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       lua-uri-pop - POP URI support for Lua URI library


       The class "uri.pop" is used for URIs with the "pop" scheme.  It inherits from the uri

       POP URIs with a non-empty path part are considered invalid.  There are also invalid if
       there is a userinfo part which has an empty POP username or an empty POP 'auth' type.

       The ';auth=' part of a POP URI is normalized so that the word 'auth' is in lowercase, and
       if the auth type is the default '*' value then it is removed altogether, leaving just the

       The default port is 110.


       All the methods defined in lua-uri(3) are supported.  The "userinfo" method will throw an
       exception if the new userinfo would form an invalid POP URI, and will normalize the auth
       type part if appropriate.  The "path" method will always return empty strings for POP
       URIs, and will throw an exception if given a new value which is not the empty string.

       The following additional methods are provided:

           Get or set the POP username, which is stored in the userinfo part of the authority.

           The return value will be nil if there is no user information in the URI, or a fully
           decoded string if there is.

           If the new value is empty, and exception is thrown.  The user can be set to nil to
           remove the userinfo part from the URI, but this will also throw an exception if there
           is an 'auth' type specified.

           Get or set the POP authentication type, which is stored in the userinfo part of the
           authority after the string ';auth='.

           The value returned is just the auth type, not the ';auth=' part, and will be fully
           decoded.  The value returned will never be nil.  If there is no auth type specified
           then the default value of '*' will be returned.

           Setting a new value of nil or the empty string will cause an exception to be thrown.


       This class is based on "RFC 2384".