|author||Dariusz Luksza <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sat Sep 16 13:38:58 2023 +0100|
|committer||Dariusz Luksza <email@example.com>||Mon Sep 18 19:01:33 2023 +0100|
Make HttpCanonicalWebUrlProvider extendable Change HttpCanonicalWebUrlProvider constructor access to `protected` to make this clas extendable. This way plugins like virtualhost can change value of `canonicalWebUrl` based on the HTTP context request. The problem with different canonical web urls comes into play when virtualhost and download-commands plugins are used together. When looking at the virtual host site and opening `Downloads` dialog, the main host canononical web url will be used in download urls. This may confuse users. In order to fix that problem we need to make the default HttpCanonicalWebUrlProvider extendable. Then we can bind it to a custom implemenation in virtualhost plugin. Bug: Issue 299833801 Release-Notes: Allow modules to provide different logic for the HTTP canonicalWebUrl Change-Id: I8321b153782e0bf8131c66ebe477902a434c6dc1
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