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#***************************************************************************
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# Copyright (C) 1998 - 2012, 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.
#
###########################################################################
#use strict;
my @xml;
my $warning=0;
my $trace=0;
sub decode_base64 {
tr:A-Za-z0-9+/::cd; # remove non-base64 chars
tr:A-Za-z0-9+/: -_:; # convert to uuencoded format
my $len = pack("c", 32 + 0.75*length); # compute length byte
return unpack("u", $len . $_); # uudecode and print
}
sub getpartattr {
# if $part is undefined (ie only one argument) then
# return the attributes of the section
my ($section, $part)=@_;
my %hash;
my $inside=0;
# print "Section: $section, part: $part\n";
for(@xml) {
# print "$inside: $_";
if(!$inside && ($_ =~ /^ *\<$section/)) {
$inside++;
}
if((1 ==$inside) && ( ($_ =~ /^ *\<$part([^>]*)/) ||
!(defined($part)) )
) {
$inside++;
my $attr=$1;
while($attr =~ s/ *([^=]*)= *(\"([^\"]*)\"|([^\> ]*))//) {
my ($var, $cont)=($1, $2);
$cont =~ s/^\"(.*)\"$/$1/;
$hash{$var}=$cont;
}
last;
}
# detect end of section when part wasn't found
elsif((1 ==$inside) && ($_ =~ /^ *\<\/$section\>/)) {
last;
}
elsif((2 ==$inside) && ($_ =~ /^ *\<\/$part/)) {
$inside--;
}
}
return %hash;
}
sub getpart {
my ($section, $part)=@_;
my @this;
my $inside=0;
my $base64=0;
# print "Section: $section, part: $part\n";
for(@xml) {
# print "$inside: $_";
if(!$inside && ($_ =~ /^ *\<$section/)) {
$inside++;
}
elsif(($inside >= 1) && ($_ =~ /^ *\<$part[ \>]/)) {
if($inside > 1) {
push @this, $_;
}
elsif($_ =~ /$part [^>]*base64=/) {
# attempt to detect our base64 encoded part
$base64=1;
}
$inside++;
}
elsif(($inside >= 2) && ($_ =~ /^ *\<\/$part[ \>]/)) {
if($inside > 2) {
push @this, $_;
}
$inside--;
}
elsif(($inside >= 1) && ($_ =~ /^ *\<\/$section/)) {
if($trace && @this) {
print STDERR "*** getpart.pm: $section/$part returned data!\n";
}
if($warning && !@this) {
print STDERR "*** getpart.pm: $section/$part returned empty!\n";
}
if($base64) {
# decode the whole array before returning it!
for(@this) {
my $decoded = decode_base64($_);
$_ = $decoded;
}
}
return @this;
}
elsif($inside >= 2) {
push @this, $_;
}
}
if($trace && @this) {
# section/part has data but end of section not detected,
# end of file implies end of section.
print STDERR "*** getpart.pm: $section/$part returned data!\n";
}
if($warning && !@this) {
# section/part does not exist or has no data without an end of
# section; end of file implies end of section.
print STDERR "*** getpart.pm: $section/$part returned empty!\n";
}
return @this;
}
sub partexists {
my ($section, $part)=@_;
my $inside = 0;
for(@xml) {
if(!$inside && ($_ =~ /^ *\<$section/)) {
$inside++;
}
elsif((1 == $inside) && ($_ =~ /^ *\<$part[ \>]/)) {
return 1; # exists
}
elsif((1 == $inside) && ($_ =~ /^ *\<\/$section/)) {
return 0; # does not exist
}
}
return 0; # does not exist
}
# Return entire document as list of lines
sub getall {
return @xml;
}
sub loadtest {
my ($file)=@_;
undef @xml;
if(open(XML, "<$file")) {
binmode XML; # for crapage systems, use binary
while(<XML>) {
push @xml, $_;
}
close(XML);
}
else {
# failure
if($warning) {
print STDERR "file $file wouldn't open!\n";
}
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
#
# Strip off all lines that match the specified pattern and return
# the new array.
#
sub striparray {
my ($pattern, $arrayref) = @_;
my @array;
for(@$arrayref) {
if($_ !~ /$pattern/) {
push @array, $_;
}
}
return @array;
}
#
# pass array *REFERENCES* !
#
sub compareparts {
my ($firstref, $secondref)=@_;
my $first = join("", @$firstref);
my $second = join("", @$secondref);
# we cannot compare arrays index per index since with the base64 chunks,
# they may not be "evenly" distributed
# NOTE: this no longer strips off carriage returns from the arrays. Is that
# really necessary? It ruins the testing of newlines. I believe it was once
# added to enable tests on win32.
if($first ne $second) {
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
#
# Write a given array to the specified file
#
sub writearray {
my ($filename, $arrayref)=@_;
open(TEMP, ">$filename");
binmode(TEMP,":raw"); # cygwin fix by Kevin Roth
for(@$arrayref) {
print TEMP $_;
}
close(TEMP);
}
#
# Load a specified file and return it as an array
#
sub loadarray {
my ($filename)=@_;
my @array;
open(TEMP, "<$filename");
while(<TEMP>) {
push @array, $_;
}
close(TEMP);
return @array;
}
# Given two array references, this function will store them in two temporary
# files, run 'diff' on them, store the result and return the diff output!
sub showdiff {
my ($logdir, $firstref, $secondref)=@_;
my $file1="$logdir/check-generated";
my $file2="$logdir/check-expected";
open(TEMP, ">$file1");
for(@$firstref) {
my $l = $_;
$l =~ s/\r/[CR]/g;
$l =~ s/\n/[LF]/g;
print TEMP $l;
print TEMP "\n";
}
close(TEMP);
open(TEMP, ">$file2");
for(@$secondref) {
my $l = $_;
$l =~ s/\r/[CR]/g;
$l =~ s/\n/[LF]/g;
print TEMP $l;
print TEMP "\n";
}
close(TEMP);
my @out = `diff -u $file2 $file1 2>/dev/null`;
if(!$out[0]) {
@out = `diff -c $file2 $file1 2>/dev/null`;
}
return @out;
}
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