Default MIME/RFC822 Header Parsers

/*
**	(c) COPYRIGHT MIT 1995.
**	Please first read the full copyright statement in the file COPYRIGH.
*/

The Library's MIME parser is divided into two parts: A generic MIME parser that knows how to unwrap all RFC822 headers and specialized header parsers that knows how to parse Content-Length, for example. This is the default set of the specialized MIME header parsers that can be registered as part of the generic MIME. Note that these functions are not registered by default - they must be registered by the application. This can be done using the HTMIMEInit() function in the WWWInit interface. Of course this can also be used to register new headers that are not represented below - or if you want to replace a default parser then this is also very easy.

This module is implemented by HTMIMImp.c, and it is a part of the W3C Sample Code Library.

#ifndef HTMIMIMP_H
#define HTMIMIMP_H

#include "HTReq.h"
#include "HTHeader.h"
extern HTParserCallback 
	HTMIME_accept, 
	HTMIME_acceptCharset, 
	HTMIME_acceptEncoding, 
	HTMIME_acceptLanguage, 
	HTMIME_acceptRanges, 
	HTMIME_authenticate,
	HTMIME_authenticationInfo,
	HTMIME_authorization,
	HTMIME_cacheControl,
	HTMIME_connection, 
	HTMIME_contentEncoding, 
	HTMIME_contentLength,
	HTMIME_contentRange,
	HTMIME_contentTransferEncoding, 
	HTMIME_contentType,
	HTMIME_keepAlive,
	HTMIME_link,
	HTMIME_location,
	HTMIME_maxForwards, 
	HTMIME_messageDigest,
	HTMIME_pragma,
	HTMIME_protocol,
	HTMIME_protocolInfo,
	HTMIME_protocolRequest,
	HTMIME_proxyAuthorization,
	HTMIME_proxyAuthenticationInfo,
	HTMIME_public,
	HTMIME_range,
	HTMIME_referer,
	HTMIME_retryAfter, 
	HTMIME_server, 
        HTMIME_trailer,
	HTMIME_transferEncoding,
	HTMIME_upgrade,
	HTMIME_userAgent,
	HTMIME_vary,
	HTMIME_via,
	HTMIME_warning;
#endif


@(#) $Id: HTMIMImp.html,v 2.11 1998/12/16 10:59:08 kahan Exp $