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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10932] - Allow Negative regex in LocationMatch
Date Thu, 18 Jul 2002 23:31:26 GMT
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Allow Negative regex in LocationMatch





------- Additional Comments From belg4mit@mit.edu  2002-07-18 23:31 -------
It's possible support for such does not exist,
I found examples of it out there on the web
though. However "regexp" is a nebulous term,
and I was unable to find anything specific in
the documentation concerning exactly what
regexp syntax was supported... (although
from looking at the source tree it seems pcre
is used, in which case it seems negation would
be extraordinarily easy)

The rewriterule while one means of a workaround,
does not emulate the desired behavior. I am
trying to proxypass from somehost such that
the content appears to come from this host.
(I'm actually proxying an apache 1.3 server
bound to 127.0.0.1).

I did think of workaround, which I have not
tests, that is more of a hack and hideous.

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