Github user alanconway commented on the issue:
    OOps no: I don't like that this is not allowed ":1234" becase it *is* 
allowed by the go URL parser and is correctly interpreted as "listen on all 
interfaces" or "connect to localhost" by the go runtimes. It is commonly used 
in go documentation, e.g .the standard way to start the godoc webserver is 
      godoc -http :6060
    I'm starting to feel that there isn't much/any need for a special URL 
parser if we simply provide the Update function to fill in defaults. Then we 
don't have to do anything to mess with parsing/what is acceptable as a URL, we 
just provide AMQP info - which is our job

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