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mrclay committed Apr 3, 2017
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(Using 2.x? [Here are the 2.x docs](https://github.com/mrclay/minify/tree/2.x/docs).)

See the [user guide](https://github.com/mrclay/minify/blob/master/docs/UserGuide.wiki.md).
See the [user guide](docs/UserGuide.wiki.md).

Minify also comes with a [URI Builder application](https://github.com/mrclay/minify/blob/master/docs/BuilderApp.wiki.md) that can help you write URLs
Minify also comes with a [URI Builder application](docs/BuilderApp.wiki.md) that can help you write URLs
for use with Minify or configure groups of files.

See the [cookbook](https://github.com/mrclay/minify/blob/master/docs/CookBook.wiki.md) for more advanced options for minification.
See the [cookbook](docs/CookBook.wiki.md) for more advanced options for minification.

More [docs are available](https://github.com/mrclay/minify/tree/master/docs).
More [docs are available](docs).

## Unit Testing

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## Warnings

* Minify is designed for efficiency, but, for very high traffic sites, it will probably serve files slower than your HTTPd due to the CGI overhead of PHP. See the [FAQ](https://github.com/mrclay/minify/blob/master/docs/FAQ.wiki.md#how-fast-is-it) and [CookBook](https://github.com/mrclay/minify/blob/master/docs/CookBook.wiki.md) for more info.
* Minify is designed for efficiency, but, for very high traffic sites, it will probably serve files slower than your HTTPd due to the CGI overhead of PHP. See the [FAQ](docs/FAQ.wiki.md#how-fast-is-it) and [CookBook](docs/CookBook.wiki.md) for more info.
* If you combine a lot of CSS, watch out for [IE's 4096 selectors-per-file limit](http://stackoverflow.com/a/9906889/3779), affects IE 6 through 9.
* Minify *should* work fine with files encoded in UTF-8 or other 8-bit encodings like ISO 8859/Windows-1252. By default Minify appends ";charset=utf-8" to the Content-Type headers it sends.

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## Closure Compiler API Wrapper

An [experimental wrapper for Google's closure compiler API](https://github.com/mrclay/minify/blob/master/min/lib/Minify/JS/ClosureCompiler.php) is available for compressing Javascript. If the API fails for any reason, JSMin is used as the default backup minifier.
An [experimental wrapper for Google's closure compiler API](../lib/Minify/JS/ClosureCompiler.php) is available for compressing Javascript. If the API fails for any reason, JSMin is used as the default backup minifier.
```php
$min_serveOptions['minifiers'][Minify::TYPE_JS] = array('Minify_JS_ClosureCompiler', 'minify');
```
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## How fast is it?

If you [serve static files](https://github.com/mrclay/minify/blob/master/static/README.md), it's as fast as your web server, and you should do this for high-traffic sites.
If you [serve static files](../static/README.md), it's as fast as your web server, and you should do this for high-traffic sites.

The PHP-based server is not as fast, but still performs well thanks to an internal cache. Tips:

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