Malthe Borch wrote:
> 2009/10/22 Tres Seaver <>:
>> The view predicates are there to allow selecting a particular view among
>> several registered for the route or context:  e.g., to dispatch to
>> different views for GET versus POST for the same route / context and
>> view name.
> It makes perfect sense with <view>.
> With <route>, however, I think predicates make sense without
> specifying a view. And currently, predicates are silently ignored if
> you don't provide a view directly when you define a route.

Do we just need to change the path matching syntax instead to get your *.html 
case to work?  Is there another case for predicates?

- C

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