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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 Test resolution of relative Windows-like URLs.
import "../../testharness.dart";
import "resources/utilities.dart";
// Format: [baseURL, relativeURL, expectedURL],
List cases = [
// Resolving against Windows file base URLs.
["file:///C:/foo", "http://host/", "http://host/"],
["file:///C:/foo", "bar", "file:///C:/bar"],
["file:///C:/foo", "../../../bar.html", "file:///C:/bar.html"],
["file:///C:/foo", "/../bar.html", "file:///C:/bar.html"],
// But two backslashes on Windows should be UNC so should be treated
// as absolute.
["http://host/a", "\\\\\\\\another\\\\path", ""],
// IE doesn't support drive specs starting with two slashes. It fails
// immediately and doesn't even try to load. We fix it up to either
// an absolute path or UNC depending on what it looks like.
["file:///C:/something", "//c:/foo", "file:///C:/foo"],
["file:///C:/something", "//localhost/c:/foo", "file:///C:/foo"],
// Windows drive specs should be allowed and treated as absolute.
["file:///C:/foo", "c:", ""],
["file:///C:/foo", "c:/foo", ""],
["http://host/a", "c:\\\\foo", ""],
// Relative paths with drive letters should be allowed when the base is
// also a file.
["file:///C:/foo", "/z:/bar", "file:///Z:/bar"],
// Treat absolute paths as being off of the drive.
["file:///C:/foo", "/bar", "file:///C:/bar"],
["file://localhost/C:/foo", "/bar", "file://localhost/C:/bar"],
["file:///C:/foo/com/", "/bar", "file:///C:/bar"],
// On Windows, two slashes without a drive letter when the base is a file
// means that the path is UNC.
["file:///C:/something", "//somehost/path", "file://somehost/path"],
["file:///C:/something", "/\\\\//somehost/path", "file://somehost/path"],
void doTest(int i) {
String baseURL = cases[i][0];
String relativeURL = cases[i][1];
String expectedURL = cases[i][2];
}, ' $i ["$baseURL", "$relativeURL", "$expectedURL"]');
void main() {
var originalBaseURL = canonicalize(".");
for (var i = 0; i < cases.length; ++i) {