Brian Ingerson wrote:
> I certainly don't want to hold up any progress with my rather specific
> needs for Perl. The reason I didn't concede this point earlier is that I
> suspected it might be a red herring on Oren's part, and I wanted to see
> all the issues delved deeply. I think we have a lot more out in the open
Ur, I think it was Clark who first spotted the problem. I admit I'm the
chief trouble-maker at this point, however :-)
> So, regardless of whether we need them or not, I want to propose the
> following list of types for Perl data:
> What I need to know from you, Oren (or Clark), is if all the above URIs
> are valid.
From a glance at the productions in http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2396.txt they
seem to be.