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From Hideya KAWAJI <>
Subject [users@httpd] URI encoding of URI encoded file name
Date Fri, 11 Feb 2011 14:32:52 GMT
Dear All,

I am wondering if there are any way to turn-off URI encoding only for
'%' characters (ideally, only when %[0-F][0-F]).

In a UNIX file system, I am working on files which names are URI
encoded already (ex. example%28.txt), and hope to make them
downloadable via apache/httpd. Now the downloader have to specify
example%2528.txt to download it  (And the example%2528.txt will be
downloadable as example%252528.txt via apache/httpd, subsequently...).
I am now wondering if there are any to avoid this situation, by
turning-off percent encoding only for % characters.

Any idea/suggestions would be very appreciated.


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