Each of its own is no problem, but the combination of them is confusing my head ! I want to to map in routes.rb an url for an article which is identified by its permalink. The permalink is unique per subdomain. Has anybody done that and can post an example ? Should I do subdomain filtering in routes.rb so I can get page-cachabled URLs (and URL rewriting in Lighttpd form subdomain-urls to page-cacheble URLs as defined in routes.rb) ?? Or does there exist a better way to achive that, without additional URL rewriting at webserver ?
on 2006-03-25 23:01
on 2006-03-26 17:29
Hi, I've been playing with different ways of doing the same thing. I'm pretty sure theres nothing in Rails that can specifically help you with this. I've been trying to get lighty to rewrite URLs but it seems that this doesn't work because Rails get the original URL rather than the rewritten one so if you come up with anything that works please let me know. Cheers, Dan On 3/25/06, Roberto S. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > URLs as defined in routes.rb) ?? > http://lists.rubyonrails.org/mailman/listinfo/rails > > > -- Dan W. http://www.danwebb.net