So is it an nginx (or php-fpm?) bug that the value of 'y' shows as 2
instead of '2;3'?
On Tue, Jun 22, 2010 at 12:28 PM, Ian Hobson <ia...@ianhobson.co.uk> wrote:
On 22/06/2010 20:07, Ankur Gupta wrote:
I have a URL of the form: /abc?x=1&y=2;3. The nginx server passes the
request to php-fpm thread. When I try to query for the value of 'y' I get
'2' instead of '2;3'. Is this expected? Are semicolons somehow considered
to be query delimiters?
There is no standard for delimiter, only common practise. You can use what
The W3C has been recommending semicolon as a delimiter since 1994 or so.
That said, sending '&' so that it comes back as '&' is common, correct,
conforms to standards and expected by users and search engines.