From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-09 13:37:18
Rene Rivera <grafik.list_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> Though I guess I prefer the colon.
> Reusing the "@" would be another source of confusion.
You mean the 2nd one. OK.
> semantics for the same syntax is just asking for trouble -- yes I
> include Perl and C++ in that ;-)
> Thinking very far ahead.. My suggestion would be:
> This follows what is becoming the expected practice of URIs. Which means
> that in a far future we might be able to map that to things like:
> I know, it's far fetched, but it doesn't hurt to hope :-)
Ouch. I don't think we should choose our syntax based on a
Since I understand Christopher Currie's issue with target names that
need to contain a slash, I suggest using a path separator character:
Somehow I have no trouble with the colon separating these sections of
the target reference.
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