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I don't understand your second question. The "http://" is not part of the URL, it's part of the scheme, so I don't know where/how you would get "/http://"
don't know where/how you would get "/http://"
I'm getting some wrong GETs this days from Slurp.
Yahoo did me kindly offer to check it.
But I think its coming from someones wrong URL linking to me. So it would be really cool to simply get rid of the slash before the http for such wrong requests.
Do you see any way?