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11:46:11  <TheThing_>I'm having a slight problem. When I use koa.body = fs.createReadStream(file); Then I can't override the response.type into (for example) 'image/png', it always defaults to application/octet-stream. This is according to docs, however I can't seem to override it and stream images directly to the browser with corrent content-type.
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11:49:33  <TheThing_>lol, never mind
11:49:52  <TheThing_>reference error caused this.type to turn into null, defaulting into octet-stream
11:49:53  <TheThing_>move along
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18:12:24  <MacWinner>hi, if I create a middlware that searches for a custom http header like X-API-key
18:12:50  <MacWinner>can I set a custom variable on the "this" object so that the header is readable everywhere
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18:24:26  <MacWinner>or i guess what's the most appropriate way to pass information from one middleware to all the others further down stream
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20:37:18  <TheThing_>Sure you can MacWinner. I'm using middleware that populates a property called this.user if user is logged in.
20:38:01  <MacWinner>cool, thanks! just wasn't sure if it was best practice
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