I'm using Lighttpd to serve a GET based API that I'm working on, and I'm having some difficulty with re-writing requests.
My API calls are very simple. An example would be :
This is what I have:
url.rewrite-once = ( "^/methodfoo(.*)" => "/index.php$1&method=methodfoo")
This works fine if all methods were shallow, but I have
methodfoo/submethod to deal with. What I'd like to do is use a rule that can split this up for me, appending a
&submethod to the end of the rewritten string.
Would be re-written to:
Can I do that without an explicit rule for each submethod?
Yes, I know I can use a rule like:
"^/methodfoo/(.*)/(.*)" => "/index.php$2&method=methodfoo&submethod=$1"
However, That fuglifies (TM) my link structure, as it would have to match:
When I really want:
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.