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[Bug 10461] This algorithm needs more detail on how the data is to be actually encoded. E.g. does it depend on the document encoding, etc.

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--- Comment #2 from Anne <annevk@opera.com>  2010-09-26 09:31:04 ---
Basically, multipart/form-data format is very generic. For interoperability
HTML5 should detail how the format is being used. (Or we should just take over
the definition of that format entirely, as it is rather vague.)

If the document the <form> is in is encoded as windows-1252 will text fields be
represented using text/plain;charset=windows-1252 or is
text/plain;charset=utf-8 ok too? Or is the charset parameter left out by user
agents?

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