current_page?('/en/my/current/page') returns false even if '/en/my/current/page' is the current url.
current_page?('/my/current/page') returns true.
which version of routing_filter are you talking about? what's your rails version? and how did you set routing_filter up?
I use Rails 3.0.0.rc and routing_filter 0.1.6
Given the following Route-File:
With Rails 3.0.9 and routinig_filter 0.2.4, I could not reproduce.
I want to know if you have still this problem.
Hi, I have the exact same issue. I'm running Rails 3.1.3 and routing-filter 0.3.0
same here: Rails 3.2.1 and routing-filter 0.3.0
but on Rails 3.1.3 + routing-filter 0.2.4 it works fine.
Reproduced on Rails 3.2.2 + routing-filter 0.3.0. Workaround is not yet found, though.
I found the cause of this issue.
The return value of request.path changed between the version 0.2.4 and 0.3.0.
When I get a page with /en/my/current/page on routing-filter 0.2.4, request.path returns /en/my/current/page. But, on routing-filter 0.3.0, it returns /my/current/page.
Because current_page? helper compares the given path and request.path, we get wrong result on 0.3.0.
Unfortunately, I've not found the way to fix it.
Restore the original path on Rails 3.2 (Issue #7)
Could somebody hitting this issue on Rails 3.2 test the fix? According to my tests routing-filter now behaves the same on Rails 3.1 and 3.2
Using Rails 3.2.2 - this fix solves the problem.
Thanks for the feedback, closing