For Windows, the absolute path for URI is still in the form C:/, only that it
looks like C3A/.
At least for file:// scheme. I guess I should add a check only for that scheme.
About absolute and relative paths in URI, think about what fn:resolve-uri works
with. It can receive a relative path, or absolute path or entire URI. When
receiving absolute paths, it doesn't work now in Windows for file://.
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