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/***************************************************************************
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* | (__| |_| | _ <| |___
* \___|\___/|_| \_\_____|
*
* Copyright (C) 1998 - 2015, Daniel Stenberg, <daniel@haxx.se>, et al.
*
* This software is licensed as described in the file COPYING, which
* you should have received as part of this distribution. The terms
* are also available at https://curl.haxx.se/docs/copyright.html.
*
* You may opt to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute and/or sell
* copies of the Software, and permit persons to whom the Software is
* furnished to do so, under the terms of the COPYING file.
*
* This software is distributed on an "AS IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY
* KIND, either express or implied.
*
***************************************************************************/
#include "tool_setup.h"
#include "rawstr.h"
#define ENABLE_CURLX_PRINTF
/* use our own printf() functions */
#include "curlx.h"
#include "tool_cfgable.h"
#include "tool_mfiles.h"
#include "tool_msgs.h"
#include "tool_formparse.h"
#include "memdebug.h" /* keep this as LAST include */
/*
* helper function to get a word from form param
* after call get_parm_word, str either point to string end
* or point to any of end chars.
*/
static char *get_param_word(char **str, char **end_pos)
{
char *ptr = *str;
char *word_begin = NULL;
char *ptr2;
char *escape = NULL;
const char *end_chars = ";,";
/* the first non-space char is here */
word_begin = ptr;
if(*ptr == '"') {
++ptr;
while(*ptr) {
if(*ptr == '\\') {
if(ptr[1] == '\\' || ptr[1] == '"') {
/* remember the first escape position */
if(!escape)
escape = ptr;
/* skip escape of back-slash or double-quote */
ptr += 2;
continue;
}
}
if(*ptr == '"') {
*end_pos = ptr;
if(escape) {
/* has escape, we restore the unescaped string here */
ptr = ptr2 = escape;
do {
if(*ptr == '\\' && (ptr[1] == '\\' || ptr[1] == '"'))
++ptr;
*ptr2++ = *ptr++;
}
while(ptr < *end_pos);
*end_pos = ptr2;
}
while(*ptr && NULL==strchr(end_chars, *ptr))
++ptr;
*str = ptr;
return word_begin+1;
}
++ptr;
}
/* end quote is missing, treat it as non-quoted. */
ptr = word_begin;
}
while(*ptr && NULL==strchr(end_chars, *ptr))
++ptr;
*str = *end_pos = ptr;
return word_begin;
}
/***************************************************************************
*
* formparse()
*
* Reads a 'name=value' parameter and builds the appropriate linked list.
*
* Specify files to upload with 'name=@filename', or 'name=@"filename"'
* in case the filename contain ',' or ';'. Supports specified
* given Content-Type of the files. Such as ';type=<content-type>'.
*
* If literal_value is set, any initial '@' or '<' in the value string
* loses its special meaning, as does any embedded ';type='.
*
* You may specify more than one file for a single name (field). Specify
* multiple files by writing it like:
*
* 'name=@filename,filename2,filename3'
*
* or use double-quotes quote the filename:
*
* 'name=@"filename","filename2","filename3"'
*
* If you want content-types specified for each too, write them like:
*
* 'name=@filename;type=image/gif,filename2,filename3'
*
* If you want custom headers added for a single part, write them in a separate
* file and do like this:
*
* 'name=foo;headers=@headerfile' or why not
* 'name=@filemame;headers=@headerfile'
*
* To upload a file, but to fake the file name that will be included in the
* formpost, do like this:
*
* 'name=@filename;filename=/dev/null' or quote the faked filename like:
* 'name=@filename;filename="play, play, and play.txt"'
*
* If filename/path contains ',' or ';', it must be quoted by double-quotes,
* else curl will fail to figure out the correct filename. if the filename
* tobe quoted contains '"' or '\', '"' and '\' must be escaped by backslash.
*
* This function uses curl_formadd to fulfill it's job. Is heavily based on
* the old curl_formparse code.
*
***************************************************************************/
int formparse(struct OperationConfig *config,
const char *input,
struct curl_httppost **httppost,
struct curl_httppost **last_post,
bool literal_value)
{
/* nextarg MUST be a string in the format 'name=contents' and we'll
build a linked list with the info */
char name[256];
char *contents = NULL;
char type_major[128] = "";
char type_minor[128] = "";
char *contp;
const char *type = NULL;
char *sep;
if((1 == sscanf(input, "%255[^=]=", name)) &&
((contp = strchr(input, '=')) != NULL)) {
/* the input was using the correct format */
/* Allocate the contents */
contents = strdup(contp+1);
if(!contents) {
fprintf(config->global->errors, "out of memory\n");
return 1;
}
contp = contents;
if('@' == contp[0] && !literal_value) {
/* we use the @-letter to indicate file name(s) */
struct multi_files *multi_start = NULL;
struct multi_files *multi_current = NULL;
char *ptr = contp;
char *end = ptr + strlen(ptr);
do {
/* since this was a file, it may have a content-type specifier
at the end too, or a filename. Or both. */
char *filename = NULL;
char *word_end;
bool semicolon;
type = NULL;
++ptr;
contp = get_param_word(&ptr, &word_end);
semicolon = (';' == *ptr) ? TRUE : FALSE;
*word_end = '\0'; /* terminate the contp */
/* have other content, continue parse */
while(semicolon) {
/* have type or filename field */
++ptr;
while(*ptr && (ISSPACE(*ptr)))
++ptr;
if(checkprefix("type=", ptr)) {
/* set type pointer */
type = &ptr[5];
/* verify that this is a fine type specifier */
if(2 != sscanf(type, "%127[^/]/%127[^;,\n]",
type_major, type_minor)) {
warnf(config->global,
"Illegally formatted content-type field!\n");
Curl_safefree(contents);
FreeMultiInfo(&multi_start, &multi_current);
return 2; /* illegal content-type syntax! */
}
/* now point beyond the content-type specifier */
sep = (char *)type + strlen(type_major)+strlen(type_minor)+1;
/* there's a semicolon following - we check if it is a filename
specified and if not we simply assume that it is text that
the user wants included in the type and include that too up
to the next sep. */
ptr = sep;
if(*sep==';') {
if(!checkprefix(";filename=", sep)) {
ptr = sep + 1;
(void)get_param_word(&ptr, &sep);
semicolon = (';' == *ptr) ? TRUE : FALSE;
}
}
else
semicolon = FALSE;
if(*sep)
*sep = '\0'; /* zero terminate type string */
}
else if(checkprefix("filename=", ptr)) {
ptr += 9;
filename = get_param_word(&ptr, &word_end);
semicolon = (';' == *ptr) ? TRUE : FALSE;
*word_end = '\0';
}
else {
/* unknown prefix, skip to next block */
char *unknown = NULL;
unknown = get_param_word(&ptr, &word_end);
semicolon = (';' == *ptr) ? TRUE : FALSE;
if(*unknown) {
*word_end = '\0';
warnf(config->global, "skip unknown form field: %s\n", unknown);
}
}
}
/* now ptr point to comma or string end */
/* if type == NULL curl_formadd takes care of the problem */
if(*contp && !AddMultiFiles(contp, type, filename, &multi_start,
&multi_current)) {
warnf(config->global, "Error building form post!\n");
Curl_safefree(contents);
FreeMultiInfo(&multi_start, &multi_current);
return 3;
}
/* *ptr could be '\0', so we just check with the string end */
} while(ptr < end); /* loop if there's another file name */
/* now we add the multiple files section */
if(multi_start) {
struct curl_forms *forms = NULL;
struct multi_files *start = multi_start;
unsigned int i, count = 0;
while(start) {
start = start->next;
++count;
}
forms = malloc((count+1)*sizeof(struct curl_forms));
if(!forms) {
fprintf(config->global->errors, "Error building form post!\n");
Curl_safefree(contents);
FreeMultiInfo(&multi_start, &multi_current);
return 4;
}
for(i = 0, start = multi_start; i < count; ++i, start = start->next) {
forms[i].option = start->form.option;
forms[i].value = start->form.value;
}
forms[count].option = CURLFORM_END;
FreeMultiInfo(&multi_start, &multi_current);
if(curl_formadd(httppost, last_post,
CURLFORM_COPYNAME, name,
CURLFORM_ARRAY, forms, CURLFORM_END) != 0) {
warnf(config->global, "curl_formadd failed!\n");
Curl_safefree(forms);
Curl_safefree(contents);
return 5;
}
Curl_safefree(forms);
}
}
else {
struct curl_forms info[4];
int i = 0;
char *ct = literal_value ? NULL : strstr(contp, ";type=");
info[i].option = CURLFORM_COPYNAME;
info[i].value = name;
i++;
if(ct) {
info[i].option = CURLFORM_CONTENTTYPE;
info[i].value = &ct[6];
i++;
ct[0] = '\0'; /* zero terminate here */
}
if(contp[0]=='<' && !literal_value) {
info[i].option = CURLFORM_FILECONTENT;
info[i].value = contp+1;
i++;
info[i].option = CURLFORM_END;
if(curl_formadd(httppost, last_post,
CURLFORM_ARRAY, info, CURLFORM_END ) != 0) {
warnf(config->global, "curl_formadd failed, possibly the file %s is "
"bad!\n", contp + 1);
Curl_safefree(contents);
return 6;
}
}
else {
#ifdef CURL_DOES_CONVERSIONS
if(convert_to_network(contp, strlen(contp))) {
warnf(config->global, "curl_formadd failed!\n");
Curl_safefree(contents);
return 7;
}
#endif
info[i].option = CURLFORM_COPYCONTENTS;
info[i].value = contp;
i++;
info[i].option = CURLFORM_END;
if(curl_formadd(httppost, last_post,
CURLFORM_ARRAY, info, CURLFORM_END) != 0) {
warnf(config->global, "curl_formadd failed!\n");
Curl_safefree(contents);
return 8;
}
}
}
}
else {
warnf(config->global, "Illegally formatted input field!\n");
return 1;
}
Curl_safefree(contents);
return 0;
}
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