Typo on Mongrel in a subdir

I’m looking to run Typo as part of a website. I want to use Mongrel
(proxied behind Apache) and put typo in the blog/ subdir, so URLs to
Typo
will look like:

example.com/blog
example.com/blog/articles/2006/10/30/whatever

I see that there is now a --prefix option in Mongrel to set the subdir
in
the URL, and Scott L.'s email exchange with Zed back in July implies
that this will just take care of everything, except for hardcoded links.
My question is, has anyone got this setup working with Typo? Any tricks
to the setup in Apache or Mongrel besides the --prefix?

thanks!


Josh S.
http://blog.hasmanythrough.com

I have a short write-up on this
http://youdummy.net/blog/articles/2006/10/04/howto-install-typo

I run my blog under a /blog/ dir
-Steve

http://mondragon.cc/blog/articles/2006/10/24/typo-4-0-apache2-mysql-gentooOn
10/30/06, Josh S. [email protected] wrote:

that this will just take care of everything, except for hardcoded links.
Typo-list mailing list
[email protected]
http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/typo-list

This is how I did it on a Gentoo box
“Typo 4.0 + Apache2 + MySQL + Gentoo”
http://mondragon.cc/blog/articles/2006/10/24/typo-4-0-apache2-mysql-gentoo

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