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Old 10-21-2013
How would I mod_rewrite "/~a1Pha" and "/=a1Pha" to "/paste/a1Pha.htm"? (internally & externally)

Basically I want to shorten URLs on my html pasting site (pasteht.ml), by using "/~a1Pha" instead of "/paste/a1Pha". The ID is 5 numbers and letters, both cases.

For example:
/~idnum serves /paste/idnum.htm
/=idnum serves /paste/idnum.htm
/paste/idnum redirects to /~idnum (to update any old urls to new ones)

I have mod_rewrite enabled and working.

Edit: Figured it out:
Code:
RewriteRule ^~?([a-zA-Z0-9]+)$ paste/$1.htm [L]
RewriteRule ^=?([a-zA-Z0-9]+)$ paste/$1.htm [L]


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ODTEST(1)						      Quick Database Manager							 ODTEST(1)

NAME
odtest - test cases for QDBM Odeum SYNOPSIS
odtest write [-tune ibnum idnum cbnum csiz] name dnum wnum pnum odtest read name odtest combo name odtest wicked name dnum DESCRIPTION
The command `odtest' is a utility for facility test and performance test. Check a database generated by the command or measure the execu- tion time of the command. This command is used in the following format. `name' specifies a database name. `dnum' specifies the number of the documents. `wnum' specifies the number of words per document. `pnum' specifies the number of patterns of words. odtest write [-tune ibnum idnum cbnum csiz] name dnum wnum pnum Store documents with random attributes and random words. odtest read name Retrieve all documents of the database above. odtest combo name Perform combination test of various operations. odtest wicked name dnum Perform updating operations selected at random. Options feature the following. -tune ibnum idnum cbnum csiz : set tuning parameters. This command returns 0 on success, another on failure. The environment variable `QDBMDBGFD' specifies the file descriptor to output the history of updating the variable `dpecode'. SEE ALSO
qdbm(3), odeum(3) AUTHOR
QDBM was written by Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@fallabs.com>. Man Page 2005-06-01 ODTEST(1)

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