On Wednesday, 8 December 2021 12:40:55 MSK Alejandro Colomar (man-pages) wrote: [..]
I'll ask some other doubts that I have about that file:
- What does ctx mean?
context... in this case it's a static file serving context, that contains realtime data needed to pass across static file serving functions for a particular request.
- What's the difference between conf and ctx?
conf is configuration data that is initilized when user uploads a new configuration; it contains configuration parameters.
ctx is initilized when a new request is handled; it contains realtime data needed to serve this request.
Obviously, if you remove it, you even won't be able to compile the code.
Yes. However, I had a previous compile error from a clean checkout, so I didn't even bother compiling my modified version yet.
I reported it to the wrong list too :/ Now I resent it to the correct list, and also to you. Could you have a look at that?
I'll try to reproduce on Debian Sid VM and come back to you with a solution, or with a question if I won't be able to reproduce.
wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev