# ContentDisposition

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`ContentDisposition` helps properly formatting Content-Disposition headers.

Inspired by Ruby's [`content_disposition`]( gem,
this package formats a given disposition and optional filename to an acceptable value for the
`Content-Disposition` header. It takes care of encoding, escaping and adds an ASCII fallback.

## Examples

# Without filename
iex> ContentDisposition.format(disposition: :inline)

# With a filename, and disposition as a string
iex> ContentDisposition.format(disposition: "inline", filename: "kitten.jpg")
"inline; filename=\"kitten.jpg\"; filename*=UTF-8''kitten.jpg"

# With a UTF-8 filename as attachment
iex> ContentDisposition.format(disposition: :attachment, filename: "kïttéñ.jpg")
"attachment; filename=\"k%3Ftt%3F%3F.jpg\"; filename*=UTF-8''k%C3%AFtt%C3%A9%C3%B1.jpg"

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## Installation

Add `content_disposition` to your list of dependencies in `mix.exs`:

def deps do
  [{:content_disposition, "~> 1.0.0"}]

## License

ContentDisposition is licensed under the [MIT license]([./LICENSE](