an old item: es-americas

Harald Tveit Alvestrand harald at
Sun Apr 4 03:40:48 CEST 2004

--On 25. mars 2004 11:55 -0800 Mark Crispin <mrc at CAC.Washington.EDU> wrote:

> AFAIK, the upper-level protocols all have syntax rules by which such can
> be used.  For example, in the Content-Language header in messages,
>  	Content-Language: "es/americas"
> will work because quoting renders es/americas into a word.

the grammar of the content-language specification (RFC 3282) does not 
permit quoted-words to be used.

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