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From "Daniel S. Haischt">
Subject Re: [core] Directories w/spaces
Date Tue, 26 Aug 2003 14:12:00 GMT
just as a starting point (don't know whether it helps or not, tho).

what about:

String test1 =
   "file:///Program Files/MyProgram/test.txt", "UTF-8");
String test2 =
   test1, "UTF-8");

System.out.println(test1 + "\n" + test2);

it would decode/encode your strings which are containing


daniel s. haischt

James Strachan wrote:
> On Tuesday, August 26, 2003, at 02:37  pm, Alex Blewitt wrote:
>> On Tuesday, Aug 26, 2003, at 13:49 Europe/London, Jason Dillon wrote:
>>> Looks like the deployment system is not very happy with directories 
>>> with spaces in the path.  I looked into this some but I am stumped 
>>> with how to fix this right now.
>>> URI does not like a space in its spec, but URL is just fine with 
>>> this.  ServiceDeploymentPlanner is taking its DeployURL and turning 
>>> it into a URI, which fails if the URL has a space.
>>> I tried a few hacks to get around this, but then other bits of the 
>>> system fail from the space in the URL too.
>>> Is there a global solution to this problem, so we can translate a 
>>> urlspec into a URL which will also work for a URI and not break 
>>> reading content from file URLs too?
>> URI spaces should be escaped into %20 IIRC. So 'new URI("Hello 
>> World")' may fail, while 'new URI("Hello%20World")' may work. Of 
>> course, it then depends on the URI being properly unencoded at the 
>> other end where required.
> Thats a HTTP thing isn't it? Doesn't work for file based URIs AFAIK.
> James
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