Changes between Version 17 and Version 18 of ServerSideRedirectPlugin


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Feb 26, 2022, 7:00:44 AM (7 months ago)
Author:
figaro
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Cosmetic changes

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  • ServerSideRedirectPlugin

    v17 v18  
    1111A protection for first order redirect loop (A -> A) and second order redirect loops (A -> B -> A) is implemented, but higher order redirect loops (A -> B -> C -> A, etc.) must be handled by the browser or the user. Firefox 3 handles redirect loops well.
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    13 To edit a redirecting wiki page access its URL with `?action=edit` appended. To view the page either use `?action=view`, which will print the redirect target (if TracRedirect isn't active, which will redirect the wiki using client side code), or `?redirect=no` which disables redirection of both the ServerSideRedirectPlugin and TracRedirect plugin.
     13To edit a redirecting wiki page, access its URL with `?action=edit` appended. To view the page either use `?action=view`, which will print the redirect target (provided TracRedirect isn't active, which will redirect the wiki using client side code), or `?redirect=no`, which disables redirection of both the ServerSideRedirectPlugin and TracRedirect plugin.
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    1515Direct after the redirect target is added (or modified) Trac will automatically reload it, as it does with all wiki pages. This plugin will detect this and not redirect but display the wiki page with the redirect target URL printed to provide feedback about the successful change. However, further visits will trigger the redirect.