careygister at outlook.com
Tue Jun 11 17:56:11 UTC 2019
Thanks for your reply.
I tried with and without quotes. The same result. My module is inserted in front of the copy filter module. I am writing a drop in replacement for the slice module. I want my module to be in front of the stream module.
I build without specifying --with-http_slice_module.
Here is my config file:
I've tried both HTTP_AUX_FILTER and HTTP_FILTER as ngx_module_type.
From: nginx-devel <nginx-devel-bounces at nginx.org> on behalf of Maxim Dounin <mdounin at mdounin.ru>
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2019 05:55
To: nginx-devel at nginx.org
Subject: Re: ngx_module_order directive
On Sat, Jun 08, 2019 at 12:44:29AM +0000, Carey Gister wrote:
> I'm writing a new module and I want to place in a specific order in the module list as defined in ngx_modules.c.
> If my module name is x_module and I want it to run after ngx_http_slice_filter_module I tried:
> ngx_module_order=x_module ngx_http_slice_filter_module
> and I am informed during configuration that 'ngx_http_slice_filter_module does not exist.
> What is the correct syntax for this directive?
The config file is a shell script, and expected to follow POSIX
shell syntax. That is, to define a variable with a space in it
you have to use double quotes:
Note well that it is generally a bad idea to explicitly define
module order unless you know what are you doing and why.
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