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Wire404Exception() and wire404() causing redirect loop


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Hello community,

in order to prevent the output of a paginated page – when there are no items for the given page number – i always used a 404 exception based on Ryans recommendation. Such as

if($input->pageNum>1 AND !count($stores)){
    throw new Wire404Exception();

That worked well in the past.
But in a current project throw new Wire404Exception() and also wire404() are both causing an infinite redirect loop.

Having a look in the network inspector, i saw that there are ping-ponged redirects from e.g. from /page2 to /page2/ to /page2 to /page2/ and so on. Essentially rediects between the page WITH and WITHOUT a trailing slash. Fiddling around i found that this is caused by the trainling slash setting of the page template: This infinite redirect only happens if a trailing slash on the page number url segment is enforced – if the setting is "doesn't matter" than the 404 works as expected again.

I really like to enforce the trailing slash but this seems to break the 404 exception handling.
Did I oversee something?

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