ESP8266 part of the f105-motor-demo project (see f105-motor-demo_stm32)
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# --------------- esphttpd config options ---------------
# If GZIP_COMPRESSION is set to "yes" then the static css, js, and html files will be compressed with gzip before added to the espfs image
# and will be served with gzip Content-Encoding header.
# This could speed up the downloading of these files, but might break compatibility with older web browsers not supporting gzip encoding
# because Accept-Encoding is simply ignored. Enable this option if you have large static files to serve (for e.g. JQuery, Twitter bootstrap)
# By default only js, css and html files are compressed.
# If you have text based static files with different extensions what you want to serve compressed then you will need to add the extension to the following places:
# - Add the extension to this Makefile at the webpages.espfs target to the find command
# - Add the extension to the gzippedFileTypes array in the user/httpd.c file
# Adding JPG or PNG files (and any other compressed formats) is not recommended, because GZIP compression does not works effectively on compressed files.
#Static gzipping is disabled by default.
# If COMPRESS_W_YUI is set to "yes" then the static css and js files will be compressed with yui-compressor
# This option works only when GZIP_COMPRESSION is set to "yes"
#Disabled by default.
YUI-COMPRESSOR ?= /usr/bin/yui-compressor
#If USE_HEATSHRINK is set to "yes" then the espfs files will be compressed with Heatshrink and decompressed
#on the fly while reading the file. Because the decompression is done in the esp8266, it does not require
#any support in the browser.