Author martin.panter
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Date 2015-09-22.02:04:15
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Yes it also seems to apply to Python 3.

Perhaps you forgot your test script, so I made my own. After running

python3 -m http.server --cgi

The response from the following URL has no double slashes to be seen:

http://localhost:8000/cgi-bin/test.py//x//y//?k=aa%2F%2Fbb&//q//p//=//a//b//

I am not a CGI expert, but I suspect the query string bits should have double slashes, but maybe the PATH_INFO is right not to (see RFC 3875).
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