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From "David U." <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: Problem with FilesMatch and the [^] regex.
Date Mon, 28 Oct 2002 05:28:19 GMT
Andrew Kenna wrote:
> Yep, you would need to have a separate <directory> directive,
> reversing the rule from the parent directory.

That's what I'm asking, how do I say "do the normal apache thing here" in a
directory.  I can't just set it to text/html or image/jpeg since it could be
any kind of image or whatever...see what I'm saying?

Can I make a Directory directive non recursive?

But I'd still like an answer to my original question if anyone knows one...


> -----Original Message-----
> From: David U. []
> Sent: Monday, 28 October 2002 3:20 PM
> To:
> Subject: [users@httpd] Problem with FilesMatch and the [^] regex.
> Hi,
> I am trying to setup a VirtualHost and inside I have a FilesMatch
> directive. I was trying to say: "Parse everything as php that does
> not have a "." in it." (it a .jpg, .gif, .css, etc) -- all the "code"
> files do not have extensions. so I made:
>   <FilesMatch "[^.]">
>      ForceType application/x-httpd-php
>   </FilesMatch>
> But that did not seem to do it.  (images were still parsed).
> Any idea of how this is supposed to work?
> Also, if I instead used a Directory directive, is there a way to
> declare a sub directory as "normal" and not to use the rule from an
> above directory to recurse into it? (did that make sense?)
> Thanks,
> David U.

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