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From Marc Slemko <>
Subject Ack! SCRIPT_URI went away in 1.3b6! (fwd)
Date Wed, 22 Apr 1998 04:25:37 GMT
What is the deal here?  SCRIPT_URI is just a mod_rewrite thing.  

Wsa it previously visible to other things and now isn't because of some
change?  Should it be visible?

If this should be set, it should not be set in mod_rewrite but where
everything else is.

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>Subject: Ack! SCRIPT_URI went away in 1.3b6!
>Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 20:18:42 -0700
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    Hey! What happened to SCRIPT_URI?

    Apache 1.3b5 (and before) passed the SCRIPT_URI variable as either
the full protocol-server-path URL of the script itself, or in the case
of an SSI, of the page in which the script is included.

    It seems to be gone from 1.3b6. What happened? And if it's gone for
good, what variable offers the same function?

    Thanks... I was sort of depending on SCRIPT_URI for a lot of my
scripts... :)


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