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Subject: Wishlist: Working operators / overloading(?)
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Hi, to my surprise, when I tried to modify an URI path like this $uri->path .= "/$addpath"; it didn't work (no lvalue). So if I'm not mistaken or unaware of more elegant options, I have to do the following instead $uri->path($uri->path . '/$addpath"); This seems far less elegant and I would prefer the approach mentioned above. However, I'm not sure it is possible or desirable for others, so just take it as a wishlist request. cheerio, Massimo - the CryptoGuy

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