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From "Martin Strand" <do.not.eat.yellow.s...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Shell, <base> and relative paths
Date Mon, 08 Jan 2007 00:20:15 GMT
If anchor links is the *only* problem with using a different <base> (i  
don't know), i'ts probably better if people who need them are forced to  
use a certain component:
<a href="#top" t:type t:type="AnchorLink">Top</a>

In your example, Tapestry would then render that as:

<a href="http://localhost:9999/d1/UsingBase.html/foo/foo#top">Top</a>

and the link would make the browser scroll instead of sending a new  


On Sun, 07 Jan 2007 14:45:26 +0100, Kent Tong <kent@cpttm.org.mo> wrote:

> Martin Strand <do.not.eat.yellow.snow <at> gmail.com> writes:
>> Using a <base> different than the current url messes up simple anchor
>> links. I.e. this would result in a new request rather than just  
>> scrolling:
>> <a href="#top">Top</a>
>> I'm sure this doesn't bother everyone but I have lots of those links and
>> that's the reason I don't use <base>
> I see. Then I guess we'd need something that is easier to use than Image:
>   <img src="../images/foo.gif" t:type="TemplateRelativeResource"/>
> Such a TemplateRelativeResource is like the Any component, it will just
> output the element it is associated with. But it won't evaluate the
> attributes. Instead, it will try to convert a particular attribute
> ("src" here) of the element from a relative path to an absolute URL,
> assuming that it is relative to the page template. It should work no
> matter the template is in the context root or on the classpath.
> It should have some built-in knowledge:
> For <img>, convert the "src" attribute.
> For <link>, convert the "href" attribute.
> For <a>, convert the "href" attribute.
> ...
> For unforeseen cases, it should take an "attribute" parameter.
> There may be an annotation in the page class to indicate that Tapestry
> should treat all <img> elements in the page as TemplateRelativeResource.

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