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package jwt

import (
	"encoding/base64"
	"encoding/json"
	"net/http"
	"strings"
	"time"
)

// TimeFunc provides the current time when parsing token to validate "exp" claim (expiration time).
// You can override it to use another time value.  This is useful for testing or if your
// server uses a different time zone than your tokens.
var TimeFunc = time.Now

// Parse methods use this callback function to supply
// the key for verification.  The function receives the parsed,
// but unverified Token.  This allows you to use propries in the
// Header of the token (such as `kid`) to identify which key to use.
type Keyfunc func(*Token) (interface{}, error)

// A JWT Token.  Different fields will be used depending on whether you're
// creating or parsing/verifying a token.
type Token struct {
	Raw       string                 // The raw token.  Populated when you Parse a token
	Method    SigningMethod          // The signing method used or to be used
	Header    map[string]interface{} // The first segment of the token
	Claims    map[string]interface{} // The second segment of the token
	Signature string                 // The third segment of the token.  Populated when you Parse a token
	Valid     bool                   // Is the token valid?  Populated when you Parse/Verify a token
}

// Create a new Token.  Takes a signing method
func New(method SigningMethod) *Token {
	return &Token{
		Header: map[string]interface{}{
			"typ": "JWT",
			"alg": method.Alg(),
		},
		Claims: make(map[string]interface{}),
		Method: method,
	}
}

// Get the complete, signed token
func (t *Token) SignedString(key interface{}) (string, error) {
	var sig, sstr string
	var err error
	if sstr, err = t.SigningString(); err != nil {
		return "", err
	}
	if sig, err = t.Method.Sign(sstr, key); err != nil {
		return "", err
	}
	return strings.Join([]string{sstr, sig}, "."), nil
}

// Generate the signing string.  This is the
// most expensive part of the whole deal.  Unless you
// need this for something special, just go straight for
// the SignedString.
func (t *Token) SigningString() (string, error) {
	var err error
	parts := make([]string, 2)
	for i, _ := range parts {
		var source map[string]interface{}
		if i == 0 {
			source = t.Header
		} else {
			source = t.Claims
		}

		var jsonValue []byte
		if jsonValue, err = json.Marshal(source); err != nil {
			return "", err
		}

		parts[i] = EncodeSegment(jsonValue)
	}
	return strings.Join(parts, "."), nil
}

// Parse, validate, and return a token.
// keyFunc will receive the parsed token and should return the key for validating.
// If everything is kosher, err will be nil
func Parse(tokenString string, keyFunc Keyfunc) (*Token, error) {
	return new(Parser).Parse(tokenString, keyFunc)
}

// Try to find the token in an http.Request.
// This method will call ParseMultipartForm if there's no token in the header.
// Currently, it looks in the Authorization header as well as
// looking for an 'access_token' request parameter in req.Form.
func ParseFromRequest(req *http.Request, keyFunc Keyfunc) (token *Token, err error) {

	// Look for an Authorization header
	if ah := req.Header.Get("Authorization"); ah != "" {
		// Should be a bearer token
		if len(ah) > 6 && strings.ToUpper(ah[0:7]) == "BEARER " {
			return Parse(ah[7:], keyFunc)
		}
	}

	// Look for "access_token" parameter
	req.ParseMultipartForm(10e6)
	if tokStr := req.Form.Get("access_token"); tokStr != "" {
		return Parse(tokStr, keyFunc)
	}

	return nil, ErrNoTokenInRequest

}

// Encode JWT specific base64url encoding with padding stripped
func EncodeSegment(seg []byte) string {
	return strings.TrimRight(base64.URLEncoding.EncodeToString(seg), "=")
}

// Decode JWT specific base64url encoding with padding stripped
func DecodeSegment(seg string) ([]byte, error) {
	if l := len(seg) % 4; l > 0 {
		seg += strings.Repeat("=", 4-l)
	}

	return base64.URLEncoding.DecodeString(seg)
}