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From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-08 11:08:23

> > * Did you also change the utility.htm target anchor to use %20?
> No, I was hoping it would be considered identical. My hope was to keep
> HTMLTidy happy locally without having to go and fix up other parts of
> Boost, possibly breaking other cross-references.

I believe both need to use %20 (see below), but underscore would be safer.
> > But do we know what is actually valid? It is pretty scary if even
> > HTMLTidy can't figure out the "right way". Need to do some research.
> I don't know what you mean. HTMLTidy claims the space is illegal and
> is unambiguous about it.

According to RFC1630: <>
   Spaces and control characters in URLs must be escaped for transmission in HTTP,
   as must other disallowed characters.


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