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Sep 10, 2000, 3:28 PM


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew Ford" <andrew [at] icarus>
To: <apache-docs [at] apache>
Sent: Sunday, September 10, 2000 10:16 AM
Subject: allow, require, deny, etc


> Rich Bowen writes:
> > OK, another pet peeve of mine. I know that there are historical reasons
> > for having some directives start with a lowercase letter. But is there
> > really any reason to continue doing this? Directive parsing is not
> > case-sensitive, and we can change the documentation without changing
any
> > code. I'm proposing that we start using Allow, Require, Deny, and
Order,
> > so that all directives have the same capitalization. Consistency is a
> > Good Thing.
> >
> > Rich
>
>
> I agree -- and indeed I set them with a consistent capitalization in
> the "Apache Pocket Reference".
>
> Andrew
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