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* Copyright (c) 2014, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
* for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
* BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
* @assertion
* @description Canonicalization of file URLs when the base URL is an http URL
import "../../testharness.dart";
import "resources/utilities.dart";
List cases = [
// Windows-style paths
["file:c:\\\\foo\\\\bar.html", "file:///C:/foo/bar.html"],
[" File:c|////foo\\\\bar.html", "file:///C:////foo/bar.html"],
["file:", "file:///"],
["file:UNChost/path", "file://unchost/path"],
// CanonicalizeFileURL supports absolute Windows style paths for IE
// compatability. Note that the caller must decide that this is a file
// URL itself so it can call the file canonicalizer. This is usually
// done automatically as part of relative URL resolving.
["c:\\\\foo\\\\bar", "file:///C:/foo/bar"],
["C|/foo/bar", "file:///C:/foo/bar"],
["/C|\\\\foo\\\\bar", "file:///C:/foo/bar"],
["//C|/foo/bar", "file:///C:/foo/bar"],
["//server/file", "file://server/file"],
["\\\\\\\\server\\\\file", "file://server/file"],
["/\\\\server/file", "file://server/file"],
// We should preserve the number of slashes after the colon for IE
// compatability, except when there is none, in which case we should
// add one.
["file:c:foo/bar.html", "file:///C:/foo/bar.html"],
["file:/\\\\/\\\\C:\\\\\\\\//foo\\\\bar.html", "file:///C:////foo/bar.html"],
// Three slashes should be non-UNC, even if there is no drive spec (IE
// does this, which makes the resulting request invalid).
["file:///foo/bar.txt", "file:///foo/bar.txt"],
// TODO(brettw) we should probably fail for invalid host names, which
// would change the expected result on this test. We also currently allow
// colon even though it's probably invalid, because its currently the
// "natural" result of the way the canonicalizer is written. There doesn't
// seem to be a strong argument for why allowing it here would be bad, so
// we just tolerate it and the load will fail later.
["FILE:/\\\\/\\\\7:\\\\\\\\//foo\\\\bar.html", "file://7:////foo/bar.html"],
["file:filer/home\\\\me", "file://filer/home/me"],
// Make sure relative paths can't go above the "C:"
["file:///C:/foo/../../../bar.html", "file:///C:/bar.html"],
// Busted refs shouldn't make the whole thing fail.
["file:///C:/asdf#\\xc2", "file:///C:/asdf#\\xc2"],
["file:///C:/asdf#\xc2", "file:///C:/asdf#\xc2"],
// Unix-style paths
["file:///home/me", "file:///home/me"],
// Windowsy ones should get still treated as Unix-style.
["file:c:\\\\foo\\\\bar.html", "file:///c:/foo/bar.html"],
["file:c|//foo\\\\bar.html", "file:///c%7C//foo/bar.html"],
// file: tests from WebKit (LayoutTests/fast/loader/url-parse-1.html)
["//", "file:///"],
["///", "file:///"],
["///test", "file:///test"],
["file://test", "file://test/"],
["file://localhost", "file://localhost/"],
["file://localhost/", "file://localhost/"],
["file://localhost/test", "file://localhost/test"],
void main() {
var originalBaseURL = canonicalize(".");
for (var i = 0; i < cases.length; ++i) {
var test_vector = cases[i][0];
String actual=canonicalize(test_vector);
String expected_result=cases[i][1];
Expect.equals(expected_result, actual);
}, "$i");