[clug] Windows ignores trailing spaces in URLs does it inject them?
clug3 at james.st
Sun Dec 9 18:45:50 MST 2012
I just complained that a URL included in an all-staff email
contained a trailing space (encoded as %20)
that prevented it from working on Mac.
But it does work on Windows, clicks through fine.
So Windows is primed to ignore random garbage in a URL.
Am I being paranoid wondering if it injects/fails to prune
certain garbage to trip up other systems?
Anyone else in this (self) select crowd seen anything similar?
There is no Perl one-liner
that a page of java can't do more correctly
Michael James clug3 at james.st
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