Robert Sanderson wrote:
As soon as queries get complicated you need postfix in your example.
Apart from that the number of name/value pairs will tend to get out of hand.
In practice it is much simpler to work with a string. I would stick with
for example we currently do:
(the "path" part of the URL is more or less the "current page" context.
(makes links shorter) we probably do not want them for SRU)
This looks horrid but URL escaping is not our problem it is "routine" for
users and taken care of by browsers or other tools. (chinese url encoded
queries are special fun).