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ZJU-JWB scraper

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pub trait JWService {
    type Err;
    async fn login(&self, stu_id: &str, password: &str) -> Result<String, Self::Err>;
    async fn get_course_info(&self, code: &str) -> Result<CourseInfo, Self::Err>;
    async fn get_courses(
        stu_id: &str,
        school_year: SchoolYear,
        semester: CourseSemester,
        cookie: &str,
    ) -> Result<Vec<Course>, Self::Err>;
    async fn get_exams(
        stu_id: &str,
        school_year: SchoolYear,
        semester: ExamSemester,
        cookie: &str,
    ) -> Result<Vec<Exam>, Self::Err>;
    async fn get_scores(&self, stu_id: &str, cookie: &str) -> Result<Vec<Score>, Self::Err>;
    async fn get_major_scores(
        stu_id: &str,
        cookie: &str,
    ) -> Result<Vec<MajorScore>, Self::Err>;
    async fn get_total_credit(&self, stu_id: &str, cookie: &str) -> Result<f32, Self::Err>;

The JWService is implemented for all types which implements interfacer_http::HttpClient.

You can refer to src/test.rs for all use cases.


You can use this crate with client feature, like this:

zju-jw-scraper = { version = "0.2", features = ["client"] }

Then, you can use default client provided by interfacer-http-hyper:

use zju_jw_scraper::{client::client, JWService};

async fn test_login() -> Result<(), Box<dyn std::error::Error>> {
    let service = client("http://jwbinfosys.zju.edu.cn".parse()?);
    let cookie = service.login("319000000", "test").await?;

However, the default client can only handle requests on HTTP, if you want to use other protocol like HTTPS, you need other Connect.

As the example connector:

use hyper_tls::HttpsConnector;
use zju_jw_scraper::{client::client_on, JWService};

async fn main() -> Result<(), Box<dyn std::error::Error>> {
    let service = client_on("https://jw.zjuqsc.com".parse()?, HttpsConnector::new()?);
    let cookie = service.login("319000000", "test").await?;


Run basic tests:

cargo test

To test this crate fully, create a config file test-settings.toml, and fill it referring to test-settings.toml.sample. Then run tests:

cargo test --all --all-features

As an alternative, you can configure tests using environment variables with prefix TEST_.

TEST_stu_id=3190000000 cargo test --all --all-features

Environment variables always have higher priority.