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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20945] - Mod_ext_filter mangles SSI
Date Sat, 21 Jun 2003 20:27:39 GMT
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Mod_ext_filter mangles SSI

apache@neil.fraser.name changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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           Severity|Major                       |Minor



------- Additional Comments From apache@neil.fraser.name  2003-06-21 20:27 -------
> Regarding the scenario where the example "slowdown"
> filter breaks SSI: Please submit a sample configuration
> that shows this problem so we can recreate/debug.

Ok:
1. Copy and paste the 'slowdown' filter from
  http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/mod/mod_ext_filter.html
  (or any other filter, as far as I can tell)
2. Create the following SHTML file called test.shtml:
  <HTML><HEAD><TITLE>Title</TITLE></HEAD><BODY>
  <H1>Start</H1>
  <H3>[<!--#include virtual="sub"-->]</H3>
  <H1>End</H1>
  </BODY></HTML>
3. Create the following include file called sub.html:
  This is the include.

The catch (which stumped me for quite a while) is that the include statement is
looking for "sub", but the file is actually called "sub.html".  Apache fills in
the missing extention, but the presence of mod_ext_filter causes the include to
be printed before the <HTML> tag, not in the <H3>.  With the full extention
listed, the include is printed in the correct place.  This is 100% repeatable.

Downgrading this bug from 'Major' to 'Minor' now that I see that this only
affects server-side includes which have partially broken references.

> Also, was anything written to the error log at the time?

No, the error log is clean.

(I'll respond to part 2 of your comment as soon as I generate some supporting data.)

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