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From "Jobarr" <>
Subject Re: Apache 2 directory/files
Date Tue, 11 Dec 2001 02:52:00 GMT
> Hmmm.  This could be a result of the fact that PHP is now a filter rather
> than a handler. 

But like I said, it worked with HTML files with 1.3.22, at least on my computer (I might have
changed something in the config that let it work, not sure). I don't mean that I was trying
to pass variables to the HTML files, but if you typed in
it would still show "index.html" if foo and bar didn't exist. Something would keep
cutting off parts of the URI until it found a folder or file that existed. Now with Apache2,
it just gives up if it doesn't find the last part.

I imagine if this was fixed/changed, then "/en/foo/bar" would eventually get back to my "en"
script and then it would just look at $REQUEST_URI (which would have "/en/foo/bar" in it),
like I currently do, and everything would work.


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