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From "Sina K. Heshmati" <s...@khakbaz.com>
Subject Re: ElemTemplateElement error: carry-body-attribs caused by r887050
Date Wed, 19 May 2010 23:23:02 GMT
Sjur Moshagen wrote:
> Den 13. mai. 2010 kl. 15.36 skrev Sjur Moshagen:
>> Den 13. mai. 2010 kl. 11.50 skrev David Crossley:
>>> In default sites, "linkmap.html" is the first document to
>>> be processed.
>>>
>>> Remember that "linkmap" is a special pipeline.
>>>
>>> To help isolate the problem, try setting the "start-uri"
>>> to be something else (in forrest.properties)
>>> e.g. project.start-uri=index.html
>>
>> I will try that as soon as I have some more time.
> 
> Now I got the time, and here is the result:
> 
> X [0] index.html BROKEN: ElemTemplateElement error: carry-body-attribs
> 
> I tried with a couple of other start pages as well, and they all gave the same
> result.
> 
>>> Don't know if that is of any help.
>>>
>>> ---oOo---
>>>
>>> Sjur, you are talking about a Dispatcher-based site, correct?
>>
>> Yes, but the bug is showing up whether or not I have dispatcher enabled. I
>> stripped the plugins down to only pdf, and I still got that bug.
>>
>>> Are you sure that r887050 is the cause?
>>> Remember that the svn merge of the new Dispatcher branch
>>> happened one day prior to that date, 03 December 2009.
>>
>> I know, and that was what I suspected as well. But so far r887050 is the one that
>> triggers the bug. That doesn't mean that the bug hasn't been introduced earlier,
>> but somehow was hidden until this revision.
> 
> I found the bug - it is on our side. It turned out that at some point the default
> skin directory tree was copied from the forrest code to our project code, and
> perhaps slightly modified. This local skin copy of course was not kept in sync
> with the improvements and bug fixes made to the common skin files were transfered
> to our local copy. After I updated all local files to be in sync with the Forrest
> ones, the bug disappeared.
> 
> Anyway - this is a lession to our group, and perhaps a relief regarding the
> Forrest code: there was no bug in Forrest:)

Good job finding the cause.

Sina


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