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Bug: foo parameters in URLs cause an error #2044
I did this
I expected the following
To get the result of the URL.
I know that the behavior we have now has been this way for years, but... I still consider it a bad default personally, since I happen to use URLs with "array parameters" from time to time. It's also something that is easily supported in web frameworks like PHP. Given the "principle of least surprise", I think it would make more sense to invert the flag so that
But maybe I'm the oddball here? I don't know, if people really like it this way, we shouldn't change it. On any occurrence, this would be a candidate for 8.x rather than something that should be done right now because we shouldn't make changes like this on a minor version release to avoid confusing people.
macOS High Sierra.
I think we should rather let
Makes sense! If you'd point me in the right direction in the code base, I might even be able to submit a pull request for this. (No promises, but it's good nonetheless to document "where" and "how" that fix should be rightfully made.)