On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 12:29 PM, Erich Christian <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Am 07.02.2011 23:33, schrieb Daniel A. Rodriguez:
At Spanish NL site I'm seeing something like a broken chain in most pages
icons. As live site looks fine, what do they stand for?
They are just temporarily visible to support hunting down a link-checker
Well, they will be permanent when there are real broken links :-)
But yes, still are false positives - one because the link-checker does
actually check links across subsites (and not only the special
internal links), unfortunately it had a bug where it would try to also
match external links to the default subsite (the main site). I.e. any
site that features an external link (e.g. to
http://www.documentfoundation.org/somepage did try to find the page in
www.libreofffice.org/somepage). This one is fixed already.
Another bug is in assets link checking part - when an admin (or just a
person who has access to multiple projects) saves a page in "foo"
subsite while being logged in at "bar", then the assets-link check
reports a broken link when the folder the file is from is
"restricted"/owned by "foo".
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