Hi Collin,

I wasn't suggesting to mix both together.

Re. Hash.toQueryString: what's the issue ?

As I've mentioned before and AFAIK, the problem regarding properties
like each, etc. has been resolved.

Regards,

Tobie

On Mar 28, 12:04 am, "Colin Mollenhour" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Re using JSON: if you're going to do this you might as well encode it
> all as JSON in the first place don't you think since that would
> require extra attention on the server-side anyway? Mixing encoding
> schemes, really?
>
> I was hoping a solution that was compatible with nearly all servers
> and was still robust would be possible, but the old code's features
> were adequate before so it really isn't that big an issue. Either make
> it support full nesting, or don't. Throwing JSON into the mix is worse
> than simply not supporting nested structures, IMHO. Of course this is
> assuming that form serialization is done as I proposed rather than via
> Hash.toQueryString. I guess I'll find out soon enough.
>
> Thanks for the comments,
> Colin


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