If you can't use mod_rewrite, you could mess around with the adapter you
are using, and put a .lower() in somewhere (REQUEST_URI/PATH_INFO, I
A more clever solution would involve playing around with
Application.serverSidePathForRequest() -- but I doubt you'd want to do
On Fri, 2002-02-22 at 15:52, Luke Opperman wrote:
> Sorry, let me clarify: this is on IIS, i suppose I can use
> my mod_rewrite-like tool, but this is still leading to
> problems where i match the site/context (case-insensitive),
> but the problems occur in subdirectories, since python
> won't import the directories/modules.
> I suppose the real mod_rewrite has functionality to force
> the whole thing to lowercase or something... oh well. i was
> hoping for a within-webware solution, but that's probably
> just selfish. :)
> --- Luke Opperman <luko@...> wrote:
> > Is there any easy workaround to allow URLs to be
> > case-insensitive? Most of the staff here has gotten lazy
> > from Windows and IIS :) and won't accept that
> > case-sensitive urls are a good thing...
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