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[REBOL] Re: Rebol's reading of URLs

From: nitsch-lists:netcologne at: 23-Aug-2003 17:24

Hallvard Ystad wrote:
>Dixit Petr Krenzelok (11.18 23.08.2003): > >>I think that what happened has nothing to do with non allowed chars in >>url parser etc. - imo console took the text right after semicolon as a >>comment ;-) >> > >Ah, very plausible! Why didn't I think about that... >But the PS example: > >>> >>> >== >is still annoying. Why isn't %3B turned into a semicolon when the other two entities transformed? Does console care for me and want me to avoid the confusion I just had? >
helps !>> to-string == {} ? also you could use !>> to-url or #[url! ] to write such urls in code. not perfect, but..
>Thanks for clearing it up, anyway. > >Hallvard > >Prętera censeo Carthaginem esse delendam >