package LWP::Protocol::http10;

use strict;

require HTTP::Response;
require HTTP::Status;
require IO::Socket;
require IO::Select;

use vars qw(@ISA @EXTRA_SOCK_OPTS $VERSION);

$VERSION = "6.03";

require LWP::Protocol;
@ISA = qw(LWP::Protocol);

my $CRLF         = "\015\012";     # how lines should be terminated;
				   # "\r\n" is not correct on all systems, for
				   # instance MacPerl defines it to "\012\015"

sub _new_socket
{
    my($self, $host, $port, $timeout) = @_;

    local($^W) = 0;  # IO::Socket::INET can be noisy
    my $sock = IO::Socket::INET->new(PeerAddr => $host,
				     PeerPort  => $port,
				     LocalAddr => $self->{ua}{local_address},
				     Proto     => 'tcp',
				     Timeout   => $timeout,
				     $self->_extra_sock_opts($host, $port),
				    );
    unless ($sock) {
	# IO::Socket::INET leaves additional error messages in $@
	$@ =~ s/^.*?: //;
	die "Can't connect to $host:$port ($@)";
    }
    $sock;
}

sub _extra_sock_opts  # to be overridden by subclass
{
    return @EXTRA_SOCK_OPTS;
}


sub _check_sock
{
    #my($self, $req, $sock) = @_;
}

sub _get_sock_info
{
    my($self, $res, $sock) = @_;
    if (defined(my $peerhost = $sock->peerhost)) {
	$res->header("Client-Peer" => "$peerhost:" . $sock->peerport);
    }
}

sub _fixup_header
{
    my($self, $h, $url, $proxy) = @_;

    $h->remove_header('Connection');  # need support here to be useful

    # HTTP/1.1 will require us to send the 'Host' header, so we might
    # as well start now.
    my $hhost = $url->authority;
    if ($hhost =~ s/^([^\@]*)\@//) {  # get rid of potential "user:pass@"
	# add authorization header if we need them.  HTTP URLs do
	# not really support specification of user and password, but
	# we allow it.
	if (defined($1) && not $h->header('Authorization')) {
	    require URI::Escape;
	    $h->authorization_basic(map URI::Escape::uri_unescape($_),
				    split(":", $1, 2));
	}
    }
    $h->init_header('Host' => $hhost);

    if ($proxy) {
	# Check the proxy URI's userinfo() for proxy credentials
	# export http_proxy="http://proxyuser:proxypass@proxyhost:port"
	my $p_auth = $proxy->userinfo();
	if(defined $p_auth) {
	    require URI::Escape;
	    $h->proxy_authorization_basic(map URI::Escape::uri_unescape($_),
					  split(":", $p_auth, 2))
	}
    }
}


sub request
{
    my($self, $request, $proxy, $arg, $size, $timeout) = @_;

    $size ||= 4096;

    # check method
    my $method = $request->method;
    unless ($method =~ /^[A-Za-z0-9_!\#\$%&\'*+\-.^\`|~]+$/) {  # HTTP token
	return HTTP::Response->new( &HTTP::Status::RC_BAD_REQUEST,
				  'Library does not allow method ' .
				  "$method for 'http:' URLs");
    }

    my $url = $request->uri;
    my($host, $port, $fullpath);

    # Check if we're proxy'ing
    if (defined $proxy) {
	# $proxy is an URL to an HTTP server which will proxy this request
	$host = $proxy->host;
	$port = $proxy->port;
	$fullpath = $method eq "CONNECT" ?
                       ($url->host . ":" . $url->port) :
                       $url->as_string;
    }
    else {
	$host = $url->host;
	$port = $url->port;
	$fullpath = $url->path_query;
	$fullpath = "/" unless length $fullpath;
    }

    # connect to remote site
    my $socket = $self->_new_socket($host, $port, $timeout);
    $self->_check_sock($request, $socket);

    my $sel = IO::Select->new($socket) if $timeout;

    my $request_line = "$method $fullpath HTTP/1.0$CRLF";

    my $h = $request->headers->clone;
    my $cont_ref = $request->content_ref;
    $cont_ref = $$cont_ref if ref($$cont_ref);
    my $ctype = ref($cont_ref);

    # If we're sending content we *have* to specify a content length
    # otherwise the server won't know a messagebody is coming.
    if ($ctype eq 'CODE') {
	die 'No Content-Length header for request with dynamic content'
	    unless defined($h->header('Content-Length')) ||
		   $h->content_type =~ /^multipart\//;
	# For HTTP/1.1 we could have used chunked transfer encoding...
    }
    else {
	$h->header('Content-Length' => length $$cont_ref)
	        if defined($$cont_ref) && length($$cont_ref);
    }

    $self->_fixup_header($h, $url, $proxy);

    my $buf = $request_line . $h->as_string($CRLF) . $CRLF;
    my $n;  # used for return value from syswrite/sysread
    my $length;
    my $offset;

    # syswrite $buf
    $length = length($buf);
    $offset = 0;
    while ( $offset < $length ) {
	die "write timeout" if $timeout && !$sel->can_write($timeout);
	$n = $socket->syswrite($buf, $length-$offset, $offset );
	die $! unless defined($n);
	$offset += $n;
    }

    if ($ctype eq 'CODE') {
	while ( ($buf = &$cont_ref()), defined($buf) && length($buf)) {
	    # syswrite $buf
	    $length = length($buf);
	    $offset = 0;
	    while ( $offset < $length ) {
		die "write timeout" if $timeout && !$sel->can_write($timeout);
		$n = $socket->syswrite($buf, $length-$offset, $offset );
		die $! unless defined($n);
		$offset += $n;
	    }
	}
    }
    elsif (defined($$cont_ref) && length($$cont_ref)) {
	# syswrite $$cont_ref
	$length = length($$cont_ref);
	$offset = 0;
	while ( $offset < $length ) {
	    die "write timeout" if $timeout && !$sel->can_write($timeout);
	    $n = $socket->syswrite($$cont_ref, $length-$offset, $offset );
	    die $! unless defined($n);
	    $offset += $n;
	}
    }

    # read response line from server
    my $response;
    $buf = '';

    # Inside this loop we will read the response line and all headers
    # found in the response.
    while (1) {
	die "read timeout" if $timeout && !$sel->can_read($timeout);
	$n = $socket->sysread($buf, $size, length($buf));
	die $! unless defined($n);
	die "unexpected EOF before status line seen" unless $n;

	if ($buf =~ s/^(HTTP\/\d+\.\d+)[ \t]+(\d+)[ \t]*([^\012]*)\012//) {
	    # HTTP/1.0 response or better
	    my($ver,$code,$msg) = ($1, $2, $3);
	    $msg =~ s/\015$//;
	    $response = HTTP::Response->new($code, $msg);
	    $response->protocol($ver);

	    # ensure that we have read all headers.  The headers will be
	    # terminated by two blank lines
	    until ($buf =~ /^\015?\012/ || $buf =~ /\015?\012\015?\012/) {
		# must read more if we can...
		die "read timeout" if $timeout && !$sel->can_read($timeout);
		my $old_len = length($buf);
		$n = $socket->sysread($buf, $size, $old_len);
		die $! unless defined($n);
		die "unexpected EOF before all headers seen" unless $n;
	    }

	    # now we start parsing the headers.  The strategy is to
	    # remove one line at a time from the beginning of the header
	    # buffer ($res).
	    my($key, $val);
	    while ($buf =~ s/([^\012]*)\012//) {
		my $line = $1;

		# if we need to restore as content when illegal headers
		# are found.
		my $save = "$line\012"; 

		$line =~ s/\015$//;
		last unless length $line;

		if ($line =~ /^([a-zA-Z0-9_\-.]+)\s*:\s*(.*)/) {
		    $response->push_header($key, $val) if $key;
		    ($key, $val) = ($1, $2);
		}
		elsif ($line =~ /^\s+(.*)/ && $key) {
		    $val .= " $1";
		}
		else {
		    $response->push_header("Client-Bad-Header-Line" => $line);
		}
	    }
	    $response->push_header($key, $val) if $key;
	    last;

	}
	elsif ((length($buf) >= 5 and $buf !~ /^HTTP\//) or
	       $buf =~ /\012/ ) {
	    # HTTP/0.9 or worse
	    $response = HTTP::Response->new(&HTTP::Status::RC_OK, "OK");
	    $response->protocol('HTTP/0.9');
	    last;

	}
	else {
	    # need more data
	}
    };
    $response->request($request);
    $self->_get_sock_info($response, $socket);

    if ($method eq "CONNECT") {
	$response->{client_socket} = $socket;  # so it can be picked up
	$response->content($buf);     # in case we read more than the headers
	return $response;
    }

    my $usebuf = length($buf) > 0;
    $response = $self->collect($arg, $response, sub {
        if ($usebuf) {
	    $usebuf = 0;
	    return \$buf;
	}
	die "read timeout" if $timeout && !$sel->can_read($timeout);
	my $n = $socket->sysread($buf, $size);
	die $! unless defined($n);
	return \$buf;
	} );

    #$socket->close;

    $response;
}

1;

__END__

=head1 NAME

LWP::Protocol::http10 - Legacy HTTP/1.0 support for LWP

=head1 SYNOPSIS

  require LWP::Protocol::http10;
  LWP::Protocol::implementor('http', 'LWP::Protocol::http10');

  use LWP::UserAgent;
  $res = $ua->get("http://www.example.com");

=head1 DESCRIPTION

The LWP::Protocol::http10 module provide support for using HTTP/1.0
protocol with LWP.  To use it you need to call LWP::Protocol::implementor()
to override the standard handler for http URLs.

This module used to be bundled with the libwww-perl, but it was unbundled in
v6.02 as part of the general cleanup for the 6-series.  LWP::Protocol::http10
is deprecated.

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<LWP::UserAgent>, L<LWP::Protocol>

=head1 COPYRIGHT

Copyright 1997-2003 Gisle Aas.

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