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From "Paul Kronenwetter (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (FOR-991) PluginGallery misbehaves on images having multiple "dots" in the filename. Venus.11.JPG as an example.
Date Mon, 16 Apr 2007 01:46:15 GMT


Paul Kronenwetter commented on FOR-991:

Gavin, you are correct.  I found the places where the substring-before references were used
in the PhotoGallery and changed them to be more like this:

 <img src="{substring-before(@name, '.jpg')}.small.jpg" />

It works, but it's not extensible or flexible.  Though right now the PhotoGallery plug in
only deals with JPEG files anyway.  I wonder if this is good enough, or if this is even worth

Thoughts on either the fix or the overall usefulness of fixing this?

> PluginGallery misbehaves on images having multiple "dots" in the filename.  Venus.11.JPG
as an example.
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: FOR-991
>                 URL:
>             Project: Forrest
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Plugin: input.PhotoGallery
>    Affects Versions: 0.8-dev
>            Reporter: Paul Kronenwetter
>            Priority: Minor
> Images with multiple "dots" in the filename are handled incorrectly.  From CFAS's broken-links.xml:
>   <link message="/home/kronenpj/src/svn/cfas/src/documentation/content/xdocs/images/gallery/planet/Venus.jpg
(No such file or directory)" uri="/gallery/planet/V
> enus.small.jpg">
>     <referrer uri="/gallery/planet/pic_4.html"/>
>   </link>
> However, the source file is: Venus.11.JPG, under xdocs/images/gallery/planet.  I realize
this may overlap JIRA FOR-990, so I'll do some additional testing with the file as Venus.11.jpg
and report later.
> Unfortunately, this is the only file I currently have with multiple "dots" in the filename.
> The workaround of course is to rename the source files. I don't believe it's the intention
of the plugin to dictate the case-style for filenames. Also, converting a file to a different
case on Windows is mildly difficult as the Windows file system is case-insensitive. I'm working
on a Gentoo Linux box running Sun's JDK 

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