It's great that the main page for each repository includes a nicely-formatted copy of the README.rst file. I wanted to include a link to this for one of our repositories in our Wiki (rather than copying the README there, because they'll soon get out of sync). Looking at the source HTML, I noticed a line like this:
<div id="readme" class="anchor">
That's great! So I put a link in our Wiki like this:
But this just redirects to
with an error that the revision doesn't exist. If I open the repo page and then manually type in the anchor and press enter, it briefly flicks down to the correct location before the broken redirection. I realise it's not the end of the world, but it would be nice if this worked.
Anyone that actually does want to reference a particular revision can use a URL ending
/changelog/my_revision/ instead of the anchor-based one. (The trailing slash seems to be essential, otherwise you get a 404 error.)