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Re: URI design

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Subject: Re: URI design
Date: Fri, 6 Jul 2007 18:19:47 +0200
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> > > It seems the PATH_INFO design is more clean!.  Are there any other
> > > reason because you prefer PATH_INFO?.  I am not sure what we must do.


MJ Ray wrote:
> If I have understood it correctly, I'd usually have those two examples
> as  /resume/1  and  /offers/12/edit/N  - that is, I would usually not
> include the parameter keys in the path and decide which value is which
> by its position, similar to how a function call works.

You rock MJ!

Your current proposal does not breaks the URI object oriented analysis which 
we have done.

    URI =  Object / parameter's value / parameter's value / ...

It is more clear to the eye than the query string and
it is a lot shorter too!



So, I am going to reopen the Savannah task to modify the RewriteRules. 
However, first I will finish the development of the "Remove the JavaScript 
requirement" task, which is already 70% done for the JobOffer form.

I hope to get the project on line again before 10 days. As usual, any comment 
is welcome.


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