jorton at redhat.com
Tue Jul 16 13:45:08 UTC 2013
On Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 09:32:12AM -0700, T.C. Hollingsworth wrote:
I strongly agree with Remi that in general it is better to be using a
webserver-level "Alias" (i.e. a URL -> filesystem mapping) to bring
shared "assets" within a webapp-specific URL space. i.e. Alias
/myapp/some.js to /usr/blah/some.js
Patching webapps *right down to content level* to enforce our particular
choice of URL space sounds like a maintenance nightmare.
If we really must pollute the URL space with fixed common locations for
shared assets then we should definitely not use a generic name like
"/assets". We should minimize interference with the URL space.
"/.assets" "/.packaged-assets" "/_packaged_assets/" or something like
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