At 21:08 29-11-2000 -0800, Mark Davis wrote:
>1. The Unicode Technical Committee has modified the definition of UTF-8 to
>forbid conformant implementations from interpreting non-shortest forms for
I find this silly. That creation of such forms would be forbidden I can see
and agree to. But interpretation? I understand the reasoning when security
is an issue. But why make it flat illegal? There are many applications
where such a sequence poses no security danger.
Whatever happened to the ancient "abusus non tollit usum" principle? Looks
like Big Brother to me...
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