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Author martin.panter
Recipients Serhiy Int, SilentGhost, martin.panter, orsenthil
Date 2016-02-19.01:37:58
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Sounds reasonable to me, and thanks for the reference.

But it would be nice to find a way for this to work sensibly with arbitrary schemes, in the same spirit as Issue 18828. Would it break anything if we removed the uses_params list altogether? I notice it already works if you omit the scheme:

>>> urlparse("48.198634,16.371648;crs=wgs84")
ParseResult(scheme='', netloc='', path='48.198634,16.371648', params='crs=wgs84', query='', fragment='')

If a programmer doesn’t want to split of the “params” they can always use urlsplit() instead of urlparse().
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