|cnfServerSoftware :: !ByteString||A string which will be sent to clients as "Server" field.
|cnfServerHost :: !ByteString||The host name of the server. This value will be used in
built-in pages like "404 Not Found".
|cnfServerPort :: !PortID||A port ID to listen to HTTP clients.
|cnfMaxPipelineDepth :: !Int||The maximum number of requests to accept in one connection
simultaneously. If a client exceeds this limitation, its last
request won't be processed until a response for its earliest
pending request is sent back to the client.
|cnfMaxEntityLength :: !Int||The maximum length of request entity to accept in bytes. Note
that this is nothing but the default value which is used when
Network.HTTP.Lucu.Resource.input and such like are applied to
Network.HTTP.Lucu.Resource.defaultLimit, so there is no
guarantee that this value always constrains all the requests.
|cnfMaxOutputChunkLength :: !Int||The maximum length of chunk to output. This value is used by
Network.HTTP.Lucu.Resource.output and such like to limit the
chunk length so you can safely output an infinite string (like
a lazy stream of /dev/random) using those actions.
|cnfDumpTooLateAbortionToStderr :: !Bool||Whether to dump too late abortion to the stderr or not. See
|cnfExtToMIMEType :: !ExtMap|
A mapping from extension to MIME Type. This value is used by
Network.HTTP.Lucu.StaticFile.staticFile to guess the MIME
Type of static files. Note that MIME Types are currently
guessed only by file name.
Guessing by file magic is indeed a wonderful idea but that is
not implemented (yet). But, don't you think it's better a file
system got a MIME Type as a part of inode? Or it might be a
good idea to use GnomeVFS
instead of vanilla FS.