On Sun, 04 Dec 2005 07:24:36 -0800, yuppie <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Intended or not, ACTUAL_URL was released with a specific behavior that is useful for and used by some people. You can't change the behavior of ACTUAL_URL in a non backwards compatible way just to make it more suitable for your use cases.

The original use case for ACTUAL_URL was to use with anchors, and that's why it is a bug, not intentional behaviour. If you want a variable *without* the query string (which is by far a much less common use case) that's fine - but *that* should be the new variable, not the old one. It was even added in a point release, so the "changing the behaviour" isn't really a good argument.

The implementation was not complete in the first version - and I filed a bug report on it.


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