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
Updated by gstrauss over 5 years ago
- 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)
- Status changed from New to Need Feedback
- ASK QUESTIONS IN Forums set to No
Is there any interest in using this feature, or has the world largely moved on from SSI?
It seems to me that increased processing power and machine virtualization (and isolation) are better replacements to the much more limited SSI sandbox.
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