cwenham at synesmedia.com
Fri Apr 9 12:00:15 EDT 2004
On Friday 09 April 2004 10:33, mccul2 at mccullough-net.com wrote:
> Is that still being used/supported?
> What does that do exactly, is it like rewrite mod for apache to take the
> cgi- bin out?
mod_interchange is still supported, but it still only works in Apache 1.3, no
port to Apache 2 yet.
It replaces the linker script ("store.cgi" or /cgi-bin/store) to eliminate
the overhead of invoking the script each time there's a page request. A
desirable side-effect is the simplification of the URL. The latest version of
mod_interchange can let you serve interchange from the root
(http://www.example.com/ instead of http://www.example.com/store)
Chris Wenham - Synesmedia, Inc.
516-620-4110 / 1-888-255-7573
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