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Re: pound sign vs. slash as final URI delimiter

From: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 15:07:36 -0500
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Le 17 févr. 2004, à 07:11, Patrick Stickler a écrit :
> One problem with using URIrefs with fragment identifiers is that
> alot (even most?) HTTP software agents presume that the fragment
> identifier is relevant *exclusively* within the context of
> processing/intepreting a representation by some client (and I
> actually agree) and so any HTTP requests with URIrefs having

Unfortunately true.

See CUAP and fragment identifier[1]
	"""URI1 has a fragment identifier #frag, then the
	new target that the user agent should be trying
	to reach would be URI2#frag. If URI2 already has
	a fragment identifier, then #frag must not be
	appended and the new target is URI2."""

[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/cuap#cp-fragment




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