On Wed, Jul 4, 2018 at 11:37 PM Stephan Beal <sgb...@googlemail.com> wrote:

> i don't _think_ that you can use %2f in a path component and have it apply
> different semantics than a slash. How would software know to differentiate
> between the two? That would be similar to expecting a local file name of
> a\/b to work. (If it did work, it would cause no end of confusion.)

Sure. The slash(es) would be part of the URL.
But it's the job of the "URL router" to figure it out.

There's likely a known prefix for wiki pages, so the URL's subpart after
that prefix
can be interpreted as a "name", as is.

It's definitely not "usual" to route a URL that way, but it certainly
possible IMHO. --DD
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