|Summary:||mod_rewrite does not remove trailing slash when asked, says "IGNORING REWRITE"|
|Product:||Apache httpd-2||Reporter:||godmar <godmar>|
|Component:||mod_rewrite||Assignee:||Apache HTTPD Bugs Mailing List <bugs>|
Description godmar 2012-06-25 04:26:51 UTC
I would like to use mod_rewrite to remove trailing slashes for certain locations. For instance if a user accesses /firstname.lastname@example.org/test/ then I would like to serve the content of file /email@example.com/test (if it exists). Legimitate request? I'm using this rule: RewriteRule ^(.*@.*/.+)/$ $1 in an attempt to strip the trailing slash. mod_rewrite says in its log: applying pattern '^(.*@.*/.+)/$' to uri 'firstname.lastname@example.org/test/' rewrite 'email@example.com/test/' -> 'firstname.lastname@example.org/test' initial URL equal rewritten URL: /email@example.com/test [IGNORING REWRITE] No! The initial URL was firstname.lastname@example.org/test/ and it's NOT equal to the rewritten URL. Interestingly, if I use a redirect, as in RewriteRule ^(.*@.*/.+)/$ $1 [R] it works, but of course is very inefficient (and does not work with clients that don't automatically follow redirects!) I think this should work, hence file this as a bug. Thanks.
Comment 1 William A. Rowe Jr. 2018-11-07 21:08:15 UTC
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