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mod_rewrite statements can be hard to write and debug, therefore I need a lightweight online tool that enables me to test my RewriteCond, RewriteRule statements on the fly.

Any such tool?

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Here's one. You can also use a regex tester like this one, or this one.

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The first link does not support RewriteCond right now :-( –  baudtack Jan 26 '10 at 19:08

What you can do is to just set up development Apache and use RewriteLog, and set RewriteLogLevel high (above 3).

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This can be only be set in the context of server config and virtual host. –  DrDol Sep 25 '10 at 10:11
    
As stated in the description, what's the problem with that ? Sure it's not an "online" tool but it's way better than any of them and reloading apache is quick. –  Shadok Jun 19 '12 at 15:19

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