On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 11:03:41AM +0200, Lilo von Hanffstengel wrote:
> > Full Ack. For luck, without ending, blosxom takes the default flavour
> > anyway.
> Hmm. It really does take the default flayour? In my testcase
> (bloscom.cgi with one entry): No.
> The URL in guid is composed by $url$path/$fn
> For example the $url is: http://test/blog
Which works and takes the default flavour.
> Having a entry like start.html in / the guid URL results in
> http://test/blog/start But this URL cannot be opened by a browser
> because blosxom does not take the default flavour.
Hmm, interesting. That's now quite a problem, since the GUID should be
unique and there shouldn't be more than GUID per posting (IMHO).
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 10:15:57AM -0700, Kevin Scaldeferri wrote:
> Also, it certainly won't work in static mode.
Well, that depends a lot on the web server. But for those without
having something like Apache's MultiViews enabled, you're right.
So we want a unique GUID per story, not more than one per story and it
should not generate invalid links.
It looks to me as if there's exactly one solution: Setting
isPermalink="false" again. My mistake then. I wanted to have the
hostname in to make it globally unique, but didn't take care that
$default_flavour only seems to work for indices (e.g. the start page
or per year, month, day, etc. pages) and not for individual per post
pages (as MultiViews in Apache does, too).
I'll fix that in the repository.
Rhonda: Any advice on how this could be fixed so that the Debian
release team accepts it for Lenny? ;-)
Regards, Ax "Never trust a dot zero release" el ;-)
Axel Beckert - abe@..., abe@... - http://noone.org/abe/