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#7 fixed Add a class to do http request laurentj
Description

We should add a class to do http request, which will be usefull for others ticket. Perhaps integrate http://scripts.incutio.com/httpclient/ ?

#1411 fixed Add a config option to force HTTP version laurentj bricet
Description

In some cases, it would be convenient to be able to specify HTTP version in answers.

In my case, this is usefull when using Nginx as a reverse proxy (see http://wiki.nginx.org/HttpProxyModule) : when not forcing to HTTP 1.0, this can lead to troubles when having nginx + gzipping on large pages.

Here is a patch to do that.

#607 wontfix Add a datetime stamp to the archive of jelix snapshots maurice
Description

As "jelix-1.1a1pre-dev.tar.gz" keep the same name while changing everu day, I think the name should contain the "datetime" information (in the archive name and in the directory name)

this would make easier to compare (and keep trace of) several instable versions of jelix (or its documentation?)

Here is a part of a Makefile I use in every directory I like to frequently erchive:

#
# Archivage du répertoire courant dans le répertoire parent
# 
arc:    tgz
arC:    tbz

# Compression avec gzip
tgz:
	# $(MAKE) clean
	date=`date +%Y%m%d-%Hh%Mmn`  			&& \
	lpath=`pwd`				&& \
	bname=`basename $$lpath`		     	&& \
	datename=$$bname-$$date				&& \
	cd ..				&& \
	cp -pR $$bname $$datename 				&& \
	tar cf - $$datename | gzip > $$datename.tgz	&& \
	\rm -rf $$datename
	
# Compression avec bzip2
tbz:
	# $(MAKE) clean
	date=`date +%Y%m%d-%Hh%Mmn` 				&& \
	lpath=`pwd`				&& \
	bname=`basename $$lpath`				&& \
	datename=$$bname-$$date				&& \
	cd ..				&& \
	cp -pR $$bname $$datename 				&& \
	tar cf - $$datename | bzip2 > $$datename.tbz	&& \
	\rm -rf $$datename
	
# Compression avec zip
zip:
	# $(MAKE) clean
	date=`date +%Y%m%d-%Hh%Mmn` 				&& \
	lpath=`pwd`				&& \
	bname=`basename $$lpath`				&& \
	datename=$$bname-$$date				&& \
	cd ..				&& \
	cp -pR $$bname $$datename 				&& \
	zip -r -y -o -q -9  $$datename.zip $$datename	&& \
	\rm -rf $$datename

Maurice

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