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Subject AW: [users@httpd] Troubles w/mod_rewrite
Date Thu, 19 Jan 2006 23:38:45 GMT
use a RewriteCond before your line
and change the [R] into [R,L] 


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Von: im Auftrag von Joshua Slive
Gesendet: Fr 20.01.2006 00:29
Betreff: Re: [users@httpd] Troubles w/mod_rewrite
On 1/19/06, Jason Williard <> wrote:
> You were right... As soon as I removed the leading slash, the problem was
> solved.  But now I have another issue...
> While I want this rewrite to occur, I also want everything else to redirect
> to a default URL.  To do this, I added the following:
> RewriteRule     ^([0-9]{5})   http://.../$1 [R]
> RewriteRule     ^(.*)         http://.../DEFAULT [R]
> The first of these rules intended to rewrite only if a 5 number zip exists.
> The second to redirect everything else.  Unfortunately, that much of a
> wildcard also seems to grap 5-digit zips as well.  I'm sure this is simply a
> regex thing, which I'm not that great at.  How would I get it to redirect
> everything except for the 5-digit zip?

The easy way would simply be to add the "L" flag to the first
RewriteRule (use [R,L]).  This should stop processing at that point
for matching requests.  Otherwise, you can add something like this
before the second RewriteRule:
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/[0-9]{5}$


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