Discussion in 'Ruby/Rails' started by palb, Sep 17, 2007.
Yes. That's the latest one.
You can add the "gzip" compression request header to test the compressed version as well.
How do I do that? With curl?
curl -H "Accept-Encoding: gzip" ...
That gave me a lot of funny characters
That's because the file is gzipped.
Save the response body as a file then "gunzip <file>", check the result see if the file the latest version.
Learning new things every day Thanks.
No, it's the old stylesheet. So what does that mean? Do you need compression? Can you turn it off? I guess when we get a lot of traffic it could be good, but maybe not now (we're putting up a beta of an app that is not yet "that open" for the public).
Yes, you can turn it off from "Server"->"Tuning" tab.
Which LSWS release are you using?
Is there any ".lsz" file under the the directory holding the css file?
Maybe the new css file's modified time has not been updated? Need to find a better way to detect file changes other than the modified time.
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