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Patch of patch for removal of /home (against daily builds)

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Community Member, 4 Posts

23 May 2007 at 9:35am



As elijahlofgren noticed applied patch to daily is not fully functional
so i'm creating new one with few adjustments:
simplification of some functions as in silverstripe/sapphire/core/control/Director.php you can see that i replaced few lines with one :)
static function getControllerForURL($url) {
if(isset($_GET['debug_profile'])) Profiler::mark("Director","getControllerForURL");
- $url = str_replace('//','/',$url);
- if($url[0] == '/') $url = substr($url,1);
- if($url[strlen($url)-1] == '/') $url = substr($url,0,-1);
+ $url = preg_replace( array( '/\/+/','/^\//', '/\/$/'),array('/','',''),$url);
$urlParts = split('/+', $url);

and so on...
What i would say that i did test speed of str_replace and
preg_replace and get to conclusion that str_replace IS FASTER :)
but in our case i don't think so it is important
because my test case was 200MB Sent mail file (on /dev/shm so no disk usage at all ) and i used 2 cases with next code
$handle = @fopen("/dev/shm/Sent", "r");
if ($handle) {
while (!feof($handle)) {
$buffer = fgets($handle, 4096);
preg_replace('/mailto:/','something', $buffer);
#str_replace('mailto:','something', $buffer);

and situation is that difference is 2-3 seconds with running time of
13+ seconds for both of them (200 MB :) ).


Google Summer of Code Hacker, 222 Posts

24 May 2007 at 2:49pm

It seems that /home removal patch breaks forms that do processing in the HomePage_Controller because it redirects the forms submission and loses the contents that were submitted.

In order to get the Browser Poll example explained in Tutorial 3: ( ) I had to apply the following patch:

That patch makes the redirection happen only if $_GET and $_POST are empty.

Hope this helps,

Elijah Lofgren


Community Member, 4 Posts

24 May 2007 at 10:25pm

Edited: 24/05/2007 11:48pm

Yes you are definitely correct in that regard. I have noticed that regression (comments did not work on specified page)
but could not find elegant solution, and your is definitely good - best one :)
Your patch does have a small bug. You introduced check for _GET but it always have minimum one value - 'url' param that is created from mod_rewrite rule
so i changed your patch to check if _GET == 1.

and once more thanks for idea :)



Community Member, 231 Posts

28 May 2007 at 2:13pm

Good team work guys! :D Everything should be applied.