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Parsing query string arrays #165

merged 2 commits into from Oct 13, 2017


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@mhairi mhairi commented Sep 5, 2017

When a query string has multiple of the same element. For example ‘keyword=hello&keyword=goodbye’, these form an array and should probably be parsed in R as a vector e.g. keyword = c(‘hello’, ‘goodbye’).

Currently having multiple elements of the same name in a query string just raises an error. The pull request aims to fix this and has added a test for it.

mhairi added 2 commits Sep 5, 2017
Change parseQS so that if elements of the parsed query string are the
same, they are combined into a vector.
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Merging #165 into master will increase coverage by 0.06%.
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@trestletech trestletech merged commit 8fce7d3 into rstudio:master Oct 13, 2017
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trestletech commented Oct 13, 2017

Awesome! Thanks so much for contributing, and sorry for the slow response.

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