Annotation of gforth/fget.fs, revision 1.2

1.1       pazsan      1: \ a http get command
                      2: 
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                     19: 
                     20: require unix/socket.fs
                     21: require string.fs
                     22: 
                     23: Create crlf #cr c, #lf c,
                     24: 
                     25: : writeln ( addr u fd -- )
                     26:     dup >r write-file throw crlf 2 r> write-file throw ;
                     27: 
                     28: : request ( host u request u proxy-host u port -- fid )
                     29:     open-socket >r
                     30:     s" GET " r@ write-file throw r@ write-file throw s"  HTTP/1.1" r@ writeln
                     31:     s" Host: " r@ write-file throw r@ writeln
                     32:     s" Connection: close" r@ writeln
                     33:     s" User-Agent: " r@ write-file throw
                     34:     s" Gforth Proxy 0.1" r@ writeln
                     35:     s" " r@ writeln r> ;
                     36: 
                     37: Variable proxy          \ s" proxy" proxy $! \ replace that with your proxy host
                     38: Variable proxy-port     \ 8080 proxy-port !  \ replace that with your proxy port
                     39: 
                     40: \ set proxy to your local proxy, and proxy-port to your local proxy port
                     41: \ if you need any.
                     42: 
                     43: : http-open ( host u request u -- fid )
                     44:     proxy @ 0= IF  2over 80  ELSE  proxy $@ proxy-port @  THEN request ;
                     45: 
                     46: wordlist Constant response
                     47: wordlist Constant response-values
                     48: 
                     49: Variable response-string
                     50: Variable maxnum
                     51: 
                     52: : get-rest ( addr -- )  source >in @ /string dup >in +! rot $! ;
                     53: : ?cr ( -- )
                     54:   #tib @ 1 >= IF  source 1- + c@ #cr = #tib +!  THEN ;
                     55: : refill-loop ( -- flag ) base @ >r base off
                     56:   BEGIN  refill ?cr  WHILE  ['] interpret catch drop  >in @ 0=  UNTIL
                     57:   true  ELSE  maxnum off false  THEN  r> base ! ;
                     58: 
                     59: : response:  ( -- )  name
                     60:     Forth definitions 2dup 1- nextname Variable
                     61:     response-values set-current nextname here cell - Create ,
                     62: DOES> @ get-rest ;
                     63: : >response  response-values 1 set-order ;
                     64: 
                     65: response set-current
                     66: 
                     67: : HTTP/1.1 response-string get-rest >response ;
                     68: : HTTP/1.0 response-string get-rest >response ;
                     69: 
                     70: \ response variables
                     71: 
                     72: Forth definitions
                     73: 
                     74: response: Allow:
                     75: response: Age:
                     76: response: Accept-Ranges:
                     77: response: Cache-Control:
                     78: response: Connection:
                     79: response: Proxy-Connection:
                     80: response: Content-Base:
                     81: response: Content-Encoding:
                     82: response: Content-Language:
                     83: response: Content-Length:
                     84: response: Content-Location:
                     85: response: Content-MD5:
                     86: response: Content-Range:
                     87: response: Content-Type:
                     88: response: Date:
                     89: response: ETag:
                     90: response: Expires:
                     91: response: Last-Modified:
                     92: response: Location:
                     93: response: Mime-Version:
                     94: response: Proxy-Authenticate:
                     95: response: Proxy-Connection:
                     96: response: Public:
                     97: response: Retry-After:
                     98: response: Server:
                     99: response: Transfer-Encoding:
                    100: response: Upgrade:
                    101: response: Via:
                    102: response: Warning:
                    103: response: WWW-Authenticate:
                    104: response: X-Cache:
                    105: response: X-Powered-By:
                    106: 
                    107: Forth definitions
                    108: 
                    109: \ response handling
                    110: 
                    111: : get-response ( fid -- ior )
                    112:     push-file loadfile !  loadline off  blk off
                    113:     response 1 set-order  ['] refill-loop catch
                    114:     only forth also  pop-file ;
                    115: 
                    116: \ data handling
                    117: 
                    118: Variable data-buffer
                    119: 
                    120: : clear-data ( -- )
                    121:     s" " data-buffer $! ;
                    122: : add-chunk ( u fid -- u' )
                    123:     swap data-buffer $@len dup >r + data-buffer $!len
                    124:     data-buffer $@ r@ /string rot read-file throw
                    125:     dup r> + data-buffer $!len ;
                    126: : read-sized ( u fid -- )
                    127:     add-chunk drop ;
                    128: : read-to-end ( fid -- )
                    129:     >r BEGIN  $1000 r@ add-chunk $1000 <> UNTIL  rdrop ;
                    130: 
                    131: : read-chunked ( fid -- ) base @ >r hex >r
                    132:     BEGIN  pad $100 r@ read-line throw  WHILE
                    133:        pad swap s>number drop dup WHILE  r@ add-chunk drop
                    134:        pad 1 r@ read-line throw  nip 0= UNTIL
                    135:     ELSE  drop  THEN  THEN  rdrop r> base ! ;
                    136: 
                    137: : read-data ( fid -- ) clear-data >r
                    138:     Content-Length @ IF
                    139:        Content-Length $@ s>number drop r> read-sized  EXIT  THEN
                    140:     Transfer-Encoding @ IF
1.2     ! pazsan    141:        Transfer-Encoding $@ s" chunked" str= IF
1.1       pazsan    142:            r> read-chunked  EXIT  THEN  THEN
                    143:     r> read-to-end ;
                    144: 
1.2     ! pazsan    145: : fslurp ( addr u -- addr u response )
        !           146:     '/' $split -1 /string
        !           147:     http-open dup >r get-response throw r> read-data  data-buffer $@
        !           148:     response-string $@ bl $split 2drop s>number drop ;
        !           149: 
        !           150: \ download file

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