enable module for specific site
wandenberg at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 14:42:38 UTC 2016
No, is the same way.
You may create a custom directive to set if you module is activated or not
on the location.
And check this flag as the first action of your module.
What I mean is, all requests will reach your module, but only the ones
target to the location where it is "on" will handle the request, the other
on will suffer a bypass on your module.
Take a look on ngx_http_gzip_filter_module.c as a very good example ;)
On Tue, Jun 21, 2016 at 11:06 AM, Justin Kennedy <justin at justinkennedy.ca>
> HI Wandenberg, Our module is a request filter. Do we have to do anything
> special with this type of module to make it configurable per server /
> location ? I come from the Apache world, and there we would have to make a
> custom directive, then the module would have to react to that accordingly.
> Is it different for nginx?
> Thank you
> On 20 June 2016 at 11:43, Justin Kennedy <justin at justinkennedy.ca> wrote:
>> I'll try to simply the question: Can a module be enabled only for
>> specific server blocks?
>> I.e. If a module is "included" in server block B then it will not
>> interfere with requests on server block A (or any other).
>> Please advice, thank you!
>> On 8 June 2016 at 14:32, Justin Kennedy <justin at justinkennedy.ca> wrote:
>>> I am developing an nginx module and one of the requirements is to enable
>>> the module only for specific sites or virtual hosts (using a directive I
>>> would suppose).
>>> Is this possible with nginx?
>>> Thank you,
>> Justin Kennedy
>> Software Developer
> Justin Kennedy
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