On Mon, 23 Jan 2006, Adam wrote:
On 22 Jan, John-Mark Bell <jmb202(a)ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
> On Tue, 17 Jan 2006, Tony Moore wrote:
>> Whilst carrying out a Google search, I copied a string into the writable
>> icon and then noticed that it contained a strange character (identified
>> later as a hard space). When I tried to delete it, NetSurf crashed, with
>> a message to send the error log to the developers.
> This should now be fixed.
I'm not sure if this is the same bug,
but the hard-space thing stillappears to be a problem here. I've
a new bug about it - sorry if I'm duplicating an old bug report, but I
couldn't find one.
Well, I said in a comment on your previous bug report that the hard-space
in paths thing needed fixing and that I'd open a bug for it. Simply
checking the bugs I've opened on the tracker would have sufficed. For
reference, it's number 1403338. I've closed the one you've just opened as
it's a duplicate of that.
Also, when NetSurf renders a page where the filename contains a
hard space, there is no indication in the URL bar that there's any kind of
character where the hard-space should be. (E.g. if ~ represents a hard
space, and a file is: "hard~space", it is shown in the URL bar as
"hardspace". This can be seen by double clicking on !Test.A Space.file and
looking at the URL bar.
Yes. This is a symptom of the same issue.