Jonas Walldén <<jonasw[at]roxen.com>> wrote:
>>>> commit bcd4e7c2ec8b80be1326a38ad13476e5890c06dd
>>>> Only lowercase the hostname, not the path
>> Good one, thanks.
> Aren't you breaking existing code with those changes?
Well, only insofar sites happen to have case differences in the port
paths, I hope.
I did another checkin shortly afterwards for a place I forgot.
> Two of the calls to lower_case() had other benefits which I've now
> compensated for.
> Have you verified that the subsequent call to glob() gets lowercase
> strings for the hostname part of the URL regardless of what the user
> types in his browser?
At least for the http protocol I have: It's built from id->misc->host
which always is a lowercased canonicalized host:port string. (The ftp
protocol simply picks the first configuration for a port, so it's not