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Manual Reference Pages  -  HTTP::MESSAGE::PSGI (3)

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NAME

HTTP::Message::PSGI - Converts HTTP::Request and HTTP::Response from/to PSGI env and response

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



  use HTTP::Message::PSGI;

  # $req is HTTP::Request, $res is HTTP::Response
  my $env = req_to_psgi($req);
  my $res = res_from_psgi([ $status, $headers, $body ]);

  # Adds methods to HTTP::Request/Response class as well
  my $env = $req->to_psgi;
  my $res = HTTP::Response->from_psgi([ $status, $headers, $body ]);



DESCRIPTION

HTTP::Message::PSGI gives you convenient methods to convert an HTTP::Request object to a PSGI env hash and convert a PSGI response arrayref to a HTTP::Response object.

If you want the other way around, see Plack::Request and Plack::Response.

METHODS

req_to_psgi


  my $env = req_to_psgi($req [, $key => $val ... ]);



Converts a HTTP::Request object into a PSGI env hash reference.

HTTP::Request::to_psgi


  my $env = $req->to_psgi;



Same as req_to_psgi but an instance method in HTTP::Request.

res_from_psgi


  my $res = res_from_psgi([ $status, $headers, $body ]);



Creates a HTTP::Response object from a PSGI response array ref.

HTTP::Response->from_psgi


  my $res = HTTP::Response->from_psgi([ $status, $headers, $body ]);



Same as res_from_psgi, but is a class method in HTTP::Response.

AUTHOR

Tatsuhiko Miyagawa

SEE ALSO

HTTP::Request::AsCGI HTTP::Message Plack::Test
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