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The mod_rewrite module uses a rule-based rewriting engine, based on a regular-expression parser, to rewrite requested URLs on the fly. By default, mod_rewrite maps a URL to a filesystem path. However, it can also be used to redirect one URL to another URL, or to invoke an internal proxy fetch. mod_rewrite provides a flexible and powerful way to manipulate URLs using an unlimited number of rules. Each rule can have an unlimited number of attached rule conditions, to allow you to rewrite URL based on server variables, environment variables, HTTP headers, or time stamps. mod_rewrite operates on the full URL path, including the path-info section. A rewrite rule can be invoked in httpd.conf or in .htaccess. The path generated by a rewrite rule can include a query string, or can lead to internal sub-processing, external request redirection, or internal proxy throughput. Further details, discussion, and examples, are provided in the detailed mod_rewrite documentation.
|apache-mod_rewrite-2.4.2-0.1.i586.html||Provides a rule-based rewriting engine to rewrite requested URLs on the fly||Mandriva devel cooker for i586||apache-mod_rewrite-2.4.2-0.1.i586.rpm|
|apache-mod_rewrite-2.4.2-0.1.x86_64.html||Provides a rule-based rewriting engine to rewrite requested URLs on the fly||Mandriva devel cooker for x86_64||apache-mod_rewrite-2.4.2-0.1.x86_64.rpm|
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