--- Comment #3 from Mark Thomas <> ---
No, RFC 3986 is not out of date. It appears that the browsers are working to a
different spec:

It is the cookie debacle all over again. Sigh. At least this time there appear
to be some efforts to work to a spec - even if it isn't the RFC.

The six characters where there appears to be a difference of opinion between
the RFC 3986 and the spec the browsers are working to are:
"\", "^", "`", "{", "|", "}"

I guess we could consider (optionally) relaxing the query string parsing to
allow these but I don't like it. We have RFCs for a reason.

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