Re: [xml] For Windows: Allow spaces in URI paths

In message <71714C04806CD5119352009027289217FE1789 ausxmrr502 us dell com>
          Chris_Poblete Dell com wrote:

VERSIONS: libxml2-2.4.3

When used in Windows, the tag <xsl:include href="c:/Program Files/...">
is invalid since the URI string contained a space.

That's not a valid URI, is it ?

c isn't a protocol that I'm aware of. If you want to reference files on your
harddisc, you should be using file:///c%%3AProgram%20Files/... rather than
changing the interface to support your particular native filesystem.

Similar issues occur with the # character which is a valid character in a
windows filename (AIUI) but is not valid in a URI. All the more reason to
use URIs and not file paths.

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