Ticket #4018 defect closed invalid
NoSuchResource when accessing a protected leaf resource
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When protecting a Site object which consists of a root Resource and multiple leaf resources, accessing a leaf node will result in a NoSuchResource exception.
For example, if I guard my root object, and then add to it /foo/die, then accessing /foo/die will try to render /. Setting a breakpoint on getChildWithDefault shows that self.children has "foo" in it (meaning / is being rendered) -- there's no traversal mechanism there.
This might be the way it's supposed to work (and the unit tests only really test this case, as far as I can tell from a quick look), but the documentation notes that the auth mechanism is supposed to be a drop-in solution, so either the code or doc is mistaken.