收录日期:2019/08/19 20:41:40 时间:2010-06-16 01:22:21 标签:ruby-on-rails,routing

I'm trying to create a routing situation where by default, any URL's such as this:

/foo

/something

/foo.php

/somethingelse.xml

/something.something.else

etc.

will all route to one controller, assuming they don't route anywhere else.

i can get this to work with the following code in my routes:

map.myroute '/:file_or_folder', :controller => 'mycontroller'

this works fine as long as there are no dots in the URL:

/something

but this wont work:

/something.foo

any ideas?

Dots are not allowed by default. You can specify a regex for what file_or_folder can match, such as this:

map.myroute '/:file_or_folder', :controller => 'mycontroller', :file_or_folder => /.*/