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Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Thu Jul 9 16:48:30 CEST 2015

In message <CAL6a+5iEu96C8s5248uKCDwJFtDvKwJSzyG7M3kM59J7CMJd4Q at mail.gmail.com>
, Arianna Aondio writes:
>>>Now, I think having function 1 as part of std_vmod is a good idea,
>>I don't think this belongs in std_vmod, it is a well defined
>>specialised type of functionality and that naturally belongs in
>>its own vmod I think.
>With "own vmod" do you mean a vmod that can be part of the main
>distribution or a vmod that doesn't live in Varnish at all?

A vmod separate from vmod_std.

And it can be part of the varnish dist if we decide it is
sufficiently popular/useful/quality etc. etc.

>>If somebody feels adventurous it could be a candidate for
>>vmod implemented VDP-based synthetic object generator.
>I'm sorry,but I don't really understand this statement.
>I don't get how involving VDP could simplify or improve such a vmod.

I didn't say it would simplify or improve the vmod.

The main benefit would be that you wouldn't have to
buffer the output, but could produce it incrementally.

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