DragonFly Object not found in Production

could please anyone help me with this issue?

thanks,

enrico


Enrico Stano

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so…

I just realized that relative links like

I’m a relative link

generate URLs like

www.mysite.it/media/etcetc

while they should generate

www.mysite.it/copisteria/media/etcetc

This happens only for relative links, for example Rails’ link_to
methodjust works fine.

Any hint?

I was following the Passenger official guide to deploy a Rails 3.x to a
subfolder.

Thank you

Il giorno luned 5 novembre 2012 19:19:36 UTC+1, enrico stano ha scritto:

On 7 November 2012 13:27, enrico stano [email protected] wrote:

so…

I just realized that relative links like

I’m a relative link

If it starts with a / is is not a relative link, it is an absolute link.
Try

I’m a relative link

Hi,

I understand your point, but it doesn’t apply with things like DragonFly
@model.file.url that resolve in /media/etcetc

But it seems an Apache/Passenger issue while deploying to a
subdirectory…
deploying to Heroku just works fine

I’ve changed a bit the issue on SO
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13237954/wrong-urls-from-relative-links-deploying-to-a-subdirectory

many thanks for your help!

Il giorno mercoled 7 novembre 2012 15:11:24 UTC+1, Peter H. ha
scritto:

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