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  * Copyright (c) 2012, Francis Galiegue <>
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package com.github.fge.jsonschema.ref;
JSON Reference for classical, hierarchical URIs

A hierarchical URI is defined as a URI which is either not absolute, or which is absolute but not opaque. Resolution of such URIs can therefore proceed as described in RFC 3986 .

An example of URIs which are both absolute and opaque are jar URLs, which have a dedicated class for this reason (JarJsonRef).

final class HierarchicalJsonRef
    extends JsonRef
    HierarchicalJsonRef(final URI uri)
    public boolean isAbsolute()
        return .isAbsolute() && .isEmpty();
    public JsonRef resolve(final JsonRef other)
        return fromURI(.resolve(other.uri));
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