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From "Matthew M. Boedicker" <mboed...@mboedick.org>
Subject [users@httpd] AliasMatch regular expression grouping
Date Mon, 07 Nov 2005 16:20:03 GMT
The documentation for AliasMatch refers to "standard regular expressions"
but is there any reference for exactly what syntax is allowed in AliasMatch
directives?

Is there a non-grouping version of parentheses, where the contents are
not saved for later substitutions? Like (?:) in the Python re module.

Is there any way to specify an optional group by following it with a
question mark such as:

AliasMatch "^/a/b/(c/)?d" /x/y/z

Thanks,
-- 
Matthew M. Boedicker http://mboedick.org

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