The Rails documentation says "When called from a view, url_for returns
an HTML escaped url. If you need an unescaped url, pass :escape =>
false in the options. "
But I can't seem to get this to work, :escape => true has no effect at
all. Is this because I'm in an .atom.builder view, not an .html.erb
view, is it somehow different?
Taking the example from the docs itself:
<%= url_for(:action => 'checkout', :anchor => 'tax&ship', :escape =>
# => /testing/jump/#tax&ship
Not for me. For me, with that exact call with :escape => true, I still
(tested with ruby-debug itself, in a view. So I know it's not some later
layer escaping it before it gets to the browser or something). Is this a
bug? Is it a bug only in atom.builder or something, or something else i
have yet to isolate? Or am I doing something wrong? Any advice?