I tried setting up my own BufReadCmd autocmds for perforce depot paths (of the form "//depot/*") and found that trying to jump to those files with "gf" fails with this error message:
E447: Can't find file "//depot/foo" in path
I was confused why this worked for netrw and not for my script. Turns out vim has a special case to let anything through that looks like a netrw path.
There's code in find_file_name_in_path() to accept anything with "://" in it. But really what should be accepted is anything that matches a BufReadCmd. In that case "foo://bar" would no longer be accepted as valid (since vim doesn't know how to open it) and my "//depot/something" would start being accepted on my machine (since I've taught my vim how to open it).
Would that be acceptable?
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