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Author vstinner
Recipients Arfrever, bkabrda, christian.heimes, fweimer, georg.brandl, gregory.p.smith, iankko, mpessas, pitrou, tim.peters, timehorse, vstinner
Date 2013-05-17.07:51:18
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> Are multiple wildcards per fragment even specified?

I don't know the standard, but it sounds strange to have more than one wildcard per part of an URL. "*.*.*" looks valid to me, whereas "*a*a*a*" looks very suspicious.

Said differently, I expect:

assert max(part.count("*") for part in url.split(".")) <= 1

"*" pattern is replace with '[^.]+' regex, so I may not cause the exponential complexity issue. (I didn't check.)
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