Remove .htaccess from Composer Installer Essentials
It's very hard to tweak
mod_rewrite rules if the
.htaccess file is not under control of the user. It's a little bit harder to update the file to a new version, but now it's impossible to provide a custom
.htaccess with a default deployment without any workarounds.
Also to tweak the
.htaccess rules we should stop rewriting if URLs for
/apple-touch-icon-*.png are requested, since this will clutter the log and should be treated like the
Updated by Jacob Floyd about 8 years ago
I have to edit the .htaccess file to make Flow work on my shared host. So, I second the motion of not keeping .htaccess itself in version control. Maybe have a _.htaccess and copy it in place if there's no .htaccess there.
I have to add the following line to .htaccess to give flow the right php settings:
SetEnv PHPRC /home/[username]/.php/php.ini