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// Copyright 2015 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
// license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
//go:build ignore
// +build ignore
This program is a server for the WebDAV 'litmus' compliance test at
To run the test:
go run litmus_test_server.go
and separately, from the downloaded litmus-xxx directory:
make URL=http://localhost:9999/ check
package main
import (
var port = flag.Int("port", 9999, "server port")
func main() {
h := &webdav.Handler{
FileSystem: webdav.NewMemFS(),
LockSystem: webdav.NewMemLS(),
Logger: func(r *http.Request, err error) {
litmus := r.Header.Get("X-Litmus")
if len(litmus) > 19 {
litmus = litmus[:16] + "..."
switch r.Method {
case "COPY", "MOVE":
dst := ""
if u, err := url.Parse(r.Header.Get("Destination")); err == nil {
dst = u.Path
o := r.Header.Get("Overwrite")
log.Printf("%-20s%-10s%-30s%-30so=%-2s%v", litmus, r.Method, r.URL.Path, dst, o, err)
log.Printf("%-20s%-10s%-30s%v", litmus, r.Method, r.URL.Path, err)
// The next line would normally be:
// http.Handle("/", h)
// but we wrap that HTTP handler h to cater for a special case.
// The propfind_invalid2 litmus test case expects an empty namespace prefix
// declaration to be an error. The FAQ in the webdav litmus test says:
// "What does the "propfind_invalid2" test check for?...
// If a request was sent with an XML body which included an empty namespace
// prefix declaration (xmlns:ns1=""), then the server must reject that with
// a "400 Bad Request" response, as it is invalid according to the XML
// Namespace specification."
// On the other hand, the Go standard library's encoding/xml package
// accepts an empty xmlns namespace, as per the discussion at
// Empty namespaces seem disallowed in the second (2006) edition of the XML
// standard, but allowed in a later edition. The grammar differs between
// and
// Thus, we assume that the propfind_invalid2 test is obsolete, and
// hard-code the 400 Bad Request response that the test expects.
http.Handle("/", http.HandlerFunc(func(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) {
if r.Header.Get("X-Litmus") == "props: 3 (propfind_invalid2)" {
http.Error(w, "400 Bad Request", http.StatusBadRequest)
h.ServeHTTP(w, r)
addr := fmt.Sprintf(":%d", *port)
log.Printf("Serving %v", addr)
log.Fatal(http.ListenAndServe(addr, nil))