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Re: New deb mother tongue (CN problem)


I'm looking at debugging the CN problem, but now I can't replicate the bug.

With a browser set to en-us only Apache is coming up with en consistently,
whether viewing in IE or Mozilla. If I set Languages to {en-us, es}, I get
es and not en, but I'm not sure that's a bug. The random language return
when a browser is set only to en-us seems to be capricious. I can't fix it
if I can't break it. Do you have any insights how to elicit the bad

What now?

----- Original Message -----
From: "Robin Rowe" <rower@MovieEditor.com>
To: "Josip Rodin" <joy@gkvk.hr>
Cc: <debian-www@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Saturday, September 07, 2002 8:50 PM
Subject: Re: New deb mother tongue - progress

> Josip,
> FYI, a quick progress report on the Apache Content-Negotiation language
> fix-up.
> I've looked at the Apache code. The relevant file is
> src/modules/standard/mod_negotiation.c. Code already exists there to try
> match on the nearest language variant when an exact match isn't found. If
> isn't working because of a code defect that would likely be near line
> It may merely be a configuration issue. Will do some debugging to find
> I anticipate having further details in a couple weeks.
> Cheers,
> Robin
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