Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2024-02-16 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  Andrew Badr   |Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  closed
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:  fixed
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Changes (by Mariusz Felisiak):

 * resolution:   => fixed
 * status:  new => closed

Comment:

 Agreed, the previous behavior has been restored in
 53bffe8d03f01bd3214a5404998cb965fb28cd0b (intentionally or not).

 Thanks Adam.
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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2024-02-16 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  Andrew Badr   |Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Comment (by Adam Zapletal):

 I'm unable to reproduce this issue on Django v5.0.2, so I wonder if this
 ticket can be closed. `ManifestStaticFilesStorage` is able to alter a file
 path containing `//` to the hashed version just fine. The `//` is retained
 in the hashed file's content.

 The problem may have been fixed in
 53bffe8d03f01bd3214a5404998cb965fb28cd0b, where a call to
 `posixpath.normpath` was added back. The former removal of the call is
 referenced  in the second comment above.
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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2024-02-16 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  Andrew Badr   |Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Changes (by Adam Zapletal):

 * cc: Adam Zapletal (added)

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-10-10 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  Salkot|Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
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Comment (by Jonatas CD):

 so, to make it clear, the decision in what is to be done here is this?
 (c) the decision to fail in this case should be formalised and ideally
 a clearer exception given instead of `SuspiciousFileOperation`

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-10 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  andrewbadr|Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Comment (by andrewbadr):

 Replying to [comment:9 charettes]:
 >
 > How would you suggest we generate a manifest of you static assets
 without parsing your CSS files?

 We're getting a bit off-topic, but the current implementation would work
 even if it didn't parse or alter the contents of any CSS files. To use
 this ticket as an example, the font file without a hash in its filename
 ("CrimsonText-Bold.ttf") would load just fine. Of course, this makes
 setting caching headers a little more complicated, but then again, Django
 can't guarantee, for example, that you aren't dynamically loading some
 static assets with JavaScript. Those paths in JS would not get converted
 in the current manifest system.  What we have now is an incomplete and (to
 me, a little) surprising solution. There's a case to be made that the path
 rewriting should make it easier to distinguish altered paths from original
 ones in order to address this caching issue.

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-10 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  andrewbadr|Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
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Comment (by charettes):

 > I guess I'm surprised that Django is parsing my CSS to begin with.

 How would you suggest we generate a manifest of you static assets without
 parsing your CSS files?

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-10 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  andrewbadr|Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Comment (by andrewbadr):

 Thanks, aaugustin. I guess I'm surprised that Django is parsing my CSS to
 begin with.

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-10 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  andrewbadr|Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Comment (by aaugustin):

 '''Regarding path normalization in general'''

 I don't care either way (which I why I haven't commented). I don't mind if
 sloppy coding results in exceptions. I don't mind either if we restore
 some form normalization -- as long as it's done properly, unlike the
 implementation I removed. Normalizing redundant slashes should only touch
 the path, not the other bits of the URL. You need to parse it and
 reassemble the URL.

 '''Regarding this bug report'''

 Based on the example shown in the report, I suspect the problem only
 arises if the duplicate slash is found just after STATIC_URL, which Django
 strips at some point (if memory serve). Stripping slashes on the left of
 the URL just after stripping STATIC_URL could be the correct resolution
 here. If so, it should be fairly easy to write a patch and a test.

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-09 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  andrewbadr|Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Comment (by andrewbadr):

 That's a complicated question. :) The spec is at
 https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3986.txt but Django shouldn't be in the
 business of trying to make sense of it. Hoping aaugustin will chime in
 here.

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-09 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  andrewbadr|Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
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Comment (by timgraham):

 I'm not aware of what the rules are for valid file paths. Could you cite a
 spec or something so we know what cases to support?

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-09 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  andrewbadr|Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Comment (by andrewbadr):

 @timgraham, I don't think "break on completely valid file paths" is an
 acceptable answer here. Something in Django is failing to handle valid
 paths correctly—that thing should be fixed, either by normalizing the
 paths so it can understand them, or making it smart enough to handle non-
 normalized paths.

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-09 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  andrewbadr|Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Cleanup/optimization  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles   |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal|   Resolution:
 Keywords:| Triage Stage:  Accepted
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Changes (by timgraham):

 * cc: aaugustin (added)
 * type:  Bug => Cleanup/optimization
 * stage:  Unreviewed => Accepted


Comment:

 I don't see a compelling reason to restore support for typos like this,
 but a more helpful error message could be nice, so I'd go with option (c)
 absent other arguments.

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-09 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
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 Reporter:  andrewbadr   |Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Bug  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles  |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal   |   Resolution:
 Keywords:   | Triage Stage:
 |  Unreviewed
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Comment (by edmorley):

 As part of #26249, a `posixpath.normpath()` was removed:
 
https://github.com/django/django/commit/7f6fbc906a21e9f8db36e06ace2a9b687aa26130
 #diff-c7242dedd7c93b857a668acec1e310feL179

 ...which would have previously been fixing the path like so:
 {{{
 >>> import posixpath
 >>> posixpath.normpath('/static//fonts/crimson/CrimsonText-Bold.ttf')
 '/static/fonts/crimson/CrimsonText-Bold.ttf'
 }}}

 The argument made in that commit was that "it's mostly an aesthetic issue
 and it isn't Django's job to fix it".

 It would seem that either:
 (a) this commit should be reverted
 (b) `safe_join()`'s checks should perform a `normpath()` to avoid the
 `SuspiciousFileOperation` and continue supporting these kind of typos
 (c) the decision to fail in this case should be formalised and ideally a
 clearer exception given instead of `SuspiciousFileOperation`

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Re: [Django] #27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with double slash

2016-09-08 Thread Django
#27201: Django 1.10 with STATICFILES_STORAGE breaks on absolute path in CSS with
double slash
-+-
 Reporter:  andrewbadr   |Owner:  nobody
 Type:  Bug  |   Status:  new
Component:  contrib.staticfiles  |  Version:  1.10
 Severity:  Normal   |   Resolution:
 Keywords:   | Triage Stage:
 |  Unreviewed
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  Needs tests:  0|  Patch needs improvement:  0
Easy pickings:  0|UI/UX:  0
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Changes (by timgraham):

 * needs_better_patch:   => 0
 * needs_tests:   => 0
 * needs_docs:   => 0


Comment:

 Can you [https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/internals/contributing
 /triaging-tickets/#bisecting-a-regression bisect] to find where the
 behavior changed?

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