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After a few hours of frustrating xslt problems, I decided to write an extension to fix this problem.

The extension really only is an event, which redirects to the first subpage it finds. (if any)

I do still have problems with git, so if anything goes wrong with github, I apologise.. ;)

has anyone ever tried to use this in such a way that rather than redirecting to a page, a default url parameter is used?

hey huib, so far this is working great in 2.2.3.

one thing i'd recommend though, and i couldn't find an issue tracker on github, is to rename the repo to redirect_subpage without the capitalization. cloning it as is requires renaming the directory.

Yep! :-) I also renamed it:

i'm running into some issues with 2.2.5. the event isn't being copied into workspace/events like i think it should. is anyone else having this issue? is there more i can do to diagnose?

Ah, yes, I have been having the exact same problem with a new website I am developing at this moment. I thought it was me, but this might be a 2.2.5 bug (as I experienced it with another extension).

What platform do you use? (windows, linux, mac?)

Linux #1 SMP Thu Sep 1 14:04:36 BST 2011 x8664 x8664 x86_64 GNU/Linux

php 5.2.17

it seems that if i manually move the event to the correct directory, it works just fine.

Your extension still works fine with the current version of Symphony, that's great. However, I would like to use it for a multi language site (with the multilanguage the right way-approach). The extension ignores the current language and forwards to the standard language. Has anyone an idea how to make it stay within the current language?

hey moritz - I guess you could achieve this in a more robust way using url router and manually adding some redirects for the desired pages... though I'm not sure how this interacts with the htacces-language-rules of the "multilanguage the right way"-approach.

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