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From Jerry Baker <>
Subject Re: HTTP 403 served as text/plain
Date Fri, 19 Jul 2002 05:31:41 GMT
Greg Ames says:

>Jerry Baker wrote:
>> Using the current CVS, Apache 2.0.40-dev is sending HTTP 403 messages as
>> text/plain.
>> When I set up a deny from [my ip], I get a plain text message that looks
>> like this:
>> <html><head>
>> <title>403 Forbidden</title>
>yeah, we have hacks on top of hacks in ap_send_error_response and functions it
>calls, resulting in content-type being set in the wrong request_req sometimes
>when we put out canned error messages.  I tried cleaning up some of the hacks a
>while back, but it was more complex than I thought.  I suppose we could just
>focus on getting the content-type and other related fields set in the correct
>request_req and make it look prettier at the browser.
Incidentally, it was fixed at some point after this email, and before 07-16.

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