[Mailman-Users] Incorrect links after list creation

Spyro Polymiadis spyropolymiadis at kromestudios.com
Wed Jan 3 05:22:16 CET 2007

Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Spyro Polymiadis wrote:
>> Im using v2.1.9 on my debian system - and one thing that is bugging me 
>> now - only because I cant find the solution, is that after i create a 
>> new list, and it comes to the summary page saying "You can now: visit 
>> the info page, admin page, or create another list" the first 2 links are 
>> missing a / in the URL
> The list's web_page_url attribute is missing a trailing slash because
> DEFAULT_URL_PATTERN in mm_cfg.py is missing a trailing slash. It looks
> like DEFAULT_URL_PATTERN is set to 'http://%s/cgi-bin/mailman' and it
> should be 'http://%s/cgi-bin/mailman/'.
> Fix DEFAULT_URL_PATTERN in mm_cfg.py and see
> <http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/faqw-mm.py?req=show&file=faq04.069.htp>
> for info on running fix_url to fix the existing lists.

Would I have to do the fix_url thing? As all other links to do with the 
lists work fine - its just these 2 links that are incorrect

You are right though - that attribute was missing the trailing slash - 
but it doesnt seem to have affected anything else though...


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