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 * \file
 * \brief XHTTP_PI :: 
 * \ingroup xhttp_pi
 * Module: \ref xhttp_pi

#ifndef _XHTTP_PI_H
#define _XHTTP_PI_H

#include "../../str.h"
#include "../../parser/msg_parser.h"


/** Representation of the xhttp_pi reply being constructed.
 * This data structure describes the xhttp_pi reply that is being constructed
 * and will be sent to the client.
struct xhttp_pi_reply {
	int code;	/**< Reply code which indicates the type of the reply */
	str reason;	/**< Reason phrase text which provides human-readable
			 * description that augments the reply code */
	str body;	/**< The xhttp_pi http body built so far */
	str buf;	/**< The memory buffer allocated for the reply, this is
			 * where the body attribute of the structure points to */

/** The context of the xhttp_pi request being processed.
 * This is the data structure that contains all data related to the xhttp_pi
 * request being processed, such as the reply code and reason, data to be sent
 * to the client in the reply, and so on.
 * There is always one context per xhttp_pi request.
typedef struct pi_ctx {
	sip_msg_t* msg;			/**< The SIP/HTTP received message. */
	struct xhttp_pi_reply reply;	/**< xhttp_pi reply to be sent to the client */
	int reply_sent;
	int mod;			/**< Module being processed */
	int cmd;			/**< PI command being processed */
	int arg_received;		/**< PI argument flag */
	str arg;			/**< PI command argument */
} pi_ctx_t;