2014-03-22 15:56 GMT+01:00 engelbert gruber <engelbert.gruber@gmail.com>:
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other characters must be encoded %20 for a blank, ...

at least that is what i understood.

that’s what the spec says, but everything except low-level code in browsers and servers accepts such urls when pasted into address bars, links with verbatim unicode in urls are clicked and so on.

i’d say that RST should support that as well.