Author jerith
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Date 2010-11-21.16:04:20
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On Sun, Nov 21, 2010 at 17:11, Senthil Kumaran wrote:

>>I can't see any situation in which redirecting
>> "/something?foo" to "/something?foo/" is the correct behaviour.

> As I explained, in the previous post, this would *not happen* in
> practical scenarios, because code won't reach that point for valid
> URLs.

It reaches that point in the tests I added, and the results confirm
the first two points in the original bug report. Am I mistaken?

"/something?foo" is a valid URL. If "/something" is translated to a
file on the filesystem, the content of that file is returned. If it is
translated to a directory on the filesystem, a 301 to
"/something?foo/" is returned.
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