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Subject [Bug 53957] HTTP Request : In Parameters tab, when pasting lists from the clipboard, parse on ':' instead of tab.
Date Fri, 03 Nov 2017 09:30:48 GMT

Philippe Mouawad <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
            Summary|When pasting lists from the |HTTP Request : In
                   |clipboard, parse on ':'     |Parameters tab, when
                   |instead of tab.             |pasting lists from the
                   |                            |clipboard, parse on ':'
                   |                            |instead of tab.
             Status|NEW                         |NEEDINFO

--- Comment #11 from Philippe Mouawad <> ---
Thanks for patch.
See my notes below.
(In reply to Andrew Burton from comment #9)
> Created attachment 35479 [details]
> HTTP arguments delimiter
> Wouldn't the biggest use-case for copying-pasting HTTP arguments be from a
> Chrome or Firefox dev tab? In that case, we could easily make the case that
> the default argument separator would be ':' and line separator would be '&'.

In your code you didn't use colon but equal , why :
private static final String CLIPBOARD_ARG_DELIMITERS = "\t|="; //$NON-NLS-1$

So this does not pastes correctly "parsed parameters" from Chrome

But replacing it with :
private static final String CLIPBOARD_ARG_DELIMITERS = "\t|=|:"; //$NON-NLS-1$

Can lead to wrong pasting when value is an url that contains ':'

> If copying/pasting from other arguments, which would take '\t' and '\n' as
> the separators, that could be a separate check.
> I've attached a patch (also posted to the JMeter Dev mailing list) that
> applies this to
> This bug has been open for 5 years now and it's one of my biggest bug-bears
> about copying query parameters into the HTTP Arguments panel.
> We also have separate classes for the HeaderArguments panel and generic
> Arguments panel, so any specific delimiter could be applied there, rather
> than making a delimiter in the already comprehensive set of config
> parameters.

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