I have now twice seen this error when saving a topic with WYSIWYG plugin.
TWiki detected an error or attempted hack - please check your TWiki logs and webserver logs for more information.
Can't locate autopath in @INC
contains: path path path path path-linux-thread-multi path-linux-thread-multi path-linux-thread-multi path-linux-thread-multi path path path path path path-linux-thread-multi path-linux-thread-multi path-linux-thread-multi path-linux-thread-multi path path path path path path-linux-thread-multi path . path)
I testing using mod_perl. TWiki SVN version is 7421
Hmmm. Not sure what I can do about this, other than eliminate the last few globals from the plugin.
I have been playing more. And the error happens so often that the WYSIWYG plugin is in practical incompatible with mod_perl. It fails one out of 3 times you save. And once failed the error comes back also when viewing pages.
I then played with it intensively without mod_perl and then it works. I have not been able to provoke the error without mod_perl.
I hope you can fix this because mod_perl compatibility and WYSIWYG are each the two main reasons for upgrading from Cairo to Dakar. Speed and WYSIWYG is what my users ask for all the time.
The WYSIWYG plugin really looks good so far. Except for this mod_perl issue.
Well, I elimnates the last few dynamic globals. It works fine with speedycgi, i can't test mod_perl.