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When running php -S localhost:8000, or any chosen port number, html files can't be found by the built-in web server. For instance, after creating a folder, adding an index.html file, serving the folder, and accessing it through the web browser, the following error is returned: "The requested resource /index.html was not found on this server". This doesn't happen with .php files though. Tested using PHP version 7.1.12 x64, both Thread-Safe and Non Thread-Safe.
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Indeed, while `.htm` is supported, `.html` is not, although the
documentation claims support for `.html`.
So you request /index.html and index.html exists but you get a 404 error? or the mime type is wrong?
Please confirm/clarify and I will continue investigating.
I just did a quick check of requests for / /index.htm /index.html and they were returned and the mime-type was returned(text/html). This worked for me on 7.0 and 7.1.5.
The mime_types are registered in mime_type_map.h.
php_cli_server_request_translate_vpath() looks like it should work for both .htm and .html... it just that a request for / will return index.html or index.php but NOT index.htm (as designed).
First off, thank you for looking into this. Unfortunately, my Windows environment is gone, and I can't go back into it and test. However, I can confirm that from PHP version 7.2, on Manjaro, I haven't had this problem anymore. Also tested it on Ubuntu 16.04, no signs of the bug. By the way, I did test it by explicitly typing in the file extension back when I reported the bug. And yeah, I was getting a 404 error.
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Can't repro. RP doesn't have environment to repro. Reading the code, it seems clear this can't happen.