I'd really, really like an alternate URL resolver which does typecasting. I 
mean, if I'm specifying the type right there, why not expect the resolved 
to be the type I just specified? In 995 of URLs, you're talking about three 
basic types anyway: strings, integers, and (increasingly) UUIDs. After 5 
years it still trips me up when I do a comparison with a number grabbed 
from a URL and, say, Object.otherobject_id.

On Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 3:52:46 AM UTC-5, Sjoerd Job Postmus 
> To me, that settles it: no typecasting.

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