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NAME ^

HTTP::Parser2::XS - yet another http parser

SYNOPSIS ^

    use HTTP::Parser2::XS;


    my $buf = "GET /foo%20bar/ HTTP/1.0\x0d\x0a".
              "Host: localhost\x0d\x0a".
              "\x0d\x0a";


    my $r = {}; 

    my $rv = parse_http_request($buf, $r);
    if ($rv == -1) {
        # bad request or internal error
    } elsif ($rv == -2 && length($buf) > 4096) {
        # incomplete request and too long already,
        # no point allowing something like this
    } elsif ($rv == -2) {
        # incomplete request, call again when there is more data
        # in the buffer
    } else {
        # $rv contains the length of the request header on success
    }


    if (exists $r->{'host'} && $r->{'host'}->[0] eq 'localhost') {
        # ...
    }


    if ($r->{'_uri'} eq '/foo bar') {
        # ...
    }




    my $buf = "HTTP/1.0 200 OK\x0d\x0a".
              "Content-type: text/html\x0d\x0a".
              "\x0d\x0a".
              "foo bar";

    my $r = {}; 

    my $rv = parse_http_response($buf, $r);
    if ($rv == -1) {
        # bad reponse or internal error
    } elsif ($rv == -2 && length($buf) > 4096) {
        # incomplete response header and too long already,
        # no point allowing something like this
    } elsif ($rv == -2) {
        # incomplete response, call again when there is more data
        # in the buffer
    } else {
        # $rv contains the length of the response header on success
    }


    if (exists $r->{'content-type'} && 
        $r->{'content-type'}->[0] eq 'text/html') 
    {
        # ...
    }


    if ($r->{'_status'} eq '200') {
        # ...
    }

DESCRIPTION ^

HTTP::Parser2::XS parses data into a bit different form making perl code more clear and consistent.

EXPORT ^

    parse_http_request
    parse_http_response

FUNCTIONS ^

$rv = parse_http_request($buf, $r)

Parses HTTP request in $buf into the hashref $r. Returns length of the header on success, -1 on error and -2 if request isn't complete yet, i.e. doesn't have an entire header. Converts each header name to lower-case and stores each value as an arrayref. For example $r->{'host'}->[0] returns a Host header and @{$r->{'cookie'}} returns all the cookie headers.

Additionally adds the following elements:

$r->{'_method'}

Request method, usually "GET", "HEAD", "POST" or "PUT".

$r->{'_request_uri'}

Unchanged undecoded raw request uri.

$r->{'_uri'}

Decoded request uri without query string. A lot like $uri in nginx.

$r->{'_query_string'}

Query string. Everything after question mark.

$r->{'_protocol'}

Protocol and version. Either "HTTP/1.0" or "HTTP/1.1".

$r->{'_keepalive'}

Either 1 or 0. Examines connection header and protocol version to decide whether or not keep-alive connection is desired. And if it is sets $r->{'_keepalive'} to 1.

$r->{'_content_length'}

Parses content-length header. Stores length as a numeric value (SvNV to be precise) or undef if there is no content-length header.

$rv = parse_http_response($buf, $r)

Parses HTTP response in $buf into the hashref $r. Returns length of the header on success, -1 on error and -2 if response isn't complete yet, i.e. doesn't have an entire header. Converts each header name to lower-case and stores each value as an arrayref.

Additionally adds the following elements:

$r->{'_protocol'}

Protocol and version. Either "HTTP/1.0" or "HTTP/1.1".

$r->{'_status'}

Response status. For example "200" for "HTTP/1.0 200 OK" response.

$r->{'_message'}

Status message. For example "OK" for "HTTP/1.0 200 OK" response.

$r->{'_keepalive'}

Either 1 or 0. Examines connection header and protocol version to decide whether or not keep-alive connection is desired. And if it is sets $r->{'_keepalive'} to 1.

$r->{'_content_length'}

Parses content-length header. Stores length as a numeric value (SvNV to be precise) or undef if there is no content-length header.

SEE ALSO ^

HTTP::Parser::XS

AUTHOR ^

Alexandr Gomoliako <zzz@zzz.org.ua>

LICENSE ^

This module uses Kazuho Oku's code from HTTP::Parser::XS.

Copyright 2011 Alexandr Gomoliako, Kazuho Oku. All rights reserved.

This module is free software. It may be used, redistributed and/or modified under the same terms as Perl itself.

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