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Hey!> to ensure Mozilla is aware this happening?I am filing an issue for this
> What can you say about usage in the wild here?In regards to this I believe no more data was collected, one example of usage where two arguments may be used was pointed out here https://github.com/whatwg/url/pull/735#issuecomment-1397898382 other than this I havent been able to come up with another example maybe it is possible to collect data on the type of argument being used in those sites? is that possible and would that be helpful here?
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jornalmassa.com.br doesn't seem to be calling these methods with two arguments, at least in my testing. The rest of sites do occasionally (sometimes with the second argument being 0, sometimes a different number, sometimes a string), but none seemed to break in my testing.
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As for having a premonition that this would be added, there is at least one post in the original Github issue saying that the poster already expected the two-argument overload to be supported (https://github.com/whatwg/url/issues/335#issuecomment-919700370).