package Bitcoin::RPC::Client;

use 5.008;

use strict;
use warnings;

use Moo;
use JSON::RPC::Legacy::Client;

our $VERSION  = '0.11';

has jsonrpc  => (is => "lazy", default => sub { "JSON::RPC::Legacy::Client"->new });
has user     => (is => 'ro');
has password => (is => 'ro');
has cookie   => (is => 'ro', isa => \&isa_cookie);
has host     => (is => 'ro');
has wallet   => (is => 'ro');
has port     => (is => "lazy", default => 8332);
has timeout  => (is => "lazy", default => 20);
has debug    => (is => "lazy", default => 0);

# SSL constructor options
#  OpenSSL support has been removed from Bitcoin Core as of v0.12.0
#  but should work with older versions
has ssl      => (is => 'ro', default => 0);
has verify_hostname => (is => 'ro', default => 1);

my $DEBUG_DUMPED = 0;

sub AUTOLOAD {
   my $self   = shift;
   my $method = $Bitcoin::RPC::Client::AUTOLOAD;

   $method =~ s/.*:://;

   return if ($method eq 'DESTROY');

   # Build request URL
   my $url = "";

   # Are we using SSL?
   my $uri = "http://";
   if ($self->ssl eq 1) {
      $uri = "https://";
   }

   # Cookie will take precedence over user/password
   if ($self->cookie) {
      # If cookie is defined its contents become user:password
      $url = $uri . $self->cookie . "\@" . $self->host . ":" . $self->port;
   } elsif ($self->user) {
      $url = $uri . $self->user . ":" . $self->password . "\@" . $self->host . ":" . $self->port;
   } else {
      die "An RPC user or RPC cookie file must be defined\n";
   }

   # Tack on a specific wallet name if given
   if ($self->wallet) {
      $url .= "/wallet/" . $self->wallet;
   }

   my $client = $self->jsonrpc;

   # Set timeout because bitcoin is slow
   $client->ua->timeout($self->timeout);

   # Set Agent, let them know who we be
   $client->ua->agent("Bitcoin::RPC::Client/" . $VERSION);

   # Turn on debugging for LWP::UserAgent
   if ($self->debug) {
      if (!$DEBUG_DUMPED) { # We only want to set this up once
         $client->ua->add_handler("request_send",  sub { shift->dump; return });
         $client->ua->add_handler("response_done", sub { shift->dump; return });
         $DEBUG_DUMPED = 1;
      }
   }

   # For self signed certs
   if ($self->verify_hostname eq 0) {
      $client->ua->ssl_opts( verify_hostname => 0,
                             SSL_verify_mode => 0 );
   }

   my $obj = {
      method => $method,
      params => (ref $_[0] ? $_[0] : [@_]),
   };

   my $res = $client->call( $url, $obj );
   if($res) {
      if ($res->is_error) {
          my $content = $res->content;
          die sprintf("error code: %d, error message: %s (%s)\n", $content->{error}->{code}, $content->{error}->{message}, $method);
      }

      return $res->result;
   }

   return;
}

# function to setup cookie attrib
sub isa_cookie {

   my $failed = 0;

   # We only want to read this once (limit io).
   open COOKIE, $_[0] or $failed = 1;

   if ($failed) {
      die sprintf("Could not open RPC cookie file: %s\n", $_[0]);
   }

   my $cookie = <COOKIE>;
   close COOKIE;
   if (!defined($cookie) or $cookie !~ /:/) {
      die "Invalid RPC cookie file format\n";
   }
   $cookie =~ s/\s+//g;
   $_[0] = $cookie;

}

1;

=pod

=head1 NAME

Bitcoin::RPC::Client - Bitcoin Core JSON RPC Client

=head1 SYNOPSIS

   use Bitcoin::RPC::Client;

   # Create Bitcoin::RPC::Client object
   $btc = Bitcoin::RPC::Client->new(
      user     => "username",
      password => "p4ssword",
      host     => "127.0.0.1",
   );

   # Check the block height of bitcoin node
   #     https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/rpc/getblockchaininfo.html
   $chaininfo = $btc->getblockchaininfo;
   $blocks = $chaininfo->{blocks};

   # Estimate a reasonable transaction fee
   #     https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/rpc/estimatesmartfee.html
   $fee = $btc->estimatesmartfee(6);
   $feerate = $fee->{feerate};

   # Set the transaction fee
   #     https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/rpc/settxfee.html
   $settx = $btc->settxfee($feerate);

   # Check balance
   # (JSON::Boolean objects must be passed as boolean parameters)
   #     https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/rpc/getbalance.html
   $balance = $btc->getbalance("*", 1, JSON::true);

   # Send to an address
   #     https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/rpc/sendtoaddress.html
   $transid = $btc->sendtoaddress("1DopyzQi9mX3huvGacfjpzCKFug2Dtvykp","0.01");

   # See ex/example.pl for more in depth JSON handling:
   #     https://github.com/whindsx/Bitcoin-RPC-Client/tree/master/ex

=head1 DESCRIPTION

This module implements in Perl the functions that are currently part of the
Bitcoin Core RPC client calls (bitcoin-cli).The function names and parameters
are identical between the Bitcoin Core API and this module. This is done for
consistency so that a developer only has to reference one manual:
https://bitcoin.org/en/developer-reference#remote-procedure-calls-rpcs

=head1 CONSTRUCTOR

$btc = Bitcoin::RPC::Client->new( %options )

This method creates a new C<Bitcoin::RPC::Client> and returns it.

   Key                 Default
   -----------         -----------
   host                undef (Required)
   user                undef (Required)
   password            undef (Required)
   cookie              undef
   port                8332
   wallet              undef
   timeout             20
   ssl                 0
   verify_hostname     1
   debug               0
   syntax              0

cookie - Absolute path to your RPC cookie file (.cookie). When cookie is
defined user and password will be ignored and the contents of cookie will
be used instead.

wallet - Work against specific wallet.dat file when Multi-wallet support is
enabled (Bitcoin Core v0.15+ only)

timeout - Set the timeout in seconds for individual RPC requests. Increase
this for slow bitcoind instances.

ssl - OpenSSL support has been removed from the Bitcoin Core project as of
v0.12.0. However Bitcoin::RPC::Client will work over SSL with earlier versions
or with a reverse web proxy such as nginx.

verify_hostname - Disable SSL certificate verification. Needed when
bitcoind is fronted by a proxy or when using a self-signed certificate.

debug - Turns on raw HTTP request/response output from LWP::UserAgent.

syntax - Removed as of Bitcoin::RPC::Client v0.7, however having the value
set will not break anything.

=head1 AUTHOR

Wesley Hinds wesley.hinds@gmail.com

=head1 AVAILABILITY

The latest branch is avaiable from Github.

https://github.com/whindsx/Bitcoin-RPC-Client.git

=head1 DONATE

1DopyzQi9mX3huvGacfjpzCKFug2Dtvykp

=head1 LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2016 Wesley Hinds.

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