lektor.utils.join_path (a, b)

  • New in Lektor Version 2.0

Given two Lektor paths this joins them together with the rules that Lektor set up for this. In particular this is important in the presence of virtual paths which have their own join semantics.


>>> from lektor.utils import join_path
>>> join_path('/blog', 'hello-world')
>>> join_path('/blog', '@archive')
>>> join_path('/blog@archive', '2015')
>>> join_path('/blog@archive/2015', '..')
>>> join_path('/blog@archive', '..')

Special note should be taken for the numeric virtual path of paginations. It is considered to be on the same level as the actual record:

>>> join_path('/blog@2', '..')
>>> join_path('/blog@2', '.')