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  • webrick/httpstatus.rb
  • webrick/httputils.rb

WEBrick::HTTPStatus

This module is used to manager HTTP status codes.

See www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec10.html for more information.

Public Class Methods

[](code) click to toggle source

Returns the status class corresponding to code

WEBrick::HTTPStatus[302]
=> WEBrick::HTTPStatus::NotFound
 
               # File webrick/httpstatus.rb, line 176
def self.[](code)
  CodeToError[code]
end
            
client_error?(code) click to toggle source

Is code a client error status?

 
               # File webrick/httpstatus.rb, line 160
def client_error?(code)
  code.to_i >= 400 and code.to_i < 500
end
            
error?(code) click to toggle source

Is code an error status?

 
               # File webrick/httpstatus.rb, line 154
def error?(code)
  code.to_i >= 400 and code.to_i < 600
end
            
info?(code) click to toggle source

Is code an informational status?

 
               # File webrick/httpstatus.rb, line 136
def info?(code)
  code.to_i >= 100 and code.to_i < 200
end
            
reason_phrase(code) click to toggle source

Returns the description corresponding to the HTTP status code

WEBrick::HTTPStatus.reason_phrase 404
=> "Not Found"
 
               # File webrick/httpstatus.rb, line 130
def reason_phrase(code)
  StatusMessage[code.to_i]
end
            
redirect?(code) click to toggle source

Is code a redirection status?

 
               # File webrick/httpstatus.rb, line 148
def redirect?(code)
  code.to_i >= 300 and code.to_i < 400
end
            
server_error?(code) click to toggle source

Is code a server error status?

 
               # File webrick/httpstatus.rb, line 166
def server_error?(code)
  code.to_i >= 500 and code.to_i < 600
end
            
success?(code) click to toggle source

Is code a successful status?

 
               # File webrick/httpstatus.rb, line 142
def success?(code)
  code.to_i >= 200 and code.to_i < 300
end
            

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