Wookie provides configuration options for some of its functionality.
See error handling documentation. This allows errors Wookie encounters (in your routes or hooks) to pass unfettered to the debugger for further inspection. Great for debugging or when your app is bdeing actively developed.
nil (the safe option for production use)
When we are storing the HTTP body in the request object,
this determines the maximum data (in bytes) we can buffer before sending the
HTTP 413 error and ending the request.
1024 * 1024 * 2 (2mb)
t will abstain from sending Wookie's version number in the
on a response, otherwise if
nil will pull and send current version from the
This is a list of plugins that Wookie is allowed to load. Wookie may parse and or be aware of all plugins in your plugin directories, but will only load ones directly that are in this list. Note that if it's not in this list, but it is a dependency of a plugin that is, it will be loaded automatically by ASDF.
'(:get :post :multipart :http-var :cookie :directory-router)
This is a stupid variable that shouldn't be in Wookie's config, because it is really only used by the multipart plugin for temporarily storing file data passed via forms.
Until it is deprecated, use it to specify where your temporary uploaded files are stored (pathname).