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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 38385] - Nullpointer when creating URI from scheme specific part with null fragment
Date Thu, 26 Jan 2006 11:13:41 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From olegk@apache.org  2006-01-26 12:13 -------
(In reply to comment #5)
> (In reply to comment #4)
> > (In reply to comment #3)
> > > (In reply to comment #2)
> > ...
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> Oleg,
> I am doing these tests with junit on one side and rfc 3986 in the other and I 
> found that java4.net.URI has also some problems. An other thing is that if you 
> have a problem with java.net.URI is not possible to change the code. I would 
> leave at least a  wrapper around so that someone can still intervene in case of 
> problems. An other difference is that java.net.URI is unmodificable, while 
> httpclient.URI is modificable, do you think is really needed for it to be 
> modificable ? The code is perhaps in some parts "ugly" but I cannot say too bad 
> things on it since I was using it since when I found it in package 
> org.apache.util that was included in Slide in 2001/2 and also thanks to it and 
> even thanks to its errors I started to become interested in the concept. Its 
> uniqueness is in being quite forgiving in parsing
> My aim is to make a java4-independent URI only package (may be some URI 
> comparators for different scopes [like network]). I already fit java4 URI into 
> this framework and passed almost all but 3 of the (188) tests, now I am trying 
> with httpclient.URI and I am around 20 failures. I must say that I found a 
> little bit heavy the fact of needing httpclient, codec and  even logging for 
> using a URI class. JUnit made me crazy with the class loaded wrong hierarchy 
> for logging...
> Last thing...does httpclient need java 1.4 ?
> Ciao
> Michele

We may consider migrating this code to a module of its own, _provided_ someone
steps in to maintain it. Otherwise, I would very much rather prefer to use
something which is a part of standard JDK and is maintained (however badly)

HttpClient 2.0.x and HttpClient 3.x require JDK 1.2.2 only. HttpClient 4.0 is
very likely to require JDK 1.4

Oleg  



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