[Seaside] Does Seaside allow me to have Apache serve the various
renggli at gmail.com
Mon Apr 13 06:33:32 UTC 2009
> I was just wondering since Seaside currently uses many of these that are
> embedded within
> the image
Many of these files are used for the development tools, you don't need
those for a deployed application.
> -- if I wanted to have Seaside serve those files up, is there
> anything that needs
> to be done on the Seaside end or is it just an issue of having Apache
> intercept things first
> and the Seaside stuff just hangs around but doesn't get used?
Yeah, that's common practice. Search for "Apache" in the mailing list
archive to see examples on how this is done.
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