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Forum OpenACS Q&A: Re: Do *.vuh files other than index.vuh make any sense?

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Posted by Tilmann Singer on
I agree that the latter would be nicer.

I think it can be tracked down to the proc rp_path_prefixes (only used in rp_filter) which returns

/foo/bar/
/foo/
/
when given the path /foo/bar/. Changing it to return
/foo/bar/
/foo/bar
/foo/
/foo
/
seems to do the trick. This needs some further testing though if path_info is always correct etc.

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Posted by Tilmann Singer on
Here's a patch: http://openacs.org/bugtracker/openacs/patch?patch%5fnumber=5

Note that for index.vuh's the value of [ad_conn path_info] is always without a slash at the beginning. For a foo.vuh file it  can either be an empty string (request for /foo directly), a single slash (request for /foo/) or more, with a beginning slash, e.g. /bar/baz for the request /foo/bar/baz.

This might be unexpected because it's different from index.vuh's, but I think it is the right behaviour because otherwise it would not be possible to distinguish if /foo or /foo/ was requested.

Anybody who has the time for some more testing?