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From Joshua Slive <jos...@slive.ca>
Subject Re: Multi Language Error Documents
Date Sun, 19 Aug 2001 03:26:34 GMT

On Sun, 19 Aug 2001, Lars Eilebrecht wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> as requested, I've committed my current version (with a few
> changes) of the multi language error documents to httpd-docs-2.0.
> Although I haven't yet seen the commit email. Hmm...

Looks good from here.  I haven't tested them yet, but the
concept looks right to me.


> BTW, some of the error docs are referencing "/error/...",
> so it's not easily possible to change the path.

I think we should probably change absolute references.  I don't
mind leaving them in "error", but it would be good to give
the webmaster the flexibility to move them if they wish.

> The files "/error/*.xx.html" contain the actual error texts
> and some server-side include commands (the files without any
> language extension are a symlink to the english version, they
> are served if the client has none of the available languages
> in his accept-language header; at least for Apache 1.3 this
> was kind of a 'feature').

I don't believe this will work in 2.0 since the mime handling
revamp by OtherBill.  I think it is very important that
somebody fixes this in some way, but I'm not going to do it.
The suggested solution was to add a ForceAcceptableLanguage
directive that would cause Apache to use the LanguagePriority
to decide what language to deliver if it can't find an
acceptable variant.

>
> Things to do:
>
>  - Discuss if we want to continue with the current concept
>    of the files in /error/includes?
>    IMHO the current

I think you missed a thought here.  Anyway, I am fine
with how it works at the moment.

Another entry for the todo list:

 - Add the config for this to httpd-std.conf.  I believe
   that we should enable it by default.

I'm offline tomorrow. (All day power outage in the building holding
my mail server.  Hrumph!) But I'll take a more detailed look next
week.

Joshua.


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