1// Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
2// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
3// found in the LICENSE file.
8#include <string>
10#include "base/strings/string16.h"
11#include "url/gurl.h"
13namespace base {
14class FilePath;
17namespace url {
18struct Component;
19struct Parsed;
22// This object is designed to convert various types of input into URLs that we
23// know are valid. For example, user typing in the URL bar or command line
24// options. This is NOT the place for converting between different types of URLs
25// or parsing them, see net_util.h for that.
26namespace url_fixer {
28// Segments the given text string into parts of a URL. This is most useful for
29// schemes such as http, https, and ftp where |SegmentURL| will find many
30// segments. Currently does not segment "file" schemes.
31// Returns the canonicalized scheme, or the empty string when |text| is only
32// whitespace.
33std::string SegmentURL(const std::string& text, url::Parsed* parts);
34base::string16 SegmentURL(const base::string16& text, url::Parsed* parts);
36// Converts |text| to a fixed-up URL and returns it. Attempts to make some
37// "smart" adjustments to obviously-invalid input where possible.
38// |text| may be an absolute path to a file, which will get converted to a
39// "file:" URL.
41// The result will be a "more" valid URL than the input. It may still not be
42// valid, so check the return value's validity or use possibly_invalid_spec().
44// Schemes "about" and "chrome" are normalized to "chrome://", with slashes.
45// "about:blank" is unaltered, as Webkit allows frames to access about:blank.
46// Additionally, if a chrome URL does not have a valid host, as in "about:", the
47// returned URL will have the host "version", as in "chrome://version".
49// If |desired_tld| is non-empty, it represents the TLD the user wishes to
50// append in the case of an incomplete domain. We check that this is not a file
51// path and there does not appear to be a valid TLD already, then append
52// |desired_tld| to the domain and prepend "www." (unless it, or a scheme, are
53// already present.)  This TLD should not have a leading '.' (use "com" instead
54// of ".com").
55GURL FixupURL(const std::string& text, const std::string& desired_tld);
57// Converts |text| to a fixed-up URL, allowing it to be a relative path on the
58// local filesystem. Begin searching in |base_dir|; if empty, use the current
59// working directory. If this resolves to a file on disk, convert it to a
60// "file:" URL in |fixed_up_url|; otherwise, fall back to the behavior of
61// FixupURL().
63// For "regular" input, even if it is possibly a file with a full path, you
64// should use FixupURL() directly. This function should only be used when
65// relative path handling is desired, as for command line processing.
66GURL FixupRelativeFile(const base::FilePath& base_dir,
67                       const base::FilePath& text);
69// Offsets the beginning index of |part| by |offset|, which is allowed to be
70// negative. In some cases, the desired component does not exist at the given
71// offset. For example, when converting from "http://foo" to "foo", the scheme
72// component no longer exists. In such a case, the beginning index is set to 0.
73// Does nothing if |part| is invalid.
74void OffsetComponent(int offset, url::Component* part);
76// Returns true if |scheme1| is equivalent to |scheme2|.
77// Generally this is true if the two schemes are actually identical, but it's
78// also true when one scheme is "about" and the other "chrome".
79bool IsEquivalentScheme(const std::string& scheme1, const std::string& scheme2);
81// For paths like ~, we use $HOME for the current user's home directory.
82// For tests, we allow our idea of $HOME to be overriden by this variable.
83extern const char* home_directory_override;
85}  // namespace url_fixer