Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 7 Feb 20:40 2008

Re: Does cherokee caches GZIP?

On 7 Feb 2008, at 18:14, Stefan de Konink wrote:

> Quick question. Does cherokee in its current implementation caches the
> GZIP encoder output? So for a zillion requests it only does one gzip  
> action?

Cherokee 0.6-pre doesn't support it. However, we have implemented  
generic caches for 0.7.  We will integrate it right after we release  
0.6 (within a few days).

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Stefan de Konink | 7 Feb 20:44 2008
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Re: Does cherokee caches GZIP?


Alvaro Lopez Ortega schreef:
> On 7 Feb 2008, at 18:14, Stefan de Konink wrote:
> 
>> Quick question. Does cherokee in its current implementation caches the
>> GZIP encoder output? So for a zillion requests it only does one gzip
>> action?
> 
> Cherokee 0.6-pre doesn't support it. However, we have implemented
> generic caches for 0.7.  We will integrate it right after we release 0.6
> (within a few days).

Thanks Alvaro! :) I hope the 0.7 has more features that are on the
'todo' list :) Currently I'm quite happy with the Expires method :)

Stefan
Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 7 Feb 20:50 2008

Re: Does cherokee caches GZIP?

On 7 Feb 2008, at 20:44, Stefan de Konink wrote:
> Alvaro Lopez Ortega schreef:
>> On 7 Feb 2008, at 18:14, Stefan de Konink wrote:
>>
>>> Quick question. Does cherokee in its current implementation caches  
>>> the
>>> GZIP encoder output? So for a zillion requests it only does one gzip
>>> action?
>>
>> Cherokee 0.6-pre doesn't support it. However, we have implemented
>> generic caches for 0.7.  We will integrate it right after we  
>> release 0.6
>> (within a few days).
>
> Thanks Alvaro! :) I hope the 0.7 has more features that are on the
> 'todo' list :) Currently I'm quite happy with the Expires method :)

As usually, we are open to all kind of suggestions. If anybody has a  
proposal do not hesitate to send it to the mailing list or fill a bug  
(RFE)! :-)

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Stefan de Konink | 7 Feb 20:56 2008
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Re: Does cherokee caches GZIP?


Alvaro Lopez Ortega schreef:
> As usually, we are open to all kind of suggestions. If anybody has a
> proposal do not hesitate to send it to the mailing list or fill a bug
> (RFE)! :-)

As mentioned before you could make me very happy with relative path
based UserAuth. Think that is the only 'flaw' I have in my tiny
webinterface.

Maybe I'll take a look myself into a fast 'xslt' encoder. But currently
I think optimizing libxml2 is a better time investment for everybody.

Stefan
Stefan de Konink | 8 Feb 13:13 2008
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Re: Does cherokee caches GZIP?

On Fri, 8 Feb 2008, Alvaro Lopez Ortega wrote:

> On 7 Feb 2008, at 20:56, Stefan de Konink wrote:
> > Alvaro Lopez Ortega schreef:
> >> As usually, we are open to all kind of suggestions. If anybody has a
> >> proposal do not hesitate to send it to the mailing list or fill a bug
> >> (RFE)! :-)
> >
> > As mentioned before you could make me very happy with relative path
> > based UserAuth. Think that is the only 'flaw' I have in my tiny
> > webinterface.
> >
> > Maybe I'll take a look myself into a fast 'xslt' encoder. But
> > currently
> > I think optimizing libxml2 is a better time investment for everybody.
>
> What about expat? I though about using it for the WebDAV handler.

Interesting idea yes.

Stefan
Taher Shihadeh | 8 Feb 17:09 2008

JavaScript Frameworks for cherokee-admin?

Hi.
I'm currently reviewing several JavaScript frameworks that could be used to spice a bit the interface of
upcoming versions of cherokee-admin
So far I'm checking:

Prototype
http://www.prototypejs.org/
    * MIT License

jQuery
http://jquery.com/
    * MIT License
    * GPL License 

MooTools
http://mootools.net/
    * MIT License

YUI
http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/
    * BSD License

Dojo
http://dojotoolkit.org
    * BSD License

There's a lot of information on the net, but mostly every review I see is totally partial and determined by
particular tastes. 
In the end, the best one will be the one that gets the job done and that makes everyone feel more comformable
(which, of course, is an impossible goal) ;)
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Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 8 Feb 19:37 2008

Re: [cherokee-dev] JavaScript Frameworks for cherokee-admin?

On 8 Feb 2008, at 17:09, Taher Shihadeh wrote:

> So the quesion would be: Any particular tastes, recomendations or  
> ideas to consider?
> Does anybody recommend other frameworks/toolkits/libraries/whatever,  
> and if so, why?

I have to admit that I have absolutely no idea about this kind of  
frameworks. However, the two that sound best to me are JQuery and YUI;  
I could not explain why though.

Cherokee-admin is almost done now, so it is time to start thinking  
about making it look good. As Jonathan said a few days ago: "Alvaro,  
dude.. it works alright, but it looks so nineties!". :-)

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Re: JavaScript Frameworks for cherokee-admin?

i prefer jquery (experience and taste ;)

El vie, 08-02-2008 a las 17:09 +0100, Taher Shihadeh escribió:
> Hi.
> I'm currently reviewing several JavaScript frameworks that could be used to spice a bit the interface of
upcoming versions of cherokee-admin
> So far I'm checking:
> 
> Prototype
> http://www.prototypejs.org/
>     * MIT License
> 
> jQuery
> http://jquery.com/
>     * MIT License
>     * GPL License 
> 
> MooTools
> http://mootools.net/
>     * MIT License
> 
> YUI
> http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/
>     * BSD License
> 
> Dojo
> http://dojotoolkit.org
>     * BSD License
> 
> There's a lot of information on the net, but mostly every review I see is totally partial and determined by
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Taher Shihadeh | 11 Feb 14:31 2008

Re: JavaScript Frameworks for cherokee-admin?

Hi.
Jonathan (ion) is doing a great job with the UI and has already started using jquery, so the matter seems to be settled.
Hopefully the new release of Cherokee will be out really soon :)

11 Feb 2008, josé Alberto Suárez López wrote:
> i prefer jquery (experience and taste ;)
> 
> El vie, 08-02-2008 a las 17:09 +0100, Taher Shihadeh escribió:
> > Hi.
> > I'm currently reviewing several JavaScript frameworks that could be used to spice a bit the interface of
upcoming versions of cherokee-admin
> > So far I'm checking:
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Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 11 Feb 15:57 2008
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Re: JavaScript Frameworks for cherokee-admin?

On 11 Feb 2008, at 14:31, Taher Shihadeh wrote:
> 11 Feb 2008, josé Alberto Suárez López wrote:
>> i prefer jquery (experience and taste ;)
>>
>> El vie, 08-02-2008 a las 17:09 +0100, Taher Shihadeh escribió:
>>> Hi.
>>> I'm currently reviewing several JavaScript frameworks that could  
>>> be used to spice a bit the interface of upcoming versions of  
>>> cherokee-admin
>>> So far I'm checking:
> Jonathan (ion) is doing a great job with the UI and has already  
> started using jquery, so the matter seems to be settled.
> Hopefully the new release of Cherokee will be out really soon :)

So, now the new question is: which JQuery modules - if any - are we  
going to use?

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