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publish from the command-line does not translate links in feeds from HeadlinesPlugin

When published from the command-line, links in feeds from the HeadlinesPlugin aren’t translated to html links and still point to the wiki. This is not an issue when published from the wiki using a web browser, even when the options passed to publish are identical.

For example, with:


the following does not handle news or events items properly:
perl -T rest /PublishPlugin/publish web=$webname topiclist=WebHome ${PUBOPTIONS}

while this does.
curl ';web=$webname;topiclist=WebHome;${PUBOPTIONS}'

And here’s a diff comparing the links:
< <article><h1><a href="/Home/NewsAndEvents/JobsCornell23641" target="_top">Mechanical Design-Drafter (Drafter III)</a></h1></article>
< <article><h1><a href="/Home/NewsAndEvents/JobsAcad3676" target="_top">Postdoctoral Associate</a></h1></article>
< <article><h1><a href="/Home/NewsAndEvents/JobsAcad2253" target="_top">Assistant Professor</a></h1></article>
> <article><h1><a href="../NewsAndEvents/JobsCornell23641.html" target="_top">Mechanical Design-Drafter (Drafter III)</a></h1></article>
> <article><h1><a href="../NewsAndEvents/JobsAcad3676.html" target="_top">Postdoctoral Associate</a></h1></article>
> <article><h1><a href="../NewsAndEvents/JobsAcad2253.html" target="_top">Assistant Professor</a></h1></article>

-- DevinBougie - 02 May 2014

The format of PUBOPTIONS passed in the rest call is invalid; parameters have to be separated by spaces, not semicolons.

-- Main.CrawfordCurrie - 07 May 2017 - 09:11

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Subject Using an extension
Extension PublishPlugin
Version Foswiki 1.1.9
Status Answered
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Topic revision: r2 - 07 May 2017, CrawfordCurrie - This page was cached on 14 Sep 2020 - 11:22.

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