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From Stefano Bagnara <apa...@bago.org>
Subject Re: POP3ServerTest failure on MacOS
Date Tue, 16 May 2006 18:05:31 GMT
Bernd Fondermann wrote:
> Hi,
> POP3ServerTest.testNotAsciiCharsInPassword() fails on MacOS, but 
> succeeds on Linux (and presumably on Windows).
> This test is all about having non-ASCII characters in passwords.

I've to reread the RFC to remember what chars are allowed as PASS 
arguments. I know that spaces must work, but I don't know how 8bit chars 
should be handled. In fact I think, for example, that the CRLF sequence 
should be invalid in the password (or encoded).

> When reading the command line, I notice that in 
> CRLFTerminatedReader.readLine() the read INTs differ from the written 
> values (under MacOS only, of course) and thus are converted to the wrong 
> CHARs.
> Does anyone with more experience in this whole character streaming 
> business know if this can easily be fixed? Or, can we safely say that 
> this is a Ristretto defect?
> Anyway, I'd give the migration of POP3ServerTest to commons-net a try, 
> if anyone is not already working on this.

I just committed the migrated version.
All tests still pass on windows. Let me know wether the pass on MacOS or 

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