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feat: decode uri path components correctly #913

merged 3 commits into from Dec 17, 2019


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@codyoss codyoss commented Dec 10, 2019

The old implementation was incorrectly treating '+' as a space. Now
the only things that get decoded in the path are uri escaped sequences.

Fixes #398

The old implementation was incorrecly treating '+' as a space. Now
the only things that get decoded in the path are uri escaped sequences.

Fixes googleapis#398
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@elharo elharo left a comment

I could swear this is reinventing something that exists in Guava, but perhaps that's only in the internal version.

@codyoss codyoss requested a review from chingor13 Dec 16, 2019
@chingor13 chingor13 merged commit 7d4a048 into googleapis:master Dec 17, 2019
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@dmitry-fa dmitry-fa commented Jan 15, 2020

This change caused the problem with using space in object names in java cloud storage:


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@athakor athakor commented Feb 11, 2020

@dmitry-fa correct, one more issue related to this changes.

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@mihalyr mihalyr commented Feb 2, 2022

Hi, in we have noticed a problem with Google Sheets API when using google-http-client version 1.34.0 or older that includes this change. The problem is handling + signs in sheet titles that lead to API failures when trying to append cells to a sheet that contains + in the title. This was working well before this change.

It is a bit confusing as the error message we get shows that the problem is that the sheet title is passed in the URL and the plus gets replaced by a space, while the value range in the body remains unchanged and this mismatch results in API failures that prevent adding cells to such sheets.

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