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RE: ra_dav compression question

From: Chris Hecker <checker_at_d6.com>
Date: 2003-06-24 03:57:44 CEST

>The one who added the input filtering was Justin. For full history, see:
> http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs/httpd-2.0/modules/experimental/mod_deflate.c
>Specifically look at r1.10 where it was introduced.

Hah, that's ironic. Okay, so based on that, I'm assuming Justin meant "you
can't negotiate it, so you just do it when you know the server supports it"
and "you know" because we've set some bidirectional compression flag in the
svn config to tell neon to compress on output (with the code I'll
write). Or something like that.

Unfortunately, to do this right on the svn side means either having
"http-compression=yes" always mean bidi (which is bad because some people
might not SetInputFilter), or splitting it to "http-request-compression"
and "http-response-compression", or having more than "yes/no", so you'd
have "http-compression=yes|no|request|response".


PS. The 1.10 rev you're referring to is in the filters directory, not
experimental (as in your url). You actually checked in 1.10 in the
experimental directory, which confused me for a minute. :)


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Received on Tue Jun 24 04:11:54 2003

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