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Author pitrou
Recipients gvanrossum, janssen, jimjjewett, loewis, mgiuca, orsenthil, pitrou, thomaspinckney3
Date 2008-08-07.14:20:04
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Le jeudi 07 août 2008 à 13:42 +0000, Matt Giuca a écrit :
> The reasoning is this: if we allow non-ASCII characters to be escaped,
> then we allow quote to generate invalid URIs (URIs are only allowed to
> have ASCII characters). It's one thing for unquote to accept such URIs,
> but I think we shouldn't be producing them. Albeit, it only produces an
> invalid URI if you explicitly request it. So I'm happy to make the
> change to allow any character to be safe, but I'll let it go to
> discussion first.

The important is that the defaults are safe. If users want to override
the defaults and produce potentially invalid URIs, there is no reason to
discourage them.
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2008-08-07 14:20:06pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, gvanrossum, loewis, jimjjewett, janssen, orsenthil, thomaspinckney3, mgiuca
2008-08-07 14:20:05pitroulinkissue3300 messages
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