Re: Patches to NCSA httpd email@example.com (Guenther Fischer)
Date: Fri, 4 Feb 1994 08:29:01 --100
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Guenther Fischer)
To: Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Patches to NCSA httpd 1.1
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> I got Guenther's patch, and integrated it into my changes. The
> syntax of AddHref is:
> AddHref url <list of extensions>
> I made two change to Guenther's stuff: if the AddHref clause includes
> a ? in the url, the path to the file is added; and the complete,
> unaliased pathname is used, not the path relative to DocumentRoot or
> the alias.
How exact? As /cgi-bin/unarch? its fine. ->
Do you see other things too ?
> It's running on http://aristarchus.rutgers.edu/www-icons. Let me know
> what you think. Note that I haven't changed the way Directory Index
I was looking there, but I don't understand:
How is the AddHref for .Z (is it AddHref / .Z)
> options are parsed. Also, I haven't made AddHref available from
> access.conf and .htaccess. Do you guys think we need to do that?
I don't know, but it would be fine if you have parts of the archives
where you want to interpret files with the same suffix in a different
manner. I don't see it at the moment but, if isn't a great think it
gives you more flexibility.
> I have one question: When LinkIcons is on, how do I make the
> AddHref'ed icons stand out?? Currently, the only difference is a
> rather cheezy icon I drew... :)
Perhaps I don't understand right LinkIcons - I see only the same
reference on the icon as on the filename. If it is so I could miss
this feature. I would reserve the Icon reference for a different
reference as in AddHref.
Name: Guenther Fischer / Institute: TU Chemnitz, Universitaetsrechenzentrum
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