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#
# = Ruby Whois
#
# An intelligent pure Ruby WHOIS client and parser.
#
#
# Category:: Net
# Package:: Whois
# Author:: Simone Carletti <weppos@weppos.net>
# License:: MIT License
#
#--
#
#++
module Whois
# The base error class for all <tt>Whois</tt> error classes.
class Error < StandardError
end
# Generic <tt>Whois::Server</tt> exception class.
class ServerError < Error
end
# Server Definition not found
# Raised when the class hasn't been able to select a valid server
# probably because definitions are outdated.
class ServerNotFound < ServerError
end
# Server Definition found
class InterfaceNotSupported < ServerError
end
# Raised when a server is known to not be available for this kind of object
# or because this specific object doesn't support WHOIS. (\x03)
class NoInterfaceError < InterfaceNotSupported
end
# Raised when the class has found a server but it doesn't support the
# standard WHOIS interface via port 43. This is the case of some
# specific domains that only provide a web–based WHOIS interface. (\x01)
class WebInterfaceError < InterfaceNotSupported
attr_reader :url
def initialize(url)
@url = url
super("This TLD has no whois server, but you can access the whois database at `#{@url}'")
end
end
# Server Known object, Definition unavailable
# Raised when we know about a specific functionality
# but this functionality has not been implemented yet.
# This is usually the result of a porting from a third-party library.
class ServerNotImplemented < ServerError
end
# Raised when no WHOIS server is known for this kind of object. (\x05)
class ServerNotSupported < ServerError
end
# Raised when unknown AS number of IP network. (\x06)
class AllocationUnknown < ServerError
end
# Generic <tt>Whois::Answer::Parser</tt> exception class.
class ParserError < Error
end
# Raised when the class hasn't been able to load a valid parser
# according to current settings.
class ParserNotFound < ParserError
end
# Raised when the property method has not been overwritten (implemented)
# in a child parser class.
class PropertyNotImplemented < ParserError
end
# Raised when you are trying to access a property that is not supported
# for the current WHOIS answer.
class PropertyNotSupported < ParserError
end
# Raised when you are trying to access a property that is not supported
# by any of the parsers available for current WHOIS answer.
class PropertyNotAvailable < ParserError
end
end
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