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Re: Relative URLs using the file scheme?

shortcut relative path
On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 05:46:40AM -0400, Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote:
> I'm not as sure of this, but I believe the third example is also 
> incorrect. It should be either file://C:/Files/Schemas/test.xsd or 
> file:/C:/Files/Schemas/test.xsd

  Hum, sine the file URI syntax is 

 I doubt it's right.

is on the other hand the accepted shortcut for 



sounds right to me. In general I have yet to see a working implementation
where <hostname> is not localhost, maybe this is automatically mapped
to SMB or NFS protocols, but since this is not specified clearly I don't
see how this can work reliably. Clearly to me the FILE scheme needs some
explanations, if not a good rewrite (which I may have missed).


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