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Mr. DiGi

Toolbar Bookmark this trims URL - 111 views

adding bugs firefox toolbar bug solidus
started by Mr. DiGi on 16 May 08 no follow-up yet
Graham Perrin liked it
  • Michael Krelin
    Graham Perrin wrote:
    > Re: URI comparison, see
    > and
    > are equivalent, as far as I can tell.
    > Do you have a problem with a particular bookmark?

    I've had this problem with a few bookmarks. You've read the RFC wrong, it explicitly states in the section you point to -

    kind of technique is only appropriate when equivalence is clearly
    indicated by both the result of accessing the resources and the
    common conventions of their scheme's dereference algorithm (in this
    case, use of redirection by HTTP origin servers to avoid problems
    with relative references).

    Moreover, the section 6.2.3 also suggest that

    In general, a URI that uses the generic syntax for authority with an
    empty path should be normalized to a path of "/".

    And personally I would also prefer empty path URLs normalized with trailing slash.
Frederik Van Zande

import ma.gnolia bookmarks - 111 views

bookmarks import ma.gnolia support
  • Michael Krelin

    if you're talking about the plain 'export magnolia bookmarks' link on magnolia, then it would leave me with no tags and privacy settings, so that's not an option.
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  • Michael Krelin
    On the positive side, though, I think magnolia import has just worked for me ;-)

    Michael Krelin wrote:
    > Joel, you're right about tags, somehow I overlooked it. But no privacy...
    > Joel Liu wrote:
    > >
    > > It contains your tags which can be seen in the source file.
    > >
    > > You can import the file to diigo.
  • Michael Krelin
    Just FYI: the import seems to have problems with " Perhaps some other entities too.
  • Michael Krelin
    Joel, not anymore, but the " was in the title, I believe, not in the URL. And it was imported with " instead of ". So I'd guess any bookmark with " in title should do for reproducing.

    Joel Liu wrote:
    > We will look into it. Could you tell me the bookmark which was failed to be imported? Thanks.
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