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If I view a TXT file on my shared host it has a content-length. I need the server to generate a TXT file from a GET request. I have changed the mime type to treat .txt as .php files. When I try and view the file the transfer-encoding is used. From what I gather this is because apache does not know the file length. I can work out the file length, no problem but how to tell apache to prevent this encoding?

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Why would you need to do this? –  Shane Madden Sep 12 '11 at 14:45
    
I have a M2M project the reads files from a webserver. It expects a .txt file. I want to dynamically create these files so I don't have to write files to the server. The solution was to use header("Content-Length:".$length); –  maxum Sep 13 '11 at 1:43
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