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Manual Reference Pages  -  URI::SMARTURI (3)

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NAME

URI::SmartURI - Subclassable and hostless URIs

CONTENTS

VERSION

Version 0.032

SYNOPSIS



    my $uri = URI::SmartURI->new(
        http://host/foo/,
        { reference => http://host/bar/ }
    );

    my $hostless = $uri->hostless; # /foo/

    $hostless->absolute; # http://host/foo/

    $uri->relative; # ../foo/



DESCRIPTION

This is a sort of subclass of URI using delegation with some extra methods, all the methods that work for URIs will work on these objects as well.

It’s similar in spirit to URI::WithBase.

It’s also completely safe to subclass for your own use.

CONSTRUCTORS

URI::SmartURI->new($str, [$scheme|{reference => CW$ref, scheme => CW$scheme}])

Takes a uri $str and an optional scheme or hashref with a reference uri (for computing relative/absolute URIs) and an optional scheme.



    my $uri = URI::SmartURI->new(http://dev.catalyst.perl.org/);

    my $uri = URI::SmartURI->new(/dev.catalyst.perl.org/new-wiki/, http);

    my $uri = URI::SmartURI->new(
        http://search.cpan.org/~jrockway/Catalyst-Manual-5.701003/,
        { reference => http://search.cpan.org/ }
    );



The object returned will be blessed into a scheme-specific subclass, based on the class of the underlying $uri->obj (URI object.) For example, URI::SmartURI::http, which derives from URI::SmartURI (or $uri->factory_class if you’re subclassing.)

URI::SmartURI->new_abs($str, CW$base_uri)

Proxy for URI->new_abs

    URI::SmartURI->newlocal($filename, [$os])

Proxy for URI::URL->newlocal

METHODS

CW$uri->hostless

Returns the URI with the scheme and host parts stripped.

CW$uri->reference

Accessor for the reference URI (for relative/absolute below.)

CW$uri->relative

Returns the URI relative to the reference URI.

CW$uri->absolute

Returns the absolute URI using the reference URI as base.

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stringification works, just like with URIs

    ==

and == does as well

CW$uri->eq($other_uri)

Explicit equality check to another URI, can be used as URI::SmartURI::eq($uri1, $uri2) as well.

CW$uri->obj

Accessor for the URI object methods are delegated to.

CW$uri->factory_class

The class whose constructor was called to create the $uri object, usually URI::SmartURI or your own subclass. This is used to call class (rather than object) methods.

INTERNAL METHODS

These are used internally by SmartURI, and are not interesting for general use, but may be useful for writing subclasses.

CW$uri->_opts

Returns a hashref of options for the $uri (reference and scheme.)

CW$class->_resolve_uri_class($uri_class)

Converts, eg., URI::http to URI::SmartURI::http.

CW$class->_make_uri_class($uri_class)

Creates a new proxy class class for a URI class, with all exports and constructor intact, and returns its name, which is made using _resolve_uri_class (above).

CW$class->_inflate_uris(\@rray, CW$opts)

Inflate any URI objects in @rray into URI::SmartURI objects, all other members pass through unharmed. $opts is a hashref of options to include in the objects created.

CW$class->_deflate_uris(@rray)

Deflate any URI::SmartURI objects in @rray into the URI objects they are proxies for, all other members pass through unharmed.

MAGICAL IMPORT

On import with the -import_uri_mods flag it loads all the URI .pms into your class namespace.

This works:



    use URI::SmartURI -import_uri_mods;
    use URI::SmartURI::WithBase;
    use URI::SmartURI::URL;

    my $url = URI::SmartURI::URL->new(...); # URI::URL proxy



Even this works:



    use URI::SmartURI -import_uri_mods;
    use URI::SmartURI::Escape qw(%escapes);



It even works with a subclass of URI::SmartURI.

I only wrote this functionality so that I could run the URI test suite without much modification, it has no real practical value.

BUGS

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-uri-smarturi at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=URI-SmartURI>. I will be notified, and then you’ll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

SUPPORT

You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.



    perldoc URI::SmartURI



You can also look for information at:
o RT: CPAN’s request tracker

<http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/Bugs.html?Dist=URI-SmartURI>

o AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation

<http://annocpan.org/dist/URI-SmartURI>

o CPAN Ratings

<http://cpanratings.perl.org/d/URI-SmartURI>

o Search CPAN

<http://search.cpan.org/dist/URI-SmartURI>

SEE ALSO

Catalyst::Plugin::SmartURI, URI, URI::WithBase

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to folks on freenode #perl for helping me out when I was getting stuck, Somni, revdiablo, PerlJam and others whose nicks I forget.

AUTHOR

Rafael Kitover, <rkitover at cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright (c) 2008 Rafael Kitover

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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