Class: Mail::Ruby19

Inherits:
Object show all
Defined in:
lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb

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Class Method Details

+ (Object) b_value_decode(str)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 51

def Ruby19.b_value_decode(str)
  match = str.match(/\=\?(.+)?\?[Bb]\?(.+)?\?\=/m)
  if match
    charset = match[1]
    str = Ruby19.decode_base64(match[2])
    str.force_encoding(pick_encoding(charset))
  end
  decoded = str.encode("utf-8", :invalid => :replace, :replace => "")
  decoded.valid_encoding? ? decoded : decoded.encode("utf-16le", :invalid => :replace, :replace => "").encode("utf-8")
end

+ (Object) b_value_encode(str, encoding = nil)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 46

def Ruby19.b_value_encode(str, encoding = nil)
  encoding = str.encoding.to_s
  [Ruby19.encode_base64(str), encoding]
end

+ (Object) bracket(str)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 24

def Ruby19.bracket( str )
  str = $1 if str =~ /^\<(.*)?\>$/
  str = escape_bracket( str )
  '<' + str + '>'
end

+ (Object) decode_base64(str)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 30

def Ruby19.decode_base64(str)
  str.unpack( 'm' ).first
end

+ (Object) encode_base64(str)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 34

def Ruby19.encode_base64(str)
  [str].pack( 'm' )
end

+ (Object) escape_bracket(str)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 19

def Ruby19.escape_bracket( str )
  re = /(?<!\\)([\<\>])/          # Only match unescaped brackets
  str.gsub(re) { |s| '\\' + s }
end

+ (Object) escape_paren(str)

Escapes any parenthesis in a string that are unescaped this uses a Ruby 1.9.1 regexp feature of negative look behind



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 8

def Ruby19.escape_paren( str )
  re = /(?<!\\)([\(\)])/          # Only match unescaped parens
  str.gsub(re) { |s| '\\' + s }
end

+ (Object) get_constant(klass, string)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 42

def Ruby19.get_constant(klass, string)
  klass.const_get( string )
end

+ (Boolean) has_constant?(klass, string)

Returns:

  • (Boolean)


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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 38

def Ruby19.has_constant?(klass, string)
  klass.const_defined?( string, false )
end

+ (Object) param_decode(str, encoding)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 86

def Ruby19.param_decode(str, encoding)
  string = uri_parser.unescape(str)
  string.force_encoding(encoding) if encoding
  string
end

+ (Object) param_encode(str)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 92

def Ruby19.param_encode(str)
  encoding = str.encoding.to_s.downcase
  language = Configuration.instance.param_encode_language
  "#{encoding}'#{language}'#{uri_parser.escape(str)}"
end

+ (Object) paren(str)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 13

def Ruby19.paren( str )
  str = $1 if str =~ /^\((.*)?\)$/
  str = escape_paren( str )
  '(' + str + ')'
end

+ (Object) pick_encoding(charset)

Pick a Ruby encoding corresponding to the message charset. Most charsets have a Ruby encoding, but some need manual aliasing here.

TODO: add this as a test somewhere:

Encoding.list.map { |e| [e.to_s.upcase == pick_encoding(e.to_s.downcase.gsub("-", "")), e.to_s] }.select {|a,b| !b}
Encoding.list.map { |e| [e.to_s == pick_encoding(e.to_s), e.to_s] }.select {|a,b| !b}


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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 108

def Ruby19.pick_encoding(charset)
  case charset

  # ISO-8859-8-I etc. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO-8859-8-I
  when /^iso-?8859-(\d+)(-i)?$/i
    "ISO-8859-#{$1}"

  # ISO-8859-15, ISO-2022-JP and alike
  when /iso-?(\d{4})-?(\w{1,2})/i
    "ISO-#{$1}-#{$2}"

  # "ISO-2022-JP-KDDI"  and alike
  when /iso-?(\d{4})-?(\w{1,2})-?(\w*)/i
    "ISO-#{$1}-#{$2}-#{$3}"

  # UTF-8, UTF-32BE and alike
  when /utf[\-_]?(\d{1,2})?(\w{1,2})/i
    "UTF-#{$1}#{$2}".gsub(/\A(UTF-(?:16|32))\z/, '\\1BE')

  # Windows-1252 and alike
  when /Windows-?(.*)/i
    "Windows-#{$1}"

  when /^8bit$/
    Encoding::ASCII_8BIT

  # alternatives/misspellings of us-ascii seen in the wild
  when /^iso-?646(-us)?$/i, /us=ascii/i
    Encoding::ASCII

  # Microsoft-specific alias for MACROMAN
  when /^macintosh$/i
    Encoding::MACROMAN

  # Microsoft-specific alias for CP949 (Korean)
  when 'ks_c_5601-1987'
    Encoding::CP949

  # Wrongly written Shift_JIS (Japanese)
  when 'shift-jis'
    Encoding::Shift_JIS

  # GB2312 (Chinese charset) is a subset of GB18030 (its replacement)
  when /gb2312/i
    Encoding::GB18030

  else
    charset
  end
end

+ (Object) q_value_decode(str)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 67

def Ruby19.q_value_decode(str)
  match = str.match(/\=\?(.+)?\?[Qq]\?(.+)?\?\=/m)
  if match
    charset = match[1]
    string = match[2].gsub(/_/, '=20')
    # Remove trailing = if it exists in a Q encoding
    string = string.sub(/\=$/, '')
    str = Encodings::QuotedPrintable.decode(string)
    str.force_encoding(pick_encoding(charset))
    # We assume that binary strings hold utf-8 directly to work around
    # jruby/jruby#829 which subtly changes String#encode semantics.
    str.force_encoding('utf-8') if str.encoding == Encoding::ASCII_8BIT
  end
  decoded = str.encode("utf-8", :invalid => :replace, :replace => "")
  decoded.valid_encoding? ? decoded : decoded.encode("utf-16le", :invalid => :replace, :replace => "").encode("utf-8")
rescue Encoding::UndefinedConversionError
  str.dup.force_encoding("utf-8")
end

+ (Object) q_value_encode(str, encoding = nil)



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 62

def Ruby19.q_value_encode(str, encoding = nil)
  encoding = str.encoding.to_s
  [Encodings::QuotedPrintable.encode(str), encoding]
end

+ (Object) uri_parser



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# File 'lib/mail/version_specific/ruby_1_9.rb', line 98

def Ruby19.uri_parser
  @uri_parser ||= URI::Parser.new
end