HI Chris

Yeah , I thought that might be the answer.

Thanks anyway


On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 12:54 AM, Chris McDonough <chr...@plope.com> wrote:
> Tim Hoffman wrote:
>> Hi Folks
>> I have always used traversal rather than routes(url dispatch) , but I
>> just happen to have a requirement to potentially
>> use such a schema however to complicate things I need to use a hybrid
>> model, but I really need to use routes after traversal
>> rather than before as described in
>> http://docs.repoze.org/bfg/narr/hybrid.html#hybrid-chapter
>> Does anyone think it would be possible ?
>> For instance
>> /a/b/collection/xxx/yyyy
>> Where collection is where traversal would stop and ideally collection
>> would then be the root factory for xxx/yyy
>> I know I could use the xxx/yyy as a subpath argument to the default
>> view on collection but in my case the combination of
>> xxx/yyy would actually define the view I would like to use.
>> Any one have an ideas or am I barking up the wrong tree and need to
>> get the view for collection actually look up a view for xxx/yyy
>> and return that instead.
> I'd just use the subpath personally.  There's an API named
> "render_view_to_response" in the view module that you can pass some
> serialization of the subpath to in the default view for the collection.
> - C
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