On 2005.01.13, Jorge Garcia <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>  Hi, I want to use an URL who points to a .tcl file, but I don't want the 
> '.tcl'
> part appears in the link, i.e. 'www.web.com/file', where 'file' in the link
> equals 'file.tcl'
> How can I get this?.
> I wish the following priority in the files:
> file (without .tcl extension), file.tcl, file.adp, file.html

You are probably looking for the "enabletclpages" directive in your
config.  By default, it's "false" - you need to set it to "on" or "true".

I also think you need to change the "directoryfile" setting to include
file.tcl (or, recommended, index.tcl) to the start of the
comma-separated list, in order to get the "priority" you're looking for.

-- Dossy

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