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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21727] - Redirect directive doesn't work if content negotiation involved (MultiViews RedirectMatch)
Date Mon, 25 Dec 2006 11:22:29 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From nick@webthing.com  2006-12-25 03:22 -------
This is a matter of precedence.  When a Redirect is set server-wide in httpd.conf, it'll work
as you want it 
to.  But in .htaccess, it runs *after* mod_negotiation.  So it's already remapped to /test.html
before 
applying your Redirect, and the Redirect doesn't match.

If we change that, it'll have side-effects on people who may rely on this behaviour.

Workaround: use a RedirectMatch that matches negotiated variants.  Or, better, Don't Do That.

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