Redirect on $args based on multiple params?

Phillip B Oldham phill at
Thu Mar 26 11:35:04 MSK 2009

Maxim Dounin wrote:
> In 0.7.8+ you may use $arg_* variables for this, e.g.
>     location /myscript.php {
>         rewrite ^ /script/a/$arg_a/b/$arg_b/z/$arg_z? permanent;
>     }
Ah, perfect!
> Note that this isn't exactly the same thing as the original one 
> since it doesn't actually test presence of the arguments.
I'd still be able to wrap that rewrite in an if though, to test whether 
any of the params are there, wouldn't I?


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