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NAME ^

Test::URI - Check Uniform Resource Identifiers

SYNOPSIS ^

        use Test::More tests => 5;
        use Test::URI;

        my $uri = 'http://www.example.com:8080/index.html#name'

        uri_scheme_ok( $uri, 'http' );
        uri_host_ok( $uri, 'www.example.com' );
        uri_port_ok( $uri, '8080' );
        uri_path_ok( $uri, '/index.html' );
        uri_fragment_ok( $uri, 'name' );

DESCRIPTION ^

Check various parts of Uniform Resource Locators

FUNCTIONS ^

uri_scheme_ok( STRING|URI, SCHEME )

Ok is the STRING is a valid URI, in any format that URI accepts, and the URI uses the same SCHEME (i.e. protocol: http, ftp, ...). SCHEME is not case sensitive.

STRING can be an URI object.

uri_host_ok( STRING|URI, HOST )

Ok is the STRING is a valid URI, in any format that URI accepts, and the URI uses the same HOST. HOST is not case sensitive.

Not Ok is the URI scheme does not have a host portion.

STRING can be an URI object.

uri_port_ok( STRING|URI, PORT )

Ok is the STRING is a valid URI, in any format that URI accepts, and the URI uses the same PORT.

Not Ok is the URI scheme does not have a port portion.

STRING can be an URI object.

uri_canonical_ok

UNIMPLEMENTED. I'm not sure why I thought this should be a test. If anyone else knows, I'll implement it.

uri_path_ok( STRING|URI, PATH )

Ok is the STRING is a valid URI, in any format that URI accepts, and the URI has the path PATH. Remember that paths start with a /, even if it doesn't look like there is anything after the host parts.

STRING can be an URI object.

uri_fragment_ok( STRING|URI, FRAGMENT )

Ok is the STRING is a valid URI, in any format that URI accepts, and the URI has the fragment FRAGMENT.

STRING can be an URI object.

TO DO ^

SOURCE AVAILABILITY ^

This source is in GitHub

        https://github.com/briandfoy/Test-URI

AUTHOR ^

brian d foy, <bdfoy@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright © 2004-2016, brian d foy <bdfoy@cpan.org>. All rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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