Florent Guillaume wrote:
On 20 Jun 2006, at 13:23, Martijn Faassen wrote:
We've actually noticed Five 1.2.4 is not compatible with Five 1.2 in
some way to do with mysterious 'index.html' bits appearing after URLs
where we thought they shouldn't. We haven't tracked this down and we
might not for a while (we just switched back to Five 1.2..), just
wanted to let you know Five 1.2 has some compatibility issues..
I was looking at the publisher, and it hacks the URL to explicitely add
the default view to it when a default view is used. That might explain
it. You're saying Zope 2.10 doesn't do that? I thought it did too.
I'm just comparing Zope 2.8 + Five 1.2 with Zope 2.8 + Five 1.2.4. I
have no idea what Zope 2.10 does.
It broke a lot of stuff for us, so we switched back until we can figure
out what's going on when we upgrade that piece of code to a newer
version of Zope.
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