/X-allow/test.php to /X-allow/test_ro.php

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/X-allow/test.php to /X-allow/test_ro.php

Postby blu » Sun Oct 04, 2009 8:02 am

If a user from Romania visits example.com/X-allow/test.php the rewrite will redirect him to example.com/X-allow/test_ro.php.

RewriteCond %{ENV:GEOIP_COUNTRY_CODE} ^RO$
RewriteRule ^/var/www(.+)[^_ro].php$ $1_ro.php [R=301,L]


I tried this but does'n work, it redirects to tes_ro.php! I know i made a mistake somewhere, please help!
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Postby richardk » Sun Oct 04, 2009 8:52 am

The t is being matched by [^_ro]. That is not the right way to do it, the [] only matches one character and [^_ro] means not "_", "r" or "o" so it would not match tester.php fore example.

Try
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Options +FollowSymLinks

RewriteEngine On

RewriteCond %{ENV:GEOIP_COUNTRY_CODE} ^RO$
RewriteCond $1 !_ro$
RewriteRule ^/var/www(/.+)\.php$ $1_ro.php [R=301,L]
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Postby blu » Sun Oct 04, 2009 9:01 am

Thank you, very VERY much!

It works with
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RewriteCond %{ENV:GEOIP_COUNTRY_CODE} ^RO$
RewriteRule ^/var/www([^_]+)[^_ro]?\.php$ $1_ro.php [R=301,L]
but your code is by far more understable, thank you again.

L.E.: What value has $1 from
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RewriteCond $1 !_ro$
?
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Postby richardk » Sun Oct 04, 2009 10:49 am

L.E.: What value has $1 from
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RewriteCond $1 !_ro$

?

It has the same value as the $1 in the RewriteRule substitution. For /X-allow/test.php it would be "/X-allow/test".
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