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urlparse.quote added in 1.3.0 (#177) cause an issue for paths like static/node_modules/@org/package

See original GitHub issue

When I pin jupyter-server-proxy to version 1.2.0, everything works properly again. See for more information.

I’m happy to spin up a Docker container to provide you with the necessary log files for debugging. Which information do you need? How do I get the log files of jupyter-server-proxy?

FYI: I’m running JupyterHub 1.0.0 with JupyterLab 1.2.6.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:25 (19 by maintainers)

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consideRatiocommented, Mar 31, 2020

🎉 I made a release (1.3.1) of the python package to pip, conda will follow but it takes a bit of time!

consideRatiocommented, Mar 29, 2020

I’m quite confident the issue is introduced from #177’s logic.

I tried using the #177 introduced urllib.parse.quote function and conclude that @ is translated to %40 while everything else remains preserved, which is very likely to have caused the issue specifically for the request that contained the @ symbol.

from urllib.parse import quote 

@manics and @oeway - do you have a suggestion on what change make sense here?

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