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Turns out this is probably being caused by a proxy/SSL-config issue.
But it leads to another question. What's the best practice for
relative URIs so that this sort of problem becomes irrelevant?

This seems like the right choice: [% c.uri_for("/my/path").path_query %]

Any say otherwise?

-Ashley
On Dec 31, 2007, at 8:25 PM, Ashley Pond V wrote:

I'm sorry if this is a stupid question but I'm not in a position to
test it myself at the moment.

Does uri_for respect https/http? I have some that are coming up
http when the requested resource is https. I know I have a rewrite
rule problem too so it might be my own problem. So, this is really
just a sanity check.

Given a request to https://mysite.com/myapp

[% c.uri_for("/whatever") %]

will produce "https://mysite.com/myapp/whatever"
and not "http://mysite.com/myapp/whatever"

Yes?

-Ashley

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