Mojo::Content::MultiPart

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Updated: 2018-11-22
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NAME

Mojo::Content::MultiPart - HTTP multipart content  

SYNOPSIS

  use Mojo::Content::MultiPart;

  my $multi = Mojo::Content::MultiPart->new;
  $multi->parse('Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=---foobar');
  my $single = $multi->parts->[4];

 

DESCRIPTION

Mojo::Content::MultiPart is a container for HTTP multipart content, based on RFC 7230 <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7230>, RFC 7231 <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7231> and RFC 2388 <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2388>.  

EVENTS

Mojo::Content::Multipart inherits all events from Mojo::Content and can emit the following new ones.  

part

  $multi->on(part => sub {
    my ($multi, $single) = @_;
    ...
  });

Emitted when a new Mojo::Content::Single part starts.

  $multi->on(part => sub {
    my ($multi, $single) = @_;
    return unless $single->headers->content_disposition =~ /name="([^"]+)"/;
    say "Field: $1";
  });

 

ATTRIBUTES

Mojo::Content::MultiPart inherits all attributes from Mojo::Content and implements the following new ones.  

parts

  my $parts = $multi->parts;
  $multi    = $multi->parts([Mojo::Content::Single->new]);

Content parts embedded in this multipart content, usually Mojo::Content::Single objects.  

METHODS

Mojo::Content::MultiPart inherits all methods from Mojo::Content and implements the following new ones.  

body_contains

  my $bool = $multi->body_contains('foobarbaz');

Check if content parts contain a specific string.  

body_size

  my $size = $multi->body_size;

Content size in bytes.  

build_boundary

  my $boundary = $multi->build_boundary;

Generate a suitable boundary for content and add it to "Content-Type" header.  

clone

  my $clone = $multi->clone;

Return a new Mojo::Content::MultiPart object cloned from this content if possible, otherwise return "undef".  

get_body_chunk

  my $bytes = $multi->get_body_chunk(0);

Get a chunk of content starting from a specific position. Note that it might not be possible to get the same chunk twice if content was generated dynamically.  

is_multipart

  my $bool = $multi->is_multipart;

True, this is a Mojo::Content::MultiPart object.  

new

  my $multi = Mojo::Content::MultiPart->new;
  my $multi
    = Mojo::Content::MultiPart->new(parts => [Mojo::Content::Single->new]);
  my $multi
    = Mojo::Content::MultiPart->new({parts => [Mojo::Content::Single->new]});

Construct a new Mojo::Content::MultiPart object and subscribe to ``read'' event with default content parser.  

SEE ALSO

Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Guides, <https://mojolicious.org>.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
EVENTS
part
ATTRIBUTES
parts
METHODS
body_contains
body_size
build_boundary
clone
get_body_chunk
is_multipart
new
SEE ALSO
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