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It would be helpful if you could upload this as a patch to the Webware
SourceForge pages. Someday I (or someone else) will get a chance to review
all of the outstanding patches and bug reports there and apply them.
Christoph Zwerschke wrote:
> Here is a suggestion for improvement of the function
> findDirectoryIndex in the Application.py module.
> The problem is that this function ignores cascading extensions.
> For instance, if you have a configuration like this one:
> 'DirectoryFile': ['index','main'],
> 'UseCascadingExtensions': 1,
> Webware 0.8.1 will output an error if you have
> an index.html and an index.py file.
> I assume this has simply been forgotten when cascading
> extensions where
> introduced and I have added the functionality in the
> findDirectoryIndex function (see attachment).
> Of course, DirectoryFile has precedence over ExtensionCascadeOrder.
> So in the above case, 'index.html' would be prefered over 'main.py'.
> Christoph Zwerschke