The graph view stopped working with Django 1.3

Issue #33 new
Anonymous created an issue

It's a shame, but it does not show even an error... ¿maybe a CSRF issue? :-/

Comments (8)

  1. Mario César repo owner

    Can you try to get a traceback? CSRF is supported on all views, depending on the view.

    The graph view has to load a js, could it be that resource is not being available.

  2. Anonymous

    I've been looking at this, seems that style and javascript files does not go through the proxy, and the the browser does not get the files... for example, "graph.js". Don't know how to solve this.

  3. Anonymous

    I really want to solve this, I'm investigating the behaviour. Seems that CSS and Javascript files are served incorrectly to the browser, Some CSS files are served even as HTML content. Any ideas on how to debug this?

  4. Anonymous

    I'm using Mercurial 1.9.2. Seems that Mecurial has changled how URLs are handler. I'm reverting to 1.8+ series and tell you if that is the problem...

  5. Anonymous

    Reverted to Mercurial 1.8.4: same problems.

    But, I've found the problem. Was my fault, but you should state clear in the README that the "static" from the "example" application should be placed in the "static" folder of the site (or include it in the django-hgwebproxy application as well).

    Testing now...

  6. Anonymous

    Everything seems to work as expected. Testing with mercurial 1.9.2 again... give me some minutes...

  7. Anonymous

    Ok, Django 1.3 + Mercural 1.9.2 and everything works now. Please, include the info about the example "static" folder in the README, that will make things easier for th 1st time installations.


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