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programming and writing about it about articles books personal projects dissecting golang's handlerfunc, handle and defaultservemux published: wed 26 april 2017 by amit saha in golang. my aim in this post is to discuss three "concepts" in golang that i come across while writing http servers. through this post, my aim to get rid of my own lack of understanding (at least to a certain degree) about these. hopefully, it will be of use to others too. the code references are from src/net/http/server.go. the http.listenandserve(..) function is the most straightforward approach to start a http 1.1 server. the following code does just that: package main import ( "log" "net/http" ) func main() { log.fatal(http.listenandserve(":8080", nil)) } what is the nil second argument above? the documentation states that the second argument to the function should be a "handler" and if it is specified as nil, it defaults to defaultservemux. what is defaultservemux? if we run our server above via go run server1.go, and send a couple of http get requests, we will see the following: $ curl localhost:8080 404 page not found $ curl localhost:8080/status/ 404 page not found this is because, we haven't specified how our server should handle requests to get the root ("/") - our first request or requests to get the "/status/" resource - our second request. before we see how we could fix that, let's understand how the error message "404 page not found" is generated. the error message is generated from the function below in src/net/http/server.go specifically the notfoundhandler() "handler" function: // handler is the main implementation of handler. // the path is known to be in canonical form, except for connect methods. func (mux *servemux) handler(host, path string) (h handler, pattern string) { mux.mu.rlock() defer mux.mu.runlock() // host-specific pattern takes precedence over generic ones if mux.hosts { h, pattern = mux.match(host + path) } if h == nil { h, pattern = mux.match(path) } if h == nil { h, pattern = notfoundhandler(), "" } return } now, let's roughly see how our get request above reaches the above function. let us consider the function signature of the above handler function: func (mux *servemux) handler(host, path string) (h handler, pattern string). this function is a method belonging to the type servemux: // servemux also takes care of sanitizing the url request path, // redirecting any request containing . or .. elements or repeated slashes // to an equivalent, cleaner url. type servemux struct { mu sync.rwmutex m map[string]muxentry hosts bool // whether any patterns contain hostnames } type muxentry struct { explicit bool h handler pattern string } // newservemux allocates and returns a new servemux. func newservemux() *servemux { return new(servemux) } // defaultservemux is the default servemux used by serve. var defaultservemux = &defaultservemux var defaultservemux servemux so, how does defaultservemux get set when the second argument to listenandserve() is nil? the following code snippet has the answer: func (sh serverhandler) servehttp(rw responsewriter, req *request) { handler := sh.srv.handler if handler == nil { handler = defaultservemux } if req.requesturi == "*" && req.method == "options" { handler = globaloptionshandler{} } handler.servehttp(rw, req) } the above call to servehttp() calls the following implementation of servehttp(): // servehttp dispatches the request to the handler whose // pattern most closely matches the request url. func (mux *servemux) servehttp(w responsewriter, r *request) { if r.requesturi == "*" { if r.protoatleast(1, 1) { w.header().set("connection", "close") } w.writeheader(statusbadrequest) return } h, _ := mux.handler(r) h.servehttp(w, r) } the call to handler() function then calls the following implementation: // if there is no registered handler that applies to the request, // handler returns a ``page not found'' handler and an empty pattern. func (mux *servemux) handler(r *request) (h handler, pattern string) { if r.method != "connect" { if p := cleanpath(r.url.path); p != r.url.path { _, pattern = mux.handler(r.host, p) url := *r.url url.path = p return redirecthandler(url.string(), statusmovedpermanently), pattern } } return mux.handler(r.host, r.url.path) } // handler is the main implementation of handler. // the path is known to be in canonical form, except for connect methods. func (mux *servemux) handler(host, path string) (h handler, pattern string) { mux.mu.rlock() defer mux.mu.runlock() // host-specific pattern takes precedence over generic ones if mux.hosts { h, pattern = mux.match(host + path) } if h == nil { h, pattern = mux.match(path) } if h == nil { h, pattern = notfoundhandler(), "" } return } now, when we make a request to "/" or "/status/", no match is found by the mux.match() call above and hence the handler returned is the notfoundhandler whose servehttp() function is then called to return the "404 page not found" error message: // notfound replies to the request with an http 404 not found error. func notfound(w responsewriter, r *request) { error(w, "404 page not found", statusnotfound) } // notfoundhandler returns a simple request handler // that replies to each request with a ``404 page not found'' reply. func notfoundhandler() handler { return handlerfunc(notfound) } we will discuss how this "magic" happens in the next section. registering handlers let's now update our server code to handle "/" and "/status/": package main import "net/http" import "fmt" type mytype struct{} func (t *mytype) servehttp(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { fmt.fprintf(w, "hello there from mytype") } func statushandler(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { fmt.fprintf(w, "ok") } func main() { t := new(mytype) http.handle("/", t) http.handlefunc("/status/", statushandler) http.listenandserve(":8080", nil) } if we run the server and send the two requests above, we will see the following responses: $ curl localhost:8080 hello there from mytype $ curl localhost:8080/status/ ok let's now revisit how the right handler function gets called. in a code snippet above, we saw a call to the match() function which given a path returns the most appropriate registered handler for the path: // find a handler on a handler map given a path string // most-specific (longest) pattern wins func (mux *servemux) match(path string) (h handler, pattern string) { var n = 0 for k, v := range mux.m { if !pathmatch(k, path) { continue } if h == nil || len(k) > n { n = len(k) h = v.h pattern = v.pattern } } return } mux.m is a a map data structure defined in the servemux structure (snippet earlier in the post) which stores a mapping of a path and the handler we have registered for it. the handlefunc() type let's go back to the idea of "converting" any function with the signature func afunction(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) to the type "handlerfunc". any type which has a servehttp() method is said to implement the handler interface: type handlerfunc func(responsewriter, *request) // servehttp calls f(w, req). func (f handlerfunc) servehttp(w responsewriter, req *request) { f(w, req) } going back to the previous version of our server, we see how we do that: type mytype struct{} func (t *mytype) servehttp(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { fmt.fprintf(w, "hello there from mytype") } the servehttp() method of a handler is invoked when it has been registered as handling a particular path. let's look at what the call to handle() function does: // handle registers the handler for the given pattern // in the defaultservemux. // the documentation for servemux explains how patterns are matched. func handle(pattern string, handler handler) { defaultservemux.handle(pattern, handler) } // handle registers the handler for the given pattern. // if a handler already exists for pattern, handle panics. func (mux *servemux) handle(pattern string, handler handler) { mux.mu.lock() defer mux.mu.unlock() if pattern == "" { panic("http: invalid pattern " + pattern) } if handler == nil { panic("http: nil handler") } if mux.m[pattern].explicit { panic("http: multiple registrations for " + pattern) } if mux.m == nil { mux.m = make(map[string]muxentry) } mux.m[pattern] = muxentry{explicit: true, h: handler, pattern: pattern} if pattern[0] != '/' { mux.hosts = true } // helpful behavior: // if pattern is /tree/, insert an implicit permanent redirect for /tree. // it can be overridden by an explicit registration. n := len(pattern) if n > 0 && pattern[n-1] == '/' && !mux.m[pattern[0:n-1]].explicit { // if pattern contains a host name, strip it and use remaining // path for redirect. path := pattern if pattern[0] != '/' { // in pattern, at least the last character is a '/', so // strings.index can't be -1. path = pattern[strings.index(pattern, "/"):] } url := &url.url{path: path} mux.m[pattern[0:n-1]] = muxentry{h: redirecthandler(url.string(), statusmovedpermanently), pattern: pattern} } } it can feel cumbersome to define a type implementing the handler interface for every path we want to register a handler for. hence, a convenience function, handlefunc() is provided to register any function which has a specified signature as a handler function. for example: http.handlefunc("/status/", statushandler) now, let's look at what the call to handlefunc() function does: // handlefunc registers the handler function for the given pattern // in the defaultservemux. // the documentation for servemux explains how patterns are matched. func handlefunc(pattern string, handler func(responsewriter, *request)) { defaultservemux.handlefunc(pattern, handler) } // handlefunc registers the handler function for the given pattern. func (mux *servemux) handlefunc(pattern string, handler func(responsewriter, *request)) { mux.handle(pattern, handlerfunc(handler)) } // the handlerfunc type is an adapter to allow the use of // ordinary functions as http handlers. if f is a function // with the appropriate signature, handlerfunc(f) is a // handler object that calls f. type handlerfunc func(responsewriter, *request) // servehttp calls f(w, req). func (f handlerfunc) servehttp(w responsewriter, req *request) { f(w, req) } the call to the http.handlefunc() function "converts" the provided function to the handlefunc() type and then calls the (mux *servemux) handle() function similar to what happens when we call the handle() function. the idea of this conversion is explained in the effective go guide and this blog post. using your own handler with listenandserve() earlier in this post, we saw how passsing nil to listenandserve() function sets the handler to defaultservemux. the handlers we register via handle() and handlefunc() are then added to this object. hence, we could without changing any functionality rewrite our server as follows: package main import "net/http" import "fmt" type mytype struct{} func (t *mytype) servehttp(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { fmt.fprintf(w, "hello there from mytype") } func statushandler(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { fmt.fprintf(w, "ok") } func main() { mux := http.newservemux() t := new(mytype) mux.handle("/", t) mux.handlefunc("/status/", statushandler) http.listenandserve(":8080", mux) } we create an object of type servemux via mux := http.newservemux(), register our handlers calling the same two functions, but those that are defined for the servemux object we created. the reason we may want to use our own handler with listenandserve() is demonstrated in the next section. writing middleware in our latest version of the server, we have specified our own handler to listenandserve(). one reason for doing so is when you want to execute some code for every request. that is: server gets a request for "/path/" execute some code handler for "/path/" gets called execute some code return the response to the client either of steps 2 or 4 or both may occur and this is where "middleware" comes in. our next version of the server demonstrates how we may implement this: package main import "net/http" import "fmt" import "log" type mytype struct{} func (t *mytype) servehttp(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { fmt.fprintf(w, "hello there from mytype") } func statushandler(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { fmt.fprintf(w, "ok") } func runsomecode(handler http.handler) http.handler { return http.handlerfunc(func(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { log.printf("got a %s request for: %v", r.method, r.url) handler.servehttp(w, r) // at this stage, our handler has "handled" the request // but we can still write to the client there // but we won't do that // xxx: we have the http status here, but we cannot access // it directly here // see next example (server5.go) log.println("handler finished processing request") }) } func main() { mux := http.newservemux() t := new(mytype) mux.handle("/", t) mux.handlefunc("/status/", statushandler) wrappedmux := runsomecode(mux) http.listenandserve(":8080", wrappedmux) } when we run the server and send it a couple of requests as above, we will see: 2017/04/24 17:53:03 got a get request for: / 2017/04/24 17:53:03 handler finished processing request 2017/04/24 17:53:05 got a get request for: /status 2017/04/24 17:53:05 handler finished processing request what we are doing above is we are "wrapping" our actual handler in another function runsomecode(handler http.handler) http.handler which satisfies the handler interface. in this function, we print a log message, then call the servehttp() method of our original handler, mux. once it returns from there, we are then printing another log message. as part of this middleware writing exercise, i also wanted to be able to print the http status of the response that we are sending but as the comment in the code states, there is no direct way to get the status via the responsewriter object. our next server example will fix this. rewrapping http.responsewriter it took me a while to write the next version of the server, and after reading through some mailing list postings and example code, i have a version which achieves what i wanted to be able to do via my middleware: package main import "net/http" import "fmt" import "log" type myresponsewriter struct { http.responsewriter code int } func (mw *myresponsewriter) header() http.header { return mw.responsewriter.header() } func (mw *myresponsewriter) writeheader(code int) { mw.code = code mw.responsewriter.writeheader(code) } type mytype struct{} func (t *mytype) servehttp(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { w.writeheader(http.statusok) fmt.fprintf(w, "hello there from mytype") } func statushandler(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { w.writeheader(http.statusok) fmt.fprintf(w, "ok") } func runsomecode(handler http.handler) http.handler { return http.handlerfunc(func(w http.responsewriter, r *http.request) { log.printf("got a %s request for: %v", r.method, r.url) myrw := &myresponsewriter{responsewriter: w, code: -1} handler.servehttp(myrw, r) log.println("response status: ", myrw.code) }) } func main() { mux := http.newservemux() t := new(mytype) mux.handle("/", t) mux.handlefunc("/status/", statushandler) wrappedmux := runsomecode(mux) log.fatal(http.listenandserve(":8080", wrappedmux)) } in the example above, i define a new type myresponsewriter which implements the http.responsewriter interface by implementing the three methods header(), write() and writeheader(). in bothe write() and writeheader(), i have some custom code that i execute before calling the corresponding method defined on the http.responsewriter() interface. then, in runsomecode(), instead of using the standard http.responsewriter() object that it was passed, i wrap it in a myresponsewriter type as follows: myrw := &myresponsewriter{responsewriter: w, code: -1} handler.servehttp(myrw, r) now, if we run the server, we will see log messages on the server as follows when we send it http get requests: 2017/04/25 17:33:06 got a get request for: /status/ 2017/04/25 17:33:06 response status: 200 2017/04/25 17:33:07 got a get request for: /status 2017/04/25 17:33:07 response status: 301 2017/04/25 17:33:10 got a get request for: / 2017/04/25 17:33:10 response status: 200 i will end this post with a question and perhaps the possible explanation: as i write above, it took me a while to figure out how to wrap http.responsewriter correctly so that i could get access to the http status that was being set. the solution that was discussed in this post to just implement the writeheader() method didn't work for me. writeheader() method implemented by my myresponsewriter() was never called except for then there was a redirect. i expected that the call to write() method of http.responsewriter() would invoke the version of writerheader() i implemented, but i cannot see any way that could happen from the code in net/http/server.go. so i think this is what's "implied" in this and all the other posts i have seen: the handler for the request must call writeheader() with the http status as the server code above does. it looks like soon there will be a direct way to get the http response status. references the following links helped me understand the above and write this post: http://jordanorelli.com/post/42369331748/function-types-in-go-golang https://golang.org/doc/effective_go.html#interface_methods https://gocodecloud.com/blog/2016/11/15/simple-golang-http-request-context-example/ https://www.slideshare.net/blinkingsquirrel/customising-your-own-web-framework-in-go other articles doing math with python humble bundle published: thu 06 april 2017 by amit saha in python. humble bundle read more introducing distributed tracing in your python application via zipkin published: tue 28 march 2017 by amit saha in python. distributed tracing is the idea of tracing a network request as it travels through your services, as it would be in a microservices based architecture. the primary reason you may want to do is to 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