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* Copyright (C) 1998 - 2020, Daniel Stenberg, <>, et al.
* This software is licensed as described in the file COPYING, which
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* This software is distributed on an "AS IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY
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#include "curl_setup.h"
#ifdef USE_NGHTTP2
#include <nghttp2/nghttp2.h>
extern const struct Curl_handler Curl_handler_http;
#ifdef USE_SSL
extern const struct Curl_handler Curl_handler_https;
/* Header specific functions */
bool Curl_compareheader(const char *headerline, /* line to check */
const char *header, /* header keyword _with_ colon */
const char *content); /* content string to find */
char *Curl_copy_header_value(const char *header);
char *Curl_checkProxyheaders(const struct connectdata *conn,
const char *thisheader);
/* ------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
* The add_buffer series of functions are used to build one large memory chunk
* from repeated function invokes. Used so that the entire HTTP request can
* be sent in one go.
struct Curl_send_buffer {
char *buffer;
size_t size_max;
size_t size_used;
typedef struct Curl_send_buffer Curl_send_buffer;
Curl_send_buffer *Curl_add_buffer_init(void);
void Curl_add_buffer_free(Curl_send_buffer **inp);
CURLcode Curl_add_bufferf(Curl_send_buffer **inp, const char *fmt, ...)
CURLcode Curl_add_buffer(Curl_send_buffer **inp, const void *inptr,
size_t size) WARN_UNUSED_RESULT;
CURLcode Curl_add_buffer_send(Curl_send_buffer **inp,
struct connectdata *conn,
curl_off_t *bytes_written,
size_t included_body_bytes,
int socketindex);
CURLcode Curl_add_timecondition(const struct connectdata *conn,
Curl_send_buffer *buf);
CURLcode Curl_add_custom_headers(struct connectdata *conn,
bool is_connect,
Curl_send_buffer *req_buffer);
CURLcode Curl_http_compile_trailers(struct curl_slist *trailers,
Curl_send_buffer **buffer,
struct Curl_easy *handle);
/* protocol-specific functions set up to be called by the main engine */
CURLcode Curl_http(struct connectdata *conn, bool *done);
CURLcode Curl_http_done(struct connectdata *, CURLcode, bool premature);
CURLcode Curl_http_connect(struct connectdata *conn, bool *done);
/* These functions are in http.c */
CURLcode Curl_http_input_auth(struct connectdata *conn, bool proxy,
const char *auth);
CURLcode Curl_http_auth_act(struct connectdata *conn);
/* If only the PICKNONE bit is set, there has been a round-trip and we
selected to use no auth at all. Ie, we actively select no auth, as opposed
to not having one selected. The other CURLAUTH_* defines are present in the
public curl/curl.h header. */
#define CURLAUTH_PICKNONE (1<<30) /* don't use auth */
/* MAX_INITIAL_POST_SIZE indicates the number of bytes that will make the POST
data get included in the initial data chunk sent to the server. If the
data is larger than this, it will automatically get split up in multiple
system calls.
This value used to be fairly big (100K), but we must take into account that
if the server rejects the POST due for authentication reasons, this data
will always be unconditionally sent and thus it may not be larger than can
always be afforded to send twice.
It must not be greater than 64K to work on VMS.
#define MAX_INITIAL_POST_SIZE (64*1024)
/* EXPECT_100_THRESHOLD is the request body size limit for when libcurl will
* automatically add an "Expect: 100-continue" header in HTTP requests. When
* the size is unknown, it will always add it.
#define EXPECT_100_THRESHOLD (1024*1024)
#endif /* CURL_DISABLE_HTTP */
#ifdef USE_NGHTTP3
struct h3out; /* see ngtcp2 */
* HTTP unique setup
struct HTTP {
curl_mimepart *sendit;
curl_off_t postsize; /* off_t to handle large file sizes */
const char *postdata;
const char *p_pragma; /* Pragma: string */
const char *p_accept; /* Accept: string */
/* For FORM posting */
curl_mimepart form;
struct back {
curl_read_callback fread_func; /* backup storage for fread pointer */
void *fread_in; /* backup storage for fread_in pointer */
const char *postdata;
curl_off_t postsize;
} backup;
enum {
HTTPSEND_NADA, /* init */
HTTPSEND_REQUEST, /* sending a request */
HTTPSEND_BODY, /* sending body */
HTTPSEND_LAST /* never use this */
} sending;
Curl_send_buffer *send_buffer; /* used if the request couldn't be sent in
one chunk, points to an allocated
send_buffer struct */
#ifdef USE_NGHTTP2
/*********** for HTTP/2 we store stream-local data here *************/
int32_t stream_id; /* stream we are interested in */
bool bodystarted;
/* We store non-final and final response headers here, per-stream */
Curl_send_buffer *header_recvbuf;
size_t nread_header_recvbuf; /* number of bytes in header_recvbuf fed into
upper layer */
Curl_send_buffer *trailer_recvbuf;
int status_code; /* HTTP status code */
const uint8_t *pausedata; /* pointer to data received in on_data_chunk */
size_t pauselen; /* the number of bytes left in data */
bool close_handled; /* TRUE if stream closure is handled by libcurl */
char **push_headers; /* allocated array */
size_t push_headers_used; /* number of entries filled in */
size_t push_headers_alloc; /* number of entries allocated */
#if defined(USE_NGHTTP2) || defined(USE_NGHTTP3)
bool closed; /* TRUE on HTTP2 stream close */
char *mem; /* points to a buffer in memory to store received data */
size_t len; /* size of the buffer 'mem' points to */
size_t memlen; /* size of data copied to mem */
#if defined(USE_NGHTTP2) || defined(ENABLE_QUIC)
/* fields used by both HTTP/2 and HTTP/3 */
const uint8_t *upload_mem; /* points to a buffer to read from */
size_t upload_len; /* size of the buffer 'upload_mem' points to */
curl_off_t upload_left; /* number of bytes left to upload */
/*********** for HTTP/3 we store stream-local data here *************/
int64_t stream3_id; /* stream we are interested in */
bool firstheader; /* FALSE until headers arrive */
bool firstbody; /* FALSE until body arrives */
bool h3req; /* FALSE until request is issued */
bool upload_done;
#ifdef USE_NGHTTP3
size_t unacked_window;
struct h3out *h3out; /* per-stream buffers for upload */
char *overflow_buf; /* excess data received during a single Curl_read */
size_t overflow_buflen; /* amount of data currently in overflow_buf */
size_t overflow_bufsize; /* size of the overflow_buf allocation */
#ifdef USE_NGHTTP2
/* h2 settings for this connection */
struct h2settings {
uint32_t max_concurrent_streams;
bool enable_push;
struct http_conn {
#ifdef USE_NGHTTP2
nghttp2_session *h2;
uint8_t binsettings[H2_BINSETTINGS_LEN];
size_t binlen; /* length of the binsettings data */
Curl_send *send_underlying; /* underlying send Curl_send callback */
Curl_recv *recv_underlying; /* underlying recv Curl_recv callback */
char *inbuf; /* buffer to receive data from underlying socket */
size_t inbuflen; /* number of bytes filled in inbuf */
size_t nread_inbuf; /* number of bytes read from in inbuf */
/* We need separate buffer for transmission and reception because we
may call nghttp2_session_send() after the
nghttp2_session_mem_recv() but mem buffer is still not full. In
this case, we wrongly sends the content of mem buffer if we share
them for both cases. */
int32_t pause_stream_id; /* stream ID which paused
nghttp2_session_mem_recv */
size_t drain_total; /* sum of all stream's UrlState.drain */
/* this is a hash of all individual streams (Curl_easy structs) */
struct h2settings settings;
/* list of settings that will be sent */
nghttp2_settings_entry local_settings[3];
size_t local_settings_num;
uint32_t error_code; /* HTTP/2 error code */
int unused; /* prevent a compiler warning */
CURLcode Curl_http_readwrite_headers(struct Curl_easy *data,
struct connectdata *conn,
ssize_t *nread,
bool *stop_reading);
* Curl_http_output_auth() setups the authentication headers for the
* host/proxy and the correct authentication
* method. conn->data->state.authdone is set to TRUE when authentication is
* done.
* @param conn all information about the current connection
* @param request pointer to the request keyword
* @param path pointer to the requested path
* @param proxytunnel boolean if this is the request setting up a "proxy
* tunnel"
* @returns CURLcode
Curl_http_output_auth(struct connectdata *conn,
const char *request,
const char *path,
bool proxytunnel); /* TRUE if this is the request setting
up the proxy tunnel */
#endif /* HEADER_CURL_HTTP_H */