Class: Curl::PostField

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
ext/curb_postfield.c

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Class Method Details

.Curl::PostField.content(name, content) ⇒ #<Curl::PostField...> .Curl::PostField.content(name, content, content_type = nil) ⇒ #<Curl::PostField...> .Curl::PostField.content(name, content_type = nil) {|field| ... } ⇒ #<Curl::PostField...>

Create a new Curl::PostField, supplying the field name, content, and, optionally, Content-type (curl will attempt to determine this if not specified).

The block form allows a block to supply the content for this field, called during the perform. The block should return a ruby string with the field data.

Overloads:



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 210

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_new_content(int argc, VALUE *argv, VALUE klass) {
  ruby_curl_postfield *rbcpf = ALLOC(ruby_curl_postfield);
 
  // wierdness - we actually require two args, unless a block is provided, but
  // we have to work that out below.
  rb_scan_args(argc, argv, "12&", &rbcpf->name, &rbcpf->content, &rbcpf->content_type, &rbcpf->content_proc);

  // special handling if theres a block, second arg is actually content_type
  if (rbcpf->content_proc != Qnil) {
    if (rbcpf->content != Qnil) {
      // we were given a content-type
      rbcpf->content_type = rbcpf->content;
      rbcpf->content = Qnil;
    } else {
      // default content type      
      rbcpf->content_type = Qnil;
    }
  } else {
    // no block, so make sure content was provided    
    if (rbcpf->content == Qnil) {
      rb_raise(rb_eArgError, "Incorrect number of arguments (expected 2 or 3)");
    }    
  }
      
  /* assoc objects */
  rbcpf->local_file = Qnil;
  rbcpf->remote_file = Qnil;
  rbcpf->buffer_str = Qnil;
 
  return Data_Wrap_Struct(cCurlPostField, curl_postfield_mark, curl_postfield_free, rbcpf);
}

.Curl::PostField.file(name, local_file_name) ⇒ #<Curl::PostField...> .Curl::PostField.file(name, local_file_name, remote_file_name = local_file_name) ⇒ #<Curl::PostField...> .Curl::PostField.file(name, remote_file_name) {|field| ... } ⇒ #<Curl::PostField...>

Create a new Curl::PostField for a file upload field, supplying the local filename to read from, and optionally the remote filename (defaults to the local name).

The block form allows a block to supply the content for this field, called during the perform. The block should return a ruby string with the field data.

Overloads:



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 255

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_new_file(int argc, VALUE *argv, VALUE klass) {
  // TODO needs to handle content-type too
  ruby_curl_postfield *rbcpf = ALLOC(ruby_curl_postfield);

  rb_scan_args(argc, argv, "21&", &rbcpf->name, &rbcpf->local_file, &rbcpf->remote_file, &rbcpf->content_proc);

  // special handling if theres a block, second arg is actually remote name.
  if (rbcpf->content_proc != Qnil) {
    if (rbcpf->local_file != Qnil) {
      // we were given a local file
      if (rbcpf->remote_file == Qnil) {
        // we weren't given a remote, so local is actually remote
        // (correct block call form)
        rbcpf->remote_file = rbcpf->local_file;
      }
 
      // Shouldn't get a local file, so can ignore it.
      rbcpf->local_file = Qnil;
    }
  } else {
    if (rbcpf->remote_file == Qnil) {
      rbcpf->remote_file = rbcpf->local_file;
    }
  }
 
  /* assoc objects */
  rbcpf->content = Qnil;
  rbcpf->content_type = Qnil;
  rbcpf->buffer_str = Qnil;
 
  return Data_Wrap_Struct(cCurlPostField, curl_postfield_mark, curl_postfield_free, rbcpf);
}

Instance Method Details

#contentObject

Obtain the POST field content for this PostField.



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 328

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_content_get(VALUE self) {
  CURB_OBJECT_GETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, content);
}

#content=Object

Set the POST field content for this PostField. Ignored when a content_proc is supplied via either Curl::PostField.file or set_content_proc.



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 318

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_content_set(VALUE self, VALUE content) {
  CURB_OBJECT_SETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, content);
}

#content_typeObject

Get the POST field Content-type for this PostField.



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 348

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_content_type_get(VALUE self) {
  CURB_OBJECT_GETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, content_type);
}

#content_type=Object

Set the POST field Content-type for this PostField.



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 338

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_content_type_set(VALUE self, VALUE content_type) {
  CURB_OBJECT_SETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, content_type);
}

#local_fileObject

Get the POST field local filename for this PostField (when performing a file upload).



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 371

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_local_file_get(VALUE self) {
  CURB_OBJECT_GETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, local_file);
}

#local_file=Object

Set the POST field local filename for this PostField (when performing a file upload). Ignored when a content_proc is supplied via either Curl::PostField.file or set_content_proc.



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 360

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_local_file_set(VALUE self, VALUE local_file) {
  CURB_OBJECT_SETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, local_file);
}

#nameObject

Obtain the POST field name for this PostField.



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 306

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_name_get(VALUE self) {
  CURB_OBJECT_GETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, name);
}

#name=Object

Set the POST field name for this PostField.



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 296

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_name_set(VALUE self, VALUE name) {
  CURB_OBJECT_SETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, name);
}

#local_fileObject

Get the POST field remote filename for this PostField (when performing a file upload).



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 396

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_remote_file_get(VALUE self) {
  CURB_OBJECT_GETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, remote_file);
}

#remote_file=Object

Set the POST field remote filename for this PostField (when performing a file upload). If no remote filename is provided, and no content_proc is supplied, the local filename is used. If no remote filename is specified when a content_proc is used, an exception will be raised during the perform.



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 385

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_remote_file_set(VALUE self, VALUE remote_file) {
  CURB_OBJECT_SETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, remote_file);
}

#set_content_proc {|field| ... } ⇒ Object

Set a content proc for this field. This proc will be called during the perform to supply the content for this field, overriding any setting of content or local_file.

Yields:

  • (field)


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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 408

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_content_proc_set(int argc, VALUE *argv, VALUE self) {
  CURB_HANDLER_PROC_SETTER(ruby_curl_postfield, content_proc);
}

#to_strObject #to_sObject Also known as: to_s

Obtain a String representation of this PostField in url-encoded format. This is used to construct the post data for non-multipart POSTs.

Only content fields may be converted to strings.



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# File 'ext/curb_postfield.c', line 423

static VALUE ruby_curl_postfield_to_str(VALUE self) {
  // FIXME This is using the deprecated curl_escape func
  ruby_curl_postfield *rbcpf;
  VALUE result = Qnil;
  VALUE name = Qnil;
  char *tmpchrs;
  
  Data_Get_Struct(self, ruby_curl_postfield, rbcpf);

    if (rbcpf->name != Qnil) {
      name = rbcpf->name;
      if (rb_type(name) == T_STRING) {
        name = rbcpf->name;
      } else if (rb_respond_to(name,rb_intern("to_s"))) {
        name = rb_funcall(name, rb_intern("to_s"), 0);
      }
      else {
        name = Qnil; // we can't handle this object
      }
    }
    if (name == Qnil) {
      rb_raise(eCurlErrInvalidPostField, "Cannot convert unnamed field to string %s:%d, make sure your field name responds_to :to_s", __FILE__, __LINE__);
    }

    tmpchrs = curl_escape(StringValuePtr(name), (int)RSTRING_LEN(name));
    
    if (!tmpchrs) {
      rb_raise(eCurlErrInvalidPostField, "Failed to url-encode name `%s'", tmpchrs);
    } else {
      VALUE tmpcontent = Qnil;
      VALUE escd_name = rb_str_new2(tmpchrs);
      curl_free(tmpchrs);
      
      if (rbcpf->content_proc != Qnil) {
        tmpcontent = rb_funcall(rbcpf->content_proc, idCall, 1, self);
      } else if (rbcpf->content != Qnil) {
        tmpcontent = rbcpf->content;
      } else if (rbcpf->local_file != Qnil) {
        tmpcontent = rbcpf->local_file;
      } else if (rbcpf->remote_file != Qnil) {
        tmpcontent = rbcpf->remote_file;
      } else {
        tmpcontent = rb_str_new2("");
      }
      if (TYPE(tmpcontent) != T_STRING) {
        if (rb_respond_to(tmpcontent, rb_intern("to_s"))) {
          tmpcontent = rb_funcall(tmpcontent, rb_intern("to_s"), 0);
        }
        else {
          rb_raise(rb_eRuntimeError, "postfield(%s) is not a string and does not respond_to to_s", RSTRING_PTR(escd_name) );
        }
      }
      //fprintf(stderr, "encoding content: %ld - %s\n", RSTRING_LEN(tmpcontent), RSTRING_PTR(tmpcontent) );
      tmpchrs = curl_escape(RSTRING_PTR(tmpcontent), (int)RSTRING_LEN(tmpcontent));
      if (!tmpchrs) {
        rb_raise(eCurlErrInvalidPostField, "Failed to url-encode content `%s'", tmpchrs);
      } else {
        VALUE escd_content = rb_str_new2(tmpchrs);
        curl_free(tmpchrs);
        
        result = escd_name;
        rb_str_cat(result, "=", 1);
        rb_str_concat(result, escd_content); 
      }
    }
  
  return result;
}