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From Daniel Gruno <rum...@cord.dk>
Subject Re: End of life for 2.0 documentation?
Date Fri, 13 Jul 2012 14:48:57 GMT
On 07/13/2012 04:26 PM, Eric Covener wrote:
> I think some kind of hint would help, a quick google search for me
> shows DirectoryIndex has 2.0 as first result but AllowOverride has
> 2.4.
> 
> However, I think (naively) calling /current/ the canonical version may
> stretching the semantics a bit.  So maybe the former?
> 
Yeah, perhaps it's better to start out referring to the 2.2
documentation as the 'upgrade' for 2.0. I have been researching a bit on
how it's done, and it seems that the best approach would be to add the
canonical tag for each individual page, f.x. mod/core.html would then
have the following tag:
<link href="http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/core.html"
rel="canonical" />

This is an automated process, and may refer to some non-existent pages
where the 2.0 and 2.2 modules differ, but Google claims to be able to
sort this out by themselves.

> It would be cool if each page in the manual had a persistent link to
> toggle the version being displayed (where applicable!).  If only there
> was someone who wasn't afraid to generates pages of commit messages :)
That's an idea as well, and while I'm not against it in any way, I think
it may just be a whole lot of manual work if I were to add a 'version
changer' for each applicable page. But I'll think about that as well - I
have a tendency to go ahead and make crazy things like this anyway ;)

With regards,
Daniel.


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