[][src]Struct rocket::http::Cookie

pub struct Cookie<'c> { /* fields omitted */ }

Representation of an HTTP cookie.

Constructing a Cookie

To construct a cookie with only a name/value, use Cookie::new():

use cookie::Cookie;

let cookie = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(&cookie.to_string(), "name=value");

To construct more elaborate cookies, use Cookie::build() and [CookieBuilder] methods:

use cookie::Cookie;

let cookie = Cookie::build("name", "value")
    .domain("www.rust-lang.org")
    .path("/")
    .secure(true)
    .http_only(true)
    .finish();

Implementations

impl Cookie<'static>[src]

pub fn new<N, V>(name: N, value: V) -> Cookie<'static> where
    N: Into<Cow<'static, str>>,
    V: Into<Cow<'static, str>>, 
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Creates a new Cookie with the given name and value.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let cookie = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(cookie.name_value(), ("name", "value"));

pub fn named<N>(name: N) -> Cookie<'static> where
    N: Into<Cow<'static, str>>, 
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Creates a new Cookie with the given name and an empty value.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let cookie = Cookie::named("name");
assert_eq!(cookie.name(), "name");
assert!(cookie.value().is_empty());

pub fn build<N, V>(name: N, value: V) -> CookieBuilder where
    N: Into<Cow<'static, str>>,
    V: Into<Cow<'static, str>>, 
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Creates a new CookieBuilder instance from the given key and value strings.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::build("foo", "bar").finish();
assert_eq!(c.name_value(), ("foo", "bar"));

impl<'c> Cookie<'c>[src]

pub fn parse<S>(s: S) -> Result<Cookie<'c>, ParseError> where
    S: Into<Cow<'c, str>>, 
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Parses a Cookie from the given HTTP cookie header value string. Does not perform any percent-decoding.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::parse("foo=bar%20baz; HttpOnly").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.name_value(), ("foo", "bar%20baz"));
assert_eq!(c.http_only(), Some(true));

pub fn parse_encoded<S>(s: S) -> Result<Cookie<'c>, ParseError> where
    S: Into<Cow<'c, str>>, 
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Parses a Cookie from the given HTTP cookie header value string where the name and value fields are percent-encoded. Percent-decodes the name/value fields.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::parse_encoded("foo=bar%20baz; HttpOnly").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.name_value(), ("foo", "bar baz"));
assert_eq!(c.http_only(), Some(true));

pub fn encoded(&'a self) -> EncodedCookie<'a, 'c>[src]

Wraps self in an EncodedCookie: a cost-free wrapper around Cookie whose Display implementation percent-encodes the name and value of the wrapped Cookie.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let mut c = Cookie::new("my name", "this; value?");
assert_eq!(&c.encoded().to_string(), "my%20name=this%3B%20value%3F");

pub fn into_owned(self) -> Cookie<'static>[src]

Converts self into a Cookie with a static lifetime. This method results in at most one allocation.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::new("a", "b");
let owned_cookie = c.into_owned();
assert_eq!(owned_cookie.name_value(), ("a", "b"));

pub fn name(&self) -> &str[src]

Returns the name of self.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.name(), "name");

pub fn value(&self) -> &str[src]

Returns the value of self.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.value(), "value");

pub fn name_value(&self) -> (&str, &str)[src]

Returns the name and value of self as a tuple of (name, value).

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.name_value(), ("name", "value"));

pub fn http_only(&self) -> Option<bool>[src]

Returns whether this cookie was marked HttpOnly or not. Returns Some(true) when the cookie was explicitly set (manually or parsed) as HttpOnly, Some(false) when http_only was manually set to false, and None otherwise.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value; httponly").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.http_only(), Some(true));

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.http_only(), None);

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.http_only(), None);

// An explicitly set "false" value.
c.set_http_only(false);
assert_eq!(c.http_only(), Some(false));

// An explicitly set "true" value.
c.set_http_only(true);
assert_eq!(c.http_only(), Some(true));

pub fn secure(&self) -> Option<bool>[src]

Returns whether this cookie was marked Secure or not. Returns Some(true) when the cookie was explicitly set (manually or parsed) as Secure, Some(false) when secure was manually set to false, and None otherwise.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value; Secure").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.secure(), Some(true));

let mut c = Cookie::parse("name=value").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.secure(), None);

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.secure(), None);

// An explicitly set "false" value.
c.set_secure(false);
assert_eq!(c.secure(), Some(false));

// An explicitly set "true" value.
c.set_secure(true);
assert_eq!(c.secure(), Some(true));

pub fn same_site(&self) -> Option<SameSite>[src]

Returns the SameSite attribute of this cookie if one was specified.

Example

use cookie::{Cookie, SameSite};

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value; SameSite=Lax").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.same_site(), Some(SameSite::Lax));

pub fn max_age(&self) -> Option<Duration>[src]

Returns the specified max-age of the cookie if one was specified.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.max_age(), None);

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value; Max-Age=3600").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.max_age().map(|age| age.num_hours()), Some(1));

pub fn path(&self) -> Option<&str>[src]

Returns the Path of the cookie if one was specified.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.path(), None);

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value; Path=/").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.path(), Some("/"));

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value; path=/sub").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.path(), Some("/sub"));

pub fn domain(&self) -> Option<&str>[src]

Returns the Domain of the cookie if one was specified.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.domain(), None);

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value; Domain=crates.io").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.domain(), Some("crates.io"));

pub fn expires(&self) -> Option<Tm>[src]

Returns the Expires time of the cookie if one was specified.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let c = Cookie::parse("name=value").unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.expires(), None);

let expire_time = "Wed, 21 Oct 2017 07:28:00 GMT";
let cookie_str = format!("name=value; Expires={}", expire_time);
let c = Cookie::parse(cookie_str).unwrap();
assert_eq!(c.expires().map(|t| t.tm_year), Some(117));

pub fn set_name<N>(&mut self, name: N) where
    N: Into<Cow<'static, str>>, 
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Sets the name of self to name.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.name(), "name");

c.set_name("foo");
assert_eq!(c.name(), "foo");

pub fn set_value<V>(&mut self, value: V) where
    V: Into<Cow<'static, str>>, 
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Sets the value of self to value.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.value(), "value");

c.set_value("bar");
assert_eq!(c.value(), "bar");

pub fn set_http_only(&mut self, value: bool)[src]

Sets the value of http_only in self to value.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.http_only(), None);

c.set_http_only(true);
assert_eq!(c.http_only(), Some(true));

pub fn set_secure(&mut self, value: bool)[src]

Sets the value of secure in self to value.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.secure(), None);

c.set_secure(true);
assert_eq!(c.secure(), Some(true));

pub fn set_same_site(&mut self, value: SameSite)[src]

Sets the value of same_site in self to value.

Example

use cookie::{Cookie, SameSite};

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert!(c.same_site().is_none());

c.set_same_site(SameSite::Strict);
assert_eq!(c.same_site(), Some(SameSite::Strict));

pub fn set_max_age(&mut self, value: Duration)[src]

Sets the value of max_age in self to value.

Example

extern crate time;

use cookie::Cookie;
use time::Duration;

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.max_age(), None);

c.set_max_age(Duration::hours(10));
assert_eq!(c.max_age(), Some(Duration::hours(10)));

pub fn set_path<P>(&mut self, path: P) where
    P: Into<Cow<'static, str>>, 
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Sets the path of self to path.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.path(), None);

c.set_path("/");
assert_eq!(c.path(), Some("/"));

pub fn set_domain<D>(&mut self, domain: D) where
    D: Into<Cow<'static, str>>, 
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Sets the domain of self to domain.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.domain(), None);

c.set_domain("rust-lang.org");
assert_eq!(c.domain(), Some("rust-lang.org"));

pub fn set_expires(&mut self, time: Tm)[src]

Sets the expires field of self to time.

Example

extern crate time;

use cookie::Cookie;

let mut c = Cookie::new("name", "value");
assert_eq!(c.expires(), None);

let mut now = time::now();
now.tm_year += 1;

c.set_expires(now);
assert!(c.expires().is_some())

pub fn make_permanent(&mut self)[src]

Makes self a "permanent" cookie by extending its expiration and max age 20 years into the future.

Example

extern crate time;

use cookie::Cookie;
use time::Duration;

let mut c = Cookie::new("foo", "bar");
assert!(c.expires().is_none());
assert!(c.max_age().is_none());

c.make_permanent();
assert!(c.expires().is_some());
assert_eq!(c.max_age(), Some(Duration::days(365 * 20)));

pub fn name_raw(&self) -> Option<&'c str>[src]

Returns the name of self as a string slice of the raw string self was originally parsed from. If self was not originally parsed from a raw string, returns None.

This method differs from Cookie::name() in that it returns a string with the same lifetime as the originally parsed string. This lifetime may outlive self. If a longer lifetime is not required, or you're unsure if you need a longer lifetime, use Cookie::name().

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let cookie_string = format!("{}={}", "foo", "bar");

// `c` will be dropped at the end of the scope, but `name` will live on
let name = {
    let c = Cookie::parse(cookie_string.as_str()).unwrap();
    c.name_raw()
};

assert_eq!(name, Some("foo"));

pub fn value_raw(&self) -> Option<&'c str>[src]

Returns the value of self as a string slice of the raw string self was originally parsed from. If self was not originally parsed from a raw string, returns None.

This method differs from Cookie::value() in that it returns a string with the same lifetime as the originally parsed string. This lifetime may outlive self. If a longer lifetime is not required, or you're unsure if you need a longer lifetime, use Cookie::value().

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let cookie_string = format!("{}={}", "foo", "bar");

// `c` will be dropped at the end of the scope, but `value` will live on
let value = {
    let c = Cookie::parse(cookie_string.as_str()).unwrap();
    c.value_raw()
};

assert_eq!(value, Some("bar"));

pub fn path_raw(&self) -> Option<&'c str>[src]

Returns the Path of self as a string slice of the raw string self was originally parsed from. If self was not originally parsed from a raw string, or if self doesn't contain a Path, or if the Path has changed since parsing, returns None.

This method differs from Cookie::path() in that it returns a string with the same lifetime as the originally parsed string. This lifetime may outlive self. If a longer lifetime is not required, or you're unsure if you need a longer lifetime, use Cookie::path().

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let cookie_string = format!("{}={}; Path=/", "foo", "bar");

// `c` will be dropped at the end of the scope, but `path` will live on
let path = {
    let c = Cookie::parse(cookie_string.as_str()).unwrap();
    c.path_raw()
};

assert_eq!(path, Some("/"));

pub fn domain_raw(&self) -> Option<&'c str>[src]

Returns the Domain of self as a string slice of the raw string self was originally parsed from. If self was not originally parsed from a raw string, or if self doesn't contain a Domain, or if the Domain has changed since parsing, returns None.

This method differs from Cookie::domain() in that it returns a string with the same lifetime as the originally parsed string. This lifetime may outlive self struct. If a longer lifetime is not required, or you're unsure if you need a longer lifetime, use Cookie::domain().

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let cookie_string = format!("{}={}; Domain=crates.io", "foo", "bar");

//`c` will be dropped at the end of the scope, but `domain` will live on
let domain = {
    let c = Cookie::parse(cookie_string.as_str()).unwrap();
    c.domain_raw()
};

assert_eq!(domain, Some("crates.io"));

Trait Implementations

impl<'c> Clone for Cookie<'c>[src]

impl<'c> Debug for Cookie<'c>[src]

impl<'c> Display for Cookie<'c>[src]

fn fmt(&self, f: &mut Formatter) -> Result<(), Error>[src]

Formats the cookie self as a Set-Cookie header value.

Example

use cookie::Cookie;

let mut cookie = Cookie::build("foo", "bar")
    .path("/")
    .finish();

assert_eq!(&cookie.to_string(), "foo=bar; Path=/");

impl<'a, 'c> From<&'a Cookie<'c>> for Header<'static>

impl<'c> From<Cookie<'c>> for Header<'static>

impl FromStr for Cookie<'static>[src]

type Err = ParseError

The associated error which can be returned from parsing.

impl<'a, 'b> PartialEq<Cookie<'b>> for Cookie<'a>[src]

Auto Trait Implementations

impl<'c> RefUnwindSafe for Cookie<'c>

impl<'c> Send for Cookie<'c>

impl<'c> Sync for Cookie<'c>

impl<'c> Unpin for Cookie<'c>

impl<'c> UnwindSafe for Cookie<'c>

Blanket Implementations

impl<T> Any for T where
    T: 'static + ?Sized
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impl<T, I> AsResult<T, I> for T where
    I: Input, 

impl<T> Borrow<T> for T where
    T: ?Sized
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impl<T> BorrowMut<T> for T where
    T: ?Sized
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impl<T> From<T> for T[src]

impl<T, U> Into<U> for T where
    U: From<T>, 
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impl<T> IntoCollection<T> for T

impl<T> Same<T> for T

type Output = T

Should always be Self

impl<T> ToOwned for T where
    T: Clone
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type Owned = T

The resulting type after obtaining ownership.

impl<T> ToString for T where
    T: Display + ?Sized
[src]

impl<T, U> TryFrom<U> for T where
    U: Into<T>, 
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type Error = Infallible

The type returned in the event of a conversion error.

impl<T, U> TryInto<U> for T where
    U: TryFrom<T>, 
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type Error = <U as TryFrom<T>>::Error

The type returned in the event of a conversion error.

impl<T> Typeable for T where
    T: Any

impl<V, T> VZip<V> for T where
    V: MultiLane<T>,