From: Michael Kay <mike@sa...> - 2005-11-13 16:41:49
After this change, Saxon will assume that any % signs in the URI represents
the result of escaping a special character. So the filename "100%.xml" must
be written as "100%25.xml". The URI "20%MOREBUCKS.xml" will be rejected as
> -----Original Message-----
> From: saxon-help-admin@...
> [mailto:saxon-help-admin@...] On Behalf Of
> Christian Roth
> Sent: 13 November 2005 01:13
> To: Saxon-Help Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [saxon] Absence of %encoding in href attribute
> of xsl:result-document
> Michael Kay wrote:
> >I have logged a bug and it will be fixed in the
> >next release.
> In the bug description, it reads:
> Thus Saxon currently allows
> but under the spec it should also allow
> href="file:///c:/My Documents/out.html"
> I'm unsure what the final URI result should be for:
> (1) href="file:///20%50BUCKS.txt";
> (2) href="20%50BUCKS.txt"
> (3) href="file:20%MOREBUCKS.txt"
> How does the processor determine whether it needs to quote
> the '%' sign
> or if it is already an URI what it looks at, and therefore must not
> quote unallowed characters?
> Note that the file on disk for (2) is actually named "20%50BUCKS.txt".
> Regards, Christian.
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From: Colin Paul Adams <colin@co...> - 2005-11-15 09:47:15
>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Kay <mike@...> writes:
>> But I accidentally discovered that Saxon DOES support mailto -
>> I got my email message delivered OK.
Michael> Thanks, that's nice to know.
However, http DOESN'T work.
I got it working with gestalt, and then tried using the same
stylesheet with saxon to the same server.
The server never saw the request.
I might be having a go with ftp in a few days - if so I'll let you
know the result.