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Subject: Re: More on wrongly(?) formatted urls
From: Nick Shelness <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:IETF working group on HTML in e-mail <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 26 Aug 1997 15:28:23 +0100

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Jacob, You write (> ) in response to my earlier note (>> ):-

>> RFC 1738 describes how to encode URLs. Clearly, if we only encounter
>> in text/html objects that are RFC 1738 compliant we have no problem as
>> will also be RFC 822 header syntax compliant. The problem arises when we
>> encounter URLs that are not RFC 1738 compliant and which, therefore, may
>> not be RFC 822 header syntax compliant. This then is the case, and the
>> case, in which 2047 encoding is required.
>That is a little vague to write in a standard. I would prefer to say that
>all URLs which are not RFC 1738 compliant MUST be encoded with RFC 2047
>encoding. That is, that we should not specify our own definition of which
>character codes need and need not 2047 encoding.

I agree completely with your suggestion.


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