Kyle J. McKay wrote:
> You might also want to take a look at  which suggests that when
> doing SRV lookups for URLs they should be done regardless of whether
> or not a port number is present (which then eliminates the RFC 3986
> issue the current SRV lookup code has).
"Git URLs" as described e.g. in git-clone(1) weren't intended to be
actual URIs. What would be the interoperability advantage of making
This has come up before, with e.g. people asking to introduce a
git+ssh:// and git+http:// syntax to refer to repositories accessed
using those transports without conflicting with the usual meanings of
ssh:// and http://. If there's a good use case for that, maybe it
would be worth doing some day.
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