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Victor

String#toQueryParams() should be opposite to Object.toQueryString()

Reported by Victor | October 2nd, 2012 @ 05:54 PM

In previous versions of Prototype String#toQueryParams() was exact opposite to Object.toQueryString(), i.e.

Object.toQueryString({"some name": "some value"}).toQueryParams()["some name"] === "some value";

It returned copy of source object. This symmetry is broken now: toQueryString() replaces spaces with + accordingly to HTML spec, but toQueryParams() does not restore them back:

Object.toQueryString({"some name": "some value"}).toQueryParams()["some name"] === "some+value";

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