On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 09:08:05AM +0800, Peter Farmer wrote:
> Assuming the .cgi extension has been globally mapped to the handler
> "cgi-script" (from mod_cgi) and normally the .html extension is mapped to
> the MIME-type "text/html", then the files *.cgi.html will be associated with
> both the "cgi-script" handler and "text/html" MIME-type. The handler will
> have precedence here and process the file as a cgi script ..
I don't use AddHandler very often. Didn't realize .cgi was also
> So you need to either override the handler with another handler or in this
> case I'd say you want to remove any handler association :
> RemoveHandler .cgi
> That should leave it to be handled via the default handler .
Interesting. I was using SetHandler default-handler, and then due to
the AddType text/x-server-parsed-html .html line it was sending that
content type. Would have thought that would be the same thing as
RemoveHandler. Something new to know! Thanks.
Received on Mon Feb 21 18:11:09 2005