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From r...@apache.org
Subject [05/10] CXF-6046: Enhance SwaggerFeature to support JAX-RS annotations. Added initial demo skeleton.
Date Wed, 29 Oct 2014 12:39:05 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cxf/blob/5e06ba0c/distribution/src/main/release/samples/jax_rs/description_swagger/src/main/resources/swagger/lib/shred.bundle.js
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+var require = function (file, cwd) {
+    var resolved = require.resolve(file, cwd || '/');
+    var mod = require.modules[resolved];
+    if (!mod) throw new Error(
+        'Failed to resolve module ' + file + ', tried ' + resolved
+    );
+    var res = mod._cached ? mod._cached : mod();
+    return res;
+}
+
+require.paths = [];
+require.modules = {};
+require.extensions = [".js",".coffee"];
+
+require._core = {
+    'assert': true,
+    'events': true,
+    'fs': true,
+    'path': true,
+    'vm': true
+};
+
+require.resolve = (function () {
+    return function (x, cwd) {
+        if (!cwd) cwd = '/';
+        
+        if (require._core[x]) return x;
+        var path = require.modules.path();
+        var y = cwd || '.';
+        
+        if (x.match(/^(?:\.\.?\/|\/)/)) {
+            var m = loadAsFileSync(path.resolve(y, x))
+                || loadAsDirectorySync(path.resolve(y, x));
+            if (m) return m;
+        }
+        
+        var n = loadNodeModulesSync(x, y);
+        if (n) return n;
+        
+        throw new Error("Cannot find module '" + x + "'");
+        
+        function loadAsFileSync (x) {
+            if (require.modules[x]) {
+                return x;
+            }
+            
+            for (var i = 0; i < require.extensions.length; i++) {
+                var ext = require.extensions[i];
+                if (require.modules[x + ext]) return x + ext;
+            }
+        }
+        
+        function loadAsDirectorySync (x) {
+            x = x.replace(/\/+$/, '');
+            var pkgfile = x + '/package.json';
+            if (require.modules[pkgfile]) {
+                var pkg = require.modules[pkgfile]();
+                var b = pkg.browserify;
+                if (typeof b === 'object' && b.main) {
+                    var m = loadAsFileSync(path.resolve(x, b.main));
+                    if (m) return m;
+                }
+                else if (typeof b === 'string') {
+                    var m = loadAsFileSync(path.resolve(x, b));
+                    if (m) return m;
+                }
+                else if (pkg.main) {
+                    var m = loadAsFileSync(path.resolve(x, pkg.main));
+                    if (m) return m;
+                }
+            }
+            
+            return loadAsFileSync(x + '/index');
+        }
+        
+        function loadNodeModulesSync (x, start) {
+            var dirs = nodeModulesPathsSync(start);
+            for (var i = 0; i < dirs.length; i++) {
+                var dir = dirs[i];
+                var m = loadAsFileSync(dir + '/' + x);
+                if (m) return m;
+                var n = loadAsDirectorySync(dir + '/' + x);
+                if (n) return n;
+            }
+            
+            var m = loadAsFileSync(x);
+            if (m) return m;
+        }
+        
+        function nodeModulesPathsSync (start) {
+            var parts;
+            if (start === '/') parts = [ '' ];
+            else parts = path.normalize(start).split('/');
+            
+            var dirs = [];
+            for (var i = parts.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
+                if (parts[i] === 'node_modules') continue;
+                var dir = parts.slice(0, i + 1).join('/') + '/node_modules';
+                dirs.push(dir);
+            }
+            
+            return dirs;
+        }
+    };
+})();
+
+require.alias = function (from, to) {
+    var path = require.modules.path();
+    var res = null;
+    try {
+        res = require.resolve(from + '/package.json', '/');
+    }
+    catch (err) {
+        res = require.resolve(from, '/');
+    }
+    var basedir = path.dirname(res);
+    
+    var keys = (Object.keys || function (obj) {
+        var res = [];
+        for (var key in obj) res.push(key)
+        return res;
+    })(require.modules);
+    
+    for (var i = 0; i < keys.length; i++) {
+        var key = keys[i];
+        if (key.slice(0, basedir.length + 1) === basedir + '/') {
+            var f = key.slice(basedir.length);
+            require.modules[to + f] = require.modules[basedir + f];
+        }
+        else if (key === basedir) {
+            require.modules[to] = require.modules[basedir];
+        }
+    }
+};
+
+require.define = function (filename, fn) {
+    var dirname = require._core[filename]
+        ? ''
+        : require.modules.path().dirname(filename)
+    ;
+    
+    var require_ = function (file) {
+        return require(file, dirname)
+    };
+    require_.resolve = function (name) {
+        return require.resolve(name, dirname);
+    };
+    require_.modules = require.modules;
+    require_.define = require.define;
+    var module_ = { exports : {} };
+    
+    require.modules[filename] = function () {
+        require.modules[filename]._cached = module_.exports;
+        fn.call(
+            module_.exports,
+            require_,
+            module_,
+            module_.exports,
+            dirname,
+            filename
+        );
+        require.modules[filename]._cached = module_.exports;
+        return module_.exports;
+    };
+};
+
+if (typeof process === 'undefined') process = {};
+
+if (!process.nextTick) process.nextTick = (function () {
+    var queue = [];
+    var canPost = typeof window !== 'undefined'
+        && window.postMessage && window.addEventListener
+    ;
+    
+    if (canPost) {
+        window.addEventListener('message', function (ev) {
+            if (ev.source === window && ev.data === 'browserify-tick') {
+                ev.stopPropagation();
+                if (queue.length > 0) {
+                    var fn = queue.shift();
+                    fn();
+                }
+            }
+        }, true);
+    }
+    
+    return function (fn) {
+        if (canPost) {
+            queue.push(fn);
+            window.postMessage('browserify-tick', '*');
+        }
+        else setTimeout(fn, 0);
+    };
+})();
+
+if (!process.title) process.title = 'browser';
+
+if (!process.binding) process.binding = function (name) {
+    if (name === 'evals') return require('vm')
+    else throw new Error('No such module')
+};
+
+if (!process.cwd) process.cwd = function () { return '.' };
+
+require.define("path", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    function filter (xs, fn) {
+    var res = [];
+    for (var i = 0; i < xs.length; i++) {
+        if (fn(xs[i], i, xs)) res.push(xs[i]);
+    }
+    return res;
+}
+
+// resolves . and .. elements in a path array with directory names there
+// must be no slashes, empty elements, or device names (c:\) in the array
+// (so also no leading and trailing slashes - it does not distinguish
+// relative and absolute paths)
+function normalizeArray(parts, allowAboveRoot) {
+  // if the path tries to go above the root, `up` ends up > 0
+  var up = 0;
+  for (var i = parts.length; i >= 0; i--) {
+    var last = parts[i];
+    if (last == '.') {
+      parts.splice(i, 1);
+    } else if (last === '..') {
+      parts.splice(i, 1);
+      up++;
+    } else if (up) {
+      parts.splice(i, 1);
+      up--;
+    }
+  }
+
+  // if the path is allowed to go above the root, restore leading ..s
+  if (allowAboveRoot) {
+    for (; up--; up) {
+      parts.unshift('..');
+    }
+  }
+
+  return parts;
+}
+
+// Regex to split a filename into [*, dir, basename, ext]
+// posix version
+var splitPathRe = /^(.+\/(?!$)|\/)?((?:.+?)?(\.[^.]*)?)$/;
+
+// path.resolve([from ...], to)
+// posix version
+exports.resolve = function() {
+var resolvedPath = '',
+    resolvedAbsolute = false;
+
+for (var i = arguments.length; i >= -1 && !resolvedAbsolute; i--) {
+  var path = (i >= 0)
+      ? arguments[i]
+      : process.cwd();
+
+  // Skip empty and invalid entries
+  if (typeof path !== 'string' || !path) {
+    continue;
+  }
+
+  resolvedPath = path + '/' + resolvedPath;
+  resolvedAbsolute = path.charAt(0) === '/';
+}
+
+// At this point the path should be resolved to a full absolute path, but
+// handle relative paths to be safe (might happen when process.cwd() fails)
+
+// Normalize the path
+resolvedPath = normalizeArray(filter(resolvedPath.split('/'), function(p) {
+    return !!p;
+  }), !resolvedAbsolute).join('/');
+
+  return ((resolvedAbsolute ? '/' : '') + resolvedPath) || '.';
+};
+
+// path.normalize(path)
+// posix version
+exports.normalize = function(path) {
+var isAbsolute = path.charAt(0) === '/',
+    trailingSlash = path.slice(-1) === '/';
+
+// Normalize the path
+path = normalizeArray(filter(path.split('/'), function(p) {
+    return !!p;
+  }), !isAbsolute).join('/');
+
+  if (!path && !isAbsolute) {
+    path = '.';
+  }
+  if (path && trailingSlash) {
+    path += '/';
+  }
+  
+  return (isAbsolute ? '/' : '') + path;
+};
+
+
+// posix version
+exports.join = function() {
+  var paths = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 0);
+  return exports.normalize(filter(paths, function(p, index) {
+    return p && typeof p === 'string';
+  }).join('/'));
+};
+
+
+exports.dirname = function(path) {
+  var dir = splitPathRe.exec(path)[1] || '';
+  var isWindows = false;
+  if (!dir) {
+    // No dirname
+    return '.';
+  } else if (dir.length === 1 ||
+      (isWindows && dir.length <= 3 && dir.charAt(1) === ':')) {
+    // It is just a slash or a drive letter with a slash
+    return dir;
+  } else {
+    // It is a full dirname, strip trailing slash
+    return dir.substring(0, dir.length - 1);
+  }
+};
+
+
+exports.basename = function(path, ext) {
+  var f = splitPathRe.exec(path)[2] || '';
+  // TODO: make this comparison case-insensitive on windows?
+  if (ext && f.substr(-1 * ext.length) === ext) {
+    f = f.substr(0, f.length - ext.length);
+  }
+  return f;
+};
+
+
+exports.extname = function(path) {
+  return splitPathRe.exec(path)[3] || '';
+};
+
+});
+
+require.define("/shred.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // Shred is an HTTP client library intended to simplify the use of Node's
+// built-in HTTP library. In particular, we wanted to make it easier to interact
+// with HTTP-based APIs.
+// 
+// See the [examples](./examples.html) for more details.
+
+// Ax is a nice logging library we wrote. You can use any logger, providing it
+// has `info`, `warn`, `debug`, and `error` methods that take a string.
+var Ax = require("ax")
+  , CookieJarLib = require( "cookiejar" )
+  , CookieJar = CookieJarLib.CookieJar
+;
+
+// Shred takes some options, including a logger and request defaults.
+
+var Shred = function(options) {
+  options = (options||{});
+  this.agent = options.agent;
+  this.defaults = options.defaults||{};
+  this.log = options.logger||(new Ax({ level: "info" }));
+  this._sharedCookieJar = new CookieJar();
+  this.logCurl = options.logCurl || false;
+};
+
+// Most of the real work is done in the request and reponse classes.
+ 
+Shred.Request = require("./shred/request");
+Shred.Response = require("./shred/response");
+
+// The `request` method kicks off a new request, instantiating a new `Request`
+// object and passing along whatever default options we were given.
+
+Shred.prototype = {
+  request: function(options) {
+    options.logger = this.log;
+    options.logCurl = options.logCurl || this.logCurl;
+    options.cookieJar = ( 'cookieJar' in options ) ? options.cookieJar : this._sharedCookieJar; // let them set cookieJar = null
+    options.agent = options.agent || this.agent;
+    // fill in default options
+    for (var key in this.defaults) {
+      if (this.defaults.hasOwnProperty(key) && !options[key]) {
+        options[key] = this.defaults[key]
+      }
+    }
+    return new Shred.Request(options);
+  }
+};
+
+// Define a bunch of convenience methods so that you don't have to include
+// a `method` property in your request options.
+
+"get put post delete".split(" ").forEach(function(method) {
+  Shred.prototype[method] = function(options) {
+    options.method = method;
+    return this.request(options);
+  };
+});
+
+
+module.exports = Shred;
+
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/ax/package.json", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    module.exports = {"main":"./lib/ax.js"}
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/ax/lib/ax.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    var inspect = require("util").inspect
+  , fs = require("fs")
+;
+
+
+// this is a quick-and-dirty logger. there are other nicer loggers out there
+// but the ones i found were also somewhat involved. this one has a Ruby
+// logger type interface
+//
+// we can easily replace this, provide the info, debug, etc. methods are the
+// same. or, we can change Haiku to use a more standard node.js interface
+
+var format = function(level,message) {
+  var debug = (level=="debug"||level=="error");
+  if (!message) { return message.toString(); }
+  if (typeof(message) == "object") {
+    if (message instanceof Error && debug) {
+      return message.stack;
+    } else {
+      return inspect(message);
+    }
+  } else {
+    return message.toString();
+  }
+};
+
+var noOp = function(message) { return this; }
+var makeLogger = function(level,fn) {
+  return function(message) { 
+    this.stream.write(this.format(level, message)+"\n");
+    return this;
+  }
+};
+
+var Logger = function(options) {
+  var logger = this;
+  var options = options||{};
+
+  // Default options
+  options.level = options.level || "info";
+  options.timestamp = options.timestamp || true;
+  options.prefix = options.prefix || "";
+  logger.options = options;
+
+  // Allows a prefix to be added to the message.
+  //
+  //    var logger = new Ax({ module: 'Haiku' })
+  //    logger.warn('this is going to be awesome!');
+  //    //=> Haiku: this is going to be awesome!
+  //
+  if (logger.options.module){
+    logger.options.prefix = logger.options.module;
+  }
+
+  // Write to stderr or a file
+  if (logger.options.file){
+    logger.stream = fs.createWriteStream(logger.options.file, {"flags": "a"});
+  } else {
+      if(process.title === "node")
+    logger.stream = process.stderr;
+      else if(process.title === "browser")
+    logger.stream = function () {
+      // Work around weird console context issue: http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=48662
+      return console[logger.options.level].apply(console, arguments);
+    };
+  }
+
+  switch(logger.options.level){
+    case 'debug':
+      ['debug', 'info', 'warn'].forEach(function (level) {
+        logger[level] = Logger.writer(level);
+      });
+    case 'info':
+      ['info', 'warn'].forEach(function (level) {
+        logger[level] = Logger.writer(level);
+      });
+    case 'warn':
+      logger.warn = Logger.writer('warn');
+  }
+}
+
+// Used to define logger methods
+Logger.writer = function(level){
+  return function(message){
+    var logger = this;
+
+    if(process.title === "node")
+  logger.stream.write(logger.format(level, message) + '\n');
+    else if(process.title === "browser")
+  logger.stream(logger.format(level, message) + '\n');
+
+  };
+}
+
+
+Logger.prototype = {
+  info: function(){},
+  debug: function(){},
+  warn: function(){},
+  error: Logger.writer('error'),
+  format: function(level, message){
+    if (! message) return '';
+
+    var logger = this
+      , prefix = logger.options.prefix
+      , timestamp = logger.options.timestamp ? " " + (new Date().toISOString()) : ""
+    ;
+
+    return (prefix + timestamp + ": " + message);
+  }
+};
+
+module.exports = Logger;
+
+});
+
+require.define("util", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // todo
+
+});
+
+require.define("fs", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // nothing to see here... no file methods for the browser
+
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/cookiejar/package.json", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    module.exports = {"main":"cookiejar.js"}
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/cookiejar/cookiejar.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    exports.CookieAccessInfo=CookieAccessInfo=function CookieAccessInfo(domain,path,secure,script) {
+    if(this instanceof CookieAccessInfo) {
+      this.domain=domain||undefined;
+      this.path=path||"/";
+      this.secure=!!secure;
+      this.script=!!script;
+      return this;
+    }
+    else {
+        return new CookieAccessInfo(domain,path,secure,script)    
+    }
+}
+
+exports.Cookie=Cookie=function Cookie(cookiestr) {
+  if(cookiestr instanceof Cookie) {
+    return cookiestr;
+  }
+    else {
+        if(this instanceof Cookie) {
+          this.name = null;
+          this.value = null;
+          this.expiration_date = Infinity;
+          this.path = "/";
+          this.domain = null;
+          this.secure = false; //how to define?
+          this.noscript = false; //httponly
+          if(cookiestr) {
+            this.parse(cookiestr)
+          }
+          return this;
+        }
+        return new Cookie(cookiestr)
+    }
+}
+
+Cookie.prototype.toString = function toString() {
+  var str=[this.name+"="+this.value];
+  if(this.expiration_date !== Infinity) {
+    str.push("expires="+(new Date(this.expiration_date)).toGMTString());
+  }
+  if(this.domain) {
+    str.push("domain="+this.domain);
+  }
+  if(this.path) {
+    str.push("path="+this.path);
+  }
+  if(this.secure) {
+    str.push("secure");
+  }
+  if(this.noscript) {
+    str.push("httponly");
+  }
+  return str.join("; ");
+}
+
+Cookie.prototype.toValueString = function toValueString() {
+  return this.name+"="+this.value;
+}
+
+var cookie_str_splitter=/[:](?=\s*[a-zA-Z0-9_\-]+\s*[=])/g
+Cookie.prototype.parse = function parse(str) {
+  if(this instanceof Cookie) {
+      var parts=str.split(";")
+      , pair=parts[0].match(/([^=]+)=((?:.|\n)*)/)
+      , key=pair[1]
+      , value=pair[2];
+      this.name = key;
+      this.value = value;
+    
+      for(var i=1;i<parts.length;i++) {
+        pair=parts[i].match(/([^=]+)(?:=((?:.|\n)*))?/)
+        , key=pair[1].trim().toLowerCase()
+        , value=pair[2];
+        switch(key) {
+          case "httponly":
+            this.noscript = true;
+          break;
+          case "expires":
+            this.expiration_date = value
+              ? Number(Date.parse(value))
+              : Infinity;
+          break;
+          case "path":
+            this.path = value
+              ? value.trim()
+              : "";
+          break;
+          case "domain":
+            this.domain = value
+              ? value.trim()
+              : "";
+          break;
+          case "secure":
+            this.secure = true;
+          break
+        }
+      }
+    
+      return this;
+  }
+    return new Cookie().parse(str)
+}
+
+Cookie.prototype.matches = function matches(access_info) {
+  if(this.noscript && access_info.script
+  || this.secure && !access_info.secure
+  || !this.collidesWith(access_info)) {
+    return false
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+Cookie.prototype.collidesWith = function collidesWith(access_info) {
+  if((this.path && !access_info.path) || (this.domain && !access_info.domain)) {
+    return false
+  }
+  if(this.path && access_info.path.indexOf(this.path) !== 0) {
+    return false;
+  }
+  if (this.domain===access_info.domain) {
+    return true;
+  }
+  else if(this.domain && this.domain.charAt(0)===".")
+  {
+    var wildcard=access_info.domain.indexOf(this.domain.slice(1))
+    if(wildcard===-1 || wildcard!==access_info.domain.length-this.domain.length+1) {
+      return false;
+    }
+  }
+  else if(this.domain){
+    return false
+  }
+  return true;
+}
+
+exports.CookieJar=CookieJar=function CookieJar() {
+  if(this instanceof CookieJar) {
+      var cookies = {} //name: [Cookie]
+    
+      this.setCookie = function setCookie(cookie) {
+        cookie = Cookie(cookie);
+        //Delete the cookie if the set is past the current time
+        var remove = cookie.expiration_date <= Date.now();
+        if(cookie.name in cookies) {
+          var cookies_list = cookies[cookie.name];
+          for(var i=0;i<cookies_list.length;i++) {
+            var collidable_cookie = cookies_list[i];
+            if(collidable_cookie.collidesWith(cookie)) {
+              if(remove) {
+                cookies_list.splice(i,1);
+                if(cookies_list.length===0) {
+                  delete cookies[cookie.name]
+                }
+                return false;
+              }
+              else {
+                return cookies_list[i]=cookie;
+              }
+            }
+          }
+          if(remove) {
+            return false;
+          }
+          cookies_list.push(cookie);
+          return cookie;
+        }
+        else if(remove){
+          return false;
+        }
+        else {
+          return cookies[cookie.name]=[cookie];
+        }
+      }
+      //returns a cookie
+      this.getCookie = function getCookie(cookie_name,access_info) {
+        var cookies_list = cookies[cookie_name];
+        for(var i=0;i<cookies_list.length;i++) {
+          var cookie = cookies_list[i];
+          if(cookie.expiration_date <= Date.now()) {
+            if(cookies_list.length===0) {
+              delete cookies[cookie.name]
+            }
+            continue;
+          }
+          if(cookie.matches(access_info)) {
+            return cookie;
+          }
+        }
+      }
+      //returns a list of cookies
+      this.getCookies = function getCookies(access_info) {
+        var matches=[];
+        for(var cookie_name in cookies) {
+          var cookie=this.getCookie(cookie_name,access_info);
+          if (cookie) {
+            matches.push(cookie);
+          }
+        }
+        matches.toString=function toString(){return matches.join(":");}
+            matches.toValueString=function() {return matches.map(function(c){return c.toValueString();}).join(';');}
+        return matches;
+      }
+    
+      return this;
+  }
+    return new CookieJar()
+}
+
+
+//returns list of cookies that were set correctly
+CookieJar.prototype.setCookies = function setCookies(cookies) {
+  cookies=Array.isArray(cookies)
+    ?cookies
+    :cookies.split(cookie_str_splitter);
+  var successful=[]
+  for(var i=0;i<cookies.length;i++) {
+    var cookie = Cookie(cookies[i]);
+    if(this.setCookie(cookie)) {
+      successful.push(cookie);
+    }
+  }
+  return successful;
+}
+
+});
+
+require.define("/shred/request.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // The request object encapsulates a request, creating a Node.js HTTP request and
+// then handling the response.
+
+var HTTP = require("http")
+  , HTTPS = require("https")
+  , parseUri = require("./parseUri")
+  , Emitter = require('events').EventEmitter
+  , sprintf = require("sprintf").sprintf
+  , Response = require("./response")
+  , HeaderMixins = require("./mixins/headers")
+  , Content = require("./content")
+;
+
+var STATUS_CODES = HTTP.STATUS_CODES || {
+    100 : 'Continue',
+    101 : 'Switching Protocols',
+    102 : 'Processing', // RFC 2518, obsoleted by RFC 4918
+    200 : 'OK',
+    201 : 'Created',
+    202 : 'Accepted',
+    203 : 'Non-Authoritative Information',
+    204 : 'No Content',
+    205 : 'Reset Content',
+    206 : 'Partial Content',
+    207 : 'Multi-Status', // RFC 4918
+    300 : 'Multiple Choices',
+    301 : 'Moved Permanently',
+    302 : 'Moved Temporarily',
+    303 : 'See Other',
+    304 : 'Not Modified',
+    305 : 'Use Proxy',
+    307 : 'Temporary Redirect',
+    400 : 'Bad Request',
+    401 : 'Unauthorized',
+    402 : 'Payment Required',
+    403 : 'Forbidden',
+    404 : 'Not Found',
+    405 : 'Method Not Allowed',
+    406 : 'Not Acceptable',
+    407 : 'Proxy Authentication Required',
+    408 : 'Request Time-out',
+    409 : 'Conflict',
+    410 : 'Gone',
+    411 : 'Length Required',
+    412 : 'Precondition Failed',
+    413 : 'Request Entity Too Large',
+    414 : 'Request-URI Too Large',
+    415 : 'Unsupported Media Type',
+    416 : 'Requested Range Not Satisfiable',
+    417 : 'Expectation Failed',
+    418 : 'I\'m a teapot', // RFC 2324
+    422 : 'Unprocessable Entity', // RFC 4918
+    423 : 'Locked', // RFC 4918
+    424 : 'Failed Dependency', // RFC 4918
+    425 : 'Unordered Collection', // RFC 4918
+    426 : 'Upgrade Required', // RFC 2817
+    500 : 'Internal Server Error',
+    501 : 'Not Implemented',
+    502 : 'Bad Gateway',
+    503 : 'Service Unavailable',
+    504 : 'Gateway Time-out',
+    505 : 'HTTP Version not supported',
+    506 : 'Variant Also Negotiates', // RFC 2295
+    507 : 'Insufficient Storage', // RFC 4918
+    509 : 'Bandwidth Limit Exceeded',
+    510 : 'Not Extended' // RFC 2774
+};
+
+// The Shred object itself constructs the `Request` object. You should rarely
+// need to do this directly.
+
+var Request = function(options) {
+  this.log = options.logger;
+  this.cookieJar = options.cookieJar;
+  this.encoding = options.encoding;
+  this.logCurl = options.logCurl;
+  processOptions(this,options||{});
+  createRequest(this);
+};
+
+// A `Request` has a number of properties, many of which help with details like
+// URL parsing or defaulting the port for the request.
+
+Object.defineProperties(Request.prototype, {
+
+// - **url**. You can set the `url` property with a valid URL string and all the
+//   URL-related properties (host, port, etc.) will be automatically set on the
+//   request object.
+
+  url: {
+    get: function() {
+      if (!this.scheme) { return null; }
+      return sprintf("%s://%s:%s%s",
+          this.scheme, this.host, this.port,
+          (this.proxy ? "/" : this.path) +
+          (this.query ? ("?" + this.query) : ""));
+    },
+    set: function(_url) {
+      _url = parseUri(_url);
+      this.scheme = _url.protocol;
+      this.host = _url.host;
+      this.port = _url.port;
+      this.path = _url.path;
+      this.query = _url.query;
+      return this;
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **headers**. Returns a hash representing the request headers. You can't set
+//   this directly, only get it. You can add or modify headers by using the
+//   `setHeader` or `setHeaders` method. This ensures that the headers are
+//   normalized - that is, you don't accidentally send `Content-Type` and
+//   `content-type` headers. Keep in mind that if you modify the returned hash,
+//   it will *not* modify the request headers.
+
+  headers: {
+    get: function() {
+      return this.getHeaders();
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **port**. Unless you set the `port` explicitly or include it in the URL, it
+//   will default based on the scheme.
+
+  port: {
+    get: function() {
+      if (!this._port) {
+        switch(this.scheme) {
+          case "https": return this._port = 443;
+          case "http":
+          default: return this._port = 80;
+        }
+      }
+      return this._port;
+    },
+    set: function(value) { this._port = value; return this; },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **method**. The request method - `get`, `put`, `post`, etc. that will be
+//   used to make the request. Defaults to `get`.
+
+  method: {
+    get: function() {
+      return this._method = (this._method||"GET");
+    },
+    set: function(value) {
+      this._method = value; return this;
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **query**. Can be set either with a query string or a hash (object). Get
+//   will always return a properly escaped query string or null if there is no
+//   query component for the request.
+
+  query: {
+    get: function() {return this._query;},
+    set: function(value) {
+      var stringify = function (hash) {
+        var query = "";
+        for (var key in hash) {
+          query += encodeURIComponent(key) + '=' + encodeURIComponent(hash[key]) + '&';
+        }
+        // Remove the last '&'
+        query = query.slice(0, -1);
+        return query;
+      }
+
+      if (value) {
+        if (typeof value === 'object') {
+          value = stringify(value);
+        }
+        this._query = value;
+      } else {
+        this._query = "";
+      }
+      return this;
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **parameters**. This will return the query parameters in the form of a hash
+//   (object).
+
+  parameters: {
+    get: function() { return QueryString.parse(this._query||""); },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **content**. (Aliased as `body`.) Set this to add a content entity to the
+//   request. Attempts to use the `content-type` header to determine what to do
+//   with the content value. Get this to get back a [`Content`
+//   object](./content.html).
+
+  body: {
+    get: function() { return this._body; },
+    set: function(value) {
+      this._body = new Content({
+        data: value,
+        type: this.getHeader("Content-Type")
+      });
+      this.setHeader("Content-Type",this.content.type);
+      this.setHeader("Content-Length",this.content.length);
+      return this;
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **timeout**. Used to determine how long to wait for a response. Does not
+//   distinguish between connect timeouts versus request timeouts. Set either in
+//   milliseconds or with an object with temporal attributes (hours, minutes,
+//   seconds) and convert it into milliseconds. Get will always return
+//   milliseconds.
+
+  timeout: {
+    get: function() { return this._timeout; }, // in milliseconds
+    set: function(timeout) {
+      var request = this
+        , milliseconds = 0;
+      ;
+      if (!timeout) return this;
+      if (typeof timeout==="number") { milliseconds = timeout; }
+      else {
+        milliseconds = (timeout.milliseconds||0) +
+          (1000 * ((timeout.seconds||0) +
+              (60 * ((timeout.minutes||0) +
+                (60 * (timeout.hours||0))))));
+      }
+      this._timeout = milliseconds;
+      return this;
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  }
+});
+
+// Alias `body` property to `content`. Since the [content object](./content.html)
+// has a `body` attribute, it's preferable to use `content` since you can then
+// access the raw content data using `content.body`.
+
+Object.defineProperty(Request.prototype,"content",
+    Object.getOwnPropertyDescriptor(Request.prototype, "body"));
+
+// The `Request` object can be pretty overwhelming to view using the built-in
+// Node.js inspect method. We want to make it a bit more manageable. This
+// probably goes [too far in the other
+// direction](https://github.com/spire-io/shred/issues/2).
+
+Request.prototype.inspect = function () {
+  var request = this;
+  var headers = this.format_headers();
+  var summary = ["<Shred Request> ", request.method.toUpperCase(),
+      request.url].join(" ")
+  return [ summary, "- Headers:", headers].join("\n");
+};
+
+Request.prototype.format_headers = function () {
+  var array = []
+  var headers = this._headers
+  for (var key in headers) {
+    if (headers.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
+      var value = headers[key]
+      array.push("\t" + key + ": " + value);
+    }
+  }
+  return array.join("\n");
+};
+
+// Allow chainable 'on's:  shred.get({ ... }).on( ... ).  You can pass in a
+// single function, a pair (event, function), or a hash:
+// { event: function, event: function }
+Request.prototype.on = function (eventOrHash, listener) {
+  var emitter = this.emitter;
+  // Pass in a single argument as a function then make it the default response handler
+  if (arguments.length === 1 && typeof(eventOrHash) === 'function') {
+    emitter.on('response', eventOrHash);
+  } else if (arguments.length === 1 && typeof(eventOrHash) === 'object') {
+    for (var key in eventOrHash) {
+      if (eventOrHash.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
+        emitter.on(key, eventOrHash[key]);
+      }
+    }
+  } else {
+    emitter.on(eventOrHash, listener);
+  }
+  return this;
+};
+
+// Add in the header methods. Again, these ensure we don't get the same header
+// multiple times with different case conventions.
+HeaderMixins.gettersAndSetters(Request);
+
+// `processOptions` is called from the constructor to handle all the work
+// associated with making sure we do our best to ensure we have a valid request.
+
+var processOptions = function(request,options) {
+
+  request.log.debug("Processing request options ..");
+
+  // We'll use `request.emitter` to manage the `on` event handlers.
+  request.emitter = (new Emitter);
+
+  request.agent = options.agent;
+
+  // Set up the handlers ...
+  if (options.on) {
+    for (var key in options.on) {
+      if (options.on.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
+        request.emitter.on(key, options.on[key]);
+      }
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Make sure we were give a URL or a host
+  if (!options.url && !options.host) {
+    request.emitter.emit("request_error",
+        new Error("No url or url options (host, port, etc.)"));
+    return;
+  }
+
+  // Allow for the [use of a proxy](http://www.jmarshall.com/easy/http/#proxies).
+
+  if (options.url) {
+    if (options.proxy) {
+      request.url = options.proxy;
+      request.path = options.url;
+    } else {
+      request.url = options.url;
+    }
+  }
+
+  // Set the remaining options.
+  request.query = options.query||options.parameters||request.query ;
+  request.method = options.method;
+  request.setHeader("user-agent",options.agent||"Shred");
+  request.setHeaders(options.headers);
+
+  if (request.cookieJar) {
+    var cookies = request.cookieJar.getCookies( CookieAccessInfo( request.host, request.path ) );
+    if (cookies.length) {
+      var cookieString = request.getHeader('cookie')||'';
+      for (var cookieIndex = 0; cookieIndex < cookies.length; ++cookieIndex) {
+          if ( cookieString.length && cookieString[ cookieString.length - 1 ] != ';' )
+          {
+              cookieString += ';';
+          }
+          cookieString += cookies[ cookieIndex ].name + '=' + cookies[ cookieIndex ].value + ';';
+      }
+      request.setHeader("cookie", cookieString);
+    }
+  }
+  
+  // The content entity can be set either using the `body` or `content` attributes.
+  if (options.body||options.content) {
+    request.content = options.body||options.content;
+  }
+  request.timeout = options.timeout;
+
+};
+
+// `createRequest` is also called by the constructor, after `processOptions`.
+// This actually makes the request and processes the response, so `createRequest`
+// is a bit of a misnomer.
+
+var createRequest = function(request) {
+  var timeout ;
+
+  request.log.debug("Creating request ..");
+  request.log.debug(request);
+
+  var reqParams = {
+    host: request.host,
+    port: request.port,
+    method: request.method,
+    path: request.path + (request.query ? '?'+request.query : ""),
+    headers: request.getHeaders(),
+    // Node's HTTP/S modules will ignore this, but we are using the
+    // browserify-http module in the browser for both HTTP and HTTPS, and this
+    // is how you differentiate the two.
+    scheme: request.scheme,
+    // Use a provided agent.  'Undefined' is the default, which uses a global
+    // agent.
+    agent: request.agent
+  };
+
+  if (request.logCurl) {
+    logCurl(request);
+  }
+
+  var http = request.scheme == "http" ? HTTP : HTTPS;
+
+  // Set up the real request using the selected library. The request won't be
+  // sent until we call `.end()`.
+  request._raw = http.request(reqParams, function(response) {
+    request.log.debug("Received response ..");
+
+    // We haven't timed out and we have a response, so make sure we clear the
+    // timeout so it doesn't fire while we're processing the response.
+    clearTimeout(timeout);
+
+    // Construct a Shred `Response` object from the response. This will stream
+    // the response, thus the need for the callback. We can access the response
+    // entity safely once we're in the callback.
+    response = new Response(response, request, function(response) {
+
+      // Set up some event magic. The precedence is given first to
+      // status-specific handlers, then to responses for a given event, and then
+      // finally to the more general `response` handler. In the last case, we
+      // need to first make sure we're not dealing with a a redirect.
+      var emit = function(event) {
+        var emitter = request.emitter;
+        var textStatus = STATUS_CODES[response.status] ? STATUS_CODES[response.status].toLowerCase() : null;
+        if (emitter.listeners(response.status).length > 0 || emitter.listeners(textStatus).length > 0) {
+          emitter.emit(response.status, response);
+          emitter.emit(textStatus, response);
+        } else {
+          if (emitter.listeners(event).length>0) {
+            emitter.emit(event, response);
+          } else if (!response.isRedirect) {
+            emitter.emit("response", response);
+            //console.warn("Request has no event listener for status code " + response.status);
+          }
+        }
+      };
+
+      // Next, check for a redirect. We simply repeat the request with the URL
+      // given in the `Location` header. We fire a `redirect` event.
+      if (response.isRedirect) {
+        request.log.debug("Redirecting to "
+            + response.getHeader("Location"));
+        request.url = response.getHeader("Location");
+        emit("redirect");
+        createRequest(request);
+
+      // Okay, it's not a redirect. Is it an error of some kind?
+      } else if (response.isError) {
+        emit("error");
+      } else {
+      // It looks like we're good shape. Trigger the `success` event.
+        emit("success");
+      }
+    });
+  });
+
+  // We're still setting up the request. Next, we're going to handle error cases
+  // where we have no response. We don't emit an error event because that event
+  // takes a response. We don't response handlers to have to check for a null
+  // value. However, we [should introduce a different event
+  // type](https://github.com/spire-io/shred/issues/3) for this type of error.
+  request._raw.on("error", function(error) {
+    request.emitter.emit("request_error", error);
+  });
+
+  request._raw.on("socket", function(socket) {
+    request.emitter.emit("socket", socket);
+  });
+
+  // TCP timeouts should also trigger the "response_error" event.
+  request._raw.on('socket', function () {
+    request._raw.socket.on('timeout', function () {
+      // This should trigger the "error" event on the raw request, which will
+      // trigger the "response_error" on the shred request.
+      request._raw.abort();
+    });
+  });
+
+
+  // We're almost there. Next, we need to write the request entity to the
+  // underlying request object.
+  if (request.content) {
+    request.log.debug("Streaming body: '" +
+        request.content.data.slice(0,59) + "' ... ");
+    request._raw.write(request.content.data);
+  }
+
+  // Finally, we need to set up the timeout. We do this last so that we don't
+  // start the clock ticking until the last possible moment.
+  if (request.timeout) {
+    timeout = setTimeout(function() {
+      request.log.debug("Timeout fired, aborting request ...");
+      request._raw.abort();
+      request.emitter.emit("timeout", request);
+    },request.timeout);
+  }
+
+  // The `.end()` method will cause the request to fire. Technically, it might
+  // have already sent the headers and body.
+  request.log.debug("Sending request ...");
+  request._raw.end();
+};
+
+// Logs the curl command for the request.
+var logCurl = function (req) {
+  var headers = req.getHeaders();
+  var headerString = "";
+
+  for (var key in headers) {
+    headerString += '-H "' + key + ": " + headers[key] + '" ';
+  }
+
+  var bodyString = ""
+
+  if (req.content) {
+    bodyString += "-d '" + req.content.body + "' ";
+  }
+
+  var query = req.query ? '?' + req.query : "";
+
+  console.log("curl " +
+    "-X " + req.method.toUpperCase() + " " +
+    req.scheme + "://" + req.host + ":" + req.port + req.path + query + " " +
+    headerString +
+    bodyString
+  );
+};
+
+
+module.exports = Request;
+
+});
+
+require.define("http", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // todo
+
+});
+
+require.define("https", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // todo
+
+});
+
+require.define("/shred/parseUri.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // parseUri 1.2.2
+// (c) Steven Levithan <stevenlevithan.com>
+// MIT License
+
+function parseUri (str) {
+  var o   = parseUri.options,
+    m   = o.parser[o.strictMode ? "strict" : "loose"].exec(str),
+    uri = {},
+    i   = 14;
+
+  while (i--) uri[o.key[i]] = m[i] || "";
+
+  uri[o.q.name] = {};
+  uri[o.key[12]].replace(o.q.parser, function ($0, $1, $2) {
+    if ($1) uri[o.q.name][$1] = $2;
+  });
+
+  return uri;
+};
+
+parseUri.options = {
+  strictMode: false,
+  key: ["source","protocol","authority","userInfo","user","password","host","port","relative","path","directory","file","query","anchor"],
+  q:   {
+    name:   "queryKey",
+    parser: /(?:^|&)([^&=]*)=?([^&]*)/g
+  },
+  parser: {
+    strict: /^(?:([^:\/?#]+):)?(?:\/\/((?:(([^:@]*)(?::([^:@]*))?)?@)?([^:\/?#]*)(?::(\d*))?))?((((?:[^?#\/]*\/)*)([^?#]*))(?:\?([^#]*))?(?:#(.*))?)/,
+    loose:  /^(?:(?![^:@]+:[^:@\/]*@)([^:\/?#.]+):)?(?:\/\/)?((?:(([^:@]*)(?::([^:@]*))?)?@)?([^:\/?#]*)(?::(\d*))?)(((\/(?:[^?#](?![^?#\/]*\.[^?#\/.]+(?:[?#]|$)))*\/?)?([^?#\/]*))(?:\?([^#]*))?(?:#(.*))?)/
+  }
+};
+
+module.exports = parseUri;
+
+});
+
+require.define("events", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    if (!process.EventEmitter) process.EventEmitter = function () {};
+
+var EventEmitter = exports.EventEmitter = process.EventEmitter;
+var isArray = typeof Array.isArray === 'function'
+    ? Array.isArray
+    : function (xs) {
+        return Object.toString.call(xs) === '[object Array]'
+    }
+;
+
+// By default EventEmitters will print a warning if more than
+// 10 listeners are added to it. This is a useful default which
+// helps finding memory leaks.
+//
+// Obviously not all Emitters should be limited to 10. This function allows
+// that to be increased. Set to zero for unlimited.
+var defaultMaxListeners = 10;
+EventEmitter.prototype.setMaxListeners = function(n) {
+  if (!this._events) this._events = {};
+  this._events.maxListeners = n;
+};
+
+
+EventEmitter.prototype.emit = function(type) {
+  // If there is no 'error' event listener then throw.
+  if (type === 'error') {
+    if (!this._events || !this._events.error ||
+        (isArray(this._events.error) && !this._events.error.length))
+    {
+      if (arguments[1] instanceof Error) {
+        throw arguments[1]; // Unhandled 'error' event
+      } else {
+        throw new Error("Uncaught, unspecified 'error' event.");
+      }
+      return false;
+    }
+  }
+
+  if (!this._events) return false;
+  var handler = this._events[type];
+  if (!handler) return false;
+
+  if (typeof handler == 'function') {
+    switch (arguments.length) {
+      // fast cases
+      case 1:
+        handler.call(this);
+        break;
+      case 2:
+        handler.call(this, arguments[1]);
+        break;
+      case 3:
+        handler.call(this, arguments[1], arguments[2]);
+        break;
+      // slower
+      default:
+        var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1);
+        handler.apply(this, args);
+    }
+    return true;
+
+  } else if (isArray(handler)) {
+    var args = Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments, 1);
+
+    var listeners = handler.slice();
+    for (var i = 0, l = listeners.length; i < l; i++) {
+      listeners[i].apply(this, args);
+    }
+    return true;
+
+  } else {
+    return false;
+  }
+};
+
+// EventEmitter is defined in src/node_events.cc
+// EventEmitter.prototype.emit() is also defined there.
+EventEmitter.prototype.addListener = function(type, listener) {
+  if ('function' !== typeof listener) {
+    throw new Error('addListener only takes instances of Function');
+  }
+
+  if (!this._events) this._events = {};
+
+  // To avoid recursion in the case that type == "newListeners"! Before
+  // adding it to the listeners, first emit "newListeners".
+  this.emit('newListener', type, listener);
+
+  if (!this._events[type]) {
+    // Optimize the case of one listener. Don't need the extra array object.
+    this._events[type] = listener;
+  } else if (isArray(this._events[type])) {
+
+    // Check for listener leak
+    if (!this._events[type].warned) {
+      var m;
+      if (this._events.maxListeners !== undefined) {
+        m = this._events.maxListeners;
+      } else {
+        m = defaultMaxListeners;
+      }
+
+      if (m && m > 0 && this._events[type].length > m) {
+        this._events[type].warned = true;
+        console.error('(node) warning: possible EventEmitter memory ' +
+                      'leak detected. %d listeners added. ' +
+                      'Use emitter.setMaxListeners() to increase limit.',
+                      this._events[type].length);
+        console.trace();
+      }
+    }
+
+    // If we've already got an array, just append.
+    this._events[type].push(listener);
+  } else {
+    // Adding the second element, need to change to array.
+    this._events[type] = [this._events[type], listener];
+  }
+
+  return this;
+};
+
+EventEmitter.prototype.on = EventEmitter.prototype.addListener;
+
+EventEmitter.prototype.once = function(type, listener) {
+  var self = this;
+  self.on(type, function g() {
+    self.removeListener(type, g);
+    listener.apply(this, arguments);
+  });
+
+  return this;
+};
+
+EventEmitter.prototype.removeListener = function(type, listener) {
+  if ('function' !== typeof listener) {
+    throw new Error('removeListener only takes instances of Function');
+  }
+
+  // does not use listeners(), so no side effect of creating _events[type]
+  if (!this._events || !this._events[type]) return this;
+
+  var list = this._events[type];
+
+  if (isArray(list)) {
+    var i = list.indexOf(listener);
+    if (i < 0) return this;
+    list.splice(i, 1);
+    if (list.length == 0)
+      delete this._events[type];
+  } else if (this._events[type] === listener) {
+    delete this._events[type];
+  }
+
+  return this;
+};
+
+EventEmitter.prototype.removeAllListeners = function(type) {
+  // does not use listeners(), so no side effect of creating _events[type]
+  if (type && this._events && this._events[type]) this._events[type] = null;
+  return this;
+};
+
+EventEmitter.prototype.listeners = function(type) {
+  if (!this._events) this._events = {};
+  if (!this._events[type]) this._events[type] = [];
+  if (!isArray(this._events[type])) {
+    this._events[type] = [this._events[type]];
+  }
+  return this._events[type];
+};
+
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/sprintf/package.json", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    module.exports = {"main":"./lib/sprintf"}
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/sprintf/lib/sprintf.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    /**
+sprintf() for JavaScript 0.7-beta1
+http://www.diveintojavascript.com/projects/javascript-sprintf
+
+Copyright (c) Alexandru Marasteanu <alexaholic [at) gmail (dot] com>
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
+modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+    * Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
+      notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+    * Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
+      notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
+      documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+    * Neither the name of sprintf() for JavaScript nor the
+      names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products
+      derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND
+ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
+WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
+DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL Alexandru Marasteanu BE LIABLE FOR ANY
+DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
+(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
+LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND
+ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
+(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
+SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+
+
+Changelog:
+2010.11.07 - 0.7-beta1-node
+  - converted it to a node.js compatible module
+
+2010.09.06 - 0.7-beta1
+  - features: vsprintf, support for named placeholders
+  - enhancements: format cache, reduced global namespace pollution
+
+2010.05.22 - 0.6:
+ - reverted to 0.4 and fixed the bug regarding the sign of the number 0
+ Note:
+ Thanks to Raphael Pigulla <raph (at] n3rd [dot) org> (http://www.n3rd.org/)
+ who warned me about a bug in 0.5, I discovered that the last update was
+ a regress. I appologize for that.
+
+2010.05.09 - 0.5:
+ - bug fix: 0 is now preceeded with a + sign
+ - bug fix: the sign was not at the right position on padded results (Kamal Abdali)
+ - switched from GPL to BSD license
+
+2007.10.21 - 0.4:
+ - unit test and patch (David Baird)
+
+2007.09.17 - 0.3:
+ - bug fix: no longer throws exception on empty paramenters (Hans Pufal)
+
+2007.09.11 - 0.2:
+ - feature: added argument swapping
+
+2007.04.03 - 0.1:
+ - initial release
+**/
+
+var sprintf = (function() {
+  function get_type(variable) {
+    return Object.prototype.toString.call(variable).slice(8, -1).toLowerCase();
+  }
+  function str_repeat(input, multiplier) {
+    for (var output = []; multiplier > 0; output[--multiplier] = input) {/* do nothing */}
+    return output.join('');
+  }
+
+  var str_format = function() {
+    if (!str_format.cache.hasOwnProperty(arguments[0])) {
+      str_format.cache[arguments[0]] = str_format.parse(arguments[0]);
+    }
+    return str_format.format.call(null, str_format.cache[arguments[0]], arguments);
+  };
+
+  str_format.format = function(parse_tree, argv) {
+    var cursor = 1, tree_length = parse_tree.length, node_type = '', arg, output = [], i, k, match, pad, pad_character, pad_length;
+    for (i = 0; i < tree_length; i++) {
+      node_type = get_type(parse_tree[i]);
+      if (node_type === 'string') {
+        output.push(parse_tree[i]);
+      }
+      else if (node_type === 'array') {
+        match = parse_tree[i]; // convenience purposes only
+        if (match[2]) { // keyword argument
+          arg = argv[cursor];
+          for (k = 0; k < match[2].length; k++) {
+            if (!arg.hasOwnProperty(match[2][k])) {
+              throw(sprintf('[sprintf] property "%s" does not exist', match[2][k]));
+            }
+            arg = arg[match[2][k]];
+          }
+        }
+        else if (match[1]) { // positional argument (explicit)
+          arg = argv[match[1]];
+        }
+        else { // positional argument (implicit)
+          arg = argv[cursor++];
+        }
+
+        if (/[^s]/.test(match[8]) && (get_type(arg) != 'number')) {
+          throw(sprintf('[sprintf] expecting number but found %s', get_type(arg)));
+        }
+        switch (match[8]) {
+          case 'b': arg = arg.toString(2); break;
+          case 'c': arg = String.fromCharCode(arg); break;
+          case 'd': arg = parseInt(arg, 10); break;
+          case 'e': arg = match[7] ? arg.toExponential(match[7]) : arg.toExponential(); break;
+          case 'f': arg = match[7] ? parseFloat(arg).toFixed(match[7]) : parseFloat(arg); break;
+          case 'o': arg = arg.toString(8); break;
+          case 's': arg = ((arg = String(arg)) && match[7] ? arg.substring(0, match[7]) : arg); break;
+          case 'u': arg = Math.abs(arg); break;
+          case 'x': arg = arg.toString(16); break;
+          case 'X': arg = arg.toString(16).toUpperCase(); break;
+        }
+        arg = (/[def]/.test(match[8]) && match[3] && arg >= 0 ? '+'+ arg : arg);
+        pad_character = match[4] ? match[4] == '0' ? '0' : match[4].charAt(1) : ' ';
+        pad_length = match[6] - String(arg).length;
+        pad = match[6] ? str_repeat(pad_character, pad_length) : '';
+        output.push(match[5] ? arg + pad : pad + arg);
+      }
+    }
+    return output.join('');
+  };
+
+  str_format.cache = {};
+
+  str_format.parse = function(fmt) {
+    var _fmt = fmt, match = [], parse_tree = [], arg_names = 0;
+    while (_fmt) {
+      if ((match = /^[^\x25]+/.exec(_fmt)) !== null) {
+        parse_tree.push(match[0]);
+      }
+      else if ((match = /^\x25{2}/.exec(_fmt)) !== null) {
+        parse_tree.push('%');
+      }
+      else if ((match = /^\x25(?:([1-9]\d*)\$|\(([^\)]+)\))?(\+)?(0|'[^$])?(-)?(\d+)?(?:\.(\d+))?([b-fosuxX])/.exec(_fmt)) !== null) {
+        if (match[2]) {
+          arg_names |= 1;
+          var field_list = [], replacement_field = match[2], field_match = [];
+          if ((field_match = /^([a-z_][a-z_\d]*)/i.exec(replacement_field)) !== null) {
+            field_list.push(field_match[1]);
+            while ((replacement_field = replacement_field.substring(field_match[0].length)) !== '') {
+              if ((field_match = /^\.([a-z_][a-z_\d]*)/i.exec(replacement_field)) !== null) {
+                field_list.push(field_match[1]);
+              }
+              else if ((field_match = /^\[(\d+)\]/.exec(replacement_field)) !== null) {
+                field_list.push(field_match[1]);
+              }
+              else {
+                throw('[sprintf] huh?');
+              }
+            }
+          }
+          else {
+            throw('[sprintf] huh?');
+          }
+          match[2] = field_list;
+        }
+        else {
+          arg_names |= 2;
+        }
+        if (arg_names === 3) {
+          throw('[sprintf] mixing positional and named placeholders is not (yet) supported');
+        }
+        parse_tree.push(match);
+      }
+      else {
+        throw('[sprintf] huh?');
+      }
+      _fmt = _fmt.substring(match[0].length);
+    }
+    return parse_tree;
+  };
+
+  return str_format;
+})();
+
+var vsprintf = function(fmt, argv) {
+  argv.unshift(fmt);
+  return sprintf.apply(null, argv);
+};
+
+exports.sprintf = sprintf;
+exports.vsprintf = vsprintf;
+});
+
+require.define("/shred/response.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // The `Response object` encapsulates a Node.js HTTP response.
+
+var Content = require("./content")
+  , HeaderMixins = require("./mixins/headers")
+  , CookieJarLib = require( "cookiejar" )
+  , Cookie = CookieJarLib.Cookie
+;
+
+// Browser doesn't have zlib.
+var zlib = null;
+try {
+  zlib = require('zlib');
+} catch (e) {
+  console.warn("no zlib library");
+}
+
+// Iconv doesn't work in browser
+var Iconv = null;
+try {
+  Iconv = require('iconv-lite');
+} catch (e) {
+  console.warn("no iconv library");
+}
+
+// Construct a `Response` object. You should never have to do this directly. The
+// `Request` object handles this, getting the raw response object and passing it
+// in here, along with the request. The callback allows us to stream the response
+// and then use the callback to let the request know when it's ready.
+var Response = function(raw, request, callback) { 
+  var response = this;
+  this._raw = raw;
+
+  // The `._setHeaders` method is "private"; you can't otherwise set headers on
+  // the response.
+  this._setHeaders.call(this,raw.headers);
+  
+  // store any cookies
+  if (request.cookieJar && this.getHeader('set-cookie')) {
+    var cookieStrings = this.getHeader('set-cookie');
+    var cookieObjs = []
+      , cookie;
+
+    for (var i = 0; i < cookieStrings.length; i++) {
+      var cookieString = cookieStrings[i];
+      if (!cookieString) {
+        continue;
+      }
+
+      if (!cookieString.match(/domain\=/i)) {
+        cookieString += '; domain=' + request.host;
+      }
+
+      if (!cookieString.match(/path\=/i)) {
+        cookieString += '; path=' + request.path;
+      }
+
+      try {
+        cookie = new Cookie(cookieString);
+        if (cookie) {
+          cookieObjs.push(cookie);
+        }
+      } catch (e) {
+        console.warn("Tried to set bad cookie: " + cookieString);
+      }
+    }
+
+    request.cookieJar.setCookies(cookieObjs);
+  }
+
+  this.request = request;
+  this.client = request.client;
+  this.log = this.request.log;
+
+  // Stream the response content entity and fire the callback when we're done.
+  // Store the incoming data in a array of Buffers which we concatinate into one
+  // buffer at the end.  We need to use buffers instead of strings here in order
+  // to preserve binary data.
+  var chunkBuffers = [];
+  var dataLength = 0;
+  raw.on("data", function(chunk) {
+    chunkBuffers.push(chunk);
+    dataLength += chunk.length;
+  });
+  raw.on("end", function() {
+    var body;
+    if (typeof Buffer === 'undefined') {
+      // Just concatinate into a string
+      body = chunkBuffers.join('');
+    } else {
+      // Initialize new buffer and add the chunks one-at-a-time.
+      body = new Buffer(dataLength);
+      for (var i = 0, pos = 0; i < chunkBuffers.length; i++) {
+        chunkBuffers[i].copy(body, pos);
+        pos += chunkBuffers[i].length;
+      }
+    }
+
+    var setBodyAndFinish = function (body) {
+      response._body = new Content({ 
+        body: body,
+        type: response.getHeader("Content-Type")
+      });
+      callback(response);
+    }
+
+    if (zlib && response.getHeader("Content-Encoding") === 'gzip'){
+      zlib.gunzip(body, function (err, gunzippedBody) {
+        if (Iconv && response.request.encoding){
+          body = Iconv.fromEncoding(gunzippedBody,response.request.encoding);
+        } else {
+          body = gunzippedBody.toString();
+        }
+        setBodyAndFinish(body);
+      })
+    }
+    else{
+       if (response.request.encoding){
+            body = Iconv.fromEncoding(body,response.request.encoding);
+        }        
+      setBodyAndFinish(body);
+    }
+  });
+};
+
+// The `Response` object can be pretty overwhelming to view using the built-in
+// Node.js inspect method. We want to make it a bit more manageable. This
+// probably goes [too far in the other
+// direction](https://github.com/spire-io/shred/issues/2).
+
+Response.prototype = {
+  inspect: function() {
+    var response = this;
+    var headers = this.format_headers();
+    var summary = ["<Shred Response> ", response.status].join(" ")
+    return [ summary, "- Headers:", headers].join("\n");
+  },
+  format_headers: function () {
+    var array = []
+    var headers = this._headers
+    for (var key in headers) {
+      if (headers.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
+        var value = headers[key]
+        array.push("\t" + key + ": " + value);
+      }
+    }
+    return array.join("\n");
+  }
+};
+
+// `Response` object properties, all of which are read-only:
+Object.defineProperties(Response.prototype, {
+  
+// - **status**. The HTTP status code for the response. 
+  status: {
+    get: function() { return this._raw.statusCode; },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **content**. The HTTP content entity, if any. Provided as a [content
+//   object](./content.html), which will attempt to convert the entity based upon
+//   the `content-type` header. The converted value is available as
+//   `content.data`. The original raw content entity is available as
+//   `content.body`.
+  body: {
+    get: function() { return this._body; }
+  },
+  content: {
+    get: function() { return this.body; },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **isRedirect**. Is the response a redirect? These are responses with 3xx
+//   status and a `Location` header.
+  isRedirect: {
+    get: function() {
+      return (this.status>299
+          &&this.status<400
+          &&this.getHeader("Location"));
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **isError**. Is the response an error? These are responses with status of
+//   400 or greater.
+  isError: {
+    get: function() {
+      return (this.status === 0 || this.status > 399)
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  }
+});
+
+// Add in the [getters for accessing the normalized headers](./headers.js).
+HeaderMixins.getters(Response);
+HeaderMixins.privateSetters(Response);
+
+// Work around Mozilla bug #608735 [https://bugzil.la/608735], which causes
+// getAllResponseHeaders() to return {} if the response is a CORS request.
+// xhr.getHeader still works correctly.
+var getHeader = Response.prototype.getHeader;
+Response.prototype.getHeader = function (name) {
+  return (getHeader.call(this,name) ||
+    (typeof this._raw.getHeader === 'function' && this._raw.getHeader(name)));
+};
+
+module.exports = Response;
+
+});
+
+require.define("/shred/content.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    
+// The purpose of the `Content` object is to abstract away the data conversions
+// to and from raw content entities as strings. For example, you want to be able
+// to pass in a Javascript object and have it be automatically converted into a
+// JSON string if the `content-type` is set to a JSON-based media type.
+// Conversely, you want to be able to transparently get back a Javascript object
+// in the response if the `content-type` is a JSON-based media-type.
+
+// One limitation of the current implementation is that it [assumes the `charset` is UTF-8](https://github.com/spire-io/shred/issues/5).
+
+// The `Content` constructor takes an options object, which *must* have either a
+// `body` or `data` property and *may* have a `type` property indicating the
+// media type. If there is no `type` attribute, a default will be inferred.
+var Content = function(options) {
+  this.body = options.body;
+  this.data = options.data;
+  this.type = options.type;
+};
+
+Content.prototype = {
+  // Treat `toString()` as asking for the `content.body`. That is, the raw content entity.
+  //
+  //     toString: function() { return this.body; }
+  //
+  // Commented out, but I've forgotten why. :/
+};
+
+
+// `Content` objects have the following attributes:
+Object.defineProperties(Content.prototype,{
+  
+// - **type**. Typically accessed as `content.type`, reflects the `content-type`
+//   header associated with the request or response. If not passed as an options
+//   to the constructor or set explicitly, it will infer the type the `data`
+//   attribute, if possible, and, failing that, will default to `text/plain`.
+  type: {
+    get: function() {
+      if (this._type) {
+        return this._type;
+      } else {
+        if (this._data) {
+          switch(typeof this._data) {
+            case "string": return "text/plain";
+            case "object": return "application/json";
+          }
+        }
+      }
+      return "text/plain";
+    },
+    set: function(value) {
+      this._type = value;
+      return this;
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **data**. Typically accessed as `content.data`, reflects the content entity
+//   converted into Javascript data. This can be a string, if the `type` is, say,
+//   `text/plain`, but can also be a Javascript object. The conversion applied is
+//   based on the `processor` attribute. The `data` attribute can also be set
+//   directly, in which case the conversion will be done the other way, to infer
+//   the `body` attribute.
+  data: {
+    get: function() {
+      if (this._body) {
+        return this.processor.parser(this._body);
+      } else {
+        return this._data;
+      }
+    },
+    set: function(data) {
+      if (this._body&&data) Errors.setDataWithBody(this);
+      this._data = data;
+      return this;
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **body**. Typically accessed as `content.body`, reflects the content entity
+//   as a UTF-8 string. It is the mirror of the `data` attribute. If you set the
+//   `data` attribute, the `body` attribute will be inferred and vice-versa. If
+//   you attempt to set both, an exception is raised.
+  body: {
+    get: function() {
+      if (this._data) {
+        return this.processor.stringify(this._data);
+      } else {
+        return this.processor.stringify(this._body);
+      }
+    },
+    set: function(body) {
+      if (this._data&&body) Errors.setBodyWithData(this);
+      this._body = body;
+      return this;
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **processor**. The functions that will be used to convert to/from `data` and
+//   `body` attributes. You can add processors. The two that are built-in are for
+//   `text/plain`, which is basically an identity transformation and
+//   `application/json` and other JSON-based media types (including custom media
+//   types with `+json`). You can add your own processors. See below.
+  processor: {
+    get: function() {
+      var processor = Content.processors[this.type];
+      if (processor) {
+        return processor;
+      } else {
+        // Return the first processor that matches any part of the
+        // content type. ex: application/vnd.foobar.baz+json will match json.
+        var main = this.type.split(";")[0];
+        var parts = main.split(/\+|\//);
+        for (var i=0, l=parts.length; i < l; i++) {
+          processor = Content.processors[parts[i]]
+        }
+        return processor || {parser:identity,stringify:toString};
+      }
+    },
+    enumerable: true
+  },
+
+// - **length**. Typically accessed as `content.length`, returns the length in
+//   bytes of the raw content entity.
+  length: {
+    get: function() {
+      if (typeof Buffer !== 'undefined') {
+        return Buffer.byteLength(this.body);
+      }
+      return this.body.length;
+    }
+  }
+});
+
+Content.processors = {};
+
+// The `registerProcessor` function allows you to add your own processors to
+// convert content entities. Each processor consists of a Javascript object with
+// two properties:
+// - **parser**. The function used to parse a raw content entity and convert it
+//   into a Javascript data type.
+// - **stringify**. The function used to convert a Javascript data type into a
+//   raw content entity.
+Content.registerProcessor = function(types,processor) {
+  
+// You can pass an array of types that will trigger this processor, or just one.
+// We determine the array via duck-typing here.
+  if (types.forEach) {
+    types.forEach(function(type) {
+      Content.processors[type] = processor;
+    });
+  } else {
+    // If you didn't pass an array, we just use what you pass in.
+    Content.processors[types] = processor;
+  }
+};
+
+// Register the identity processor, which is used for text-based media types.
+var identity = function(x) { return x; }
+  , toString = function(x) { return x.toString(); }
+Content.registerProcessor(
+  ["text/html","text/plain","text"],
+  { parser: identity, stringify: toString });
+
+// Register the JSON processor, which is used for JSON-based media types.
+Content.registerProcessor(
+  ["application/json; charset=utf-8","application/json","json"],
+  {
+    parser: function(string) {
+      return JSON.parse(string);
+    },
+    stringify: function(data) {
+      return JSON.stringify(data); }});
+
+// Error functions are defined separately here in an attempt to make the code
+// easier to read.
+var Errors = {
+  setDataWithBody: function(object) {
+    throw new Error("Attempt to set data attribute of a content object " +
+        "when the body attributes was already set.");
+  },
+  setBodyWithData: function(object) {
+    throw new Error("Attempt to set body attribute of a content object " +
+        "when the data attributes was already set.");
+  }
+}
+module.exports = Content;
+
+});
+
+require.define("/shred/mixins/headers.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // The header mixins allow you to add HTTP header support to any object. This
+// might seem pointless: why not simply use a hash? The main reason is that, per
+// the [HTTP spec](http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec4.html#sec4.2),
+// headers are case-insensitive. So, for example, `content-type` is the same as
+// `CONTENT-TYPE` which is the same as `Content-Type`. Since there is no way to
+// overload the index operator in Javascript, using a hash to represent the
+// headers means it's possible to have two conflicting values for a single
+// header.
+// 
+// The solution to this is to provide explicit methods to set or get headers.
+// This also has the benefit of allowing us to introduce additional variations,
+// including snake case, which we automatically convert to what Matthew King has
+// dubbed "corset case" - the hyphen-separated names with initial caps:
+// `Content-Type`. We use corset-case just in case we're dealing with servers
+// that haven't properly implemented the spec.
+
+// Convert headers to corset-case. **Example:** `CONTENT-TYPE` will be converted
+// to `Content-Type`.
+
+var corsetCase = function(string) {
+  return string.toLowerCase()
+      //.replace("_","-")
+      .replace(/(^|-)(\w)/g, 
+          function(s) { return s.toUpperCase(); });
+};
+
+// We suspect that `initializeHeaders` was once more complicated ...
+var initializeHeaders = function(object) {
+  return {};
+};
+
+// Access the `_headers` property using lazy initialization. **Warning:** If you
+// mix this into an object that is using the `_headers` property already, you're
+// going to have trouble.
+var $H = function(object) {
+  return object._headers||(object._headers=initializeHeaders(object));
+};
+
+// Hide the implementations as private functions, separate from how we expose them.
+
+// The "real" `getHeader` function: get the header after normalizing the name.
+var getHeader = function(object,name) {
+  return $H(object)[corsetCase(name)];
+};
+
+// The "real" `getHeader` function: get one or more headers, or all of them
+// if you don't ask for any specifics. 
+var getHeaders = function(object,names) {
+  var keys = (names && names.length>0) ? names : Object.keys($H(object));
+  var hash = keys.reduce(function(hash,key) {
+    hash[key] = getHeader(object,key);
+    return hash;
+  },{});
+  // Freeze the resulting hash so you don't mistakenly think you're modifying
+  // the real headers.
+  Object.freeze(hash);
+  return hash;
+};
+
+// The "real" `setHeader` function: set a header, after normalizing the name.
+var setHeader = function(object,name,value) {
+  $H(object)[corsetCase(name)] = value;
+  return object;
+};
+
+// The "real" `setHeaders` function: set multiple headers based on a hash.
+var setHeaders = function(object,hash) {
+  for( var key in hash ) { setHeader(object,key,hash[key]); };
+  return this;
+};
+
+// Here's where we actually bind the functionality to an object. These mixins work by
+// exposing mixin functions. Each function mixes in a specific batch of features.
+module.exports = {
+  
+  // Add getters.
+  getters: function(constructor) {
+    constructor.prototype.getHeader = function(name) { return getHeader(this,name); };
+    constructor.prototype.getHeaders = function() { return getHeaders(this,arguments); };
+  },
+  // Add setters but as "private" methods.
+  privateSetters: function(constructor) {
+    constructor.prototype._setHeader = function(key,value) { return setHeader(this,key,value); };
+    constructor.prototype._setHeaders = function(hash) { return setHeaders(this,hash); };
+  },
+  // Add setters.
+  setters: function(constructor) {
+    constructor.prototype.setHeader = function(key,value) { return setHeader(this,key,value); };
+    constructor.prototype.setHeaders = function(hash) { return setHeaders(this,hash); };
+  },
+  // Add both getters and setters.
+  gettersAndSetters: function(constructor) {
+    constructor.prototype.getHeader = function(name) { return getHeader(this,name); };
+    constructor.prototype.getHeaders = function() { return getHeaders(this,arguments); };
+    constructor.prototype.setHeader = function(key,value) { return setHeader(this,key,value); };
+    constructor.prototype.setHeaders = function(hash) { return setHeaders(this,hash); };
+  },
+};
+
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/iconv-lite/package.json", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    module.exports = {}
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/iconv-lite/index.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    // Module exports
+var iconv = module.exports = {
+    toEncoding: function(str, encoding) {
+        return iconv.getCodec(encoding).toEncoding(str);
+    },
+    fromEncoding: function(buf, encoding) {
+        return iconv.getCodec(encoding).fromEncoding(buf);
+    },
+    
+    defaultCharUnicode: '�',
+    defaultCharSingleByte: '?',
+    
+    // Get correct codec for given encoding.
+    getCodec: function(encoding) {
+        var enc = encoding || "utf8";
+        var codecOptions = undefined;
+        while (1) {
+            if (getType(enc) === "String")
+                enc = enc.replace(/[- ]/g, "").toLowerCase();
+            var codec = iconv.encodings[enc];
+            var type = getType(codec);
+            if (type === "String") {
+                // Link to other encoding.
+                codecOptions = {originalEncoding: enc};
+                enc = codec;
+            }
+            else if (type === "Object" && codec.type != undefined) {
+                // Options for other encoding.
+                codecOptions = codec;
+                enc = codec.type;
+            } 
+            else if (type === "Function")
+                // Codec itself.
+                return codec(codecOptions);
+            else
+                throw new Error("Encoding not recognized: '" + encoding + "' (searched as: '"+enc+"')");
+        }
+    },
+    
+    // Define basic encodings
+    encodings: {
+        internal: function(options) {
+            return {
+                toEncoding: function(str) {
+                    return new Buffer(ensureString(str), options.originalEncoding);
+                },
+                fromEncoding: function(buf) {
+                    return ensureBuffer(buf).toString(options.originalEncoding);
+                }
+            };
+        },
+        utf8: "internal",
+        ucs2: "internal",
+        binary: "internal",
+        ascii: "internal",
+        base64: "internal",
+        
+        // Codepage single-byte encodings.
+        singlebyte: function(options) {
+            // Prepare chars if needed
+            if (!options.chars || (options.chars.length !== 128 && options.chars.length !== 256))
+                throw new Error("Encoding '"+options.type+"' has incorrect 'chars' (must be of len 128 or 256)");
+            
+            if (options.chars.length === 128)
+                options.chars = asciiString + options.chars;
+            
+            if (!options.charsBuf) {
+                options.charsBuf = new Buffer(options.chars, 'ucs2');
+            }
+            
+            if (!options.revCharsBuf) {
+                options.revCharsBuf = new Buffer(65536);
+                var defChar = iconv.defaultCharSingleByte.charCodeAt(0);
+                for (var i = 0; i < options.revCharsBuf.length; i++)
+                    options.revCharsBuf[i] = defChar;
+                for (var i = 0; i < options.chars.length; i++)
+                    options.revCharsBuf[options.chars.charCodeAt(i)] = i;
+            }
+            
+            return {
+                toEncoding: function(str) {
+                    str = ensureString(str);
+                    
+                    var buf = new Buffer(str.length);
+                    var revCharsBuf = options.revCharsBuf;
+                    for (var i = 0; i < str.length; i++)
+                        buf[i] = revCharsBuf[str.charCodeAt(i)];
+                    
+                    return buf;
+                },
+                fromEncoding: function(buf) {
+                    buf = ensureBuffer(buf);
+                    
+                    // Strings are immutable in JS -> we use ucs2 buffer to speed up computations.
+                    var charsBuf = options.charsBuf;
+                    var newBuf = new Buffer(buf.length*2);
+                    var idx1 = 0, idx2 = 0;
+                    for (var i = 0, _len = buf.length; i < _len; i++) {
+                        idx1 = buf[i]*2; idx2 = i*2;
+                        newBuf[idx2] = charsBuf[idx1];
+                        newBuf[idx2+1] = charsBuf[idx1+1];
+                    }
+                    return newBuf.toString('ucs2');
+                }
+            };
+        },
+
+        // Codepage double-byte encodings.
+        table: function(options) {
+            var table = options.table, key, revCharsTable = options.revCharsTable;
+            if (!table) {
+                throw new Error("Encoding '" + options.type +"' has incorect 'table' option");
+            }
+            if(!revCharsTable) {
+                revCharsTable = options.revCharsTable = {};
+                for (key in table) {
+                    revCharsTable[table[key]] = parseInt(key);
+                }
+            }
+            
+            return {
+                toEncoding: function(str) {
+                    str = ensureString(str);
+                    var strLen = str.length;
+                    var bufLen = strLen;
+                    for (var i = 0; i < strLen; i++)
+                        if (str.charCodeAt(i) >> 7)
+                            bufLen++;
+
+                    var newBuf = new Buffer(bufLen), gbkcode, unicode, 
+                        defaultChar = revCharsTable[iconv.defaultCharUnicode.charCodeAt(0)];
+
+                    for (var i = 0, j = 0; i < strLen; i++) {
+                        unicode = str.charCodeAt(i);
+                        if (unicode >> 7) {
+                            gbkcode = revCharsTable[unicode] || defaultChar;
+                            newBuf[j++] = gbkcode >> 8; //high byte;
+                            newBuf[j++] = gbkcode & 0xFF; //low byte
+                        } else {//ascii
+                            newBuf[j++] = unicode;
+                        }
+                    }
+                    return newBuf;
+                },
+                fromEncoding: function(buf) {
+                    buf = ensureBuffer(buf);
+                    var bufLen = buf.length, strLen = 0;
+                    for (var i = 0; i < bufLen; i++) {
+                        strLen++;
+                        if (buf[i] & 0x80) //the high bit is 1, so this byte is gbkcode's high byte.skip next byte
+                            i++;
+                    }
+                    var newBuf = new Buffer(strLen*2), unicode, gbkcode,
+                        defaultChar = iconv.defaultCharUnicode.charCodeAt(0);
+                    
+                    for (var i = 0, j = 0; i < bufLen; i++, j+=2) {
+                        gbkcode = buf[i];
+                        if (gbkcode & 0x80) {
+                            gbkcode = (gbkcode << 8) + buf[++i];
+                            unicode = table[gbkcode] || defaultChar;
+                        } else {
+                            unicode = gbkcode;
+                        }
+                        newBuf[j] = unicode & 0xFF; //low byte
+                        newBuf[j+1] = unicode >> 8; //high byte
+                    }
+                    return newBuf.toString('ucs2');
+                }
+            }
+        }
+    }
+};
+
+// Add aliases to convert functions
+iconv.encode = iconv.toEncoding;
+iconv.decode = iconv.fromEncoding;
+
+// Load other encodings from files in /encodings dir.
+var encodingsDir = __dirname+"/encodings/",
+    fs = require('fs');
+fs.readdirSync(encodingsDir).forEach(function(file) {
+    if(fs.statSync(encodingsDir + file).isDirectory()) return;
+    var encodings = require(encodingsDir + file)
+    for (var key in encodings)
+        iconv.encodings[key] = encodings[key]
+});
+
+// Utilities
+var asciiString = '\x00\x01\x02\x03\x04\x05\x06\x07\x08\t\n\x0b\x0c\r\x0e\x0f\x10\x11\x12\x13\x14\x15\x16\x17\x18\x19\x1a\x1b\x1c\x1d\x1e\x1f'+
+              ' !"#$%&\'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~\x7f';
+
+var ensureBuffer = function(buf) {
+    buf = buf || new Buffer(0);
+    return (buf instanceof Buffer) ? buf : new Buffer(buf.toString(), "utf8");
+}
+
+var ensureString = function(str) {
+    str = str || "";
+    return (str instanceof String) ? str : str.toString((str instanceof Buffer) ? 'utf8' : undefined);
+}
+
+var getType = function(obj) {
+    return Object.prototype.toString.call(obj).slice(8, -1);
+}
+
+
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/http-browserify/package.json", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    module.exports = {"main":"index.js","browserify":"browser.js"}
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/http-browserify/browser.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    var http = module.exports;
+var EventEmitter = require('events').EventEmitter;
+var Request = require('./lib/request');
+
+http.request = function (params, cb) {
+    if (!params) params = {};
+    if (!params.host) params.host = window.location.host.split(':')[0];
+    if (!params.port) params.port = window.location.port;
+    
+    var req = new Request(new xhrHttp, params);
+    if (cb) req.on('response', cb);
+    return req;
+};
+
+http.get = function (params, cb) {
+    params.method = 'GET';
+    var req = http.request(params, cb);
+    req.end();
+    return req;
+};
+
+var xhrHttp = (function () {
+    if (typeof window === 'undefined') {
+        throw new Error('no window object present');
+    }
+    else if (window.XMLHttpRequest) {
+        return window.XMLHttpRequest;
+    }
+    else if (window.ActiveXObject) {
+        var axs = [
+            'Msxml2.XMLHTTP.6.0',
+            'Msxml2.XMLHTTP.3.0',
+            'Microsoft.XMLHTTP'
+        ];
+        for (var i = 0; i < axs.length; i++) {
+            try {
+                var ax = new(window.ActiveXObject)(axs[i]);
+                return function () {
+                    if (ax) {
+                        var ax_ = ax;
+                        ax = null;
+                        return ax_;
+                    }
+                    else {
+                        return new(window.ActiveXObject)(axs[i]);
+                    }
+                };
+            }
+            catch (e) {}
+        }
+        throw new Error('ajax not supported in this browser')
+    }
+    else {
+        throw new Error('ajax not supported in this browser');
+    }
+})();
+
+http.STATUS_CODES = {
+    100 : 'Continue',
+    101 : 'Switching Protocols',
+    102 : 'Processing', // RFC 2518, obsoleted by RFC 4918
+    200 : 'OK',
+    201 : 'Created',
+    202 : 'Accepted',
+    203 : 'Non-Authoritative Information',
+    204 : 'No Content',
+    205 : 'Reset Content',
+    206 : 'Partial Content',
+    207 : 'Multi-Status', // RFC 4918
+    300 : 'Multiple Choices',
+    301 : 'Moved Permanently',
+    302 : 'Moved Temporarily',
+    303 : 'See Other',
+    304 : 'Not Modified',
+    305 : 'Use Proxy',
+    307 : 'Temporary Redirect',
+    400 : 'Bad Request',
+    401 : 'Unauthorized',
+    402 : 'Payment Required',
+    403 : 'Forbidden',
+    404 : 'Not Found',
+    405 : 'Method Not Allowed',
+    406 : 'Not Acceptable',
+    407 : 'Proxy Authentication Required',
+    408 : 'Request Time-out',
+    409 : 'Conflict',
+    410 : 'Gone',
+    411 : 'Length Required',
+    412 : 'Precondition Failed',
+    413 : 'Request Entity Too Large',
+    414 : 'Request-URI Too Large',
+    415 : 'Unsupported Media Type',
+    416 : 'Requested Range Not Satisfiable',
+    417 : 'Expectation Failed',
+    418 : 'I\'m a teapot', // RFC 2324
+    422 : 'Unprocessable Entity', // RFC 4918
+    423 : 'Locked', // RFC 4918
+    424 : 'Failed Dependency', // RFC 4918
+    425 : 'Unordered Collection', // RFC 4918
+    426 : 'Upgrade Required', // RFC 2817
+    500 : 'Internal Server Error',
+    501 : 'Not Implemented',
+    502 : 'Bad Gateway',
+    503 : 'Service Unavailable',
+    504 : 'Gateway Time-out',
+    505 : 'HTTP Version not supported',
+    506 : 'Variant Also Negotiates', // RFC 2295
+    507 : 'Insufficient Storage', // RFC 4918
+    509 : 'Bandwidth Limit Exceeded',
+    510 : 'Not Extended' // RFC 2774
+};
+
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/http-browserify/lib/request.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    var EventEmitter = require('events').EventEmitter;
+var Response = require('./response');
+var isSafeHeader = require('./isSafeHeader');
+
+var Request = module.exports = function (xhr, params) {
+    var self = this;
+    self.xhr = xhr;
+    self.body = '';
+    
+    var uri = params.host + ':' + params.port + (params.path || '/');
+    
+    xhr.open(
+        params.method || 'GET',
+        (params.scheme || 'http') + '://' + uri,
+        true
+    );
+    
+    if (params.headers) {
+        Object.keys(params.headers).forEach(function (key) {
+            if (!isSafeHeader(key)) return;
+            var value = params.headers[key];
+            if (Array.isArray(value)) {
+                value.forEach(function (v) {
+                    xhr.setRequestHeader(key, v);
+                });
+            }
+            else xhr.setRequestHeader(key, value)
+        });
+    }
+    
+    var res = new Response(xhr);
+    res.on('ready', function () {
+        self.emit('response', res);
+    });
+    
+    xhr.onreadystatechange = function () {
+        res.handle(xhr);
+    };
+};
+
+Request.prototype = new EventEmitter;
+
+Request.prototype.setHeader = function (key, value) {
+    if ((Array.isArray && Array.isArray(value))
+    || value instanceof Array) {
+        for (var i = 0; i < value.length; i++) {
+            this.xhr.setRequestHeader(key, value[i]);
+        }
+    }
+    else {
+        this.xhr.setRequestHeader(key, value);
+    }
+};
+
+Request.prototype.write = function (s) {
+    this.body += s;
+};
+
+Request.prototype.end = function (s) {
+    if (s !== undefined) this.write(s);
+    this.xhr.send(this.body);
+};
+
+});
+
+require.define("/node_modules/http-browserify/lib/response.js", function (require, module, exports, __dirname, __filename) {
+    var EventEmitter = require('events').EventEmitter;
+var isSafeHeader = require('./isSafeHeader');
+
+var Response = module.exports = function (xhr) {
+    this.xhr = xhr;
+    this.offset = 0;
+};
+
+Response.prototype = new EventEmitter;
+
+var capable = {
+    streaming : true,
+    status2 : true
+};
+
+function parseHeaders (xhr) {
+    var lines = xhr.getAllResponseHeaders().split(/\r?\n/);
+    var headers = {};
+    for (var i = 0; i < lines.length; i++) {
+        var line = lines[i];
+        if (line === '') continue;
+        
+        var m = line.match(/^([^:]+):\s*(.*)/);
+        if (m) {
+            var key = m[1].toLowerCase(), value = m[2];
+            
+            if (headers[key] !== undefined) {
+                if ((Array.isArray && Array.isArray(headers[key]))
+                || headers[key] instanceof Array) {
+                    headers[key].push(value);
+                }
+                else {
+                    headers[key] = [ headers[key], value ];
+                }
+            }
+            else {
+                headers[key] = value;
+            }
+        }
+        else {
+            headers[line] = true;
+        }
+    }
+    return headers;
+}
+
+Response.prototype.getHeader = function (key) {
+    var header = this.headers ? this.headers[key.toLowerCase()] : null;
+    if (header) return header;
+
+    // Work around Mozilla bug #608735 [https://bugzil.la/608735], which causes
+    // getAllResponseHeaders() to return {} if the response is a CORS request.
+    // xhr.getHeader still works correctly.
+    if (isSafeHeader(key)) {
+      return this.xhr.getResponseHeader(key);
+    }
+    return null;
+};
+
+Response.prototype.handle = function () {
+    var xhr = this.xhr;
+    if (xhr.readyState === 2 && capable.status2) {
+        try {
+            this.statusCode = xhr.status;
+            this.headers = parseHeaders(xhr);
+        }
+        catch (err) {
+            capable.status2 = false;
+        }
+        
+        if (capable.status2) {
+            this.emit('ready');
+        }
+    }
+    else if 

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