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// Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <string>
#include <vector>
#include "base/basictypes.h"
#include "base/strings/string16.h"
#include "base/strings/utf_offset_string_conversions.h"
#include "net/base/net_export.h"
namespace net {
// Escaping --------------------------------------------------------------------
// Escapes characters in text suitable for use as a query parameter value.
// We %XX everything except alphanumerics and -_.!~*'()
// Spaces change to "+" unless you pass usePlus=false.
// This is basically the same as encodeURIComponent in javascript.
NET_EXPORT std::string EscapeQueryParamValue(const std::string& text,
bool use_plus);
// Escapes a partial or complete file/pathname. This includes:
// non-printable, non-7bit, and (including space) "#%:<>?[\]^`{|}
// For the base::string16 version, we attempt a conversion to |codepage| before
// encoding the string. If this conversion fails, we return false.
NET_EXPORT std::string EscapePath(const std::string& path);
// Escapes application/x-www-form-urlencoded content. This includes:
// non-printable, non-7bit, and (including space) ?>=<;+'&%$#"![\]^`{|}
// Space is escaped as + (if use_plus is true) and other special characters
// as %XX (hex).
NET_EXPORT std::string EscapeUrlEncodedData(const std::string& path,
bool use_plus);
// Escapes all non-ASCII input.
NET_EXPORT std::string EscapeNonASCII(const std::string& input);
// Escapes characters in text suitable for use as an external protocol handler
// command.
// We %XX everything except alphanumerics and %-_.!~*'() and the restricted
// chracters (;/?:@&=+$,).
NET_EXPORT std::string EscapeExternalHandlerValue(const std::string& text);
// Appends the given character to the output string, escaping the character if
// the character would be interpretted as an HTML delimiter.
NET_EXPORT void AppendEscapedCharForHTML(char c, std::string* output);
// Escapes chars that might cause this text to be interpretted as HTML tags.
NET_EXPORT std::string EscapeForHTML(const std::string& text);
NET_EXPORT base::string16 EscapeForHTML(const base::string16& text);
// Unescaping ------------------------------------------------------------------
class UnescapeRule {
// A combination of the following flags that is passed to the unescaping
// functions.
typedef uint32 Type;
enum {
// Don't unescape anything at all.
NONE = 0,
// Don't unescape anything special, but all normal unescaping will happen.
// This is a placeholder and can't be combined with other flags (since it's
// just the absence of them). All other unescape rules imply "normal" in
// addition to their special meaning. Things like escaped letters, digits,
// and most symbols will get unescaped with this mode.
// Convert %20 to spaces. In some places where we're showing URLs, we may
// want this. In places where the URL may be copied and pasted out, then
// you wouldn't want this since it might not be interpreted in one piece
// by other applications.
// Unescapes various characters that will change the meaning of URLs,
// including '%', '+', '&', '/', '#'. If we unescaped these characters, the
// resulting URL won't be the same as the source one. This flag is used when
// generating final output like filenames for URLs where we won't be
// interpreting as a URL and want to do as much unescaping as possible.
// Unescapes control characters such as %01. This INCLUDES NULLs. This is
// used for rare cases such as data: URL decoding where the result is binary
// data. You should not use this for normal URLs!
// URL queries use "+" for space. This flag controls that replacement.
// Unescapes |escaped_text| and returns the result.
// Unescaping consists of looking for the exact pattern "%XX", where each X is
// a hex digit, and converting to the character with the numerical value of
// those digits. Thus "i%20=%203%3b" unescapes to "i = 3;".
// Watch out: this doesn't necessarily result in the correct final result,
// because the encoding may be unknown. For example, the input might be ASCII,
// which, after unescaping, is supposed to be interpreted as UTF-8, and then
// converted into full UTF-16 chars. This function won't tell you if any
// conversions need to take place, it only unescapes.
NET_EXPORT std::string UnescapeURLComponent(const std::string& escaped_text,
UnescapeRule::Type rules);
NET_EXPORT base::string16 UnescapeURLComponent(
const base::string16& escaped_text,
UnescapeRule::Type rules);
// Unescapes the given substring as a URL, and then tries to interpret the
// result as being encoded as UTF-8. If the result is convertable into UTF-8, it
// will be returned as converted. If it is not, the original escaped string will
// be converted into a base::string16 and returned. |adjustments| provides
// information on how the original string was adjusted to get the string
// returned.
NET_EXPORT base::string16 UnescapeAndDecodeUTF8URLComponent(
const std::string& text,
UnescapeRule::Type rules);
NET_EXPORT base::string16 UnescapeAndDecodeUTF8URLComponentWithAdjustments(
const std::string& text,
UnescapeRule::Type rules,
base::OffsetAdjuster::Adjustments* adjustments);
// Unescapes the following ampersand character codes from |text|:
// &lt; &gt; &amp; &quot; &#39;
NET_EXPORT base::string16 UnescapeForHTML(const base::string16& text);
} // namespace net
#endif // NET_BASE_ESCAPE_H_