[Pmwiki-users] Invalid URI created by ThisGroup:
Patrick R. Michaud
Mon Dec 22 11:53:02 CST 2003
Hmm, let me try answering this again--my previous message got garbled
The ThisGroup: directive was added before PmWiki had support for ?pagename=
style URIs. Unfortunately the mechanism PmWiki uses to translate
pathinfo-style URIs into ?pagename= ones wants to have the full group and
page name available to do the translation, which isn't the case for ThisGroup's
translation via the InterMap code.
There's probably a fix available by redesigning how ThisWiki and friends
do their translations--they can be done via the LinkPatterns array instead
of the InterMap one--but that's probably going to wait for a future version
and after I've finalized whatever is going to happen with ?pagename= style
To repeat my earlier message, this would all be a whole lot easier if the
httpd and PHP folks would honor the details of the CGI 1.1 specification,
or else provide us a new specification that correctly documents how
things actually work.
On Sat, Dec 20, 2003 at 08:49:54AM +0100, Christian Ridderstr?m wrote:
> I just noticed a strange problem with the directive
> It doesn't include the '.' in the URI generated on this page:
> (in order to actually see the problem, you have to look carefully at
> the actual URI. The URI is:
> but it really should be:
> Does this have anything to do with the fact that '?pagename=...' is used?
> Because at another installation it works...
> Dr. Christian Ridderstr?m, +46-8-768 39 44 http://www.md.kth.se/~chr
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