choose a variant to serve

This module provides a complete implementation of the HTTP content negotiation algorithm specified in _draft-ietf-http-v11-spec-00.ps_ chapter 12. Content negotiation allows for the selection of a preferred content representation based upon attributes of the negotiable variants and the value of the various Accept* header fields in the request. The variants are ordered by preference by calling the function choose(). The first parameter is reference to an array of the variants to choose among. Each element in this array is an array with the values [$id, $qs, $content_type, $content_encoding, $charset, $content_language, $content_length] whose meanings are described below. The $content_encoding and $content_language can be either a single scalar value or an array reference if there are several values. The second optional parameter is either a HTTP::Headers or a HTTP::Request object which is searched for "Accept*" headers. If this parameter is missing, then the accept specification is initialized from the CGI environment variables HTTP_ACCEPT, HTTP_ACCEPT_CHARSET, HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING and HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE. In an array context, choose() returns a list of [variant identifier, calculated quality, size] tuples. The values are sorted by quality, highest quality first. If the calculated quality is the same for two variants, then they are sorted by size (smallest first). _E.g._: (['var1', 1, 2000], ['var2', 0.3, 512], ['var3', 0.3, 1024]); Note that also zero quality variants are included in the return list even if these should never be served to the client. In a scalar context, it returns the identifier of the variant with the highest score or 'undef' if none have non-zero quality. If the $HTTP::Negotiate::DEBUG variable is set to TRUE, then a lot of noise is generated on STDOUT during evaluation of choose().

There is no official package available for openSUSE Leap 15.4


openSUSE Tumbleweed

openSUSE Leap 15.4

openSUSE Leap 15.2



RedHat RHEL-7

Unsupported distributions

The following distributions are not officially supported. Use these packages at your own risk.