Really no one any idea? (Fullquote below in case the message got lost).
Nikolaus Rath <Nikolaus@...> writes:
> I would like to include a static menu bar in every rendered page. The
> menu bar itself should be editable as a page.
> I came up with the following code to include another page:
> def includepage(self, page_name):
> request = self.request
> inc_page = Page(request, page_name, formatter=request.formatter)
> if not inc_page.exists():
> return '<p><strong class="error">Page %s does not exist</strong></p>' % page_name
> strfile = StringIO.StringIO()
> return strfile.getvalue()
> I then changed my theme's .py file to include the page "navibar":
> def navibarpanel(self, d):
> html = [
> u'<div class="sidepanel"><h1>Quick Links</h1>',
> u'<div class="sidepanel"><h1>Navigation</h1>',
> return u''.join(html)
> This works nicely, but there is one problem: if, in any page, I refer to
> an attachment as [[attachment:bla.zip]], then MoinMoin looks for bla.zip
> in the "navibar" page rather than the page I'm actually viewing.
> Is there a way to fix this problem? Or is my entire approach wrong?
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