[jcifs] Re: SMB URL encoding/decoding
Michael B Allen
mballen at erols.com
Sun Feb 24 12:55:07 EST 2002
On Sun, 24 Feb 2002 02:35:09 +0100
James Nord <teilo at teilo.net> wrote:
> >Let's not loose the focus of the real problem here though. SMB servers
> >allow the '@' sign but the various URL RFC's do not.
> As do HTTP servers - FTP servers... why is the smb url the special case?
I mean in general the other schemes don't support '@' in the path without
escaping it (except in this case of FTP that you cited?). I'm not familiar
with the intimate details but it seems to me the '@' is creating a special
case for the SMB URL and if we can just dodge this one thing we can dump
all the escaping (or at least you don't *have* to URL encode).
May The Source be with you.
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