Jason Byron wrote:
> Why is it that objects can't be created because the id
> chosen contains characters that aren't proper in urls?
>  Spaces are allowed and converted to their hex values
> when you create an object.  Why not do this with every
> illegal url character?

As far as I personally know, illegal characters for id's are regulated
by what limits python sets on things, with the caveat that . is legal
even though you can't use a . in a pythonic context.

Whether it's "legalized" for URLS is totally dependant on url_quote.

ethan mindlace fremen
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