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Re: anybody know apache? (dir structure of docs)

From: Bertalan Fodor
Subject: Re: anybody know apache? (dir structure of docs)
Date: 12 Nov 2009 22:37:44 +0100

Yes, mod_rewrite can do that. I can look up how tomorrow, as i have this on my 

 ---- Original message ---- 
From: Graham Percival <address@hidden>
Sent: 12 Nov 2009 12:47 -08:00
To:  <address@hidden>
Cc: Lily devel <address@hidden>, Jan Nieuwenhuizen <address@hidden>
Subject: anybody know apache? (dir structure of docs)

Anybody want to save me a half an hour of maintenance, and a few
hours of sanity?  Look this up.
(alternately, if you already know apache, just answer the question)

On Mon, Nov 09, 2009 at 12:31:31PM -0200, Han-Wen Nienhuys wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 9:54 AM, Jan Nieuwenhuizen <address@hidden> wrote:
> > The technical reasons for using web/ and doc/v2.xx are:
> >  - easier rsyncing, moving, verifying
> >  - clean namespace -- currently we have quite some other
> >    things at the root.  it's easy to get collisions, we
> >    need to really think this through very well before
> >    going forward with this
> Can't we have the directory structure internally with /web/ ,
> /download/ what have you, and use some serverside URL rewriting to
> make translate
>  /foo/
> into
>  /web/foo/
> ? Does apache have mechanisms for rewriting the serving path without
> rewriting the URL that appears in browser window?

I would like this.  I'd like that a lot.  We could keep the
simpler build structure, but still have simpler urls.

- Graham

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