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Re: Displaying .java files in browser

From: anton <anton_at_nezzwerk.com>
Date: 2004-03-05 16:59:20 CET

>>>>For convenience, I'd like my developers to see .java files from
>>>>within the
>>>>browser (MSIE). I edited the httpd.conf and mime.types files on
>>>>2.0.48 (Solaris), and did apachectl graceful. I tried mudging the
>>>>MSIE settings. Still, when I click on a .java file it tries to
>>>>download the blasted thing instead of just showing the code in the
>>>>browser window like I
>>>>want it to.
>>>>Maybe the setting is somewhere in the subversion server? Can anyone
>>>>point me
>>>>in the right direction?

most likely, it's IE. by default svn+apache serves files as plaintext,
unless you set the svn property that will make apache serve certain
files with certain mime-type headers (see svn book for more details).
try using a real browser to verify that it is indeed IE.


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Received on Fri Mar 5 17:00:08 2004

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