Stephan Richter wrote:
I hope it would have sometimes a "?" in them, since this is a totally valid character. also ":" will be in 90% of the URLs. The idea here is that we want to support those silly apple URLs.


OK, I guess my point was that there's a perfectly good library function that does this, and supports marking certain characters (suchs as ':') as "safe" if you want them to be, so I'm curious as to why we're growing our own warts?

Chris

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