Improve handling of "extension-less" pages
|Reported by:||izzy||Owned by:||Shun-ichi Goto|
It would be nice to have the handling of "extension-less" pages (i.e. "Default-pages") improved. At the moment, a wiki page without language prefix is just listed as "default". My suggestions depend on the page type - and an additional entry for the
trac.ini to either use the current way - or the improved way as described here:
user_pages: Instead of "default",
wiki.default_lang should be used (if set - otherwise stay with the current behavior).
system_pages: Here we usually don't have language-specific versions, but all of these pages are using the same language. Since this language is not necessarily be identical with the
default_lang, but still may differ (e.g. if a localized version of Trac is used), the "language" part could simply be omitted.
To be more safe (especially for the system_pages), the before mentioned
trac.ini entry could be duplicated: one for the user_pages, one for the system_pages. Examples for the values could be: "default" (literally), "system" (use the default_lang defined in the
wiki section), or a 2-char language code - where the latter makes not too much sense, since it would be identical to default_lang in 99% of all cases I can think of, so "default" and "system" should be sufficient.
[wiki-negotiator] system_pages_default_lang = none # no language part to display; alternative: system|default user_pages_default_lang = system # use wiki.default_lang; alternative: default
system_pages_default_lang is set to
none, and a system page with language variant is encountered (who knows?), simply fall back to the current behaviour for that page only.
system is to be preferred over a explicitly given language code, since this avoids double declaration (and a probable cause for mistakes).