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From BAO RuiXian <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] cgi
Date Sun, 06 Jun 2004 13:19:48 GMT

Robert Andersson wrote:

>>I understand from the docs that the above is only true when there is no
>>proper setting for the subkey /Shell/ExecCGI/Command, as I originally
>But you generally won't assign a "safe" interpreter for all types of files

Of course not.

>in the subkey. That subkey (ExecCGI) is thus only useful when using
>Registry-Strict or you want eg. one Perl version when executing from the

It is also useful with 'Registry'.

>In closing, using 'ScriptInterpreterSource Registry' together with
>ScriptAlias is a *bad* idea. If you must use ScriptAlias, use
>'Registry-Strict' and manually setup registry items under

If "manually setup registry items under \Shell\ExecCGI\Command", using 
'Registry-Strict' or 'Registry' have same effect.



>Robert Andersson

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