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Re: paths are sensative to double separators

From: Sebastian Rose
Subject: Re: paths are sensative to double separators
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2009 23:56:31 +0100
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Giorgos Keramidas <address@hidden> writes:
>     ssh://address@hidden//foo        The file `foo' at the file system root.
> This interpretation of URIs is not specific to `hg://' URIs, so if we do
> something that parses this sort of double-slash path in the URL library,
> it may be nice if we enable it at least for the first path delimiting
> slash after the URI authority for most schemes.  Or at least if we can
> make it configurable which schemes support this sort of thing.  A list
> of URI schemes that support this sort of path-parsing would be really
> nice to have as a customizable option :-)


Accepting URIs is the standard everywhere.

Far the most applications accept URIs. Either a path is absolute,
relative or an URI. It should be supported by default.


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