lucy24 - 12:49 pm on Mar 24, 2013 (gmt 0)
so doesn´t google see the robots.txt file equal for both http and https
The question is whether they know or care that it's the same. Their own statement makes it sound as if robots.txt only "counts" for https pages if they get it with https, and it only counts for http if they get it with http. With some robots it would be easy to tell because maybe they will make a fresh request for robots.txt before starting in on the https pages. But the googlebot doesn't work that way.
Not sure I understood you but I suppose you mean, that I cant redirect [page1.php...] to https://page1.php in htacessa and then on the page redirect the same page this time to [page1.php...]
No, he means that for example you could have htaccess redirecting
and then separately you will have the page php redirecting to
But since we are talking about internal links, this is not likely to happen anyway. The form of the page name, including domain, will be correct already. So there would never be more than one redirect.