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;; -*- mode: common-lisp; package: net.aserve.client -*-
;; copyright (c) 1986-2005 Franz Inc, Berkeley, CA - All rights reserved.
;; copyright (c) 2000-2012 Franz Inc, Oakland, CA - All rights reserved.
;; This code is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
;; modify it under the terms of the version 2.1 of
;; the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, as clarified by the AllegroServe
;; prequel found in license-allegroserve.txt.
;; This code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of
;; merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. See the GNU
;; Lesser General Public License for more details.
;; Version 2.1 of the GNU Lesser General Public License is in the file
;; license-lgpl.txt that was distributed with this file.
;; If it is not present, you can access it from
;; (until superseded by a newer
;; version) or write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place,
;; Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
;; $Id:,v 1.58 2007/12/26 19:02:27 jkf Exp $
;; Description:
;; http client code.
;;- This code in this file obeys the Lisp Coding Standard found in
;; this will evolve into the http client code but for now it's
;; just some simple stuff to allow us to test aserve
(in-package :net.aserve.client)
(defclass client-request ()
((uri ;; uri we're accessing
:initarg :uri
:accessor client-request-uri)
(method ; :get, :put, etc
:initarg :method
:accessor client-request-method)
(headers ; alist of ("headername" . "value") or (:headername . "value")
:initform nil
:initarg :headers
:accessor client-request-headers)
(response-code ; response code (an integer)
:initform nil
:accessor client-request-response-code)
(socket ; the socket through which we'll talk to the server
:initarg :socket
:accessor client-request-socket)
(response-stream ; the (possibly) chunking, inflating stream
:initform nil
:accessor client-request-response-stream)
; the protocol value returned by the web server
; note, even if the request is for http/1.0, apache will return
; http/1.1. I'm not sure this is kosher.
:accessor client-request-protocol)
(response-comment ;; comment passed back with the response
:accessor client-request-response-comment)
(bytes-left ;; indicates how many bytes in response left
; value is nil (no body)
; integer (that many bytes left, not chunking)
; :unknown - read until eof, not chunking
; :chunking - read until chunking eof
:accessor client-request-bytes-left
:initform nil)
(cookies ;; optionally a cookie jar for hold received and sent cookies
:accessor client-request-cookies
:initarg :cookies
:initform nil)
;; set to
;; :maybe - would like to return but only if no errors
;; :yes - return for sure
:initarg :return-connection
:accessor client-request-return-connection
:initform nil)
;; if the content is itself encoded then it is one of
;; :gzip :deflate (but we don't support deflate yet)
:initarg :content-encoding
:initform nil
:accessor client-request-content-encoding)
(defclass digest-authorization ()
((username :initarg :username
:initform ""
:reader digest-username)
(password :initarg :password
:initform ""
:reader digest-password)
(realm :initform ""
:accessor digest-realm)
(uri :initform nil
:accessor digest-uri)
(qop :initform nil
:accessor digest-qop)
(nonce :initform ""
:accessor digest-nonce)
; we sent unique cnonce each time
(nonce-count :initform "1"
:reader digest-nonce-count)
(cnonce :initform nil
:accessor digest-cnonce)
(opaque :initform nil
:accessor digest-opaque)
(response :initform nil
:accessor digest-response)
(defvar crlf (make-array 2 :element-type 'character
:initial-contents '(#\return #\linefeed)))
(defmacro with-better-scan-macros (&body body)
;; define the macros for scanning characters in a string
`(macrolet ((collect-to (ch buffer i max &optional downcasep eol-ok)
;; return a string containing up to the given char
`(let ((start ,i))
(if* (>= ,i ,max)
then ,(if* eol-ok
then `(return (buf-substr start ,i ,buffer ,downcasep))
else `(fail)))
(if* (eql ,ch (schar ,buffer ,i))
then (return (buf-substr start ,i ,buffer ,downcasep)))
(incf ,i)
(collect-to-eol (buffer i max)
;; return a string containing up to the given char
`(let ((start ,i))
(if* (>= ,i ,max)
then (return (buf-substr start ,i ,buffer)))
(let ((thisch (schar ,buffer ,i)))
(if* (eq thisch #\return)
then (let ((ans (buf-substr start ,i ,buffer)))
(incf ,i) ; skip to linefeed
(return ans))
elseif (eq thisch #\linefeed)
then (return (buf-substr start ,i ,buffer))))
(incf ,i)
(skip-to-not (ch buffer i max &optional (errorp t))
;; skip to first char not ch
(if* (>= ,i ,max)
then ,(if* errorp
then `(fail)
else `(return)))
(if* (not (eq ,ch (schar ,buffer ,i)))
then (return))
(incf ,i)))
(buf-substr (from to buffer &optional downcasep)
;; create a string containing [from to }
`(let ((res (make-string (- ,to ,from))))
(do ((ii ,from (1+ ii))
(ind 0 (1+ ind)))
((>= ii ,to))
(setf (schar res ind)
,(if* downcasep
then `(char-downcase (schar ,buffer ii))
else `(schar ,buffer ii))))
(let ((bufsize 16384))
(defun buffered-read-body (stream format)
(flet ((buffer (size)
(if* (eq format :text)
then (make-string size)
else (make-array size :element-type '(unsigned-byte 8)))))
(let ((accum ()) (size 0) buffer read done)
(loop (setf buffer (buffer bufsize)
read (handler-bind
(lambda (e)
(declare (ignore e))
(setf done t))))
(read-sequence buffer stream :partial-fill t)))
(push (cons buffer read) accum)
(incf size read)
(if* (or (zerop read) done) then (return)))
(setf accum (nreverse accum))
(let* ((bigbuf (buffer size))
(pos 0))
(dolist (acc accum)
(destructuring-bind (sub . size) acc
(replace bigbuf sub :start1 pos :end2 size)
(incf pos size)))
(defun get-client-request-response-stream (creq)
(or (client-request-response-stream creq)
(let ((left (client-request-bytes-left creq))
(socket (client-request-socket creq)))
; the data is coming in chunked then unchunk it
(if* (eq :chunked left)
then (setq socket
(make-instance 'net.aserve::unchunking-stream
:input-handle socket)))
; if data is content-encoded, then decode
(if* (client-request-content-encoding creq)
then (setq socket (make-instance
:input-handle socket
;; bug20472. :skip-gzip-header deprecated
;; in code/inflate.003 patch for 8.2
;; and will be gone in 9.0.
#-(version>= 9 0) :skip-gzip-header
#-(version>= 9 0) t
:content-length (and (integerp left) left)))
(setf (client-request-bytes-left creq) :unknown))
(setf (client-request-response-stream creq) socket))))
(defun read-response-body (creq &key (format :text))
(let ((socket (get-client-request-response-stream creq))
(left (client-request-bytes-left creq)))
(setf (client-request-bytes-left creq) :eof)
(if* (null left)
then nil
elseif (integerp left)
then (let ((buffer (make-array left :element-type '(unsigned-byte 8))))
(read-sequence buffer socket)
(if* (eq format :text)
then (octets-to-string buffer :external-format
(client-request-socket creq)))
else buffer)
elseif (member left '(:chunked :unknown))
then (prog1 (buffered-read-body socket format)
elseif (eq left :eof)
then (error "Body already read."))))
(defun do-http-request (uri
&rest args
(method :get)
(protocol :http/1.1)
(accept "*/*")
compress ; say we'll willing to accept compressed response
(format :text) ; or :binary
cookies ; nil or a cookie-jar
(redirect 5) ; auto redirect if needed
(redirect-methods '(:get :head))
basic-authorization ; (name . password)
digest-authorization ; digest-authorization object
(keep-alive (eq method :connect)) ; if true, set con to keep alive
headers ; extra header lines, alist
proxy ; naming proxy server to access through
proxy-basic-authorization ; (name . password)
(external-format *default-aserve-external-format*)
ssl ; do an ssl connection
skip-body ; fcn of request object
connection ; existing socket to the server
;; internal
recursing-call ; true if we are calling ourself
;; send an http request and return the result as four values:
;; the body, the response code, the headers and the uri
(let ((creq (make-http-client-request
:method method
:protocol protocol
:accept accept
:compress compress
:content content
:content-type content-type
:query query
:cookies cookies
:basic-authorization basic-authorization
:digest-authorization digest-authorization
:keep-alive keep-alive
:headers headers
:proxy proxy
:proxy-basic-authorization proxy-basic-authorization
:user-agent user-agent
:external-format external-format
:ssl ssl
:ssl-method ssl-method
:timeout timeout
:certificate certificate
:key key
:certificate-password certificate-password
:ca-file ca-file
:ca-directory ca-directory
:crl-file crl-file
:crl-check crl-check
:verify verify
:max-depth max-depth
:connection connection
(let (new-location)
(net.aserve::maybe-accumulate-log (:xmit-client-response-headers "~s")
(if* (catch 'premature-eof
(read-client-response-headers creq
(and connection
;; if it's a continue, then start the read again
(if* (not (eql 100 (client-request-response-code creq)))
then (return))
then ; got eof right away.. likely due to bogus
; saved connection... so try again with
; no saved connection
(ignore-errors (close connection))
(setf (getf args :connection) nil)
(return-from do-http-request
(apply 'do-http-request uri args)))))
(if* (equal "close" (cdr (assoc :connection
(client-request-headers creq))))
then ; server forced the close
; so don't return the connection
(setf (client-request-return-connection creq) nil))
(if* (and (member (client-request-response-code creq)
'(#.(net.aserve::response-number *response-found*)
#.(net.aserve::response-number *response-moved-permanently*)
#.(net.aserve::response-number *response-temporary-redirect*)
#.(net.aserve::response-number *response-see-other*))
:test #'eq)
(member method redirect-methods :test #'eq)
(if* (integerp redirect)
then (> redirect 0)
else t)) ; unrestricted depth
(setq new-location
(cdr (assoc :location (client-request-headers creq)
:test #'eq))))
(if* (and digest-authorization
(equal (client-request-response-code creq)
(not recursing-call))
then ; compute digest info and retry
(if* (compute-digest-authorization
creq digest-authorization)
then (client-request-close creq)
(return-from do-http-request
(apply #'do-http-request
:recursing-call t
(if* (or (and (null new-location)
; not called when redirecting
(if* (functionp skip-body)
then (funcall skip-body creq)
else skip-body))
(member (client-request-response-code creq)
' (#.(net.aserve::response-number
(and (eq method :connect)
(eq (client-request-response-code creq)
#.(net.aserve::response-number *response-ok*))))
(return-from do-http-request
nil ; no body
(client-request-response-code creq)
(client-request-headers creq)
(client-request-uri creq)
(and (client-request-return-connection creq)
(setf (client-request-return-connection creq)
(client-request-socket creq))
(let ((body (read-response-body creq :format format)))
(net.aserve::debug-format :xmit-client-response-body "~s" body)
(if* new-location
then ; must do a redirect to get to the real site
(client-request-close creq)
(apply #'do-http-request
(net.uri:merge-uris new-location uri)
(if* (integerp redirect)
then (1- redirect)
else redirect)
(client-request-response-code creq)
(client-request-headers creq)
(client-request-uri creq)
(and (client-request-return-connection creq)
(setf (client-request-return-connection creq)
(client-request-socket creq))
;; protected form:
(client-request-close creq))))
(defun http-copy-file (url pathname
&rest args
&key (if-does-not-exist :error)
(redirect 5)
(buffer-size 1024)
(headers nil)
(protocol :http/1.1)
(basic-authorization nil)
(progress-function nil)
(lambda (pathname)
(format nil "~a.tmp" pathname)))
&aux (redirect-codes
(ensure-directories-exist pathname)
(let ((uri (net.uri:parse-uri url))
:headers headers
:protocol protocol
:basic-authorization basic-authorization
:proxy proxy
:proxy-basic-authorization proxy-basic-authorization))
(buf (make-array buffer-size :element-type '(unsigned-byte 8)))
(bytes-read 0)
(if* progress-function
then (multiple-value-bind (res code hdrs)
(do-http-request url
:method :head
:proxy proxy
:proxy-basic-authorization proxy-basic-authorization
:headers headers
:protocol protocol
:basic-authorization basic-authorization)
(declare (ignore res))
(if* (not (eql 200 code))
then (error "~a: code ~a" url code))
(setq size
(or (setq temp
(cdr (assoc :content-length hdrs :test #'eq)))
(error "Cannot determine content length for ~a."
(error ()
(error "Cannot parse content-length: ~a." temp)))
(do ((n 9 (1- n))
(size size))
((= n 0))
(push (truncate (* size (/ n 10))) progress-at))))
(setq tmp-pathname (funcall tmp-name-function pathname))
(setq s (open tmp-pathname :direction :output
;; bug16130: in case one was left laying around:
:if-exists :supersede))
(net.aserve::maybe-accumulate-log (:xmit-client-response-headers "~s")
(read-client-response-headers creq)
;; if it's a continue, then start the read again
(if* (not (eql 100 (client-request-response-code creq)))
then (return))))
(if* (and (member (client-request-response-code creq)
redirect-codes :test #'eq)
(if* (integerp redirect)
then (> redirect 0)
else t)) ; unrestricted depth
then (setq new-location
(cdr (assoc :location (client-request-headers creq)
:test #'eq))))
(net.aserve::maybe-accumulate-log (:xmit-client-response-body "~s")
(if* (and timeout (numberp timeout))
then (let ((res (sys:with-timeout (timeout :timed-out)
(setq end
(client-request-read-sequence buf creq)))))
(if* (eq :timed-out res)
then (error "~a is not responding."
(net.uri:uri-host uri))))
else (setq end (client-request-read-sequence buf creq)))
(if* (zerop end)
then (if* progress-function
then (funcall progress-function -1 size))
(return)) ;; EOF
(if* progress-at
then (incf bytes-read buffer-size)
(if* (> bytes-read (car progress-at))
then (setq progress-at (cdr progress-at))
(ignore-errors (funcall progress-function bytes-read
(write-sequence buf s :end end)))
(setq code (client-request-response-code creq))
(if* new-location
then (client-request-close creq)
(close s)
(setq s nil)
;; created above, 0 length
(delete-file tmp-pathname)
(setq new-location (net.uri:merge-uris new-location url))
(return-from http-copy-file
(apply #'http-copy-file new-location pathname
:redirect (if* (integerp redirect)
then (1- redirect)
else redirect)
elseif (eql 404 code)
then (let ((fs "~a does not exist."))
(if* (eq :error if-does-not-exist)
then (error fs url)
else (warn fs url)
(return-from http-copy-file nil)))
elseif (not (eql 200 code))
then (error "Bad code from webserver: ~s." code))
(close s)
(setq s nil)
(rename-file-raw tmp-pathname pathname))
(if* s
then ;; An error occurred.
(close s)
(ignore-errors (delete-file tmp-pathname))
(ignore-errors (delete-file pathname)))
(client-request-close creq))
(defmacro with-socket-connect-timeout ((&key timeout host port)
&body body)
;; to wrap around a call to make-socket
`(mp:with-timeout ((or ,timeout 99999999)
(error 'allegroserve-error
:action (format nil "connecting to a socket at ~s:~s"
,host ,port)
:result (format nil "exceeded timeout of ~s seconds"
:identifier :connect-timeout))
(defun make-http-client-request (uri &rest args
(method :get) ; :get, :post, ....
(protocol :http/1.1)
(accept "*/*")
cookies ; nil or a cookie-jar
(declare (ignorable timeout certificate key certificate-password ca-file
ca-directory crl-file crl-check verify max-depth ssl-method))
(if* (and connection (not use-socket))
then ; try using it
(handler-case (return-from make-http-client-request
(apply #'make-http-client-request
:use-socket connection
(error (c)
(declare (ignore c))
(ignore-errors (close connection))
; drop into code to do it normally
(let (host sock port fresh-uri scheme-default-port)
;; start a request
;; CONNECT method requests do not require a uri
;; but do require a proxy host:port.
(if* (eq method :connect)
then (if* (not proxy)
then (error "A proxy argument must be supplied when making a connect request."))
else ; parse the uri we're accessing
(if* (not (typep uri 'net.uri:uri))
then (setq uri (net.uri:parse-uri uri)
fresh-uri t))
; make sure it's an http uri
(case (or (net.uri:uri-scheme uri) :http)
(:http nil)
(:https (setq ssl t))
(t (error "Can only do client access of http or https uri's, not ~s" uri)))
; make sure that there's a host
(if* (null (setq host (net.uri:uri-host uri)))
then (error "need a host in the client request: ~s" uri))
(setq scheme-default-port
(case (or (net.uri:uri-scheme uri) (if* ssl
then :https
else :http))
(:http 80)
(:https 443)))
; default the port to what's appropriate for http or https
(setq port (or (net.uri:uri-port uri) scheme-default-port)))
(if* proxy
then ; sent request through a proxy server
(assert (stringp proxy) (proxy)
"proxy value ~s should be a string" proxy)
(multiple-value-bind (phost pport)
(net.aserve::get-host-port proxy)
(if* (null phost)
then (error "proxy arg should have form \"\" ~
or \"\", not ~s" proxy))
(setq sock
(or use-socket
(with-socket-connect-timeout (:timeout timeout
:host phost
:port pport)
(socket:make-socket :remote-host phost
:remote-port pport
:format :bivalent
:type net.aserve::*socket-stream-type*
:nodelay t
elseif use-socket
then ; persistent connection
(setq sock use-socket)
(setq sock
(with-socket-connect-timeout (:timeout timeout
:host host
:port port)
(socket:make-socket :remote-host host
:remote-port port
:format :bivalent
:nodelay t
(if* ssl
then #+(version>= 8 0)
(setq sock
(funcall 'socket::make-ssl-client-stream sock
:certificate certificate
:key key
:certificate-password certificate-password
:ca-file ca-file
:ca-directory ca-directory
:crl-file crl-file
:crl-check crl-check
:verify verify
:method (or ssl-method :sslv23)
:max-depth max-depth))
#-(version>= 8 0)
(setq sock
(funcall 'socket::make-ssl-client-stream sock))))
(if* (not use-socket)
then ; a fresh socket, so set params
#+(and allegro (version>= 6 0))
(let ((ef (find-external-format external-format)))
#+(version>= 6) (net.aserve::warn-if-crlf ef)
(setf (stream-external-format sock) ef))
(if* net.aserve::*watch-for-open-sockets*
then (schedule-finalization
(if* (integerp timeout)
then (socket:socket-control
:read-timeout timeout
:write-timeout timeout)))
(if* query
then (case method
((:get :put) ; add info the uri
; must not blast a uri we were passed
(if* (not fresh-uri)
then (setq uri (net.uri:copy-uri uri)))
(setf (net.uri:uri-query uri) (query-to-form-urlencoded
(:post ; make the content
(if* content
then (error "Can't specify both query ~s and content ~s"
query content))
(setq content (query-to-form-urlencoded
query :external-format external-format)
content-type "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"))))
(let ((command (format nil "~a ~a ~a"
(string-upcase (string method))
(if* (eq method :connect)
then ;; deliver 'uri' untouched
else (if* proxy
then (net.uri:render-uri uri nil)
else (uri-path-etc uri)))
(string-upcase (string protocol)))))
(format sock "~a~a" command crlf)
(net.aserve::debug-format :xmit-client-request-command "~s" command))
; write often to trigger error if connection closed
(if* use-socket then (force-output sock))
; always send a Host header, required for http/1.1 and a good idea
; for http/1.0
(net.aserve::maybe-accumulate-log (:xmit-client-request-headers "~s")
(if* (not (eql scheme-default-port port))
then (net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Host: ~a:~a~a" host port crlf)
else (net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Host: ~a~a" host crlf))
; now the headers
(if* (and keep-alive (eq protocol :http/1.0))
then ; for http/1.1 keep alive is the default so no need
; to express it
(net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Connection: Keep-Alive~a" crlf)
elseif (and (not keep-alive) (eq protocol :http/1.1))
then ; request it close for us
(net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Connection: close~a" crlf))
(if* accept
then (net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Accept: ~a~a" accept crlf))
(if* compress
then (net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Accept-Encoding: gzip~a" crlf))
; some webservers (including AServe) have trouble with put/post
; requests without a body
(if* (and (not content) (member method '(:put :post)))
then (setf content ""))
; content can be a nil, a single vector or a list of vectors.
; canonicalize..
(if* (and content (atom content)) then (setq content (list content)))
(if* content
then (let ((computed-length 0))
(dolist (content-piece content)
(typecase content-piece
((array character (*))
(if* (null content-length)
then (incf computed-length
:external-format external-format))))
((array (unsigned-byte 8) (*))
(if* (null content-length)
then (incf computed-length (length content-piece))))
(t (error "Illegal content array: ~s" content-piece))))
(if* (null content-length)
then (setq content-length computed-length))))
(if* content-length
then (net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Content-Length: ~s~a" content-length crlf))
(if* cookies
then (let ((str (compute-cookie-string uri
(if* str
then (net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Cookie: ~a~a" str crlf))))
(if* basic-authorization
then (net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Authorization: Basic ~a~a"
(format nil "~a:~a"
(car basic-authorization)
(cdr basic-authorization)))
(if* proxy-basic-authorization
then (net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Proxy-Authorization: Basic ~a~a"
(format nil "~a:~a"
(car proxy-basic-authorization)
(cdr proxy-basic-authorization)))
(if* (and digest-authorization
(digest-response digest-authorization))
then ; put out digest info
:xmit-client-request-headers sock
"Authorization: Digest username=~s, realm=~s, nonce=~s, uri=~s, qop=~a, nc=~a, cnonce=~s, response=~s~@[, opaque=~s~]~a"
(digest-username digest-authorization)
(digest-realm digest-authorization)
(digest-nonce digest-authorization)
(digest-uri digest-authorization)
(digest-qop digest-authorization)
(digest-nonce-count digest-authorization)
(digest-cnonce digest-authorization)
(digest-response digest-authorization)
(digest-opaque digest-authorization)
(if* user-agent
then (if* (stringp user-agent)
elseif (eq :aserve user-agent)
then (setq user-agent net.aserve::*aserve-version-string*)
elseif (eq :netscape user-agent)
then (setq user-agent "Mozilla/4.7 [en] (WinNT; U)")
elseif (eq :ie user-agent)
then (setq user-agent "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows NT 5.0)")
else (error "Illegal user-agent value: ~s" user-agent))
(net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "User-Agent: ~a~a" user-agent crlf))
(if* content-type
then (net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "Content-Type: ~a~a"
(if* headers
then (dolist (header headers)
(net.aserve::format-dif :xmit-client-request-headers
sock "~a: ~a~a"
(car header) (cdr header) crlf)))
(if* use-socket then (force-output sock)))
(write-string crlf sock) ; final crlf
; send out the content if there is any.
; this has to be done differently so that if it looks like we're
; going to block doing the write we start another process do the
; the write.
(if* content
then ; content can be a vector a list of vectors
(dolist (cont content)
:info "client sending content of ~d characters/bytes"
(length cont))
"~s" (if (stringp cont)
(octets-to-string cont :external-format :octets)))
(write-sequence cont sock)))
(force-output sock)
(make-instance 'client-request
:uri uri
:socket sock
:cookies cookies
:method method
:return-connection (if* keep-alive then :maybe)
(defun uri-path-etc (uri)
;; return the string form of the uri path, query and fragment
(let ((nuri (net.uri:copy-uri uri)))
(setf (net.uri:uri-scheme nuri) nil)
(setf (net.uri:uri-host nuri) nil)
(setf (net.uri:uri-port nuri) nil)
(if* (null (net.uri:uri-path nuri))
then (setf (net.uri:uri-path nuri) "/"))
(net.uri:render-uri nuri nil)))
(defmethod read-client-response-headers ((creq client-request)
&key throw-on-eof)
;; read the response and the headers
(let ((buff (get-header-line-buffer))
(buff2 (get-header-line-buffer))
(pos 0)
(sock (client-request-socket creq))
(if* (null (setq len (read-socket-line sock buff (length buff))))
then ; eof getting response
; see if someone cares
(if* throw-on-eof
(throw throw-on-eof t))
(error "premature eof from server"))
(net.aserve::debug-format :xmit-client-response-headers "~a~a"
(subseq buff 0 len) crlf)
(macrolet ((fail ()
`(let ((i 0))
(error "illegal response from web server: ~s"
(collect-to-eol buff i len)))))
(setq protocol (collect-to #\space buff pos len))
(skip-to-not #\space buff pos len)
(setq response (collect-to #\space buff pos len nil t))
; some servers don't return a comment, so handle that
(skip-to-not #\space buff pos len nil)
(setq comment (collect-to-eol buff pos len)))
(if* (equalp protocol "HTTP/1.0")
then (setq protocol :http/1.0)
elseif (equalp protocol "HTTP/1.1")
then (setq protocol :http/1.1)
else (error "unknown protocol: ~s" protocol))
(setf (client-request-protocol creq) protocol)
(setf (client-request-response-code creq)
(quick-convert-to-integer response))
(setf (client-request-response-comment creq) comment)
; now read the header lines
(setq headers (net.aserve::compute-client-request-headers sock))
(setf (client-request-headers creq) headers)
;; do cookie processing
(let ((jar (client-request-cookies creq)))
(if* jar
then ; do all set-cookie requests
(let (prev cs)
; Netscape v3 web server bogusly splits set-cookies
; over multiple set-cookie lines, so we look for
; incomplete lines (those ending in #\;) and combine
; them with the following set-cookie
(dolist (headval headers)
(if* (eq :set-cookie (car headval))
then (if* prev
then (setq prev (concatenate 'string
prev (cdr headval)))
else (setq prev (cdr headval)))
(if* (not (eq #\; (last-character prev)))
then (push prev cs)
(setq prev nil))
elseif prev
then (push prev cs)
(setq prev nil)))
(if* prev
then (push prev cs))
(dolist (cc (nreverse cs))
(save-cookie (client-request-uri creq)
(setf (client-request-content-encoding creq)
(cdr (assoc (client-response-header-value creq :content-encoding)
'(("gzip" . :gzip) ("deflate" . :deflate))
:test #'equalp)))
(if* (eq :head (client-request-method creq))
then ; no data is returned for a head request
(setf (client-request-bytes-left creq) 0)
elseif (equalp "chunked" (client-response-header-value
creq :transfer-encoding))
then ; data will come back in chunked style
(setf (client-request-bytes-left creq) :chunked)
(socket:socket-control (client-request-socket creq)
:input-chunking t)
elseif (setq val (client-response-header-value
creq :content-length))
then ; we know how many bytes are left
(setf (client-request-bytes-left creq)
(quick-convert-to-integer val))
elseif (not (equalp "keep-alive"
creq :connection)))
then ; connection will close, let it indicate eof
(setf (client-request-bytes-left creq) :unknown)
(setf (client-request-return-connection creq) nil)
else ; no data in the response
creq ; return the client request object
(progn (put-header-line-buffer buff2 buff)))))
(defmethod client-request-read-sequence (buffer
(creq client-request)
(start 0)
(end (length buffer)))
;; read the next (end-start) bytes from the body of client request, handling
;; turning on chunking if needed
;; return index after last byte read.
;; return 0 if eof
(let ((socket (get-client-request-response-stream creq))
(bytes-left (client-request-bytes-left creq))
(last start))
(if* (integerp bytes-left)
(if* (zerop bytes-left)
then 0 ; eof
elseif (stringp buffer)
;; We know the amount of bytes left, not characters left
then (let ((pos start)
(dummy-str (make-string 1))
(ch (read-char socket)))
;; This is a bit of a hack -- ACL doesn't seem to expose a
;; sane interface for determining the amount of bytes a
;; character requires in a given encoding.
(flet ((char-size (ch)
(setf (char dummy-str 0) ch)
(native-string-sizeof dummy-str)))
(setf (aref buffer pos) ch)
(incf pos)
(if* (or (<= (decf bytes-left (char-size ch)) 0)
(= pos end)
(null (setf ch (read-char-no-hang socket nil))))
then (setf (client-request-bytes-left creq) bytes-left)
(return pos)))))
;; just a normal read-sequence
else (let ((ans (net.aserve::rational-read-sequence buffer
socket :start start
:end (+ start
(min (- end start)
(if* (eq ans start)
then 0 ; eof
else (net.aserve::debug-format
:xmit-client-response-body "~s"
(octets-to-string buffer :start start :end ans
:external-format :octets))
(setf (client-request-bytes-left creq)
(- bytes-left (- ans start)))
elseif (or (eq bytes-left :chunked)
(eq bytes-left :unknown))
then (handler-case
(do ((i start (1+ i))
(stringp (stringp buffer))
(debug-on (member :xmit-client-response-body
:test #'eq)))
((>= i end) (setq last end))
(setq last i)
(let ((ch (if* stringp
then (read-char socket nil nil)
else (read-byte socket nil nil))))
(if* (null ch)
then (setf (client-request-bytes-left creq) :eof)
else (if* debug-on
then (net.aserve::debug-format
:xmit-client-response-body "~a"
(if* (characterp ch)
then ch
else (code-char ch))))
(setf (aref buffer i) ch))))
(declare (ignore cond))
; remember that there is no more data left
(setf (client-request-bytes-left creq) :eof)
; we return zero on eof, regarless of the value of start
; I think that this is ok, the spec isn't completely clear
(if* (eql last start)
then 0
else last)
elseif (eq bytes-left :eof)
then 0
else (error "socket not setup for read correctly")
(defmethod client-request-close ((creq client-request))
(let ((sock (client-request-socket creq)))
(if* (and sock (not (eq (client-request-return-connection creq)
then (setf (client-request-socket creq) nil)
(ignore-errors (force-output sock))
(ignore-errors (close sock)))))
(defun quick-convert-to-integer (str)
; take the simple string and convert it to an integer
; it's assumed to be a positive number
; no error checking is done.
(let ((res 0))
(dotimes (i (length str))
(let ((chn (- (char-code (schar str i)) #.(char-code #\0))))
(if* (<= 0 chn 9)
then (setq res (+ (* 10 res) chn)))))
(defmethod client-response-header-value ((creq client-request)
name &key parse)
;; return the value associated with the given name
;; parse it too if requested
(if* (stringp name)
then (error "client-response headers are now named by symbols, not strings"))
(let ((val (cdr (assoc name (client-request-headers creq) :test #'eq))))
(if* (and parse val)
then (net.aserve::parse-header-value val)
else val)))
(defun read-socket-line (socket buffer max)
;; read the next line from the socket.
;; the line may end with a linefeed or a return, linefeed, or eof
;; in any case don't put that the end of line characters in the buffer
;; return the number of characters in the buffer which will be zero
;; for an empty line.
;; on eof return nil
(let ((i 0))
(let ((ch (read-char socket nil nil)))
(if* (null ch)
then ; eof from socket
(if* (> i 0)
then ; actually read some stuff first
(return i)
else (return nil) ; eof
elseif (eq ch #\return)
thenret ; ignore
elseif (eq ch #\linefeed)
then ; end of the line,
(return i)
elseif (< i max)
then ; ignore characters beyone line end
(setf (schar buffer i) ch)
(incf i))))))
;; buffer pool for string buffers of the right size for a header
;; line
(net.aserve::defvar-mp *response-header-buffers* nil)
(defun get-header-line-buffer ()
;; return the next header line buffer
(let (buff)
((t :macros)
(setq buff
(pop-atomic *response-header-buffers*)))
(excl::atomically ;; in a #-smp form
(excl::fast (setq buff (pop *response-header-buffers*))))))
(if* buff
else (make-array 400 :element-type 'character))))
(defun put-header-line-buffer (buff &optional buff2)
;; put back up to two buffers
(mp:without-scheduling ;; in a #-smp form
(push buff *response-header-buffers*)
(if* buff2 then (push buff2 *response-header-buffers*))))
((t :macros)
(push-atomic buff *response-header-buffers*)
(if* buff2
then (push-atomic buff2 *response-header-buffers*))))
(defun compute-digest-authorization (creq da)
;; compute the digest authentication info, if such is present
;; return true if did the authentication thing
(let ((val (cdr (assoc :www-authenticate (client-request-headers creq))))
(if* (not (and val
(null (mismatch "digest " val :end2 7 :test #'char-equal))))
then ; not a digest authentication
(return-from compute-digest-authorization nil))
(setq params (net.aserve::parse-header-line-equals
val #.(length "digest ")))
(setf (digest-opaque da) (cdr (assoc "opaque" params :test #'equal)))
(let ((md (md5-init))
(qop (cdr (assoc "qop" params :test #'equalp)))
(setf (digest-qop da) qop)
(md5-update md (digest-username da))
(md5-update md ":")
(md5-update md (setf (digest-realm da)
(or (cdr (assoc "realm" params :test #'equalp)) "")))
(md5-update md ":")
(md5-update md (digest-password da))
(setq ha1 (md5-final md :return :hex))
; compute a2
(setq md (md5-init))
(md5-update md (string-upcase
(symbol-name (client-request-method creq))))
(md5-update md ":")
; this is just a part of the whole uri but should be enough I hope
(md5-update md (setf (digest-uri da)
(uri-path-etc (client-request-uri creq))))
(if* (equal "auth-int" qop)
then (error "auth-int digest not supported"))
(setq ha2 (md5-final md :return :hex))
; calculate response
(setq md (md5-init))
(md5-update md ha1)
(md5-update md ":")
(md5-update md (setf (digest-nonce da)
(or (cdr (assoc "nonce" params :test #'equalp))
(md5-update md ":")
(if* qop
then (md5-update md (digest-nonce-count da))
(md5-update md ":")
(md5-update md (setf (digest-cnonce da)
(format nil "~x" (+ (ash (get-universal-time) 5)
(random 34567)))))
(md5-update md ":")
(md5-update md qop)
(md5-update md ":"))
(md5-update md ha2)
(setf (digest-response da) (md5-final md :return :hex))
;;;;; cookies
(defclass cookie-jar ()
;; holds all the cookies we've received
;; items is a alist where each item has the following form:
;; (hostname cookie-item ...)
;; where hostname is a string that must be the suffix
;; of the requesting host to match
;; path is a string that must be the prefix of the requesting host
;; to match
((items :initform nil
:accessor cookie-jar-items)))
(defmethod print-object ((jar cookie-jar) stream)
(print-unreadable-object (jar stream :type t :identity t)
(format stream "~d cookies" (length (cookie-jar-items jar)))))
;* for a given hostname, there will be only one cookie with
; a given (path,name) pair
(defstruct cookie-item
path ; a string that must be the prefix of the requesting host to match
name ; the name of this cookie
value ; the value of this cookie
expires ; when this cookie expires
secure ; t if can only be sent over a secure server
(defmethod save-cookie (uri (jar cookie-jar) cookie)
;; we've made a request to the given host and gotten back
;; a set-cookie header with cookie as the value
;; jar is the cookie jar into which we want to store the cookie
(let* ((pval (car (net.aserve::parse-header-value cookie t)))
(if* (consp pval)
then ; (:param namevalue . etc)
(setq namevalue (cadr pval)
others (cddr pval))
elseif (stringp pval)
then (setq namevalue pval)
else ; nothing here
(return-from save-cookie nil))
;; namevalue has the form name=value
(setq namevalue (net.aserve::split-on-character namevalue #\=
:count 1))
;; compute path
(setq path (cdr (net.aserve::assoc-paramval "path" others)))
(if* (null path)
then (setq path (or (net.uri:uri-path uri) "/"))
else ; make sure it's a prefix
(if* (not (net.aserve::match-head-p
path (or (net.uri:uri-path uri) "/")))
then ; not a prefix, don't save
(return-from save-cookie nil)))
;; compute domain
(setq domain (cdr (net.aserve::assoc-paramval "domain" others)))
(if* domain
then ; one is given, test to see if it's a substring
; of the host we used
(if* (null (net.aserve::match-tail-p domain
(net.uri:uri-host uri)))
then (return-from save-cookie nil))
else (setq domain (net.uri:uri-host uri)))
(let ((item (make-cookie-item
:path path
:name (car namevalue)
:value (or (cadr namevalue) "")
:secure (net.aserve::assoc-paramval "secure" others)
:expires (cdr (net.aserve::assoc-paramval "expires" others))
; now put in the cookie jar
(let ((domain-vals (assoc domain (cookie-jar-items jar) :test #'equal)))
(if* (null domain-vals)
then ; this it the first time for this host
(push (list domain item) (cookie-jar-items jar))
else ; this isn't the first
; check for matching path and name
(do* ((xx (cdr domain-vals) (cdr xx))
(thisitem (car xx) (car xx)))
((null xx)
(if* (and (equal (cookie-item-path thisitem)
(equal (cookie-item-name thisitem)
(car namevalue)))
then ; replace this one
(setf (car xx) item)
(return-from save-cookie nil)))
; no match, must insert based on the path length
(do* ((prev nil xx)
(xx (cdr domain-vals) (cdr xx))
(thisitem (car xx) (car xx))
(length (length path)))
((null xx)
; put at end
(if* (null prev) then (setq prev domain-vals))
(setf (cdr prev) (cons item nil)))
(if* (>= (length (cookie-item-path thisitem)) length)
then ; can insert here
(if* prev
then (setf (cdr prev)
(cons item xx))
else ; at the beginning
(setf (cdr domain-vals)
(cons item (cdr domain-vals))))
(return-from save-cookie nil))))))))
; rfc6265 says that all cookies are one line separated by this:
(defparameter cookie-separator "; ")
(defmethod compute-cookie-string (uri (jar cookie-jar))
;; compute a string of the applicable cookies.
(let ((host (net.uri:uri-host uri))
(path (or (net.uri:uri-path uri) "/"))
(dolist (hostval (cookie-jar-items jar))
(if* (net.aserve::match-tail-p (car hostval)
then ; ok for this host
(dolist (item (cdr hostval))
(if* (net.aserve::match-head-p (cookie-item-path item)
then ; this one matches
(push item res)))))
(if* res
then ; have some cookies to return
#+ignore (dolist (item res)
(push (cookie-item-value item) rres)
(push "=" rres)
(push (cookie-item-name item) rres)
(push semicrlf rres))
(dolist (item res)
(push (cookie-item-value item) rres)
(push "=" rres)
(push (cookie-item-name item) rres)
(push cookie-separator rres))
(pop rres) ; remove first seperator
(apply #'concatenate 'string rres))))
(defun last-character (string)
;; return the last non blank character, or nil
(do ((i (1- (length string)) (1- i))
((< i 0) nil)
(setq ch (schar string i))
(if* (eq #\space ch)
else (return ch))))