During an attempt to better organize a collection of T-SQL scripts I came across a strange behaviour when converting Windows ANSI (8-bit character data) to Unicode (16-bit character data) which appears, surprisingly, to involve the ancient MSDOS convention of using Ctrl-Z (character 0x1A) to end files.
largely based on using HTTP as originally designed—which
includes respecting the intended semantics of the methods
POST (basically, requests that
add or change things should use
POST and not
GET; requests that view information without
altering it should use
A flaw in the HTML 4 definition makes this
So far getting uploads to work with the Picky Picky Game is an uphill struggle. Some web browsers work and some do not, and it is going to require some fancy diagnostic tools to find out why not. —More (10%)—
I am rethinking my original plan for the Picky Picky Game, which was to store
resoures in files as often as possible. For example,
index.html is a static file (not dynamically
generated every time someone visits it). This requires that
when something happens that means
change, this file has to be updated.