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Using mod_sed on both in/out filtering on same site

Using mod_sed on both in/out filtering on same site

Using mod_sed on both in/out filtering on same site


Using Apache 2.4.

I'm trying to use mod_sed with both input and output filters at the same time. I can only get the output filter on it's own to work:

<Location "/var/www">
AddOutputFilter Sed html
OutputSed "s/123/abc/g"
OutputSed "s/stuff/ffuts/g"

I'd like to use an input filter too on the same site:

<Location "/var/www">
AddInputFilter Sed html
InputSed "s/abc/123/g"
InputSed "s/ffuts/stuff/g"

...but only the output filter is being used. In fact, if I activate the input filter, it disables the output filter, so nothing then works.

I'd appreciate any pointers in getting this to work.


RE: Using mod_sed on both in/out filtering on same site


It works for me. Are you sure your test case is relevant ? What are you sending to the server, what are you receiving back and what are you expecting instead.


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