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Fix host parsing for file URLs #210

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@lpinca lpinca commented Jul 25, 2021

Fixes: #209 (comment)

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@lpinca lpinca commented Jul 25, 2021

Anyway url-parse does not do any validation:

> parse('file://host:123/foo/bar/baz')
{
  slashes: true,
  protocol: 'file:',
  hash: '',
  query: '',
  pathname: '/foo/bar/baz',
  auth: '',
  host: 'host',
  port: '',
  hostname: 'host',
  password: '',
  username: '',
  origin: 'null',
  href: 'file://host/foo/bar/baz'
}

The Node.js WHATWG URL parser throws an error for the same URL:

> new URL('file://host:123/foo/bar/baz')
Uncaught TypeError [ERR_INVALID_URL]: Invalid URL
    at __node_internal_captureLargerStackTrace (node:internal/errors:463:5)
    at new NodeError (node:internal/errors:370:5)
    at onParseError (node:internal/url:536:9)
    at new URL (node:internal/url:612:5) {
  input: 'file://host:123/foo/bar/baz',
  code: 'ERR_INVALID_URL'

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@3rd-Eden 3rd-Eden merged commit c798461 into master Jul 25, 2021
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@lpinca lpinca deleted the fix/host-parsing-for-file-urls branch Jul 26, 2021
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