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From Greg Ames <>
Subject Re: Need a new feature: Listing of CGI-enabled directories.
Date Mon, 03 Jun 2002 14:30:29 GMT
"Ronald F. Guilmette" wrote:
> In message <>,
> Rasmus Lerdorf <> wrote:
> >mod_info will tell you some of this.  ie. Look for ScriptAlias lines under
> >mod_alias.c and AddHandler cgi-script lines under mod_mime.c.
> I was hoping to find a volunteer to actually hack on this for me.
> I am _not_ well versed in Apache internals myself.

ummm, I think you misunderstood.  There's no internals knowledge needed to do
this step.  mod_info displays parsed config file information, which could give
you some of what you want.  

For example, says that there no
ScriptAliases in's config file, and has an AddHandler line which says that
files named *.cgi can be cgi's.  In this case, .htaccess and symlinks are
enabled, so that information is only a starting point.


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