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require 'cgi'
require 'action_controller/vendor/xml_simple'
require 'action_controller/vendor/xml_node'
# Static methods for parsing the query and request parameters that can be used in
# a CGI extension class or testing in isolation.
class CGIMethods #:nodoc:
public
# Returns a hash with the pairs from the query string. The implicit hash construction that is done in
# parse_request_params is not done here.
def CGIMethods.parse_query_parameters(query_string)
parsed_params = {}
query_string.split(/[&;]/).each { |p|
# Ignore repeated delimiters.
next if p.empty?
k, v = p.split('=',2)
v = nil if (v && v.empty?)
k = CGI.unescape(k) if k
v = CGI.unescape(v) if v
unless k.include?(?[)
parsed_params[k] = v
else
keys = split_key(k)
last_key = keys.pop
last_key = keys.pop if (use_array = last_key.empty?)
parent = keys.inject(parsed_params) {|h, k| h[k] ||= {}}
if use_array then (parent[last_key] ||= []) << v
else parent[last_key] = v
end
end
}
parsed_params
end
# Returns the request (POST/GET) parameters in a parsed form where pairs such as "customer[address][street]" /
# "Somewhere cool!" are translated into a full hash hierarchy, like
# { "customer" => { "address" => { "street" => "Somewhere cool!" } } }
def CGIMethods.parse_request_parameters(params)
parsed_params = {}
for key, value in params
value = [value] if key =~ /.*\[\]$/
unless key.include?('[')
# much faster to test for the most common case first (GET)
# and avoid the call to build_deep_hash
parsed_params[key] = get_typed_value(value[0])
else
build_deep_hash(get_typed_value(value[0]), parsed_params, get_levels(key))
end
end
parsed_params
end
def self.parse_formatted_request_parameters(format, raw_post_data)
params = case strategy = ActionController::Base.param_parsers[format]
when Proc
strategy.call(raw_post_data)
when :xml_simple
XmlSimple.xml_in(raw_post_data, 'ForceArray' => false, :keeproot => true)
when :yaml
YAML.load(raw_post_data)
when :xml_node
node = XmlNode.from_xml(raw_post_data)
{ node.node_name => node }
end
params || {}
rescue Object => e
{ "exception" => "#{e.message} (#{e.class})", "backtrace" => e.backtrace,
"raw_post_data" => raw_post_data, "format" => format }
end
private
# Splits the given key into several pieces. Example keys are 'name', 'person[name]',
# 'person[name][first]', and 'people[]'. In each instance, an Array instance is returned.
# 'person[name][first]' produces ['person', 'name', 'first']; 'people[]' produces ['people', '']
def CGIMethods.split_key(key)
if /^([^\[]+)((?:\[[^\]]*\])+)$/ =~ key
keys = [$1]
keys.concat($2[1..-2].split(']['))
keys << '' if key[-2..-1] == '[]' # Have to add it since split will drop empty strings
keys
else
[key]
end
end
def CGIMethods.get_typed_value(value)
# test most frequent case first
if value.is_a?(String)
value
elsif value.respond_to?(:content_type) && ! value.content_type.blank?
# Uploaded file
unless value.respond_to?(:full_original_filename)
class << value
alias_method :full_original_filename, :original_filename
# Take the basename of the upload's original filename.
# This handles the full Windows paths given by Internet Explorer
# (and perhaps other broken user agents) without affecting
# those which give the lone filename.
# The Windows regexp is adapted from Perl's File::Basename.
def original_filename
if md = /^(?:.*[:\\\/])?(.*)/m.match(full_original_filename)
md.captures.first
else
File.basename full_original_filename
end
end
end
end
# Return the same value after overriding original_filename.
value
elsif value.respond_to?(:read)
# Value as part of a multipart request
value.read
elsif value.class == Array
value.collect { |v| CGIMethods.get_typed_value(v) }
else
# other value (neither string nor a multipart request)
value.to_s
end
end
PARAMS_HASH_RE = /^([^\[]+)(\[.*\])?(.)?.*$/
def CGIMethods.get_levels(key)
all, main, bracketed, trailing = PARAMS_HASH_RE.match(key).to_a
if main.nil?
[]
elsif trailing
[key]
elsif bracketed
[main] + bracketed.slice(1...-1).split('][')
else
[main]
end
end
def CGIMethods.build_deep_hash(value, hash, levels)
if levels.length == 0
value
elsif hash.nil?
{ levels.first => CGIMethods.build_deep_hash(value, nil, levels[1..-1]) }
else
hash.update({ levels.first => CGIMethods.build_deep_hash(value, hash[levels.first], levels[1..-1]) })
end
end
end
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