On 20/07/15 19:29, Chris Young wrote:
I finally got round to the second part of my IDNA work, which is
allowing the decoded versions of the domain names to be displayed in
the status and URL bars.
I'm afraid I don't know anything about the IDNA stuff really, and have
not time right now to look through the implementation. My comments
below are from the nsurl/core netsurf API point of view.
diff --git a/utils/nsurl.h b/utils/nsurl.h
index b84f55e..07d73f1 100644
@@ -181,6 +181,20 @@ const char *nsurl_access(const nsurl *url);
+ * Access a NetSurf URL object as a UTF-8 string (for human readable IDNA)
+ * \param url NetSurf URL to retrieve a string pointer for.
+ * \return the required string
+ * It is up to the client to free the returned string when they have
+ * finished with it.
+ * The returned string has a trailing '\0'.
+char *nsurl_access_utf8(const nsurl *url);
The nsurl_access function is purely a convenience to access an internal
string that the caller does not own.
If you make a function which passes ownership of the string to the
caller, it should be in the style of nsurl_get and return an nserror.
nserror nsurl_get_utf8(const nsurl *url, nsurl_component parts,
char **url_s, size_t *url_l);
Michael Drake http://www.netsurf-browser.org/