scheme:/// == localhost?

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From: Rohit Khare <khare@pest.w3.org>
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I remember that there is common idiom that an "empty" hostname means the local 

In which case,

pest:/LocalSpace/WWW/ComLine/next> w3c file:///
Segmentation fault

pest:/LocalSpace/WWW/ComLine/next> w3c file://localhost/
<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>Current index is /</TITLE></HEAD><BODY><H1>

would be a simple fix.

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