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# -*- indent-tabs-mode: nil; -*-
# vim:ft=perl:et:sw=4
# $Id$

# Sympa - SYsteme de Multi-Postage Automatique
#
# Copyright (c) 1997, 1998, 1999 Institut Pasteur & Christophe Wolfhugel
# Copyright (c) 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005,
# 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Comite Reseau des Universites
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# Copyright (c) 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 GIP RENATER
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#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

package Sympa::Tools::Text;

use strict;
use warnings;
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use Encode qw();
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use English qw(-no_match_vars);
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use Encode::MIME::Header;    # 'MIME-Q' encoding.
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use HTML::Entities qw();
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use MIME::EncWords;
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use Text::LineFold;
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use Unicode::GCString;
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use URI::Escape qw();
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use if (5.008 < $] && $] < 5.016), qw(Unicode::CaseFold fc);
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use if (5.016 <= $]), qw(feature fc);
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BEGIN { eval 'use Unicode::Normalize qw()'; }
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use Sympa::Language;
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use Sympa::Regexps;

# Old name: tools::addrencode().
sub addrencode {
    my $addr    = shift;
    my $phrase  = (shift || '');
    my $charset = (shift || 'utf8');
    my $comment = (shift || '');

    return undef unless $addr =~ /\S/;

    if ($phrase =~ /[^\s\x21-\x7E]/) {
        $phrase = MIME::EncWords::encode_mimewords(
            Encode::decode('utf8', $phrase),
            'Encoding'    => 'A',
            'Charset'     => $charset,
            'Replacement' => 'FALLBACK',
            'Field'       => 'Resent-Sender', # almost longest
            'Minimal'     => 'DISPNAME',      # needs MIME::EncWords >= 1.012.
        );
    } elsif ($phrase =~ /\S/) {
        $phrase =~ s/([\\\"])/\\$1/g;
        $phrase = '"' . $phrase . '"';
    }
    if ($comment =~ /[^\s\x21-\x27\x2A-\x5B\x5D-\x7E]/) {
        $comment = MIME::EncWords::encode_mimewords(
            Encode::decode('utf8', $comment),
            'Encoding'    => 'A',
            'Charset'     => $charset,
            'Replacement' => 'FALLBACK',
            'Minimal'     => 'DISPNAME',
        );
    } elsif ($comment =~ /\S/) {
        $comment =~ s/([\\\"])/\\$1/g;
    }

    return
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          ($phrase =~ /\S/  ? "$phrase "    : '')
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        . ($comment =~ /\S/ ? "($comment) " : '')
        . "<$addr>";
}

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# Old names: tools::clean_email(), tools::get_canonical_email().
sub canonic_email {
    my $email = shift;

    return undef unless defined $email;

    # Remove leading and trailing white spaces.
    $email =~ s/\A\s+//;
    $email =~ s/\s+\z//;

    # Lower-case.
    $email =~ tr/A-Z/a-z/;

    return (length $email) ? $email : undef;
}

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# Old name: tools::clean_msg_id().
sub canonic_message_id {
    my $msg_id = shift;

    return $msg_id unless defined $msg_id;

    chomp $msg_id;

    if ($msg_id =~ /\<(.+)\>/) {
        $msg_id = $1;
    }

    return $msg_id;
}

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sub wrap_text {
    my $text = shift;
    my $init = shift;
    my $subs = shift;
    my $cols = shift;
    $cols = 78 unless defined $cols;
    return $text unless $cols;

    $text = Text::LineFold->new(
        Language      => Sympa::Language->instance->get_lang,
        OutputCharset => (Encode::is_utf8($text) ? '_UNICODE_' : 'utf8'),
        Prep          => 'NONBREAKURI',
        ColumnsMax    => $cols
    )->fold($init, $subs, $text);

    return $text;
}

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sub decode_filesystem_safe {
    my $str = shift;
    return '' unless defined $str and length $str;

    $str = Encode::encode_utf8($str) if Encode::is_utf8($str);
    # On case-insensitive filesystem "_XX" along with "_xx" should be decoded.
    $str =~ s/_([0-9A-Fa-f]{2})/chr hex "0x$1"/eg;
    return $str;
}

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sub decode_html {
    my $str = shift;

    Encode::encode_utf8(
        HTML::Entities::decode_entities(Encode::decode_utf8($str)));
}

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sub encode_filesystem_safe {
    my $str = shift;
    return '' unless defined $str and length $str;

    $str = Encode::encode_utf8($str) if Encode::is_utf8($str);
    $str =~ s/([^-+.0-9\@A-Za-z])/sprintf '_%02x', ord $1/eg;
    return $str;
}

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sub encode_html {
    my $str = shift;

    HTML::Entities::encode_entities($str, '<>&"');
}

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sub encode_uri {
    my $str     = shift;
    my %options = @_;

    # Note: URI-1.35 (URI::Escape 3.28) or later is required.
    return Encode::encode_utf8(
        URI::Escape::uri_escape_utf8(
            Encode::decode_utf8($str),
            '^-A-Za-z0-9._~' . (exists $options{omit} ? $options{omit} : '')
        )
    );
}

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# Old name: tools::escape_chars().
sub escape_chars {
    my $s          = shift;
    my $except     = shift;                            ## Exceptions
    my $ord_except = ord $except if defined $except;

    ## Escape chars
    ##  !"#$%&'()+,:;<=>?[] AND accented chars
    ## escape % first
    foreach my $i (
        0x25,
        0x20 .. 0x24,
        0x26 .. 0x2c,
        0x3a .. 0x3f,
        0x5b, 0x5d,
        0x80 .. 0x9f,
        0xa0 .. 0xff
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    ) {
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        next if defined $ord_except and $i == $ord_except;
        my $hex_i = sprintf "%lx", $i;
        $s =~ s/\x$hex_i/%$hex_i/g;
    }
    ## Special traetment for '/'
    $s =~ s/\//%a5/g unless defined $except and $except eq '/';

    return $s;
}

# Old name: tt2::escape_url().
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# DEPRECATED.  Use Sympa::Tools::Text::escape_uri() or
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# Sympa::Tools::Text::mailtourl().
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#sub escape_url;
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sub foldcase {
    my $str = shift;
    return '' unless defined $str and length $str;

    if ($] <= 5.008) {
        # Perl 5.8.0 does not support Unicode::CaseFold. Use lc() instead.
        return Encode::encode_utf8(lc(Encode::decode_utf8($str)));
    } else {
        # later supports it. Perl 5.16.0 and later have built-in fc().
        return Encode::encode_utf8(fc(Encode::decode_utf8($str)));
    }
}

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my %legacy_charsets = (
    'ar'    => [qw(iso-8859-6)],
    'bs'    => [qw(iso-8859-2)],
    'cs'    => [qw(iso-8859-2)],
    'eo'    => [qw(iso-8859-3)],
    'et'    => [qw(iso-8859-4)],
    'he'    => [qw(iso-8859-8)],
    'hr'    => [qw(iso-8859-2)],
    'hu'    => [qw(iso-8859-2)],
    'ja'    => [qw(euc-jp cp932 MacJapanese)],
    'kl'    => [qw(iso-8859-4)],
    'ko'    => [qw(cp949)],
    'lt'    => [qw(iso-8859-4)],
    'lv'    => [qw(iso-8859-4)],
    'mt'    => [qw(iso-8859-3)],
    'pl'    => [qw(iso-8859-2)],
    'ro'    => [qw(iso-8859-2)],
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    'ru'    => [qw(koi8-r cp1251)],               # cp866? MacCyrillic?
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    'sk'    => [qw(iso-8859-2)],
    'sl'    => [qw(iso-8859-2)],
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    'th'    => [qw(iso-8859-11 cp874 MacThai)],
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    'tr'    => [qw(iso-8859-9)],
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    'uk'    => [qw(koi8-u)],                      # MacUkrainian?
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    'zh-CN' => [qw(euc-cn)],
    'zh-TW' => [qw(big5-eten)],
);

sub guessed_to_utf8 {
    my $text  = shift;
    my @langs = @_;

    return Encode::encode_utf8($text) if Encode::is_utf8($text);
    return $text
        unless defined $text
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        and length $text
        and $text =~ /[^\x00-\x7F]/;
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    my $utf8;
    foreach
        my $charset ('utf-8', map { $_ ? @$_ : () } @legacy_charsets{@langs})
    {
        $utf8 = eval { Encode::decode($charset, $text, Encode::FB_CROAK()) };
        last if defined $utf8;
    }
    $utf8 = Encode::decode('iso-8859-1', $text) unless defined $utf8;
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    # Apply NFC: e.g. for modified-NFD by Mac OS X.
    $utf8 = Unicode::Normalize::normalize('NFC', $utf8)
        if $Unicode::Normalize::VERSION;
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    return Encode::encode_utf8($utf8);
}

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sub mailtourl {
    my $text    = shift;
    my %options = @_;

    my $dtext =
          (not defined $text)   ? ''
        : $options{decode_html} ? Sympa::Tools::Text::decode_html($text)
        :                         $text;
    $dtext =~ s/\A\s+//;
    $dtext =~ s/\s+\z//;
    $dtext =~ s/(?:\r\n|\r|\n)(?=[ \t])//g;
    $dtext =~ s/\r\n|\r|\n/ /g;

    # The ``@'' in email address should not be encoded because some MUAs
    # aren't able to decode ``%40'' in e-mail address of mailto: URL.
    # Contrary, ``@'' in query component should be encoded because some
    # MUAs take it for a delimiter to separate URL from the rest.
    my ($format, $utext, $qsep);
    if ($dtext =~ /[()<>\[\]:;,\"\s]/) {
        # Use "to" header if source text includes any of RFC 5322
        # "specials", minus ``@'' and ``\'', plus whitespaces.
        $format = 'mailto:?to=%s%s';
        $utext  = Sympa::Tools::Text::encode_uri($dtext);
        $qsep   = '&';
    } else {
        $format = 'mailto:%s%s';
        $utext  = Sympa::Tools::Text::encode_uri($dtext, omit => '@');
        $qsep   = '?';
    }
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    my $qstring = _url_query_string(
        $options{query},
        decode_html => $options{decode_html},
        leadchar    => $qsep,
        sepchar     => '&',
        trim_values => 1,
    );

    return sprintf $format, $utext, $qstring;
}

sub _url_query_string {
    my $query   = shift;
    my %options = @_;
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    unless (ref $query eq 'HASH' and %$query) {
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        return '';
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    } else {
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        my $decode_html = $options{decode_html};
        my $trim_values = $options{trim_values};
        return ($options{leadchar} || '?') . join(
            ($options{sepchar} || ';'),
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            map {
                my ($dkey, $dval) = map {
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                          (not defined $_) ? ''
                        : $decode_html ? Sympa::Tools::Text::decode_html($_)
                        :                $_;
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                if ($trim_values and lc $dkey ne 'body') {
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                    $dval =~ s/\A\s+//;
                    $dval =~ s/\s+\z//;
                    $dval =~ s/(?:\r\n|\r|\n)(?=[ \t])//g;
                    $dval =~ s/\r\n|\r|\n/ /g;
                }

                sprintf '%s=%s',
                    Sympa::Tools::Text::encode_uri($dkey),
                    Sympa::Tools::Text::encode_uri($dval);
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    }
}

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sub pad {
    my $str   = shift;
    my $width = shift;

    return $str unless $width and defined $str;

    my $ustr = Encode::is_utf8($str) ? $str : Encode::decode_utf8($str);
    my $cols = Unicode::GCString->new($ustr)->columns;

    unless ($cols < abs $width) {
        return $str;
    } elsif ($width < 0) {
        return $str . (' ' x (-$width - $cols));
    } else {
        return (' ' x ($width - $cols)) . $str;
    }
}

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# Old name: tools::qdecode_filename().
sub qdecode_filename {
    my $filename = shift;

    ## We don't use MIME::Words here because it does not encode properly
    ## Unicode
    ## Check if string is already Q-encoded first
    #if ($filename =~ /\=\?UTF-8\?/) {
    $filename = Encode::encode_utf8(Encode::decode('MIME-Q', $filename));
    #}

    return $filename;
}

# Old name: tools::qencode_filename().
sub qencode_filename {
    my $filename = shift;

    ## We don't use MIME::Words here because it does not encode properly
    ## Unicode
    ## Check if string is already Q-encoded first
    ## Also check if the string contains 8bit chars
    unless ($filename =~ /\=\?UTF-8\?/
        || $filename =~ /^[\x00-\x7f]*$/) {

        ## Don't encode elements such as .desc. or .url or .moderate
        ## or .extension
        my $part = $filename;
        my ($leading, $trailing);
        $leading  = $1 if ($part =~ s/^(\.desc\.)//);    ## leading .desc
        $trailing = $1 if ($part =~ s/((\.\w+)+)$//);    ## trailing .xx

        my $encoded_part = MIME::EncWords::encode_mimewords(
            $part,
            Charset    => 'utf8',
            Encoding   => 'q',
            MaxLineLen => 1000,
            Minimal    => 'NO'
        );

        $filename = $leading . $encoded_part . $trailing;
    }

    return $filename;
}

# Old name: tools::unescape_chars().
sub unescape_chars {
    my $s = shift;

    $s =~ s/%a5/\//g;    ## Special traetment for '/'
    foreach my $i (0x20 .. 0x2c, 0x3a .. 0x3f, 0x5b, 0x5d, 0x80 .. 0x9f,
        0xa0 .. 0xff) {
        my $hex_i = sprintf "%lx", $i;
        my $hex_s = sprintf "%c",  $i;
        $s =~ s/%$hex_i/$hex_s/g;
    }

    return $s;
}

# Old name: tools::valid_email().
sub valid_email {
    my $email = shift;

    my $email_re = Sympa::Regexps::email();
    return undef unless $email =~ /^${email_re}$/;

    # Forbidden characters.
    return undef if $email =~ /[\|\$\*\?\!]/;

    return 1;
}

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sub weburl {
    my $base    = shift;
    my $paths   = shift;
    my %options = @_;

    my @paths = map {
        Sympa::Tools::Text::encode_uri(
              (not defined $_)      ? ''
            : $options{decode_html} ? Sympa::Tools::Text::decode_html($_)
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        );
    } @{$paths || []};

    my $qstring = _url_query_string(
        $options{query},
        decode_html => $options{decode_html},
        sepchar     => '&',
    );

    my $fstring;
    my $fragment = $options{fragment};
    if (defined $fragment) {
        $fstring = '#'
            . Sympa::Tools::Text::encode_uri(
            $options{decode_html}
            ? Sympa::Tools::Text::decode_html($fragment)
            : $fragment
            );
    } else {
        $fstring = '';
    }

    return sprintf '%s%s%s', join('/', grep { defined $_ } ($base, @paths)),
        $qstring, $fstring;
}

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__END__

=encoding utf-8

=head1 NAME

Sympa::Tools::Text - Text-related functions

=head1 DESCRIPTION

This package provides some text-related functions.

=head2 Functions

=over

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=item addrencode ( $addr, [ $phrase, [ $charset, [ $comment ] ] ] )

Returns formatted (and encoded) name-addr as RFC5322 3.4.

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=item canonic_email ( $email )

I<Function>.
Returns canonical form of e-mail address.

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Latin letters without accents are lower-cased.

For malformed inputs returns C<undef>.

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=item canonic_message_id ( $message_id )

Returns canonical form of message ID without trailing or leading whitespaces
or C<E<lt>>, C<E<gt>>.

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=item decode_filesystem_safe ( $str )
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I<Function>.
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Decodes a string encoded by encode_filesystem_safe().
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Parameter:

=over

=item $str

String to be decoded.

=back

Returns:

Decoded string, stripped C<utf8> flag if any.

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=item decode_html ( $str )
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I<Function>.
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Decodes HTML entities in a string encoded by UTF-8 or a Unicode string.
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Parameter:

=over

=item $str

String to be decoded.

=back

Returns:

Decoded string, stripped C<utf8> flag if any.

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=item encode_filesystem_safe ( $str )
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I<Function>.
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Encodes a string $str to be suitable for filesystem.
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Parameter:

=over

=item $str

String to be encoded.

=back

Returns:

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Encoded string, stripped C<utf8> flag if any.
All bytes except C<'-'>, C<'+'>, C<'.'>, C<'@'>
and alphanumeric characters are encoded to sequences C<'_'> followed by
two hexdigits.
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Note that C<'/'> will also be encoded.

=item encode_html ( $str )
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I<Function>.
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Encodes characters in a string $str to HTML entities.
C<'E<lt>'>, C<'E<gt>'>, C<'E<amp>'> and C<'E<quot>'> are encoded.
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Parameter:

=over

=item $str

String to be encoded.

=back

Returns:

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Encoded string, I<not> stripping utf8 flag if any.
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=item encode_uri ( $str, [ omit => $chars ] )

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I<Function>.
Encodes potentially unsafe characters in the string using "percent" encoding
suitable for URIs.
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Parameters:

=over

=item $str

String to be encoded.

=item omit =E<gt> $chars

By default, all characters except those defined as "unreserved" in RFC 3986
are encoded, that is, C<[^-A-Za-z0-9._~]>.
If this parameter is given, it will prevent encoding additional characters.

=back

Returns:

Encoded string, stripped C<utf8> flag if any.

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=item escape_chars ( $str )

Escape weird characters.

ToDo: This should be obsoleted in the future release: Would be better to use
L</encode_filesystem_safe>.

=item escape_url ( $str )

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=item foldcase ( $str )

I<Function>.
Returns "fold-case" string suitable for case-insensitive match.
For example, a code below looks for a needle in haystack not regarding case,
even if they are non-ASCII UTF-8 strings.

  $haystack = Sympa::Tools::Text::foldcase($HayStack);
  $needle   = Sympa::Tools::Text::foldcase($NeedLe);
  if (index $haystack, $needle >= 0) {
      ...
  }

Parameter:

=over

=item $str

A string.

=back

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=item guessed_to_utf8( $text, [ lang, ... ] )

I<Function>.
Guesses text charset considering language context
and returns the text reencoded by UTF-8.

Parameters:

=over

=item $text

Text to be reencoded.

=item lang, ...

Language tag(s) which may be given by L<Sympa::Language/"implicated_langs">.

=back

Returns:

Reencoded text.
If any charsets could not be guessed, C<iso-8859-1> will be used
as the last resort, just because it covers full range of 8-bit.

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=item mailtourl ( $email, [ decode_html =E<gt> 1 ],
[ query =E<gt> {key =E<gt> val, ...} ] )

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I<Function>.
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Constructs a C<mailto:> URL for given e-mail.

Parameters:

=over

=item $email

E-mail address.

=item decode_html =E<gt> 1

If set, arguments are assumed to include HTML entities.

=item query =E<gt> {key =E<gt> val, ...}

Optional query.

=back

Returns:

Constructed URL.

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=item pad ( $str, $width )

Pads space a string so that result will not be narrower than given width.

Parameters:

=over

=item $str

A string.

=item $width

If $width is false value or width of $str is not less than $width,
does nothing.
If $width is less than C<0>, pads right.
Otherwise, pads left.

=back

Returns:

Padded string.

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=item qdecode_filename ( $filename )

Q-Decodes web file name.

ToDo:
This should be obsoleted in the future release: Would be better to use
L</decode_filesystem_safe>.

=item qencode_filename ( $filename )

Q-Encodes web file name.

ToDo:
This should be obsoleted in the future release: Would be better to use
L</encode_filesystem_safe>.

=item unescape_chars ( $str )

Unescape weird characters.

ToDo: This should be obsoleted in the future release: Would be better to use
L</decode_filesystem_safe>.

=item valid_email ( $string )

Basic check of an email address.

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=item weburl ( $base, \@paths, [ decode_html =E<gt> 1 ],
[ fragment =E<gt> $fragment ], [ query =E<gt> \%query ] )

Constructs a C<http:> or C<https:> URL under given base URI.

Parameters:

=over

=item $base

Base URI.

=item \@paths

Additional path components.

=item decode_html =E<gt> 1

If set, arguments are assumed to include HTML entities.
Exception is $base:
It is assumed not to include entities.

=item fragment =E<gt> $fragment

Optional fragment.

=item query =E<gt> \%query

Optional query.

=back

Returns:

A URI.

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=item wrap_text ( $text, [ $init_tab, [ $subsequent_tab, [ $cols ] ] ] )

I<Function>.
Returns line-wrapped text.

Parameters:

=over

=item $text

The text to be folded.

=item $init_tab

Indentation prepended to the first line of paragraph.
Default is C<''>, no indentation.

=item $subsequent_tab

Indentation prepended to each subsequent line of folded paragraph.
Default is C<''>, no indentation.

=item $cols

Max number of columns of folded text.
Default is C<78>.

=back

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=head1 HISTORY

L<Sympa::Tools::Text> appeared on Sympa 6.2a.41.

decode_filesystem_safe() and encode_filesystem_safe() were added
on Sympa 6.2.10.

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decode_html(), encode_html(), encode_uri() and mailtourl()
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were added on Sympa 6.2.14, and escape_url() was deprecated.
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