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820           } else {
821                $rules .= "RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f\n" .
822                     "RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d\n" .
823                     "RewriteRule . {$home_root}{$this->index} [L]\n";
824           }
825
826           $rules .= "</IfModule>\n";
827
828           $rules = apply_filters('mod_rewrite_rules', $rules);
829           $rules = apply_filters('rewrite_rules', $rules);  // Deprecated
830
831           return $rules;
832      }
833
834      //Add a straight rewrite rule
835      function add_rule($regex, $redirect) {
836           //get everything up to the first ?
837           $index = (strpos($redirect, '?') == false ? strlen($redirect) : strpos($redirect, '?'));
838           $front = substr($redirect, 0, $index);