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In article <42D0F2EA.email@example.com> you write:
>The problem is that both 2396 and 3986 remove the segment following the
>last slash *before* removing dot segments. Thus
>http://www.example.com/data/limit/../ do not get treated the same.
This may be a bug - ask the TAG to look at it. Note that it doesn't
happen unless the user specifies it literally in a base URI, because a
trailing /.. is removed at the end of the algorithm, so URIs ending
with .. are never generated.
This is not just an XML question - HTML's <base> element must have
the same problem. So presumably there are plenty of implementations