From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Mar 06 2005 - 15:19:27 CST
Erik van der Poel <erik at vanderpoel dot org> wrote:
> I would have to agree that this is not a huge problem, but it is a
> pity that the current version of Nameprep allows domain names to be
> stored in other formats (e.g. HTML) with various unnecessary
> characters coming from hither and yon in this vast Unicode space.
Nameprep is a process by which characters are normalized, case-folded,
thrown away, and so forth. What control would it have over whether
domain names are stored in HTML or any other format?
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