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1693           } else {
1694                $rules .= "RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f\n" .
1695                     "RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d\n" .
1696                     "RewriteRule . {$home_root}{$this->index} [L]\n";
1697           }
1698
1699           $rules .= "</IfModule>\n";
1700
1701           $rules = apply_filters('mod_rewrite_rules', $rules);
1702           $rules = apply_filters('rewrite_rules', $rules);  // Deprecated
1703
1704           return $rules;
1705      }
1706
1707      /**
1708       * Retrieve IIS7 URL Rewrite formatted rewrite rules to write to web.config file.
1709       *
1710       * Does not actually write to the web.config file, but creates the rules for
1711       * the process that will.