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From Martin Kraemer <Martin.Krae...@mch.sni.de>
Subject Re: Proposal: <!--#if operator change
Date Fri, 06 Dec 1996 13:57:17 GMT
Martin Kraemer wrote...

> I could not test how the BrowserMatch interacts with the #if statements
> and how it is supposed to work at all because any BrowserMatch statement
> (including the one from the conf/httpd.conf-dist) result in a error
> message "Browser regex could not be compiled."

This seems to an incompatibility of this (supposedly posix) SINIX system.
When I define WANTHSREGEX=yes in Configuration, I can use the better
BrowserMatch logic. And in this case, I can reduce the (otherwise necessary)
pattern match to a static comparison like
>     <!--#if expr="$tables = 1" -->
> 	<TABLE>
> 	...
though I'd still prefer
>     <!--#if expr="$tables == 1" -->

    Martin
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