The Path Handler product
(http://www.zope.org/Members/NIP/PathHandler) is your
Normally, you would create a path handler called
'games' and point it to your display_game method. To
obtain the result you describe, you could move your
display_game code into index_html and test for a
path_to_handle, else display your 'real' index_html.
--- In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Aaron Maupin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> I'm trying to make pretty URLs for a game site I'm
developing, and due
> to the hosting environment I'm somewhat limited in
my Apache URL
> rewrites. (I've tried the normal mod_proxy /
mod_rewrite rules and they
> haven't worked in this environment.)
> I'd like the visitors to see
> Whereas what's really being accessed is
> or any solution that allows me to query a relational
database for a game
> title so I don't have to create hundreds of objects
> The only idea I have now is to use a Virtual Host
Monster mapping to
> send visitors using the games.mydomain.com to a
folder that contains a
> custom standard_error_message that reads the request
object, figures out
> the game title, and queries the database.... but
that's really inelegant.
> Is there a way to inspect the request before Zope
starts traversing objects?
> Or any other ideas on how to accomplish what I want?
I'm not new to
> Zope, but I basically use it as a container for
Python scripts and
> haven't delved too deeply into it otherwise... so I
may be missing
> something obvious.
Boardwalk for $500? In 2007? Ha! Play Monopoly Here and Now (it's updated for
today's economy) at Yahoo! Games.
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