On 26.04.2013 5:02, Mark A. Hershberger wrote:
On 04/25/2013 08:40 PM, Brian Wolff wrote:
I would say we shouldn't document unless we
habe a vauge idea why.
Agreed. But I was basing this on reports from people who
XAMPP, not my lame attempts. Still, I haven't tried to reproduce the
XAMPP issue, either.
For now, I suppose this is just something to make a mental note of until
the problem becomes more real.
Allow from all
httpd 2.4 uses
Require all granted
also is not supported
LogLevel warn rewrite:trace8
should be used instead.
I briefly run through the documentation and it seems that rewrite rules
and condition processing become a bit nginx-like (seems they were aware
that nginx increased it's presense).
However, I remember wikimedia was running something old like htpd 1.3
and also some local admins recommended it as fastest approach. I
personally run nginx/php-fpm, even though it's unsupported (no IE6
workaround). However I do not care about IE6.