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dict-schema URLs show the underlying protocol, not just the result #1809

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RalphCorderoy opened this Issue Aug 19, 2017 · 2 comments

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RalphCorderoy commented Aug 19, 2017

Hi, curl 7.55.1-1 on Arch Linux.

This invocation shows just the data and not the underlying protocol, and
that's what I'd expect.

$ curl -sSL http://httpbin.org/links/0; echo
<html><head><title>Links</title></head><body>0 </body></html>
$

So why does this one have the `220', etc., clutter?

$ curl -sSL dict://dict.org/d:yagni:foldoc
220 pan.alephnull.com dictd 1.12.1/rf on Linux 4.4.0-1-amd64 <auth.mime> <57904075.12995.1503155897@pan.alephnull.com>
250 ok
150 1 definitions retrieved
151 "yagni" foldoc "The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (18 March 2015)"
You aren't gonna need it
YAGNI

   <programming> (YAGNI) A motto of {extreme programming} expressing
   the principle that functionality should not be implemented until
   it is needed.  The traditional {waterfall model} makes it
   difficult to add features after the specification has been signed
   off, tempting the specifier to add features that may never be used
   but which take time to program, debug, test and document.

   (2014-03-27)

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250 ok [d/m/c = 1/0/9; 0.000r 0.000u 0.000s]
221 bye [d/m/c = 0/0/0; 0.000r 0.000u 0.000s]
$

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bagder commented Aug 20, 2017

I can't think of a good reason other than that nobody ever cleaned it up...

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RalphCorderoy commented Jan 28, 2018

I'm surprised docs/KNOWN_BUGS is more read by potential bug fixers than Github's Issues. Otherwise, it looks like a way to bury bugs and get the Issue-count down. :-) Also, I now have no way of tracking if or when this issue is fixed because it has been prematurely closed. The policy and workflow seem wrong, as if pre-Github.

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