Budd, S. (email@example.com)
Tue, 23 Feb 1999 10:36:36 -0000
from a dig of our site it seems apache can either produce
but always the ?D=A form
so to excude pages identical in information
but different is "page appearance ( and MD5 ) " one should exclude
/?N=A /?N=D /?M=A /?M=D /?S=A and /?S=D
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gilles Detillieux [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: 22 February 1999 16:18
> To: email@example.com
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [htdig] indexes of directories
> According to Geoff Hutchison:
> > >Question: how did ht://dig recognize this apache feature and how can
> > >I disable it in ht://dig (I'd like just a "GET /documentation/vp/")?
> > If you look at the source of the directory, you'll see that the column
> > names are links to the sorting options. But as you notice, the URLs are
> > distinct, so ht://Dig treats them as different files.
> > Personally, I include '?' in my exclude_urls attribute, which prevents
> > ht://Dig from following these links. Since I don't index any CGIs, this
> > works for me.
> And if you do want to index CGIs, but want to exclude only the Apache
> directory sort options, you could add this to exclude_urls:
> /?N=D /?M=A /?S=A /?D=A
> This should catch all of the sort options, without interfering with
> (most) CGI script query strings.
> > Out of curiousity, where would you put this in the documentation?
> You could use this as an example in attrs.html#exclude_urls (or wherever
> it will wind up after the reorganization). Include the words Apache
> directory sort options in the description, so it can be found with a
> search. A "preemptive" entry in the FAQ may be a good idea too! (This
> likely will become a FAQ soon anyway, I suspect.)
> Anywhere else?
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