[Catalyst] Please help to figure out with URL's
shootnix at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 20:00:05 GMT 2014
Yes, it comes from my browser, but I don't think it's normal, because I
didn't see it before in my mojolicious application.
Anyway, I think, there is the way to tweak an environment of the dev
server. Am I right? ;-)
2014-12-05 1:41 GMT+06:00 Trevor Leffler <tleffler at uw.edu>:
> tl;dr - Use c.uri_for() everything, including statics.
> I can't say why your links are 0.0.0.0/image.png without looking at the
> full source of your page. I think your browser is doing this, maybe with
> some (bad) hints.
> However... c.uri_for('/image.png') is the right way to do it. It will
> make sure the correct hostname, port, and path prefix for your application
> are used, and it makes your app relocatable -- meaning you won't have to
> change all of your static urls when your app's URL or root path changes.
> This is a typical use:
> <link href="[% c.uri_for('/static/css/my_style.css') | html %]"
> On 12/04/2014 11:23 AM, Александер Пономарёв wrote:
>> Hello to all,
>> I'm very beginner in Catalyst and now I've faced up with the problem: on
>> my dev sever (script/myapp_server.pl <http://myapp_server.pl>) I've got
>> urls to static files like, for example 0.0.0.0/image.png
>> <http://0.0.0.0/image.png>, instead of localhost:3000/image.png. (in
>> template it looks like <img src="/image.png" />
>> So, I can't load any static file in my dev-server. Please, help me to
>> figure out what's going.
>> And yes, uri_for('/image.png') works fine, but, may be, there is another
>> way to do it?
>> Thanks for youre help.
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