No, no and 3 times no! The fix was done by Evan and is CORRECT. absolute_url () does not (and should not!) know anything about CMF or portals or whatever else!
It MUST however return correct results in all possible VH situations and this is what the fix addresses.
Please forget about my attempt to correct the situation by adding a new method - that was nonsense.
The real problem is - and this is stated in the original report - that absolute_url(1) did return WRONG RESULTS when inside-out vhosting was in use. This has bitten me on several occasions when customers deployed their sites with the CMF portal NOT living in the root of the vhost (as opposed to the root of Zope) and SERIOUS breakage occurred all over their sites.
If you need anything CMF specific use the portal_url tool. I do not see why a basic infrastructure method like absolute_url() should know anything about portals at all.
So -100 for unfixing things you don't seem to properly understand.
--On Mittwoch, 03. Dezember 2003 12:53 +0100 Yuppie <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
1.) absolute_url(relative=1) behaves different ----------------------------------------------
'relative' was changed from 'relative to site object' to 'relative to server root'. This is an API change and breaks Products like CMF.
I propose to revert this change.
-- The time has come to start talking about whether the emperor is as well dressed as we are supposed to think he is. /Pete McBreen/
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