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Author xiang.zhang
Recipients martin.panter, xiang.zhang
Date 2016-03-22.08:56:18
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When requesting a resource from an origin server, the request-target in request line should always starts with a back slash. But in SimpleHTTPServerTestCase in, almost all the requests are sent without the back slash though the handler handles it well. The request lines are like 'GET tmpXXXXX HTTP/1.1'. I add the back slashes.

Maybe in SimpleHTTPRequestHandler, we should reject such invalid request-targets and then return BAD_REQUEST. And then issue2254 won't happen.
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