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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34602] - mod_rewrite fails to correctly deal with URLS that have escapes in them
Date Wed, 11 May 2005 23:08:52 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From michael.sinz@sinz.org  2005-05-12 01:08 -------
This is actually worse that I thought.

In the redirect case, all CGI parameters that have URL escaped characters are
munged into being double-escaped.

The "%3F" escape within the URL path part after the rewrite looks like it is no
longer escaped and now becomes the CGI introducer.

In the proxy case, the CGI parameters are fine but a number of escape codes in
the URL path part now get confused.

See the tests at http://svn.sinz.com:8000/rewrite-test/index.html

This is against Apache 2.0.54


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