method property can be used to get or set the HTTP request method (such as
target property can be used to get or set the request target. This typically contains a path and optionally a query string part.
Working directly with the target is usually not convenient, so there are a range of methods for accessing it. These read-only methods include:
path, which gets the path part of the target without performing any kind of decoding
path-segments, which gets a
List of the path segments (for
/foo/bar it would give a list
'foo', 'bar') and decodes any
query, which gets the query part of the target without performing any kind of decoding
query-hash, which gets a
Hash mapping keys in the query string to values; if there are multiple values for a key,
Cro::HTTP::MultiValue is returned (which inherits from
List but stringifies to the values comma separated)
query-value($key)- looks up a value in the
Cookies in a request are placed in a single
Cookie header. This is somewhat inconvenient to work with, and so Cro::HTTP::Request provides higher level methods for working with cookies also.
has-cookie($name) method checks if there is a cookie with the specified name. The name is matched case-sensitively. If there is a cookie with this name,
True is returned; otherwise,
False is returned.
cookie-value($name) method retrieves the value of the cookie with specified name, matched case-sensitively. If there is no cookie with this name,
Nil is returned.
cookie-hash method returns a
Hash mapping cookie names to cookie values. Note that mutation of the returned hash has no affect upon the Cro::HTTP::Request object.
add-cookie method has two multi candidates:
set-cookie(Cro::HTTP::Cookie) - adds or updates any existing
Cookie header line to include the cookie name and value specified in the
Cro::HTTP::Cookie instance. If there is already a cookie with that name in the
Cookie header value, it will be replaced with the new value.
add-cookie(Str $name, Str() $value) - creates a
Cro::HTTP::Cookie instance from specified name and value (to ensure they do not contain any disallowed characters), and delegate to the first
remove-cookie($name) method removes the cookie with the specified name from the
Cookie header, provided such a cookie exists. It returns
True if a cookie was actually removed, and
Str method on a Cro::HTTP::Request will serialize the request line and headers, giving the
HTTP/1.* wire representation of the message but excluding the body.