Ian Bicking [mailto:ianb@...] wrote:
> On Thu, 2003-01-16 at 02:33, Stuart Donaldson wrote:
> > The URL's are now relative to the current servlet, and absolute
> > references are based on the current context. I am
> > concerned about this
> > breaking existing installations. In particular, the
> > PSPDocs.psp page is
> > broken, because it tries to include
> > "../Docs/UserGuide.html" which is
> > out of context. That isn't even in any context. Are there
> > other psp
> > pages which may have been doing this sort of thing? Any
> > suggestions on
> > how to fix this?
> It's no worse than the status quo -- PSPDocs.psp has been broken for a
> long time.
> Should PSPDocs.psp just be including the files statically, like
PSP actually has four different ways to include other pages:
<%@ include file="myfile.html"%> == parse the included file for PSP content
as though it was part of the current PSP file
<psp:include path="myfile.html"> == use includeURL() to include the file
<psp:insert file="myfile.html"> == equivalent to
<psp:insert file="myfile.html" static="1"> == equivalent to
self.write(myfile_html_contents) where myfile_html_contents is a constant
string inserted into the generated servlet
The _only_ one which doesn't work in this case is the current one --
psp:include. All of the other three methods work fine regardless of whether
the file is part of a context.
So I just switched PSPDocs.psp to use psp:insert instead. This fixes the
bug, and works better than the other two options because if the included
file changes on disk, that change will automatically take effect.
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