Re: revised "generic syntax" internet draft

Keld J|rn Simonsen (keld@dkuug.dk)
Tue, 22 Apr 1997 15:17:56 +0200


Message-Id: <199704221317.PAA16930@dkuug.dk>
From: keld@dkuug.dk (Keld J|rn Simonsen)
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 1997 15:17:56 +0200
In-Reply-To: Jonathan Rosenne <Jonathan_Rosenne@compuserve.com>
To: Jonathan Rosenne <Jonathan_Rosenne@CompuServe.com>,
        "[unknown]" <uri@bunyip.com>
Subject: Re: revised "generic syntax" internet draft

Jonathan Rosenne writes:

> Message text written by Keld J|rn Simonsen
> >The natural thing there is that URLs are encoded in the charset of the
> HTML document.<
> 
> When I see it in a magazine how am I to know what charset the document had
> used?

I don't think you can see the encoding of the HTML document reproduced
in a magazine. And I was not addressing that quirk of reading
HTML in magazines, but when you have the actual file with the
HTML statements.

If you read the HTML in a magazine, well then you just read the 
abstract characters. If you want to use the URL, then you type
it in to your browser and then you are in the case described by
Martin and Frangois.

Keld