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       Plack::App::URLMap - Map multiple apps in different paths


         use Plack::App::URLMap;

         my $app1 = sub { ... };
         my $app2 = sub { ... };
         my $app3 = sub { ... };

         my $urlmap = Plack::App::URLMap->new;
         $urlmap->map("/" => $app1);
         $urlmap->map("/foo" => $app2);
         $urlmap->map("" => $app3);

         my $app = $urlmap->to_app;


       Plack::App::URLMap is a PSGI application that can dispatch multiple applications based on
       URL path and host names (a.k.a "virtual hosting") and takes care of rewriting
       "SCRIPT_NAME" and "PATH_INFO" (See "HOW THIS WORKS" for details). This module is inspired
       by Ruby's Rack::URLMap.


             $urlmap->map("/foo" => $app);
             $urlmap->map("" => $another_app);

           Maps URL path or an absolute URL to a PSGI application. The match order is sorted by
           host name length and then path length (longest strings first).

           URL paths need to match from the beginning and should match completely until the path
           separator (or the end of the path). For example, if you register the path "/foo", it
           will match with the request "/foo", "/foo/" or "/foo/bar" but it won't match with

           Mapping URLs with host names is also possible, and in that case the URL mapping works
           like a virtual host.

           Mappings will nest.  If $app is already mapped to "/baz" it will match a request for
           "/foo/baz" but not "/foo". See "HOW THIS WORKS" for more details.

           Alias for "map".

             my $handler = $urlmap->to_app;

           Returns the PSGI application code reference. Note that the Plack::App::URLMap object
           is callable (by overloading the code dereference), so returning the object itself as a
           PSGI application should also work.


       If you "map" (or "mount" with Plack::Builder) N applications, Plack::App::URLMap will need
       to at most iterate through N paths to match incoming requests.

       It is a good idea to use "map" only for a known, limited amount of applications, since
       mounting hundreds of applications could affect runtime request performance.


       You can set the environment variable "PLACK_URLMAP_DEBUG" to see how this application
       matches with the incoming request host names and paths.


       This application works by fixing "SCRIPT_NAME" and "PATH_INFO" before dispatching the
       incoming request to the relocated applications.

       Say you have a Wiki application that takes "/index" and "/page/*" and makes a PSGI
       application $wiki_app out of it, using one of supported web frameworks, you can put the
       whole application under "/wiki" by:

         # MyWikiApp looks at PATH_INFO and handles /index and /page/*
         my $wiki_app = sub { MyWikiApp->run(@_) };

         use Plack::App::URLMap;
         my $app = Plack::App::URLMap->new;
         $app->mount("/wiki" => $wiki_app);

       When a request comes in with "PATH_INFO" set to "/wiki/page/foo", the URLMap application
       $app strips the "/wiki" part from "PATH_INFO" and appends that to "SCRIPT_NAME".

       That way, if the $app is mounted under the root (i.e. "SCRIPT_NAME" is "") with standalone
       web servers like Starman, "SCRIPT_NAME" is now locally set to "/wiki" and "PATH_INFO" is
       changed to "/page/foo" when $wiki_app gets called.


       Tatsuhiko Miyagawa