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Re: erlang-questions Digest, Vol 362, Issue 5

Onorio Catenacci
Any idea if there are plans for adding http/2 support to was, and if so an approximate timeline? Thanks.


1.) I know you didn't ask about it but Cowboy does support http/2.

2.) Seeing there's an open ticket on the YAWS git hub that's been there since 2015 (https://github.com/klacke/yaws/issues/228) I'd guess they won't be supporting http/2 any time soon.   Maybe you want to comment on the ticket or, better yet, volunteer to help if you want the feature in YAWS.

 
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Re: erlang-questions Digest, Vol 362, Issue 5

Steve Vinoski-2
We just haven't seen enough interest yet in http/2 in Yaws to justify the effort to add it.

(Not to mention Klacke was on a year-long round-the-world excursion last year, so we were one committer down, but he's returned now, so Yaws dev is back to full strength.)

And as Onorio suggested, contributions are welcomed.

--steve

On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 7:56 AM, Onorio Catenacci <[hidden email]> wrote:
Any idea if there are plans for adding http/2 support to was, and if so an approximate timeline? Thanks.


1.) I know you didn't ask about it but Cowboy does support http/2.

2.) Seeing there's an open ticket on the YAWS git hub that's been there since 2015 (https://github.com/klacke/yaws/issues/228) I'd guess they won't be supporting http/2 any time soon.   Maybe you want to comment on the ticket or, better yet, volunteer to help if you want the feature in YAWS.

 
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