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These URLs are legal URIs; trouble is, while they are absolute, they are
also opaque (meaning their path component does not start with a
This class therefore adds a special case for URI resolution by extracting the "real" path component out of the JAR URL and applying path resolution against that extracted path. While this works, this is a violation of the URI RFC.