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The implementation of urllib.quote, as of Python2.7.
_safe_quoters = {}
always_safe = ('ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ'
'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz'
'0123456789' '_.-')
_safe_map = {}
for i, c in zip(xrange(256), str(bytearray(xrange(256)))):
_safe_map[c] = c if (i < 128 and c in always_safe) else '%{:02X}'.format(i)
def quote(s, safe='/'):
"""quote('abc def') -> 'abc%20def'
Each part of a URL, e.g. the path info, the query, etc., has a
different set of reserved characters that must be quoted.
RFC 2396 Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI): Generic Syntax lists
the following reserved characters.
reserved = ";" | "/" | "?" | ":" | "@" | "&" | "=" | "+" |
"$" | ","
Each of these characters is reserved in some component of a URL,
but not necessarily in all of them.
By default, the quote function is intended for quoting the path
section of a URL. Thus, it will not encode '/'. This character
is reserved, but in typical usage the quote function is being
called on a path where the existing slash characters are used as
reserved characters.
"""
# fastpath
if not s:
if s is None:
raise TypeError('None object cannot be quoted')
return s
cachekey = (safe, always_safe)
try:
(quoter, safe) = _safe_quoters[cachekey]
except KeyError:
safe_map = _safe_map.copy()
safe_map.update([(c, c) for c in safe])
quoter = safe_map.__getitem__
safe = always_safe + safe
_safe_quoters[cachekey] = (quoter, safe)
if not s.rstrip(safe):
return s
return ''.join(map(quoter, s))
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