{-# LANGUAGE DeriveDataTypeable #-}

-- | Primary types
module Network.WebSockets.Types
    ( Message (..)
    , ControlMessage (..)
    , DataMessage (..)
    , WebSocketsData (..)

    , ConnectionError (..)
    ) where

import Control.Exception (Exception(..))
import Data.Typeable (Typeable)

import qualified Data.Attoparsec.Enumerator as AE
import qualified Data.ByteString as B
import qualified Data.ByteString.Lazy as BL
import qualified Data.Text as T
import qualified Data.Text.Lazy as TL
import qualified Data.Text.Lazy.Encoding as TL

-- | The connection couldn't be established or broke down unexpectedly. thrown
-- as an iteratee exception.
data ConnectionError
    -- | The client sent malformed data.
    = ParseError AE.ParseError
    -- | the client closed the connection while
    -- we were trying to receive some data.
    -- todo: Also want this for sending.
    | ConnectionClosed              
    deriving (Show, Typeable)

instance Exception ConnectionError

-- | The kind of message a server application typically deals with
data Message p
    = ControlMessage (ControlMessage p)
    | DataMessage    (DataMessage p)
    deriving (Eq, Show)

-- | Different control messages
data ControlMessage p
    = Close BL.ByteString
    | Ping BL.ByteString
    | Pong BL.ByteString
    deriving (Eq, Show)

-- | For an end-user of this library, dealing with 'Frame's would be a bit
-- low-level. This is why define another type on top of it, which represents
-- data for the application layer.
data DataMessage p
    = Text BL.ByteString
    | Binary BL.ByteString
    deriving (Eq, Show)

-- | In order to have an even more high-level API, we define a typeclass for
-- values the user can receive from and send to the socket. A few warnings
-- apply:
-- * Natively, everything is represented as a 'BL.ByteString', so this is the
--   fastest instance
-- * You should only use the 'TL.Text' or the 'T.Text' instance when you are
--   sure that the data is UTF-8 encoded (which is the case for 'Text'
--   messages).
-- * Messages can be very large. If this is the case, it might be inefficient to
--   use the strict 'B.ByteString' and 'T.Text' instances.
class WebSocketsData a where
    fromLazyByteString :: BL.ByteString -> a
    toLazyByteString   :: a -> BL.ByteString

instance WebSocketsData BL.ByteString where
    fromLazyByteString = id
    toLazyByteString   = id

instance WebSocketsData B.ByteString where
    fromLazyByteString = B.concat . BL.toChunks
    toLazyByteString   = BL.fromChunks . return

instance WebSocketsData TL.Text where
    fromLazyByteString = TL.decodeUtf8
    toLazyByteString   = TL.encodeUtf8

instance WebSocketsData T.Text where
    fromLazyByteString = T.concat . TL.toChunks . fromLazyByteString
    toLazyByteString   = toLazyByteString . TL.fromChunks . return