I have the following sample:

    %~ \enabledirectives[hyphenators.urls.packslashes]

To prevent having http:// (or similar protocols) with one slash ending
one line and other beginning the next one, I have to use the commented

But the directive only works if \setuphypenatedafter (or before) doesn’t
contain the slide between its characters.

The sample above shows, how not setting \setuphyphenatedurlafter{/}, may
start the line with "/,"

Would it be possible that both options were available: packed slashes
and hyphenation after (or before) the slash, both in urls?

Many thanks for your help,

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