Yes. web2py has something that works like rails routes and a syntax very similar to Django urls. Plus we allow URL rewrite filtering based on the client IP address.
example: create a file called routes.py in web2py/ and write in it something like:
routes_in=( ('^140\.192\.34\.157:.*','/examples/default/index'), # this guy can only access the index page ('^.*:.*\.php','/examples/default/index'), # maps all .php pages into index page (no php here!) ('^.*:/docs/(?P<key>)','/examples/\g<key>'), # maps /docs into /examples for everybody ) routes_out=( ('^/examples/default/index$','/examples'), # makes shorter URL for /examples/default/index )
Mind that editing routes can break some links in your app. This page will be expended soon.