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The uri-generic library contains procedures for parsing and manipulation of Uniform Resource Identifiers (RFC 3986). It is intended to conform more closely to the RFC, and uses combinator parsing and character classes rather than regular expressions.
Constructors[procedure] (uri-reference STRING) => URI
A URI reference is either a URI or a relative reference (RFC 3986, Section 4.1). If the given string's prefix does not match the syntax of a scheme followed by a colon separator, then the given string is parsed as a relative reference.
Predicates and Accessors[procedure] (uri? URI) => BOOL
[procedure] (uri-authority URI) => URI-AUTH
[procedure] (uri-scheme URI) => SYMBOL
[procedure] (uri-path URI) => LIST
[procedure] (uri-query URI) => LIST
[procedure] (uri-fragment) URI => STRING
[procedure] (uri-host URI) => STRING
[procedure] (uri-port URI) => INTEGER
[procedure] (uri-username) URI => STRING
[procedure] (uri-password) URI) => STRING
If a component is not defined in the given URI, then the corresponding accessor returns #f.
String and List Representations[procedure] (uri->string URI USERINFO) => STRING
Reconstructs the give URI into a string; uses a supplied function LAMBDA USERNAME PASSWORD -> STRING to map the userinfo part of the URI[procedure] (uri->list URI USERINFO) => LIST
Returns a list of the form (SCHEME SPECIFIC FRAGMENT); SPECIFIC is of the form (AUTHORITY PATH QUERY).
Reference Resolution[procedure] (absolute-uri URI) => URI
Converts the given URI to absolute URI, in which no fragments are allowed (RFC 3986, Section 4.2)[procedure] (uri-relative-to URI URI) => URI
Constructs an absolute URI given a relative URI and a base URI (RFC 3986, Section 5.2.2)[procedure] (uri-relative-from URI URI) => URI
Constructs a new, possibly relative, URI which represents the location of the first URI with respect to the second URI.
Normalization[procedure] (uri-normalize-case URI) => URI
URI case normalization (RFC 3986 section 18.104.22.168)[procedure] (uri-normalize-path-segments URI) => URI
URI path segment normalization (RFC 3986 section 22.214.171.124)
- 1.3 Ported to Hygienic Chicken and the test egg [Peter Bex]
- 1.2 Now using defstruct instead of define-record [suggested by Peter Bex]
- 1.1 Added utf8 compatibility
- 1.0 Initial Release
Based on the Haskell URI library by Graham Klyne <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright 2008 Ivan Raikov.
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