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Subject Re: [Bug 54319] New: ProxyPass has no effect in <Location> if rewrite occurs
Date Wed, 02 Jan 2013 12:51:21 GMT

In fact our problem is not in mod_rewrite usage but in the fact that proxypass don't work
anymore if we use it in Location section.

We have our own module that dynamically modify the incoming request that we will forward to
different backend depending on our own conditions.

To do that we modify the uri and match it with expected location section.

But this don't works anymore in 2.4..


Le 2 janv. 2013 à 11:57, "Nick Kew" <> a écrit :

> On 2 Jan 2013, at 09:19, <> <>
>> Hi all,
>> I’m not sure we are using a hack from the 2.2, the 2.2 feature is very helpful
for us and we really need to keep it that way.
> If you are using mod_rewrite then you're using a hack.  End of!
> Fifteen years ago, mod_rewrite was a fantastically versatile tool.
> People started using it as a pseudo-programming language based
> on GOTO (aka RewriteRule) and single-IF (aka RewriteCond),
> and a bunch of arcane side-effects (Flags).
> Since then, configuration has evolved, and less hackish alternatives
> exist for most mod_rewrite applications (and for simple non-hackish
> rewriting, mod_alias serves nicely).  Feature creep in
> ProxyPass(Match) is one aspect of that.
> Do you have a usage case where you can't fix it by just dropping
> mod_rewrite?
> -- 
> Nick Kew


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