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Re: f.r.c organization



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Paul W. Frields wrote:

>2. I'm not an Apache expert, but I'm pretty sure there is functionality
>for redirecting client requests based on the browser's reported language
>settings. In other words, if a client asks for "index.html," and it
>reports language "en," the server can deliver "index.en.html," or some
>such. Same for "ru," "ko," etc. We should try to take advantage of
>this with our current directory build names of "document-name-en,"
>"document-name-ru," etc., and not separate this off into a folder
>hierarchy of its own.

The following link provides the documentation relating to specific
client browser locale:

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/content-negotiation.html

The syntax is different from the above example, because it utilizes
extensions rather than base filename alteration.

i.e.
index.html.en, index.html.ru or index.en.html, index.ru.html

But with only a inclusion of a type map and some apache directives in
the appropriate files; this should be feasible.
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