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Directory Listings
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Module: mod_dirlisting
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:Author: Jan Kneschke
:Date: $Date: 2004/11/03 22:26:05 $
:Revision: $Revision: 1.2 $
:abstract:
mod_dirlisting generates HTML based directory listings with full CSS
control
.. meta::
:keywords: lighttpd, directory listings, dirlisting
.. contents:: Table of Contents
Description
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mod_dirlisting is one of the modules which is loaded by default and don't have to
be specified on server.modules to work.
A directory listing is generated if a directory is requested and no index-file
was found in that directory.
To enable directory listings globally: ::
dir-listing.activate = "enable"
If you need it only for a directory, use conditionals: ::
$HTTP["url"] =~ "^/download($|/)" {
dir-listing.activate = "enable"
}
You can also use a external generator for directory listings if you use
mod_indexfile. ::
index-file.names = ( "/dir-generator.php" )
If a directory is requested the dir-generator.php is called instead which can
take the REQUEST_URI to see which directory was requested.
For large folders this is highly recommend.
Options
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dir-listing.activate
enables virtual directory listings if a directory is requested no
index-file was found
Default: disabled
dir-listing.hide-dotfiles
if enabled, does not list hidden files in directory listings generated
by the dir-listing option.
Default: enabled
dir-listing.external-css
path to an external css stylesheet for the directory listing
dir-listing.exclude
list of regular expressions. Files that match any of the specified regular
expressions will be excluded from directory listings.
dir-listing.encoding
set a encoding for the generated directory listing
If you file-system is not using ASCII you have to set the encoding of
the filenames as they are put into the HTML listing AS IS (with XML
encoding)
Example: ::
dir-listing.encoding = "utf-8"
dir-listing.show-readme
shows README.txt after the dirlisting if it exists in the directory
Default: disabled
dir-listing.hide-readme-file
hides README.txt in the dirlisting
Default: disabled
dir-listing.show-header
shows HEADER.txt before the dirlisting if it exists in the directory
Default: disabled
dir-listing.hide-header-file
hides HEADER.txt in the dirlisting
Default: disabled
dir-listing.set-footer
Default: empty, uses server.tag instead
dir-listing.encode-readme
encodes all control characters, '&', '<', '>' and '\x7f' as &#x**;
Default: enabled
dir-listing.encode-header
encodes all control characters, '&', '<', '>' and '\x7f' as &#x**;
Default: enabled
dir-listing.auto-layout
Disable this if you want your own html header and footer; specify
them in HEADER.txt and README.txt
you have to enable dir-list.show-readme/header for this of course
.external-css and .set-footer will be ignored if this is disabled
Default: enabled