I have lighttpd running on a windows 7 box.
Is there a way to emulate symlink behavior?
Say my document root is at D:\www\docs. And suppose that some files I want to have in my web server's file space are at E:\data. Also assume E:\ is a FAT32 filesystem or maybe a mounted file share - in other words the NTFS hardlinks are not supported.
If a file
index.html is at D:\www\docs\index.html, it'd be accessible at
http://www.myexample.com/index.html. If there's a file E:\data\download.dat, I'd want to access it at
http://www.myexample.com/data/download.dat. (Notice that these are on different drive letters.)
On Linux I'd just do
ln -s /data /www/docs/ (well not exactly but you get the idea). Can I do this on Win32 though?