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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 9587] - Wrong icon with FancyIndexing
Date Fri, 07 Jun 2002 03:28:24 GMT
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Wrong icon with FancyIndexing





------- Additional Comments From wrowe@apache.org  2002-06-07 03:28 -------

  An extra stat()?  (and in the wrong place, at that.)  ICK.

  The essentials are that we already stat()ed this somewhere 
  in the way-back machine, and then ran it through to discover
  that it is really something else [e.g. requesting /foo/ will
  return an html document ... index.html in that directory.]
  That means it is -more- than just another folder.

  The correct fix is probably deeper in the code.  I expect we
  will need to determine the stat() just a little bit earlier.
  If I can prove the stat() always occurs, and that dir_walk
  and file_walk will just borrow the pre-existing stat, then
  noone should shoot us for requesting more detailed information
  from apr_dir_read().

  In any case, this should NOT BE OCCURING on Win32 unless some
  patch to dir_walk, autoindex, or sub_req_lookup_dirent has it
  borked.  Win32 apr_dir_read() already returns much more fileinfo
  than most Unix platforms.

  I will look at it, though I can't promise a fix in the 2.0.37
  timeframe.  Certainly by 2.0.38.

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