David C. Kankiewicz writes:
> "Jay, Dylan" wrote:
> > As I said, when the url is quoted there is no problem.
> > http://azonia.auslabs.lucent.com/Auslabs/AuslabsFAQ/Where%20is%20X%3f
> > causes no problems. The above object is sitting happily inside Zope with a
> > question mark at the end. I had to let the bad_id check let it pass but is
> > there any reason why it shouldn't?
> bad_id=ts_regex.compile('[^a-zA-Z0-9-_~\,\. ]').search #TS
> The .search was .match
> Changing it back restores the behavior, who changed it and why is the
> I can't find any reason why, atleast not right now.
> Maybe I need more sleep :), didn't remember the URL quoting stuff...
'?' is bad because it requires you to quote all names you
are going to use as parts of URL's.
Non-ASCII characters, too, are rightfully forbidden:
a collegue used a 'ä' in an id.
Worked fine for browsers on Windows and Linux but broke for
browsers on a Mac's.
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