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// Copyright (c) 2012, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
// for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
// BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
part of dart.core;
// Frequently used character codes.
const int _SPACE = 0x20;
const int _PERCENT = 0x25;
const int _AMPERSAND = 0x26;
const int _PLUS = 0x2B;
const int _DOT = 0x2E;
const int _SLASH = 0x2F;
const int _COLON = 0x3A;
const int _EQUALS = 0x3d;
const int _UPPER_CASE_A = 0x41;
const int _UPPER_CASE_Z = 0x5A;
const int _LEFT_BRACKET = 0x5B;
const int _BACKSLASH = 0x5C;
const int _RIGHT_BRACKET = 0x5D;
const int _LOWER_CASE_A = 0x61;
const int _LOWER_CASE_F = 0x66;
const int _LOWER_CASE_Z = 0x7A;
const String _hexDigits = "0123456789ABCDEF";
/**
* A parsed URI, such as a URL.
*
* **See also:**
*
* * [URIs][uris] in the [library tour][libtour]
* * [RFC-3986](http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986)
*
* [uris]: https://www.dartlang.org/docs/dart-up-and-running/ch03.html#uris
* [libtour]: https://www.dartlang.org/docs/dart-up-and-running/contents/ch03.html
*/
abstract class Uri {
/**
* Returns the natural base URI for the current platform.
*
* When running in a browser this is the current URL of the current page
* (from `window.location.href`).
*
* When not running in a browser this is the file URI referencing
* the current working directory.
*/
static Uri get base => _uriBaseClosure();
/**
* Creates a new URI from its components.
*
* Each component is set through a named argument. Any number of
* components can be provided. The [path] and [query] components can be set
* using either of two different named arguments.
*
* The scheme component is set through [scheme]. The scheme is
* normalized to all lowercase letters. If the scheme is omitted or empty,
* the URI will not have a scheme part.
*
* The user info part of the authority component is set through
* [userInfo]. It defaults to the empty string, which will be omitted
* from the string representation of the URI.
*
* The host part of the authority component is set through
* [host]. The host can either be a hostname, an IPv4 address or an
* IPv6 address, contained in '[' and ']'. If the host contains a
* ':' character, the '[' and ']' are added if not already provided.
* The host is normalized to all lowercase letters.
*
* The port part of the authority component is set through
* [port].
* If [port] is omitted or `null`, it implies the default port for
* the URI's scheme, and is equivalent to passing that port explicitly.
* The recognized schemes, and their default ports, are "http" (80) and
* "https" (443). All other schemes are considered as having zero as the
* default port.
*
* If any of `userInfo`, `host` or `port` are provided,
* the URI has an authority according to [hasAuthority].
*
* The path component is set through either [path] or
* [pathSegments].
* When [path] is used, it should be a valid URI path,
* but invalid characters, except the general delimiters ':/@[]?#',
* will be escaped if necessary.
* When [pathSegments] is used, each of the provided segments
* is first percent-encoded and then joined using the forward slash
* separator.
*
* The percent-encoding of the path segments encodes all
* characters except for the unreserved characters and the following
* list of characters: `!$&'()*+,;=:@`. If the other components
* necessitate an absolute path, a leading slash `/` is prepended if
* not already there.
*
* The query component is set through either [query] or [queryParameters].
* When [query] is used, the provided string should be a valid URI query,
* but invalid characters, other than general delimiters,
* will be escaped if necessary.
* When [queryParameters] is used the query is built from the
* provided map. Each key and value in the map is percent-encoded
* and joined using equal and ampersand characters.
* A value in the map must be either a string, or an [Iterable] of strings,
* where the latter corresponds to multiple values for the same key.
*
* The percent-encoding of the keys and values encodes all characters
* except for the unreserved characters, and replaces spaces with `+`.
* If `query` is the empty string, it is equivalent to omitting it.
* To have an actual empty query part,
* use an empty map for `queryParameters`.
*
* If both `query` and `queryParameters` are omitted or `null`,
* the URI has no query part.
*
* The fragment component is set through [fragment].
* It should be a valid URI fragment, but invalid characters other than
* general delimiters, are escaped if necessary.
* If `fragment` is omitted or `null`, the URI has no fragment part.
*/
factory Uri({String scheme,
String userInfo,
String host,
int port,
String path,
Iterable<String> pathSegments,
String query,
Map<String, dynamic/*String|Iterable<String>*/> queryParameters,
String fragment}) = _Uri;
/**
* Creates a new `http` URI from authority, path and query.
*
* Examples:
*
* ```
* // http://example.org/path?q=dart.
* new Uri.http("example.org", "/path", { "q" : "dart" });
*
* // http://user:pass@localhost:8080
* new Uri.http("user:pass@localhost:8080", "");
*
* // http://example.org/a%20b
* new Uri.http("example.org", "a b");
*
* // http://example.org/a%252F
* new Uri.http("example.org", "/a%2F");
* ```
*
* The `scheme` is always set to `http`.
*
* The `userInfo`, `host` and `port` components are set from the
* [authority] argument. If `authority` is `null` or empty,
* the created `Uri` has no authority, and isn't directly usable
* as an HTTP URL, which must have a non-empty host.
*
* The `path` component is set from the [unencodedPath]
* argument. The path passed must not be encoded as this constructor
* encodes the path.
*
* The `query` component is set from the optional [queryParameters]
* argument.
*/
factory Uri.http(String authority,
String unencodedPath,
[Map<String, String> queryParameters]) = _Uri.http;
/**
* Creates a new `https` URI from authority, path and query.
*
* This constructor is the same as [Uri.http] except for the scheme
* which is set to `https`.
*/
factory Uri.https(String authority,
String unencodedPath,
[Map<String, String> queryParameters]) = _Uri.https;
/**
* Creates a new file URI from an absolute or relative file path.
*
* The file path is passed in [path].
*
* This path is interpreted using either Windows or non-Windows
* semantics.
*
* With non-Windows semantics the slash (`/`) is used to separate
* path segments in the input [path].
*
* With Windows semantics, backslash (`\`) and forward-slash (`/`)
* are used to separate path segments in the input [path],
* except if the path starts with `\\?\` in which case
* only backslash (`\`) separates path segments in [path].
*
* If the path starts with a path separator, an absolute URI (with the
* `file` scheme and an empty authority) is created.
* Otherwise a relative URI reference with no scheme or authority is created.
* One exception from this rule is that when Windows semantics is used
* and the path starts with a drive letter followed by a colon (":") and a
* path separator, then an absolute URI is created.
*
* The default for whether to use Windows or non-Windows semantics
* determined from the platform Dart is running on. When running in
* the standalone VM, this is detected by the VM based on the
* operating system. When running in a browser non-Windows semantics
* is always used.
*
* To override the automatic detection of which semantics to use pass
* a value for [windows]. Passing `true` will use Windows
* semantics and passing `false` will use non-Windows semantics.
*
* Examples using non-Windows semantics:
*
* ```
* // xxx/yyy
* new Uri.file("xxx/yyy", windows: false);
*
* // xxx/yyy/
* new Uri.file("xxx/yyy/", windows: false);
*
* // file:///xxx/yyy
* new Uri.file("/xxx/yyy", windows: false);
*
* // file:///xxx/yyy/
* new Uri.file("/xxx/yyy/", windows: false);
*
* // C%3A
* new Uri.file("C:", windows: false);
* ```
*
* Examples using Windows semantics:
*
* ```
* // xxx/yyy
* new Uri.file(r"xxx\yyy", windows: true);
*
* // xxx/yyy/
* new Uri.file(r"xxx\yyy\", windows: true);
*
* file:///xxx/yyy
* new Uri.file(r"\xxx\yyy", windows: true);
*
* file:///xxx/yyy/
* new Uri.file(r"\xxx\yyy/", windows: true);
*
* // file:///C:/xxx/yyy
* new Uri.file(r"C:\xxx\yyy", windows: true);
*
* // This throws an error. A path with a drive letter, but no following
* // path, is not allowed.
* new Uri.file(r"C:", windows: true);
*
* // This throws an error. A path with a drive letter is not absolute.
* new Uri.file(r"C:xxx\yyy", windows: true);
*
* // file://server/share/file
* new Uri.file(r"\\server\share\file", windows: true);
* ```
*
* If the path passed is not a valid file path, an error is thrown.
*/
factory Uri.file(String path, {bool windows}) = _Uri.file;
/**
* Like [Uri.file] except that a non-empty URI path ends in a slash.
*
* If [path] is not empty, and it doesn't end in a directory separator,
* then a slash is added to the returned URI's path.
* In all other cases, the result is the same as returned by `Uri.file`.
*/
factory Uri.directory(String path, {bool windows}) = _Uri.directory;
/**
* Creates a `data:` URI containing the [content] string.
*
* Converts the content to a bytes using [encoding] or the charset specified
* in [parameters] (defaulting to US-ASCII if not specified or unrecognized),
* then encodes the bytes into the resulting data URI.
*
* Defaults to encoding using percent-encoding (any non-ASCII or non-URI-valid
* bytes is replaced by a percent encoding). If [base64] is true, the bytes
* are instead encoded using [BASE64].
*
* If [encoding] is not provided and [parameters] has a `charset` entry,
* that name is looked up using [Encoding.getByName],
* and if the lookup returns an encoding, that encoding is used to convert
* [content] to bytes.
* If providing both an [encoding] and a charset [parameter], they should
* agree, otherwise decoding won't be able to use the charset parameter
* to determine the encoding.
*
* If [mimeType] and/or [parameters] are supplied, they are added to the
* created URI. If any of these contain characters that are not allowed
* in the data URI, the character is percent-escaped. If the character is
* non-ASCII, it is first UTF-8 encoded and then the bytes are percent
* encoded. An omitted [mimeType] in a data URI means `text/plain`, just
* as an omitted `charset` parameter defaults to meaning `US-ASCII`.
*
* To read the content back, use [UriData.contentAsString].
*/
factory Uri.dataFromString(String content,
{String mimeType,
Encoding encoding,
Map<String, String> parameters,
bool base64: false}) {
UriData data = new UriData.fromString(content,
mimeType: mimeType,
encoding: encoding,
parameters: parameters,
base64: base64);
return data.uri;
}
/**
* Creates a `data:` URI containing an encoding of [bytes].
*
* Defaults to Base64 encoding the bytes, but if [percentEncoded]
* is `true`, the bytes will instead be percent encoded (any non-ASCII
* or non-valid-ASCII-character byte is replaced by a percent encoding).
*
* To read the bytes back, use [UriData.contentAsBytes].
*
* It defaults to having the mime-type `application/octet-stream`.
* The [mimeType] and [parameters] are added to the created URI.
* If any of these contain characters that are not allowed
* in the data URI, the character is percent-escaped. If the character is
* non-ASCII, it is first UTF-8 encoded and then the bytes are percent
* encoded.
*/
factory Uri.dataFromBytes(List<int> bytes,
{mimeType: "application/octet-stream",
Map<String, String> parameters,
percentEncoded: false}) {
UriData data = new UriData.fromBytes(bytes,
mimeType: mimeType,
parameters: parameters,
percentEncoded: percentEncoded);
return data.uri;
}
/**
* The scheme component of the URI.
*
* Returns the empty string if there is no scheme component.
*
* A URI scheme is case insensitive.
* The returned scheme is canonicalized to lowercase letters.
*/
String get scheme;
/**
* Returns the authority component.
*
* The authority is formatted from the [userInfo], [host] and [port]
* parts.
*
* Returns the empty string if there is no authority component.
*/
String get authority;
/**
* Returns the user info part of the authority component.
*
* Returns the empty string if there is no user info in the
* authority component.
*/
String get userInfo;
/**
* Returns the host part of the authority component.
*
* Returns the empty string if there is no authority component and
* hence no host.
*
* If the host is an IP version 6 address, the surrounding `[` and `]` is
* removed.
*
* The host string is case-insensitive.
* The returned host name is canonicalized to lower-case
* with upper-case percent-escapes.
*/
String get host;
/**
* Returns the port part of the authority component.
*
* Returns the default port if there is no port number in the authority
* component. That's 80 for http, 443 for https, and 0 for everything else.
*/
int get port;
/**
* Returns the path component.
*
* The returned path is encoded. To get direct access to the decoded
* path use [pathSegments].
*
* Returns the empty string if there is no path component.
*/
String get path;
/**
* Returns the query component. The returned query is encoded. To get
* direct access to the decoded query use [queryParameters].
*
* Returns the empty string if there is no query component.
*/
String get query;
/**
* Returns the fragment identifier component.
*
* Returns the empty string if there is no fragment identifier
* component.
*/
String get fragment;
/**
* Returns the URI path split into its segments. Each of the segments in the
* returned list have been decoded. If the path is empty the empty list will
* be returned. A leading slash `/` does not affect the segments returned.
*
* The returned list is unmodifiable and will throw [UnsupportedError] on any
* calls that would mutate it.
*/
List<String> get pathSegments;
/**
* Returns the URI query split into a map according to the rules
* specified for FORM post in the [HTML 4.01 specification section
* 17.13.4](http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/interact/forms.html#h-17.13.4 "HTML 4.01 section 17.13.4").
* Each key and value in the returned map has been decoded.
* If there is no query the empty map is returned.
*
* Keys in the query string that have no value are mapped to the
* empty string.
* If a key occurs more than once in the query string, it is mapped to
* an arbitrary choice of possible value.
* The [queryParametersAll] getter can provide a map
* that maps keys to all of their values.
*
* The returned map is unmodifiable.
*/
Map<String, String> get queryParameters;
/**
* Returns the URI query split into a map according to the rules
* specified for FORM post in the [HTML 4.01 specification section
* 17.13.4](http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/interact/forms.html#h-17.13.4 "HTML 4.01 section 17.13.4").
* Each key and value in the returned map has been decoded. If there is no
* query the empty map is returned.
*
* Keys are mapped to lists of their values. If a key occurs only once,
* its value is a singleton list. If a key occurs with no value, the
* empty string is used as the value for that occurrence.
*
* The returned map and the lists it contains are unmodifiable.
*/
Map<String, List<String>> get queryParametersAll;
/**
* Returns whether the URI is absolute.
*
* A URI is an absolute URI in the sense of RFC 3986 if it has a scheme
* and no fragment.
*/
bool get isAbsolute;
/**
* Returns whether the URI has a [scheme] component.
*/
bool get hasScheme => scheme.isNotEmpty;
/**
* Returns whether the URI has an [authority] component.
*/
bool get hasAuthority;
/**
* Returns whether the URI has an explicit port.
*
* If the port number is the default port number
* (zero for unrecognized schemes, with http (80) and https (443) being
* recognized),
* then the port is made implicit and omitted from the URI.
*/
bool get hasPort;
/**
* Returns whether the URI has a query part.
*/
bool get hasQuery;
/**
* Returns whether the URI has a fragment part.
*/
bool get hasFragment;
/**
* Returns whether the URI has an empty path.
*/
bool get hasEmptyPath;
/**
* Returns whether the URI has an absolute path (starting with '/').
*/
bool get hasAbsolutePath;
/**
* Returns the origin of the URI in the form scheme://host:port for the
* schemes http and https.
*
* It is an error if the scheme is not "http" or "https", or if the host name
* is missing or empty.
*
* See: http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-html5-20110405/origin-0.html#origin
*/
String get origin;
/// Whether the scheme of this [Uri] is [scheme].
///
/// The [scheme] should be the same as the one returned by [Uri.scheme],
/// but doesn't have to be case-normalized to lower-case characters.
///
/// Example:
/// ```dart
/// var uri = Uri.parse("http://example.com/");
/// print(uri.isScheme("HTTP")); // Prints true.
/// ```
///
/// A `null` or empty [scheme] string matches a URI with no scheme
/// (one where [hasScheme] returns false).
bool isScheme(String scheme);
/**
* Returns the file path from a file URI.
*
* The returned path has either Windows or non-Windows
* semantics.
*
* For non-Windows semantics the slash ("/") is used to separate
* path segments.
*
* For Windows semantics the backslash ("\\") separator is used to
* separate path segments.
*
* If the URI is absolute the path starts with a path separator
* unless Windows semantics is used and the first path segment is a
* drive letter. When Windows semantics is used a host component in
* the uri in interpreted as a file server and a UNC path is
* returned.
*
* The default for whether to use Windows or non-Windows semantics
* determined from the platform Dart is running on. When running in
* the standalone VM this is detected by the VM based on the
* operating system. When running in a browser non-Windows semantics
* is always used.
*
* To override the automatic detection of which semantics to use pass
* a value for [windows]. Passing `true` will use Windows
* semantics and passing `false` will use non-Windows semantics.
*
* If the URI ends with a slash (i.e. the last path component is
* empty) the returned file path will also end with a slash.
*
* With Windows semantics URIs starting with a drive letter cannot
* be relative to the current drive on the designated drive. That is
* for the URI `file:///c:abc` calling `toFilePath` will throw as a
* path segment cannot contain colon on Windows.
*
* Examples using non-Windows semantics (resulting of calling
* toFilePath in comment):
*
* Uri.parse("xxx/yyy"); // xxx/yyy
* Uri.parse("xxx/yyy/"); // xxx/yyy/
* Uri.parse("file:///xxx/yyy"); // /xxx/yyy
* Uri.parse("file:///xxx/yyy/"); // /xxx/yyy/
* Uri.parse("file:///C:"); // /C:
* Uri.parse("file:///C:a"); // /C:a
*
* Examples using Windows semantics (resulting URI in comment):
*
* Uri.parse("xxx/yyy"); // xxx\yyy
* Uri.parse("xxx/yyy/"); // xxx\yyy\
* Uri.parse("file:///xxx/yyy"); // \xxx\yyy
* Uri.parse("file:///xxx/yyy/"); // \xxx\yyy\
* Uri.parse("file:///C:/xxx/yyy"); // C:\xxx\yyy
* Uri.parse("file:C:xxx/yyy"); // Throws as a path segment
* // cannot contain colon on Windows.
* Uri.parse("file://server/share/file"); // \\server\share\file
*
* If the URI is not a file URI calling this throws
* [UnsupportedError].
*
* If the URI cannot be converted to a file path calling this throws
* [UnsupportedError].
*/
// TODO(lrn): Deprecate and move functionality to File class or similar.
// The core libraries should not worry about the platform.
String toFilePath({bool windows});
/**
* Access the structure of a `data:` URI.
*
* Returns a [UriData] object for `data:` URIs and `null` for all other
* URIs.
* The [UriData] object can be used to access the media type and data
* of a `data:` URI.
*/
UriData get data;
/// Returns a hash code computed as `toString().hashCode`.
///
/// This guarantees that URIs with the same normalized
int get hashCode;
/// A URI is equal to another URI with the same normalized representation.
bool operator==(Object other);
/// Returns the normalized string representation of the URI.
String toString();
/**
* Returns a new `Uri` based on this one, but with some parts replaced.
*
* This method takes the same parameters as the [new Uri] constructor,
* and they have the same meaning.
*
* At most one of [path] and [pathSegments] must be provided.
* Likewise, at most one of [query] and [queryParameters] must be provided.
*
* Each part that is not provided will default to the corresponding
* value from this `Uri` instead.
*
* This method is different from [Uri.resolve] which overrides in a
* hierarchical manner,
* and can instead replace each part of a `Uri` individually.
*
* Example:
*
* Uri uri1 = Uri.parse("a://b@c:4/d/e?f#g");
* Uri uri2 = uri1.replace(scheme: "A", path: "D/E/E", fragment: "G");
* print(uri2); // prints "a://b@c:4/D/E/E?f#G"
*
* This method acts similarly to using the `new Uri` constructor with
* some of the arguments taken from this `Uri`. Example:
*
* Uri uri3 = new Uri(
* scheme: "A",
* userInfo: uri1.userInfo,
* host: uri1.host,
* port: uri1.port,
* path: "D/E/E",
* query: uri1.query,
* fragment: "G");
* print(uri3); // prints "a://b@c:4/D/E/E?f#G"
* print(uri2 == uri3); // prints true.
*
* Using this method can be seen as a shorthand for the `Uri` constructor
* call above, but may also be slightly faster because the parts taken
* from this `Uri` need not be checked for validity again.
*/
Uri replace({String scheme,
String userInfo,
String host,
int port,
String path,
Iterable<String> pathSegments,
String query,
Map<String, dynamic/*String|Iterable<String>*/> queryParameters,
String fragment});
/**
* Returns a `Uri` that differs from this only in not having a fragment.
*
* If this `Uri` does not have a fragment, it is itself returned.
*/
Uri removeFragment();
/**
* Resolve [reference] as an URI relative to `this`.
*
* First turn [reference] into a URI using [Uri.parse]. Then resolve the
* resulting URI relative to `this`.
*
* Returns the resolved URI.
*
* See [resolveUri] for details.
*/
Uri resolve(String reference);
/**
* Resolve [reference] as an URI relative to `this`.
*
* Returns the resolved URI.
*
* The algorithm "Transform Reference" for resolving a reference is described
* in [RFC-3986 Section 5](http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986#section-5 "RFC-1123").
*
* Updated to handle the case where the base URI is just a relative path -
* that is: when it has no scheme and no authority and the path does not start
* with a slash.
* In that case, the paths are combined without removing leading "..", and
* an empty path is not converted to "/".
*/
Uri resolveUri(Uri reference);
/**
* Returns a URI where the path has been normalized.
*
* A normalized path does not contain `.` segments or non-leading `..`
* segments.
* Only a relative path with no scheme or authority may contain
* leading `..` segments,
* a path that starts with `/` will also drop any leading `..` segments.
*
* This uses the same normalization strategy as `new Uri().resolve(this)`.
*
* Does not change any part of the URI except the path.
*
* The default implementation of `Uri` always normalizes paths, so calling
* this function has no effect.
*/
Uri normalizePath();
/**
* Creates a new `Uri` object by parsing a URI string.
*
* If [start] and [end] are provided, only the substring from `start`
* to `end` is parsed as a URI.
*
* If the string is not valid as a URI or URI reference,
* a [FormatException] is thrown.
*/
static Uri parse(String uri, [int start = 0, int end]) {
// This parsing will not validate percent-encoding, IPv6, etc.
// When done splitting into parts, it will call, e.g., [_makeFragment]
// to do the final parsing.
//
// Important parts of the RFC 3986 used here:
// URI = scheme ":" hier-part [ "?" query ] [ "#" fragment ]
//
// hier-part = "//" authority path-abempty
// / path-absolute
// / path-rootless
// / path-empty
//
// URI-reference = URI / relative-ref
//
// absolute-URI = scheme ":" hier-part [ "?" query ]
//
// relative-ref = relative-part [ "?" query ] [ "#" fragment ]
//
// relative-part = "//" authority path-abempty
// / path-absolute
// / path-noscheme
// / path-empty
//
// scheme = ALPHA *( ALPHA / DIGIT / "+" / "-" / "." )
//
// authority = [ userinfo "@" ] host [ ":" port ]
// userinfo = *( unreserved / pct-encoded / sub-delims / ":" )
// host = IP-literal / IPv4address / reg-name
// port = *DIGIT
// reg-name = *( unreserved / pct-encoded / sub-delims )
//
// path = path-abempty ; begins with "/" or is empty
// / path-absolute ; begins with "/" but not "//"
// / path-noscheme ; begins with a non-colon segment
// / path-rootless ; begins with a segment
// / path-empty ; zero characters
//
// path-abempty = *( "/" segment )
// path-absolute = "/" [ segment-nz *( "/" segment ) ]
// path-noscheme = segment-nz-nc *( "/" segment )
// path-rootless = segment-nz *( "/" segment )
// path-empty = 0<pchar>
//
// segment = *pchar
// segment-nz = 1*pchar
// segment-nz-nc = 1*( unreserved / pct-encoded / sub-delims / "@" )
// ; non-zero-length segment without any colon ":"
//
// pchar = unreserved / pct-encoded / sub-delims / ":" / "@"
//
// query = *( pchar / "/" / "?" )
//
// fragment = *( pchar / "/" / "?" )
end ??= uri.length;
// Special case data:URIs. Ignore case when testing.
if (end >= start + 5) {
int dataDelta = _startsWithData(uri, start);
if (dataDelta == 0) {
// The case is right.
if (start > 0 || end < uri.length) uri = uri.substring(start, end);
return UriData._parse(uri, 5, null).uri;
} else if (dataDelta == 0x20) {
return UriData._parse(uri.substring(start + 5, end), 0, null).uri;
}
// Otherwise the URI doesn't start with "data:" or any case variant of it.
}
// The following index-normalization belongs with the scanning, but is
// easier to do here because we already have extracted variables from the
// indices list.
var indices = new List<int>(8);//new List<int>.filled(8, start - 1);
// Set default values for each position.
// The value will either be correct in some cases where it isn't set
// by the scanner, or it is clearly recognizable as an unset value.
indices
..[0] = 0
..[_schemeEndIndex] = start - 1
..[_hostStartIndex] = start - 1
..[_notSimpleIndex] = start - 1
..[_portStartIndex] = start
..[_pathStartIndex] = start
..[_queryStartIndex] = end
..[_fragmentStartIndex] = end;
var state = _scan(uri, start, end, _uriStart, indices);
// Some states that should be non-simple, but the URI ended early.
// Paths that end at a ".." must be normalized to end in "../".
if (state >= _nonSimpleEndStates) {
indices[_notSimpleIndex] = end;
}
int schemeEnd = indices[_schemeEndIndex];
if (schemeEnd >= start) {
// Rescan the scheme part now that we know it's not a path.
state = _scan(uri, start, schemeEnd, _schemeStart, indices);
if (state == _schemeStart) {
// Empty scheme.
indices[_notSimpleIndex] = schemeEnd;
}
}
// The returned positions are limited by the scanners ability to write only
// one position per character, and only the current position.
// Scanning from left to right, we only know whether something is a scheme
// or a path when we see a `:` or `/`, and likewise we only know if the first
// `/` is part of the path or is leading an authority component when we see
// the next character.
int hostStart = indices[_hostStartIndex] + 1;
int portStart = indices[_portStartIndex];
int pathStart = indices[_pathStartIndex];
int queryStart = indices[_queryStartIndex];
int fragmentStart = indices[_fragmentStartIndex];
// We may discover scheme while handling special cases.
String scheme;
// Derive some positions that weren't set to normalize the indices.
// If pathStart isn't set (it's before scheme end or host start), then
// the path is empty.
if (fragmentStart < queryStart) queryStart = fragmentStart;
if (pathStart < hostStart || pathStart <= schemeEnd) {
pathStart = queryStart;
}
// If there is an authority with no port, set the port position
// to be at the end of the authority (equal to pathStart).
// This also handles a ":" in a user-info component incorrectly setting
// the port start position.
if (portStart < hostStart) portStart = pathStart;
assert(hostStart == start || schemeEnd <= hostStart);
assert(hostStart <= portStart);
assert(schemeEnd <= pathStart);
assert(portStart <= pathStart);
assert(pathStart <= queryStart);
assert(queryStart <= fragmentStart);
bool isSimple = indices[_notSimpleIndex] < start;
if (isSimple) {
// Check/do normalizations that weren't detected by the scanner.
// This includes removal of empty port or userInfo,
// or scheme specific port and path normalizations.
if (hostStart > schemeEnd + 3) {
// Always be non-simple if URI contains user-info.
// The scanner doesn't set the not-simple position in this case because
// it's setting the host-start position instead.
isSimple = false;
} else if (portStart > start && portStart + 1 == pathStart) {
// If the port is empty, it should be omitted.
// Pathological case, don't bother correcting it.
isSimple = false;
} else if (queryStart < end &&
(queryStart == pathStart + 2 &&
uri.startsWith("..", pathStart)) ||
(queryStart > pathStart + 2 &&
uri.startsWith("/..", queryStart - 3))) {
// The path ends in a ".." segment. This should be normalized to "../".
// We didn't detect this while scanning because a query or fragment was
// detected at the same time (which is why we only need to check this
// if there is something after the path).
isSimple = false;
} else {
// There are a few scheme-based normalizations that
// the scanner couldn't check.
// That means that the input is very close to simple, so just do
// the normalizations.
if (schemeEnd == start + 4) {
// Do scheme based normalizations for file, http.
if (uri.startsWith("file", start)) {
scheme = "file";
if (hostStart <= start) {
// File URIs should have an authority.
// Paths after an authority should be absolute.
String schemeAuth = "file://";
int delta = 2;
if (!uri.startsWith("/", pathStart)) {
schemeAuth = "file:///";
delta = 3;
}
uri = schemeAuth + uri.substring(pathStart, end);
schemeEnd -= start;
hostStart = 7;
portStart = 7;
pathStart = 7;
queryStart += delta - start;
fragmentStart += delta - start;
start = 0;
end = uri.length;
} else if (pathStart == queryStart) {
// Uri has authority and empty path. Add "/" as path.
if (start == 0 && end == uri.length) {
uri = uri.replaceRange(pathStart, queryStart, "/");
queryStart += 1;
fragmentStart += 1;
end += 1;
} else {
uri = "${uri.substring(start, pathStart)}/"
"${uri.substring(queryStart, end)}";
schemeEnd -= start;
hostStart -= start;
portStart -= start;
pathStart -= start;
queryStart += 1 - start;
fragmentStart += 1 - start;
start = 0;
end = uri.length;
}
}
} else if (uri.startsWith("http", start)) {
scheme = "http";
// HTTP URIs should not have an explicit port of 80.
if (portStart > start && portStart + 3 == pathStart &&
uri.startsWith("80", portStart + 1)) {
if (start == 0 && end == uri.length) {
uri = uri.replaceRange(portStart, pathStart, "");
pathStart -= 3;
queryStart -= 3;
fragmentStart -= 3;
end -= 3;
} else {
uri = uri.substring(start, portStart) +
uri.substring(pathStart, end);
schemeEnd -= start;
hostStart -= start;
portStart -= start;
pathStart -= 3 + start;
queryStart -= 3 + start;
fragmentStart -= 3 + start;
start = 0;
end = uri.length;
}
}
}
} else if (schemeEnd == start + 5 && uri.startsWith("https", start)) {
scheme = "https";
// HTTPS URIs should not have an explicit port of 443.
if (portStart > start && portStart + 4 == pathStart &&
uri.startsWith("443", portStart + 1)) {
if (start == 0 && end == uri.length) {
uri = uri.replaceRange(portStart, pathStart, "");
pathStart -= 4;
queryStart -= 4;
fragmentStart -= 4;
end -= 3;
} else {
uri = uri.substring(start, portStart) +
uri.substring(pathStart, end);
schemeEnd -= start;
hostStart -= start;
portStart -= start;
pathStart -= 4 + start;
queryStart -= 4 + start;
fragmentStart -= 4 + start;
start = 0;
end = uri.length;
}
}
}
}
}
if (isSimple) {
if (start > 0 || end < uri.length) {
uri = uri.substring(start, end);
schemeEnd -= start;
hostStart -= start;
portStart -= start;
pathStart -= start;
queryStart -= start;
fragmentStart -= start;
}
return new _SimpleUri(uri, schemeEnd, hostStart, portStart, pathStart,
queryStart, fragmentStart, scheme);
}
return new _Uri.notSimple(uri, start, end, schemeEnd, hostStart, portStart,
pathStart, queryStart, fragmentStart, scheme);
}
/**
* Encode the string [component] using percent-encoding to make it
* safe for literal use as a URI component.
*
* All characters except uppercase and lowercase letters, digits and
* the characters `-_.!~*'()` are percent-encoded. This is the
* set of characters specified in RFC 2396 and the which is
* specified for the encodeUriComponent in ECMA-262 version 5.1.
*
* When manually encoding path segments or query components remember
* to encode each part separately before building the path or query
* string.
*
* For encoding the query part consider using
* [encodeQueryComponent].
*
* To avoid the need for explicitly encoding use the [pathSegments]
* and [queryParameters] optional named arguments when constructing
* a [Uri].
*/
static String encodeComponent(String component) {
return _Uri._uriEncode(_Uri._unreserved2396Table, component, UTF8, false);
}
/**
* Encode the string [component] according to the HTML 4.01 rules
* for encoding the posting of a HTML form as a query string
* component.
*
* Encode the string [component] according to the HTML 4.01 rules
* for encoding the posting of a HTML form as a query string
* component.
* The component is first encoded to bytes using [encoding].
* The default is to use [UTF8] encoding, which preserves all
* the characters that don't need encoding.
* Then the resulting bytes are "percent-encoded". This transforms
* spaces (U+0020) to a plus sign ('+') and all bytes that are not
* the ASCII decimal digits, letters or one of '-._~' are written as
* a percent sign '%' followed by the two-digit hexadecimal
* representation of the byte.
* Note that the set of characters which are percent-encoded is a
* superset of what HTML 4.01 requires, since it refers to RFC 1738
* for reserved characters.
*
* When manually encoding query components remember to encode each
* part separately before building the query string.
*
* To avoid the need for explicitly encoding the query use the
* [queryParameters] optional named arguments when constructing a
* [Uri].
*
* See http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/interact/forms.html#h-17.13.4.2 for more
* details.
*/
static String encodeQueryComponent(String component,
{Encoding encoding: UTF8}) {
return _Uri._uriEncode(_Uri._unreservedTable, component, encoding, true);
}
/**
* Decodes the percent-encoding in [encodedComponent].
*
* Note that decoding a URI component might change its meaning as
* some of the decoded characters could be characters with are
* delimiters for a given URI component type. Always split a URI
* component using the delimiters for the component before decoding
* the individual parts.
*
* For handling the [path] and [query] components consider using
* [pathSegments] and [queryParameters] to get the separated and
* decoded component.
*/
static String decodeComponent(String encodedComponent) {
return _Uri._uriDecode(encodedComponent, 0, encodedComponent.length,
UTF8, false);
}
/**
* Decodes the percent-encoding in [encodedComponent], converting
* pluses to spaces.
*
* It will create a byte-list of the decoded characters, and then use
* [encoding] to decode the byte-list to a String. The default encoding is
* UTF-8.
*/
static String decodeQueryComponent(
String encodedComponent,
{Encoding encoding: UTF8}) {
return _Uri._uriDecode(encodedComponent, 0, encodedComponent.length,
encoding, true);
}
/**
* Encode the string [uri] using percent-encoding to make it
* safe for literal use as a full URI.
*
* All characters except uppercase and lowercase letters, digits and
* the characters `!#$&'()*+,-./:;=?@_~` are percent-encoded. This
* is the set of characters specified in in ECMA-262 version 5.1 for
* the encodeURI function .
*/
static String encodeFull(String uri) {
return _Uri._uriEncode(_Uri._encodeFullTable, uri, UTF8, false);
}
/**
* Decodes the percent-encoding in [uri].
*
* Note that decoding a full URI might change its meaning as some of
* the decoded characters could be reserved characters. In most
* cases an encoded URI should be parsed into components using
* [Uri.parse] before decoding the separate components.
*/
static String decodeFull(String uri) {
return _Uri._uriDecode(uri, 0, uri.length, UTF8, false);
}
/**
* Returns the [query] split into a map according to the rules
* specified for FORM post in the [HTML 4.01 specification section
* 17.13.4](http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/interact/forms.html#h-17.13.4 "HTML 4.01 section 17.13.4").
* Each key and value in the returned map has been decoded. If the [query]
* is the empty string an empty map is returned.
*
* Keys in the query string that have no value are mapped to the
* empty string.
*
* Each query component will be decoded using [encoding]. The default encoding
* is UTF-8.
*/
static Map<String, String> splitQueryString(String query,
{Encoding encoding: UTF8}) {
return query.split("&").fold({}, (map, element) {
int index = element.indexOf("=");
if (index == -1) {
if (element != "") {
map[decodeQueryComponent(element, encoding: encoding)] = "";
}
} else if (index != 0) {
var key = element.substring(0, index);
var value = element.substring(index + 1);
map[decodeQueryComponent(key, encoding: encoding)] =
decodeQueryComponent(value, encoding: encoding);
}
return map;
});
}
/**
* Parse the [host] as an IP version 4 (IPv4) address, returning the address
* as a list of 4 bytes in network byte order (big endian).
*
* Throws a [FormatException] if [host] is not a valid IPv4 address
* representation.
*/
static List<int> parseIPv4Address(String host) =>
_parseIPv4Address(host, 0, host.length);
/// Implementation of [parseIPv4Address] that can work on a substring.
static List<int> _parseIPv4Address(String host, int start, int end) {
void error(String msg, int position) {
throw new FormatException('Illegal IPv4 address, $msg', host, position);
}
var result = new Uint8List(4);
int partIndex = 0;
int partStart = start;
for (int i = start; i < end; i++) {
int char = host.codeUnitAt(i);
if (char != _DOT) {
if (char ^ 0x30 > 9) {
// Fail on a non-digit character.
error("invalid character", i);
}
} else {
if (partIndex == 3) {
error('IPv4 address should contain exactly 4 parts', i);
}
int part = int.parse(host.substring(partStart, i));
if (part > 255) {
error("each part must be in the range 0..255", partStart);
}
result[partIndex++] = part;
partStart = i + 1;
}
}
if (partIndex != 3) {
error('IPv4 address should contain exactly 4 parts', end);
}
int part = int.parse(host.substring(partStart, end));
if (part > 255) {
error("each part must be in the range 0..255", partStart);
}
result[partIndex] = part;
return result;
}
/**
* Parse the [host] as an IP version 6 (IPv6) address, returning the address
* as a list of 16 bytes in network byte order (big endian).
*
* Throws a [FormatException] if [host] is not a valid IPv6 address
* representation.
*
* Acts on the substring from [start] to [end]. If [end] is omitted, it
* defaults ot the end of the string.
*
* Some examples of IPv6 addresses:
* * ::1
* * FEDC:BA98:7654:3210:FEDC:BA98:7654:3210
* * 3ffe:2a00:100:7031::1
* * ::FFFF:129.144.52.38
* * 2010:836B:4179::836B:4179
*/
static List<int> parseIPv6Address(String host, [int start = 0, int end]) {
if (end == null) end = host.length;
// An IPv6 address consists of exactly 8 parts of 1-4 hex digits, separated
// by `:`'s, with the following exceptions:
//
// - One (and only one) wildcard (`::`) may be present, representing a fill
// of 0's. The IPv6 `::` is thus 16 bytes of `0`.
// - The last two parts may be replaced by an IPv4 "dotted-quad" address.
// Helper function for reporting a badly formatted IPv6 address.
void error(String msg, [position]) {
throw new FormatException('Illegal IPv6 address, $msg', host, position);
}
// Parse a hex block.
int parseHex(int start, int end) {
if (end - start > 4) {
error('an IPv6 part can only contain a maximum of 4 hex digits', start);
}
int value = int.parse(host.substring(start, end), radix: 16);
if (value < 0 || value > 0xFFFF) {
error('each part must be in the range of `0x0..0xFFFF`', start);
}
return value;
}
if (host.length < 2) error('address is too short');
List<int> parts = [];
bool wildcardSeen = false;
// Set if seeing a ".", suggesting that there is an IPv4 address.
bool seenDot = false;
int partStart = start;
// Parse all parts, except a potential last one.
for (int i = start; i < end; i++) {
int char = host.codeUnitAt(i);
if (char == _COLON) {
if (i == start) {
// If we see a `:` in the beginning, expect wildcard.
i++;
if (host.codeUnitAt(i) != _COLON) {
error('invalid start colon.', i);
}
partStart = i;
}
if (i == partStart) {
// Wildcard. We only allow one.
if (wildcardSeen) {
error('only one wildcard `::` is allowed', i);
}
wildcardSeen = true;
parts.add(-1);
} else {
// Found a single colon. Parse [partStart..i] as a hex entry.
parts.add(parseHex(partStart, i));
}
partStart = i + 1;
} else if (char == _DOT) {
seenDot = true;
}
}
if (parts.length == 0) error('too few parts');
bool atEnd = (partStart == end);
bool isLastWildcard = (parts.last == -1);
if (atEnd && !isLastWildcard) {
error('expected a part after last `:`', end);
}
if (!atEnd) {
if (!seenDot) {
parts.add(parseHex(partStart, end));
} else {
List<int> last = _parseIPv4Address(host, partStart, end);
parts.add(last[0] << 8 | last[1]);
parts.add(last[2] << 8 | last[3]);
}
}
if (wildcardSeen) {
if (parts.length > 7) {
error('an address with a wildcard must have less than 7 parts');
}
} else if (parts.length != 8) {
error('an address without a wildcard must contain exactly 8 parts');
}
List<int> bytes = new Uint8List(16);
for (int i = 0, index = 0; i < parts.length; i++) {
int value = parts[i];
if (value == -1) {
int wildCardLength = 9 - parts.length;
for (int j = 0; j < wildCardLength; j++) {
bytes[index] = 0;
bytes[index + 1] = 0;
index += 2;
}
} else {
bytes[index] = value >> 8;
bytes[index + 1] = value & 0xff;
index += 2;
}
}
return bytes;
}
}
class _Uri implements Uri {
// We represent the missing scheme as an empty string.
// A valid scheme cannot be empty.
final String scheme;
/**
* The user-info part of the authority.
*
* Does not distinguish between an empty user-info and an absent one.
* The value is always non-null.
* Is considered absent if [_host] is `null`.
*/
final String _userInfo;
/**
* The host name of the URI.
*
* Set to `null` if there is no authority in the URI.
* The host name is the only mandatory part of an authority, so we use
* it to mark whether an authority part was present or not.
*/
final String _host;
/**
* The port number part of the authority.
*
* The port. Set to null if there is no port. Normalized to null if
* the port is the default port for the scheme.
*/
int _port;
/**
* The path of the URI.
*
* Always non-null.
*/
final String path;
// The query content, or null if there is no query.
final String _query;
// The fragment content, or null if there is no fragment.
final String _fragment;
/**
* Cache the computed return value of [pathSegments].
*/
List<String> _pathSegments;
/**
* Cache of the full normalized text representation of the URI.
*/
String _text;
/**
* Cache of the hashCode of [_text].
*
* Is null until computed.
*/
int _hashCodeCache;
/**
* Cache the computed return value of [queryParameters].
*/
Map<String, String> _queryParameters;
Map<String, List<String>> _queryParameterLists;
/// Internal non-verifying constructor. Only call with validated arguments.
///
/// The components must be properly normalized.
///
/// Use `null` for [_host] if there is no authority. In that case, always
/// pass `null` for [_port] and [_userInfo] as well.
///
/// Use `null` for [_port], [_userInfo], [_query] and [_fragment] if there is
/// component of that type.
///
/// The [path] and [scheme] are never empty.
_Uri._internal(this.scheme,
this._userInfo,
this._host,
this._port,
this.path,
this._query,
this._fragment);
/// Create a [_Uri] from parts of [uri].
///
/// The parameters specify the start/end of particular components of the URI.
/// The [scheme] may contain a string representing a normalized scheme
/// component if one has already been discovered.
factory _Uri.notSimple(String uri, int start, int end, int schemeEnd,
int hostStart, int portStart, int pathStart,
int queryStart, int fragmentStart, String scheme) {
if (scheme == null) {
scheme = "";
if (schemeEnd > start) {
scheme = _makeScheme(uri, start, schemeEnd);
} else if (schemeEnd == start) {
_fail(uri, start, "Invalid empty scheme");
}
}
String userInfo = "";
String host;
int port;
if (hostStart > start) {
int userInfoStart = schemeEnd + 3;
if (userInfoStart < hostStart) {
userInfo = _makeUserInfo(uri, userInfoStart, hostStart - 1);
}
host = _makeHost(uri, hostStart, portStart, false);
if (portStart + 1 < pathStart) {
// Should throw because invalid.
port = int.parse(uri.substring(portStart + 1, pathStart), onError: (_) {
throw new FormatException("Invalid port", uri, portStart + 1);
});
port = _makePort(port, scheme);
}
}
String path = _makePath(uri, pathStart, queryStart, null,
scheme, host != null);
String query;
if (queryStart < fragmentStart) {
query = _makeQuery(uri, queryStart + 1, fragmentStart, null);
}
String fragment;
if (fragmentStart < end) {
fragment = _makeFragment(uri, fragmentStart + 1, end);
}
return new _Uri._internal(scheme,
userInfo,
host,
port,
path,
query,
fragment);
}
/// Implementation of [Uri.Uri].
factory _Uri({String scheme,
String userInfo,
String host,
int port,
String path,
Iterable<String> pathSegments,
String query,
Map<String, dynamic/*String|Iterable<String>*/> queryParameters,
String fragment}) {
scheme = _makeScheme(scheme, 0, _stringOrNullLength(scheme));
userInfo = _makeUserInfo(userInfo, 0, _stringOrNullLength(userInfo));
host = _makeHost(host, 0, _stringOrNullLength(host), false);
// Special case this constructor for backwards compatibility.
if (query == "") query = null;
query = _makeQuery(query, 0, _stringOrNullLength(query), queryParameters);
fragment = _makeFragment(fragment, 0, _stringOrNullLength(fragment));
port = _makePort(port, scheme);
bool isFile = (scheme == "file");
if (host == null &&
(userInfo.isNotEmpty || port != null || isFile)) {
host = "";
}
bool hasAuthority = (host != null);
path = _makePath(path, 0, _stringOrNullLength(path), pathSegments,
scheme, hasAuthority);
if (scheme.isEmpty && host == null && !path.startsWith('/')) {
bool allowScheme = scheme.isNotEmpty || host != null;
path = _normalizeRelativePath(path, allowScheme);
} else {
path = _removeDotSegments(path);
}
if (host == null && path.startsWith("//")) {
host = "";
}
return new _Uri._internal(scheme, userInfo, host, port,
path, query, fragment);
}
/// Implementation of [Uri.http].
factory _Uri.http(String authority,
String unencodedPath,
[Map<String, String> queryParameters]) {
return _makeHttpUri("http", authority, unencodedPath, queryParameters);
}
/// Implementation of [Uri.https].
factory _Uri.https(String authority,
String unencodedPath,
[Map<String, String> queryParameters]) {
return _makeHttpUri("https", authority, unencodedPath, queryParameters);
}
String get authority {
if (!hasAuthority) return "";
var sb = new StringBuffer();
_writeAuthority(sb);
return sb.toString();
}
String get userInfo => _userInfo;
String get host {
if (_host == null) return "";
if (_host.startsWith('[')) {
return _host.substring(1, _host.length - 1);
}
return _host;
}
int get port {
if (_port == null) return _defaultPort(scheme);
return _port;
}
// The default port for the scheme of this Uri.
static int _defaultPort(String scheme) {
if (scheme == "http") return 80;
if (scheme == "https") return 443;
return 0;
}
String get query => _query ?? "";
String get fragment => _fragment ?? "";
bool isScheme(String scheme) {
String thisScheme = this.scheme;
if (scheme == null) return thisScheme.isEmpty;
if (scheme.length != thisScheme.length) return false;
return _compareScheme(scheme, thisScheme);
}
/// Compares scheme characters in [scheme] and at the start of [uri].
///
/// Returns `true` if [scheme] represents the same scheme as the start of
/// [uri]. That means having the same characters, but possibly different case
/// for letters.
///
/// This function doesn't check that the characters are valid URI scheme
/// characters. The [uri] is assumed to be valid, so if [scheme] matches
/// it, it has to be valid too.
///
/// The length should be tested before calling this function,
/// so the scheme part of [uri] is known to have the same length as [scheme].
static bool _compareScheme(String scheme, String uri) {
for (int i = 0; i < scheme.length; i++) {
int schemeChar = scheme.codeUnitAt(i);
int uriChar = uri.codeUnitAt(i);
int delta = schemeChar ^ uriChar;
if (delta != 0) {
if (delta == 0x20) {
// Might be a case difference.
int lowerChar = uriChar | delta;
if (0x61 /*a*/ <= lowerChar && lowerChar <= 0x7a /*z*/) {
continue;
}
}
return false;
}
}
return true;
}
// Report a parse failure.
static void _fail(String uri, int index, String message) {
throw new FormatException(message, uri, index);
}
static Uri _makeHttpUri(String scheme,
String authority,
String unencodedPath,
Map<String, String> queryParameters) {
var userInfo = "";
var host = null;
var port = null;
if (authority != null && authority.isNotEmpty) {
var hostStart = 0;
// Split off the user info.
bool hasUserInfo = false;
for (int i = 0; i < authority.length; i++) {
const int atSign = 0x40;
if (authority.codeUnitAt(i) == atSign) {
hasUserInfo = true;
userInfo = authority.substring(0, i);
hostStart = i + 1;
break;
}
}
var hostEnd = hostStart;
if (hostStart < authority.length &&
authority.codeUnitAt(hostStart) == _LEFT_BRACKET) {
// IPv6 host.
for (; hostEnd < authority.length; hostEnd++) {
if (authority.codeUnitAt(hostEnd) == _RIGHT_BRACKET) break;
}
if (hostEnd == authority.length) {
throw new FormatException("Invalid IPv6 host entry.",
authority, hostStart);
}
Uri.parseIPv6Address(authority, hostStart + 1, hostEnd);
hostEnd++; // Skip the closing bracket.
if (hostEnd != authority.length &&
authority.codeUnitAt(hostEnd) != _COLON) {
throw new FormatException("Invalid end of authority",
authority, hostEnd);
}
}
// Split host and port.
bool hasPort = false;
for (; hostEnd < authority.length; hostEnd++) {
if (authority.codeUnitAt(hostEnd) == _COLON) {
var portString = authority.substring(hostEnd + 1);
// We allow the empty port - falling back to initial value.
if (portString.isNotEmpty) port = int.parse(portString);
break;
}
}
host = authority.substring(hostStart, hostEnd);
}
return new Uri(scheme: scheme,
userInfo: userInfo,
host: host,
port: port,
pathSegments: unencodedPath.split("/"),
queryParameters: queryParameters);
}
/// Implementation of [Uri.file].
factory _Uri.file(String path, {bool windows}) {
windows = (windows == null) ? _Uri._isWindows : windows;
return windows ? _makeWindowsFileUrl(path, false)
: _makeFileUri(path, false);
}
/// Implementation of [Uri.directory].
factory _Uri.directory(String path, {bool windows}) {
windows = (windows == null) ? _Uri._isWindows : windows;
return windows ? _makeWindowsFileUrl(path, true)
: _makeFileUri(path, true);
}
/// Used internally in path-related constructors.
static bool get _isWindows => _isWindowsCached;
static _checkNonWindowsPathReservedCharacters(List<String> segments,
bool argumentError) {
segments.forEach((segment) {
if (segment.contains("/")) {
if (argumentError) {
throw new ArgumentError("Illegal path character $segment");
} else {
throw new UnsupportedError("Illegal path character $segment");
}
}
});
}
static _checkWindowsPathReservedCharacters(List<String> segments,
bool argumentError,
[int firstSegment = 0]) {
for (var segment in segments.skip(firstSegment)) {
if (segment.contains(new RegExp(r'["*/:<>?\\|]'))) {
if (argumentError) {
throw new ArgumentError("Illegal character in path");
} else {
throw new UnsupportedError("Illegal character in path");
}
}
}
}
static _checkWindowsDriveLetter(int charCode, bool argumentError) {
if ((_UPPER_CASE_A <= charCode && charCode <= _UPPER_CASE_Z) ||
(_LOWER_CASE_A <= charCode && charCode <= _LOWER_CASE_Z)) {
return;
}
if (argumentError) {
throw new ArgumentError("Illegal drive letter " +
new String.fromCharCode(charCode));
} else {
throw new UnsupportedError("Illegal drive letter " +
new String.fromCharCode(charCode));
}
}
static _makeFileUri(String path, bool slashTerminated) {
const String sep = "/";
var segments = path.split(sep);
if (slashTerminated &&
segments.isNotEmpty &&
segments.last.isNotEmpty) {
segments.add(""); // Extra separator at end.
}
if (path.startsWith(sep)) {
// Absolute file:// URI.
return new Uri(scheme: "file", pathSegments: segments);
} else {
// Relative URI.
return new Uri(pathSegments: segments);
}
}
static _makeWindowsFileUrl(String path, bool slashTerminated) {
if (path.startsWith(r"\\?\")) {
if (path.startsWith(r"UNC\", 4)) {
path = path.replaceRange(0, 7, r'\');
} else {
path = path.substring(4);
if (path.length < 3 ||
path.codeUnitAt(1) != _COLON ||
path.codeUnitAt(2) != _BACKSLASH) {
throw new ArgumentError(
r"Windows paths with \\?\ prefix must be absolute");
}
}
} else {
path = path.replaceAll("/", r'\');
}
const String sep = r'\';
if (path.length > 1 && path.codeUnitAt(1) == _COLON) {
_checkWindowsDriveLetter(path.codeUnitAt(0), true);
if (path.length == 2 || path.codeUnitAt(2) != _BACKSLASH) {
throw new ArgumentError(
"Windows paths with drive letter must be absolute");
}
// Absolute file://C:/ URI.
var pathSegments = path.split(sep);
if (slashTerminated &&
pathSegments.last.isNotEmpty) {
pathSegments.add(""); // Extra separator at end.
}
_checkWindowsPathReservedCharacters(pathSegments, true, 1);
return new Uri(scheme: "file", pathSegments: pathSegments);
}
if (path.startsWith(sep)) {
if (path.startsWith(sep, 1)) {
// Absolute file:// URI with host.
int pathStart = path.indexOf(r'\', 2);
String hostPart =
(pathStart < 0) ? path.substring(2) : path.substring(2, pathStart);
String pathPart =
(pathStart < 0) ? "" : path.substring(pathStart + 1);
var pathSegments = pathPart.split(sep);
_checkWindowsPathReservedCharacters(pathSegments, true);
if (slashTerminated &&
pathSegments.last.isNotEmpty) {
pathSegments.add(""); // Extra separator at end.
}
return new Uri(
scheme: "file", host: hostPart, pathSegments: pathSegments);
} else {
// Absolute file:// URI.
var pathSegments = path.split(sep);
if (slashTerminated &&
pathSegments.last.isNotEmpty) {
pathSegments.add(""); // Extra separator at end.
}
_checkWindowsPathReservedCharacters(pathSegments, true);
return new Uri(scheme: "file", pathSegments: pathSegments);
}
} else {
// Relative URI.
var pathSegments = path.split(sep);
_checkWindowsPathReservedCharacters(pathSegments, true);
if (slashTerminated &&
pathSegments.isNotEmpty &&
pathSegments.last.isNotEmpty) {
pathSegments.add(""); // Extra separator at end.
}
return new Uri(pathSegments: pathSegments);
}
}
Uri replace({String scheme,
String userInfo,
String host,
int port,
String path,
Iterable<String> pathSegments,
String query,
Map<String, dynamic/*String|Iterable<String>*/> queryParameters,
String fragment}) {
// Set to true if the scheme has (potentially) changed.
// In that case, the default port may also have changed and we need
// to check even the existing port.
bool schemeChanged = false;
if (scheme != null) {
scheme = _makeScheme(scheme, 0, scheme.length);
schemeChanged = (scheme != this.scheme);
} else {
scheme = this.scheme;
}
bool isFile = (scheme == "file");
if (userInfo != null) {
userInfo = _makeUserInfo(userInfo, 0, userInfo.length);
} else {
userInfo = this._userInfo;
}
if (port != null) {
port = _makePort(port, scheme);
} else {
port = this._port;
if (schemeChanged) {
// The default port might have changed.
port = _makePort(port, scheme);
}
}
if (host != null) {
host = _makeHost(host, 0, host.length, false);
} else if (this.hasAuthority) {
host = this._host;
} else if (userInfo.isNotEmpty || port != null || isFile) {
host = "";
}
bool hasAuthority = host != null;
if (path != null || pathSegments != null) {
path = _makePath(path, 0, _stringOrNullLength(path), pathSegments,
scheme, hasAuthority);
} else {
path = this.path;
if ((isFile || (hasAuthority && !path.isEmpty)) &&
!path.startsWith('/')) {
path = "/" + path;
}
}
if (query != null || queryParameters != null) {
query = _makeQuery(query, 0, _stringOrNullLength(query), queryParameters);
} else {
query = this._query;
}
if (fragment != null) {
fragment = _makeFragment(fragment, 0, fragment.length);
} else {
fragment = this._fragment;
}
return new _Uri._internal(
scheme, userInfo, host, port, path, query, fragment);
}
Uri removeFragment() {
if (!this.hasFragment) return this;
return new _Uri._internal(scheme, _userInfo, _host, _port,
path, _query, null);
}
List<String> get pathSegments {
var result = _pathSegments;
if (result != null) return result;
var pathToSplit = path;
if (pathToSplit.isNotEmpty && pathToSplit.codeUnitAt(0) == _SLASH) {
pathToSplit = pathToSplit.substring(1);
}
result = (pathToSplit == "")
? const<String>[]
: new List<String>.unmodifiable(
pathToSplit.split("/").map(Uri.decodeComponent));
_pathSegments = result;
return result;
}
Map<String, String> get queryParameters {
if (_queryParameters == null) {
_queryParameters =
new UnmodifiableMapView<String, String>(Uri.splitQueryString(query));
}
return _queryParameters;
}
Map<String, List<String>> get queryParametersAll {
if (_queryParameterLists == null) {
Map queryParameterLists = _splitQueryStringAll(query);
for (var key in queryParameterLists.keys) {
queryParameterLists[key] =
new List<String>.unmodifiable(queryParameterLists[key]);
}
_queryParameterLists =
new Map<String, List<String>>.unmodifiable(queryParameterLists);
}
return _queryParameterLists;
}
Uri normalizePath() {
String path = _normalizePath(this.path, scheme, hasAuthority);
if (identical(path, this.path)) return this;
return this.replace(path: path);
}
static int _makePort(int port, String scheme) {
// Perform scheme specific normalization.
if (port != null && port == _defaultPort(scheme)) return null;
return port;
}
/**
* Check and normalize a host name.
*
* If the host name starts and ends with '[' and ']', it is considered an
* IPv6 address. If [strictIPv6] is false, the address is also considered
* an IPv6 address if it contains any ':' character.
*
* If it is not an IPv6 address, it is case- and escape-normalized.
* This escapes all characters not valid in a reg-name,
* and converts all non-escape upper-case letters to lower-case.
*/
static String _makeHost(String host, int start, int end, bool strictIPv6) {
// TODO(lrn): Should we normalize IPv6 addresses according to RFC 5952?
if (host == null) return null;
if (start == end) return "";
// Host is an IPv6 address if it starts with '[' or contains a colon.
if (host.codeUnitAt(start) == _LEFT_BRACKET) {
if (host.codeUnitAt(end - 1) != _RIGHT_BRACKET) {
_fail(host, start, 'Missing end `]` to match `[` in host');
}
Uri.parseIPv6Address(host, start + 1, end - 1);
// RFC 5952 requires hex digits to be lower case.
return host.substring(start, end).toLowerCase();
}
if (!strictIPv6) {
// TODO(lrn): skip if too short to be a valid IPv6 address?
for (int i = start; i < end; i++) {
if (host.codeUnitAt(i) == _COLON) {
Uri.parseIPv6Address(host, start, end);
return '[$host]';
}
}
}
return _normalizeRegName(host, start, end);
}
static bool _isRegNameChar(int char) {
return char < 127 && (_regNameTable[char >> 4] & (1 << (char & 0xf))) != 0;
}
/**
* Validates and does case- and percent-encoding normalization.
*
* The [host] must be an RFC3986 "reg-name". It is converted
* to lower case, and percent escapes are converted to either
* lower case unreserved characters or upper case escapes.
*/
static String _normalizeRegName(String host, int start, int end) {
StringBuffer buffer;
int sectionStart = start;
int index = start;
// Whether all characters between sectionStart and index are normalized,
bool isNormalized = true;
while (index < end) {
int char = host.codeUnitAt(index);
if (char == _PERCENT) {
// The _regNameTable contains "%", so we check that first.
String replacement = _normalizeEscape(host, index, true);
if (replacement == null && isNormalized) {
index += 3;
continue;
}
if (buffer == null) buffer = new StringBuffer();
String slice = host.substring(sectionStart, index);
if (!isNormalized) slice = slice.toLowerCase();
buffer.write(slice);
int sourceLength = 3;
if (replacement == null) {
replacement = host.substring(index, index + 3);
} else if (replacement == "%") {
replacement = "%25";
sourceLength = 1;
}
buffer.write(replacement);
index += sourceLength;
sectionStart = index;
isNormalized = true;
} else if (_isRegNameChar(char)) {
if (isNormalized && _UPPER_CASE_A <= char && _UPPER_CASE_Z >= char) {
// Put initial slice in buffer and continue in non-normalized mode
if (buffer == null) buffer = new StringBuffer();
if (sectionStart < index) {
buffer.write(host.substring(sectionStart, index));
sectionStart = index;
}
isNormalized = false;
}
index++;
} else if (_isGeneralDelimiter(char)) {
_fail(host, index, "Invalid character");
} else {
int sourceLength = 1;
if ((char & 0xFC00) == 0xD800 && (index + 1) < end) {
int tail = host.codeUnitAt(index + 1);
if ((tail & 0xFC00) == 0xDC00) {
char = 0x10000 | ((char & 0x3ff) << 10) | (tail & 0x3ff);
sourceLength = 2;
}
}
if (buffer == null) buffer = new StringBuffer();
String slice = host.substring(sectionStart, index);
if (!isNormalized) slice = slice.toLowerCase();
buffer.write(slice);
buffer.write(_escapeChar(char));
index += sourceLength;
sectionStart = index;
}
}
if (buffer == null) return host.substring(start, end);
if (sectionStart < end) {
String slice = host.substring(sectionStart, end);
if (!isNormalized) slice = slice.toLowerCase();
buffer.write(slice);
}
return buffer.toString();
}
/**
* Validates scheme characters and does case-normalization.
*
* Schemes are converted to lower case. They cannot contain escapes.
*/
static String _makeScheme(String scheme, int start, int end) {
if (start == end) return "";
final int firstCodeUnit = scheme.codeUnitAt(start);
if (!_isAlphabeticCharacter(firstCodeUnit)) {
_fail(scheme, start, "Scheme not starting with alphabetic character");
}
bool containsUpperCase = false;
for (int i = start; i < end; i++) {
final int codeUnit = scheme.codeUnitAt(i);
if (!_isSchemeCharacter(codeUnit)) {
_fail(scheme, i, "Illegal scheme character");
}
if (_UPPER_CASE_A <= codeUnit && codeUnit <= _UPPER_CASE_Z) {
containsUpperCase = true;
}
}
scheme = scheme.substring(start, end);
if (containsUpperCase) scheme = scheme.toLowerCase();
return _canonicalizeScheme(scheme);
}
// Canonicalize a few often-used scheme strings.
//
// This improves memory usage and makes comparison faster.
static String _canonicalizeScheme(String scheme) {
if (scheme == "http") return "http";
if (scheme == "file") return "file";
if (scheme == "https") return "https";
if (scheme == "package") return "package";
return scheme;
}
static String _makeUserInfo(String userInfo, int start, int end) {
if (userInfo == null) return "";
return _normalizeOrSubstring(userInfo, start, end, _userinfoTable);
}
static String _makePath(String path, int start, int end,
Iterable<String> pathSegments,
String scheme,
bool hasAuthority) {
bool isFile = (scheme == "file");
bool ensureLeadingSlash = isFile || hasAuthority;
if (path == null && pathSegments == null) return isFile ? "/" : "";
if (path != null && pathSegments != null) {
throw new ArgumentError('Both path and pathSegments specified');
}
var result;
if (path != null) {
result = _normalizeOrSubstring(path, start, end, _pathCharOrSlashTable);
} else {
result = pathSegments.map((s) =>
_uriEncode(_pathCharTable, s, UTF8, false)).join("/");
}
if (result.isEmpty) {
if (isFile) return "/";
} else if (ensureLeadingSlash && !result.startsWith('/')) {
result = "/" + result;
}
result = _normalizePath(result, scheme, hasAuthority);
return result;
}
/// Performs path normalization (remove dot segments) on a path.
///
/// If the URI has neither scheme nor authority, it's considered a
/// "pure path" and normalization won't remove leading ".." segments.
/// Otherwise it follows the RFC 3986 "remove dot segments" algorithm.
static String _normalizePath(String path, String scheme, bool hasAuthority) {
if (scheme.isEmpty && !hasAuthority && !path.startsWith('/')) {
return _normalizeRelativePath(path, scheme.isNotEmpty || hasAuthority);
}
return _removeDotSegments(path);
}
static String _makeQuery(
String query, int start, int end,
Map<String, dynamic/*String|Iterable<String>*/> queryParameters) {
if (query != null) {
if (queryParameters != null) {
throw new ArgumentError('Both query and queryParameters specified');
}
return _normalizeOrSubstring(query, start, end, _queryCharTable);
}
if (queryParameters == null) return null;
var result = new StringBuffer();
var separator = "";
void writeParameter(String key, String value) {
result.write(separator);
separator = "&";
result.write(Uri.encodeQueryComponent(key));
if (value != null && value.isNotEmpty) {
result.write("=");
result.write(Uri.encodeQueryComponent(value));
}
}
queryParameters.forEach((key, value) {
if (value == null || value is String) {
writeParameter(key, value);
} else {
Iterable values = value;
for (String value in values) {
writeParameter(key, value);
}
}
});
return result.toString();
}
static String _makeFragment(String fragment, int start, int end) {
if (fragment == null) return null;
return _normalizeOrSubstring(fragment, start, end, _queryCharTable);
}
/**
* Performs RFC 3986 Percent-Encoding Normalization.
*
* Returns a replacement string that should be replace the original escape.
* Returns null if no replacement is necessary because the escape is
* not for an unreserved character and is already non-lower-case.
*
* Returns "%" if the escape is invalid (not two valid hex digits following
* the percent sign). The calling code should replace the percent
* sign with "%25", but leave the following two characters unmodified.
*
* If [lowerCase] is true, a single character returned is always lower case,
*/
static String _normalizeEscape(String source, int index, bool lowerCase) {
assert(source.codeUnitAt(index) == _PERCENT);
if (index + 2 >= source.length) {
return "%"; // Marks the escape as invalid.
}
int firstDigit = source.codeUnitAt(index + 1);
int secondDigit = source.codeUnitAt(index + 2);
int firstDigitValue = hexDigitValue(firstDigit);
int secondDigitValue = hexDigitValue(secondDigit);
if (firstDigitValue < 0 || secondDigitValue < 0) {
return "%"; // Marks the escape as invalid.
}
int value = firstDigitValue * 16 + secondDigitValue;
if (_isUnreservedChar(value)) {
if (lowerCase && _UPPER_CASE_A <= value && _UPPER_CASE_Z >= value) {
value |= 0x20;
}
return new String.fromCharCode(value);
}
if (firstDigit >= _LOWER_CASE_A || secondDigit >= _LOWER_CASE_A) {
// Either digit is lower case.
return source.substring(index, index + 3).toUpperCase();
}
// Escape is retained, and is already non-lower case, so return null to
// represent "no replacement necessary".
return null;
}
static String _escapeChar(int char) {
assert(char <= 0x10ffff); // It's a valid unicode code point.
List<int> codeUnits;
if (char < 0x80) {
// ASCII, a single percent encoded sequence.
codeUnits = new List(3);
codeUnits[0] = _PERCENT;
codeUnits[1] = _hexDigits.codeUnitAt(char >> 4);
codeUnits[2] = _hexDigits.codeUnitAt(char & 0xf);
} else {
// Do UTF-8 encoding of character, then percent encode bytes.
int flag = 0xc0; // The high-bit markers on the first byte of UTF-8.
int encodedBytes = 2;
if (char > 0x7ff) {
flag = 0xe0;
encodedBytes = 3;
if (char > 0xffff) {
encodedBytes = 4;
flag = 0xf0;
}
}
codeUnits = new List(3 * encodedBytes);
int index = 0;
while (--encodedBytes >= 0) {
int byte = ((char >> (6 * encodedBytes)) & 0x3f) | flag;
codeUnits[index] = _PERCENT;
codeUnits[index + 1] = _hexDigits.codeUnitAt(byte >> 4);
codeUnits[index + 2] = _hexDigits.codeUnitAt(byte & 0xf);
index += 3;
flag = 0x80; // Following bytes have only high bit set.
}
}
return new String.fromCharCodes(codeUnits);
}
/**
* Normalizes using [_normalize] or returns substring of original.
*
* If [_normalize] returns `null` (original content is already normalized),
* this methods returns the substring if [component] from [start] to [end].
*/
static String _normalizeOrSubstring(String component, int start, int end,
List<int> charTable) {
return _normalize(component, start, end, charTable) ??
component.substring(start, end);
}
/**
* Runs through component checking that each character is valid and
* normalize percent escapes.
*
* Uses [charTable] to check if a non-`%` character is allowed.
* Each `%` character must be followed by two hex digits.
* If the hex-digits are lower case letters, they are converted to
* upper case.
*
* Returns `null` if the original content was already normalized.
*/
static String _normalize(String component, int start, int end,
List<int> charTable,
{bool escapeDelimiters = false}) {
StringBuffer buffer;
int sectionStart = start;
int index = start;
// Loop while characters are valid and escapes correct and upper-case.
while (index < end) {
int char = component.codeUnitAt(index);
if (char < 127 && (charTable[char >> 4] & (1 << (char & 0x0f))) != 0) {
index++;
} else {
String replacement;
int sourceLength;
if (char == _PERCENT) {
replacement = _normalizeEscape(component, index, false);
// Returns null if we should keep the existing escape.
if (replacement == null) {
index += 3;
continue;
}
// Returns "%" if we should escape the existing percent.
if ("%" == replacement) {
replacement = "%25";
sourceLength = 1;
} else {
sourceLength = 3;
}
} else if (!escapeDelimiters && _isGeneralDelimiter(char)) {
_fail(component, index, "Invalid character");
} else {
sourceLength = 1;
if ((char & 0xFC00) == 0xD800) {
// Possible lead surrogate.
if (index + 1 < end) {
int tail = component.codeUnitAt(index + 1);
if ((tail & 0xFC00) == 0xDC00) {
// Tail surrogate.
sourceLength = 2;
char = 0x10000 | ((char & 0x3ff) << 10) | (tail & 0x3ff);
}
}
}
replacement = _escapeChar(char);
}
if (buffer == null) buffer = new StringBuffer();
buffer.write(component.substring(sectionStart, index));
buffer.write(replacement);
index += sourceLength;
sectionStart = index;
}
}
if (buffer == null) {
return null;
}
if (sectionStart < end) {
buffer.write(component.substring(sectionStart, end));
}
return buffer.toString();
}
static bool _isSchemeCharacter(int ch) {
return ch < 128 && ((_schemeTable[ch >> 4] & (1 << (ch & 0x0f))) != 0);
}
static bool _isGeneralDelimiter(int ch) {
return ch <= _RIGHT_BRACKET &&
((_genDelimitersTable[ch >> 4] & (1 << (ch & 0x0f))) != 0);
}
/**
* Returns whether the URI is absolute.
*/
bool get isAbsolute => scheme != "" && fragment == "";
String _mergePaths(String base, String reference) {
// Optimize for the case: absolute base, reference beginning with "../".
int backCount = 0;
int refStart = 0;
// Count number of "../" at beginning of reference.
while (reference.startsWith("../", refStart)) {
refStart += 3;
backCount++;
}
// Drop last segment - everything after last '/' of base.
int baseEnd = base.lastIndexOf('/');
// Drop extra segments for each leading "../" of reference.
while (baseEnd > 0 && backCount > 0) {
int newEnd = base.lastIndexOf('/', baseEnd - 1);
if (newEnd < 0) {
break;
}
int delta = baseEnd - newEnd;
// If we see a "." or ".." segment in base, stop here and let
// _removeDotSegments handle it.
if ((delta == 2 || delta == 3) &&
base.codeUnitAt(newEnd + 1) == _DOT &&
(delta == 2 || base.codeUnitAt(newEnd + 2) == _DOT)) {
break;
}
baseEnd = newEnd;
backCount--;
}
return base.replaceRange(baseEnd + 1, null,
reference.substring(refStart - 3 * backCount));
}
/// Make a guess at whether a path contains a `..` or `.` segment.
///
/// This is a primitive test that can cause false positives.
/// It's only used to avoid a more expensive operation in the case where
/// it's not necessary.
static bool _mayContainDotSegments(String path) {
if (path.startsWith('.')) return true;
int index = path.indexOf("/.");
return index != -1;
}
/// Removes '.' and '..' segments from a path.
///
/// Follows the RFC 2986 "remove dot segments" algorithm.
/// This algorithm is only used on paths of URIs with a scheme,
/// and it treats the path as if it is absolute (leading '..' are removed).
static String _removeDotSegments(String path) {
if (!_mayContainDotSegments(path)) return path;
assert(path.isNotEmpty); // An empty path would not have dot segments.
List<String> output = [];
bool appendSlash = false;
for (String segment in path.split("/")) {
appendSlash = false;
if (segment == "..") {
if (output.isNotEmpty) {
output.removeLast();
if (output.isEmpty) {
output.add("");
}
}
appendSlash = true;
} else if ("." == segment) {
appendSlash = true;
} else {
output.add(segment);
}
}
if (appendSlash) output.add("");
return output.join("/");
}
/// Removes all `.` segments and any non-leading `..` segments.
///
/// If the path starts with something that looks like a scheme,
/// and [allowScheme] is false, the colon is escaped.
///
/// Removing the ".." from a "bar/foo/.." sequence results in "bar/"
/// (trailing "/"). If the entire path is removed (because it contains as
/// many ".." segments as real segments), the result is "./".
/// This is different from an empty string, which represents "no path",
/// when you resolve it against a base URI with a path with a non-empty
/// final segment.
static String _normalizeRelativePath(String path, bool allowScheme) {
assert(!path.startsWith('/')); // Only get called for relative paths.
if (!_mayContainDotSegments(path)) {
if (!allowScheme) path = _escapeScheme(path);
return path;
}
assert(path.isNotEmpty); // An empty path would not have dot segments.
List<String> output = [];
bool appendSlash = false;
for (String segment in path.split("/")) {
appendSlash = false;
if (".." == segment) {
if (!output.isEmpty && output.last != "..") {
output.removeLast();
appendSlash = true;
} else {
output.add("..");
}
} else if ("." == segment) {
appendSlash = true;
} else {
output.add(segment);
}
}
if (output.isEmpty || (output.length == 1 && output[0].isEmpty)) {
return "./";
}
if (appendSlash || output.last == '..') output.add("");
if (!allowScheme) output[0] = _escapeScheme(output[0]);
return output.join("/");
}
/// If [path] starts with a valid scheme, escape the percent.
static String _escapeScheme(String path) {
if (path.length >= 2 && _isAlphabeticCharacter(path.codeUnitAt(0))) {
for (int i = 1; i < path.length; i++) {
int char = path.codeUnitAt(i);
if (char == _COLON) {
return "${path.substring(0, i)}%3A${path.substring(i + 1)}";
}
if (char > 127 ||
((_schemeTable[char >> 4] & (1 << (char & 0x0f))) == 0)) {
break;
}
}
}
return path;
}
Uri resolve(String reference) {
return resolveUri(Uri.parse(reference));
}
Uri resolveUri(Uri reference) {
// From RFC 3986.
String targetScheme;
String targetUserInfo = "";
String targetHost;
int targetPort;
String targetPath;
String targetQuery;
if (reference.scheme.isNotEmpty) {
targetScheme = reference.scheme;
if (reference.hasAuthority) {
targetUserInfo = reference.userInfo;
targetHost = reference.host;
targetPort = reference.hasPort ? reference.port : null;
}
targetPath = _removeDotSegments(reference.path);
if (reference.hasQuery) {
targetQuery = reference.query;
}
} else {
targetScheme = this.scheme;
if (reference.hasAuthority) {
targetUserInfo = reference.userInfo;
targetHost = reference.host;
targetPort = _makePort(reference.hasPort ? reference.port : null,
targetScheme);
targetPath = _removeDotSegments(reference.path);
if (reference.hasQuery) targetQuery = reference.query;
} else {
targetUserInfo = this._userInfo;
targetHost = this._host;
targetPort = this._port;
if (reference.path == "") {
targetPath = this.path;
if (reference.hasQuery) {
targetQuery = reference.query;
} else {
targetQuery = this._query;
}
} else {
if (reference.hasAbsolutePath) {
targetPath = _removeDotSegments(reference.path);
} else {
// This is the RFC 3986 behavior for merging.
if (this.hasEmptyPath) {
if (!this.hasAuthority) {
if (!this.hasScheme) {
// Keep the path relative if no scheme or authority.
targetPath = reference.path;
} else {
// Remove leading dot-segments if the path is put
// beneath a scheme.
targetPath = _removeDotSegments(reference.path);
}
} else {
// RFC algorithm for base with authority and empty path.
targetPath = _removeDotSegments("/" + reference.path);
}
} else {
var mergedPath = _mergePaths(this.path, reference.path);
if (this.hasScheme || this.hasAuthority || this.hasAbsolutePath) {
targetPath = _removeDotSegments(mergedPath);
} else {
// Non-RFC 3986 behavior.
// If both base and reference are relative paths,
// allow the merged path to start with "..".
// The RFC only specifies the case where the base has a scheme.
targetPath = _normalizeRelativePath(mergedPath,
this.hasScheme || this.hasAuthority);
}
}
}
if (reference.hasQuery) targetQuery = reference.query;
}
}
}
String fragment = reference.hasFragment ? reference.fragment : null;
return new _Uri._internal(targetScheme,
targetUserInfo,
targetHost,
targetPort,
targetPath,
targetQuery,
fragment);
}
bool get hasScheme => scheme.isNotEmpty;
bool get hasAuthority => _host != null;
bool get hasPort => _port != null;
bool get hasQuery => _query != null;
bool get hasFragment => _fragment != null;
bool get hasEmptyPath => path.isEmpty;
bool get hasAbsolutePath => path.startsWith('/');
String get origin {
if (scheme == "") {
throw new StateError("Cannot use origin without a scheme: $this");
}
if (scheme != "http" && scheme != "https") {
throw new StateError(
"Origin is only applicable schemes http and https: $this");
}
if (_host == null || _host == "") {
throw new StateError(
"A $scheme: URI should have a non-empty host name: $this");
}
if (_port == null) return "$scheme://$_host";
return "$scheme://$_host:$_port";
}
String toFilePath({bool windows}) {
if (scheme != "" && scheme != "file") {
throw new UnsupportedError(
"Cannot extract a file path from a $scheme URI");
}
if (query != "") {
throw new UnsupportedError(
"Cannot extract a file path from a URI with a query component");
}
if (fragment != "") {
throw new UnsupportedError(
"Cannot extract a file path from a URI with a fragment component");
}
if (windows == null) windows = _isWindows;
return windows ? _toWindowsFilePath(this) : _toFilePath();
}
String _toFilePath() {
if (hasAuthority && host != "") {
throw new UnsupportedError(
"Cannot extract a non-Windows file path from a file URI "
"with an authority");
}
// Use path segments to have any escapes unescaped.
var pathSegments = this.pathSegments;
_checkNonWindowsPathReservedCharacters(pathSegments, false);
var result = new StringBuffer();
if (hasAbsolutePath) result.write("/");
result.writeAll(pathSegments, "/");
return result.toString();
}
static String _toWindowsFilePath(Uri uri) {
bool hasDriveLetter = false;
var segments = uri.pathSegments;
if (segments.length > 0 &&
segments[0].length == 2 &&
segments[0].codeUnitAt(1) == _COLON) {
_checkWindowsDriveLetter(segments[0].codeUnitAt(0), false);
_checkWindowsPathReservedCharacters(segments, false, 1);
hasDriveLetter = true;
} else {
_checkWindowsPathReservedCharacters(segments, false, 0);
}
var result = new StringBuffer();
if (uri.hasAbsolutePath && !hasDriveLetter) result.write(r"\");
if (uri.hasAuthority) {
var host = uri.host;
if (host.isNotEmpty) {
result.write(r"\");
result.write(host);
result.write(r"\");
}
}
result.writeAll(segments, r"\");
if (hasDriveLetter && segments.length == 1) result.write(r"\");
return result.toString();
}
bool get _isPathAbsolute {
return path != null && path.startsWith('/');
}
void _writeAuthority(StringSink ss) {
if (_userInfo.isNotEmpty) {
ss.write(_userInfo);
ss.write("@");
}
if (_host != null) ss.write(_host);
if (_port != null) {
ss.write(":");
ss.write(_port);
}
}
/**
* Access the structure of a `data:` URI.
*
* Returns a [UriData] object for `data:` URIs and `null` for all other
* URIs.
* The [UriData] object can be used to access the media type and data
* of a `data:` URI.
*/
UriData get data => (scheme == "data") ? new UriData.fromUri(this) : null;
String toString() {
return _text ??= _initializeText();
}
String _initializeText() {
assert(_text == null);
StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
if (scheme.isNotEmpty) sb..write(scheme)..write(":");
if (hasAuthority || (scheme == "file")) {
// File URIS always have the authority, even if it is empty.
// The empty URI means "localhost".
sb.write("//");
_writeAuthority(sb);
}
sb.write(path);
if (_query != null) sb..write("?")..write(_query);