I need to deal with URLs as not only a string but a special type, becausse in Crux my URLs are my ids for various documents. I need a cljc version since I’m working full stack. The only result I see when searching is cemerick/url. I am not quick to say that old things are bad, but they do tend to get outmoded in web technologies. So, is cemerick/url stil the best thing to use for cljc in URL when it hasn’t been updated in 7 years?
Have you considered https://github.com/lambdaisland/uri?
Ah! That might just be what I was looking for. Now I just need to investigate any compatibility problems between java.net.URL and URI
Yep this one was one of the main reason I wrote lambdaisland/uri. Code is just Clojure with a tiny bit of reader conditionals. No java.net.URI or anything like it under the hood.
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