[Interest] Difference between QUrl::fromEncoded and QUrl::fromPercentEncoding ?
turner at yiran.org
Tue Aug 13 18:35:47 CEST 2013
On 2013/8/14 0:00, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> On terça-feira, 13 de agosto de 2013 18:44:41, Richard Turner wrote:
>> QUrl downloadUrl1 = QUrl::fromEncoded(str.toUtf8());
>> QUrl downloadUrl2 = QUrl::fromPercentEncoding(str.toUtf8());
> Please note QUrl::fromEncoded returns a QUrl. QUrl::fromPercentEncoding
> returns a QString. That's the difference.
> Your code above also calls the QUrl constructor taking a QString, which is a
> big no-no in Qt 4 code, but entirely acceptable in Qt 5.
> On the other hand, if you have any percent sequences not making UTF-8,
> QUrl::fromPercentEncoding will mangle them.
OK. Now the problem is, when I use downloadUrl1(result from fromEncoded)
to make a QNetworkRequest (HTTP GET), I always detect an error: Protocol
"" is unknown.
When I switch to use downloadUrl2, all is good.
The code is like:
QNetworkReply *reply = networkManager->get(req);
Then, I always detect "Protocol "" is unknown" error in the
dataPageFetchFinished() slot function.
Any idea on why this is happening?
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