package Future::HTTP::Tiny::Paranoid;
use strict;
use Future;
use HTTP::Tiny::Paranoid 0.07; # 0.04 had spurious CPAN tester failures
use Moo 2; # or Moo::Lax if you can't have Moo v2
use Filter::signatures;
no warnings 'experimental::signatures';
use feature 'signatures';

our $VERSION = '0.14';

extends 'Future::HTTP::Tiny';

has '+ua' => (
    is => 'lazy',
    default => sub { HTTP::Tiny::Paranoid->new( %{ $_[0]->_ua_args } ) }
);

=head1 NAME

Future::HTTP::Tiny::Paranoid - synchronous HTTP client with a Future interface

=head1 DESCRIPTION

This is the default backend. It is chosen if no supported event loop could
be detected. It will execute the requests synchronously as they are
made in C<< ->http_request >> .

=head1 Whitelist / Blacklist

You can set up the whitelist and blacklist through the global accessors:

  # Allow access to localhost
  HTTP::Tiny::Paranoid->whitelisted_hosts([ 'localhost', '127.0.0.1' ]);

  # Deny access to localhost
  HTTP::Tiny::Paranoid->blacklisted_hosts([ 'localhost', '127.0.0.1' ]);

=cut

=head1 METHODS

=head2 C<< Future::HTTP::Tiny::Paranoid->new() >>

    my $ua = Future::HTTP::Tiny::Paranoid->new();

Creates a new instance of the HTTP client.

=head2 C<< $ua->is_async() >>

Returns false, because this backend is synchronous.

=head2 C<< $ua->http_get($url, %options) >>

    $ua->http_get('http://example.com/',
        headers => {
            'Accept' => 'text/json',
        },
    )->then(sub {
        my( $body, $headers ) = @_;
        ...
    });

Retrieves the URL and returns the body and headers, like
the function in L<AnyEvent::HTTP>.

=head2 C<< $ua->http_head($url, %options) >>

    $ua->http_head('http://example.com/',
        headers => {
            'Accept' => 'text/json',
        },
    )->then(sub {
        my( $body, $headers ) = @_;
        ...
    });

Retrieves the header of the URL and returns the headers,
like the function in L<AnyEvent::HTTP>.

=head2 C<< $ua->http_post($url, $body, %options) >>

    $ua->http_post('http://example.com/api',
        '{token:"my_json_token"}',
        headers => {
            'Accept' => 'text/json',
        },
    )->then(sub {
        my( $body, $headers ) = @_;
        ...
    });

Posts the content to the URL and returns the body and headers,
like the function in L<AnyEvent::HTTP>.

=head2 C<< $ua->http_request($method, $url, %options) >>

    $ua->http_request('PUT' => 'http://example.com/api',
        headers => {
            'Accept' => 'text/json',
        },
        body    => '{token:"my_json_token"}',
    )->then(sub {
        my( $body, $headers ) = @_;
        ...
    });

Posts the content to the URL and returns the body and headers,
like the function in L<AnyEvent::HTTP>.

=head1 COMPATIBILITY

L<HTTP::Tiny> is a good backend because it is distributed with many versions
of Perl. The drawback is that not all versions of L<HTTP::Tiny> support all
features. The following features are unsupported on older versions of
L<HTTP::Tiny>:

=over 4

=item C<< ->{URL} >>

HTTP::Tiny versions before 0.018 didn't tell about 30x redirections.

=item C<< ->{redirects} >>

HTTP::Tiny versions before 0.058 didn't record the chain of redirects.

=back

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<Future>

L<AnyEvent::HTTP> for the details of the API

=head1 REPOSITORY

The public repository of this module is
L<https://github.com/Corion/future-http>.

=head1 SUPPORT

The public support forum of this module is
L<https://perlmonks.org/>.

=head1 BUG TRACKER

Please report bugs in this module via the RT CPAN bug queue at
L<https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Dist/Display.html?Name=Future-HTTP>
or via mail to L<future-http-Bugs@rt.cpan.org>.

=head1 AUTHOR

Max Maischein C<corion@cpan.org>

=head1 COPYRIGHT (c)

Copyright 2016-2020 by Max Maischein C<corion@cpan.org>.

=head1 LICENSE

This module is released under the same terms as Perl itself.

=cut

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