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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8493] - mod_rewrite does not try index.html like it used to
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2003 10:41:58 GMT
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mod_rewrite does not try index.html like it used to





------- Additional Comments From nd@perlig.de  2003-02-05 10:41 -------
the fast internal redirect doesn't do a real internal redirect (which would
repeat most of the request handling for the new url) instead of only merging the
data from a previous subrequest with the current request data at the point of
calling.
mod_dir uses that for redirecting / to /index.html (or whatever).

The relation to this bug is:
in 1.3 mod_dir causes an internal redirect, which processes all the api phases
again, so mod_rewrite gets a chance to match the new stuff. In 2.0 there's no
redirect, so no chance for mod_rewrite (simple, eh? ;-)

Your rewrite problems... perhaps you should look in the bug database for similar
bugs or create a new entry?

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