IIS 5.0 supports http/1.1 compression of selected file types out of the box.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jesse [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 6:56 PM
> To: Gordon Mohr
> Cc: FoRK@xent.com
> Subject: Re: Perl "competitor" Curl raises $52M
> On Wed, Mar 14, 2001 at 10:33:34AM -0800, Gordon Mohr wrote:
> > If saving bandwidth on basic HTML pages was such a
> > big win, I'd expect high-volume website to have already
> > applied simple compression techniques on all the pages
> > they serve. (They haven't, have they?)
> netscape has supported transparent gzipping since..um, a long
> time ago.
> and I've seen sites use it.
> and take a look at the html google generates...while not
> _compressed_ it's certainly designed to be as tight as
> possible. (no CRs no extraneous space, etc...)
> > - Gordon
> jesse reed vincent -- email@example.com -- firstname.lastname@example.org
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