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Maybe using pattern based routes.

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Route::get('{level1?}/{level2?}/', function($level1, $level2 = null) {}); // Etc.Should work 
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Route::any('{request}', function($request)
{
    //
})
->where('request', '[a-zA-Z0-9./-_]+');

Catch your url with regular expression. Something like that should work.

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Yep, I answered this earlier with this thread:

http://laravel.io/forum/03-11-2014-how-to-make-urls-seo-friend...

You can pretty much do the same thing you tried, but you need to chain a ->where() matcher, something like this:

->where('all', '(.*)?');
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