1. Allan Davis
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RubyLearning / ProjectTrak / vendor / rails / railties / lib / webrick_server.rb

# Donated by Florian Gross

require 'webrick'
require 'cgi'
require 'stringio'
require 'dispatcher'

include WEBrick

class CGI #:nodoc:
  def stdinput
    @stdin || $stdin
  end
  
  def env_table
    @env_table || ENV
  end
  
  def initialize(type = "query", table = nil, stdin = nil)
    @env_table, @stdin = table, stdin

    if defined?(MOD_RUBY) && !ENV.key?("GATEWAY_INTERFACE")
      Apache.request.setup_cgi_env
    end

    extend QueryExtension
    @multipart = false
    if defined?(CGI_PARAMS)
      warn "do not use CGI_PARAMS and CGI_COOKIES"
      @params = CGI_PARAMS.dup
      @cookies = CGI_COOKIES.dup
    else
      initialize_query()  # set @params, @cookies
    end
    @output_cookies = nil
    @output_hidden = nil
  end
end

# A custom dispatch servlet for use with WEBrick. It dispatches requests
# (using the Rails Dispatcher) to the appropriate controller/action. By default,
# it restricts WEBrick to a managing a single Rails request at a time, but you
# can change this behavior by setting ActionController::Base.allow_concurrency
# to true.
class DispatchServlet < WEBrick::HTTPServlet::AbstractServlet
  # Start the WEBrick server with the given options, mounting the
  # DispatchServlet at <tt>/</tt>.
  def self.dispatch(options = {})
    Socket.do_not_reverse_lookup = true # patch for OS X

    params = { :Port        => options[:port].to_i,
               :ServerType  => options[:server_type],
               :BindAddress => options[:ip] }
    params[:MimeTypes] = options[:mime_types] if options[:mime_types]

    server = WEBrick::HTTPServer.new(params)
    server.mount('/', DispatchServlet, options)

    trap("INT") { server.shutdown }
    server.start
  end

  def initialize(server, options) #:nodoc:
    @server_options = options
    @file_handler = WEBrick::HTTPServlet::FileHandler.new(server, options[:server_root])
    # Change to the RAILS_ROOT, since Webrick::Daemon.start does a Dir::cwd("/")
    # OPTIONS['working_directory'] is an absolute path of the RAILS_ROOT, set in railties/lib/commands/servers/webrick.rb
    Dir.chdir(OPTIONS['working_directory']) if defined?(OPTIONS) && File.directory?(OPTIONS['working_directory'])
    super
  end

  def service(req, res) #:nodoc:
    unless handle_file(req, res)
      unless handle_dispatch(req, res)
        raise WEBrick::HTTPStatus::NotFound, "`#{req.path}' not found."
      end
    end
  end

  def handle_file(req, res) #:nodoc:
    begin
      req = req.dup
      path = req.path.dup

      # Add .html if the last path piece has no . in it
      path << '.html' if path != '/' && (%r{(^|/)[^./]+$} =~ path) 
      path.gsub!('+', ' ') # Unescape + since FileHandler doesn't do so.

      req.instance_variable_set(:@path_info, path) # Set the modified path...

      @file_handler.send(:service, req, res)      
      return true
    rescue HTTPStatus::PartialContent, HTTPStatus::NotModified => err
      res.set_error(err)
      return true
    rescue => err
      return false
    end
  end

  def handle_dispatch(req, res, origin = nil) #:nodoc:
    data = StringIO.new
    Dispatcher.dispatch(
      CGI.new("query", create_env_table(req, origin), StringIO.new(req.body || "")), 
      ActionController::CgiRequest::DEFAULT_SESSION_OPTIONS, 
      data
    )

    header, body = extract_header_and_body(data)

    set_charset(header)
    assign_status(res, header)
    res.cookies.concat(header.delete('set-cookie') || [])
    header.each { |key, val| res[key] = val.join(", ") }
    
    res.body = body
    return true
  rescue => err
    p err, err.backtrace
    return false
  end
  
  private
    def create_env_table(req, origin)
      env = req.meta_vars.clone
      env.delete "SCRIPT_NAME"
      env["QUERY_STRING"] = req.request_uri.query
      env["REQUEST_URI"]  = origin if origin
      return env
    end
    
    def extract_header_and_body(data)
      data.rewind
      data = data.read

      raw_header, body = *data.split(/^[\xd\xa]{2}/on, 2)
      header = WEBrick::HTTPUtils::parse_header(raw_header)
      
      return header, body
    end
    
    def set_charset(header)
      ct = header["content-type"]
      if ct.any? { |x| x =~ /^text\// } && ! ct.any? { |x| x =~ /charset=/ }
        ch = @server_options[:charset] || "UTF-8"
        ct.find { |x| x =~ /^text\// } << ("; charset=" + ch)
      end
    end

    def assign_status(res, header)
      if /^(\d+)/ =~ header['status'][0]
        res.status = $1.to_i
        header.delete('status')
      end
    end
end