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From Anastasios Angelidis <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Reverse Proxy, Spelling And Rewrite.
Date Mon, 18 Apr 2005 14:32:44 GMT
I see...

Well am also testing Pound and Pound takes care of these issues... Thing 
is... Pound is not as proven as Apache or is it? :D

Case insensitive URLs, trailing slashes and what not...

As for ProxyPassReverse doen't matter if it's case sensitive or not. The 
bigest problem is when someone types in the URL.

Which brings me to rewrite, I went through the rewrite guide, which 
shows most use cases like the trailing slash problem. But i ran into 
some issues...

When I have some time I will post my config for that...


Joshua Slive wrote:

>On 4/18/05, Anastasios Angelidis <> wrote:
>>Now I would like to add spell checking to make my url's caseinsensitive.
>>So I did...
>><VirtualHost *:80>
>>    CheckSplling on
>>    ProxyRequests off
>>    <Proxy *>
>>       Order deny,allow
>>       Allow from all
>>    </Proxy>
>>    ProxyPass /somewhere/
>>    ProxyPassReverse /somewhere/
>>But it doesn't seem to work...
>And it won't.  mod_spelling only corrects filesystem access.  What you
>want isn't even theoretically possible, since the reverse proxy
>doesn't have any idea about the correct case of the URLs.
>So what exactly are you trying to do?  If you just want to make
>/somewhere/ case insensitive, then you can use RewriteRule with the P
>and NC flags (although the ProxyPassReverse part would still be case
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