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From Digispec <and...@digispec.com>
Subject Re: config/2162: Some directives use trailing "/", others do not.
Date Fri, 01 May 1998 05:17:12 GMT
At 05:05 AM 5/1/98 -0000, you wrote:
>Synopsis: Some directives use trailing "/", others do not.
>State-Changed-From-To: open-analyzed
>State-Changed-By: marc
>State-Changed-When: Thu Apr 30 22:05:55 PDT 1998
>I'm sorry, I don't understand exactly what you are trying
>to get at.
>Please give exact examples of where a trailing '/' is needed
>and you think it shouldn't be or where it isn't needed
>and you think it should be.
>If you should use a trailing '/' or not depends on exactly
>what you need things to apply to.
>This really is more suited to asking on Usenet to clear up
>your confusion rather than submitting a bug report for
>something that you may not understand properly...

With 1.3b3, a trailing "/" was normally required in
the <directory ..path..> directive, but with 1.3b6
I had to remove them to make the path valid for Apache.

I suggested requiring the trailing forward slash in
all directives for unity throughout all configurations,
when refering to either a URL or a local path.

I hope I have made more sense... Sorry for any confusion.
Ive been using Apache since the 1.3b3 release and have
become fairly proficient with the config of it. Thats why
I made the PR when I found a discrepancy from one ver
to another.  I do in fact understand where and when the
trailing "/" was needed, just the rules changed on me.  :)


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