Skip to content

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with
or
.
Download ZIP
tree: a0c06f0d33
Fetching contributors…

Cannot retrieve contributors at this time

427 lines (371 sloc) 10.895 kB
=begin rdoc
= Address handling class
=end
#--
# Copyright (c) 1998-2003 Minero Aoki <aamine@loveruby.net>
#
# Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining
# a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
# "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
# without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
# distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
# permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to
# the following conditions:
#
# The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be
# included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
#
# THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
# EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF
# MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND
# NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE
# LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION
# OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
# WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
#
# Note: Originally licensed under LGPL v2+. Using MIT license for Rails
# with permission of Minero Aoki.
#++
require 'tmail/encode'
require 'tmail/parser'
module TMail
# = Class Address
#
# Provides a complete handling library for email addresses. Can parse a string of an
# address directly or take in preformatted addresses themselves. Allows you to add
# and remove phrases from the front of the address and provides a compare function for
# email addresses.
#
# == Parsing and Handling a Valid Address:
#
# Just pass the email address in as a string to Address.parse:
#
# email = TMail::Address.parse('Mikel Lindsaar <mikel@lindsaar.net>')
# #=> #<TMail::Address mikel@lindsaar.net>
# email.address
# #=> "mikel@lindsaar.net"
# email.local
# #=> "mikel"
# email.domain
# #=> "lindsaar.net"
# email.name # Aliased as phrase as well
# #=> "Mikel Lindsaar"
#
# == Detecting an Invalid Address
#
# If you want to check the syntactical validity of an email address, just pass it to
# Address.parse and catch any SyntaxError:
#
# begin
# TMail::Address.parse("mikel 2@@@@@ me .com")
# rescue TMail::SyntaxError
# puts("Invalid Email Address Detected")
# else
# puts("Address is valid")
# end
# #=> "Invalid Email Address Detected"
class Address
include TextUtils #:nodoc:
# Sometimes you need to parse an address, TMail can do it for you and provide you with
# a fairly robust method of detecting a valid address.
#
# Takes in a string, returns a TMail::Address object.
#
# Raises a TMail::SyntaxError on invalid email format
def Address.parse( str )
Parser.parse :ADDRESS, str
end
def Address.special_quote_address(str) #:nodoc:
# Takes a string which is an address and adds quotation marks to special
# edge case methods that the RACC parser can not handle.
#
# Right now just handles two edge cases:
#
# Full stop as the last character of the display name:
# Mikel L. <mikel@me.com>
# Returns:
# "Mikel L." <mikel@me.com>
#
# Unquoted @ symbol in the display name:
# mikel@me.com <mikel@me.com>
# Returns:
# "mikel@me.com" <mikel@me.com>
#
# Any other address not matching these patterns just gets returned as is.
case
# This handles the missing "" in an older version of Apple Mail.app
# around the display name when the display name contains a '@'
# like 'mikel@me.com <mikel@me.com>'
# Just quotes it to: '"mikel@me.com" <mikel@me.com>'
when str =~ /\A([^"].+@.+[^"])\s(<.*?>)\Z/
return "\"#{$1}\" #{$2}"
# This handles cases where 'Mikel A. <mikel@me.com>' which is a trailing
# full stop before the address section. Just quotes it to
# '"Mikel A." <mikel@me.com>'
when str =~ /\A(.*?\.)\s(<.*?>)\Z/
return "\"#{$1}\" #{$2}"
else
str
end
end
def address_group? #:nodoc:
false
end
# Address.new(local, domain)
#
# Accepts:
#
# * local - Left of the at symbol
#
# * domain - Array of the domain split at the periods.
#
# For example:
#
# Address.new("mikel", ["lindsaar", "net"])
# #=> "#<TMail::Address mikel@lindsaar.net>"
def initialize( local, domain )
if domain
domain.each do |s|
raise SyntaxError, 'empty word in domain' if s.empty?
end
end
# This is to catch an unquoted "@" symbol in the local part of the
# address. Handles addresses like <"@"@me.com> and makes sure they
# stay like <"@"@me.com> (previously were becoming <@@me.com>)
if local && (local.join == '@' || local.join =~ /\A[^"].*?@.*?[^"]\Z/)
@local = "\"#{local.join}\""
else
@local = local
end
@domain = domain
@name = nil
@routes = []
end
# Provides the name or 'phrase' of the email address.
#
# For Example:
#
# email = TMail::Address.parse("Mikel Lindsaar <mikel@lindsaar.net>")
# email.name
# #=> "Mikel Lindsaar"
def name
@name
end
# Setter method for the name or phrase of the email
#
# For Example:
#
# email = TMail::Address.parse("mikel@lindsaar.net")
# email.name
# #=> nil
# email.name = "Mikel Lindsaar"
# email.to_s
# #=> "Mikel Lindsaar <mikel@me.com>"
def name=( str )
@name = str
@name = nil if str and str.empty?
end
#:stopdoc:
alias phrase name
alias phrase= name=
#:startdoc:
# This is still here from RFC 822, and is now obsolete per RFC2822 Section 4.
#
# "When interpreting addresses, the route portion SHOULD be ignored."
#
# It is still here, so you can access it.
#
# Routes return the route portion at the front of the email address, if any.
#
# For Example:
# email = TMail::Address.parse( "<@sa,@another:Mikel@me.com>")
# => #<TMail::Address Mikel@me.com>
# email.to_s
# => "<@sa,@another:Mikel@me.com>"
# email.routes
# => ["sa", "another"]
def routes
@routes
end
def inspect #:nodoc:
"#<#{self.class} #{address()}>"
end
# Returns the local part of the email address
#
# For Example:
#
# email = TMail::Address.parse("mikel@lindsaar.net")
# email.local
# #=> "mikel"
def local
return nil unless @local
return '""' if @local.size == 1 and @local[0].empty?
# Check to see if it is an array before trying to map it
if @local.respond_to?(:map)
@local.map {|i| quote_atom(i) }.join('.')
else
quote_atom(@local)
end
end
# Returns the domain part of the email address
#
# For Example:
#
# email = TMail::Address.parse("mikel@lindsaar.net")
# email.local
# #=> "lindsaar.net"
def domain
return nil unless @domain
join_domain(@domain)
end
# Returns the full specific address itself
#
# For Example:
#
# email = TMail::Address.parse("mikel@lindsaar.net")
# email.address
# #=> "mikel@lindsaar.net"
def spec
s = self.local
d = self.domain
if s and d
s + '@' + d
else
s
end
end
alias address spec
# Provides == function to the email. Only checks the actual address
# and ignores the name/phrase component
#
# For Example
#
# addr1 = TMail::Address.parse("My Address <mikel@lindsaar.net>")
# #=> "#<TMail::Address mikel@lindsaar.net>"
# addr2 = TMail::Address.parse("Another <mikel@lindsaar.net>")
# #=> "#<TMail::Address mikel@lindsaar.net>"
# addr1 == addr2
# #=> true
def ==( other )
other.respond_to? :spec and self.spec == other.spec
end
alias eql? ==
# Provides a unique hash value for this record against the local and domain
# parts, ignores the name/phrase value
#
# email = TMail::Address.parse("mikel@lindsaar.net")
# email.hash
# #=> 18767598
def hash
@local.hash ^ @domain.hash
end
# Duplicates a TMail::Address object returning the duplicate
#
# addr1 = TMail::Address.parse("mikel@lindsaar.net")
# addr2 = addr1.dup
# addr1.id == addr2.id
# #=> false
def dup
obj = self.class.new(@local.dup, @domain.dup)
obj.name = @name.dup if @name
obj.routes.replace @routes
obj
end
include StrategyInterface #:nodoc:
def accept( strategy, dummy1 = nil, dummy2 = nil ) #:nodoc:
unless @local
strategy.meta '<>' # empty return-path
return
end
spec_p = (not @name and @routes.empty?)
if @name
strategy.phrase @name
strategy.space
end
tmp = spec_p ? '' : '<'
unless @routes.empty?
tmp << @routes.map {|i| '@' + i }.join(',') << ':'
end
tmp << self.spec
tmp << '>' unless spec_p
strategy.meta tmp
strategy.lwsp ''
end
end
class AddressGroup
include Enumerable
def address_group?
true
end
def initialize( name, addrs )
@name = name
@addresses = addrs
end
attr_reader :name
def ==( other )
other.respond_to? :to_a and @addresses == other.to_a
end
alias eql? ==
def hash
map {|i| i.hash }.hash
end
def []( idx )
@addresses[idx]
end
def size
@addresses.size
end
def empty?
@addresses.empty?
end
def each( &block )
@addresses.each(&block)
end
def to_a
@addresses.dup
end
alias to_ary to_a
def include?( a )
@addresses.include? a
end
def flatten
set = []
@addresses.each do |a|
if a.respond_to? :flatten
set.concat a.flatten
else
set.push a
end
end
set
end
def each_address( &block )
flatten.each(&block)
end
def add( a )
@addresses.push a
end
alias push add
def delete( a )
@addresses.delete a
end
include StrategyInterface
def accept( strategy, dummy1 = nil, dummy2 = nil )
strategy.phrase @name
strategy.meta ':'
strategy.space
first = true
each do |mbox|
if first
first = false
else
strategy.puts_meta ','
end
strategy.space
mbox.accept strategy
end
strategy.meta ';'
strategy.lwsp ''
end
end
end # module TMail
Jump to Line
Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.