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From Aaron Bannert <>
Subject Re: Odd URL (mis)behavior in 2.0
Date Fri, 17 May 2002 20:11:09 GMT
On Fri, May 17, 2002 at 04:06:54PM -0400, Dale Ghent wrote:
> I think what I'm about to describe counts as a regression in 2.0 from
> 1.3.x.
> I have a user who uses and odd URL scheme on his website. He has a PHP
> script, "/d.php" that is referenced in following manner: "/d.php/foo.html"
> where the "/foo.html" bit is passwd tothe d.v php script and the PHP
> script generates dynamic content based on that argument.
> On 1.3.x, this works fine. All the propper headers and content are
> returned by the server to the client.
> But in Apache 2.0 (running the same versoin of PHP - 4.2.1) a 404 status
> is returned and the Content-Type header has "application/x-httpd-php"
> rather than "text/html." Of course, the browser then asks whether you'd
> like to download the output or not because of the mime type.
> ISTR that there was some fix put into the tree a long time ago for CGI
> scripts that are called in this same manner, but for the life of me, I
> can't figure out why this is failing on 2.0 with a PHP script called this
> way.

Right now PATH_INFO is not automatically passed to PHP scripts in the
Apache 2.0 module for PHP. I have a patch on my plate that enables it
by default, but for now you can add "AcceptPathInfo On" to the directory
or location sections where you want it to work.


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