Ryan Gies wrote:
> On Wed, 29 Oct 2008 15:29:18 -0400
> Michael wrote:
>
>> So what's going on here. Shouldn't the 2 requests (/foo
>> and /foo/index.pl) be treated exactly the same?

>
> /foo is much different than /foo/index.pl because /foo is handled by
> mod_dir (http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/mod_dir.html).


Ok then let's talk about "/foo/" and "/foo/index.pl" so that we're not talking about the redirect.

> return Apache2::Const::OK unless $r->is_initial_req;


I'm now have the following for debugging:
warn "URI: " . $r->uri . " STATUS: " . $r->status
. " main: " . $r->is_main . " initial: " . $r->is_initial_req . "\n";

When run for /foo/index I get:
URI: /foo/index.pl STATUS: 500 main: 1 initial: 1
When run for /foo/ I get:
URI: /foo/ STATUS: 200 main: 1 initial: 1

So they both show up as initial requests and the main request. Plus if it was subrequests that were
the problem I would have expected to see more than debug statement in the log since the cleanup
handler was getting more than once, right?

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Michael Peters
Plus Three, LP