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Re: punycode vs. No such anchor
- From: Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2012 00:12:41 +0900
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Naohiro Aota <naota@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
(B> jidanni@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
(B>> $BGr0f(B> I've just fixed to display "No such anchor: 01$B7n(B16$BF|(B" in CVS
(B>> OK. I think you forgot that the message should include the error causing "#".
(B> I don't see why we should include "#" ... or am I getting you wrong? :S
(B> Could you tell us more detailed your opinion about it?
(BJidanni, I'm sorry for having discussed in Japanese. What we did
(Bwas that only we realized the punycode encoding for name anchors
(Bis unnecessary and Shirai-san removed it in CVS. It wasn't a help
(Bfor illegally composed name anchors. Now you'll simply get:
(BNo such anchor: 01$B7n(B16$BF|(B
(BBTW, Shirai-san told he found out that MS-IE does work for such
(Bbad name anchors. Though, we don't have to follow it, don't we?