Title: Still a problem
Name: Stephen P
Date: 7/27/2011 8:16:45 PM
The double trailing slash like this is legitimate, as is an interior double slash like http://site.com/dir1//dir2/dir3//file.html
Title: almost perfect
Date: 4/14/2011 4:48:48 AM
it should be extended a bit to accept underscore in the server name part (i believe it's legal), and more characters in the password part. other than that, very good.
Date: 9/26/2008 1:53:44 AM
Great! This is exactly what I am looking for.
Date: 2/1/2006 4:22:08 PM
Doesn't seem to work with multiple query variables?
Title: Still the same bug ...
Date: 7/11/2004 12:59:14 PM
or is this a feature?
Title: Take that back
Date: 7/7/2004 6:33:48 AM
Ignore my last comment. Works now. I must have messed up the copy and paste somehow.
Title: Doesn't work for me
Date: 7/7/2004 6:31:21 AM
Throws an exception in dotnet including the test function on this site.
Date: 1/22/2004 1:30:09 AM
Works more stable when added "(\/)?" at the end of pattern
Date: 1/19/2004 12:04:58 PM
Excellent, except... http://www.my_domain.com
Title: Pretty nice, but...
Date: 1/9/2004 3:03:11 AM
Cool, but don't understand slash at the end of path...