> > This is a known bug. Thanks for the patch. The problem with it is that
> > containing backslash characters are valid on Unix. I haven't been able to
> > up with a solution to this. Any ideas?
> That's why I check for a file name that starts with a letter followed
> by a colon (hmm, maybe should check that it contains at least one
> backslash as well).
That's a good point. Although, your patch actually does the backslash
replacement regardless of whether the drive specification is present.
How about this:
+ if drive:
+ path = string.replace(rest, '\\', '/')
This will only work if win32 paths are always specified as full paths by the
browser. Do you know if this is the case?
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