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HTTP multipart form data parser (MIME, web, event-driven)


## Multipart form data parser

Source for this project lives at [https://github.com/zorxx/multipart-parser](https://github.com/zorxx/multipart-parser)

This project was forked from the repository [https://github.com/iafonov/multipart-parser-c](https://github.com/iafonov/multipart-parser-c)

### Features
* No dependencies
* Works with chunks of a data - no need to buffer the whole request
* Almost no internal buffering. Buffer size doesn't exceed the size of the boundary (~60-70 bytes)

Tested as part of [Cosmonaut](https://github.com/iafonov/cosmonaut) HTTP server.

Implementation based on [node-formidable](https://github.com/felixge/node-formidable) by [Felix Geisendörfer](https://github.com/felixge).

Inspired by [http-parser](https://github.com/joyent/http-parser) by [Ryan Dahl](https://github.com/ry).

### Building and installing
Build, using CMake (and gnumake):
mkdir build; cd build
cmake ..
make -j`nproc`
sudo make install

Add this component to an esp-idf project with the following command:
idf.py add-dependency "zorxx/multipart-parser"

### Usage (C)
This parser library works with several callbacks, which the user may set up at application initialization time.

multipart_parser_settings callbacks;

memset(&callbacks, 0, sizeof(multipart_parser_settings));

callbacks.on_header_field = read_header_name;
callbacks.on_header_value = read_header_value;

These functions must match the signatures defined in the multipart-parser header file.  For this simple example, we'll just use two of the available callbacks to print all headers the library finds in multipart messages.

Returning a value other than 0 from the callbacks will abort message processing.

int read_header_name(multipart_parser* p, const char *at, size_t length)
   printf("%.*s: ", length, at);
   return 0;

int read_header_value(multipart_parser* p, const char *at, size_t length)
   printf("%.*s\n", length, at);
   return 0;

When a message arrives, callers must parse the multipart boundary from the **Content-Type** header (see the [RFC](http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2387#section-5.1) for more information and examples), and then execute the parser.

multipart_parser* parser = multipart_parser_init(boundary, &callbacks);
multipart_parser_execute(parser, body, length);

### Usage (C++)
In C++, when the callbacks are static member functions it may be helpful to pass the instantiated multipart consumer along as context.  The following (abbreviated) class called `MultipartConsumer` shows how to pass `this` to callback functions in order to access non-static member data.

class MultipartConsumer
    MultipartConsumer(const std::string& boundary)
        memset(&m_callbacks, 0, sizeof(multipart_parser_settings));
        m_callbacks.on_header_field = ReadHeaderName;
        m_callbacks.on_header_value = ReadHeaderValue;

        m_parser = multipart_parser_init(boundary.c_str(), &m_callbacks);
        multipart_parser_set_data(m_parser, this);


    int CountHeaders(const std::string& body)
        multipart_parser_execute(m_parser, body.c_str(), body.size());
        return m_headers;

    static int ReadHeaderName(multipart_parser* p, const char *at, size_t length)
        MultipartConsumer* me = (MultipartConsumer*)multipart_parser_get_data(p);

    multipart_parser* m_parser;
    multipart_parser_settings m_callbacks;
    int m_headers;

### Contributors
* [Daniel T. Wagner](http://www.danieltwagner.de/)
* [James McLaughlin](http://udp.github.com/)
* [Jay Miller](http://www.cryptofreak.org)

© 2012 [Igor Afonov](http://iafonov.github.com)
© 2023 [Zorxx Software](http://zorxx.com)

See `LICENSE` file in this repository for license details.


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License: MIT

To add this component to your project, run:

idf.py add-dependency "zorxx/multipart-parser^1.0.1"

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