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Re: serving files with no extension in their name

From: Vamsee Lakamsani <vamsee@best.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Jun 1997 11:40:50 -0700 (PDT)
Message-Id: <199706061840.LAA21600@shell2.ba.best.com>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org

I 'm new to Jigsaw. I 'd like to do something like this.
Could some one please throw more detail into the phrase
"register a *noextension* template"? I mean what do you do 
once you click on the "Configure the Server" link?
Or if you could point to a URL in the Jigsaw docs that 
explains this better that owuld be useful too.

I have been able to configure a "pass directory" after
reading the faq but I 'm still bounced by this once.

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Kevin Kluge writes:
 > 
 > Does jigsaw refuse to index/serve files that do not have some
 > extension (.txt, .html) in their names?  I have several thousand files
 > with no extension that I would like jigsaw to serve as text/plain.

This is fixed, I think (hope) the ifx is in 1.0alpha5. You can
register a "*noextension*" template that will be used to index files
with no extension. 

 > I have done the re-index operation on the directory, and those files
 > that do have extensions are correctly indexed and served.  But those
 > without extensions are ignored.  Can someone please recommend a fix?
 > Thanks.

I am pretty sure this is in 1.0alpha5
Anselm.
Received on Friday, 6 June 1997 14:40:53 GMT

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