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Re: Dynamic content and the order of httpd2 module processing

From: Justin Clift <justin_at_postgresql.org>
Date: 2002-09-05 09:26:58 CEST

Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
<snip>
> / would serve with all filters enabled (so mod_include or
> mod_php could be served) and /repos would not have filters
> enabled.
>
> HTH. -- justin

Wow, that'd be awesome.

I'd been considering running the "user visible" (PHP enabled) content on
port 80, and having the same repository mounted on port 81 but with .php
remapped to a non dynamic mime type (text/plain or text/html) for remote
authoring.

Having both types able to be done on one port would probably also make
this kind of remote editing more acceptable for corporate firewalls too,
with only one port needing opening up instead of multiple ports.

:-)

Regards and best wishes,

Justin Clift
 
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