[Biopython-dev] fiddling with the biopython URL

Jeffrey Chang jchang at jeffchang.com
Wed May 21 20:49:56 EDT 2003

>> Since it would be convenient to
>> put static content up occasionally, I have made a rule so that
>> http://www.biopython.org/static/ does not get rewritten to quixote.
>> Therefore, we can drop static content in:
>> /home/websites/biopython.org/websites/static
> Cool. The one problem I thought would happen was that mailman links
> would get messed up as well, but it looks like you fixed that too.
> Awesome. Thanks.
> By the way, I have the static directory files and docs serving out
> information through Quixote's mechanism, so you can also put stuff
> in /home/websites/biopython.org/files/ and it'll get mapped to
> http://www.biopython.org/files. Right now that's where I keep the
> download stuff (and documentations is in docs) but there's no reason
> other things couldn't go in there as well. Just another option.

Ah, yes, that's right.  I had forgotten about those and didn't handle 
them in my Apache rules.  However, those directories magically work.   
Now I see that they're handled by quixotic.  I need to spend some time 
trying to figure out how that works.


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