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    • CommentAuthordavemee
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2011
     
    I'm running apache in a virtual machine which mounts the local mac filesystem as its document root. This lets me switch symlinks around to flip between hosts in a pretty lightweight environment.

    I've set up paths in MadGDBp - the two paths point to the same actual files, but something freaky happens when there are spaces in them. They are switched to "% " escapes, which presumably aren't being escaped.

    The following error comes from a simple phpinfo() script on a page

    Warning: main(/mnt/hgfs/davem/Documents/Ongoing/project/5% -% Production/dev/HTDOCS/phpinfo.php) [function.main]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /mnt/hgfs/davem/Documents/Ongoing/project/5 - Production/dev/HTDOCS/phpinfo.php on line 3

    (/mnt/hgfs is the virtual linux machines' hook to the real machine's /Users directory )

    Other than the obvious DON'T USE SPACES - could this issue be looked at for a future release?
    • CommentAuthordavemee
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2011
     
    In the Connection Log, I notice an entry

    "Dir: Send, TXr: 3, TXw:4, Contents:

    source -f file:///mnt/hgfs/davem/Documents/Ongoing/project/5%%20-%%20Production/dev/HTDOCS/phpinfo.php -i 4"

    Looks like %%20 is mapping to a space, whereas something is only mapping %20 back into a space.
    • CommentAuthordavemee
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2011
     
    And if I'm useful, I should say I'm running MacGDBp 1.4.1 (91.97)