[mod_python] Sugestion about publisher

Rich Salz rsalz at caveosystems.com
Fri Jan 5 11:02:35 EST 2001

I can see the convenience of adding 'index.html' (hee hee :) to the
end of nothing else is there.  Or rather, I can see how it is nice
to mimic other behavior.  But the current hack is wrong.

In apache, if you ask for 'foo' and foo is a directory, the server
sends back a redirect, telling you to go for 'foo/' and then it does
the auto-indexing.

It *might* be worthwhile letting the user emulate that.

But I agree, do not include the current patch and do not modify

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