|Reported by:||mevenson||Owned by:||mevenson|
- Use Common Lisp pathnames to refer to representations referenced
by a URL.
- The URL schemes supported shall include at least "http", and those
enabled by the URLStreamHandler extension mechanism.
- Use URL schemes that are understood by the java.net.URL object.
A file specified by URL
- PROBE-FILE returning the state of URL accesibility.
- TRUENAME "aliased" to PROBE-FILE signalling an error if the URL is
not accessible (see "Non-goal 1").
- DIRECTORY for non-wildcards
- URL pathname work as a valid argument for OPEN with :DIRECTION :INPUT.
- Enable the loading of ASDF2 systems referenced by a URL pathname.
- The reserved URL characters (~, /, ?, etc.) shall be
encoded in the proper manner on construction of the Pathname.
- The "file" scheme will continue to be represented by an
- The "jar" scheme will continue to be represented by a jar
- We will not implement canonicalization of URL schemas (such as following
- DIRECTORY working for URL pathnames containing wildcards.
Change History (7)
comment:3 Changed 6 years ago by mevenson
- Resolution fixed deleted
- Status changed from closed to reopened