[BlueBream] Exception views, again

Justin Ryan jryan at reliefgarden.org
Mon Aug 9 03:45:16 EDT 2010

On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 11:42 PM, Michael Howitz <mh at gocept.com> wrote:
> Am 07.08.2010 um 00:41 schrieb Justin Ryan:

>> So, even though the BB paster template already declares "index" as the
>> default view for all content, I have to do this for the Exception?
> Yes.
>> It is clear that the notion of an exception view is kind of wierder than
>> normal views.
> Yes. But it allows to create and use a package like z3c.layer.pagelet (which has "index.html" as default view name of the exceptions) in an application built in BB which uses "index" as default view name of all other views.

Sure, that makes sense.  I just wanted to confirm.  This would
certainly explain what I'm seeing.

>> I actually thought some of the docs I saw might smell like that, but
>> trying your sample directive above isn't working.
> Really strange. I added my changed version to this e-mail. (I even tried to copy my ZCML code from above to a fresh copy of your unauth-test and it worked: when accessing a page which does not exists the browser shows: "login required")

Thank you, Michael, for taking the time here.

I must have made a mistake, somehow.  I could swear I also cut and
pasted, but perhaps not.

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