Re: [xslt] document() implementation: unquoting

On Wed, Dec 04, 2002 at 06:45:11AM -0500, Daniel Veillard wrote:
> > Anyway it seems to be a bit strange, user is expected document to fetch
> > the URI as it was passed, not unquoted.
> that's not quoting, it is escaping.

Yes, I was thinking at unquoting (i.e. escaping) but I wrote down
'quoting', sorry.

> The unescaping is done as part of the URI reference analysis. What's missing
> is that once passed to the HTTP layer, the resulting URL should be escaped
> before being pushed down the socket.

> > I would only like to know if this is supposed to be a bug or a desired
> > feature (and so meaning that it wont be changed in the future).
>   I think it should be fixed, i.e. it's a bug. The enclosed patch does this,

Thanks, before start using the patch anyway I would like to know if you
plan to embed it in next release of libxslt. I really don't want to keep
on patching libxslt forever :-)

>     thanks for the report,

Thanks for the (really quick) fix, I'm going to try it.


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