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Config Apache to pass all requests to fastCGI process

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I've got a web-app written in Orbit/Kepler (the Lua framework) and I'm wanting my visible URL paths free of file extensions or un-necessary path elements. I'd like to expose just a nice, clean restful-like api.
From the docs, it seems the only way to tell Apache to dispatch handling to wsapi-fcgi is via the "add handler" construct. And that requires me to specify EITHER a static path component, or the individual file extensions (i.e. .lua) to be handled.
Is there any way to tell Apache to pass ALL requests "without" a specific file extension to Lua and let the remaining (image, js, css file requests) be the exception??

posted Aug 5, 2013 by Sonu Jindal

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How about SetHandler in

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