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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35148] - URI.parseUriReference treats strings with leading ':' as absolute URIs with zero-length scheme
Date Thu, 02 Jun 2005 19:16:26 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From ortwin.glueck@nose.ch  2005-06-02 21:16 -------
Gordon, 

I don't want to extend this discussion of the goals of the HttpClient project.
We should focus around this specific issue here (this is an issue tracking
system and not an evangelist forum). In short: (1) and (2) are obviously right,
(3) is somehow true and out of question. The first paragraph of (4) i have
already explained (we support non-standard servers to some extent).
The second paragraph is a problem: Yes I know that major browsers interprete
this in a certain way. They all deal with poorly written HTML which is mostly
off standards in vast areas on the internet. HttpClient is really *not a
browser*. People use it to do Webservices or XML-RPC. HttpClient does not have
to fix broken HTML links. We don't care about HTML *at all*. All we do is
*HTTP*. Parsing HTML is up to *you*. Fixing broken HTML code and broken URLs in
that code is up to *you*. Feed correct URIs to HttpClient and it will work fine.
Moaning does not help. I explained the criteria for this issue to be fixed in
HttpClient. More I can not do for you unfortunately. Even if this does not make
you happy. Sorry, mate.

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