[Moin-user] Mangled new page link with moin 1.6?
qq1 at mogeso.com
Mon Jan 14 13:36:28 EST 2008
Fresh copy of moin-1.6.0.tar.gz, uncompress, immediately run moin.py and go
to http://localhost:8080/Something. I get exactly the same thing. It's very
curious because it doesn't happen with my previous installation of 1.5.
I'm running on Mac OSX 10.5 with the Macports version of Python 2.5.1. I
just tried it on Ubuntu 7.10 with Python 2.5.1 and it does NOT happen
I suspect somewhere in the code (maybe template engine) it is attempting to
build the link and it is using the wrong page name (the intended page name
instead of MissingPage). Where in this source is this located. I can try to
track it down but no experience with moin source.
On 1/14/08, Thomas Waldmann <tw-public at gmx.de> wrote:
> > I'm trying a new installation of moin 1.6. Followed instructions and
> > have the standalone and CGI versions working. I can browse all available
> > pages, create users, change themes, etc.
> > However -- creating new pages is broken.
> > Specifically, going to (with standalone server for simplicity)
> > http://localhost:8080/Something gets me to the page saying "This page
> > does not exist yet" and there is a link for "Create new empty page". The
> > URL for that link is http://localhost:8080/ssingPage?action=edit and
> > not http://localhost:8080/Something?action=edit like I thought it would
> > be. Of course it ends up creating the page "ssingPage" instead.
> > What's happening is it is taking the name "MissingPage" and taking the N
> > last letters from it to create the link name, where N is name length of
> > the page I want to create. If I want to create the page "Hello", the
> > page it tries to create is "gPage".
> > What's going on?
> That would be nice to know. :)
> The strange thing is that we use the standalone server all the time for
> testing and we never had such a problem with it.
> I suggest you file a bug report on the moin wiki and give much more
> details. Try it with a fresh download of the moin dist archive and just
> unpack it (don't do other changes or configuration) and start ./moin.py
> and try to reproduce your problem.
> Give Python and OS Version in your bug report.
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