Get the (modifiable) list of IComponentResolvers.
This looks very useful and easy indeed, and in Application.init() one can find and remove
RelativePathPrefixHandler and replace it with a different AbstractMarkupFilter implementation e.g. XRelativePathPrefixHandler.
But even while the List.remove(Object o) returns true, and the handler appears to be removed, it is still active.
I don't know why and what holds on to it or what creates a new RelativePathPrefixHandler.
If I add my XRelativePathPrefixHandler, it is not used.
public class MarkupParser
public final void appendMarkupFilter(final IMarkupFilter filter)
So RelativePathPrefixHandler seems to be something special and I am afraid of other potential complications in case replacement would work.
Can Wicket be fixed to make a replacement as easy as it appears to be?