MIME Multipart Stream Definition

**	(c) COPYRIGHT MIT 1995.
**	Please first read the full copyright statement in the file COPYRIGH.
This module is a part of the W3C Sample Code Library.
#ifndef HTMULPAR_H
#define HTMULPAR_H

#include "HTStream.h"
#include "HTList.h"
The MIME multipart stream is used to parse MIME multipart messages. It works a bit like a structured stream in that it has some methods to begin and end MIME body just as a structured stream has methods for beginning and ending tags.

The HTMultipart stream is a subclass of a Generic Stream Object. As always, we don't have classes in basic C so we have to do this by hand!

typedef struct _HTMultipart HTMultipart;

typedef struct _HTMultipartClass {

    char * name;

    int (*flush)	(HTMultipart *	me);

    int (*_free)	(HTMultipart *	me);

    int (*abort)	(HTMultipart *	me, HTList * errorlist);

    int (*put_character)(HTMultipart *	me, char ch);

    int (*put_string)	(HTMultipart *	me, const char * str);

    int (*put_block)	(HTMultipart *	me, const char * str, int len);
See the Generic Stream Definition for an explanation of these methods. Note that they all have a HTMultipart object a the parameter, not a generic stream. This is to avoid incompatible pointer warnings
    int (*begin_part)	(HTMultipart *	me, const char * boundary);

    int (*end_part)	(HTMultipart *	me);

    int (*preamble)	(HTMultipart *	me, const char * pre);

    int (*epilogue)	(HTMultipart *	me, const char * epi);
} HTMultipartClass;


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