Modul Uri

Jan Burse, erstellt 24. Feb 2019
* This module provides a couple of simple utilities to deal with
* the generation and parsing of uniform resource identifiers (URIs).
* The predicates make_query/4, make_spec/4 and make_uri/4 allow
* constructing and deconstructing queries, specs and URIs. The
* predicates work bidirectional without loss of data.
* Example:
* ?- make_query(X, Y, Z, 'a%3Db=c%26d&e').
* X = 'a=b',
* Y = 'c&d',
* Z = e
* The predicates make_query/4, make_spec/4 and make_uri/4 do a minimal
* encoding. For the parameter name and the parameter value the characters
* '#%=&\' will be encoded. For the hash the characters '%\' will be
* encoded. For the spec the characters '?#%\' will be encoded. If used
* in the other direction the predicates will perform decoding of the
* corresponding components.
* An URI is relative when it neither contains a scheme nor an
* authority, and if the path is relative. The predicate is_relative_uri/1
* checks whether an URI is relative. The predicate follow_uri/3 can be
* used to resolve and relativize URIs. Contrary to the Java URL class,
* it is agnostic to the scheme of the URIs and will allow any scheme.
* In these predicates the path component is handled by the corresponding
* routines from system/file.
* Example:
* ?- follow_uri('file:/foo/bar/baz?jack#jill', X, 'file:/foo/tip/tap?fix#fox').
* X = '../tip/tap?fix#fox'
* The predicate canonical_uri/2 can be used to canonize URIs. For the
* file protocol the path component is handled by the corresponding routine
* from the module file. For other protocols the routine uses puny code
* from the module domain and accesses the server for redirects.
* The predicate uri_encode/2 can be used to encode and decode URIs. The
* predicate uri_encode/2 will percent encode characters above 0x7F. As a
* result the URI will only contain ASCII. If used in the other direction
* the predicate will first decode and then minimal encode again.
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:- package(library(jekpro/frequent/system)).
:- use_package(foreign(matula/util/system)).
:- module(uri, []).
/* Query & Uri Assembly */
* make_query(N, V, R, Q):
* If N, V or R is a variable then the predicate succeeds when N, V and
* R unify with the first parameter name, the first parameter value and
* the rest query of the query Q. Otherwise the predicates succeeds when
* Q unifies with the constructed query.
% make_query(+-Atom, +-Atom, +-Atom, -+Atom)
:- public make_query/4.
make_query(N, V, R, Q) :-
( var(N)
; var(V)
; var(R)), !,
make_query(N, V, R, Q) :-
sys_query_make(N, V, R, Q).
:- private sys_query_name/2.
:- foreign(sys_query_name/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_query_value/2.
:- foreign(sys_query_value/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_query_rest/2.
:- foreign(sys_query_rest/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_query_make/4.
:- foreign(sys_query_make/4, 'ForeignUri',
* make_spec(E, A, P, S):
* If E, A or P is a variable then the predicate succeeds when E, A and
* P unify with the scheme, authority and path respectively of the spec S.
* Otherwise the predicate succeeds when S unifies with the
* constructed spec.
% make_spec(+-Atom, +-Atom, +-Atom, -+Atom)
:- public make_spec/4.
make_spec(E, A, P, S) :-
( var(E)
; var(A)
; var(P)), !,
make_spec(E, A, P, S) :-
sys_spec_make(E, A, P, S).
:- private sys_spec_scheme/2.
:- foreign(sys_spec_scheme/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_spec_authority/2.
:- foreign(sys_spec_authority/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_spec_path/2.
:- foreign(sys_spec_path/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_spec_make/4.
:- foreign(sys_spec_make/4, 'ForeignUri',
* make_uri(S, Q, H, U):
* If S, Q or H is a variable then the predicate succeeds when S, Q and
* H unify with the spec, query and hash respectively of the URI U.
* Otherwise the predicate succeeds when U unifies with the
* constructed URI.
% make_uri(+-Atom, +-Atom, +-Atom, -+Atom)
:- public make_uri/4.
make_uri(S, Q, H, U) :-
( var(S)
; var(Q)
; var(H)), !,
sys_uri_hash(U, H).
make_uri(S, Q, H, U) :-
sys_uri_make(S, Q, H, U).
:- private sys_uri_hash/2.
:- foreign(sys_uri_hash/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_uri_query/2.
:- foreign(sys_uri_query/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_uri_spec/2.
:- foreign(sys_uri_spec/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_uri_make/4.
:- foreign(sys_uri_make/4, 'ForeignUri',
/* Uri Following */
* is_relative_uri(U):
* The predicate succeeds when the URI U is a relative URI.
% is_relative_uri(+Atom)
:- public is_relative_uri/1.
:- foreign(is_relative_uri/1, 'ForeignUri',
* follow_uri(B, R, A):
* If R is a variable then the predicate succeeds when R unifies with
* the relative or absolute URI that leads from B to A. Otherwise the
* predicate succeeds when A unifies with the URI that results
* from B by following R.
:- public follow_uri/3.
follow_uri(B, R, A) :-
var(R), !,
sys_uri_relative(B, A, R).
follow_uri(B, R, A) :-
sys_uri_absolute(B, R, A).
:- private sys_uri_absolute/3.
:- foreign(sys_uri_absolute/3, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_uri_relative/3.
:- foreign(sys_uri_relative/3, 'ForeignUri',
/* Canonical URI */
* canonical_uri(U, C):
* The predicate succeeds when C unifies with canonical URI of U.
% canonical_uri(+Atom, -Atom)
:- public canonical_uri/2.
:- foreign(canonical_uri/2, 'ForeignUri',
/* URI Encoding */
* uri_encode(T, E):
* If T is a variable then the predicate succeeds when T unifies with
* the URI decode of E. Otherwise the predicate succeeds when E unifies
* with the URI encode of T.
% uri_encode(+-Atom, -+Atom)
:- public uri_encode/2.
var(X), !,
:- private sys_uri_encode/2.
:- foreign(sys_uri_encode/2, 'ForeignUri',
:- private sys_uri_decode/2.
:- foreign(sys_uri_decode/2, 'ForeignUri',
/* Link Constructor & Destructor */
* make_link(S, P, H, L):
* If L is a variable, then the predicate succeeds in L with the
* URI composed of the spec S, the parameters P and the hash H.
* Otherwise the predicate succeeds in decomposing the URI.
% make_link(-+Atom, -+List, -+Atom, +-Atom)
:- public make_link/4.
make_link(Spec, Parameter, Hash, URI) :-
var(URI), !,
make_parameter2(Parameter, Query),
make_uri(Spec, Query, Hash, URI).
make_link(Spec, Parameter, Hash, URI) :-
make_uri(Spec, Query, Hash, URI),
make_parameter(Query, Parameter).
% make_parameter(+Atom, -List)
:- private make_parameter/2.
make_parameter(Query, [Key-Value|List]) :-
make_query(Key, Value, Rest, Query),
make_parameter(Rest, List).
% make_parameter2(+List, -Atom)
:- private make_parameter2/2.
make_parameter2([Key-Value|List], Query) :- !,
make_parameter2(List, Rest),
make_query(Key, Value, Rest, Query).