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Curl_perfom: removed

Curl_perfom is no longer used anywhere since the always-multi commit
c431274, and some related functions were used only from within
Curl_perfom.
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1 parent e243d80 commit 32e8467a66778d3ffea64ff346d86bf4d9fd3db7 @bagder bagder committed Jan 31, 2013
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  1. +0 −372 lib/transfer.c
  2. +2 −2 lib/transfer.h
  3. +3 −3 lib/wildcard.h
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@@ -1245,156 +1245,6 @@ long Curl_sleep_time(curl_off_t rate_bps, curl_off_t cur_rate_bps,
return (long)rv;
}
-
-/*
- * Transfer()
- *
- * This function is what performs the actual transfer. It is capable of doing
- * both ways simultaneously. The transfer must already have been setup by a
- * call to Curl_setup_transfer().
- *
- * Note that headers are created in a preallocated buffer of a default size.
- * That buffer can be enlarged on demand, but it is never shrunken again.
- *
- */
-
-static CURLcode
-Transfer(struct connectdata *conn)
-{
- CURLcode result;
- struct SessionHandle *data = conn->data;
- struct SingleRequest *k = &data->req;
- bool done=FALSE;
- bool first=TRUE;
- long timeout_ms;
- int buffersize;
- long totmp;
-
- if((conn->sockfd == CURL_SOCKET_BAD) &&
- (conn->writesockfd == CURL_SOCKET_BAD))
- /* nothing to read, nothing to write, we're already OK! */
- return CURLE_OK;
-
- /* we want header and/or body, if neither then don't do this! */
- if(!k->getheader && data->set.opt_no_body)
- return CURLE_OK;
-
- while(!done) {
- curl_socket_t fd_read = conn->sockfd;
- curl_socket_t fd_write = conn->writesockfd;
- int keepon = k->keepon;
- timeout_ms = 1000;
-
- if(conn->waitfor) {
- /* if waitfor is set, get the RECV and SEND bits from that but keep the
- other bits */
- keepon &= ~ (KEEP_RECV|KEEP_SEND);
- keepon |= conn->waitfor & (KEEP_RECV|KEEP_SEND);
- }
-
- /* limit-rate logic: if speed exceeds threshold, then do not include fd in
- select set. The current speed is recalculated in each Curl_readwrite()
- call */
- if((keepon & KEEP_SEND) &&
- (!data->set.max_send_speed ||
- (data->progress.ulspeed < data->set.max_send_speed) )) {
- k->keepon &= ~KEEP_SEND_HOLD;
- }
- else {
- if(data->set.upload && data->set.max_send_speed &&
- (data->progress.ulspeed > data->set.max_send_speed) ) {
- /* calculate upload rate-limitation timeout. */
- buffersize = (int)(data->set.buffer_size ?
- data->set.buffer_size : BUFSIZE);
- totmp = Curl_sleep_time(data->set.max_send_speed,
- data->progress.ulspeed, buffersize);
- if(totmp < timeout_ms)
- timeout_ms = totmp;
- }
- fd_write = CURL_SOCKET_BAD;
- if(keepon & KEEP_SEND)
- k->keepon |= KEEP_SEND_HOLD; /* hold it */
- }
-
- if((keepon & KEEP_RECV) &&
- (!data->set.max_recv_speed ||
- (data->progress.dlspeed < data->set.max_recv_speed)) ) {
- k->keepon &= ~KEEP_RECV_HOLD;
- }
- else {
- if((!data->set.upload) && data->set.max_recv_speed &&
- (data->progress.dlspeed > data->set.max_recv_speed)) {
- /* Calculate download rate-limitation timeout. */
- buffersize = (int)(data->set.buffer_size ?
- data->set.buffer_size : BUFSIZE);
- totmp = Curl_sleep_time(data->set.max_recv_speed,
- data->progress.dlspeed, buffersize);
- if(totmp < timeout_ms)
- timeout_ms = totmp;
- }
- fd_read = CURL_SOCKET_BAD;
- if(keepon & KEEP_RECV)
- k->keepon |= KEEP_RECV_HOLD; /* hold it */
- }
-
- /* pause logic. Don't check descriptors for paused connections */
- if(k->keepon & KEEP_RECV_PAUSE)
- fd_read = CURL_SOCKET_BAD;
- if(k->keepon & KEEP_SEND_PAUSE)
- fd_write = CURL_SOCKET_BAD;
-
- /* The *_HOLD and *_PAUSE logic is necessary since even though there might
- be no traffic during the select interval, we still call
- Curl_readwrite() for the timeout case and if we limit transfer speed we
- must make sure that this function doesn't transfer anything while in
- HOLD status.
-
- The no timeout for the first round is for the protocols for which data
- has already been slurped off the socket and thus waiting for action
- won't work since it'll wait even though there is already data present
- to work with. */
- if(first &&
- ((fd_read != CURL_SOCKET_BAD) || (fd_write != CURL_SOCKET_BAD)))
- /* if this is the first lap and one of the file descriptors is fine
- to work with, skip the timeout */
- timeout_ms = 0;
- else {
- totmp = Curl_timeleft(data, &k->now, FALSE);
- if(totmp < 0)
- return CURLE_OPERATION_TIMEDOUT;
- else if(!totmp)
- totmp = 1000;
-
- if(totmp < timeout_ms)
- timeout_ms = totmp;
- }
-
- switch (Curl_socket_ready(fd_read, fd_write, timeout_ms)) {
- case -1: /* select() error, stop reading */
-#ifdef EINTR
- /* The EINTR is not serious, and it seems you might get this more
- often when using the lib in a multi-threaded environment! */
- if(SOCKERRNO == EINTR)
- continue;
-#endif
- return CURLE_RECV_ERROR; /* indicate a network problem */
- case 0: /* timeout */
- default: /* readable descriptors */
-
- result = Curl_readwrite(conn, &done);
- /* "done" signals to us if the transfer(s) are ready */
- break;
- }
- if(result)
- return result;
-
- first = FALSE; /* not the first lap anymore */
- }
-
- return CURLE_OK;
-}
-
-
/*
* Curl_pretransfer() is called immediately before a transfer starts.
*/
@@ -1925,38 +1775,6 @@ CURLcode Curl_follow(struct SessionHandle *data,
#endif /* CURL_DISABLE_HTTP */
}
-static CURLcode
-connect_host(struct SessionHandle *data,
- struct connectdata **conn)
-{
- CURLcode res = CURLE_OK;
-
- bool async;
- bool protocol_done=TRUE; /* will be TRUE always since this is only used
- within the easy interface */
- Curl_pgrsTime(data, TIMER_STARTSINGLE);
- res = Curl_connect(data, conn, &async, &protocol_done);
-
- if((CURLE_OK == res) && async) {
- /* Now, if async is TRUE here, we need to wait for the name
- to resolve */
- res = Curl_resolver_wait_resolv(*conn, NULL);
- if(CURLE_OK == res) {
- /* Resolved, continue with the connection */
- res = Curl_async_resolved(*conn, &protocol_done);
- if(res)
- *conn = NULL;
- }
- else {
- /* if we can't resolve, we kill this "connection" now */
- (void)Curl_disconnect(*conn, /* dead_connection */ FALSE);
- *conn = NULL;
- }
- }
-
- return res;
-}
-
CURLcode
Curl_reconnect_request(struct connectdata **connp)
{
@@ -2060,196 +1878,6 @@ CURLcode Curl_retry_request(struct connectdata *conn,
return CURLE_OK;
}
-static CURLcode Curl_do_perform(struct SessionHandle *data)
-{
- CURLcode res;
- CURLcode res2;
- struct connectdata *conn=NULL;
- char *newurl = NULL; /* possibly a new URL to follow to! */
- followtype follow = FOLLOW_NONE;
-
- res = Curl_pretransfer(data);
- if(res)
- return res;
-
- /*
- * It is important that there is NO 'return' from this function at any other
- * place than falling down to the end of the function! This is because we
- * have cleanup stuff that must be done before we get back, and that is only
- * performed after this do-while loop.
- */
-
- for(;;) {
- res = connect_host(data, &conn); /* primary connection */
-
- if(res == CURLE_OK) {
- bool do_done;
- if(data->set.connect_only) {
- /* keep connection open for application to use the socket */
- conn->bits.close = FALSE;
- res = Curl_done(&conn, CURLE_OK, FALSE);
- break;
- }
- res = Curl_do(&conn, &do_done);
-
- if(res == CURLE_OK) {
- if(conn->data->set.wildcardmatch) {
- if(conn->data->wildcard.state == CURLWC_DONE ||
- conn->data->wildcard.state == CURLWC_SKIP) {
- /* keep connection open for application to use the socket */
- conn->bits.close = FALSE;
- res = Curl_done(&conn, CURLE_OK, FALSE);
- break;
- }
- }
- res = Transfer(conn); /* now fetch that URL please */
- if((res == CURLE_OK) || (res == CURLE_RECV_ERROR)) {
- bool retry = FALSE;
- CURLcode rc = Curl_retry_request(conn, &newurl);
- if(rc)
- res = rc;
- else
- retry = (newurl?TRUE:FALSE);
-
- if(retry) {
- /* we know (newurl != NULL) at this point */
- res = CURLE_OK;
- follow = FOLLOW_RETRY;
- }
- else if(res == CURLE_OK) {
- /*
- * We must duplicate the new URL here as the connection data may
- * be free()ed in the Curl_done() function. We prefer the newurl
- * one since that's used for redirects or just further requests
- * for retries or multi-stage HTTP auth methods etc.
- */
- if(data->req.newurl) {
- follow = FOLLOW_REDIR;
- newurl = strdup(data->req.newurl);
- if(!newurl)
- res = CURLE_OUT_OF_MEMORY;
- }
- else if(data->req.location) {
- follow = FOLLOW_FAKE;
- newurl = strdup(data->req.location);
- if(!newurl)
- res = CURLE_OUT_OF_MEMORY;
- }
- }
-
- /* in the above cases where 'newurl' gets assigned, we have a fresh
- * allocated memory pointed to */
- }
- if(res != CURLE_OK) {
- /* The transfer phase returned error, we mark the connection to get
- * closed to prevent being re-used. This is because we can't
- * possibly know if the connection is in a good shape or not now. */
- conn->bits.close = TRUE;
-
- if(CURL_SOCKET_BAD != conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET]) {
- /* if we failed anywhere, we must clean up the secondary socket if
- it was used */
- Curl_closesocket(conn, conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET]);
- conn->sock[SECONDARYSOCKET] = CURL_SOCKET_BAD;
- }
- }
-
- /* Always run Curl_done(), even if some of the previous calls
- failed, but return the previous (original) error code */
- res2 = Curl_done(&conn, res, FALSE);
-
- if(CURLE_OK == res)
- res = res2;
- }
- else if(conn)
- /* Curl_do() failed, clean up left-overs in the done-call, but note
- that at some cases the conn pointer is NULL when Curl_do() failed
- and the connection cache is very small so only call Curl_done() if
- conn is still "alive". */
- /* ignore return code since we already have an error to return */
- (void)Curl_done(&conn, res, FALSE);
-
- /*
- * Important: 'conn' cannot be used here, since it may have been closed
- * in 'Curl_done' or other functions.
- */
-
- if((res == CURLE_OK) && follow) {
- res = Curl_follow(data, newurl, follow);
- if(CURLE_OK == res) {
- /* if things went fine, Curl_follow() freed or otherwise took
- responsibility for the newurl pointer */
- newurl = NULL;
- if(follow >= FOLLOW_RETRY) {
- follow = FOLLOW_NONE;
- continue;
- }
- /* else we break out of the loop below */
- }
- }
- }
- break; /* it only reaches here when this shouldn't loop */
-
- } /* loop if Location: */
-
- if(newurl)
- free(newurl);
-
- if(res && !data->state.errorbuf) {
- /*
- * As an extra precaution: if no error string has been set and there was
- * an error, use the strerror() string or if things are so bad that not
- * even that is good, set a bad string that mentions the error code.
- */
- const char *str = curl_easy_strerror(res);
- if(!str)
- failf(data, "unspecified error %d", (int)res);
- else
- failf(data, "%s", str);
- }
-
- /* run post-transfer unconditionally, but don't clobber the return code if
- we already have an error code recorder */
- res2 = Curl_posttransfer(data);
- if(!res && res2)
- res = res2;
-
- return res;
-}
-
-/*
- * Curl_perform() is the internal high-level function that gets called by the
- * external curl_easy_perform() function. It inits, performs and cleans up a
- * single file transfer.
- */
-CURLcode Curl_perform(struct SessionHandle *data)
-{
- CURLcode res;
- if(!data->set.wildcardmatch)
- return Curl_do_perform(data);
-
- /* init main wildcard structures */
- res = Curl_wildcard_init(&data->wildcard);
- if(res)
- return res;
-
- res = Curl_do_perform(data);
- if(res) {
- Curl_wildcard_dtor(&data->wildcard);
- return res;
- }
-
- /* wildcard loop */
- while(!res && data->wildcard.state != CURLWC_DONE)
- res = Curl_do_perform(data);
-
- Curl_wildcard_dtor(&data->wildcard);
-
- /* wildcard download finished or failed */
- data->wildcard.state = CURLWC_INIT;
- return res;
-}
-
/*
* Curl_setup_transfer() is called to setup some basic properties for the
* upcoming transfer.
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