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From "joaopaulo" <joaopa...@unimetro.com.br>
Subject Re: mod_dir/7804: filesmatch/directoryindex access
Date Mon, 03 Sep 2001 19:11:15 GMT
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Sent: Monday, September 03, 2001 4:07 PM
Subject: Re: mod_dir/7804: filesmatch/directoryindex access


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> Synopsis: filesmatch/directoryindex access
>
> State-Changed-From-To: open-closed
> State-Changed-By: wrowe
> State-Changed-When: Mon Sep  3 12:07:10 PDT 2001
> State-Changed-Why:
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> This fails for a very specific reason.  The _filename_ / wasn't permitted
before mod_dir ever had a chance to
> recover from your misconfiguration.
>
> Drop the <Files "*"> (and don't use FilesMatch anyway for
> simple wildcards, since regex processing is far more
> expensive, and * isn't a regex, while .* is).
>
> This was nothing more than a misconfiguration.
>
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> Class-Changed-From-To: sw-bug-mistaken
> Class-Changed-By: wrowe
> Class-Changed-When: Mon Sep  3 12:07:10 PDT 2001
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