[Ironruby-core] Playing around with www.ironruby.net

C.J. Adams-Collier cjac at colliertech.org
Sun May 18 13:44:28 EDT 2008


Heh, you'll need some help from the web server, not just the DNS
registrar.  This is how I once told Apache to redirect all HTTP URIs to
HTTPS:


        RedirectMatch permanent (.*) https://mail.colliertech.org$1


So you may want to do something like this:


  RedirectMatch permanent https?://ironruby.net(.*) http://www.ironruby.net$1

If they're both on the same web server, you can do something like this:

        ServerName www.ironruby.net
        ServerAlias ironruby.net


This all assumes you're using apache with mod_alias, of course :)  I'm
sure there's something quite similar for IIS, though.

Cheers,

C.J.


On Thu, 2008-05-08 at 14:59 -0700, Jimmy Schementi wrote:
> I’m trying to make http://ironruby.net take you to the same page as
> http://www.ironruby.net, but in the meantime both might be broken. If
> so, just go to http://ironruby.rubyforge.org. 
> 
>  
> 
> PS. Anyone know how to do this on GoDaddy? Extremely confusing!
> 
>  
> 
> ~js
> 
> 
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