map.connect will not create connect_path and connect_url?

In Ruby on Rails, routes.rb, if we create a "named route"

    map.something ":a/:b", :controller => 'foobar'

it will also create "something_path" and "something_url" which are two
methods usable in the controller and in the view. Does "map.connect"
create something like that too? Otherwise, isn't "map.connect" somewhat
disadvantaged in this way? I checked that "connect_path" and
"connect_url" both aren't created automatically.

In Ruby on Rails, routes.rb, if we create a "named route"

map\.something ":a/:b", :controller => 'foobar'

it will also create "something_path" and "something_url" which are two
methods usable in the controller and in the view. Does "map.connect"
create something like that too? Otherwise, isn't "map.connect" somewhat
disadvantaged in this way? I checked that "connect_path" and
"connect_url" both aren't created automatically.

map.connect predates named routes.

Fred