The nturl2path module

(Implementation) The nturl2path module, shown in Example 13-15, contains code to map between URLs and Windows filenames.

Example 13-15. Using the nturl2path Module
File: nturl2path-example-1.py

import nturl2path

file = r"c:mylittlepony"

print nturl2path.pathname2url(file)
print nturl2path.url2pathname(nturl2path.pathname2url(file))

///C|/my/little/pony
C:mylittlepony

This module should not be used directly; for portability, access these functions via the urllib module instead, as shown in Example 13-16.

Example 13-16. Using the nturl2path Module via the urllib Module
File: nturl2path-example-2.py

import urllib

file = r"c:mylittlepony"

print urllib.pathname2url(file)
print urllib.url2pathname(urllib.pathname2url(file))

///C|/my/little/pony
C:mylittlepony

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