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Commit a2ddcc12 authored by mattl's avatar mattl

No redirect follow on HEAD request (bump to PHP5.5 minimum requirement)

We're using the try-catch-finally clause where "finally" wasn't introduced
until PHP 5.5, so our minimum requirement for GNU social is bumped to that.
parent 82f9b690
......@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ PHP modules
The following software packages are *required* for this software to
run correctly.
- PHP 5.4+ For newer versions, some functions that are used may be
- PHP 5.5+ For newer versions, some functions that are used may be
disabled by default, such as the pcntl_* family. See the
section on 'Queues and daemons' for more information.
- MariaDB 5+ GNU Social uses, by default, a MariaDB server for data
......@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ class GNUsocial_HTTPResponse extends HTTP_Request2_Response
* This extends the PEAR HTTP_Request2 package:
* - sends StatusNet-specific User-Agent header
* - 'follow_redirects' config option, defaulting off
* - 'follow_redirects' config option, defaulting on
* - 'max_redirs' config option, defaulting to 10
* - extended response class adds getRedirectCount() and getUrl() methods
* - get() and post() convenience functions return body content directly
......@@ -205,12 +205,28 @@ class HTTPClient extends HTTP_Request2
* Convenience function to run a HEAD request.
* NOTE: Will probably turn into a GET request if you let it follow redirects!
* That option is only there to be flexible and may be removed in the future!
* @return GNUsocial_HTTPResponse
* @throws HTTP_Request2_Exception
public function head($url, $headers=array())
public function head($url, $headers=array(), $follow_redirects=false)
return $this->doRequest($url, self::METHOD_HEAD, $headers);
// Save the configured value for follow_redirects
$old_follow = $this->config['follow_redirects'];
try {
// Temporarily (possibly) override the follow_redirects setting
$this->config['follow_redirects'] = $follow_redirects;
return $this->doRequest($url, self::METHOD_HEAD, $headers);
} catch (Exception $e) {
// Let the exception go on its merry way.
throw $e;
} finally {
// reset to the old value
$this->config['follow_redirects'] = $old_follow;
//we've either returned or thrown exception here
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