On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 9:44 AM, eric wrote:
> Any news here? Although, I'm not sure the way you were going six months ago will really help what's missing...
> I'm porting a web service application to nginx-lua, and my service must accept the inbound request args however they might come -- whether uri parameters or body parameters, it doesn't matter -- and it also must not matter whether the request is so large that it was put to disk. (And it will be, sometimes, necessarily).
> I'd really hate to have to re-invent the wheel with a new parsing function to do the same thing just because the request is on disk instead of in memory.
How about making ngx.req.get_post_args() return a Lua table holding
all the parameters in memory for those on-disk request bodies?