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|library(uri): Process URIs|
This library provides high-performance C-based primitives for manipulating URIs. We decided for a C-based implementation for the much better performance on raw character manipulation. Notably, URI handling primitives are used in time-critical parts of RDF processing. This implementation is based on RFC-3986:
The URI processing in this library is rather liberal. That is, we break URIs according to the rules, but we do not validate that the components are valid. Also, percent-decoding for IRIs is liberal. It first tries UTF-8; then ISO-Latin-1 and finally accepts %-characters verbatim.
Earlier experience has shown that strict enforcement of the URI syntax results in many errors that are accepted by many other web-document processing tools.
^(([^:/?#]+):)?(//([^/?#]*))?([^?#]*)(\?([^#]*))?(#(.*))? 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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uri_is_global(URI) :- uri_components(URI, Components), uri_data(scheme, Components, Scheme), nonvar(Scheme), atom_length(Scheme, Len), Len > 1.
uri_normalized(URI, Base, NormalizedGlobalURI) :- uri_resolve(URI, Base, GlobalURI), uri_normalized(GlobalURI, NormalizedGlobalURI).
uri_normalized(URI, Base, NormalizedGlobalIRI) :- uri_resolve(URI, Base, GlobalURI), uri_normalized_iri(GlobalURI, NormalizedGlobalIRI).
?- uri_query_components(QS, [a=b, c('d+w'), n-'VU Amsterdam']). QS = 'a=b&c=d%2Bw&n=VU%20Amsterdam'. ?- uri_query_components('a=b&c=d%2Bw&n=VU%20Amsterdam', Q). Q = [a=b, c='d+w', n='VU Amsterdam'].
->Encoded), Component specifies the URI component where the value is used. It is one of
segment. Besides alphanumerical characters, the following characters are passed verbatim (the set is split in logical groups according to RFC3986).
syntax_error(Culprit)in mode (+,-) if URI is not a legally percent-encoded UTF-8 string.