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From "Thorsten Scherler (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Closed: (FOR-1010) Per folder themes do not work in sub-subfolders
Date Thu, 14 Jun 2007 12:54:26 GMT


Thorsten Scherler closed FOR-1010.

    Resolution: Fixed

Like I wrote in the mail that was leading to this issue, you need to implement the structurer

Which is working fine.

> Per folder themes do not work in sub-subfolders
> -----------------------------------------------
>                 Key: FOR-1010
>                 URL:
>             Project: Forrest
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Plugin: internal.dispatcher
>    Affects Versions: 0.8
>            Reporter: Ross Gardler
>            Priority: Minor
> It is supposed to be possible to create custom views that will be applied to a given
folder. However there appears to be a problem with the generation of the theme when a subfolder
contains another subfolder which in turn provides a customised theme. To illustrate this I
have added some basic example docs to the dispatcher plugin (see the SVN record for this issue
for details).
> To reproduce the error request do forrest run on the dispatcher plugin then request http://localhost:8888/how/perFolderThemes/index.html
this page will correctly display the pelt theme without the pdf export (this is the customisation
I made to the pelt theme here).
> Now request http://localhost:8888/how/perFolderThemes/subFolder/index.html and you will
see the same theme, but it should be pelt minus the pdf *and* minues the breadcrumb trail
(as defined in pelt.fv in this folder).
> Restart forrest, this will clear the caches.
> Now request the same pages but in the other order, i.e. request http://localhost:8888/how/perFolderThemes/subFolder/index.html
first and you will see the correct theme (pelt minus breadcrumbs and PDF), then request http://localhost:8888/how/perFolderThemes/index.html
and you see the same theme (it should be pelt minus pdf, but with the breadcrumbs).
> It looks to me like the locationmap cache is being fooled into thinking the first request
match is the one needed. I don't think the error is in the locationmap but rather in the way
the dispatcher generates the theme. However, I have not done any detective work to verify

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