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Check for http protocol before urlize #3755

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stsewd commented Mar 9, 2018

Fix #2085
With http protocol
screenshot-2018-3-8 bookpy read the docs
With git protocol
screenshot-2018-3-8 bookpy-git read the docs

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Nice catch, looks great for now!

I was going to say we could take a pragmatic approach to this and create a property on Project that ran Project.repo through urlparse, but really, the slice conditional does what we need to do, and this is for display only.

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humitos commented Mar 9, 2018

Yeah! I was thinking the same as @agjohnson, then I thought that it could be a template filter (in case we need to re use it). I'm 👍 on merging this as it is for now.

Altough if you know that we have more places where we will need this you can write a template filter --could be useful for .com also, since we may need to write the same code in the similar template.

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stsewd commented Mar 9, 2018

@agjohnson @humitos I was thinking the same, but felt like was over-thinking it, also I did a grep and this is the only place where this is used.

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agjohnson commented Mar 9, 2018

Haha well I'm glad everyone was thinking the same thing here. Looks like we can merge!

@agjohnson agjohnson merged commit baa6b07 into rtfd:master Mar 9, 2018

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