Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I'm
> > currious, why aren't arbitrary characters allowed in object ids?
> I cannot tell you precisely.
> My guess:
> It was an initial simplification to avoid URL quoting at
> many places. With the given restriction, you can use
> ids directly in URLs -- no need to escape parts of them.
> I hope (and expect) that the restriction will be dropped
> when Zope becomes unicode based.
> Not because I miss characters like "+?/..." but because
> international letters should be allowed in ids.
It will be the case in Zope 3 (only "/" will be forbidden in ids (=names)).
For Zope 2 I strongly doubt we'll have full unicode ids.
Florent Guillaume, Nuxeo (Paris, France)
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