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type t = {
  1. headers : Header.t;
    (*

    HTTP request headers

    *)
  2. meth : Method.t;
    (*

    HTTP request method

    *)
  3. scheme : string option;
    (*

    URI scheme (http or https)

    *)
  4. resource : string;
    (*

    Request path and query

    *)
  5. version : Version.t;
    (*

    HTTP version, usually 1.1

    *)
  6. encoding : Transfer.encoding;
    (*
    • deprecated this field will be removed in the future
    *)
}
val has_body : t -> [ `No | `Unknown | `Yes ]
val headers : t -> Header.t
val meth : t -> Method.t
val scheme : t -> string option
val resource : t -> string
val version : t -> Version.t
val encoding : t -> Transfer.encoding
val compare : t -> t -> int
val is_keep_alive : t -> bool

Return true whether the connection should be reused

val requires_content_length : t -> bool

requires_content_length t is true if t.meth is one of `POST, `PUT or `PATCH. Otherwise it is false.

A true value indicates that a request must include a "Content-Length" header.

See https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc7230#section-3.3.2

val content_length : t -> int option

content_length t is Some x if the "Content-Length" header in t exists and its value x is a non negative integer, x>=0

It is None if requires_content_length t = false or the value encoded in "Content-Length" is not a valid integer value, i.e >= 0.

See https://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc7230#section-3.3.2

val supports_chunked_trailers : t -> bool

supports_chunked_trailers t is true if t contains HTTP header "TE: trailers". Otherwise it is false.

val add_te_trailers : t -> t

add_te_trailers t adds HTTP headers, 'TE' and 'Connection' to indicate that a user-agent can handle HTTP chunked trailers headers.

val make : ?meth:Method.t -> ?version:Version.t -> ?headers:Header.t -> ?scheme:string -> string -> t

make resource is a value of t. The default values for the response, if not specified, are as follows: meth is `GET, version is `HTTP_1_1, headers is Header.empty and scheme is None. The request encoding value is determined via the Header.get_transfer_encoding function.

val pp : Stdlib.Format.formatter -> t -> unit