How to convert apache to nginx rewrite?
jim at ohlste.in
Mon Nov 1 19:18:35 MSK 2010
On 11/1/10 11:27 AM, Peter Portante wrote:
> I agree. Listening in on this mailing list, I constantly hear of requests to
> convert an apache setup to nginx.
> Having a tool to capture 80% of the easy Apache configs might be really
> helpful for folks. I realize this is a hard problem, so this is not said
> Perhaps a future Google Summer of Code project?
95% or more are so simple that it would be a waste of time and effort.
Top posting because that's where the insertion point is, is like
shitting in your pants because that's where your asshole is.
> On 11/1/10 10:48 AM, "bvidinli"<bvidinli at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think,
>> apache rewrite module is used heavily in many php based websites,
>> nginx developers should make it easy to convert apache rewrite rules
>> so that people can swtich to nginx more easily.
It is easy most of the time. Igor writes nginx for his employer and it
is released to the public through their kindness. He and Maxim and the
other more expert users and those knowledgeable with the code post to
this list in their free time and provide that support for free.
Generally if one asks a reasonable question and shows that they have
made efforts at searching for a solution, someone will be more than
happy to help. Being lazy and posting a list of 50-100 rewrites, most of
which are straightforward, is likely to be ignored.
> Because it breaks the logical flow of conversation, plus makes
>>> Top-Posting is evil.
>> On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 2:06 PM, Edho P Arief<edhoprima at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 6:44 PM, dong<nginx-forum at nginx.us> wrote:
>>>> Anybody can help? Please...
>>> maybe you can try helping yourself by reading these...
>>> as your particular problem is not too interesting and requires
>>> extensive testing from your web application itself.
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