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Re: Unicode and JSLint

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  • abyssoft@ymail.com
    Austin, Point well taken. And, thank you for the explanation. It clarify the why and the when. George
    Message 1 of 5 , Aug 25, 2010
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      Austin,

      Point well taken. And, thank you for the explanation. It clarify the why and the when.

      George

      --- In jslint_com@yahoogroups.com, "Cheney, Edward A SSG RES USAR" <austin.cheney@...> wrote:
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      > George,
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      > To be fair it is unlikely that Unicode will become a functional part of the web, content aside, until RFC 3897 gains some traction over RFC 3896, which is not going to happen for a very long time since HTTP is inherently reliant upon RFC 3986. Dr. Fielding appears to have no ambition to introduce additional complexity into the processing of HTTP header definitions that would exist in a more I18N environment. As a result it is quite probable that ASCII, particularly 7-bit ASCII, will remain the character set of web code for years to come. At the same time it does not appear other bodies, such as IMC or the groups managed under ISOC, of the Internet's application layer particularly have any such interest either.
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      > Austin
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