[drupal-devel] [bug] QUICKFIX: Vocabulary node type checks are bogus
drupal-devel at drupal.org
Sun Jan 16 14:00:48 UTC 2005
Category: bug reports
Assigned to: Goba
Reported by: Goba
Updated by: Goba
Attachment: http://drupal.org/files/issues/Drupal-fix-vocab-node-types.patch (1.27 KB)
The vocabulary node types checks in taxonomy.module are very vulnerable
to having node types names as prefixes of other node type names %%%s%%
as it is there with %%blog%% will match a lot more, then just this
simple node type. I have a special blogmark type for example, which is
found for %%blog%%.
Since the node types are stored in a comma separated list, the solution
is to search for 'blog' or '%%,blog,%%' or 'blog,%%' or '%%,blog', that
is matching only for that node type, or matching that node type in a
list, or at the beginning of a list, or at the end of a list. It does
not look elegant, but this is the solution for the format used.
This probably also applies to 4.5.0, the patch is against HEAD.
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