CloudStorageAccount.TryParse currently throws an exception when spaces or other invalid characters, or if an invalid URI is provided in the connection string. This handles the UriFormatException, reports the issue via the error lambda, and returns false.
Fix for TryParse throwing UriFormatException when account name has sp…
…ace or other invalid characters, or if an invalid URI is provided.
Hello? Anyone there? Can someone on the team at least look at this pull request and comment on it? Even if you don't take this one, can you please fix CloudStorageAccount.TryParse so it doesn't throw exceptions?
Thanks for your work in this and sorry for the delay... So, in order for us to be able to review and possibly accept this pull request we have a requirement that can be best described here:
It's a one off thing that we unfortunately require but after that you can contribute freely to our Open source projects - which is a neat thing :)
Thanks for the update - getting company signature and will send off the agreement soon.
Doug, I've forwarded this request to someone in charge for this code base. We'll get back to you as soon as we can, ok ?
Thank you again,
Any more news on this? Or is MS not really taking pull requests for the Azure SDK stuff from non-MS developers at this point? Are there any changes I could make to get this merged?
Hi - sorry for the long delay. We're now reviewing this, and will respond later this week. Thanks for your interest!
Sounds good - I'll take a few minutes and try to update the request to patch the 1.7.1 branch today.
Merge branch 'master' of git://github.com/WindowsAzure/azure-sdk-for-net
Rewrote for 1.7.1 - please pull updated request.