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ec_parse_url — parses an RFC 3986 URI


#include "misc/ec_url_parse.h"

| ec_url_details * **ec_parse_url** ( | url, |   | |   | len); |   |

const char * <var class="pdparam">url</var>; int <var class="pdparam">len</var>;



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parses an RFC 3986 URI

Given a URI string, this function parses it according to RFC 3986, additionally parsing userinfo similarly to HTTP:


and parsing the query similarly to HTTP:


into the attrs dictionary. Since some schemes may not have further encoding within the query, or may not use the HTTP-like query encoding, a raw_query as well as a the entire (percent-decoded) query are made available. Failure to decode the query in an HTTP-like manner will not cause an error, but the attrs dictionary will be absent. A path is always returned, even if empty, per the spec. All values returned have been percent-decoded, except for uri and raw_query.



pointer to the URI string to parse


length of the URI string to parse

Return Values

Returns an ec_url_details structure on success, or NULL on failure.

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