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/*! @file SimpleOpt.h
@version 3.5
@brief A cross-platform command line library which can parse almost any
of the standard command line formats in use today. It is designed
explicitly to be portable to any platform and has been tested on Windows
and Linux. See CSimpleOptTempl for the class definition.
@section features FEATURES
- MIT Licence allows free use in all software (including GPL
and commercial)
- multi-platform (Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2K/XP, Linux, Unix)
- supports all lengths of option names:
<table width="60%">
<tr><td width="30%"> -
<td>switch character only (e.g. use stdin for input)
<tr><td> -o
<td>short (single character)
<tr><td> -long
<td>long (multiple character, single switch character)
<tr><td> --longer
<td>long (multiple character, multiple switch characters)
</table>
- supports all types of arguments for options:
<table width="60%">
<tr><td width="30%"> --option
<td>short/long option flag (no argument)
<tr><td> --option ARG
<td>short/long option with separate required argument
<tr><td> --option=ARG
<td>short/long option with combined required argument
<tr><td> --option[=ARG]
<td>short/long option with combined optional argument
<tr><td> -oARG
<td>short option with combined required argument
<tr><td> -o[ARG]
<td>short option with combined optional argument
</table>
- supports options with multiple or variable numbers of arguments:
<table width="60%">
<tr><td width="30%"> --multi ARG1 ARG2
<td>Multiple arguments
<tr><td> --multi N ARG-1 ARG-2 ... ARG-N
<td>Variable number of arguments
</table>
- supports case-insensitive option matching on short, long and/or
word arguments.
- supports options which do not use a switch character. i.e. a special
word which is construed as an option.
e.g. "foo.exe open /directory/file.txt"
- supports clumping of multiple short options (no arguments) in a string
e.g. "foo.exe -abcdef file1" <==> "foo.exe -a -b -c -d -e -f file1"
- automatic recognition of a single slash as equivalent to a single
hyphen on Windows, e.g. "/f FILE" is equivalent to "-f FILE".
- file arguments can appear anywhere in the argument list:
"foo.exe file1.txt -a ARG file2.txt --flag file3.txt file4.txt"
files will be returned to the application in the same order they were
supplied on the command line
- short-circuit option matching: "--man" will match "--mandate"
invalid options can be handled while continuing to parse the command
line valid options list can be changed dynamically during command line
processing, i.e. accept different options depending on an option
supplied earlier in the command line.
- implemented with only a single C++ header file
- optionally use no C runtime or OS functions
- char, wchar_t and Windows TCHAR in the same program
- complete working examples included
- compiles cleanly at warning level 4 (Windows/VC.NET 2003), warning
level 3 (Windows/VC6) and -Wall (Linux/gcc)
@section usage USAGE
The SimpleOpt class is used by following these steps:
<ol>
<li> Include the SimpleOpt.h header file
<pre>
\#include "SimpleOpt.h"
</pre>
<li> Define an array of valid options for your program.
<pre>
@link CSimpleOptTempl::SOption CSimpleOpt::SOption @endlink g_rgOptions[] = {
{ OPT_FLAG, _T("-a"), SO_NONE }, // "-a"
{ OPT_FLAG, _T("-b"), SO_NONE }, // "-b"
{ OPT_ARG, _T("-f"), SO_REQ_SEP }, // "-f ARG"
{ OPT_HELP, _T("-?"), SO_NONE }, // "-?"
{ OPT_HELP, _T("--help"), SO_NONE }, // "--help"
SO_END_OF_OPTIONS // END
};
</pre>
Note that all options must start with a hyphen even if the slash will
be accepted. This is because the slash character is automatically
converted into a hyphen to test against the list of options.
For example, the following line matches both "-?" and "/?"
(on Windows).
<pre>
{ OPT_HELP, _T("-?"), SO_NONE }, // "-?"
</pre>
<li> Instantiate a CSimpleOpt object supplying argc, argv and the option
table
<pre>
@link CSimpleOptTempl CSimpleOpt @endlink args(argc, argv, g_rgOptions);
</pre>
<li> Process the arguments by calling Next() until it returns false.
On each call, first check for an error by calling LastError(), then
either handle the error or process the argument.
<pre>
while (args.Next()) {
if (args.LastError() == SO_SUCCESS) {
handle option: use OptionId(), OptionText() and OptionArg()
}
else {
handle error: see ESOError enums
}
}
</pre>
<li> Process all non-option arguments with File(), Files() and FileCount()
<pre>
ShowFiles(args.FileCount(), args.Files());
</pre>
</ol>
@section notes NOTES
- In MBCS mode, this library is guaranteed to work correctly only when
all option names use only ASCII characters.
- Note that if case-insensitive matching is being used then the first
matching option in the argument list will be returned.
@section licence MIT LICENCE
The licence text below is the boilerplate "MIT Licence" used from:
http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php
Copyright (c) 2006-2007, Brodie Thiesfield
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included
in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY
CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE
SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
*/
/*! @mainpage
<table>
<tr><th>Library <td>SimpleOpt
<tr><th>Author <td>Brodie Thiesfield [code at jellycan dot com]
<tr><th>Source <td>http://code.jellycan.com/simpleopt/
</table>
@section SimpleOpt SimpleOpt
A cross-platform library providing a simple method to parse almost any of
the standard command-line formats in use today.
See the @link SimpleOpt.h SimpleOpt @endlink documentation for full
details.
@section SimpleGlob SimpleGlob
A cross-platform file globbing library providing the ability to
expand wildcards in command-line arguments to a list of all matching
files.
See the @link SimpleGlob.h SimpleGlob @endlink documentation for full
details.
*/
#ifndef INCLUDED_SimpleOpt
#define INCLUDED_SimpleOpt
// Default the max arguments to a fixed value. If you want to be able to
// handle any number of arguments, then predefine this to 0 and it will
// use an internal dynamically allocated buffer instead.
#ifdef SO_MAX_ARGS
# define SO_STATICBUF SO_MAX_ARGS
#else
# include <stdlib.h> // malloc, free
# include <string.h> // memcpy
# define SO_STATICBUF 50
#endif
//! Error values
typedef enum _ESOError
{
//! No error
SO_SUCCESS = 0,
/*! It looks like an option (it starts with a switch character), but
it isn't registered in the option table. */
SO_OPT_INVALID = -1,
/*! Multiple options matched the supplied option text.
Only returned when NOT using SO_O_EXACT. */
SO_OPT_MULTIPLE = -2,
/*! Option doesn't take an argument, but a combined argument was
supplied. */
SO_ARG_INVALID = -3,
/*! SO_REQ_CMB style-argument was supplied to a SO_REQ_SEP option
Only returned when using SO_O_PEDANTIC. */
SO_ARG_INVALID_TYPE = -4,
//! Required argument was not supplied
SO_ARG_MISSING = -5,
/*! Option argument looks like another option.
Only returned when NOT using SO_O_NOERR. */
SO_ARG_INVALID_DATA = -6
} ESOError;
//! Option flags
enum _ESOFlags
{
/*! Disallow partial matching of option names */
SO_O_EXACT = 0x0001,
/*! Disallow use of slash as an option marker on Windows.
Un*x only ever recognizes a hyphen. */
SO_O_NOSLASH = 0x0002,
/*! Permit arguments on single letter options with no equals sign.
e.g. -oARG or -o[ARG] */
SO_O_SHORTARG = 0x0004,
/*! Permit single character options to be clumped into a single
option string. e.g. "-a -b -c" <==> "-abc" */
SO_O_CLUMP = 0x0008,
/*! Process the entire argv array for options, including the
argv[0] entry. */
SO_O_USEALL = 0x0010,
/*! Do not generate an error for invalid options. errors for missing
arguments will still be generated. invalid options will be
treated as files. invalid options in clumps will be silently
ignored. */
SO_O_NOERR = 0x0020,
/*! Validate argument type pedantically. Return an error when a
separated argument "-opt arg" is supplied by the user as a
combined argument "-opt=arg". By default this is not considered
an error. */
SO_O_PEDANTIC = 0x0040,
/*! Case-insensitive comparisons for short arguments */
SO_O_ICASE_SHORT = 0x0100,
/*! Case-insensitive comparisons for long arguments */
SO_O_ICASE_LONG = 0x0200,
/*! Case-insensitive comparisons for word arguments
i.e. arguments without any hyphens at the start. */
SO_O_ICASE_WORD = 0x0400,
/*! Case-insensitive comparisons for all arg types */
SO_O_ICASE = 0x0700
};
/*! Types of arguments that options may have. Note that some of the _ESOFlags
are not compatible with all argument types. SO_O_SHORTARG requires that
relevant options use either SO_REQ_CMB or SO_OPT. SO_O_CLUMP requires
that relevant options use only SO_NONE.
*/
typedef enum _ESOArgType {
/*! No argument. Just the option flags.
e.g. -o --opt */
SO_NONE,
/*! Required separate argument.
e.g. -o ARG --opt ARG */
SO_REQ_SEP,
/*! Required combined argument.
e.g. -oARG -o=ARG --opt=ARG */
SO_REQ_CMB,
/*! Optional combined argument.
e.g. -o[ARG] -o[=ARG] --opt[=ARG] */
SO_OPT,
/*! Multiple separate arguments. The actual number of arguments is
determined programatically at the time the argument is processed.
e.g. -o N ARG1 ARG2 ... ARGN --opt N ARG1 ARG2 ... ARGN */
SO_MULTI
} ESOArgType;
//! this option definition must be the last entry in the table
#define SO_END_OF_OPTIONS { -1, NULL, SO_NONE }
#ifdef _DEBUG
# ifdef _MSC_VER
# include <crtdbg.h>
# define SO_ASSERT(b) _ASSERTE(b)
# else
# include <assert.h>
# define SO_ASSERT(b) assert(b)
# endif
#else
# define SO_ASSERT(b) //!< assertion used to test input data
#endif
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// MAIN TEMPLATE CLASS
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
/*! @brief Implementation of the SimpleOpt class */
template<class SOCHAR>
class CSimpleOptTempl
{
public:
/*! @brief Structure used to define all known options. */
struct SOption {
/*! ID to return for this flag. Optional but must be >= 0 */
int nId;
/*! arg string to search for, e.g. "open", "-", "-f", "--file"
Note that on Windows the slash option marker will be converted
to a hyphen so that "-f" will also match "/f". */
const SOCHAR * pszArg;
/*! type of argument accepted by this option */
ESOArgType nArgType;
};
/*! @brief Initialize the class. Init() must be called later. */
CSimpleOptTempl()
: m_rgShuffleBuf(NULL)
{
Init(0, NULL, NULL, 0);
}
/*! @brief Initialize the class in preparation for use. */
CSimpleOptTempl(
int argc,
SOCHAR * argv[],
const SOption * a_rgOptions,
int a_nFlags = 0
)
: m_rgShuffleBuf(NULL)
{
Init(argc, argv, a_rgOptions, a_nFlags);
}
#ifndef SO_MAX_ARGS
/*! @brief Deallocate any allocated memory. */
~CSimpleOptTempl() { if (m_rgShuffleBuf) free(m_rgShuffleBuf); }
#endif
/*! @brief Initialize the class in preparation for calling Next.
The table of options pointed to by a_rgOptions does not need to be
valid at the time that Init() is called. However on every call to
Next() the table pointed to must be a valid options table with the
last valid entry set to SO_END_OF_OPTIONS.
NOTE: the array pointed to by a_argv will be modified by this
class and must not be used or modified outside of member calls to
this class.
@param a_argc Argument array size
@param a_argv Argument array
@param a_rgOptions Valid option array
@param a_nFlags Optional flags to modify the processing of
the arguments
@return true Successful
@return false if SO_MAX_ARGC > 0: Too many arguments
if SO_MAX_ARGC == 0: Memory allocation failure
*/
bool Init(
int a_argc,
SOCHAR * a_argv[],
const SOption * a_rgOptions,
int a_nFlags = 0
);
/*! @brief Change the current options table during option parsing.
@param a_rgOptions Valid option array
*/
inline void SetOptions(const SOption * a_rgOptions) {
m_rgOptions = a_rgOptions;
}
/*! @brief Change the current flags during option parsing.
Note that changing the SO_O_USEALL flag here will have no affect.
It must be set using Init() or the constructor.
@param a_nFlags Flags to modify the processing of the arguments
*/
inline void SetFlags(int a_nFlags) { m_nFlags = a_nFlags; }
/*! @brief Query if a particular flag is set */
inline bool HasFlag(int a_nFlag) const {
return (m_nFlags & a_nFlag) == a_nFlag;
}
/*! @brief Advance to the next option if available.
When all options have been processed it will return false. When true
has been returned, you must check for an invalid or unrecognized
option using the LastError() method. This will be return an error
value other than SO_SUCCESS on an error. All standard data
(e.g. OptionText(), OptionArg(), OptionId(), etc) will be available
depending on the error.
After all options have been processed, the remaining files from the
command line can be processed in same order as they were passed to
the program.
@return true option or error available for processing
@return false all options have been processed
*/
bool Next();
/*! Stops processing of the command line and returns all remaining
arguments as files. The next call to Next() will return false.
*/
void Stop();
/*! @brief Return the last error that occurred.
This function must always be called before processing the current
option. This function is available only when Next() has returned true.
*/
inline ESOError LastError() const { return m_nLastError; }
/*! @brief Return the nId value from the options array for the current
option.
This function is available only when Next() has returned true.
*/
inline int OptionId() const { return m_nOptionId; }
/*! @brief Return the pszArg from the options array for the current
option.
This function is available only when Next() has returned true.
*/
inline const SOCHAR * OptionText() const { return m_pszOptionText; }
/*! @brief Return the argument for the current option where one exists.
If there is no argument for the option, this will return NULL.
This function is available only when Next() has returned true.
*/
inline SOCHAR * OptionArg() const { return m_pszOptionArg; }
/*! @brief Validate and return the desired number of arguments.
This is only valid when OptionId() has return the ID of an option
that is registered as SO_MULTI. It may be called multiple times
each time returning the desired number of arguments. Previously
returned argument pointers are remain valid.
If an error occurs during processing, NULL will be returned and
the error will be available via LastError().
@param n Number of arguments to return.
*/
SOCHAR ** MultiArg(int n);
/*! @brief Returned the number of entries in the Files() array.
After Next() has returned false, this will be the list of files (or
otherwise unprocessed arguments).
*/
inline int FileCount() const { return m_argc - m_nLastArg; }
/*! @brief Return the specified file argument.
@param n Index of the file to return. This must be between 0
and FileCount() - 1;
*/
inline SOCHAR * File(int n) const {
SO_ASSERT(n >= 0 && n < FileCount());
return m_argv[m_nLastArg + n];
}
/*! @brief Return the array of files. */
inline SOCHAR ** Files() const { return &m_argv[m_nLastArg]; }
private:
CSimpleOptTempl(const CSimpleOptTempl &); // disabled
CSimpleOptTempl & operator=(const CSimpleOptTempl &); // disabled
SOCHAR PrepareArg(SOCHAR * a_pszString) const;
bool NextClumped();
void ShuffleArg(int a_nStartIdx, int a_nCount);
int LookupOption(const SOCHAR * a_pszOption) const;
int CalcMatch(const SOCHAR *a_pszSource, const SOCHAR *a_pszTest) const;
// Find the '=' character within a string.
inline SOCHAR * FindEquals(SOCHAR *s) const {
while (*s && *s != (SOCHAR)'=') ++s;
return *s ? s : NULL;
}
bool IsEqual(SOCHAR a_cLeft, SOCHAR a_cRight, int a_nArgType) const;
inline void Copy(SOCHAR ** ppDst, SOCHAR ** ppSrc, int nCount) const {
#ifdef SO_MAX_ARGS
// keep our promise of no CLIB usage
while (nCount-- > 0) *ppDst++ = *ppSrc++;
#else
memcpy(ppDst, ppSrc, nCount * sizeof(SOCHAR*));
#endif
}
private:
const SOption * m_rgOptions; //!< pointer to options table
int m_nFlags; //!< flags
int m_nOptionIdx; //!< current argv option index
int m_nOptionId; //!< id of current option (-1 = invalid)
int m_nNextOption; //!< index of next option
int m_nLastArg; //!< last argument, after this are files
int m_argc; //!< argc to process
SOCHAR ** m_argv; //!< argv
const SOCHAR * m_pszOptionText; //!< curr option text, e.g. "-f"
SOCHAR * m_pszOptionArg; //!< curr option arg, e.g. "c:\file.txt"
SOCHAR * m_pszClump; //!< clumped single character options
SOCHAR m_szShort[3]; //!< temp for clump and combined args
ESOError m_nLastError; //!< error status from the last call
SOCHAR ** m_rgShuffleBuf; //!< shuffle buffer for large argc
};
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// IMPLEMENTATION
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
template<class SOCHAR>
bool
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::Init(
int a_argc,
SOCHAR * a_argv[],
const SOption * a_rgOptions,
int a_nFlags
)
{
m_argc = a_argc;
m_nLastArg = a_argc;
m_argv = a_argv;
m_rgOptions = a_rgOptions;
m_nLastError = SO_SUCCESS;
m_nOptionIdx = 0;
m_nOptionId = -1;
m_pszOptionText = NULL;
m_pszOptionArg = NULL;
m_nNextOption = (a_nFlags & SO_O_USEALL) ? 0 : 1;
m_szShort[0] = (SOCHAR)'-';
m_szShort[2] = (SOCHAR)'\0';
m_nFlags = a_nFlags;
m_pszClump = NULL;
#ifdef SO_MAX_ARGS
if (m_argc > SO_MAX_ARGS) {
m_nLastError = SO_ARG_INVALID_DATA;
m_nLastArg = 0;
return false;
}
#else
if (m_rgShuffleBuf) {
free(m_rgShuffleBuf);
}
if (m_argc > SO_STATICBUF) {
m_rgShuffleBuf = (SOCHAR**) malloc(sizeof(SOCHAR*) * m_argc);
if (!m_rgShuffleBuf) {
return false;
}
}
#endif
return true;
}
template<class SOCHAR>
bool
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::Next()
{
#ifdef SO_MAX_ARGS
if (m_argc > SO_MAX_ARGS) {
SO_ASSERT(!"Too many args! Check the return value of Init()!");
return false;
}
#endif
// process a clumped option string if appropriate
if (m_pszClump && *m_pszClump) {
// silently discard invalid clumped option
bool bIsValid = NextClumped();
while (*m_pszClump && !bIsValid && HasFlag(SO_O_NOERR)) {
bIsValid = NextClumped();
}
// return this option if valid or we are returning errors
if (bIsValid || !HasFlag(SO_O_NOERR)) {
return true;
}
}
SO_ASSERT(!m_pszClump || !*m_pszClump);
m_pszClump = NULL;
// init for the next option
m_nOptionIdx = m_nNextOption;
m_nOptionId = -1;
m_pszOptionText = NULL;
m_pszOptionArg = NULL;
m_nLastError = SO_SUCCESS;
// find the next option
SOCHAR cFirst;
int nTableIdx = -1;
int nOptIdx = m_nOptionIdx;
while (nTableIdx < 0 && nOptIdx < m_nLastArg) {
SOCHAR * pszArg = m_argv[nOptIdx];
m_pszOptionArg = NULL;
// find this option in the options table
cFirst = PrepareArg(pszArg);
if (pszArg[0] == (SOCHAR)'-') {
// find any combined argument string and remove equals sign
m_pszOptionArg = FindEquals(pszArg);
if (m_pszOptionArg) {
*m_pszOptionArg++ = (SOCHAR)'\0';
}
}
nTableIdx = LookupOption(pszArg);
// if we didn't find this option but if it is a short form
// option then we try the alternative forms
if (nTableIdx < 0
&& !m_pszOptionArg
&& pszArg[0] == (SOCHAR)'-'
&& pszArg[1]
&& pszArg[1] != (SOCHAR)'-'
&& pszArg[2])
{
// test for a short-form with argument if appropriate
if (HasFlag(SO_O_SHORTARG)) {
m_szShort[1] = pszArg[1];
int nIdx = LookupOption(m_szShort);
if (nIdx >= 0
&& (m_rgOptions[nIdx].nArgType == SO_REQ_CMB
|| m_rgOptions[nIdx].nArgType == SO_OPT))
{
m_pszOptionArg = &pszArg[2];
pszArg = m_szShort;
nTableIdx = nIdx;
}
}
// test for a clumped short-form option string and we didn't
// match on the short-form argument above
if (nTableIdx < 0 && HasFlag(SO_O_CLUMP)) {
m_pszClump = &pszArg[1];
++m_nNextOption;
if (nOptIdx > m_nOptionIdx) {
ShuffleArg(m_nOptionIdx, nOptIdx - m_nOptionIdx);
}
return Next();
}
}
// The option wasn't found. If it starts with a switch character
// and we are not suppressing errors for invalid options then it
// is reported as an error, otherwise it is data.
if (nTableIdx < 0) {
if (!HasFlag(SO_O_NOERR) && pszArg[0] == (SOCHAR)'-') {
m_pszOptionText = pszArg;
break;
}
pszArg[0] = cFirst;
++nOptIdx;
if (m_pszOptionArg) {
*(--m_pszOptionArg) = (SOCHAR)'=';
}
}
}
// end of options
if (nOptIdx >= m_nLastArg) {
if (nOptIdx > m_nOptionIdx) {
ShuffleArg(m_nOptionIdx, nOptIdx - m_nOptionIdx);
}
return false;
}
++m_nNextOption;
// get the option id
ESOArgType nArgType = SO_NONE;
if (nTableIdx < 0) {
m_nLastError = (ESOError) nTableIdx; // error code
}
else {
m_nOptionId = m_rgOptions[nTableIdx].nId;
m_pszOptionText = m_rgOptions[nTableIdx].pszArg;
// ensure that the arg type is valid
nArgType = m_rgOptions[nTableIdx].nArgType;
switch (nArgType) {
case SO_NONE:
if (m_pszOptionArg) {
m_nLastError = SO_ARG_INVALID;
}
break;
case SO_REQ_SEP:
if (m_pszOptionArg) {
// they wanted separate args, but we got a combined one,
// unless we are pedantic, just accept it.
if (HasFlag(SO_O_PEDANTIC)) {
m_nLastError = SO_ARG_INVALID_TYPE;
}
}
// more processing after we shuffle
break;
case SO_REQ_CMB:
if (!m_pszOptionArg) {
m_nLastError = SO_ARG_MISSING;
}
break;
case SO_OPT:
// nothing to do
break;
case SO_MULTI:
// nothing to do. Caller must now check for valid arguments
// using GetMultiArg()
break;
}
}
// shuffle the files out of the way
if (nOptIdx > m_nOptionIdx) {
ShuffleArg(m_nOptionIdx, nOptIdx - m_nOptionIdx);
}
// we need to return the separate arg if required, just re-use the
// multi-arg code because it all does the same thing
if ( nArgType == SO_REQ_SEP
&& !m_pszOptionArg
&& m_nLastError == SO_SUCCESS)
{
SOCHAR ** ppArgs = MultiArg(1);
if (ppArgs) {
m_pszOptionArg = *ppArgs;
}
}
return true;
}
template<class SOCHAR>
void
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::Stop()
{
if (m_nNextOption < m_nLastArg) {
ShuffleArg(m_nNextOption, m_nLastArg - m_nNextOption);
}
}
template<class SOCHAR>
SOCHAR
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::PrepareArg(
SOCHAR * a_pszString
) const
{
#ifdef _WIN32
// On Windows we can accept the forward slash as a single character
// option delimiter, but it cannot replace the '-' option used to
// denote stdin. On Un*x paths may start with slash so it may not
// be used to start an option.
if (!HasFlag(SO_O_NOSLASH)
&& a_pszString[0] == (SOCHAR)'/'
&& a_pszString[1]
&& a_pszString[1] != (SOCHAR)'-')
{
a_pszString[0] = (SOCHAR)'-';
return (SOCHAR)'/';
}
#endif
return a_pszString[0];
}
template<class SOCHAR>
bool
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::NextClumped()
{
// prepare for the next clumped option
m_szShort[1] = *m_pszClump++;
m_nOptionId = -1;
m_pszOptionText = NULL;
m_pszOptionArg = NULL;
m_nLastError = SO_SUCCESS;
// lookup this option, ensure that we are using exact matching
int nSavedFlags = m_nFlags;
m_nFlags = SO_O_EXACT;
int nTableIdx = LookupOption(m_szShort);
m_nFlags = nSavedFlags;
// unknown option
if (nTableIdx < 0) {
m_nLastError = (ESOError) nTableIdx; // error code
return false;
}
// valid option
m_pszOptionText = m_rgOptions[nTableIdx].pszArg;
ESOArgType nArgType = m_rgOptions[nTableIdx].nArgType;
if (nArgType == SO_NONE) {
m_nOptionId = m_rgOptions[nTableIdx].nId;
return true;
}
if (nArgType == SO_REQ_CMB && *m_pszClump) {
m_nOptionId = m_rgOptions[nTableIdx].nId;
m_pszOptionArg = m_pszClump;
while (*m_pszClump) ++m_pszClump; // must point to an empty string
return true;
}
// invalid option as it requires an argument
m_nLastError = SO_ARG_MISSING;
return true;
}
// Shuffle arguments to the end of the argv array.
//
// For example:
// argv[] = { "0", "1", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8" };
//
// ShuffleArg(1, 1) = { "0", "2", "3", "4", "5", "6", "7", "8", "1" };
// ShuffleArg(5, 2) = { "0", "1", "2", "3", "4", "7", "8", "5", "6" };
// ShuffleArg(2, 4) = { "0", "1", "6", "7", "8", "2", "3", "4", "5" };
template<class SOCHAR>
void
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::ShuffleArg(
int a_nStartIdx,
int a_nCount
)
{
SOCHAR * staticBuf[SO_STATICBUF];
SOCHAR ** buf = m_rgShuffleBuf ? m_rgShuffleBuf : staticBuf;
int nTail = m_argc - a_nStartIdx - a_nCount;
// make a copy of the elements to be moved
Copy(buf, m_argv + a_nStartIdx, a_nCount);
// move the tail down
Copy(m_argv + a_nStartIdx, m_argv + a_nStartIdx + a_nCount, nTail);
// append the moved elements to the tail
Copy(m_argv + a_nStartIdx + nTail, buf, a_nCount);
// update the index of the last unshuffled arg
m_nLastArg -= a_nCount;
}
// match on the long format strings. partial matches will be
// accepted only if that feature is enabled.
template<class SOCHAR>
int
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::LookupOption(
const SOCHAR * a_pszOption
) const
{
int nBestMatch = -1; // index of best match so far
int nBestMatchLen = 0; // matching characters of best match
int nLastMatchLen = 0; // matching characters of last best match
for (int n = 0; m_rgOptions[n].nId >= 0; ++n) {
// the option table must use hyphens as the option character,
// the slash character is converted to a hyphen for testing.
SO_ASSERT(m_rgOptions[n].pszArg[0] != (SOCHAR)'/');
int nMatchLen = CalcMatch(m_rgOptions[n].pszArg, a_pszOption);
if (nMatchLen == -1) {
return n;
}
if (nMatchLen > 0 && nMatchLen >= nBestMatchLen) {
nLastMatchLen = nBestMatchLen;
nBestMatchLen = nMatchLen;
nBestMatch = n;
}
}
// only partial matches or no match gets to here, ensure that we
// don't return a partial match unless it is a clear winner
if (HasFlag(SO_O_EXACT) || nBestMatch == -1) {
return SO_OPT_INVALID;
}
return (nBestMatchLen > nLastMatchLen) ? nBestMatch : SO_OPT_MULTIPLE;
}
// calculate the number of characters that match (case-sensitive)
// 0 = no match, > 0 == number of characters, -1 == perfect match
template<class SOCHAR>
int
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::CalcMatch(
const SOCHAR * a_pszSource,
const SOCHAR * a_pszTest
) const
{
if (!a_pszSource || !a_pszTest) {
return 0;
}
// determine the argument type
int nArgType = SO_O_ICASE_LONG;
if (a_pszSource[0] != '-') {
nArgType = SO_O_ICASE_WORD;
}
else if (a_pszSource[1] != '-' && !a_pszSource[2]) {
nArgType = SO_O_ICASE_SHORT;
}
// match and skip leading hyphens
while (*a_pszSource == (SOCHAR)'-' && *a_pszSource == *a_pszTest) {
++a_pszSource;
++a_pszTest;
}
if (*a_pszSource == (SOCHAR)'-' || *a_pszTest == (SOCHAR)'-') {
return 0;
}
// find matching number of characters in the strings
int nLen = 0;
while (*a_pszSource && IsEqual(*a_pszSource, *a_pszTest, nArgType)) {
++a_pszSource;
++a_pszTest;
++nLen;
}
// if we have exhausted the source...
if (!*a_pszSource) {
// and the test strings, then it's a perfect match
if (!*a_pszTest) {
return -1;
}
// otherwise the match failed as the test is longer than
// the source. i.e. "--mant" will not match the option "--man".
return 0;
}
// if we haven't exhausted the test string then it is not a match
// i.e. "--mantle" will not best-fit match to "--mandate" at all.
if (*a_pszTest) {
return 0;
}
// partial match to the current length of the test string
return nLen;
}
template<class SOCHAR>
bool
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::IsEqual(
SOCHAR a_cLeft,
SOCHAR a_cRight,
int a_nArgType
) const
{
// if this matches then we are doing case-insensitive matching
if (m_nFlags & a_nArgType) {
if (a_cLeft >= 'A' && a_cLeft <= 'Z') a_cLeft += 'a' - 'A';
if (a_cRight >= 'A' && a_cRight <= 'Z') a_cRight += 'a' - 'A';
}
return a_cLeft == a_cRight;
}
// calculate the number of characters that match (case-sensitive)
// 0 = no match, > 0 == number of characters, -1 == perfect match
template<class SOCHAR>
SOCHAR **
CSimpleOptTempl<SOCHAR>::MultiArg(
int a_nCount
)
{
// ensure we have enough arguments
if (m_nNextOption + a_nCount > m_nLastArg) {
m_nLastError = SO_ARG_MISSING;
return NULL;
}
// our argument array
SOCHAR ** rgpszArg = &m_argv[m_nNextOption];
// Ensure that each of the following don't start with an switch character.
// Only make this check if we are returning errors for unknown arguments.
if (!HasFlag(SO_O_NOERR)) {
for (int n = 0; n < a_nCount; ++n) {
SOCHAR ch = PrepareArg(rgpszArg[n]);
if (rgpszArg[n][0] == (SOCHAR)'-') {
rgpszArg[n][0] = ch;
m_nLastError = SO_ARG_INVALID_DATA;
return NULL;
}
rgpszArg[n][0] = ch;
}
}
// all good
m_nNextOption += a_nCount;
return rgpszArg;
}
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// TYPE DEFINITIONS
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
/*! @brief ASCII/MBCS version of CSimpleOpt */
typedef CSimpleOptTempl<char> CSimpleOptA;
/*! @brief wchar_t version of CSimpleOpt */
typedef CSimpleOptTempl<wchar_t> CSimpleOptW;
#if defined(_UNICODE)
/*! @brief TCHAR version dependent on if _UNICODE is defined */
# define CSimpleOpt CSimpleOptW
#else
/*! @brief TCHAR version dependent on if _UNICODE is defined */
# define CSimpleOpt CSimpleOptA
#endif
#endif // INCLUDED_SimpleOpt
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