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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject RE: ForceLanguagePriority
Date Wed, 07 Aug 2002 19:24:22 GMT

On Wed, 7 Aug 2002, Boyle Owen wrote:

> 	ForceLanguagePriority None
> is equivalent to:
> 	# ForceLanguagePriority <Anything>
> i.e. it is a way of disabling this directive.

Sounds about right.  In particular, this setting will cause a "No
Acceptable Variants" response when the Accept-Language does not match the
available languages, and a "Multiple Choices" when the Accept-Language
equally matches a set of available variants.  The other setttings of
ForceLanguagePriority turn off these responses in favour of using the
LanguagePriority directive to choose the response.

As far as comment-out versus "none", I personally think that it makes
things clearer to have a "none" option on directives.


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