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Bundler::URI::FTP

FTP Bundler::URI syntax is defined by RFC1738 section 3.2.

This class will be redesigned because of difference of implementations; the structure of its path. draft-hoffman-ftp-uri-04 is a draft but it is a good summary about the de facto spec. tools.ietf.org/html/draft-hoffman-ftp-uri-04

Constants

COMPONENT

An Array of the available components for Bundler::URI::FTP.

DEFAULT_PORT

A Default port of 21 for Bundler::URI::FTP.

TYPECODE

Typecode is “a”, “i”, or “d”.

  • “a” indicates a text file (the FTP command was ASCII)

  • “i” indicates a binary file (FTP command IMAGE)

  • “d” indicates the contents of a directory should be displayed

TYPECODE_PREFIX

Typecode prefix “;type=”.

Attributes

typecode[R]

typecode accessor.

See Bundler::URI::FTP::COMPONENT.

Public Class Methods

build(args) click to toggle source

Description

Creates a new Bundler::URI::FTP object from components, with syntax checking.

The components accepted are userinfo, host, port, path, and typecode.

The components should be provided either as an Array, or as a Hash with keys formed by preceding the component names with a colon.

If an Array is used, the components must be passed in the order [userinfo, host, port, path, typecode].

If the path supplied is absolute, it will be escaped in order to make it absolute in the Bundler::URI.

Examples:

require 'bundler/vendor/uri/lib/uri'

uri1 = Bundler::URI::FTP.build(['user:password', 'ftp.example.com', nil,
  '/path/file.zip', 'i'])
uri1.to_s  # => "ftp://user:password@ftp.example.com/%2Fpath/file.zip;type=i"

uri2 = Bundler::URI::FTP.build({:host => 'ftp.example.com',
  :path => 'ruby/src'})
uri2.to_s  # => "ftp://ftp.example.com/ruby/src"
 
               # File bundler/vendor/uri/lib/uri/ftp.rb, line 96
def self.build(args)

  # Fix the incoming path to be generic URL syntax
  # FTP path  ->  URL path
  # foo/bar       /foo/bar
  # /foo/bar      /%2Ffoo/bar
  #
  if args.kind_of?(Array)
    args[3] = '/' + args[3].sub(/^\//, '%2F')
  else
    args[:path] = '/' + args[:path].sub(/^\//, '%2F')
  end

  tmp = Util::make_components_hash(self, args)

  if tmp[:typecode]
    if tmp[:typecode].size == 1
      tmp[:typecode] = TYPECODE_PREFIX + tmp[:typecode]
    end
    tmp[:path] << tmp[:typecode]
  end

  return super(tmp)
end
            
new(scheme, userinfo, host, port, registry, path, opaque, query, fragment, parser = nil, arg_check = false) click to toggle source

Description

Creates a new Bundler::URI::FTP object from generic URL components with no syntax checking.

Unlike build(), this method does not escape the path component as required by RFC1738; instead it is treated as per RFC2396.

Arguments are scheme, userinfo, host, port, registry, path, opaque, query, and fragment, in that order.

 
               # File bundler/vendor/uri/lib/uri/ftp.rb, line 133
def initialize(scheme,
               userinfo, host, port, registry,
               path, opaque,
               query,
               fragment,
               parser = nil,
               arg_check = false)
  raise InvalidURIError unless path
  path = path.sub(/^\//,'')
  path.sub!(/^%2F/,'/')
  super(scheme, userinfo, host, port, registry, path, opaque,
        query, fragment, parser, arg_check)
  @typecode = nil
  if tmp = @path.index(TYPECODE_PREFIX)
    typecode = @path[tmp + TYPECODE_PREFIX.size..-1]
    @path = @path[0..tmp - 1]

    if arg_check
      self.typecode = typecode
    else
      self.set_typecode(typecode)
    end
  end
end
            

Public Instance Methods

path() click to toggle source

Returns the path from an FTP Bundler::URI.

RFC 1738 specifically states that the path for an FTP Bundler::URI does not include the / which separates the Bundler::URI path from the Bundler::URI host. Example:

ftp://ftp.example.com/pub/ruby

The above Bundler::URI indicates that the client should connect to ftp.example.com then cd to pub/ruby from the initial login directory.

If you want to cd to an absolute directory, you must include an escaped / (%2F) in the path. Example:

ftp://ftp.example.com/%2Fpub/ruby

This method will then return “/pub/ruby”.

 
               # File bundler/vendor/uri/lib/uri/ftp.rb, line 240
def path
  return @path.sub(/^\//,'').sub(/^%2F/,'/')
end
            
to_s() click to toggle source

Returns a String representation of the Bundler::URI::FTP.

 
               # File bundler/vendor/uri/lib/uri/ftp.rb, line 251
def to_s
  save_path = nil
  if @typecode
    save_path = @path
    @path = @path + TYPECODE_PREFIX + @typecode
  end
  str = super
  if @typecode
    @path = save_path
  end

  return str
end
            
typecode=(typecode) click to toggle source

Args

v

String

Description

Public setter for the typecode v (with validation).

See also Bundler::URI::FTP.check_typecode.

Usage

require 'bundler/vendor/uri/lib/uri'

uri = Bundler::URI.parse("ftp://john@ftp.example.com/my_file.img")
#=> #<Bundler::URI::FTP ftp://john@ftp.example.com/my_file.img>
uri.typecode = "i"
uri
#=> #<Bundler::URI::FTP ftp://john@ftp.example.com/my_file.img;type=i>
 
               # File bundler/vendor/uri/lib/uri/ftp.rb, line 208
def typecode=(typecode)
  check_typecode(typecode)
  set_typecode(typecode)
  typecode
end
            

Protected Instance Methods

set_path(v) click to toggle source

Private setter for the path of the Bundler::URI::FTP.

 
               # File bundler/vendor/uri/lib/uri/ftp.rb, line 245
def set_path(v)
  super("/" + v.sub(/^\//, "%2F"))
end
            
set_typecode(v) click to toggle source

Private setter for the typecode v.

See also #typecode=.

 
               # File bundler/vendor/uri/lib/uri/ftp.rb, line 180
def set_typecode(v)
  @typecode = v
end