Ticket #196 (closed editorial: fixed)
Term for the requested resource's URI
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We need to come up with a term to denote "the URI that can be inferred from examining the request-target and the Host header."
I think that definition should go into either Part 1, Section 4.1.2 ("request-target") or Section 4.2 ("The Resource Identified by a Request").
request-target allows 4 different formats:
request-target = "*" / absolute-URI / ( path-absolute [ "?" query ] ) / authority
As far as I can tell, Request-URI only needs to be defined for the 2nd and 3rd case.
In case 2 it would be the request-target.
In case 3, it would be "http:" + value of host header + request-target.
But then, what about https? Do we need to consider this in this context? Or should we potentially not include the scheme, thus just use
hier-part [ "?" query ]
? (in which case "Request-URI" would be a bad choice of names).
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