|| at Feb 24, 2006 at 12:18 pm
On Thu, Feb 23, 2006 at 08:48:21AM -0000, Harold Frayman wrote:
I have just moved a developing app on to a production server which is
running up-to-date (among other things) Catalyst -- 5.64 against 5.55 on
my development machine. Suddenly the request->path contains %20 rather
than spaces in urls that have them -- which screws up all sorts of
Could this be down to Catalyst and/or Cat helpers/plugins or should I be
Every change introduces at least two bugs. Every bugfix is a change.
I screwed up on this one; fortunately somebody was kinda enough to not
only fix it but add tests to ensure nobody makes the same silly mistake
again; both are included in the latest release.
Matt S Trout Offering custom development, consultancy and
Maybe, given the original point which was to distinguish spaces from
explicit '%20' in urls, I shouldn't be asking for this; but with the
latest patch in place I still have a problem. Static:Simple sees a
req->path which includes the encodings and therefore reports (correctly,
under the circumstances) that it cannot find the file specified. Does the
patch need to be applied even earlier in the processing or shouldn't I be
Meanwhile, I've posted Trout's Law on the wall.