Sets our main struct and passes it to the parent class.
Creates a new gstreamer.Uri object with the given URI parts. The path and query strings will be broken down into their elements. All strings should not be escaped except where indicated.
Append a path onto the end of the path in the URI. The path is not normalized, call gst_uri_normalize|gst_uri_normalize to normalize the path.
Append a single path segment onto the end of the URI path.
Compares two gstreamer.Uri objects to see if they represent the same normalized URI.
Like Uri.fromString but also joins with a base URI.
Get the fragment name from the URI or NULL if it doesn't exist. If uri is NULL then returns NULL.
Get the host name from the URI or NULL if it doesn't exist. If uri is NULL then returns NULL.
Get the media fragment table from the URI, as defined by "Media Fragments URI 1.0". Hash table returned by this API is a list of "key-value" pairs, and the each pair is generated by splitting "URI fragment" per "&" sub-delims, then "key" and "value" are split by "=" sub-delims. The "key" returned by this API may be undefined keyword by standard. A value may be NULL to indicate that the key should appear in the fragment string in the URI, but does not have a value. Free the returned glib.HashTable with g_hash_table_unref|g_hash_table_unref when it is no longer required. Modifying this hash table does not affect the fragment in the URI.
Extract the path string from the URI object.
Get a list of path segments from the URI.
Extract the path string from the URI object as a percent encoded URI path.
Get the port number from the URI or GST_URI_NO_PORT if it doesn't exist. If uri is NULL then returns GST_URI_NO_PORT.
Get a list of the query keys from the URI.
Get a percent encoded URI query string from the uri.
Get the query table from the URI. Keys and values in the table are freed with g_free when they are deleted. A value may be NULL to indicate that the key should appear in the query string in the URI, but does not have a value. Free the returned glib.HashTable with g_hash_table_unref|g_hash_table_unref when it is no longer required. Modifying this hash table will modify the query in the URI.
Get the value associated with the query_key key. Will return NULL if the key has no value or if the key does not exist in the URI query table. Because NULL is returned for both missing keys and keys with no value, you should use Uri.queryHasKey to determine if a key is present in the URI query.
Get the scheme name from the URI or NULL if it doesn't exist. If uri is NULL then returns NULL.
the main Gtk struct as a void*
Get the main Gtk struct
Get the userinfo (usually in the form "username:password") from the URI or NULL if it doesn't exist. If uri is NULL then returns NULL.
Tests the uri to see if it is normalized. A NULL uri is considered to be normalized.
Check if it is safe to write to this gstreamer.Uri
Join a reference URI onto a base URI using the method from RFC 3986. If either URI is NULL then the other URI will be returned with the ref count increased.
Make the gstreamer.Uri writable.
Like Uri.new, but joins the new URI onto a base URI.
Normalization will remove extra path segments ("." and "..") from the URI. It will also convert the scheme and host name to lower case and any percent-encoded values to uppercase.
Check if there is a query table entry for the query_key key.
Remove an entry from the query table by key.
Sets the fragment string in the URI. Use a value of NULL in fragment to unset the fragment string.
Set or unset the host for the URI.
Sets or unsets the path in the URI.
Replace the path segments list in the URI.
Sets or unsets the path in the URI.
Set or unset the port number for the URI.
Sets or unsets the query table in the URI.
Set the query table to use in the URI. The old table is unreferenced and a reference to the new one is used instead. A value if NULL for query_table will remove the query string from the URI.
This inserts or replaces a key in the query table. A query_value of NULL indicates that the key has no associated value, but will still be present in the query string.
Set or unset the scheme for the URI.
Set or unset the user information for the URI.
Convert the URI to a string.
Constructs a URI for a given valid protocol and location.
Similar to g_filename_to_uri(), but attempts to handle relative file paths as well. Before converting filename into an URI, it will be prefixed by the current working directory if it is a relative path, and then the path will be canonicalised so that it doesn't contain any './' or '../' segments.
Parses a URI string into a new gstreamer.Uri object. Will return NULL if the URI cannot be parsed.
Extracts the location out of a given valid URI, ie. the protocol and "://" are stripped from the URI, which means that the location returned includes the hostname if one is specified. The returned string must be freed using g_free().
Extracts the protocol out of a given valid URI. The returned string must be freed using g_free().
Checks if the protocol of a given valid URI matches protocol.
Tests if the given string is a valid URI identifier. URIs start with a valid scheme followed by ":" and maybe a string identifying the location.
This is a convenience function to join two URI strings and return the result. The returned string should be g_free()'d after use.
Checks if an element exists that supports the given URI protocol. Note that a positive return value does not imply that a subsequent call to Element.makeFromUri is guaranteed to work.
Tests if the given string is a valid protocol identifier. Protocols must consist of alphanumeric characters, '+', '-' and '.' and must start with a alphabetic character. See RFC 3986 Section 3.1.
the main Gtk struct