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[Bug 20642] [FO30] non-hierarchic URIs

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Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2013 17:45:07 +0000
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--- Comment #5 from Tim Mills <tim@cbcl.co.uk> ---

> Is this what the issue is here?

No.  My example was wrong.  I meant to use "b.html" as one of the URIs.  .NET
does indeed through a (rather obscure) error when trying to resolve this
against the URN.  Just ignore all that!

The issue is how to determine what constitutes a non-hierarchic URI.  I'm
guessing what Java identifies as Opaque URIs is one approximation.  But I
suspect it really boils down to how any specific URI scheme has been defined -
and that's covered by scheme specific RFCs, not RFC 3986.  In that sense, RFC
3986 isn't at all at fault.

Were we to add the test:

resolve-uri("b.html", "http:01234567890X")

what result would you expect?

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