在 2017年04月17日 21:04, Anne van Kesteren 写道:
So you mean file: protocol is not portable? For absolute file: url,
true; for relative url, almost not true.
On Mon, Apr 17, 2017 at 2:54 PM, duanyao <duan...@ustc.edu> wrote:
在 2017年04月15日 02:09, Domenic Denicola 写道:
file: URLs are part of the web, e.g. parsing such URLs when used in <a>
tags, just like gopher: URLs or mailto: URLs. The behavior once navigating
to file: URLs (or gopher: URLs, or mailto: URLs) is off the web, and outside
the scope of the WHATWG's work.
This still doesn't explain why file: protocol CAN'T be part of the web (and
inside the the scope of WHATWG).
Because it's a mechanism for addressing resources on a specific OS.
It's not a mechanism for addressing resources on the web.
When writing web pages, no one use absolute file: urls in practice, so
this is a non-issue.