emmiller at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 21:55:46 MSK 2008
Ever get annoyed at all those extra spaces in your web site's HTML? Do
you fantasize about one day reaping all those tabs and newlines that do
nothing but cost you bandwidth?
Fantasize no longer! I've written a quick hack for Nginx that strips out
superfluous whitespace from HTML documents, both static and proxied.
It's fast. It's memory-efficient. It's available here:
Think of it as a poor man's Gzip (though it can be used in conjunction
Disclaimer: while mod_strip works for me, the module could horribly
mangle mal-formed HTML. This will be corrected in a future version...
but I thought I'd go ahead and throw this code out there for the
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