Re^2: fixhrefgz - tool for converting anchors to gzipped files
Am 28.06.97 schrieb clameter # waterf.org ...
CL> It will still serve the .html file (now uncompressed) containing .html.gz
CL> links which are not understood by web-servers outside of the Debian realm.
Maybe we could use the following:
1.) Change the links inside the documents to .html.gz (offline) to
allow browsing the documents without a WWW server.
2.) Tell the WWW servers to uncompress .html.gz files on-the-fly
if the browser request .html.gz files. The server delivers
the uncompress file with MIME type text/html with the filename
req. foo.html.gz ->
<- please req. foo.html
req. foo.html ->
<- uncompress foo.html.gz
on-the-fly, send it
I think this should be possible using the apache's Redirect feature.
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