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/** \file builtin.c
Functions for executing builtin functions.
How to add a new builtin function:
1). Create a function in builtin.c with the following signature:
<tt>static int builtin_NAME( wchar_t ** args )</tt>
where NAME is the name of the builtin, and args is a zero-terminated list of arguments.
2). Add a line like { L"NAME", &builtin_NAME, N_(L"Bla bla bla") }, to the builtin_data variable. The description is used by the completion system.
3). Create a file doc_src/NAME.txt, containing the manual for the builtin in Doxygen-format. Check the other builtin manuals for proper syntax.
4). Use 'darcs add doc_src/NAME.txt' to start tracking changes to the documentation file.
*/
#include "config.h"
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <wchar.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <termios.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <dirent.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <wctype.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <time.h>
#include "fallback.h"
#include "util.h"
#include "wutil.h"
#include "builtin.h"
#include "function.h"
#include "complete.h"
#include "proc.h"
#include "parser.h"
#include "reader.h"
#include "env.h"
#include "common.h"
#include "wgetopt.h"
#include "sanity.h"
#include "tokenizer.h"
#include "wildcard.h"
#include "input_common.h"
#include "input.h"
#include "intern.h"
#include "event.h"
#include "signal.h"
#include "exec.h"
#include "highlight.h"
#include "halloc.h"
#include "halloc_util.h"
#include "parse_util.h"
#include "parser_keywords.h"
#include "expand.h"
#include "path.h"
/**
The default prompt for the read command
*/
#define DEFAULT_READ_PROMPT L"set_color green; echo read; set_color normal; echo \"> \""
/**
The mode name to pass to history and input
*/
#define READ_MODE_NAME L"fish_read"
/**
The send stuff to foreground message
*/
#define FG_MSG _( L"Send job %d, '%ls' to foreground\n" )
/**
Datastructure to describe a builtin.
*/
typedef struct builtin_data
{
/**
Name of the builtin
*/
const wchar_t *name;
/**
Function pointer tothe builtin implementation
*/
int (*func)(wchar_t **argv);
/**
Description of what the builtin does
*/
const wchar_t *desc;
}
builtin_data_t;
/**
Table of all builtins
*/
static hash_table_t builtin;
int builtin_out_redirect;
int builtin_err_redirect;
/*
Buffers for storing the output of builtin functions
*/
string_buffer_t *sb_out=0, *sb_err=0;
/**
Stack containing builtin I/O for recursive builtin calls.
*/
static array_list_t io_stack;
/**
The file from which builtin functions should attempt to read, use
instead of stdin.
*/
static int builtin_stdin;
/**
Table containing descriptions for all builtins
*/
static hash_table_t *desc=0;
/**
The underlying IO redirections behind the current builtin. This
should normally not be used - sb_out and friends are already
configured to handle everything.
*/
static io_data_t *real_io;
/**
Counts the number of non null pointers in the specified array
*/
static int builtin_count_args( wchar_t **argv )
{
int argc = 1;
while( argv[argc] != 0 )
{
argc++;
}
return argc;
}
/**
This function works like wperror, but it prints its result into
the sb_err string_buffer_t instead of to stderr. Used by the builtin
commands.
*/
static void builtin_wperror( const wchar_t *s)
{
if( s != 0 )
{
sb_append( sb_err, s, L": ", (void *)0 );
}
char *err = strerror( errno );
wchar_t *werr = str2wcs( err );
if( werr )
{
sb_append( sb_err, werr, L"\n", (void *)0 );
free( werr );
}
}
/**
Count the number of times the specified character occurs in the specified string
*/
static int count_char( const wchar_t *str, wchar_t c )
{
int res = 0;
for( ; *str; str++ )
{
res += (*str==c);
}
return res;
}
wchar_t *builtin_help_get( const wchar_t *name )
{
array_list_t lst;
string_buffer_t cmd;
wchar_t *name_esc;
/*
Because the contents of this buffer is returned by this
function, it must not be free'd on exit, so we allocate it
using halloc.
*/
static string_buffer_t *out = 0;
int i;
al_init( &lst );
sb_init( &cmd );
if( !out )
{
out = sb_halloc( global_context );
}
else
{
sb_clear( out );
}
name_esc = escape( name, 1 );
sb_printf( &cmd, L"__fish_print_help %ls", name_esc );
if( exec_subshell( (wchar_t *)cmd.buff, &lst ) >= 0 )
{
for( i=0; i<al_get_count( &lst); i++ )
{
sb_append( out, (wchar_t *)al_get( &lst, i ) );
sb_append( out, L"\n" );
}
}
al_foreach( &lst, &free );
al_destroy( &lst );
sb_destroy( &cmd );
free( name_esc );
return (wchar_t *)out->buff;
}
/**
Print help for the specified builtin. If \c b is sb_err, also print
the line information
If \c b is the buffer representing standard error, and the help
message is about to be printed to an interactive screen, it may be
shortened to fit the screen.
*/
static void builtin_print_help( const wchar_t *cmd, string_buffer_t *b )
{
const wchar_t *h;
int is_short = 0;
if( b == sb_err )
{
sb_append( sb_err,
parser_current_line() );
}
h = builtin_help_get( cmd );
if( !h )
return;
wchar_t *str = wcsdup( h );
if( str )
{
if( b==sb_err )
{
/*
Interactive mode help to screen - only print synopsis if
the rest won't fit
*/
int screen_height, lines;
screen_height = common_get_height();
lines = count_char( str, L'\n' );
if( !is_interactive || (lines > 2*screen_height/3) )
{
wchar_t *pos;
int cut=0;
int i;
is_short = 1;
/*
First move down 4 lines
*/
pos = str;
for( i=0; (i<4) && pos && *pos; i++ )
{
pos = wcschr( pos+1, L'\n' );
}
if( pos && *pos )
{
/*
Then find the next empty line
*/
for( ; *pos; pos++ )
{
if( *pos == L'\n' )
{
wchar_t *pos2;
int is_empty = 1;
for( pos2 = pos+1; *pos2; pos2++ )
{
if( *pos2 == L'\n' )
break;
if( *pos2 != L'\t' && *pos2 !=L' ' )
{
is_empty = 0;
break;
}
}
if( is_empty )
{
/*
And cut it
*/
*(pos2+1)=L'\0';
cut = 1;
break;
}
}
}
}
/*
We did not find a good place to cut message to
shorten it - so we make sure we don't print
anything.
*/
if( !cut )
{
*str = 0;
}
}
}
sb_append( b, str );
if( is_short )
{
sb_printf( b, _(L"%ls: Type 'help %ls' for related documentation\n\n"), cmd, cmd );
}
free( str );
}
}
/**
Perform error reporting for encounter with unknown option
*/
static void builtin_unknown_option( const wchar_t *cmd, const wchar_t *opt )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
cmd,
opt );
builtin_print_help( cmd, sb_err );
}
/**
Perform error reporting for encounter with missing argument
*/
static void builtin_missing_argument( const wchar_t *cmd, const wchar_t *opt )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_MISSING,
cmd,
opt );
builtin_print_help( cmd, sb_err );
}
/*
Here follows the definition of all builtin commands. The function
names are all on the form builtin_NAME where NAME is the name of the
builtin. so the function name for the builtin 'fg' is
'builtin_fg'.
A few builtins, including 'while', 'command' and 'builtin' are not
defined here as they are handled directly by the parser. (They are
not parsed as commands, instead they only alter the parser state)
The builtins 'break' and 'continue' are so closely related that they
share the same implementation, namely 'builtin_break_continue.
Several other builtins, including jobs, ulimit and set are so big
that they have been given their own file. These files are all named
'builtin_NAME.c', where NAME is the name of the builtin. These files
are included directly below.
*/
#include "builtin_set.c"
#include "builtin_commandline.c"
#include "builtin_complete.c"
#include "builtin_ulimit.c"
#include "builtin_jobs.c"
/**
List all current key bindings
*/
static void builtin_bind_list()
{
array_list_t lst;
int i;
al_init( &lst );
input_mapping_get_names( &lst );
for( i=0; i<al_get_count(&lst); i++ )
{
wchar_t *seq = (wchar_t *)al_get( &lst, i );
const wchar_t *tname = input_terminfo_get_name( seq );
wchar_t *ecmd = escape( input_mapping_get( seq ), 1 );
if( tname )
{
sb_printf( sb_out, L"bind -k %ls %ls\n", tname, ecmd );
}
else
{
wchar_t *eseq = escape( seq, 1 );
sb_printf( sb_out, L"bind %ls %ls\n", eseq, ecmd );
free( eseq );
}
free( ecmd );
}
al_destroy( &lst );
}
/**
Print terminfo key binding names to string buffer used for standard output.
\param all if set, all terminfo key binding names will be
printed. If not set, only ones that are defined for this terminal
are printed.
*/
static void builtin_bind_key_names( int all )
{
array_list_t lst;
int i;
al_init( &lst );
input_terminfo_get_names( &lst, !all );
for( i=0; i<al_get_count(&lst); i++ )
{
wchar_t *seq = (wchar_t *)al_get( &lst, i );
sb_printf( sb_out, L"%ls\n", seq );
}
al_destroy( &lst );
}
/**
Print all the special key binding functions to string buffer used for standard output.
*/
static void builtin_bind_function_names()
{
array_list_t lst;
int i;
al_init( &lst );
input_function_get_names( &lst );
for( i=0; i<al_get_count(&lst); i++ )
{
wchar_t *seq = (wchar_t *)al_get( &lst, i );
sb_printf( sb_out, L"%ls\n", seq );
}
al_destroy( &lst );
}
/**
Add specified key binding.
*/
static int builtin_bind_add( wchar_t *seq, wchar_t *cmd, int terminfo )
{
if( terminfo )
{
const wchar_t *seq2 = input_terminfo_get_sequence( seq );
if( seq2 )
{
input_mapping_add( seq2, cmd );
}
else
{
switch( errno )
{
case ENOENT:
{
sb_printf( sb_err, _(L"%ls: No key with name '%ls' found\n"), L"bind", seq );
break;
}
case EILSEQ:
{
sb_printf( sb_err, _(L"%ls: Key with name '%ls' does not have any mapping\n"), L"bind", seq );
break;
}
default:
{
sb_printf( sb_err, _(L"%ls: Unknown error trying to bind to key named '%ls'\n"), L"bind", seq );
break;
}
}
return 1;
}
}
else
{
input_mapping_add( seq, cmd );
}
return 0;
}
/**
Erase specified key bindings
\param seq an array of all key bindings to erase
\param all if specified, _all_ key bindings will be erased
*/
static void builtin_bind_erase( wchar_t **seq, int all )
{
if( all )
{
int i;
array_list_t lst;
al_init( &lst );
input_mapping_get_names( &lst );
for( i=0; i<al_get_count( &lst ); i++ )
{
input_mapping_erase( (wchar_t *)al_get( &lst, i ) );
}
al_destroy( &lst );
}
else
{
while( *seq )
{
input_mapping_erase( *seq++ );
}
}
}
/**
The bind builtin, used for setting character sequences
*/
static int builtin_bind( wchar_t **argv )
{
enum
{
BIND_INSERT,
BIND_ERASE,
BIND_KEY_NAMES,
BIND_FUNCTION_NAMES
}
;
int argc=builtin_count_args( argv );
int mode = BIND_INSERT;
int res = STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
int all = 0;
int use_terminfo = 0;
woptind=0;
const static struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"all", no_argument, 0, 'a'
}
,
{
L"erase", no_argument, 0, 'e'
}
,
{
L"function-names", no_argument, 0, 'f'
}
,
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
L"key", no_argument, 0, 'k'
}
,
{
L"key-names", no_argument, 0, 'K'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"aehkKf",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case 'a':
all = 1;
break;
case 'e':
mode = BIND_ERASE;
break;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case 'k':
use_terminfo = 1;
break;
case 'K':
mode = BIND_KEY_NAMES;
break;
case 'f':
mode = BIND_FUNCTION_NAMES;
break;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
switch( mode )
{
case BIND_ERASE:
{
builtin_bind_erase( &argv[woptind], all);
break;
}
case BIND_INSERT:
{
switch( argc-woptind )
{
case 0:
{
builtin_bind_list();
break;
}
case 2:
{
builtin_bind_add(argv[woptind], argv[woptind+1], use_terminfo );
break;
}
default:
{
res = STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
sb_printf( sb_err, _(L"%ls: Expected zero or two parameters, got %d"), argv[0], argc-woptind );
break;
}
}
break;
}
case BIND_KEY_NAMES:
{
builtin_bind_key_names( all );
break;
}
case BIND_FUNCTION_NAMES:
{
builtin_bind_function_names();
break;
}
default:
{
res = STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
sb_printf( sb_err, _(L"%ls: Invalid state\n"), argv[0] );
break;
}
}
return res;
}
/**
The block builtin, used for temporarily blocking events
*/
static int builtin_block( wchar_t **argv )
{
enum
{
UNSET,
GLOBAL,
LOCAL,
}
;
int scope=UNSET;
int erase = 0;
int argc=builtin_count_args( argv );
int type = (1<<EVENT_ANY);
woptind=0;
const static struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"erase", no_argument, 0, 'e'
}
,
{
L"local", no_argument, 0, 'l'
}
,
{
L"global", no_argument, 0, 'g'
}
,
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"elgh",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case 'g':
scope = GLOBAL;
break;
case 'l':
scope = LOCAL;
break;
case 'e':
erase = 1;
break;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
if( erase )
{
if( scope != UNSET )
{
sb_printf( sb_err, _( L"%ls: Can not specify scope when removing block\n" ), argv[0] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
if( !global_event_block )
{
sb_printf( sb_err, _( L"%ls: No blocks defined\n" ), argv[0] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
event_block_t *eb = global_event_block;
global_event_block = eb->next;
free( eb );
}
else
{
block_t *block=current_block;
event_block_t *eb = malloc( sizeof( event_block_t ) );
if( !eb )
DIE_MEM();
eb->type = type;
switch( scope )
{
case LOCAL:
{
if( !block->outer )
block=0;
break;
}
case GLOBAL:
{
block=0;
}
case UNSET:
{
while( block &&
block->type != FUNCTION_CALL &&
block->type != FUNCTION_CALL_NO_SHADOW )
block = block->outer;
}
}
if( block )
{
eb->next = block->first_event_block;
block->first_event_block = eb;
halloc_register( block, eb );
}
else
{
eb->next = global_event_block;
global_event_block=eb;
}
}
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
/**
The builtin builtin, used for giving builtins precedence over
functions. Mostly handled by the parser. All this code does is some
additional operational modes, such as printing a list of all
builtins, printing help, etc.
*/
static int builtin_builtin( wchar_t **argv )
{
int argc=builtin_count_args( argv );
int list=0;
woptind=0;
const static struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"names", no_argument, 0, 'n'
}
,
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"nh",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case 'n':
list=1;
break;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
if( list )
{
array_list_t names;
int i;
al_init( &names );
builtin_get_names( &names );
sort_list( &names );
for( i=0; i<al_get_count( &names ); i++ )
{
wchar_t *el = (wchar_t *)al_get( &names, i );
sb_append( sb_out,
el,
L"\n",
(void *)0 );
}
al_destroy( &names );
}
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
/**
Implementation of the builtin emit command, used to create events.
*/
static int builtin_emit( wchar_t **argv )
{
int argc=builtin_count_args( argv );
woptind=0;
const static struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"h",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
for (; woptind < argc; woptind++ )
{
event_fire_generic( argv[woptind] );
}
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
/**
A generic bultin that only supports showing a help message. This is
only a placeholder that prints the help message. Useful for
commands that live in hte parser.
*/
static int builtin_generic( wchar_t **argv )
{
int argc=builtin_count_args( argv );
woptind=0;
const static struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"h",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
/**
Output a definition of the specified function to the specified
stringbuffer. Used by the functions builtin.
*/
static void functions_def( wchar_t *name, string_buffer_t *out )
{
const wchar_t *desc = function_get_desc( name );
const wchar_t *def = function_get_definition(name);
array_list_t ev;
event_t search;
int i;
array_list_t *named;
search.function_name = name;
search.type = EVENT_ANY;
al_init( &ev );
event_get( &search, &ev );
sb_append( out,
L"function ",
name,
(void *)0);
if( desc && wcslen(desc) )
{
wchar_t *esc_desc = escape( desc, 1 );
sb_append( out, L" --description ", esc_desc, (void *)0 );
free( esc_desc );
}
if( !function_get_shadows( name ) )
{
sb_append( out, L" --no-scope-shadowing", (void *)0 );
}
for( i=0; i<al_get_count( &ev); i++ )
{
event_t *next = (event_t *)al_get( &ev, i );
switch( next->type )
{
case EVENT_SIGNAL:
{
sb_printf( out, L" --on-signal %ls", sig2wcs( next->param1.signal ) );
break;
}
case EVENT_VARIABLE:
{
sb_printf( out, L" --on-variable %ls", next->param1.variable );
break;
}
case EVENT_EXIT:
{
if( next->param1.pid > 0 )
sb_printf( out, L" --on-process-exit %d", next->param1.pid );
else
sb_printf( out, L" --on-job-exit %d", -next->param1.pid );
break;
}
case EVENT_JOB_ID:
{
job_t *j = job_get( next->param1.job_id );
if( j )
sb_printf( out, L" --on-job-exit %d", j->pgid );
break;
}
case EVENT_GENERIC:
{
sb_printf( out, L" --on-event %ls", next->param1.param );
break;
}
}
}
al_destroy( &ev );
named = function_get_named_arguments( name );
if( named )
{
sb_printf( out, L" --argument" );
for( i=0; i<al_get_count( named ); i++ )
{
sb_printf( out, L" %ls", (wchar_t *)al_get( named, i ) );
}
}
sb_printf( out, L"\n\t%ls\nend\n", def );
}
/**
The functions builtin, used for listing and erasing functions.
*/
static int builtin_functions( wchar_t **argv )
{
int i;
int erase=0;
wchar_t *desc=0;
array_list_t names;
int argc=builtin_count_args( argv );
int list=0;
int show_hidden=0;
int res = STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
int query = 0;
woptind=0;
const static struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"erase", no_argument, 0, 'e'
}
,
{
L"description", required_argument, 0, 'd'
}
,
{
L"names", no_argument, 0, 'n'
}
,
{
L"all", no_argument, 0, 'a'
}
,
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
L"query", no_argument, 0, 'q'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"ed:nahq",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case 'e':
erase=1;
break;
case 'd':
desc=woptarg;
break;
case 'n':
list=1;
break;
case 'a':
show_hidden=1;
break;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case 'q':
query = 1;
break;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
/*
Erase, desc, query and list are mutually exclusive
*/
if( (erase + (!!desc) + list + query) > 1 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Invalid combination of options\n" ),
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
if( erase )
{
int i;
for( i=woptind; i<argc; i++ )
function_remove( argv[i] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
else if( desc )
{
wchar_t *func;
if( argc-woptind != 1 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Expected exactly one function name\n" ),
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
func = argv[woptind];
if( !function_exists( func ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Function '%ls' does not exist\n" ),
argv[0],
func );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
function_set_desc( func, desc );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
else if( list || (argc==woptind))
{
int is_screen = !builtin_out_redirect && isatty(1);
al_init( &names );
function_get_names( &names, show_hidden );
sort_list( &names );
if( is_screen )
{
string_buffer_t buff;
sb_init( &buff );
for( i=0; i<al_get_count( &names ); i++ )
{
sb_append( &buff,
al_get(&names, i),
L", ",
(void *)0 );
}
write_screen( (wchar_t *)buff.buff, sb_out );
sb_destroy( &buff );
}
else
{
for( i=0; i<al_get_count( &names ); i++ )
{
sb_append( sb_out,
al_get(&names, i),
L"\n",
(void *)0 );
}
}
al_destroy( &names );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
for( i=woptind; i<argc; i++ )
{
if( !function_exists( argv[i] ) )
res++;
else
{
if( !query )
{
if( i != woptind)
sb_append( sb_out, L"\n" );
functions_def( argv[i], sb_out );
}
}
}
return res;
}
/**
The function builtin, used for providing subroutines.
It calls various functions from function.c to perform any heavy lifting.
*/
static int builtin_function( wchar_t **argv )
{
int argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
int res=STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
wchar_t *desc=0;
array_list_t *events;
int i;
array_list_t *named_arguments=0;
wchar_t *name = 0;
int shadows = 1;
woptind=0;
parser_push_block( FUNCTION_DEF );
events=al_halloc( current_block );
const static struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"description", required_argument, 0, 'd'
}
,
{
L"on-signal", required_argument, 0, 's'
}
,
{
L"on-job-exit", required_argument, 0, 'j'
}
,
{
L"on-process-exit", required_argument, 0, 'p'
}
,
{
L"on-variable", required_argument, 0, 'v'
}
,
{
L"on-event", required_argument, 0, 'e'
}
,
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
L"argument-names", no_argument, 0, 'a'
}
,
{
L"no-scope-shadowing", no_argument, 0, 'S'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 && (!res ) )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"d:s:j:p:v:e:haS",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
res = 1;
break;
case 'd':
desc=woptarg;
break;
case 's':
{
int sig = wcs2sig( woptarg );
event_t *e;
if( sig < 0 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Unknown signal '%ls'\n" ),
argv[0],
woptarg );
res=1;
break;
}
e = halloc( current_block, sizeof(event_t));
if( !e )
DIE_MEM();
e->type = EVENT_SIGNAL;
e->param1.signal = sig;
e->function_name=0;
al_push( events, e );
break;
}
case 'v':
{
event_t *e;
if( wcsvarname( woptarg ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Invalid variable name '%ls'\n" ),
argv[0],
woptarg );
res=STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
break;
}
e = halloc( current_block, sizeof(event_t));
e->type = EVENT_VARIABLE;
e->param1.variable = halloc_wcsdup( current_block, woptarg );
e->function_name=0;
al_push( events, e );
break;
}
case 'e':
{
event_t *e;
e = halloc( current_block, sizeof(event_t));
e->type = EVENT_GENERIC;
e->param1.param = halloc_wcsdup( current_block, woptarg );
e->function_name=0;
al_push( events, e );
break;
}
case 'j':
case 'p':
{
pid_t pid;
wchar_t *end;
event_t *e;
e = halloc( current_block, sizeof(event_t));
if( !e )
DIE_MEM();
if( ( opt == 'j' ) &&
( wcscasecmp( woptarg, L"caller" ) == 0 ) )
{
int job_id = -1;
if( is_subshell )
{
block_t *b = current_block;
while( b && (b->type != SUBST) )
b = b->outer;
if( b )
{
b=b->outer;
}
if( b->job )
{
job_id = b->job->job_id;
}
}
if( job_id == -1 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Cannot find calling job for event handler\n" ),
argv[0] );
res=1;
}
else
{
e->type = EVENT_JOB_ID;
e->param1.job_id = job_id;
}
}
else
{
errno = 0;
pid = wcstol( woptarg, &end, 10 );
if( errno || !end || *end )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Invalid process id %ls\n" ),
argv[0],
woptarg );
res=1;
break;
}
e->type = EVENT_EXIT;
e->param1.pid = (opt=='j'?-1:1)*abs(pid);
}
if( res )
{
free( e );
}
else
{
e->function_name=0;
al_push( events, e );
}
break;
}
case 'a':
if( !named_arguments )
named_arguments = al_halloc( current_block );
break;
case 'S':
shadows = 0;
break;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
res = 1;
break;
}
}
if( !res )
{
if( argc == woptind )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Expected function name\n" ),
argv[0] );
res=1;
}
else if( wcsfuncname( argv[woptind] ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Illegal function name '%ls'\n" ),
argv[0],
argv[woptind] );
res=1;
}
else if( parser_keywords_is_reserved(argv[woptind] ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: The name '%ls' is reserved,\nand can not be used as a function name\n" ),
argv[0],
argv[woptind] );
res=1;
}
else
{
name = argv[woptind++];
if( named_arguments )
{
while( woptind < argc )
{
if( wcsvarname( argv[woptind] ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Invalid variable name '%ls'\n" ),
argv[0],
argv[woptind] );
res = STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
break;
}
al_push( named_arguments, halloc_wcsdup( current_block, argv[woptind++] ) );
}
}
else if( woptind != argc )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Expected one argument, got %d\n" ),
argv[0],
argc );
res=1;
}
}
}
if( res )
{
int i;
array_list_t names;
int chars=0;
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
const wchar_t *cfa = _( L"Current functions are: " );
sb_append( sb_err, cfa );
chars += wcslen( cfa );
al_init( &names );
function_get_names( &names, 0 );
sort_list( &names );
for( i=0; i<al_get_count( &names ); i++ )
{
wchar_t *nxt = (wchar_t *)al_get( &names, i );
int l = wcslen( nxt + 2 );
if( chars+l > common_get_width() )
{
chars = 0;
sb_append(sb_err, L"\n" );
}
sb_append( sb_err,
nxt, L" ", (void *)0 );
}
al_destroy( &names );
sb_append( sb_err, L"\n" );
parser_pop_block();
parser_push_block( FAKE );
}
else
{
function_data_t * d = halloc( current_block, sizeof( function_data_t ));
d->name=halloc_wcsdup( current_block, name);
d->description=desc?halloc_wcsdup( current_block, desc):0;
d->events = events;
d->named_arguments = named_arguments;
d->shadows = shadows;
for( i=0; i<al_get_count( events ); i++ )
{
event_t *e = (event_t *)al_get( events, i );
e->function_name = d->name;
}
current_block->data = d;
}
current_block->tok_pos = parser_get_pos();
current_block->skip = 1;
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
/**
The random builtin. For generating random numbers.
*/
static int builtin_random( wchar_t **argv )
{
static int seeded=0;
static struct drand48_data seed_buffer;
int argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
woptind=0;
const static struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"h",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
break;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
switch( argc-woptind )
{
case 0:
{
long res;
if( !seeded )
{
seeded=1;
srand48_r(time(0), &seed_buffer);
}
lrand48_r( &seed_buffer, &res );
sb_printf( sb_out, L"%d\n", abs(res%32767) );
break;
}
case 1:
{
long foo;
wchar_t *end=0;
errno=0;
foo = wcstol( argv[woptind], &end, 10 );
if( errno || *end )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Seed value '%ls' is not a valid number\n" ),
argv[0],
argv[woptind] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
seeded=1;
srand48_r( foo, &seed_buffer);
break;
}
default:
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Expected zero or one argument, got %d\n" ),
argv[0],
argc-woptind );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
/**
The read builtin. Reads from stdin and stores the values in environment variables.
*/
static int builtin_read( wchar_t **argv )
{
wchar_t *buff=0;
int i, argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
wchar_t *ifs;
int place = ENV_USER;
wchar_t *nxt;
wchar_t *prompt = DEFAULT_READ_PROMPT;
wchar_t *commandline = L"";
int exit_res=STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
wchar_t *mode_name = READ_MODE_NAME;
int shell = 0;
woptind=0;
while( 1 )
{
const static struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"export", no_argument, 0, 'x'
}
,
{
L"global", no_argument, 0, 'g'
}
,
{
L"local", no_argument, 0, 'l'
}
,
{
L"universal", no_argument, 0, 'U'
}
,
{
L"unexport", no_argument, 0, 'u'
}
,
{
L"prompt", required_argument, 0, 'p'
}
,
{
L"command", required_argument, 0, 'c'
}
,
{
L"mode-name", required_argument, 0, 'm'
}
,
{
L"shell", required_argument, 0, 's'
}
,
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"xglUup:c:hm:s",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case L'x':
place |= ENV_EXPORT;
break;
case L'g':
place |= ENV_GLOBAL;
break;
case L'l':
place |= ENV_LOCAL;
break;
case L'U':
place |= ENV_UNIVERSAL;
break;
case L'u':
place |= ENV_UNEXPORT;
break;
case L'p':
prompt = woptarg;
break;
case L'c':
commandline = woptarg;
break;
case L'm':
mode_name = woptarg;
break;
case 's':
shell = 1;
break;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case L'?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
if( ( place & ENV_UNEXPORT ) && ( place & ENV_EXPORT ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_EXPUNEXP,
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
if( (place&ENV_LOCAL?1:0) + (place & ENV_GLOBAL?1:0) + (place & ENV_UNIVERSAL?1:0) > 1)
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_GLOCAL,
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
/*
Verify all variable names
*/
for( i=woptind; i<argc; i++ )
{
wchar_t *src;
if( !wcslen( argv[i] ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err, BUILTIN_ERR_VARNAME_ZERO, argv[0] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
for( src=argv[i]; *src; src++ )
{
if( (!iswalnum(*src)) && (*src != L'_' ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err, BUILTIN_ERR_VARCHAR, argv[0], *src );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
}
/*
The call to reader_readline may change woptind, so we save it away here
*/
i=woptind;
/*
Check if we should read interactively using \c reader_readline()
*/
if( isatty(0) && builtin_stdin == 0 )
{
wchar_t *line;
reader_push( mode_name );
reader_set_prompt( prompt );
if( shell )
{
reader_set_complete_function( &complete );
reader_set_highlight_function( &highlight_shell );
reader_set_test_function( &reader_shell_test );
}
reader_set_buffer( commandline, wcslen( commandline ) );
proc_push_interactive( 1 );
event_fire_generic(L"fish_prompt");
line = reader_readline( );
proc_pop_interactive();
if( line )
{
buff = wcsdup( line );
}
else
{
exit_res = STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
reader_pop();
}
else
{
string_buffer_t sb;
int eof=0;
sb_init( &sb );
while( 1 )
{
int finished=0;
wchar_t res=0;
static mbstate_t state;
memset (&state, '\0', sizeof (state));
while( !finished )
{
char b;
int read_res = read_blocked( builtin_stdin, &b, 1 );
if( read_res <= 0 )
{
eof=1;
break;
}
int sz = mbrtowc( &res, &b, 1, &state );
switch( sz )
{
case -1:
memset (&state, '\0', sizeof (state));
break;
case -2:
break;
case 0:
eof=1;
finished = 1;
break;
default:
finished=1;
break;
}
}
if( eof )
break;
if( res == L'\n' )
break;
sb_append_char( &sb, res );
}
if( sb.used < 2 && eof )
{
exit_res = 1;
}
buff = wcsdup( (wchar_t *)sb.buff );
sb_destroy( &sb );
}
if( i != argc && !exit_res )
{
wchar_t *state;
ifs = env_get( L"IFS" );
if( ifs == 0 )
ifs = L"";
nxt = wcstok( buff, (i<argc-1)?ifs:L"", &state );
while( i<argc )
{
env_set( argv[i], nxt != 0 ? nxt: L"", place );
i++;
if( nxt != 0 )
nxt = wcstok( 0, (i<argc-1)?ifs:L"", &state);
}
}
free( buff );
return exit_res;
}
/**
The status builtin. Gives various status information on fish.
*/
static int builtin_status( wchar_t **argv )
{
enum
{
NORMAL,
IS_SUBST,
IS_BLOCK,
IS_INTERACTIVE,
IS_LOGIN,
IS_FULL_JOB_CONTROL,
IS_INTERACTIVE_JOB_CONTROL,
IS_NO_JOB_CONTROL,
STACK_TRACE,
DONE,
CURRENT_FILENAME,
CURRENT_LINE_NUMBER
}
;
int mode = NORMAL;
int argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
int res=STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
woptind=0;
const struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
L"is-command-substitution", no_argument, 0, 'c'
}
,
{
L"is-block", no_argument, 0, 'b'
}
,
{
L"is-interactive", no_argument, 0, 'i'
}
,
{
L"is-login", no_argument, 0, 'l'
}
,
{
L"is-full-job-control", no_argument, &mode, IS_FULL_JOB_CONTROL
}
,
{
L"is-interactive-job-control", no_argument, &mode, IS_INTERACTIVE_JOB_CONTROL
}
,
{
L"is-no-job-control", no_argument, &mode, IS_NO_JOB_CONTROL
}
,
{
L"current-filename", no_argument, 0, 'f'
}
,
{
L"current-line-number", no_argument, 0, 'n'
}
,
{
L"job-control", required_argument, 0, 'j'
}
,
{
L"print-stack-trace", no_argument, 0, 't'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L":cbilfnhj:t",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case 'c':
mode = IS_SUBST;
break;
case 'b':
mode = IS_BLOCK;
break;
case 'i':
mode = IS_INTERACTIVE;
break;
case 'l':
mode = IS_LOGIN;
break;
case 'f':
mode = CURRENT_FILENAME;
break;
case 'n':
mode = CURRENT_LINE_NUMBER;
break;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case 'j':
if( wcscmp( woptarg, L"full" ) == 0 )
job_control_mode = JOB_CONTROL_ALL;
else if( wcscmp( woptarg, L"interactive" ) == 0 )
job_control_mode = JOB_CONTROL_INTERACTIVE;
else if( wcscmp( woptarg, L"none" ) == 0 )
job_control_mode = JOB_CONTROL_NONE;
else
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
L"%ls: Invalid job control mode '%ls'\n",
woptarg );
res = 1;
}
mode = DONE;
break;
case 't':
mode = STACK_TRACE;
break;
case ':':
builtin_missing_argument( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
if( !res )
{
switch( mode )
{
case CURRENT_FILENAME:
{
const wchar_t *fn = parser_current_filename();
if( !fn )
fn = _(L"Standard input");
sb_printf( sb_out, L"%ls\n", fn );
break;
}
case CURRENT_LINE_NUMBER:
{
sb_printf( sb_out, L"%d\n", parser_get_lineno() );
break;
}
case IS_INTERACTIVE:
return !is_interactive_session;
case IS_SUBST:
return !is_subshell;
case IS_BLOCK:
return !is_block;
case IS_LOGIN:
return !is_login;
case IS_FULL_JOB_CONTROL:
return job_control_mode != JOB_CONTROL_ALL;
case IS_INTERACTIVE_JOB_CONTROL:
return job_control_mode != JOB_CONTROL_INTERACTIVE;
case IS_NO_JOB_CONTROL:
return job_control_mode != JOB_CONTROL_NONE;
case STACK_TRACE:
{
parser_stack_trace( current_block, sb_out );
break;
}
case NORMAL:
{
if( is_login )
sb_printf( sb_out, _( L"This is a login shell\n" ) );
else
sb_printf( sb_out, _( L"This is not a login shell\n" ) );
sb_printf( sb_out, _( L"Job control: %ls\n" ),
job_control_mode==JOB_CONTROL_INTERACTIVE?_( L"Only on interactive jobs" ):
(job_control_mode==JOB_CONTROL_NONE ? _( L"Never" ) : _( L"Always" ) ) );
parser_stack_trace( current_block, sb_out );
break;
}
}
}
return res;
}
/**
The exit builtin. Calls reader_exit to exit and returns the value specified.
*/
static int builtin_exit( wchar_t **argv )
{
int argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
int ec=0;
switch( argc )
{
case 1:
{
ec = proc_get_last_status();
break;
}
case 2:
{
wchar_t *end;
errno = 0;
ec = wcstol(argv[1],&end,10);
if( errno || *end != 0)
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Argument '%ls' must be an integer\n" ),
argv[0],
argv[1] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
break;
}
default:
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_TOO_MANY_ARGUMENTS,
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
reader_exit( 1, 0 );
return ec;
}
/**
The cd builtin. Changes the current directory to the one specified
or to $HOME if none is specified. The directory can be relative to
any directory in the CDPATH variable.
*/
static int builtin_cd( wchar_t **argv )
{
wchar_t *dir_in;
wchar_t *dir;
int res=STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
void *context = halloc( 0, 0 );
if( argv[1] == 0 )
{
dir_in = env_get( L"HOME" );
if( !dir_in )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Could not find home directory\n" ),
argv[0] );
}
}
else
dir_in = argv[1];
dir = path_get_cdpath( context, dir_in );
if( !dir )
{
if( errno == ENOTDIR )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: '%ls' is not a directory\n" ),
argv[0],
dir_in );
}
else if( errno == ENOENT )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: The directory '%ls' does not exist\n" ),
argv[0],
dir_in );
}
else if( errno == EROTTEN )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: '%ls' is a rotten symlink\n" ),
argv[0],
dir_in );
}
else
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Unknown error trying to locate directory '%ls'\n" ),
argv[0],
dir_in );
}
if( !is_interactive )
{
sb_append( sb_err,
parser_current_line(),
(void *)0 );
}
res = 1;
}
else if( wchdir( dir ) != 0 )
{
struct stat buffer;
int status;
status = wstat( dir, &buffer );
if( !status && S_ISDIR(buffer.st_mode))
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Permission denied: '%ls'\n" ),
argv[0],
dir );
}
else
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: '%ls' is not a directory\n" ),
argv[0],
dir );
}
if( !is_interactive )
{
sb_append( sb_err,
parser_current_line(),
(void *)0 );
}
res = 1;
}
else if( !env_set_pwd() )
{
res=1;
sb_printf( sb_err, _( L"%ls: Could not set PWD variable\n" ), argv[0] );
}
halloc_free( context );
return res;
}
/**
Implementation of the builtin count command, used to count the
number of arguments sent to it.
*/
static int builtin_count( wchar_t ** argv )
{
int argc;
argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
sb_printf( sb_out, L"%d\n", argc-1 );
return !(argc-1);
}
/**
Implementation of the builtin contains command, used to check if a
specified string is part of a list.
*/
static int builtin_contains( wchar_t ** argv )
{
int argc;
argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
int i;
wchar_t *needle;
woptind=0;
const struct woption
long_options[] =
{
{
L"help", no_argument, 0, 'h'
}
,
{
0, 0, 0, 0
}
}
;
while( 1 )
{
int opt_index = 0;
int opt = wgetopt_long( argc,
argv,
L"+h",
long_options,
&opt_index );
if( opt == -1 )
break;
switch( opt )
{
case 0:
if(long_options[opt_index].flag != 0)
break;
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
long_options[opt_index].name );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case 'h':
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
case ':':
builtin_missing_argument( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
case '?':
builtin_unknown_option( argv[0], argv[woptind-1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
}
needle = argv[woptind];
if (!needle)
{
sb_printf( sb_err, _( L"%ls: Key not specified\n" ), argv[0] );
}
for( i=woptind+1; i<argc; i++ )
{
if( !wcscmp( needle, argv[i]) )
{
return 0;
}
}
return 1;
}
/**
The . (dot) builtin, sometimes called source. Evaluates the contents of a file.
*/
static int builtin_source( wchar_t ** argv )
{
int fd;
int res = STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
struct stat buf;
int argc;
argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
wchar_t *fn;
const wchar_t *fn_intern;
if( argc < 2 || (wcscmp( argv[1], L"-" ) == 0) )
{
fn = L"-";
fn_intern = fn;
fd = dup(builtin_stdin);
}
else
{
if( wstat(argv[1], &buf) == -1 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err, _(L"%ls: Error encountered while sourcing file '%ls':\n"), argv[0], argv[1] );
builtin_wperror( L"." );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
if( !S_ISREG(buf.st_mode) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err, _( L"%ls: '%ls' is not a file\n" ), argv[0], argv[1] );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
if( ( fd = wopen( argv[1], O_RDONLY ) ) == -1 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err, _(L"%ls: Error encountered while sourcing file '%ls':\n"), argv[0], argv[1] );
builtin_wperror( L"." );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
fn = wrealpath( argv[1], 0 );
if( !fn )
{
fn_intern = intern( argv[1] );
}
else
{
fn_intern = intern(fn);
free( fn );
}
}
parser_push_block( SOURCE );
reader_push_current_filename( fn_intern );
current_block->param1.source_dest = fn_intern;
parse_util_set_argv( (argc>2)?(argv+2):(argv+1), 0);
res = reader_read( fd, real_io );
parser_pop_block();
if( res )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Error while reading file '%ls'\n" ),
argv[0],
fn_intern == intern_static(L"-") ? L"<stdin>" : fn_intern );
}
else
{
res = proc_get_last_status();
}
/*
Do not close fd after calling reader_read. reader_read
automatically closes it before calling eval.
*/
reader_pop_current_filename();
return res;
}
/**
Make the specified job the first job of the job list. Moving jobs
around in the list makes the list reflect the order in which the
jobs were used.
*/
static void make_first( job_t *j )
{
job_t *prev=0;
job_t *curr;
for( curr = first_job; curr != j; curr = curr->next )
{
prev=curr;
}
if( curr == j )
{
if( prev == 0 )
{
return;
}
else
{
prev->next = curr->next;
curr->next = first_job;
first_job = curr;
}
}
}
/**
Builtin for putting a job in the foreground
*/
static int builtin_fg( wchar_t **argv )
{
job_t *j=0;
if( argv[1] == 0 )
{
/*
Select last constructed job (I.e. first job in the job que)
that is possible to put in the foreground
*/
for( j=first_job; j; j=j->next )
{
if( job_get_flag( j, JOB_CONSTRUCTED ) && (!job_is_completed(j)) &&
( (job_is_stopped(j) || (!job_get_flag(j, JOB_FOREGROUND)) ) && job_get_flag( j, JOB_CONTROL) ) )
{
break;
}
}
if( !j )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: There are no suitable jobs\n" ),
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
}
}
else if( argv[2] != 0 )
{
/*
Specifying what more than one job to put to the foreground
is a syntax error, we still try to locate the job argv[1],
since we want to know if this is an ambigous job
specification or if this is an malformed job id
*/
wchar_t *endptr;
int pid;
int found_job = 0;
errno = 0;
pid = wcstol( argv[1], &endptr, 10 );
if( !( *endptr || errno ) )
{
j = job_get_from_pid( pid );
if( j )
found_job = 1;
}
if( found_job )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Ambiguous job\n" ),
argv[0] );
}
else
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: '%ls' is not a job\n" ),
argv[0],
argv[1] );
}
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
j=0;
}
else
{
wchar_t *end;
int pid;
errno = 0;
pid = abs(wcstol( argv[1], &end, 10 ));
if( *end || errno )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_NOT_NUMBER,
argv[0],
argv[1] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
}
else
{
j = job_get_from_pid( pid );
if( !j || !job_get_flag( j, JOB_CONSTRUCTED ) || job_is_completed( j ))
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: No suitable job: %d\n" ),
argv[0],
pid );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
j=0;
}
else if( !job_get_flag( j, JOB_CONTROL) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Can't put job %d, '%ls' to foreground because it is not under job control\n" ),
argv[0],
pid,
j->command );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
j=0;
}
}
}
if( j )
{
if( builtin_err_redirect )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
FG_MSG,
j->job_id,
j->command );
}
else
{
/*
If we aren't redirecting, send output to real stderr,
since stuff in sb_err won't get printed until the
command finishes.
*/
fwprintf( stderr,
FG_MSG,
j->job_id,
j->command );
}
wchar_t *ft = tok_first( j->command );
if( ft != 0 )
env_set( L"_", ft, ENV_EXPORT );
free(ft);
reader_write_title();
make_first( j );
job_set_flag( j, JOB_FOREGROUND, 1 );
job_continue( j, job_is_stopped(j) );
}
return j != 0;
}
/**
Helper function for builtin_bg()
*/
static int send_to_bg( job_t *j, const wchar_t *name )
{
if( j == 0 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Unknown job '%ls'\n" ),
L"bg",
name );
builtin_print_help( L"bg", sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
else if( !job_get_flag( j, JOB_CONTROL ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Can't put job %d, '%ls' to background because it is not under job control\n" ),
L"bg",
j->job_id,
j->command );
builtin_print_help( L"bg", sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
else
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_(L"Send job %d '%ls' to background\n"),
j->job_id,
j->command );
}
make_first( j );
job_set_flag( j, JOB_FOREGROUND, 0 );
job_continue( j, job_is_stopped(j) );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
/**
Builtin for putting a job in the background
*/
static int builtin_bg( wchar_t **argv )
{
int res = STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
if( argv[1] == 0 )
{
job_t *j;
for( j=first_job; j; j=j->next )
{
if( job_is_stopped(j) && job_get_flag( j, JOB_CONTROL ) && (!job_is_completed(j)) )
{
break;
}
}
if( !j )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: There are no suitable jobs\n" ),
argv[0] );
res = 1;
}
else
{
res = send_to_bg( j, _(L"(default)" ) );
}
}
else
{
wchar_t *end;
int i;
int pid;
int err = 0;
for( i=1; argv[i]; i++ )
{
errno=0;
pid = (int)wcstol( argv[i], &end, 10 );
if( errno || pid < 0 || *end || !job_get_from_pid( pid ) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: '%ls' is not a job\n" ),
argv[0],
argv[i] );
err = 1;
break;
}
}
if( !err )
{
for( i=1; !res && argv[i]; i++ )
{
pid = (int)wcstol( argv[i], 0, 10 );
res |= send_to_bg( job_get_from_pid( pid ), *argv);
}
}
}
return res;
}
/**
Builtin for looping over a list
*/
static int builtin_for( wchar_t **argv )
{
int argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
int res=STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
if( argc < 3)
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_FOR_ERR_COUNT,
argv[0] ,
argc );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
}
else if ( wcsvarname(argv[1]) )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_FOR_ERR_NAME,
argv[0],
argv[1] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
}
else if (wcscmp( argv[2], L"in") != 0 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_FOR_ERR_IN,
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
}
else
{
res=0;
}
if( res )
{
parser_push_block( FAKE );
}
else
{
parser_push_block( FOR );
al_init( &current_block->param2.for_vars);
int i;
current_block->tok_pos = parser_get_pos();
current_block->param1.for_variable = halloc_wcsdup( current_block, argv[1] );
for( i=argc-1; i>3; i-- )
{
al_push( &current_block->param2.for_vars, halloc_wcsdup( current_block, argv[ i ] ) );
}
halloc_register( current_block, current_block->param2.for_vars.arr );
if( argc > 3 )
{
env_set( current_block->param1.for_variable, argv[3], ENV_LOCAL );
}
else
{
current_block->skip=1;
}
}
return res;
}
/**
The begin builtin. Creates a nex block.
*/
static int builtin_begin( wchar_t **argv )
{
parser_push_block( BEGIN );
current_block->tok_pos = parser_get_pos();
return proc_get_last_status();
}
/**
Builtin for ending a block of code, such as a for-loop or an if statement.
The end command is whare a lot of the block-level magic happens.
*/
static int builtin_end( wchar_t **argv )
{
if( !current_block->outer )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Not inside of block\n" ),
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
else
{
/**
By default, 'end' kills the current block scope. But if we
are rewinding a loop, this should be set to false, so that
variables in the current loop scope won't die between laps.
*/
int kill_block = 1;
switch( current_block->type )
{
case WHILE:
{
/*
If this is a while loop, we rewind the loop unless
it's the last lap, in which case we continue.
*/
if( !( current_block->skip && (current_block->loop_status != LOOP_CONTINUE )))
{
current_block->loop_status = LOOP_NORMAL;
current_block->skip = 0;
kill_block = 0;
parser_set_pos( current_block->tok_pos);
current_block->param1.while_state = WHILE_TEST_AGAIN;
}
break;
}
case IF:
case SUBST:
case BEGIN:
/*
Nothing special happens at the end of these commands. The scope just ends.
*/
break;
case FOR:
{
/*
set loop variable to next element, and rewind to the beginning of the block.
*/
if( current_block->loop_status == LOOP_BREAK )
{
al_truncate( &current_block->param2.for_vars, 0 );
}
if( al_get_count( &current_block->param2.for_vars ) )
{
wchar_t *val = (wchar_t *)al_pop( &current_block->param2.for_vars );
env_set( current_block->param1.for_variable, val, ENV_LOCAL);
current_block->loop_status = LOOP_NORMAL;
current_block->skip = 0;
kill_block = 0;
parser_set_pos( current_block->tok_pos );
}
break;
}
case FUNCTION_DEF:
{
function_data_t *d = (function_data_t *)current_block->data;
if( d )
{
/**
Copy the text from the beginning of the function
until the end command and use as the new definition
for the specified function
*/
wchar_t *def = wcsndup( parser_get_buffer()+current_block->tok_pos,
parser_get_job_pos()-current_block->tok_pos );
d->definition = def;
function_add( d );
free( def );
}
else
{
debug(0,
_(L"%ls: Missing function definition information."),
argv[0] );
bugreport();
}
}
break;
}
if( kill_block )
{
parser_pop_block();
}
/*
If everything goes ok, return status of last command to execute.
*/
return proc_get_last_status();
}
}
/**
Builtin for executing commands if an if statement is false
*/
static int builtin_else( wchar_t **argv )
{
if( current_block == 0 ||
current_block->type != IF ||
current_block->param1.if_state != 1)
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Not inside of 'if' block\n" ),
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
else
{
current_block->param1.if_state++;
current_block->skip = !current_block->skip;
env_pop();
env_push(0);
}
/*
If everything goes ok, return status of last command to execute.
*/
return proc_get_last_status();
}
/**
This function handles both the 'continue' and the 'break' builtins
that are used for loop control.
*/
static int builtin_break_continue( wchar_t **argv )
{
int is_break = (wcscmp(argv[0],L"break")==0);
int argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
block_t *b = current_block;
if( argc != 1 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
BUILTIN_ERR_UNKNOWN,
argv[0],
argv[1] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
while( (b != 0) &&
( b->type != WHILE) &&
(b->type != FOR ) )
{
b = b->outer;
}
if( b == 0 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Not inside of loop\n" ),
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
b = current_block;
while( ( b->type != WHILE) &&
(b->type != FOR ) )
{
b->skip=1;
b = b->outer;
}
b->skip=1;
b->loop_status = is_break?LOOP_BREAK:LOOP_CONTINUE;
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
/**
Implementation of the builtin count command, used to launch the
interactive debugger.
*/
static int builtin_breakpoint( wchar_t **argv )
{
parser_push_block( BREAKPOINT );
reader_read( 0, real_io );
parser_pop_block();
return proc_get_last_status();
}
/**
Function for handling the \c return builtin
*/
static int builtin_return( wchar_t **argv )
{
int argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
int status = proc_get_last_status();
block_t *b = current_block;
switch( argc )
{
case 1:
break;
case 2:
{
wchar_t *end;
errno = 0;
status = wcstol(argv[1],&end,10);
if( errno || *end != 0)
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Argument '%ls' must be an integer\n" ),
argv[0],
argv[1] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
break;
}
default:
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Too many arguments\n" ),
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
while( (b != 0) &&
( b->type != FUNCTION_CALL &&
b->type != FUNCTION_CALL_NO_SHADOW) )
{
b = b->outer;
}
if( b == 0 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Not inside of function\n" ),
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
b = current_block;
while( ( b->type != FUNCTION_CALL &&
b->type != FUNCTION_CALL_NO_SHADOW ) )
{
b->type = FAKE;
b->skip=1;
b = b->outer;
}
b->skip=1;
return status;
}
/**
Builtin for executing one of several blocks of commands depending
on the value of an argument.
*/
static int builtin_switch( wchar_t **argv )
{
int res=STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
int argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
if( argc != 2 )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: Expected exactly one argument, got %d\n" ),
argv[0],
argc-1 );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
res=1;
parser_push_block( FAKE );
}
else
{
parser_push_block( SWITCH );
current_block->param1.switch_value = halloc_wcsdup( current_block, argv[1]);
current_block->skip=1;
current_block->param2.switch_taken=0;
}
return res;
}
/**
Builtin used together with the switch builtin for conditional
execution
*/
static int builtin_case( wchar_t **argv )
{
int argc = builtin_count_args( argv );
int i;
wchar_t *unescaped=0;
if( current_block->type != SWITCH )
{
sb_printf( sb_err,
_( L"%ls: 'case' command while not in switch block\n" ),
argv[0] );
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_err );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
current_block->skip = 1;
if( current_block->param2.switch_taken )
{
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
for( i=1; i<argc; i++ )
{
int match;
unescaped = parse_util_unescape_wildcards( argv[i] );
match = wildcard_match( current_block->param1.switch_value, unescaped );
free( unescaped );
if( match )
{
current_block->skip = 0;
current_block->param2.switch_taken = 1;
break;
}
}
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
/*
END OF BUILTIN COMMANDS
Below are functions for handling the builtin commands
*/
/**
Data about all the builtin commands in fish
*/
const static builtin_data_t builtin_data[]=
{
{
L"block", &builtin_block, N_( L"Temporarily block delivery of events" )
}
,
{
L"builtin", &builtin_builtin, N_( L"Run a builtin command instead of a function" )
}
,
{
L"cd", &builtin_cd, N_( L"Change working directory" )
}
,
{
L"count", &builtin_count, N_( L"Count the number of arguments" )
}
,
{
L"contains", &builtin_contains, N_( L"Search for a specified string in a list" )
}
,
{
L"emit", &builtin_emit, N_( L"Emit an event" )
}
,
{
L"exit", &builtin_exit, N_( L"Exit the shell" )
}
,
{
L"function", &builtin_function, N_( L"Define a new function" )
}
,
{
L"functions", &builtin_functions, N_( L"List or remove functions" )
}
,
{
L"complete", &builtin_complete, N_( L"Edit command specific completions" )
}
,
{
L"end", &builtin_end, N_( L"End a block of commands" )
}
,
{
L"else", &builtin_else, N_( L"Evaluate block if condition is false" )
}
,
{
L"for", &builtin_for, N_( L"Perform a set of commands multiple times" )
}
,
{
L".", &builtin_source, N_( L"Evaluate contents of file" )
}
,
{
L"set", &builtin_set, N_( L"Handle environment variables" )
}
,
{
L"fg", &builtin_fg, N_( L"Send job to foreground" )
}
,
{
L"bg", &builtin_bg, N_( L"Send job to background" )
}
,
{
L"jobs", &builtin_jobs, N_( L"Print currently running jobs" )
}
,
{
L"read", &builtin_read, N_( L"Read a line of input into variables" )
}
,
{
L"break", &builtin_break_continue, N_( L"Stop the innermost loop" )
}
,
{
L"continue", &builtin_break_continue, N_( L"Skip the rest of the current lap of the innermost loop" )
}
,
{
L"return", &builtin_return, N_( L"Stop the currently evaluated function" )
}
,
{
L"commandline", &builtin_commandline, N_( L"Set or get the commandline" )
}
,
{
L"switch", &builtin_switch, N_( L"Conditionally execute a block of commands" )
}
,
{
L"case", &builtin_case, N_( L"Conditionally execute a block of commands" )
}
,
{
L"bind", &builtin_bind, N_( L"Handle fish key bindings" )
}
,
{
L"random", &builtin_random, N_( L"Generate random number" )
}
,
{
L"status", &builtin_status, N_( L"Return status information about fish" )
}
,
{
L"ulimit", &builtin_ulimit, N_( L"Set or get the shells resource usage limits" )
}
,
{
L"begin", &builtin_begin, N_( L"Create a block of code" )
}
,
{
L"breakpoint", &builtin_breakpoint, N_( L"Temporarily halt execution of a script and launch an interactive debug prompt" )
}
,
/*
Builtins that are handled directly by the parser. They are
bound to a noop function only so that they show up in the
listings of builtin commands, etc..
*/
{
L"command", &builtin_generic, N_( L"Run a program instead of a function or builtin" )
}
,
{
L"if", &builtin_generic, N_( L"Evaluate block if condition is true" )
}
,
{
L"while", &builtin_generic, N_( L"Perform a command multiple times" )
}
,
{
L"not", &builtin_generic, N_( L"Negate exit status of job" )
}
,
{
L"and", &builtin_generic, N_( L"Execute command if previous command suceeded" )
}
,
{
L"or", &builtin_generic, N_( L"Execute command if previous command failed" )
}
,
{
L"exec", &builtin_generic, N_( L"Run command in current process" )
}
,
{
0, 0, 0
}
}
;
void builtin_init()
{
int i;
wopterr = 0;
al_init( &io_stack );
hash_init( &builtin, &hash_wcs_func, &hash_wcs_cmp );
for( i=0; builtin_data[i].name; i++ )
{
hash_put( &builtin, builtin_data[i].name, builtin_data[i].func );
intern_static( builtin_data[i].name );
}
}
void builtin_destroy()
{
if( desc )
{
hash_destroy( desc );
free( desc );
desc=0;
}
al_destroy( &io_stack );
hash_destroy( &builtin );
}
int builtin_exists( wchar_t *cmd )
{
CHECK( cmd, 0 );
return !!hash_get(&builtin, cmd);
}
/**
Return true if the specified builtin should handle it's own help,
false otherwise.
*/
static int internal_help( wchar_t *cmd )
{
CHECK( cmd, 0 );
return contains( cmd, L"for", L"while", L"function",
L"if", L"end", L"switch" );
}
int builtin_run( wchar_t **argv, io_data_t *io )
{
int (*cmd)(wchar_t **argv)=0;
real_io = io;
CHECK( argv, STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR );
CHECK( argv[0], STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR );
cmd = (int (*)(wchar_t **))hash_get( &builtin, argv[0] );
if( argv[1] != 0 && !internal_help(argv[0]) )
{
if( argv[2] == 0 && (parser_is_help( argv[1], 0 ) ) )
{
builtin_print_help( argv[0], sb_out );
return STATUS_BUILTIN_OK;
}
}
if( cmd != 0 )
{
int status;
status = cmd(argv);
return status;
}
else
{
debug( 0, _( L"Unknown builtin '%ls'" ), argv[0] );
}
return STATUS_BUILTIN_ERROR;
}
void builtin_get_names( array_list_t *list )
{
CHECK( list, );
hash_get_keys( &builtin, list );
}
const wchar_t *builtin_get_desc( const wchar_t *b )
{
CHECK( b, 0 );
if( !desc )
{
int i;
desc = malloc( sizeof( hash_table_t ) );
if( !desc)
return 0;
hash_init( desc, &hash_wcs_func, &hash_wcs_cmp );
for( i=0; builtin_data[i].name; i++ )
{
hash_put( desc, builtin_data[i].name, builtin_data[i].desc );
}
}
return _( hash_get( desc, b ));
}
void builtin_push_io( int in )
{
if( builtin_stdin != -1 )
{
al_push_long( &io_stack, (long)builtin_stdin );
al_push( &io_stack, sb_out );
al_push( &io_stack, sb_err );
}
builtin_stdin = in;
sb_out = malloc(sizeof(string_buffer_t));
sb_err = malloc(sizeof(string_buffer_t));
sb_init( sb_out );
sb_init( sb_err );
}
void builtin_pop_io()
{
builtin_stdin = 0;
sb_destroy( sb_out );
sb_destroy( sb_err );
free( sb_out);
free(sb_err);
if( al_get_count( &io_stack ) >0 )
{
sb_err = (string_buffer_t *)al_pop( &io_stack );
sb_out = (string_buffer_t *)al_pop( &io_stack );
builtin_stdin = (int)al_pop_long( &io_stack );
}
else
{
sb_out = sb_err = 0;
builtin_stdin = 0;
}
}
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