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HTTP middleware for Scheme/Gambit/Black Hole, inspired by Ruby's Rack. Includes a HTTP client.
Implemented support for reading the HTTP request body (in a streaming fashion). ...
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## Sack web server and HTTP client. ## HTTP middleware for Scheme/Gambit/Black Hole, inspired by Ruby's Rack" ## MIT license. For copyrights and development history see respective source files. Find below the calling and use convention for the Sack HTTP middleware. For a usage example, see sack-app.scm and testapp.scm . For how to use http-client, see its sourcecode in src/http-client.scm . (define-type cookie id: D00E6EE6-5E55-47F2-B901-4DECBB3AA011 (name read-only:) ;; A string. Must be a valid cookie name as defined in the spec (value read-only:) ;; A string (expires read-only:) ;; A date, as in SRFI 19, or #f (domain read-only:) ;; A string or #f (path read-only:) ;; A string or #f (port read-only:) ;; A string or #f (?) (secure read-only:) ;; A boolean (http-only read-only:)) ;; A boolean (define-type uri id: 62788556-c247-11d9-9598-00039301ba52 (scheme read-only:) ;; A string. (userinfo read-only:) ;; A string. (host read-only:) ;; A string. (port read-only:) ;; An integer. (path read-only:) ;; A string. (query read-only:) ;; An alist of strings to strings. (fragment read-only:)) ;; A string. (lambda (env) ;; The content of the request can be found in stdin ;; Sack applications must return only once. ;; Output to stderr is considered as logging, both in this procedure ;; and the body producing procedure. ;; ;; Really? ;; Behavior for output to stdout in this procedure is undefined. ;; I'm trying to avoid any global variables or dynamic environment or ;; anything like that. Everything relevant to the request and the ;; response should be in the environment and in the return value of ;; the sack application. ;; If there is a value that isn't in the env, it is as if it was #f. ;; Values that must be present: ;; The list '(0 3), representing this version of Sack. (env 'sack:version) ;; Lowercase string, ie "head". It's a string because we don't want ;; to need to know which ones that are accepted, which would be ;; required otherwise in order to prevent memory leak attacks. (env 'sack:request-method) ;; A closure taking a lowercase string as argument (eg ;; "content-type"), returning a list of the values for that header ;; (possibly '()) ;; ;; It's a closure and not a hash or an a-list to make it possible to ;; use several different implementation techniques. ;; ;; This procedure should also be able to take a procedure as argument, ;; in which case it works as an iterator over all the headers. (env 'sack:headers) ;; A virtual path to the sack application being executed, used for ;; self-referencing URLs. (env 'sack:root) (env 'sack:uri) ;; #t if the server expects (but does not guarantee!) that the ;; application will only be invoked this one time during the life of ;; its containing process. Normally, this will only be #t for a ;; server based on CGI (or something similar). (env 'sack:run-once?) ;; #t if the application object may be simultaneously invoked by ;; another thread in the same process, #f otherwise. (env 'sack:single-thread?) ;; #t if an equivalent application object may be simultaneously ;; invoked by another process, #f otherwise. (env 'sack:single-process?) ; bool, like rack ;; Possible extensions: sack:session, sack:cookie ;; How to do them, if the environment must be immutable? ;; Calling the functions to mutate the environment after the sack ;; application has returned results in undefined behaviour. (env 'sackall) ;; Returns a list of the cookies, including ;; changes made by the app. (env 'sackget name) ;; Returns a cookie or #f (env 'sackset! cookie) (env 'sack:session:all) ;; An a-list of the session data. (env 'sack:session:get name) (env 'sack:session:set! name value) ;; Name must be a string (env 'sack:session:delete! name) (env 'sack:session:destroy!) (env 'sack:session:id) ;; Possibly not there (env 'sack:session:regenerate-id!) ;; Possibly a no-op (values 200 ;; If the headers don't include a Content-Length, and not a ;; Transfer-Encoding: chunked header, the content will be ;; chunk encoded. '(("Content-Type" . "text/html")) (lambda () ;; Returns an u8vector that should be outputted. This ;; procedure will be called again and again until it ;; returns #f. )))