URI Conversion Utility
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The URI Conversion utility allows you to convert the content of an input file to and from URI escape notation.
The common parameters are the options specified from the application calling the utility rather than in the options dialog box of the utility itself. For this utility the common parameters you need to specify are the following:
|Files of the first input list||- Needed (the files to process)|
|Root for the first input list||- Not Needed|
|Files of the second input list||- Not Needed|
|Root for the second input list||- Not Needed|
|Files of the third input list||- Not Needed|
|Root for the third input list||- Not Needed|
|Input language||- Needed|
|Output language||- Needed|
|Input default encoding||- Needed|
|Output default encoding||- Needed|
|Location and names for output files||- Needed|
Un-escape the URI escape sequences -- Select this option to convert URI escaped sequences into normal text. For example, to convert the text "Fr%C3%A8res%20de%20la%20c%C3%B4te" into "Frères de la côte".
Escape content to URI escape sequences -- Select this option to convert normal text into a text where characters are escaped into URI escape sequences. Which characters get escaped is specified by the list below.
List of the characters to escape -- Check each character you
want to be escaped. Note that the character '
%' is always escaped.
Characters to escape are converted to UTF-8 (regardless of the encoding for the
output file), and then each byte of the UTF-8 sequence is converted into the
HH is the uppercase hexadecimal
value of the byte.
Escape all extended characters -- Check this option to convert all non-ASCII characters to a URI escape sequence.
All But URI-Marks -- Click this button to reset the list of the
characters to escape to all, except the characters specified as "marks" in RFC 2396
(which are: '
(', and '
All But Marks And Reserved -- Click this button to reset the
list of the characters to escape to all, except the characters specified as
"marks" in RFC 2396 (which are: '
)'.), as well as the ones specified as "reserved" (which are: