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cool thanks,
basically tell it to use htaccess just don't have one there.
now onto (since not sure if I will use nginx or not) getting rid of the htaccess and use apache for the rewrites for now.
then while I weigh my options I'm still better off not having htaccess in place.

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A need? There wouldn't be.
A want? Efficiency. If you setup the nginx like I suggested in that other thread, nginx would be able to pass off the execution to the index much more efficiently. If you set it up like others' posted config where it goes through multiple try files, it's questionable as to which of the two would be more efficient in cases for php files.

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