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w3 / lisp / url-expand.el

;;; url-expand.el --- expand-file-name for URLs

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;; Keywords: comm, data, processes

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;;; Code:

(require 'url-methods)
(require 'url-util)
(require 'url-parse)
(eval-when-compile (require 'cl))

(defun url-expander-remove-relative-links (name)
  ;; Strip . and .. from pathnames
  (let ((new (if (not (string-match "^/" name))
		 (concat "/" name)
	       name)))

    ;; If it ends with a '/.' or '/..', tack on a trailing '/' sot hat
    ;; the tests that follow are not too complicated in terms of
    ;; looking for '..' or '../', etc.
    (if (string-match "/\\.+$" new)
	(setq new (concat new "/")))

    ;; Remove '/./' first
    (while (string-match "/\\(\\./\\)" new)
      (setq new (concat (substring new 0 (match-beginning 1))
			(substring new (match-end 1)))))

    ;; Then remove '/../'
    (while (string-match "/\\([^/]*/\\.\\./\\)" new)
      (setq new (concat (substring new 0 (match-beginning 1))
			(substring new (match-end 1)))))

    ;; Remove cruft at the beginning of the string, so people that put
    ;; in extraneous '..' because they are morons won't lose.
    (while (string-match "^/\\.\\.\\(/\\)" new)
      (setq new (substring new (match-beginning 1) nil)))
    new))

(defun url-expand-file-name (url &optional default)
  "Convert URL to a fully specified URL, and canonicalize it.
Second arg DEFAULT is a URL to start with if URL is relative.
If DEFAULT is nil or missing, the current buffer's URL is used.
Path components that are `.' are removed, and 
path components followed by `..' are removed, along with the `..' itself."
  (if (and url (not (string-match "^#" url)))
      ;; Need to nuke newlines and spaces in the URL, or we open
      ;; ourselves up to potential security holes.
      (setq url (mapconcat (function (lambda (x)
				       (if (memq x '(?  ?\n ?\r))
					   ""
					 (char-to-string x))))
			   url "")))

  ;; Need to figure out how/where to expand the fragment relative to
  (setq default (cond
		 ((vectorp default)
		  ;; Default URL has already been parsed
		  default)
		 (default
		   ;; They gave us a default URL in non-parsed format
		   (url-generic-parse-url default))
		 (url-current-object
		  ;; We are in a URL-based buffer, use the pre-parsed object
		  url-current-object)
		 ((string-match url-nonrelative-link url)
		  ;; The URL they gave us is absolute, go for it.
		  nil)
		 (t
		  ;; Hmmm - this shouldn't ever happen.
		  (error "url-expand-file-name confused - no default?"))))

  (cond
   ((= (length url) 0)			; nil or empty string
    (url-recreate-url default))
   ((string-match "^#" url)		; Offset link, use it raw
    url)
   ((string-match url-nonrelative-link url) ; Fully-qualified URL, return it immediately
    url)
   (t
    (let* ((urlobj (url-generic-parse-url url))
	   (inhibit-file-name-handlers t)
	   (expander (url-scheme-get-property (url-type default) 'expand-file-name)))
      (if (string-match "^//" url)
	  (setq urlobj (url-generic-parse-url (concat (url-type default) ":"
						      url))))
      (funcall expander urlobj default)
      (url-recreate-url urlobj)))))

(defun url-identity-expander (urlobj defobj)
  (setf (url-type urlobj) (or (url-type urlobj) (url-type defobj))))

(defun url-default-expander (urlobj defobj)
  ;; The default expansion routine - urlobj is modified by side effect!
  (if (url-type urlobj)
      ;; Well, they told us the scheme, let's just go with it.
      nil
    (setf (url-type urlobj) (or (url-type urlobj) (url-type defobj)))
    (setf (url-port urlobj) (or (url-port urlobj)
                                (and (string= (url-type urlobj)
                                              (url-type defobj))
                                     (url-port defobj))))
    (if (not (string= "file" (url-type urlobj)))
	(setf (url-host urlobj) (or (url-host urlobj) (url-host defobj))))
    (if (string= "ftp"  (url-type urlobj))
	(setf (url-user urlobj) (or (url-user urlobj) (url-user defobj))))
    (if (string= (url-filename urlobj) "")
	(setf (url-filename urlobj) "/"))
    (if (string-match "^/" (url-filename urlobj))
	nil
      (let ((query nil)
	    (file nil)
	    (sepchar nil))
	(if (string-match "[?#]" (url-filename urlobj))
	    (setq query (substring (url-filename urlobj) (match-end 0))
		  file (substring (url-filename urlobj) 0 (match-beginning 0))
		  sepchar (substring (url-filename urlobj) (match-beginning 0) (match-end 0)))
	  (setq file (url-filename urlobj)))
	;; We use concat rather than expand-file-name to combine
	;; directory and file name, since urls do not follow the same
	;; rules as local files on all platforms.
	(setq file (url-expander-remove-relative-links
		    (concat (url-file-directory (url-filename defobj)) file)))
	(setf (url-filename urlobj)
              (if query (concat file sepchar query) file))))))

(provide 'url-expand)

;;; url-expand.el ends here