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There are a few characters which have special meaning in URLs and need careful
handling to avoid ambiguities. Characters can be escaped with a % and a hex
value in URLs. Any non-ASCII characters in a file path will automatically be
urlencoded when the path is converted to a URL.
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URLs represent non-ASCII characters in an encoding defined by the server, but
usually UTF-8. The % escapes should be of the UTF-8 bytes. Bazaar tries to be
generous in what it accepts as a URL and to print them in a way that
will be readable.
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For example, if you have a directory named '/tmp/%2False' these are all valid
ways of accessing the content (0x2F, or 47, is the ASCII code for forward slash)::
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cd /tmp
bzr log /tmp/%2False
bzr log %2False
bzr log file:///tmp/%252False
bzr log file://localhost/tmp/%252False
bzr log file:%252False
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These are valid but do not refer to the same file::
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bzr log file:///tmp/%2False (refers to a file called /tmp/\/alse)
bzr log %252False (refers to a file called /tmp/%252False)
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Located in en/help_topics/url-special-chars.txt:36
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Comma also has special meaning in URLs, because it denotes `segment parameters`_
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_`segment parameters`: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3986.txt (section 3.3)
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Located in en/help_topics/url-special-chars.txt:41
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Comma is also special in any file system paths that are specified. To use a literal
comma in a file system path, specify a URL and URL encode the comma::
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bzr log foo,branch=bla # path "foo" with the segment parameter "branch" set to "bla"
bzr log file:foo%2Cbranch=bla # path "foo,branch=bla"
bzr log file:foo,branch=bla # path "foo" with segment parameter "branch" set to "bla"
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Contributors to this translation: Miroslav Toman, Vendelín Slezák.