The parent directory regex was not strict enough. Added unit test.
So the browser requests images in the page relative to the folder, not the root
through the 'preprocess' hook. See the test for details, I'll document this when I'm happy it's stable
Premature closing of response was causing corruption transferring photos over slow connections
It's causing a lot of errors on closing the fd, even after I started checking the fd before destroying it. I suppose it's the underlying stream implementation trying to destroy() a stream twice. net:231 close(fd); ^ Error: EBADF, Bad file descriptor at closeFD (net:231:3) at Stream.destroy (net:999:17) at Stream.<anonymous> (http:731:12) at Stream.emit (events:42:20) at Timer.callback (net:151:19) at node.js:221:9 Will have to look at the Stream source code to see if I can find the problem. Till then, the file descriptors are automatically closed when the readStream reaches the end, so antinode shouldn't leak file descriptors.
- We moved to sendfile before node.JS had binary buffers. A read write loop is a lot faster now than back when node was converting everything to UTF-8 strings. Sendfile isn't needed. Sendfile(2) was causing all sorts of hassles - Connections would timeout, then sendfile would try and send out a null file descriptor - Sendfile(2) has crap error messages for when the shit hits the fan. 'bad argument'