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EPrints::Apache::Rewrite - rewrite cosmetic URLs to internally useful ones.
This rewrites the URL Apache receives based on certain things, such as the current language.
Expands /archive/00000123/* to /archive/00/00/01/23/* and so forth.
This should only ever be called from within the mod_perl system.
This also causes some pages to be regenerated on demand, if they are stale.
$rc = EPrints::Apache::Rewrite::handler( $r )
Handler for managing an EPrints rewrite request $r.
$rc = EPrints::Apache::Rewrite::redir_permanent( $r, $url )
Redirect permanently (301 Moved Permanently) request $r to URL specified by $url.
$rc = EPrints::Apache::Rewrite::redir( $r, $url )
Redirect temporarily (302 Found) request $r to URL specified by $url.
$rc = EPrints::Apache::Rewrite::redir_see_other( $r, $url )
Redirect the request $r to another resource (303 See Other) specified by the URL in $url.
$rc = EPrints::Apache::Rewrite::content_negotiate_best_plugin( $repository, %o )
Determine the best content type to provide based on the options provided by %o.
Returns a string containing the best content type (e.g. text/html).
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