--On February 5, 2007 1:33:43 PM -0700 Philip Guenther
Obviously, digits are case-insensitive, but by stating "number" this
also includes QUANTIFIER, which only allows uppercase per the ABNF.
Nope. RFC 3028 said:
QUANTIFIER = "K" / "M" / "G"
Literal strings in ABNF are always case-insensitive.
So the question is: was this a bug in the grammar or a bug in those
Based on responses from others, I think we have to leave this as-is.
Implementations treating those quantifiers as case-sensitive will need to