My site uses SiteAccess2, zope 2.2.2, etc.
If I got to one of my virtual hosts and enter a bogus URL, I get an
error message that includes *another* error message within it (both
from HTTPResponse.py's _error_html(). Example:
I have modified _error_html() to put a comment at the very start
saying where it came from.
In addition, the root standard_html_message has a comment at the top
and so does the /docwhat stdandard_html_message, both saying which
it is. /docwhat is the folder that docwhat.gerf.org's
vhost/siteroot is at.
The fish url above should generate (I thought) my
standard_html_message from /docwhat. I don't understand this at
all. It goes against the docs in
My site includes a view_source that works fairly well, if you want
to see the various standard_html_message's. linuxasm.gerf.org is a
non-siteaccessed version of my site, with no siteaccess rules. Here
are the URLs:
Thanks for any help.
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