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#1 Jan. 5, 2011 13:50:18

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mod_rewrite and {% url ... %}


I have a working .htaccess:

RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{SCRIPT_FILENAME} !\.(gif|jpg|png|css|js|ico)$
RewriteRule (.*) /<wsgi_path>/$1

So the project that used to be athttp://www.<domain_name>/<wsgi_path>/

is apparently moved tohttp://www.<domain_name>/

which is what I intended.

However, all hyperlinks made with {% url ... %} now point tohttp://www.<domain_name>/<wsgi_path>/<and_so_on>/

I think I see why but fixing it is too subtle for me at this stage. Is this
a Django problem or a mod_rewrite problem?

On the Django wiki I found a reference to the flag. That led me to the
mod_rewrite dox and a reference to mod_alias. I tried this but it failed:

RewriteRule (.*) /<wsgi_path>/$1
Alias /<wsgi_path>/ /

Any help much appreciated. Thanks, Robin


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