----- "Andrew Findlay" <andrew.findlay(a)skills-1st.co.uk> wrote:
On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 03:57:35PM +0000, Gavin Henry wrote:
> > > unique_uri "<[strict ][ignore ]URI[URI...]...>"
> > Well, the <> clearly indicates it's a single argument. Maybe an
> > example, or a remark, would help not overlooking it.
> That's fine then. I just misread that syntax. Leave as is.
Hmm - I think the syntax is sufficiently unusual that an example and
note would save a lot of confusion.
Well < > are used all over the docs, I just didn't pick up on it.
I am also wondering what happens when the URI itself would need
quoting when used alone - e.g. a URI with spaces in it. Do we need
to put quoted quotes inside the overall quotes, or is the one set
Probably the same as any URI config line, until end of line?
It would also be worth adding a note about *when* the unique_uri
syntax became available (2.4.x). This sort of thing is useful when
doing upgrades and also as a reminder when dealing with configs
for older versions.
I'm pretty sure it's been in 2.4 all along. It appeared "Tue Apr 10 00:38:54
and 2.4 was out officially on 2007/10/31. So no worries there.
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