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From Jeremie Miller <>
Subject Re: votes on 1.0.2
Date Mon, 12 Feb 1996 18:52:57 GMT
Brian Behlendorf wrote:

> 95.mod_neg.useragent    -1
>   I don't understand how it works, but I know that it's not enough
>   for a real solution for the problem.  I think the solution is conditional
>   HTML using SGML marked sections, with a config file saying which entities
>   result in "true" for which regexps of user agents.  At least, that's the
>   solution I'd hold out for.

It works with the mod_negotiation type-map files...
URI: foo

URI: foo.netscape2.html
Content-type: text/html
User-Agent: Mozilla/2.0

URI: foo.txt.html
Content-type: text/html
User-Agent: Lynx

URI: foo.standard.html
Content-type: text/html; qs=0.9
by adding the "User-Agent" header.

I agree that it is not the "ideal" solution, but it is something that works and can fill
the need for this in the interim.

Jeremie Miller

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