On 03/01/2010 05:04 PM, Adam GROSZER wrote:
> Hello Christian,
> Isn't it that anything below chr(128) converts to utf-8 as the same
> character? That would mean that slash and ampersand will stay as it
No. The spec says that if you want to use a reserved character
(depending on the scheme) you need to quote it.
> OTOH encoding is done only on non-ascii characters. Supposed that the
> encoding is utf-8. What's hardwired into absoluteURL.
But then again, it's not UTF-8 for all of the URL. No spec ever says
"code path elements to UTF-8".
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