Some applications. (e.g. the great "better_errors" Ruby gem ) encode
spaces as "+" when creating txmt://-URLs. This is also the default
behaviour of tje URI.encode_www_form_component and CGI.escape methods.
Currently, trying to open such an URL in TextMmate fails with "File Does
It works correctly though if I change the URL to use "%20" instead of
My question is: Should TextMate support "+" in txmt://-URLs, or should I
submit a pull request for better_errors to generate URLs using "%20"