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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20946] - mod_ext_filter vs mod_include
Date Sat, 21 Jun 2003 21:20:48 GMT
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mod_ext_filter vs mod_include





------- Additional Comments From apache@neil.fraser.name  2003-06-21 21:20 -------
> AddOutputFilter INCLUDES;DEFLATE html
> is different from
> AddOutputFilter DEFLATE;INCLUDES html
>
> Please check to see if that works for you.

Yup, I worked at this several days ago, but wasn't able to keep them from
stepping on each other's feet or dropping stuff.

The server-wide config has these lines:
  AddType text/html .shtml
  AddOutputFilter INCLUDES .shtml
And my virtual host config has these lines:
  ExtFilterDefine htmlparser mode=output cmd=/bin/cat intype=text/html
  SetOutputFilter htmlparser

Any thoughts on how to get them both active, in the right order (SSI first,
filter second), and processing the correct files (SSI takes shtml, filter takes
html and shtml)?  The above config gets it all correct except for the order. 
And there's no obvious way to swap them.

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