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/****************************************************************************
* NCSA Mosaic for the X Window System *
* Software Development Group *
* National Center for Supercomputing Applications *
* University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign *
* 605 E. Springfield, Champaign IL 61820 *
* mosaic@ncsa.uiuc.edu *
* *
* Copyright (C) 1993, Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois *
* *
* NCSA Mosaic software, both binary and source (hereafter, Software) is *
* copyrighted by The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois *
* (UI), and ownership remains with the UI. *
* *
* The UI grants you (hereafter, Licensee) a license to use the Software *
* for academic, research and internal business purposes only, without a *
* fee. Licensee may distribute the binary and source code (if released) *
* to third parties provided that the copyright notice and this statement *
* appears on all copies and that no charge is associated with such *
* copies. *
* *
* Licensee may make derivative works. However, if Licensee distributes *
* any derivative work based on or derived from the Software, then *
* Licensee will (1) notify NCSA regarding its distribution of the *
* derivative work, and (2) clearly notify users that such derivative *
* work is a modified version and not the original NCSA Mosaic *
* distributed by the UI. *
* *
* Any Licensee wishing to make commercial use of the Software should *
* contact the UI, c/o NCSA, to negotiate an appropriate license for such *
* commercial use. Commercial use includes (1) integration of all or *
* part of the source code into a product for sale or license by or on *
* behalf of Licensee to third parties, or (2) distribution of the binary *
* code or source code to third parties that need it to utilize a *
* commercial product sold or licensed by or on behalf of Licensee. *
* *
* UI MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT THE SUITABILITY OF THIS SOFTWARE FOR *
* ANY PURPOSE. IT IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT EXPRESS OR IMPLIED *
* WARRANTY. THE UI SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES SUFFERED BY THE *
* USERS OF THIS SOFTWARE. *
* *
* By using or copying this Software, Licensee agrees to abide by the *
* copyright law and all other applicable laws of the U.S. including, but *
* not limited to, export control laws, and the terms of this license. *
* UI shall have the right to terminate this license immediately by *
* written notice upon Licensee's breach of, or non-compliance with, any *
* of its terms. Licensee may be held legally responsible for any *
* copyright infringement that is caused or encouraged by Licensee's *
* failure to abide by the terms of this license. *
* *
* Comments and questions are welcome and can be sent to *
* mosaic-x@ncsa.uiuc.edu. *
****************************************************************************/
#include "../config.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#ifndef VMS
#include <sys/wait.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/resource.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#endif
#include <errno.h>
#include <string.h>
#ifndef VMS
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <sys/uio.h>
#include <pwd.h>
#endif
#ifdef RS6000
#include <sys/select.h>
#endif
#ifdef VMS
#include <ctype.h>
#include <descrip.h>
#include <file.h>
#include <lib$routines.h>
#include <lnmdef.h>
#include <starlet.h>
#include <stat.h>
#include <types.h>
#include <unixio.h>
#define $NEW_DESCRIPTOR(name) \
struct dsc$descriptor_s name = { \
0, DSC$K_DTYPE_T, DSC$K_CLASS_S, 0 \
}
#endif
#include "system.h"
/* Use builtin strdup when appropriate -- code duplicated in tcp.h. PGE */
#if defined(ultrix) || defined(VMS) || defined(NeXT)
extern char *strdup(char *str);
#endif
#ifndef VMS
extern int errno;
#endif
#ifndef DISABLE_TRACE
int nutTrace=0;
#endif
int sleep_interrupt=0;
int my_system(char *cmd, char *retBuf, int bufsize);
char *my_strerror(int errornum);
char **buildArgv(char *cmd, int *new_argc);
char *findProgram(char *pname,char *spath);
int my_sleep(int length, int interrupt);
/*#define STANDALONE /* */
#undef STANDALONE /* */
#ifdef STANDALONE
#ifndef VMS /* Completely different tests needed under VMS. PGE */
char *userPath={"/bin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/usr/sbin"};
int main(int argc, char **argv) {
int retValue;
char *cmd, *fnam, *lpr;
char buf[BUFSIZ];
if (argc==3) {
if (my_sleep(atoi(argv[1]),atoi(argv[2]))) {
printf("Interrupted\n");
}
else {
printf("Not Interrupted\n");
}
exit(0);
}
lpr = (char *)malloc (50);
strcpy(lpr,"dsfs/usr/ucb/lpr");
fnam = (char *)malloc (50);
strcpy(fnam,"/sdlfjsdusr5/spowers/.cshrc");
cmd = (char *)malloc ((strlen (lpr) + strlen (fnam) + 24));
sprintf (cmd, "%s %s", lpr, fnam);
printf("Executing '%s'.\n",cmd);
if ((retValue=my_system(cmd,buf,BUFSIZ))!=SYS_SUCCESS) {
printf("-----\nError Code [%d]\n-----\n",retValue);
}
if (buf && *buf) {
printf("------\n%s-----\n",buf);
}
else {
printf("------\nNo output.\n------\n");
}
}
#else
/* Copied from mo-www.c PGE */
#if defined(ultrix) || defined(VMS) || defined(NeXT) || defined(M4310) || defined(vax)
char *strdup(char *str) {
char *dup;
if(!str)
return NULL;
dup = (char *)malloc(strlen (str) + 1);
if(!dup)
return NULL;
dup = strcpy(dup, str);
return dup;
}
#endif
int main(int argc, char **argv) {
int retValue;
char *home_dir;
char buffer [256];
char **argv2;
int argc2;
retValue = get_home (&home_dir);
printf ("Home = \"%s\"\n retValue = %d\n\n", home_dir, retValue);
free (home_dir);
if (file_exists ("sys$login:login.com"))
printf ("The file sys$login:login.com exists\n");
else
printf ("The file sys$login:login.com does not exist\n");
if (file_exists ("sys$login:ipserngipnfb.sadfghth"))
printf ("The file sys$login:ipserngipnfb.sadfghth exists\n\n");
else
printf ("The file sys$login:ipserngipnfb.sadfghth does not exist\n\n");
buffer [0] = '\0';
retValue = my_system ("kdshlkw", buffer, 256);
printf ("my_system kdshlkw\n");
printf (" gave \"%s\"\n retValue = %d\n\n", buffer, retValue);
buffer [0] = '\0';
retValue = my_system ("dir *.*;0", buffer, 256);
printf ("my_system dir *.*;0\n");
printf (" gave \"%s\"\n retValue = %d\n\n", buffer, retValue);
buffer [0] = '\0';
retValue = my_copy ("argjhsrghjajh", "oijfdgath",
buffer, 256, TRUE);
printf ("my_copy argjhsrghjajh to oijfdgath\n");
printf (" gave \"%s\"\n retValue = %d\n\n", buffer, retValue);
buffer [0] = '\0';
retValue = my_copy ("sys$login:login.com", "sys$login:login.copy",
buffer, 256, TRUE);
printf ("my_copy sys$login:login.com to sys$login:login.copy\n");
printf (" gave \"%s\"\n retValue = %d\n\n", buffer, retValue);
printf ("Starting 5 second sleep\n");
retValue = my_sleep (5, TRUE);
printf ("Ending 5 second sleep\n retValue = %d\n\n", retValue);
printf ("errno == 1 => \"%s\"\n\n", my_strerror (1));
argv2 = buildArgv("abc def", &argc2);
printf ("\"abc def\" => argc %d, argv [0] \"%s\", argv [1] \"%s\"\n\n",
argc2, argv2 [0], argv2 [1]);
free (*argv);
free (argv);
buffer [0] = '\0';
retValue = my_move ("sys$login:login.copy", "sys$login:login.move",
buffer, 256, TRUE);
printf ("my_move sys$login:login.copy to sys$login:login.move\n");
printf (" gave %s\n retValue = %d\n\n", buffer, retValue);
retValue = my_system ("diff sys$login:login.com sys$login:login.move", buffer, 256);
retValue = my_system ("delete/log/noconf sys$login:login.move;*", buffer, 256);
buffer [0] = '\0';
retValue = my_move ("sys$manager:sylogin.com", "sys$login:sylogin.move",
buffer, 256, TRUE);
printf ("my_move sys$manager:sylogin.com to sys$login:sylogin.move\n");
printf (" gave %s\n retValue = %d\n\n", buffer, retValue);
retValue = my_system ("diff sys$manager:sylogin.com sys$login:sylogin.move", buffer, 256);
retValue = my_system ("dir/full sys$login:sylogin.move", buffer, 256);
retValue = my_system ("delete/log/noconf sys$login:sylogin.move;*", buffer, 256);
}
#endif /*!VMS*/
#else
extern char *userPath;
#endif
/*
* Written by: Scott Powers and Brad Viviano
*
* Takes a string command, executes the command, returns the output of
* the command (if any) in retBuf (passed in and pre-allocated).
*
* Returns one of the following:
* SYS_SUCCESS - The command executed without incident. Note, this does not
* necessarily mean the command was successful...e.g. some systems have
* a shell script for "lpr". In this case, the shell that runs "lpr" will
* execute fine, but the command "lp" which "lpr" calls may still fail.
* SYS_NO_COMMAND - There was no command provided.
* SYS_FORK_FAIL - The fork failed.
* SYS_PROGRAM_FAILED - The exec could not start the program.
* SYS_NO_RETBUF - There was no retBuf allocated.
* SYS_FCNTL_FAILED - The set of NON_BLOCK on the parent end of the pipe
* failed.
*/
int my_system(char *cmd, char *retBuf, int bufsize) {
#ifndef VMS /* PGE */
char **sys_argv=NULL;
int sys_argc;
pid_t pid;
int status,statusloc;
int fds[2];
char buf[BUFSIZ];
char *path=NULL;
if (!retBuf) {
return(SYS_NO_RETBUF);
}
*retBuf='\0';
if (!cmd || !*cmd) {
return(SYS_NO_COMMAND);
}
pipe(fds);
if (fcntl(fds[0],F_SETFL,O_NONBLOCK)==(-1)) {
#ifndef DISABLE_TRACE
if (nutTrace) {
perror("fcntl-nonblock");
}
#endif
return(SYS_FCNTL_FAILED);
}
if ((pid=fork())==(-1)) {
return(SYS_FORK_FAIL);
}
else if (pid==0) {
/*in child -- so don't worry about frees*/
sys_argv=buildArgv(cmd, &sys_argc);
dup2(fds[1],1);
dup2(fds[1],2);
if (sys_argv!=NULL) {
if (sys_argv[0] && sys_argv[0][0] && sys_argv[0][0]=='/') {
path=strdup(sys_argv[0]);
}
else {
path=findProgram(sys_argv[0],userPath);
}
execv(path,sys_argv);
#ifndef DISABLE_TRACE
if (nutTrace) {
fprintf(stderr,"Exec of %s failed!\n",cmd);
perror("exec");
}
#endif
}
else {
#ifndef DISABLE_TRACE
if (nutTrace) {
fprintf(stderr,"Could not build argv for [%s].\n",cmd);
}
#endif
}
exit(1); /*child*/
}
else {
int n;
/*in parent*/
status=wait(&statusloc);
n=read(fds[0],retBuf,bufsize-1);
if (n>0) {
retBuf[n]='\0';
}
else {
*retBuf='\0';
}
close(fds[0]);
close(fds[1]);
if (*retBuf) {
return(SYS_PROGRAM_FAILED);
}
return(SYS_SUCCESS);
}
#else /* VMS -- PGE */
unsigned int status;
unsigned int completion_status;
if (!retBuf) {
return(SYS_NO_RETBUF);
}
*retBuf='\0';
if (!cmd || !*cmd) {
return(SYS_NO_COMMAND);
}
{
$NEW_DESCRIPTOR (cmd_desc);
$NEW_DESCRIPTOR (retBuf_desc);
unsigned short int string_end;
cmd_desc.dsc$w_length = strlen (cmd);
cmd_desc.dsc$a_pointer = cmd;
retBuf_desc.dsc$w_length = bufsize - 1;
retBuf_desc.dsc$a_pointer = retBuf;
status = lib$spawn (&cmd_desc, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, &completion_status);
if (status != 1)
return(SYS_FORK_FAIL);
if ((completion_status & 1) != 1)
{
status = sys$getmsg (completion_status, &string_end, &retBuf_desc, 15, 0);
retBuf [string_end] = '\0';
}
}
return(SYS_SUCCESS);
#endif
}
/*
* Written by: Scott Powers
*
* findProgram takes a program name and a path and searches it until:
* a) The program name is found, at which time the full path is returned.
* b) The end of the search path comes about, at which time NULL is returned.
*
*/
char *findProgram(char *pname,char *spath) {
#ifndef VMS /* Always return NULL on VMS. PGE */
char *start=NULL,*ptr=NULL,*endptr=NULL;
char tryit[BUFSIZ];
struct stat buf;
if (!spath || !*spath || !pname || !*pname) {
return(NULL);
}
start=spath;
while (start && *start) {
ptr=start;
endptr=strchr(start,':');
if (endptr) {
start=endptr+1;
*endptr='\0';
}
else {
start=NULL;
}
sprintf(tryit,"%s/%s",ptr,pname);
if (!stat(tryit,&buf)) {
return(strdup(tryit));
}
}
#endif /* VMS, PGE */
return(NULL);
}
/*
* Written by: Scott Powers
*
* This will effectively get rid of the problem with using "/bin/mv" as it
* first tries to use "rename". If that fails, it stores the error report
* and then tries to actually copy the file. If that fails, it stores the
* error report. If the copy fails then we return an error as well as copying
* both error reports into "retBuf" so they can be displayed to the user.
*
* If "overwrite" is true, the destination file will automatically be
* overwritten. If it is false and the file exists, my_move will return
* SYS_FILE_EXISTS. It is up to the programmer to tell the user this.
*
* Return Values:
* SYS_NO_SRC_FILE -- There was no source filename specified.
* SYS_NO_DEST_FILE -- There was no destination filename specified.
* SYS_NO_RETBUF -- There was no retBuf specified (not allocated).
* SYS_DEST_EXISTS -- Overwrite was off and the destination exists.
* SYS_NO_MEMORY -- No memory to allocate with.
* SYS_SRC_OPEN_FAIL -- Open failed on the source file.
* SYS_DEST_OPEN_FAIL -- Open failed on the destination file.
* SYS_READ_FAIL -- The read call failed.
* SYS_WRITE_FAIL -- The write call failed.
* SYS_SUCCESS -- Success.
*/
int my_move(char *src, char *dest, char *retBuf, int bufsize, int overwrite) {
int status, n_src=1, n_dest=1, fd_src, fd_dest, ret;
char *rename_error=NULL, *copy_error=NULL;
struct stat dest_stat;
if (!retBuf) {
return(SYS_NO_RETBUF);
}
if (!src || !*src) {
strcpy(retBuf,"There was no source file specified.\n");
return(SYS_NO_SRC_FILE);
}
if (!dest || !*dest) {
strcpy(retBuf,"There was no destination file specified.\n");
return(SYS_NO_DEST_FILE);
}
*retBuf='\0';
if (!overwrite) {
#if defined(MULTINET) && defined(__alpha)
if (decc$stat(dest,&dest_stat)) {
#else
if (stat(dest,&dest_stat)) {
#endif /* Alpha DEC C couldn't find it otherwise ?????, GEC */
sprintf(retBuf,"Stat [%s] error:\n File already exists.\n",dest);
return(SYS_DEST_EXISTS);
}
}
if ((status=rename(src,dest))==(-1)) {
/*manual copy -- prolly accross partitions*/
rename_error=strdup(my_strerror(errno));
if (!rename_error) {
strcpy(retBuf,"There was no enough memory allocate.\n");
return(SYS_NO_MEMORY);
}
#if 0
if ((fd_src=open(src,O_RDONLY))==(-1)) {
copy_error=strdup(my_strerror(errno));
if (!copy_error) {
free(rename_error);
strcpy(retBuf,"There was no enough memory allocate.\n");
return(SYS_NO_MEMORY);
}
if (strlen(rename_error)>bufsize) {
fprintf(stderr,"%s\n",rename_error);
}
else {
sprintf(retBuf,"Rename([%s] to [%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",src,dest,rename_error);
}
free(rename_error);
if (strlen(copy_error)>(bufsize-strlen(retBuf))) {
fprintf(stderr,"%s\n",copy_error);
}
else {
sprintf(retBuf,"%sCopy([%s] to [%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",retBuf,src,dest,copy_error);
}
free(copy_error);
return(SYS_SRC_OPEN_FAIL);
}
if ((fd_dest=open(dest,O_WRONLY|O_CREAT,0644))==(-1)) {
copy_error=strdup(my_strerror(errno));
if (!copy_error) {
free(rename_error);
strcpy(retBuf,"There was no enough memory allocate.\n");
return(SYS_NO_MEMORY);
}
if (strlen(rename_error)>bufsize) {
fprintf(stderr,"%s\n",rename_error);
}
else {
sprintf(retBuf,"Rename([%s] to [%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",src,dest,rename_error);
}
free(rename_error);
if (strlen(copy_error)>(bufsize-strlen(retBuf))) {
fprintf(stderr,"%s\n",copy_error);
}
else {
sprintf(retBuf,"%sCopy([%s] to [%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",retBuf,src,dest,copy_error);
}
free(copy_error);
close(fd_src);
return(SYS_DEST_OPEN_FAIL);
}
/*both file open and ready*/
while (n_src>0) {
n_src=read(fd_src,buf,BUFSIZ-1);
if (n_src>0) {
n_dest=write(fd_dest,buf,n_src);
if (n_dest>0) {
continue;
}
close(fd_src);
close(fd_dest);
sprintf(retBuf,"Write([%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",dest,my_strerror(errno));
return(SYS_WRITE_FAIL);
}
if (!n_src) {
continue;
}
close(fd_src);
close(fd_dest);
sprintf(retBuf,"Read([%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",src,my_strerror(errno));
return(SYS_READ_FAIL);
}
close(fd_src);
close(fd_dest);
#endif
if ((ret=my_copy(src, dest, retBuf, bufsize, overwrite))==SYS_SUCCESS) {
/* Now get rid of previous file */
unlink(src);
}
return(ret);
}
/* Now get rid of previous file */
unlink(src);
return(SYS_SUCCESS);
}
/*
* Written by: Scott Powers
*
* Some systems do not have a "strerror" function. This covers all the bases.
*/
char *my_strerror(int errornum)
{
return(strerror(errornum));
}
/*
* Written by: Brad Viviano and Scott Powers
*
* Takes a 1d string and turns it into a 2d array of strings.
*
* Watch out for the frees! You must free(*argv) and then free(argv)! NOTHING
* ELSE!! Do _NOT_ free the individual args of argv.
*/
char **buildArgv(char *cmd, int *new_argc) {
char **new_argv=NULL;
char *buf=NULL,*tmp=NULL;
int i=0;
if (!cmd && !*cmd) {
*new_argc=0;
return(NULL);
}
for(tmp=cmd; isspace(*tmp); tmp++);
buf=strdup(tmp);
if (!buf) {
*new_argc=0;
return(NULL);
}
tmp=buf;
new_argv=(char **)calloc(1,sizeof(char *));
if (!new_argv) {
free(buf);
*new_argc=0;
return(NULL);
}
new_argv[0]=NULL;
while (*tmp) {
if (!isspace(*tmp)) { /*found the begining of a word*/
new_argv[i]=tmp;
for (; *tmp && !isspace(*tmp); tmp++);
if (*tmp) {
*tmp='\0';
tmp++;
}
i++;
new_argv=(char **)realloc(new_argv,((i+1)*sizeof(char *)));
new_argv[i]=NULL;
}
else {
tmp++;
}
}
*new_argc=i;
return(new_argv);
}
/*
* Written by: Scott Powers
*
* Takes an integer which is the number of seconds to sleep and an integer
* which is a boolean for whether to interrupt the sleep or not.
*
* This function sleeps for X seconds. It is interruptable.
*
* Returns a 1 of interrupted (and allowed to interrupt) or 0 when done
* sleeping.
*
* Note that this is not _really_ _truly_ _exact_ as it is does perform some
* condition checking inbetween each 100 milliseconds. But...it's pretty
* darn close.
*/
int my_sleep(int length, int interrupt) {
int count=0;
int num;
#ifndef VMS /* PGE */
struct timeval timeout;
#else
unsigned char interval [8]; /* 64 bit VMS time */
char string_interval_data [] = "0 00:00:00.10"; /* 100msec. */
$NEW_DESCRIPTOR (string_interval);
string_interval.dsc$w_length = strlen (string_interval_data);
string_interval.dsc$a_pointer = string_interval_data;
/* Convert string time into binary format. */
sys$bintim (&string_interval, &interval);
#endif
sleep_interrupt=0;
length*=1000000;
while (count<length) {
#ifndef VMS /* PGE */
timeout.tv_sec=0;
timeout.tv_usec=100000;
select(0, NULL, NULL, NULL, &timeout);
#else
/* Sleep for 100 msec. */
sys$schdwk (0, 0, &interval, 0);
sys$hiber ();
#endif
count+=100000;
if (interrupt && sleep_interrupt) {
return(1);
}
}
return(0);
}
/*
* Written by: Tommy Reilly
*
* Simple function that stat's a file to see if it exists.
*
* Simple returns 1 or 0.
*/
int file_exists(char* name)
{
struct stat buf;
if(!name)
return(0);
#if defined(MULTINET) && defined(__alpha)
if(!decc$stat(name, &buf)) {
#else
if(!stat(name, &buf)) {
#endif
return(1);
}
return(0);
}
/*
* Written by: Tommy Reilly (with major code snarfing from Scott Powers)
*
* This is essentially Scott's my_move function re-written without rename
* and without erasing the source file.
*
* If "overwrite" is true, the destination file will automatically be
* overwritten. If it is false and the file exists, my_move will return
* SYS_FILE_EXISTS. It is up to the programmer to tell the user this.
*
* Return Values:
* SYS_NO_SRC_FILE -- There was no source filename specified.
* SYS_NO_DEST_FILE -- There was no destination filename specified.
* SYS_DEST_EXISTS -- Overwrite was off and the destination exists.
* SYS_NO_MEMORY -- No memory to allocate with.
* SYS_SRC_OPEN_FAIL -- Open failed on the source file.
* SYS_INTERNAL_FAIL -- Error occured that user doesn't want to know about.
* SYS_SUCCESS -- Success.
*/
int my_copy(char *src, char *dest, char *retBuf, int bufsize, int overwrite)
{
int status, n_src=1, n_dest=1, fd_src, fd_dest;
char *copy_error=NULL;
#ifndef VMS /* No need to allocate large variables if not used. PGE */
char buf[BUFSIZ];
#endif
struct stat dest_stat;
#ifdef VMS /* PGE, Added for new code below. */
char *cmd;
int ret;
#endif
if (!retBuf)
{
return(SYS_NO_RETBUF);
}
if (!src || !*src)
{
strcpy(retBuf,"There was no source file specified.\n");
return(SYS_NO_SRC_FILE);
}
if (!dest || !*dest)
{
strcpy(retBuf,"There was no destination file specified.\n");
return(SYS_NO_DEST_FILE);
}
*retBuf='\0';
if (!overwrite)
{
#if defined(MULTINET) && defined(__alpha)
if (decc$stat(dest,&dest_stat))
#else
if (stat(dest,&dest_stat))
#endif
{
sprintf(retBuf,"Stat [%s] error:\n File already exists.\n",dest);
return(SYS_DEST_EXISTS);
}
}
#ifndef VMS /* Must copy file header as well as contents. PGE */
if ((fd_src=open(src,O_RDONLY))==(-1))
{
copy_error=strdup(my_strerror(errno));
if (!copy_error)
{
strcpy(retBuf,"There was not enough memory allocate.\n");
return(SYS_NO_MEMORY);
}
if (strlen(copy_error)>(bufsize-strlen(retBuf)))
{
fprintf(stderr,"%s\n",copy_error);
}
else
{
sprintf(retBuf,"%sCopy([%s] to [%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",retBuf,src,dest,copy_error);
}
free(copy_error);
return(SYS_SRC_OPEN_FAIL);
}
if ((fd_dest=open(dest,O_WRONLY|O_CREAT,0644))==(-1))
{
copy_error=strdup(my_strerror(errno));
if (!copy_error)
{
strcpy(retBuf,"There was not enough memory allocate.\n");
return(SYS_NO_MEMORY);
}
if (strlen(copy_error)>(bufsize-strlen(retBuf)))
{
fprintf(stderr,"%s\n",copy_error);
}
else
{
sprintf(retBuf,"%sCopy([%s] to [%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",retBuf,src,dest,copy_error);
}
free(copy_error);
close(fd_src);
return(SYS_DEST_OPEN_FAIL);
}
/*both files open and ready*/
while (n_src>0)
{
n_src=read(fd_src,buf,BUFSIZ-1);
if (n_src>0)
{
n_dest=write(fd_dest,buf,n_src);
if (n_dest>0)
{
continue;
}
close(fd_src);
close(fd_dest);
sprintf(retBuf,"Write([%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",dest,my_strerror(errno));
return(SYS_WRITE_FAIL);
}
if (!n_src)
{
continue;
}
close(fd_src);
close(fd_dest);
sprintf(retBuf,"Read([%s]) error:\n %s\n\n",src,my_strerror(errno));
return(SYS_READ_FAIL);
}
close(fd_src);
close(fd_dest);
#else /* VMS, PGE */
cmd = malloc(sizeof(char) * (20 + strlen(src) + strlen(dest)));
if(!cmd)
return(SYS_NO_MEMORY);
sprintf(cmd, "copy$$/noconf/nolog %s %s", src, dest);
ret = my_system(cmd, retBuf, bufsize);
free(cmd);
return ret;
#endif /* VMS, PGE */
return(SYS_SUCCESS);
}
/*
* Written by: Tommy Reilly (originally by Scott Powers I think)
*
* This is a function that finds the users home directory.
*
* Return Values:
* SYS_NO_MEMORY -- No memory to allocate with.
* SYS_INTERNAL_FAIL -- Not an error that user would want to know about.
* SYS_SUCCESS -- Success.
*/
int get_home(char **ret)
{
#ifndef VMS /* PGE */
char *home = NULL;
struct passwd *pwdent;
if(!(home = getenv("HOME")))
{
if (!(pwdent=getpwuid(getuid())))
{
fprintf(stderr, "Could not find home dir.\n");
*ret=NULL;
return(SYS_INTERNAL_FAIL);
}
else
{
/*
home = malloc(sizeof(char) * (strlen(pwdent->pw_dir) + 1));
if(!home) {
*ret=NULL;
return(SYS_NO_MEMORY);
}
strcpy(home, pwdent->pw_dir);
*/
home=strdup(pwdent->pw_dir);
}
}
else {
home=strdup(home);
}
if(home)
*ret = home; /* he better free it */
else
{
*ret = NULL;
return(SYS_INTERNAL_FAIL);
}
#else /* VMS, PGE */
typedef struct {
unsigned short int length;
unsigned short int code;
char *buffer;
unsigned short int *return_length;
} ITEMLIST;
int status;
ITEMLIST item_list [2];
char translated_home_data [256];
unsigned short int translated_home_length;
char logical_table_data [] = "LNM$FILE_DEV";
char home_data [] = "SYS$LOGIN";
$NEW_DESCRIPTOR (logical_table);
$NEW_DESCRIPTOR (home_logical);
/* Setup values to pass into sys$trnlnm */
logical_table.dsc$w_length = strlen(logical_table_data);
logical_table.dsc$a_pointer = logical_table_data;
home_logical.dsc$w_length = strlen(home_data);
home_logical.dsc$a_pointer = home_data;
/* Setup values to return from sys$trnlnm */
item_list[0].code = LNM$_STRING;
item_list[0].length = 256;
item_list[0].buffer = translated_home_data;
item_list[0].return_length = &translated_home_length;
item_list[1].code = 0;
item_list[1].length = 0;
/* translate SYS$LOGIN logical to DISK:[DIRECTORY] */
status = sys$trnlnm (0, &logical_table, &home_logical, 0, item_list);
if (status != 1)
{
printf ("Status = %d", status);
return(SYS_INTERNAL_FAIL);
}
/* Convert to null terminated C style string. */
translated_home_data [translated_home_length] = '\0';
*ret = strdup(translated_home_data); /* he better free it */
if(!(*ret))
return(SYS_NO_MEMORY);
#endif /* VMS, PGE */
return(SYS_SUCCESS);
}
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