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mod_domaintree

mod_domaintree is a hostname to filesystem mapper for Apache2. It maps host names like www.example.com to a filesystem tree like $prefix/com/example/www/$suffix. It can optionally strip the www prefix of host names.

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  •  07 May 2007 10:40

    Release Notes: The suexec hook and DomainTreeSuexec directory configuration directive were added. "make clean" was fixed.

    •  10 Dec 2006 12:29

      Release Notes: A possible crash in strmatch() was fixed. The DomainTreeIgnore directive was added. The DomainTreeForbid directive was added.

      •  23 Sep 2006 12:31

        Release Notes: A per-server configuration merge hook was added. PID logging was #ifdef'd out. Links were replaced with actual files in the tarball. Debug symbols are now added by default.

        •  27 Jan 2006 22:32

          Release Notes: Code cleanup. This release adds configure, a DomainTreeCache directive, and a DomainTreeStatRoot directive.

          •  19 Jun 2005 15:31

            Release Notes: DomainTreeAlias now understands 2 simple placeholders, "?" for any character and "*" for any string until next matching character.

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