AliasMatch regex syntax

Can someone point me towards why this AliasMatch regex isn't working (throwing a 404, not server error):

AliasMatch (?i)^/scripts/(\w+)/admin/(\w+).js \cms\modules\$1\scripts\admin\$2.js

I am trying to match:


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I think you need to escape the .. Try this

AliasMatch (?i)^/scripts/(\w+)/admin/(\w+)\.js \cms\modules\$1\scripts\admin\$2.js

I needed to swap the backslashes for forward slashes (Windows)

AliasMatch ^/scripts/(\w+)/admin/(\w+)\.js /cms/modules/$1/scripts/admin/$2.js

Category:regex Views:0 Time:2011-05-25

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