Alan Kent wrote:
> This says to use \ to release quotes. The 105 truncation attribute does
> not list \" as something that can be released.
Looks like you may have a typo here and I'm not sure what you're saying:
backslash can't be released or quote can't be released?
backslash can be released (rule 6).
Quote cannot be released, because it's not a special character in classic
Z39.50 (it only becomes special in cql).
> (I think the 105 spec
> should be clear what \ means when followed by one of the characters
> not listed.)
I agree. I've added another rule saying it's an error.