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RFC2231 defines a syntax for the
Content-Disposition headers. Its snappy name is MIME
Parameter Value and Encoded Word Extensions: Character Sets, Languages,
In short, these headers look something like this:
Content-Type: application/x-stuff; title*0*=us-ascii'en'This%20is%20even%20more%20; title*1*=%2A%2A%2Afun%2A%2A%2A%20; title*2="isn't it!"
They usually aren’t this bad, though.
The following functions are defined by this library:
Content-Type header and return a list describing its
(rfc2231-parse-string "application/x-stuff; title*0*=us-ascii'en'This%20is%20even%20more%20; title*1*=%2A%2A%2Afun%2A%2A%2A%20; title*2=\"isn't it!\"") ⇒ ("application/x-stuff" (title . "This is even more ***fun*** isn't it!"))
Takes one of the lists on the format above and returns the value of the specified attribute.
Encode a parameter in headers likes
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