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From RSBX <r...@IntNet.net>
Subject Re: mod_autoindex/4256: Patch to permit HeaderName and Readme files to be server parsed.
Date Wed, 21 Apr 1999 16:50:01 GMT
The following reply was made to PR mod_autoindex/4256; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: RSBX <rsbx@IntNet.net>
To: dgaudet@apache.org
Cc: apbugs@Apache.Org
Subject: Re: mod_autoindex/4256: Patch to permit HeaderName and Readme files to be server
parsed.
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 1999 16:47:35 +0000

 The following patch changes the documentation for HeaderName and
 ReadmeName
 directive to reflect the new functionality from my previous patch.
 
 NOTE: If this fuctionality does not make it into Apache 1.3.7, this
 patch
 	will have to be changed.
 
 Raymond S Brand
 
 
 --- mod_autoindex.html.apache   Wed Apr 21 12:38:46 1999
 +++ mod_autoindex.html  Wed Apr 21 12:37:00 1999
 @@ -437,14 +437,15 @@
  The HeaderName directive sets the name of the file that will be
 inserted
  at the top of the index listing. <EM>Filename</EM> is the name of the
 file
  to include, and is taken to be relative to the directory being indexed.
 -The server first attempts to include
 <EM>filename</EM><CODE>.html</CODE>
 +<BLOCKQUOTE><STRONG>Note that in versions of Apache prior to
 1.3.7</STRONG>
 +the server first attempts to include
 <EM>filename</EM><CODE>.html</CODE>
  as an HTML document, otherwise it will include <EM>filename</EM> as
 plain
  text. Example:
  <BLOCKQUOTE><CODE>HeaderName HEADER</CODE></BLOCKQUOTE>
  when indexing the directory <CODE>/web</CODE>, the server will first
 look for
  the HTML file <CODE>/web/HEADER.html</CODE> and include it if found,
 otherwise
  it will include the plain text file <CODE>/web/HEADER</CODE>, if it
 exists.
 -
 +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  <P>See also <A HREF="#readmename">ReadmeName</A>.<P><HR>
  
  <H2><A NAME="indexignore">IndexIgnore</A></H2>
 @@ -764,14 +765,15 @@
  The ReadmeName directive sets the name of the file that will be
 appended
  to the end of the index listing. <EM>Filename</EM> is the name of the
 file
  to include, and is taken to be relative to the directory being indexed.
 -The server first attempts to include
 <EM>filename</EM><CODE>.html</CODE>
 +<BLOCKQUOTE><STRONG>Note that in versions of Apache prior to
 1.3.7</STRONG>
 +the server first attempts to include
 <EM>filename</EM><CODE>.html</CODE>
  as an HTML document, otherwise it will include <EM>filename</EM> as
 plain
  text. Example:
  <BLOCKQUOTE><CODE>ReadmeName README</CODE></BLOCKQUOTE>
  when indexing the directory <CODE>/web</CODE>, the server will first
 look for
  the HTML file <CODE>/web/README.html</CODE> and include it if found,
 otherwise
  it will include the plain text file <CODE>/web/README</CODE>, if it
 exists.
 -
 +</BLOCKQUOTE>
  <P>See also <A HREF="#headername">HeaderName</A>.<P>

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