102949Re: selecting a URL
- Mar 31, 2009
> Not to sound flip about it, but there's only so much you can do to guardWell, it is standards-compliant. The same was once said about spaces
> against retardery. If someone *insists* on including, bad enough
> spaces, but *punctuation* into filenames and complete urls, then *he's*
> the one with the problem. Garbage in, garbage out. If the link gets
> screwed up so that it's broken (ie, can't click-through it), then too
in filenames, but look how common that is today. You and I may hate
it, but so long as the RFC / filesystem supports punctuation in URLs /
filenames then we can't complain when users use that feature.
> I always try to separate urls with at least a space, eg, at the end of aBe conservative with what you send, and liberal with waht you receive, no?
> sentence, so there's no confusion whether/not that trailing dot belongs.
> Me personally, I wouldn't worry about trying to contort a 'vim' scriptIt depends on what the job was, I suppose.
> to deal with crap like that.
> But *publishers* (like wiki) who merge urls with other surroundingIt's perfectly legal in the standards. You might want to try to change
> text/punctuation? That's unforgiveable. Someone should edit the
> page/entry itself to fix it.
wikipedia policy, however.
You received this message from the "vim_use" maillist.
For more information, visit http://www.vim.org/maillist.php
- << Previous post in topic Next post in topic >>