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From Christophe Dupriez <christophe.dupr...@destin.be>
Subject Re: Problems with new "long" links, UTF-8, allowed punctuation...
Date Mon, 25 Feb 2008 18:13:59 GMT
I have to apologize about overlooking this:
http://www.jspwiki.org/wiki/TomcatAndUTF8

IMHO, the content of this page should be included in the JSPWiki 
installation instructions.

For the other points (allowed punctuation in WikiName), I will go 
through JIRA.

Have a nice evening!

Christophe

Janne Jalkanen a écrit :
>> This allows UTF-8 letters and digits but no UTF-8 punctuation. Reason 
>> I allowed ch >= 0x80
>> in different places. Europeans knows that if you cut and paste 
>> MS-Word text within a form textarea,
>> you have many special UTF-8 punctuation. And if it is a WikiName, 
>> problems begin...
>
> Yes, and for good reason.  We won't allow UTF-8 punctuation.  There 
> are also many control characters in the 0x80+ range, which may or may 
> open attack vectors into the system.
>
>> The other point is that PUNCTUATION_CHARS_ALLOWED is changing in 
>> different JSPWiki modules.
>
> Eh?
>
>> Finaly, multiple spaces within a "long" name should be removed. Same 
>> thing for multiple dots.
>> Final dots are also generating names like "xxxx..txt" which Windows 
>> do not like so much.
>
> Windows is irrelevant.  The provider which stores these things on 
> files should take care of them.  Multiple dots are fine.  Multiple 
> whitespace... I seem to recall that we already remove it.
>
>> I see from the different reactions that I have to go through JIRA... 
>> I will do it as soon as possible.
>
> Yes, JIRA and patches are the official way.  Anything else is very 
> likely to be ignored.
>
> /Janne
>
>
>


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