Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
>> Hmph, do you mean the third example of this?
>> $ python
>> >>> import os
>> >>> os.path.expanduser("~/repo")
>> >>> os.path.expanduser("~junio/repo")
>> >>> os.path.expanduser("~felipe/repo")
>> which will give "~felipe/repo" that is _not_ an absolute repository
>> because no such user exists on this box?
>> It is true that in that case fix_path() will not return early and
>> will throw a bogus path at "git config", but if the "~whom" does not
>> resolve to an existing home directory of a user, I am not sure what
>> we can do better than what Antoine's patch does.
> I was thinking something like this:
> if url.scheme != 'file' or os.path.isabs(url.path) or url.path == '~':
That did cross my mind.
I know ~/ and ~who/ are expanded on UNIXy systems, and I read in
Python documentation that Python on Windows treats ~/ and ~who/ the
same way as on UNIXy systems, so the "begins with ~" test would work
on both systems. But it is probably a better design to outsource
that knowledge to os.path.expanduser(), with the emphasis on "os."
part of that function. That way, we do not even have to care about
such potential platform specifics, which is a big plus. The only
possible difference that approach makes is the above example of
naming a non-existent ~user, but that will not work anyway, so...
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