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From "David Crossley (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (FOR-738) Structurer does not work with "site:" protocol in site.xml
Date Wed, 23 Nov 2005 03:55:38 GMT
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David Crossley commented on FOR-738:

I did some investigation. Adding such an entry to the seed-sample site, shows that it fails
there too. However, it just gives a simple broken link message, whereas in a dispatcher-enabled
site it gives that stack overflow.

Some other observations about a skins-enabled seed-sample site: Everything is fine for the
left-hand navigation menu. The entry will display properly and the link is correct. However,
when linking from the body of a document, then the link fails.

Also the same behaviour with forrest_07_branch: okay in the menu and broken in the body.

Another observation from our "site-author" docs where we use such "site:" links for the pluginDocs
tab. The links display properly on the sub-tabs.

To summarise: Using such a link in the body of a page, gives the normal broken link message
in both skins-enabled and dispatcher-enabled sites (remove the "label" attribute of the site.xml
entry). With the skins-enabled site, the navigation menu works properly. With the dispatcher-enabled
site, the generation of the menu pipeline fails with a "stack overflow".

> Structurer does not work with "site:" protocol in site.xml
> ----------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: FOR-738
>          URL:
>      Project: Forrest
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: Views
>     Versions: 0.8-dev
>     Reporter: Ross Gardler
>     Priority: Blocker

> If site.xml contains a 'site:' protocol link then the docs cannot be generated. I've
narrowed this down to the  linkrewrter which fails with a stack overflow error.

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