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With Cairo (last beta release) and AmbarSkin, SavemultiCgiScript (as ambarsave) breaks the URL and doesn't render web path. Message is "this topic does not exist yet" and bin/view//TestTopic occurs. I would appreciate any help.


TWiki version: TWikiBetaRelease2004x05x07
TWiki plugins: DefaultPlugin, EmptyPlugin, InterwikiPlugin, AmbarSkin
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-- BenoitFauvel - 22 Jun 2004


I have also been working on getting SavemultiCgiScript to work with latest beta (in my case, in conjunction with DandruffSkin). I was experiencing simiar problems as you describe with loss of the web path. In my usual non-Perl literate manner, I did a fair amount of trail and error messing around with the code. What finally worked for me was reversing a diff that MartinCleaver mentioned in SavemultiCgiScript on 12 April 2004. The key part of the change he listed was around line 170 as follows:

-        TWiki::redirect( $query, &TWiki::getViewUrl( $webName, $topic ) );
+        TWiki::redirect( $query, &TWiki::getViewUrl( "", $topic ) );

I put $webName back into that line and, lo and behold, it's working again. I don't know why nor whether it might break something else. But since no one else as responded to your question, I thought I'd pass this along for what it's worth.

Good luck!

-- LynnwoodBrown - 22 Jun 2004

All my greetings Lynnwood for your quick answer! It works fine after I replaced the line 176 by:

+        TWiki::redirect( $query, &TWiki::getViewUrl( $webName, $topic ) );
But I didn't investigate further when preview + save and save running both.

-- BenoitFauvel - 22 Jun 2004

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