errorpage.h File Reference
#include "cbdata.h"
#include "comm/forward.h"
#include "error/Detail.h"
#include "error/forward.h"
#include "http/forward.h"
#include "http/StatusCode.h"
#include "ip/Address.h"
#include "log/forward.h"
#include "sbuf/SBuf.h"
#include "SquidString.h"
#include "auth/UserRequest.h"
#include <optional>
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class  ErrorState
class  TemplateFile


namespace  ErrorPage


typedef void ERCB(int fd, void *, size_t)
 error page callback More...


void errorInitialize (void)
void errorClean (void)
void errorSend (const Comm::ConnectionPointer &conn, ErrorState *err)
void errorAppendEntry (StoreEntry *entry, ErrorState *err)
err_type errorReservePageId (const char *page_name, const SBuf &cfgLocation)
 allocates a new slot for the error page More...
const char * errorPageName (int pageId)
 error ID to string More...
bool strHdrAcptLangGetItem (const String &hdr, char *lang, int langLen, size_t &pos)
std::ostream & operator<< (std::ostream &, const ErrorState *)

Typedef Documentation


typedef void ERCB(int fd, void *, size_t)

Definition at line 30 of file errorpage.h.

Function Documentation

◆ errorReservePageId()

err_type errorReservePageId ( const char *  page_name,
const SBuf cfgLocation 

Definition at line 647 of file

References ERR_MAX, ERR_NONE, ErrorDynamicPages, and errorPageId().

Referenced by AclDenyInfoList::AclDenyInfoList().

◆ operator<<()

std::ostream & operator<< ( std::ostream &  os,
const ErrorState err 

Definition at line 1528 of file

References errorPageName(), and ErrorState::page_id.

◆ strHdrAcptLangGetItem()

bool strHdrAcptLangGetItem ( const String hdr,
char *  lang,
int  langLen,
size_t pos 

Parses the Accept-Language header value and return one language item on each call. Will ignore any whitespace, q-values, and detectably invalid language codes in the header.

hdris the Accept-Language header value
langa buffer to store parsed language code in
langlenthe length of the lang buffer
posis used to store the offset state of parsing. Must be "0" on first call. Will be altered to point at the start of next field-value.
true if something looking like a language token has been placed in lang, false otherwise

Definition at line 465 of file

References debugs, String::size(), String::substr(), xisspace, and xtolower.

Referenced by Ssl::ErrorDetailsManager::findDetail(), Auth::SchemeConfig::isCP1251EncodingAllowed(), and TemplateFile::loadFor().






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