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From "Bruno P. Kinoshita" <brunodepau...@yahoo.com.br.INVALID>
Subject Re: Support Percent-Encoding (described in RFC3986 and RFC7578)
Date Sun, 01 Oct 2017 11:52:06 GMT
Hi Giannis,
Had a quick look at the ticket, but with limited Internet I can't really thoroughly read and
comment about it. Sometimes it may be easier to review a proposal for a new feature like yours
if there is some code somewhere.
So if creating the pull request wouldn't take too long, it might be a good idea. So if you
receive no replies here for a while, try replying to this thread with your pull request if
you have prepared one.
As most Commons components are maintained by volunteers, sometimes it happens that they are
busy with other components (or with life/work/etc), so it may - or may not - take a while
to get a feedback on your proposal. Having the pull request may speed up things a bit.
Hope that helpsBruno

      From: Giannis Sermetziadis <sermojohn@gmail.com>
 To: dev@commons.apache.org 
 Sent: Saturday, 30 September 2017 9:31 AM
 Subject: Support Percent-Encoding (described in RFC3986 and RFC7578)
   
Hi there. I already created a Jira ticket for this (CODEC-240), but
then found the contribution instructions :)

My suggestion is to provide a codec that implements the
Percent-Encoding as defined in RFC3986 and RFC7578. This is similar to
URLCodec but does not force the ' ' to '+' encoding and others, but
follows the spec by encoding with what the spec defines only the
octets that are outside the allowed set of the encoding being used.

I can provide a pull-request, if you agree that this is useful.

Giannis

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