[webkit-dev] HTML5 & Web Links (RFC 5988)
julian.reschke at gmx.de
Thu Nov 11 09:19:51 PST 2010
On 11.11.2010 18:06, Alexey Proskuryakov wrote:
> 11.11.2010, в 00:59, Julian Reschke написал(а):
>> - once you start supporting the "title" attribute you might want to consider sharing code with Content-Disposition for processing I18Nized titles (see related Chromium change feature request and change list at<https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=57830>).
> As far as the Chromium request goes, please consider feature parity with Safari. We've supported non-ASCII file names in Content-Disposition for a while now, and judging by the lack of bug reports, our approach[*] is sufficient for Web compatibility. The only issue I know is with GMail, which blocks Safari server-side, replacing non-ASCII characters with question marks.
Do you have information on how frequently it's used?
it's not supported in IE, Opera, and Konqueror, so it's definitively not
interoperable today (besides, it conflicts with the existing definitions
for the header).
> Having two sources of file name information in HTTP headers sounds like a very weird idea to me.>
It's the format that has been an IETF standard for a VERY long time.
If you have concerns with this format then you *really* should raise
them in the IETF HTTPbis WG, which is revising the spec for
Content-Disposition, and plans to submit it for publication soon (it's
already past IETF Working Group Last Call).
Best regards, Julian
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