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From Thomas Eibner <tho...@stderr.net>
Subject Re: Rewriting incoming & outgoing headers
Date Fri, 19 Jul 2002 11:50:47 GMT
On Fri, Jul 19, 2002 at 07:56:58AM +0200, josv@osp.nl wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> First of all, here is the Required Disclaimer: "Hi everybody, I am 
> insane and new to the list. I am also emotionally very vulnerable and 
> can not handle rejection very well..." :-)
> 
> Ok, now this is out of the way, I would greatly value your thoughts and 
> opinions about the following:
> 
> Due to an "interesting" (which in this case is political correctese
> for "stupid") networking situation at a customer I am experiencing
> various problems with incoming and outgoing HTTP headers. There are so
> many forward and reverse proxies all over the place that all sorts
> of stuff is going wrong.
> 
> Therefore, I am in dire need of an HTTP header rewriting capability
> that can add, delete *and* rewrite HTTP headers just after coming into
> the server and just before going out to the browser.

for 1.3 at least:

1) post read request phase
2) fixup phase

And why can't you do that with a simple custom written module?

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