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// Copyright 2019 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
#include <string>
namespace remoting {
// Normalizes |id|. If |id| is an FTL ID then the email part will be
// canonicalized. Otherwise it will simply convert case-insensitive parts (node
// and domain) to lower-case.
std::string NormalizeSignalingId(const std::string& id);
// Returns the canonical email for the given email. Note that this only works
// for email address and does not work for full signaling ID.
// Canonicalizes by:
// * changing to lowercase
// * removing all dots if this is a or domain
// * normalize email domain to
std::string GetCanonicalEmail(std::string email);
// Splits a signaling ID into a the email and a resource suffix. Either
// |full_id|, |resource|, or both may be null. If |full_id| is already an email
// address, |resource| is set to the empty string. Returns true if |full_id|
// has a resource, false if not.
// e.g. "user@domain/resource" -> "user@domain", "resource", true
// "user@domain" -> "user@domain", "", false
bool SplitSignalingIdResource(const std::string& full_id,
std::string* email,
std::string* resource);
} // namespace remoting