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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 43372] - Document multiple extension behavior explicitly for each directive
Date Fri, 14 Sep 2007 01:47:13 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From sean@awesomeplay.com  2007-09-13 18:47 -------
What then is the correct way to ensure that only files with a particular final
extension are handled by certain handler?

The multiple-extension documentation states what happens with multiple
extensions, but doesn't really say how to fix such setups.  Even in a
non-security situation, things like phpDocumentor generate files with names like
foo.php.html that are always getting passed to mod_php on this vendor's config.
 I'd like to pass on to them the correct information for fixing the problem if
AddType is not right.

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