A thihing(k) about the Login.

JPRuehmann
A thihing(k) about the Login.
JPRuehmann Tuesday 9th March 2021, 10:30:28

Hello

I am the only one that feels confused about the Login Scheme (USER@PASSWORD)?
The URL Scheme says PROTOCOL://USER:PASSWORD@HOST:PORT/PATH
So the Login Scheme could be mistaken with a eMail address for example,
I think it would be clearer if the scheme would be at least USER:PASSWORD to keep it in the Internet Standards.

Thanks,

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Fred
Fred  Tuesday 9th March 2021, 16:21:16

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JPRuehmann  Tuesday 9th March 2021, 18:07:31

Sorry, that is one point why I dont entered it as Bug or Question too.
By the Way I don´t understand what these two things have to do with each other.
And the other Question is solved by the actual Login Scheme.
The only point I am setting is that an ":" would be less confusing than an "@" at that point.
But this is only a thinking of mine it is no Feature Request too.

Fred
Fred  Tuesday 9th March 2021, 21:20:46

Ho ok alright I understand.
In fact at the beginning Flatboard used this identification format: Pseudo#Password but it was problematic for regex in PHP.

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JPRuehmann
JPRuehmann  Wednesday 10th March 2021, 09:07:20

Yes, RegEx is a bitch, not only in PHP.

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