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From Dirk-Willem van Gulik <>
Subject Re: more wacky A2 ideas
Date Tue, 05 Jan 1999 18:49:27 GMT

Ben Laurie wrote:
> Hmmm ... there is a certain appeal in doing it all in LRIs...
> URI:/x/y
> -> LRI:sandwich:/a/b/y
> -> LRI:cat:file:/a/b/header,file:/a/b/y,file:/a/b/footer
> -> concatenate (LRI:file:/a/b/header,
>                 LRI:file:/a/b/y,
>                 LRI:file:/a/b/footer)
> the last bit being what the "cat:" LRI handler does, but everything up
> to there being done by regexps (or some other mechanism)...
> Am I making _any_ sense?

Actually; yes.. we started doing things (for the log files and other
places where references are made to files, pipes, http proxies
or straight sockets) to use things like

	ErrorLog	socket://loghost:1234

And so on. And it certainly works well when you start combining
it with multiple alternatives to do fall-through or load 
sharing; it is a natural syntax.

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