Re: [xsl] \

Subject: Re: [xsl] \
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2003 15:48:05 GMT

That is _not_ how the URI RFC defines how a relative URI is made
given a base URI of x and a relative URI of Y you do not make
you _have_ to remove from x any characters after the last / and then
append y.

If the current URI is\data\file.xsl
and a local URI is

then it is the _client_ that has to put these together and make an
absolute uri to get from the server, the client doesn't know what kind
of machine the server is it just follows the uri spec and that is
absolutely clear, the absolute uri corresponding to the relative uri is



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