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Re: [emacs-w3m/emacs-w3m] What does 'no such anchor' means and how-to sort it out? (#97)

On 2021-07-13 16:22, yamaoka wrote:
> Emanuel Berg responded in the emacs-w3m mailing list as follows:
> touxstone wrote:
> No such anchor: result?query=inquired&lang=en&f=concordance
> (add-to-list 'w3m-search-engine-alist
> '("skell"
> "[1]https://skell.sketchengine.eu/#result?query=%s&lang=en&f=concord
> ance"))
> It is the hash (#) that's the problem - try replace it with
> # or quote it some other way?

If that does turn out to be the problem, then it would amount to a bug
in the ability of w3m and emacs-w3m to parse a legitimate URI.

Before I posted my original response, I peeked at the wikipedia summary
of the URI specification, and it seems to allow a blank *PATH* element,
and the '#' is a standard delimiter between *PATH* and *ANCHOR* elements
that never otherwise needs to be escaped.

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