Following methods are available:
$parser = Web::URL::Parser->new
Create a new parser.
$url = $parser->parse_proxy_env ($string)
Parse a string using a proxy environment variable parser. If failed,
undefis returned. Otherwise, a URL record object (Web::URL) is returned.
This method is appropriate for parsing
ftp_proxyenvironment variable value, decoded by platform-locale-dependent character encoding.
$result = $parser->split_by_urls ($string, NAME => VALUE, ...)
Extract URLs in a free-form text for autolinking.
The first argument must be the text string to be parsed.
The second and later arguments are interpretd as name/value pairs of options. If the
laxoption is specified to a true value, parsing is performed in the lax mode. A public Web application (e.g. a forum service interpreting user-posted entries) should not use the lax mode. A client application (e.g. an e-mail client displaying a plain-text mail message) should use the lax mode.
This method only extracts
https:URLs. In the lax mode,
ttps:URL schemes are also detected and are interpreted as
This method returns an array reference. It contains substrings of the input text, in order, as array references. An inner array is either a text array or a link array. A text array's 0-th item is a text string, representing a substring that is not a URL. A link array's 0-th item is a text string, representing a substring that is interpreted as a URL, and its 1-th item is a text string, which can be used as an input to the URL parser.
Example. $result = $parser->split_by_urls ("See https://example.com later!"); # $result = [ # ["See "], # ["https://example.com", "https://example.com"], # [" later!"], # ]; $result = $parser->split_by_urls ("ttps://example.com", lax => 1); # $result = [ # ["https://example.com", "ttps://example.com"], # ];
Web Transport Processing
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