NGINX CSS optimizer module?
casey.jordan at jorsek.com
Fri Jan 13 22:20:34 UTC 2012
Thanks for the suggestion and we do already do this for a good deal of our
The CSS I am talking about though is more dynamic, and is actually part of
publishing pipelines that users of our software configure and use when the
server is running. Users will be uploading new CSS, making changes etc, all
in real time to influence published outputs of their content.
So it's not ideal to compile this on deployment, which is a main reason I
need a more dynamic solution.
On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 4:54 PM, James Cloos <cloos at jhcloos.com> wrote:
> >>>>> "CJ" == Casey Jordan <casey.jordan at jorsek.com> writes:
> CJ> Ideally, on production server it would cache the result and serve
> CJ> that on all following requests.
> CJ> However, on development servers we would need to disable caching of
> CJ> the files so that we could see our changes take effect in real time.
> A better alternative may be to manage them just like any software
> package. Write a Makefile so that >make< links the various src css
> files into a single file, and >make install< installs that into the
> served directory.
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