seb bacon wrote:
> OK, I've found out some more stuff about the problem. Of course, it
> wasn't really random. The culprit is a linked stylesheet. Every time
> I alter the sheet in some way, I get the SERVER_URL KeyError.
Good, at least we know *when* it happens.
> I can't really see why this should be happening, though. The
> absolute_url() in question is in the main body of the document, not
> the stylesheet.
Can we see the code for your page? What is the stylesheet, a DTML obj,
> Is perhaps the acquisition wrapper not getting applied to the document
> until after the linked objects are also downloaded, or something
> strange like that?
No, that is client-side stuff.
> I haven't the time time to pursue this right now, but I'll attempt to
> make a simple, reproduceable example and submit it to the Tracker.
> But just in case I get time to debug it, where might I start? I'm not
> very familiar with the Traversal / Publishing stuff.
I'm happy to help if I can.
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