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From Dylan Griffiths <Dyla...@Bigfoot.com>
Subject mod_include/4426: Mod_include is using a string literal where it shoudn't.
Date Mon, 17 May 1999 06:21:12 GMT

>Number:         4426
>Category:       mod_include
>Synopsis:       Mod_include is using a string literal where it shoudn't.
>Confidential:   no
>Severity:       non-critical
>Priority:       medium
>Responsible:    apache
>State:          open
>Class:          change-request
>Submitter-Id:   apache
>Arrival-Date:   Sun May 16 23:30:00 PDT 1999
>Originator:     Dylan_G@Bigfoot.com
>Release:        1.3.6
Linux 2.2.9 w/ GCC 2.7.2
I was frustrated because I could not get SSI to produce an output.  The solution?
<!--#echo ...
Worked fine.  However, my HTML files mostly used
<!-- #echo
Which worked with Xitami (PERLSSI) because it would parse through each comment field for the
hash and a valid SSI command.
mod_include does not do that.  Instead, it looks for the string literal <!--#

Just add any number of white spaces between !-- and the hash.
This should be changed so that any number of spaces (spaces only) may be present between !--
and #
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