Last modified: 2007-06-13 19:23:47 UTC
Wiki installation is located in /wiki, RewriteRules were disabled for this example. When using a custom $wgArticlePath such as:
$wgArticlePath = "/wiki/$1";
Any access to the wiki though the actual entry point script such as:
Will result in the parser attempting to operate on the [[Index.php]] page instead of the page in title.
Created attachment 3757 [details]
Patch for WebRequest::interpolateTitle() to process $wgScript before $wgArticlePath
Added patch that fixes above problem. The problem originated in WebRequest::interpolateTitle(). That function tries to figure out the title of the requested page based on the $wgArticlePath. If the path is set to allow Rewrite Conditions the action pages are still requested in the /index.php?actions format, which leads to the WebRequest::extractTitle() function to return index.php.
This appears to be correct behavior per spec; /wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page&action=edit would indeed refer to a page "index.php" with additional parameters tacked on.
Your URL scheme overlaps two separate areas (the files & scripts area and the wiki-page-space area), and one's going to win out.
I would recommend fixing your URL scheme.
Upon looking at it a bit more I can see what you meant and have fixed my mistake. It may be worth it to either reconsider this behaviour or do some extra documentation or checking, as a lot of examples online provided this type of configuration and it did not yield any problems in older releases.