[Rdo-list] Systemd extension for HTTPD hosted applications

Alvaro Lopez Ortega aortega at redhat.com
Tue Apr 14 13:24:00 UTC 2015

> On 14 Apr 2015, at 03:15, Matthias Runge <mrunge at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 14/04/15 08:48, Kaul, Yaniv wrote:
>> Can you compress at RPM install time?
>> Y.
> Yes, you can. But that won't take updated dependencies into account.
> Horizon uses a tonne of javascript and css stuff; if that gets updated, that should result in refreshed compressed files.

In my understanding, the most sane option is to compress it when the RPM is built — the very same thing as if you were building a binary executable. Compiling a binary on RPM install would not make sense, and neither it would be to compile it every single time it’s executed, right?

Compressed JS/CSS files are ugly.. but so they are binary files, and we have to live them too. As I see it, this is NOTABUG :)


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