I’m having an issue saving files that I’m downloading from Amazon S3. On S3, files are stored at random URLs (e.g.
https://sb-browser-test.s3.amazonaws.com/A6nDk8C5U6ST5hYbos4qcurr). The original names of these files are available in the response-content-disposition parameter of the HTTP request.
So, essentially, I have a URL that looks like this:
… and I want to save the contents to a file named
I know I can extract the response-content-disposition with
url.getParameterValues(). The extracted parameter value looks like this
inline; filename="AMS-NL2-9.9.flac"; filename*=UTF-8''AMS-NL2-9.9.flac
My question is: how do I get the filename (
AMS-NL2-9.9.flac ) out of this parameter value? Does anyone know a reliable method to extract the filename from the string above? Does JUCE have a built-in function to do this? Or would I be better off writing my own Regexp, or looking in another library, like Boost? Any advice is most welcome.