Jeff Dairiki wrote:
> On Sun, 11 Nov 2001 22:18:25 +0100
> "Tara Star" <tellme@...> wrote:
>>I see you (who?) did it for http://phpwiki.sourceforge.net/wiki/ - page=
>>urls look like: http://phpwiki.sourceforge.net/wiki/PageName
> Here's how it's done on the sourceforge site:
> That's it! There are many ways to get this to work. Study the comment=
> in index.php for some more hints.
> Also if you do this kind of funnyness you're much more likely to uncove=
> arcane bugs, snakes and spiders.
*arms herself with Raid(TM) for dealing with the avalanche of=20
six-to-eight-legged beings which is likely to show up*
Now, let's consider another (soon-to-be-real-life) case. The wiki files=20
are in /public_html/spirolattic/.
Let's say I create /thing/ (same level as /public_html/) and set that as=20
the root directory for the domain spirolattic.net. I create a file=20
called "wiki" as directed above, in the directory /thing/ =3D> /thing/wik=
a) is there any way I can make the script "wiki" access the WikiFiles=20
which are in /public_html/spirolattic/ (mapped as another domain name)?
b) if it was possible (I suspect it isn't, though), then I could access=20
the wiki by spirolattic.net/wiki/
=3D> b1) could I tell my server that "wiki" is the default file to look=20
for in a directory (not "index.php"), so that the "wiki/" part=20
disappears in the uri? (again, I don't think it is possible, as it isn't=20
when the default file is "index.php")
Ok, in fact I just want to be sure I'm right in thinking these things=20
As I see it (considering I don't want to move my WikiFiles), I'll have=20
to make the new domain point to a directory on the same level as the=20
current wiki directory, and then do some nasty mod_rewrite so that pages=20
can be accessed as http://spirolattic.net/RecentChanges - for example.
Does anybody see any other solutions to this?
Je r=E9ponds au mieux de mes connaissances
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