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From Dean Gaudet <dgau...@arctic.org>
Subject Re: [PATCH] Reject multiple arguments to <...> block directives
Date Tue, 21 Oct 1997 00:33:42 GMT
+1 on this patch ...

But you might as well hold off on improving them to support multiple
arguments for now.  I can guess why you want it, and it is nice. 

Dean

On Sun, 19 Oct 1997, Martin Kraemer wrote:

> Some of the <...> directives allow multiple arguments, some don't. I was
> tricked into believing that <Directory> and <Files> belonged to the former
> type (but was wrong). IMO, it would be good to "make it work"
> symmetrically, i.e., all <...> directives should accept multiple arguments
> (ok, the <directory ~ path> syntax is not a goot candidate, but we have
> <DirectoryMatch> now.)
> 
> Until this has been discussed over (would it be sufficient to insert a
> do {...} while (*arg); loop into dirsection() to make it accept multiple
> paths?) the appended patch at least makes the user
> aware of an (otherwise silently ignored) argument.
> 
>     Martin
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