--- Comment #5 from 2010-08-25 22:15:01 UTC ---
Attachment 7649 also shows inconsistent behaviour with "%". IE does not seem to
support percent-encoding in fragments at all; it takes the "%" sign literally
even if the two characters that follow could be hex digits. (If it did support
percent-encoding in fragments, this were all moot, since we could just
percent-encode these characters.)

Other browsers seem to try to guess how "%" was meant, but do it differently:
Chrome prefers to take it literally, Mozilla and Opera prefer taking it as a
hex number. location.hash is different again: Mozilla decodes it, but Chrome
and Opera don't.

I have not found any practical issues with "[" and "]" so far.

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