Am 04.01.2016 um 18:33 schrieb Jason Jeffory:
bad links in tutorial:

registerWebInterface is the entry point to vibe.d's high-level web
application framework. It takes a class instance and registers each of
its public methods as a route in the URLRouter. By default, the method
names are mapped to

Thanks, fixed now.

I wonder if you could add a feature to vibe.d that checks for links that
are out-dated? Maybe, ultimate, attempt to search for "feasible"
substitutions instead of a 404 and present them to the user? Everyone
hates 404's, right?

That would be difficult to do in the general case. Here, the mistake was in the Markdown syntax ([application framework](vibe-web) instead of [application framework][vibe-web]). Something to detect this could indeed be nicely built into the blog engine, but as a generic vibe.d feature it would be rather difficult to integrate in a nice way.

Reply via email to