I’m speaking WELL beyond my area of expertise here, but…
I’ve noticed that when I create subdirectories in my local mason path,
I also need to create those subdirectories in my normal web path, as
well as the appropriate index.html file where applicable. It appears
that Mason won’t look in a local directory unless it exists in the
normal $rtbase/WebRT/html directory.
So, in order for Mason to look in $rtbase/local/WebRT/html/Matthew, you
would have to also create $rtbase/WebRT/html/Matthew… even though you
would still maintain the local files in the “local” directory. If you
want to use $rtbase/local/WebRT/html/Matthew/index.html, you would have
to simply touch/create $rtbase/WebRT/html/Matthew/index.html.
This wouldn’t happen to be your problem would it? Also, if any of this
is incorrect, someone please chime in with the correct info.
“Matthew Watson” writes: