Christopher H. Laco
claco at chrislaco.com
Sun Jan 29 18:47:31 CET 2006
Andy Grundman wrote:
> Christopher H. Laco wrote:
>> Just for the sake of asking, isn't everything in the root/static folder
>> served statically even if it's not static content?
> Nope, root/static is not special unless you configure it that way. Only
> files with extensions are served as static files.
Right, which I think is the stem of the confusion somewhat. Outside of
static, I'd expect things to play the mime game. Inside of static, I
expect everything to be....static.
Adding html to the list of static files is a win/lose proposition. Some
like it. Some don't.
If anything, I think the static directory should be just that: 100% of
the things found in it should be served directly san processing.
Maybe that's just me.
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