Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 471069
Different results when 'urlopen'ing ftp vs. http files
Last modified: 2009-07-14 10:12:42 EDT
Created attachment 323192 [details]
Test script to demonstrate http/ftp differences
$ rpm -q python-urlgrabber
Trying to 'urlopen' a non-existent ftp file doesn't throw an exception, which is different from the behavior of trying to open an http file. Also, http returns a URLGrabberFileObject on success, while ftp returns something else.
Attached script produces the following output:
File GPL should exist.
file type = <urlgrabber.grabber.URLGrabberFileObject instance at 0x1831290>
file type = <addinfourl at 26466208 whose fp = <addclosehook at 26429848 whose fp = <socket._fileobject object at 0x7fcd97ffec80>>>
File foobarbaz should not exist.
Caught exception: [Errno 14] HTTP Error 404: Not Found
file type = <addinfourl at 26481944 whose fp = <addclosehook at 26481872 whose fp = <socket._fileobject object at 0x1929cf8>>>
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