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This is a bit of a strange question I guess, but something I can't seem to find the answer to in documentation. Perhaps I'm just not searching for the correct thing.
I have a client who's website uses Fuel, hosted at, let's say "www.someclient.com"
They have a "workshop" thing that they've created using some type of application that generates a self contained JS application that they just want to hand to me to host...I don't have any access to the application used to create this application and I don't have the ability to edit the internal code because it's all compiled and minimized.
I need to host that folder at the "root" of the domain -- so like someclient.com/workshop -- but I can't seem to figure out how to do that with Fuel -- because obviously if that folder exists at the root -- but I try to go to that url, I get a 404 due to routing.
Is there a way to put an exclusion in the routing that I'm not seeing?