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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 42120] - Apache authentication doesn't properly handle parameters in URL matching
Date Sat, 14 Apr 2007 06:23:40 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From dopey@moonteeth.com  2007-04-13 23:23 -------
No, however, considering that the <Location> directive documentation notes that
it's a URL or URL-path, it implies that the URL RFC would be followed in order
to match a URL.  If the URL RFC states that the path element parameter is not
significant to parsing the reference, then it seems that <Location> should
handle this properly.

I'm looking into using LocationMatch with a sane regex expression.  However, it
just seems that this behavior is something a standard <Location> tag should be
able to handle.

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