nginx doesn't handle different URL encodings well
mdounin at mdounin.ru
Thu Oct 21 19:09:18 MSD 2010
On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 04:25:52PM +0200, Pierre-Marie Baty wrote:
> Yes, it makes sense. But shouldn't nginx assume a UTF-8 encoding
> instead of assuming a Latin-1 one ? Since in the future all URI
> will adopt this encoding method. IMO a request like GET
> /%C3A9t%C3A9-2008.jpg should translate to /été-2008.jpg - and
> not the other way around, like it's the case currently.
> Currently nginx assumes URLs are encoded in Latin1, whereas it
> should assume they're UTF-8 first. Don't you think ?
nginx doesn't assume anything, it just passes bytes it got in
request to filesystem.
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