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HTTP-related types.

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Types

An error reason.

HTTP headers.

An HTTP/2-specific response to a request.

A request reference that uniquely identifies a request.

A response to a request.

The scheme to use when connecting to an HTTP server.

An HTTP status code.

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An error reason.

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headers() View Source
headers() :: [{header_name :: String.t(), header_value :: String.t()}]

HTTP headers.

Headers are sent and received as lists of two-element tuples containing two strings, the header name and header value.

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http2_response() View Source
http2_response() ::
  {:pong, request_ref()}
  | {:push_promise, request_ref(), promised_request_ref :: request_ref(),
     headers()}

An HTTP/2-specific response to a request.

This type of response is only returned on HTTP/2 connections. See response/0 for more response types.

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request_ref() View Source
request_ref() :: reference()

A request reference that uniquely identifies a request.

Responses for a request are always tagged with a request reference so that you can connect each response to the right request. Also see Mint.HTTP.request/5.

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response() View Source
response() ::
  {:status, request_ref(), status()}
  | {:headers, request_ref(), headers()}
  | {:data, request_ref(), body_chunk :: binary()}
  | {:done, request_ref()}
  | {:error, request_ref(), reason :: term()}
  | http2_response()

A response to a request.

Terms of this type are returned as responses to requests. See Mint.HTTP.stream/2 for more information.

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scheme() View Source
scheme() :: :http | :https

The scheme to use when connecting to an HTTP server.

An HTTP status code.

The type for an HTTP is a generic non-negative integer since we don't formally check that the response code is in the "common" range (200..599).