this patch should be squashed with the previous 2/2 patch.

On 6/4/22 06:46, wrote:
+  Note that this converter doesn't do anything special with url encoded 
characters. If
+  you want to decode the value, you can use the url_dec converter on the 
output. If
+  the name of the paramater in the input might contain encoded characters, 
you'll probably

There's a typo here: paramater

+  want do normalize the input before calling param. This can be done using

You should quote "param" here to indicate that it's a keyword. This also applies to urlp above (which is part of the 2/2 patch).

Best regards
Tim Düsterhus

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