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Biweekly Report (Nov.15 - Nov.30)

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From 11.15 to 11.30, 37 contributors submitted 87 commits for Apache APISIX. Thank you all for your contributions to Apache APISIX. It is your selfless contribution to make the Apache APISIX project better!


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Issue #5451


Issue description:

Nginx comes with a response content replacement library that can replace partial content:

sub_filter '<a href="'  '<a href="https://$host/';

There is a library that supports regular substitution (as I remember Openresty already supports it by default): ngx_http_substitutions_filter_module, which can replace content with regular expressions: ngx_http_substitutions_filter_module

subs_filter_types text/html text/css text/xml;
subs_filter st(\d*) $ ir;
subs_filter http://$host https://$host;

However, it seems that APISIX's response-rewrite plugin only supports full replacement, which is equivalent to directly replacing all responses with the return set by the plugin, and does not support partial content replacement:

curl  -H 'X-API-KEY: edd1c9f034335f136f87ad84b625c8f1' -X PUT -d '
"methods": ["GET"],
"uri": "/test/index.html",
"plugins": {
"response-rewrite": {
"body": "{\"code\":\"ok\",\"message\":\"new json body\"}",
"headers": {
"X-Server-id": 3,
"X-Server-status": "on",
"X-Server-balancer_addr": "$balancer_ip:$balancer_port"
[ "status","==","200" ]
"upstream": {
"type": "roundrobin",
"nodes": {
"": 1

Does this plugin support partial replacement or regular replacement? If not, is there any other solution for APISIX?

Issue #5647


Issue description:

The current documentation provides a way to install APISIX directly using RPM on CentOS7, but the current APISIX has switched its dependency to apisix-base version without providing its RPM installation method, which will cause the installation to fail.

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Is it possible to add the command for installing the RPM for apisix-base.

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