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From Rob Hartill <>
Subject Re: local redirects
Date Fri, 03 Nov 1995 09:19:32 GMT
>   Did internal redirects from an asis file ever work? (It doesn't now.)
> No, they didn't.  (In any case, it seems a bit silly to do this...
> the same effect can be achieved by simply making a link to the target
> file).

There are good reasons for needing this. See the bug report email where
someone needs to redefine an index to be a script, without allowing
CGI outside of ScriptAliased area. He can achieve this with asis, but
it costs 1 external redirect and the URL users see is in the ScriptAlias
dir where he doesn't want it.

"asis" was originally written to behaves as if it were script output. It
no longer does.

  Welcome to the information superhighway, with its super-potholes and
 never ending but ever shifting roadworks.

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