Re-exports from the url crate.
Parser and serializer for the
This Rust crate implements IDNA per the WHATWG URL Standard.
URLs use special chacters to indicate the parts of the request. For example, a forward slash indicates a path. In order for that charcter to exist outside of a path separator, that charcter would need to be encoded.
This mostly exists because coherence rules don’t allow us to implement
Opaque identifier for URLs that have file or other schemes
Full configuration for the URL parser.
Exposes methods to manipulate the path of an URL that is not cannot-be-base.
Socket addresses for an URL.
A parsed URL record.
Implementation detail of
The host name of an URL.
The origin of an URL
Errors that can occur during parsing.
Indicates a position within a URL based on its components.
Non-fatal syntax violations that can occur during parsing.