mod_domaintree is a hostname to filesystem mapper for Apache2
mod_domaintree is a hostname to filesystem mapper for Apache2. It maps host names like www.example.com to a filesystem tree like $prefix/com/example/www/$suffix.
mod_domaintree module can optionally strip the www prefix of host names.
What's New in This Release:
A possible crash in strmatch() was fixed.
The DomainTreeIgnore directive was added.
The DomainTreeForbid directive was added.
was added directive was host names mod domaintree
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