From: Pavils Jurjans (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 22 2006 - 12:35:52 CDT
Ok, group, so here's the fruit, I make it publis for the benefit of all:
implementation is correct, however I have not mass-tested it with all those
fancy antique scripts.
transfer data to and from server in AJAX-based framework. That is, submit
and receive complex data without page refresh. It is natural with to create
XML format packages for those data, and when it comes to transferring any
kind of strings, one needs to escape them somehow so that all codepoints
pass through the XML format. I chose to follow the encoding that is provided
by function encodeURIComponent(), and I just needed to rewrite it in
not think of any alternative method that would allow total unicode support
for transferring string data, together with oter complex and typed data like
dates, booleans and regular expressions.
The ECMA script is supported in very many environments, and whenever the
talk goes about creating files and/or transferring data to server, some
hand-coded encoding sequences may come handy.
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