This is, as far as I know, fixed in the latest code, but its moving fast.
I had never heard of this error until well after 0.9.1 was out.

On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 1:25 PM, Walter Davis <> wrote:
> Sorry to bump this, but has anyone encountered this particular error?
> Is there some way to clarify in radius that an auto-index page should not be
> counted as one of the pages it indexes?
> I am trying to understand how this sort of recursion could happen, and I'd
> like to know if this is a known thing and I'm (well, the default Styled Blog
> template is) making a mistake, or if this is a bug in this particular
> template, or if it's something that's been fixed in the rush to 1.0.
> Thanks in advance,
> Walter
> On Jun 10, 2011, at 9:03 AM, Walter Davis wrote:
>> I am testing out Radiant after a very long time away, so I did the
>> following:
>> 1. New rvm, Ruby 1.8.7. Installed Radiant 0.9.1 with gem install radiant.
>> 2. New Radiant site, all defaults, choose Styled Blog (4) as the template.
>> 3. Create a new article, works great.
>> 4. Everything looks great, works fine, until I choose the June 2011 option
>> in the Archives By Month sidebar links. There, I see that "Recursion error:
>> already rendering the `body' part." error, because the archives by month
>> indexer is trying to include itself in the list of pages for that month.
>> I saw some messages on this list about this type of error, but I wasn't
>> sure if they related. Is this a known thing? How can I work around it, or is
>> it in the pipeline for fixing in the 1.0? I have a client I'm evaluating
>> this for, he'd like to get his scholarly discussion site up fairly quickly,
>> and I'd rather not build this a couple of separate times.
>> Thanks as always for such a nice system!
>> Walter

Jim Gay
Saturn Flyer LLC

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