MojoX::Encode::Gzip - Gzip a Mojo::Message::Response
use MojoX:Encode::Gzip; # Simple MojoX::Encode::Gzip->new->maybe_gzip($tx); # With options my $gzip = MojoX::Encode::Gzip->new( min_bytes => 600, max_bytes => 600000, ); $success = $gzip->maybe_gzip($tx);
Gzip compress a Mojo::Message::Response if client supports it.
The minumum number of bytes in the body before we would try to gzip it. Trying to gzip really small messages can take extra CPU power on the server and client without saving any times. Defaults to 500.
The maximum number of bytes in the body before we give up on trying gzip it. Gzipping very large messages can delay the response and possibly exhaust system resources. Defaults to 500000.
my $success = $gzip->maybe_gzip($tx);
Given a Mojo::Transaction object, possibly gzips transforms the response by gzipping it. Returns true if we gzip it, and undef otherwise. The behavior is modified by the
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You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
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Inspired by Catalyst::Plugin::Compress::Gzip
Copyright 2008 Mark Stosberg, all rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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