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Subject cvs commit: apache-1.3/htdocs/manual/mod mod_mime.html
Date Thu, 29 Apr 1999 19:55:56 GMT
coar        99/04/29 12:55:55

  Modified:    htdocs/manual/mod mod_mime.html
  	Point out that for multiple AddLanguage directives with the
  	same extension, the last one encountered dominates.  This is
  	true of lots of directives, but this is the one on which we
  	got a PR..
  PR:	3570
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.32      +25 -8     apache-1.3/htdocs/manual/mod/mod_mime.html
  Index: mod_mime.html
  RCS file: /home/cvs/apache-1.3/htdocs/manual/mod/mod_mime.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.31
  retrieving revision 1.32
  diff -u -r1.31 -r1.32
  --- mod_mime.html	1999/01/08 23:13:29	1.31
  +++ mod_mime.html	1999/04/29 19:55:53	1.32
  @@ -226,34 +226,51 @@
  -><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_mime<P>
  +><STRONG>Module:</STRONG></A> mod_mime
   The AddLanguage directive maps the given filename extensions to the
   specified content language. <EM>MIME-lang</EM> is the MIME language of
   filenames containing <EM>extension</EM>.  This mapping is added to any
   already in force, overriding any mappings that already exist for the
   same <EM>extension</EM>.
   Example: <BLOCKQUOTE><CODE>
   AddEncoding x-compress Z<BR> AddLanguage en .en<BR> AddLanguage fr
   Then the document <CODE>xxxx.en.Z</CODE> will be treated as being a
   compressed English document (as will the document
   <CODE>xxxx.Z.en</CODE>). Although the content language is reported to
   the client, the browser is unlikely to use this information. The
  -AddLanguage directive is more useful for <A
  -HREF="../content-negotiation.html">content negotiation</A>, where
  +AddLanguage directive is more useful for
  +<A HREF="../content-negotiation.html">content negotiation</A>, where
   the server returns one from several documents based on the client's
  -language preference.<P>
  +language preference.
  +If multiple language assignments are made for the same extension,
  +the last one encountered is the one that is used.  That is, for the
  +case of:
  +    AddLanguage en .en
  +    AddLanguage en-uk .en
  +    AddLanguage en-us .en
  +documents with the extension "<CODE>.en</CODE>" would be treated as
  +being "<CODE>en-us</CODE>".
   <STRONG>See also</STRONG>: <A HREF="#multipleext">Files with
   multiple extensions</A>
   <STRONG>See also</STRONG>: <A

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