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Id: 61865
Status: rejected
Priority: 0/
Queue: URI

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Requestors: grousse [...] cpan.org
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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 1.55
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Subject: Scheme handling errors
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The example from the man page does't work: [guillaume@beria ~]$ perl -MURI -e '$u2 = URI->new("foo", "http"); print $u2;' foo whereas one would expect the result to be 'http://foo' Additionaly, creating the object with a host name only, then setting the scheme thereafter doesn't get the expected result either: [guillaume@beria ~]$ perl -MURI -e '$u2 = URI->new("foo"); $u2->scheme("http"); print $u2;' http:foo whereas one would expect the result to be 'http://foo'
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I think it behaves as documented. Your examples show how relative URIs are handled. The URI::Heuristic provide for guessing similar to what you requested.


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