On Fri, 2005-02-11 at 00:03 +0000, Alexey Melnikov wrote:
Kjetil Torgrim Homme wrote:
Does each string in "list-of-flags" contain exactly one flag, or can
each string be a list of flags as in other usage?
The intention was to have the former. I will try to clarify.
if so, '[ "A B" ]' must be handled differently from '"A B"', which seems
to be in conflict with RFC 3028. see section 188.8.131.52:
You assume that a list-of-flags = ["A", "B"] is the same as ["A B"]. I
originally didn't make such assumption, but I might be convinced that
this is the right thing to do.
I'm not sure I do. what is clear: the argument is a list of strings.
according to 3028, a list containing only one string may omit the
brackets. in other words,
["A B"] MUST be the same as "A B". whether this is the same as ["A",
"B"] is a matter open for debate, but your draft currently say that they
hasflag :is "MyFlags" "b A"
[...] can be also written as
hasflag "MyFlags" ["b","A"]