[typo] mongrel weirdness
scott at sigkill.org
Tue Aug 8 15:49:52 EDT 2006
Ask on the mongrel mailing list, but none of the currently Mongrel
releases actually support this correctly yet. I sent Zed a patch a
couple weeks ago, and he cleaned it up and applied it. He should be
putting out a new official release soon-ish.
On 8/8/06, Timothy Brown <tim at scarybright.org> wrote:
> Is there any workaround if I can't do this? I'm in a hosted
> On Aug 8, 2006, at 1:32 PM, Scott Laird wrote:
> > Install a Mongrel 0.3.13.4 pre-release and then do 'typo config
> > ~/domain/typo prefix=/typo'. Pre-0.3.13.4 releases of Mongrel don't
> > work right unless they're serving rails apps from the root of the
> > namespace.
> > Scott
> > On 8/8/06, Timothy Brown <tim at scarybright.org> wrote:
> >> Hi;
> >> My setup looks like this:
> >> Apache (on :80) proxies to Mongrel (on :8885)
> >> Mongrel's "root" is ~/directory
> >> Typo is installed in ~/directory/typo
> >> if i've added in routes.rb
> >> ActionController::AbstractRequest.relative_url_root ="/typo"
> >> in the right place, is there anything further I need to do in order
> >> to achieve nirvana with typo under Mongrel?
> >> when I try to go to http://domain/typo/, I get redirected to /typo/
> >> accounts/signup (prior to the .relative_url_root change, this was
> >> going to /accounts/signup), but typo reports 'Page not found'
> >> There isn't anything of usefulness in the environment logs as far as
> >> I can see.
> >> Does anyone have any hints? My host is A2 and they've so far not
> >> been able to help me out with typo4 work. (They're using an older
> >> version of Mongrel, so typo config . url-prefix= won't work.
> >> thanks,
> >> tim
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