[Standards] XEP-0106: JID\20Escaping
ian.paterson at clientside.co.uk
Mon Jun 4 10:35:46 CDT 2007
Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> Joe Hildebrand wrote:
>> On Jun 3, 2007, at 1:39 PM, Ian Paterson wrote:
>>> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>>> 3. A node identifier MUST NOT start with the string \20, which
>>>> would be escaped to SP (" ") and therefore mess up transformations
>>>> to numerous other systems (and probably also mess with users'
>>>> heads). I think \20 is OK at the end of a node identifier but we
>>>> might want to discourage that as well.
>>> Yes, we might want to discourage all whitespace characters at the
>>> start or end of a node identifier (e.g., non-breaking spaces, tabs...).
>> "Real" whitespace isn't allowed at all, and \20 is the only escaped
>> whitespace that is permissible. Therefore, prohibiting \20 at the
>> ends is sufficient.
Yes, sorry, my bad.
I guess I didn't understand why the Introduction of XEP-0106 says:
"All whitespace characters (which reduce to U+0020, also called SP)"
Instead of saying:
U+0020 (<space> or SP)
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