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From "Daniel Aleksandersen" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Comma and semicolon parameters for content negotiation
Date Tue, 08 Apr 2008 14:05:10 GMT

Inspired by and I want to use
commas and semicolons for content negotiation with mod_negotiatate.

mod_negotiate only support file extension based negotiation. Meaning it only understands to
negotiate between [../resource.en.utf-8.html] and [../] when
requesting [../resource].

Ideally, what I envission is something like this: [../resource,en] that would be mapped to

More details on a permanent fix for this:

Anyhow, I want to use this today. So how can I start using comma separated options in URIs
today when mod_negotiate only supports dot separated options/extensions? Some clever rewrite?
Daniel Aleksandersen

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