In Goggle rules, is there a reason to prefer
|https://reddit.com/r/rust/$boost=3? The example Rust Goggle has a lot of entries like this where instead of using a
| syntax, the URL is split into the
site and the rest of the URL. (Eg.:
/easy_rust/$boost=3,site=dhghomon.github.io for pages under https://dhghomon.github.io/easy_rust/ ,
/tracks/rust/$boost=3,site=exercism.org for https://exercism.org/tracks/rust , etc.)
The Goggle consistently uses only the
site= form and never the
| prefix syntax, even when the URL segment it’s attempting to match is an exact prefix.
I’m just wondering if there’s a performance implication or some other reason for this, or whether they’ll both work fine for such cases.