Michael G Schwern <schw...@pobox.com> writes: > On 2012.7.24 9:53 PM, Jonathan Nieder wrote: >> Michael G Schwern wrote: >> >>> No, now it's just canonicalizing as early as possible. Preferably within >>> the >>> object accessor rather than at the point of use. So in the code below, >>> $full_url is already escaped/canonicalized. >> >> Let's start with this. >> >> Is svn_path_canonicalize() idempotent? What does it do when it >> encounters a percent-sign? > > Nothing, because paths are not URI escaped. :) > > You probably meant svn_uri_canonicalize(). And no, it does not double escape, > so its safe to escape as early as possible.
Are you saying that the function assumes that a local pathname would not have '%' in it, returns its input as-is when it sees one, and if the caller really needs to express a path with '%' in it, it is the responsibility of the caller to escape it? That makes it even more confusing.... > my $uri = "http://www.example.com/ foo"; > > print SVN::_Core::svn_uri_canonicalize( > SVN::_Core::svn_uri_canonicalize($uri) > ); > > That produces "http://www.example.com/%20foo". In other words, if your DocumentRoot was /var/www and you have a directory /var/www/per%cent you want to expose to the outside world, you have to say "http://www.example.com/per%25cent" yourself and the "canonicalize" function will be an identity function? I have this vague suspicion that Jonathan was asking about what your Git::SVN::Utils::canonicalize_path() sub does, so all of the above might be moot, though... -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe git" in the body of a message to majord...@vger.kernel.org More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html