[erlang-questions] Misultin 0.9 with "binary mode" enabled

Zabrane Mickael zabrane3@REDACTED
Mon Mar 19 15:14:55 CET 2012

Hi Roberto,

I'd like to you Misutlin 0.9 (from github) with "binary mode" enabled (http://erlang.org/pipermail/erlang-questions/2011-May/059048.html).
How should I do? Any option for that?


On Jan 29, 2012, at 10:06 PM, Roberto Ostinelli wrote:

> Dear all,
> Misultin 0.9 is out. Changelog is:
> added SESSIONS state, persistent across requests
> added access log callback function, so that main application can log HTTP access
> added streaming input for big files or endless input, using a manual body_recv function in conjunction with the {auto_recv_body, false} option
> added static directory support, so that GET requests to /static/* can automatically send files from a specified directory (thanks to egobrain suggestion)
> added request redirection helper method
> consistently improved memory usage by not copying by default to handler processes the full request or websocket record
> added configuration option to set which websocket versions must be supported by the server
> added support for websocket draft-hybi-10
> added support for websocket draft-hybi-17 (thanks to RJ)
> added support for websockets on FireFox (thanks to Egobrain)
> added support for 'If-Modified-Since' headers in file sending (thanks to davidgaleano)
> added support for websockets when behind stunnel with {external_ssl, boolean()} option (thanks to RJ)
> added support to see the correct client IP when behind stunnel, according to http://haproxy.1wt.eu/download/1.5/doc/proxy-protocol.txt (thanks to RJ)
> added support for OPTIONS method (thanks to majek)
> rebar-ized makefile
> corrected minor bugs (thank you all - you know who you are!)
> Link to repo: https://bit.ly/misultin09
> Thank you,
> r.
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