allow for SSI to execute files with query string-like parameters
zeus currently supports this. not sure if apache does it. i'm not sure if it's a bug or a feature.
currently it tries to process the entire string as a file. it doesn't split on "?" for the query string. while i think it's improper design, i'm sure there's some other (poorly designed) websites out there.
2007-04-21 17:55:38: (response.c.611) Path : /home/foo/web/foo.com/foobar.htm 2007-04-21 17:55:38: (mod_ssi.c.581) ssi: stating failed /home/foo/web/foo.com/ galleries/foo.php?id=1234 No such file or directory 2007-04-21 17:55:38: (response.c.622) -- subrequest finished
- Priority changed from Normal to Low
lighttpd doesnt support calling into *cgi for virtual
Changing to low priority. This would be a fair amount of effort to implement, as lighttpd 1.4.x does not currently implement full subrequests within a handler.
@mike503: if still interested in sponsoring this feature, please contact me (email on my github page)
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