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[FIXED] Current problems with ModEnc
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As most of you may have noticed, ModEnc currently seems to have some problems ending in "infinite loop" error messages.
I have traced this down to a bug in the rewrite-engine, probably introduced by a PHP-upgrade by the host.


ModEnc is still fully functional, just not as automagically as usual.

URLs like
http://www.modenc.renegadeprojects.com/index.php/Weird_Bug do not work, while URLs like
http://www.modenc.renegadeprojects.com/index.php?title=Weird_Bug do work.

We're trying to get rid of this problem asap.

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24.02.2006 17:40:07
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Problem solved.

Cause: 'Pretty' URLs ("## If using PHP as a CGI module, use the ugly URLs" - According to the documentation, they are incompatible with running PHP as CGI module, which is exactly what the host is doing. Eww. )
Solution: .htaccess voodoo (now it transparently overwrites all 'pretty' URLs with 'ugly' ones). You can now use both 'pretty' and 'ugly' URLs properly.

I believe this gets around the CGI mess, but if you still experience errors, reply here and I will try to resolve it in a different way.

Note:

'Pretty' URL : http://www.modenc.renegadeprojects.com/i.../Weird_Bug
'Ugly' URL: http://www.modenc.renegadeprojects.com/ind...title=Weird_Bug

24.02.2006 20:03:25
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