[nycphp-talk] Cool new feature on php.net
chun_lam at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 4 22:01:26 EST 2003
Can you describe this process in detail?
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> Hey! This strikes me as a really great way to mix dynamic content with
> static. The way php.net enables this feature is to use an Apache
> directive to invoke a script if the requested page isn't found:
> ># Handle errors with local error handler script
> > ErrorDocument 401 /error/index.php
> But another way to look at this is just the opposite: for most requests,
> I want the script to generate a page dynamically based on the request.
> But every now and then (a cache for popular pages, say, or an override)
> a page will actually exist at the requested URI, which will then be
> Off to experiment I go!
Yep, you can do the same thing with a mod_rewrite handler btw (it will
give you more control at the sake of portability.)
> Adam Fields wrote:
> >On Mon, Mar 03, 2003 at 01:56:54PM -0500, Adam Fields wrote:
> >>Cool, yes. Not new - they've been doing this for quite some time now.
> >Oh, also - more details (including instructions on how to set up
> >similar things for your own Apache server) are here:
> If US military spending was cut by 1/6th, we could spend $100 billion on
the arts, with change.
> Imagine: culture instead of killing.
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