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From johnd <>
Subject Re: virtual vs exec
Date Tue, 04 Dec 2001 16:20:27 GMT
On Tue, Dec 04, 2001 at 06:43:51AM -0500, Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:
> So just add 'AddHandler server-parsed .html' to your httpd.conf
> to parse all your files, and don't bother with the x-bit.  The
> x-bit hack is just that, and it only works on Unixish systems.
> When creating/editing files, permissions are not one of the
> things commonly remembered, and they're just one more thing
> to check when debugging, so use the config files so it'll work
> regardless (unless the perms are *completely* screwed up and the
> file is unreadable -- in which case the error_log will say so).
> -- 

I know this only works on unix like system...that is not a problem.

So you'd say (like you just did...) to basically parse all html?

makes sense, being that, now that I think about it, most all of our html uses
includes.  It just seems like it would not be the best in all cases.


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