Checks whether the unmatched path of the RequestContext has a suffix matched by the given PathMatcher. Potentially extracts one or more values (depending on the type of the argument) but doesn’t consume its match from the unmatched path.


def pathSuffixTest[L <: HList](pm: PathMatcher[L]): Directive[L] 


This directive is very similar to the pathSuffix directive with the one difference that the path suffix it matched (if it matched) is not consumed. The unmatched path of the RequestContext is therefore left as is even in the case that the directive successfully matched and the request is passed on to its inner route.

As opposed to pathPrefixTest this directive matches and consumes the unmatched path from the right, i.e. the end.


For efficiency reasons, the given PathMatcher must match the desired suffix in reversed-segment order, i.e. pathSuffixTest("baz" / "bar") would match /foo/bar/baz! The order within a segment match is not reversed.

Depending on the type of its PathMatcher argument the pathSuffixTest directive extracts zero or more values from the URI. If the match fails the request is rejected with an empty rejection set.


val completeWithUnmatchedPath =
  unmatchedPath { p =>

val route =
  pathSuffixTest(Slash) {
  } ~

Get("/foo/") ~> route ~> check {
  responseAs[String] === "slashed"
Get("/foo") ~> route ~> check {
  responseAs[String] === "unslashed"