Author jhylton
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Date 2009-03-26.20:57:49
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I'm not sure I understand the part of the code that deals with binary
strings.  I agree the current behavior is odd.  RFC 2396 says that
non-ascii characters must be encoded as utf-8 and then percent escaped.
 In the test case you started with, you encoded b'\xa0\x24'.  It doesn't
seem like this should be allowed, since it is not valid utf-8.
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