Hmmm... seems like it might be useful to collect these little "gotchas"
together. Is the Wiki the right place for this? If so, I can begin the
compilation process... Would this be useful to everyone?
Ian Bicking wrote:
>Maybe because there's an ambiguity of what file you are calling --
>test.tmpl or test.py. When you give the extension it is unambiguous.
>I thought Webware would ignore the unregistered extension, though.
>Actually, it's the other way around. You have to specify what extensions
>ignore. An old TO DO item is to switch WebKit to a setting called
>But in the mean time, go to WebKit/Configs/Application.config and add
>to the ExtensionsToIgnore setting.
I still get a 404 error after adding .tmpl to the ExtensionsToIgnore
setting. BTW, allowing wildcards here would be nice, even if the setting is
changed to ExtensionsToServe. I actually added ".tmpl" and ".tmpl~" to the
set. Would have been better to have been able to add just ".tmpl*".
From: Edmund Lian <elian@in...> - 2001-11-01 03:12:09
>>I still get a 404 error after adding .tmpl to the ExtensionsToIgnore
I found the problem... WebKit served ~/test correctly once I removed all
the test.tmpl, test.tmpl~ and test.py_bak files. So, it would appear that
.tmpl, .tmpl~ and .py_bak must be added to the list of files to ignore. All
three are of course generated by Cheetah.
This problem will go away once ExtensionsToIgnore is changed to
At 01:47 AM 10/31/2001 -0500, elian@... wrote:
>Hmmm... seems like it might be useful to collect these little "gotchas"
>together. Is the Wiki the right place for this? If so, I can begin the
>compilation process... Would this be useful to everyone?
The Wiki is definitely a great place for this kind of stuff. Feel free to
add any tips you want to share including things you learn about on the list
or simply discover on your own.