I’m proud to announce the release of Nginx Upload Progress module v0.7
This version sees a crash fix and various new features implemented by Valery Kholodkov (the author of the famous Nginx Upload Module).
This version has been tested with Nginx 0.7.64.
- fixed segfault when uploads are aborted (thanks to Markus Doppelbauer for his bug report)
- session ID header name is now configurable (thanks to Valery Kholodkov)
- Added directive to format output as pure json (thanks to Valery Kholodkov)
- Added directive to format output with configurable template (thanks to Valery Kholodkov)
- Added directive to set a probe response content-type (thanks to Valery Kholodkov)
- Added upload status variables (needs a status patch) (thanks to Valery Kholodkov)
What’s now cool!
Another cool feature is the possibility to use templates to send progress information. That means with a simple configuration change nginx can now return XML:
upload_progress_content_type 'text/xml'; upload_progress_template starting '<upload><state>starting</state></upload>'; upload_progress_template uploading '<upload><state>uploading</state><size>$uploadprogress_length</size><uploaded>$uploadprogress_received</uploaded></upload>'; upload_progress_template done '<upload><state>done</state></upload>'; upload_progress_template error '<upload><state>error</state></upload>``$uploadprogress_status``';
Refer to the README in the distribution for more information.
How do you get it?
Easy, download the tarball from the nginx upload progress module github repository download section.
How can I use it?
Normally you have to use your own client code to display the progress bar and contact nginx to get the progress information.