[Moin-user] url Encoding problems - more info

Tom Wiebe Lists lists at imagefoundation.com
Mon Jul 21 23:58:25 EDT 2003

Hello again,

Well, now I'm stumped for sure. I've just installed a fresh copy of  
moin moin on my laptop, and it worked great out of the box, just like  
my previous experience

I've not done anything with python on my server, or my laptop (heck,  
the laptop is only a week old, so it's basically a fresh install as  
provided by apple)

I've run a diff on my httpd.conf from both the server and my laptop and  
not found any unexpected differences, and also done a diff on all the  
moin moin files in /usr/share/moin and  
/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/MoinMoin. there were zero differences  
between the copy on my server and the copy on my laptop.

Any thoughts?

Tom Wiebe

On Monday, July 21, 2003, at 10:20  PM, Tom Wiebe Lists wrote:

> Hi there,
> I'm trying to get moin moin installed on OS X and having a problem  
> with the links it's generating.
> moin moin seems to be encoding the period (.) in it's urls like so:
> http://mydomain.com/lassowiki/ 
> moin_2ecgi?action=edit&template=HelpTemplate
> instead of
> http://lasso.hardh.net/lassowiki/ 
> moin.cgi?action=edit&template=HelpTemplate
> I followed the instructions in the wiki to install, and have tried  
> with the release version, the stable cvs version and the most recent  
> (7/21) cvs version, all with the same effect.
> The server is running mac os x 10.2.6 with the stock python on apache.  
> I previously had it working on my old laptop, which I wiped and sold  
> last week, with no problems and am a rank amateur with python, so I'm  
> not sure where to look to fix it.
> the archives are being untarred with tar, so I'm sure it's not any of  
> the occaisional wierdness that stuffit brings to the table.
> any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> Thx,
> Tom Wiebe
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