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[REBOL] AW: Re: saving file from detach.r

From: moeller_thorsten::gmx::de at: 15-Jun-2001 12:39

Hi Mario, thanks for your immediate reply. How must the Demime-Demo.txt look like, so that demime-demo.r is running correctly, cause i get an error-message from line 45 of your demo-script. Perhaps you can provide me your Demo.txt for testing puposes. Thorsten -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- Von: [rebol-bounce--rebol--com] [mailto:[rebol-bounce--rebol--com]]Im Auftrag von Cassani Mario Gesendet: Freitag, 15. Juni 2001 11:53 An: ['rebol-list--rebol--com'] Betreff: [REBOL] Re: saving file from detach.r
> Hi, is there anybody out there who tell me how to save the > file(s) detached from a mail with detach.r. > > Thanks for your comments in advance. > Thorsten
I tried a couple of scripts to detach mime from mail but one was too slow and the other was making a mess with filenames with spaces so I changed the faster to extract the right name. Here comes the demime script along with the sample script to use it. << File: demime.r >> 8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<----- REBOL [ Title: "Import attachments into a email object field." Date: 13-June-2001 Author: "Mario Cassani" Email: [dmxcas--tin--it] File: %demime.r Purpose: { To extract the email attachments of an email object and place them as a block in a field of the object. } History: [ 13-June-2001 "Mario Cassani" { Fixed bug where filenames with spaces were cut. } 15-June-2000 "Brett Handley" { Fixed bug where content-transfer-encoding was missing. Now treats all content-types other than text and multipart as files. extract-mime-attachments skips content-type of text. Changed script name from import-attachments to manipulate-attachments. Changed filename of %none to none where filename not specified. } ] Comment: { Code borrowed heavily from %detach.r by Bohdan Lechnowsky. I'd be glad to receive any ammendments you make to my script - though I reserve the right to include them in my script in any way I see fit. Further adapted "Brett Handley" %import-attachments.r to handle the attachments filenames. } Disclaimer: { I provide this script freely for you to use so long as you agree not to hold me liable for any problems that arise in the use of this script. } Category: 'email ] multi-replace: function [str tags][ptr][ foreach [tag symbol] tags [ str: head str while [ptr: find str tag][ str: back insert (remove/part ptr (length? tag)) symbol ] ] head str ] extract-mime-parts: function [ "Extracts the separate parts of a multipart mime message." msg [object!] ][ boundary delimiter close-delimiter msg-part parse-result return-block ][ ; Get the boundary Prin "Begin multipart using boundary " boundary: msg/content-type either string? boundary [ if boundary: find/tail boundary {boundary=} [ boundary: trim/with boundary {"} ] ][ if start: find msg/content "^/--" [ boundary: copy/part next start find next start newline ] ] print [boundary] ; Get the parts return-block: make block! 2 delimiter: rejoin ["--" boundary newline] close-delimiter: rejoin ["--" boundary "--" newline] parse-result: parse msg/content [ copy prologue to delimiter some [ thru delimiter copy msg-part [to delimiter | to close-delimiter] (append return-block msg-part)] thru close-delimiter copy epilogue to end ] if not parse-result [Print "Error: Assumption failed while parsing parts."] Print ["End multipart using boundary " boundary] Print [length? return-block "part(s) found"] return-block ] get-mime-content-type: function [ msg [object!] ][type][ ; Determine the content-type. load content-type: pick parse msg/content-type none 1 ] extract-mime-multipart-msg: function [ msg [object!] /nest ][ msg-part msg-parts msg-in-part return-block nested-block ][ return-block: make block! 3 msg-parts: extract-mime-parts msg either nest [ nested-block: make block! 2 foreach msg-part msg-parts [ msg-in-part: extract-mime-contents/nest (parse-header none msg-part) if msg-in-part [ append/only nested-block msg-in-part ] ] append return-block reduce [get-mime-content-type msg none] append/only return-block nested-block ][ foreach msg-part msg-parts [ msg-in-part: extract-mime-contents (parse-header none msg-part) if msg-in-part [ append return-block msg-in-part ] ] ] return-block ] extract-mime-file: function [ msg-object [object!] ][atch content-spec filename a-file][ content-spec: parse msg-object/content-type {";} ; *** Here comes the changed code filename: find/tail msg-object/content-type {name="} if not none? filename [ head remove back tail filename a-file: to-file filename ] Print [" Part:" content-spec/1 newline " name:" filename newline] atch: copy msg-object/content while [find ["^/" " " "^-" "-"] back tail atch][remove back tail atch] if (in msg-object 'content-transfer-encoding) [ if find msg-object/content-transfer-encoding "64" [ atch: do append insert head atch "64#{" "}" ] if find msg-object/content-transfer-encoding "quoted-printable" [ atch: multi-replace atch ["=" "=" "=^/" "" "=20" " " "=0A" ^/ ] ] ] reduce [get-mime-content-type msg-object a-file atch] ] extract-mime-contents: function [ "Return a block of content-type filename data triples." msg [object!] "Email object" /nest "Preserve nested multipart message using nested blocks." ][return-block][ switch/default pick get-mime-content-type msg 1 [ multipart [ return-block: either nest [extract-mime-multipart-msg/nest msg][extract-mime-multipart-msg msg] ] ] [ return-block: extract-mime-file msg ] return-block ] ----->8----->8----->8----->8----->8----->8----->8----->8 << File: demime-demo.r >> 8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<-----8<----- REBOL [ Title: "Attachment extraction demo" Date: 13-June-2001 Author: "Mario Cassani" Email: [dmxcas--tin--it] File: %demime-demo.r Purpose: { Show how to extract attachments using %demime.r } History: [ 13-June-2001 "Mario Cassani" { First release. } ] Disclaimer: { I provide this script freely for you to use so long as you agree not to hold me liable for any problems that arise in the use of this script. } Category: 'email ] do %demime.r ; ### Test code begins here mmsg: import-email read %Demime-Demo.txt ; A serie of strings containing a mime part each one print join newline "*** extract-mime-parts" print "============================" pippo: extract-mime-parts mmsg ; A path! of the main mime/type (multipart/mixed or type/category) print join newline "*** get-mime-content-type" print "============================" probe pippo: get-mime-content-type mmsg ; A 3 by 3 serie of: mime/type(path), attachment/name(string), attachment/body(string) print join newline "*** extract-mime-multipart-msg" print "============================" pippo: extract-mime-multipart-msg mmsg ; A 3 serie of main mime/type (multipart/mixed or type/category): mime/type(path), attachment/name(string), attachment/body(string) print join newline "*** extract-mime-file" print "============================" pippo: extract-mime-file mmsg ; A serie of strings 3 by 3: mime/type, attachment/name, attachment/body print join newline "*** extract-mime-contents" print "============================" pippo: extract-mime-contents mmsg spippo: length? pippo for i 1 spippo 3 [ j: i + 1 k: j + 1 if not none? pippo/:j [ write/binary pippo/:j pippo/:k ] ] halt ----->8----->8----->8----->8----->8----->8----->8----->8 NB A %Demime-Demo.txt file with attachment is expected. Sorry for the error with the attachments. Mario