[typo] overriding Typo's .htaccess

Ernie Oporto ernieoporto at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 20:02:03 EST 2007


Note the line about the secretcode in the querystring.  The pepper keeps
that secretcode when it requests it from the server, so it passes through
without looping.

The top level .htaccess does not in fact catch this for Typo URLs.  It does
catch it for other feeds I have in the .htaccess


On 1/3/07, Kevin Ballard <kevin at sb.org> wrote:
>
> I'm not terribly familiar with apache and mod_rewrite, I would *assume*
> putting the rewrite in the .htaccess in the root would take precedence over
> the one in typo/public.
>
> That said, the rewrite here puzzles me. Wouldn't Pepper have to fetch the
> real feed.xml using that URL, which would then, uh, be rewritten to Pepper
> itself? In other words, wouldn't this cause a loop?
>
> On Jan 3, 2007, at 4:01 PM, Ernie Oporto wrote:
>
> An explanation is in order.  This is for a new Pepper in Mint.
> In effect, I am redirecting to a PHP script that is taking care of
> tracking IP address and clicks for subscribers.
> This works for other feeds, but Typo has its own tree under all this which
> seems to be interfering.
> It requires something like the following in .htaccess in the root of the
> directory.
>
> RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/blog/xml/rss20/feed.xml
> RewriteCond %{QUERY_STRING} !secretcode=a8e618
> RewriteRule ^blog/xml/rss20/feed.xml
> /mint/pepper/hansvankilsdonk/feedback/tracker.php?secretcode=a8e618&FB_feed=
> http://www.shokk.com/blog/xml/rss20/feed.xml [R=301,NC,L]
>
>
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Ernie
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