Problems with Virtual Domain and r:find

I have been using the Virtual Domain extension for several websites
lately. Radiant is big and uses lot’s of resources, so it is nice to
host several small related sites on one installation…

But now I have a problem: <r:find> is not working, at least for sites
that are not part of the “main” domain. It is very weird. Prior to
0.6.4 and the updated Virtual Domain, this all worked fine. Has anyone
else seen this. It doens’t return an error, just nothing…

Keith

Keith B. [email protected] writes:

I have been using the Virtual Domain extension for several websites
lately. Radiant is big and uses lot’s of resources, so it is nice to
host several small related sites on one installation…

But now I have a problem: <r:find> is not working, at least for sites
that are not part of the “main” domain. It is very weird. Prior to
0.6.4 and the updated Virtual Domain, this all worked fine. Has anyone
else seen this. It doens’t return an error, just nothing…

I’ve seen it. And I’ve sent a patch off to Todd W. that fixes it
and adds support for referencing pages from other domains. That is,
with the virtual domain extension the root url ‘/’ references the
virtual domain, so there’s no way to include a page from a different
domain but same Radiant instance. I changed that to allow urls like:

<r:find url=“www.example.com:/terms_of_use”/>

Thanks for sending this message though, because I needed to follow-up
with Todd and send him another file.


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On Jan 9, 2008 3:39 AM, J Aaron F. [email protected] wrote:

else seen this. It doens’t return an error, just nothing…
with Todd and send him another file.
Its all in now. You can grab trunk or the new rel_1-2-3 tag.

-todd[1]

This works very nicely. Thanks. And it is a nice added bonus to be
able to access pages from other websites within one Radiant
installion. Nice work, both of you.

Keith