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/* -*-mode: c; tab-width: 8; indent-tabs-mode: t; c-basic-offset: 8 -*-*/
/*
** Copyright (C) 2011-2012 Dirk-Jan C. Binnema <djcb@djcbsoftware.nl>
**
** This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
** under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
** Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option) any
** later version.
**
** This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
** but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
** MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
** GNU General Public License for more details.
**
** You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
** along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
** Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
**
*/
#if HAVE_CONFIG_H
#include "config.h"
#endif /*HAVE_CONFIG_H*/
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <glib/gprintf.h>
/* hopefully, the should get us a sane PATH_MAX */
#include <limits.h>
/* not all systems provide PATH_MAX in limits.h */
#ifndef PATH_MAX
#include <sys/param.h>
#ifndef PATH_MAX
#define PATH_MAX MAXPATHLEN
#endif /*!PATH_MAX */
#endif /*PATH_MAX */
#include "mu-runtime.h"
#include "mu-str.h"
#include "mu-cmd.h"
#include "mu-maildir.h"
#include "mu-query.h"
#include "mu-index.h"
#include "mu-msg-part.h"
#include "mu-contacts.h"
/* signal handling *****************************************************/
/*
* when we receive SIGINT, SIGHUP, SIGTERM, set MU_CAUGHT_SIGNAL to
* TRUE
* */
static gboolean MU_TERMINATE;
static void
sig_handler (int sig)
{
MU_TERMINATE = TRUE;
}
static void
install_sig_handler (void)
{
struct sigaction action;
int i, sigs[] = { SIGINT, SIGHUP, SIGTERM, SIGPIPE };
MU_TERMINATE = FALSE;
action.sa_handler = sig_handler;
sigemptyset(&action.sa_mask);
action.sa_flags = SA_RESETHAND;
for (i = 0; i != G_N_ELEMENTS(sigs); ++i)
if (sigaction (sigs[i], &action, NULL) != 0)
g_critical ("set sigaction for %d failed: %s",
sigs[i], strerror (errno));;
}
/************************************************************************/
/*
* Markers for/after the lenght cookie that precedes the expression we
* write to output. We use octal 376, 377 (ie, 0xfe, 0xff) as they
* will never occur in utf8 */
#define COOKIE_PRE '\376'
#define COOKIE_POST '\377'
static void G_GNUC_PRINTF(1, 2)
print_expr (const char* frm, ...)
{
char *expr;
va_list ap;
ssize_t rv;
size_t exprlen, lenlen;
char cookie[16];
static int outfd = 0;
if (outfd == 0)
outfd = fileno (stdout);
expr = NULL;
va_start (ap, frm);
exprlen = g_vasprintf (&expr, frm, ap);
va_end (ap);
/* this cookie tells the frontend where to expect the next
* expression */
cookie[0] = COOKIE_PRE;
lenlen = sprintf(cookie + 1, "%x",
(unsigned)exprlen + 1); /* + 1 for \n */
cookie[lenlen + 1] = COOKIE_POST;
/* write the cookie, ie.
* COOKIE_PRE <len-of-following-sexp-in-hex> COOKIE_POST
*/
rv = write (outfd, cookie, lenlen + 2);
if (rv != -1) {
rv = write (outfd, expr, exprlen);
g_free (expr);
}
if (rv != -1)
rv = write (outfd, "\n", 1);
if (rv == -1) {
g_critical ("%s: write() failed: %s",
__FUNCTION__, strerror(errno));
/* terminate ourselves */
raise (SIGTERM);
}
}
static MuError
print_error (MuError errcode, const char *msg)
{
char *str;
str = mu_str_escape_c_literal (msg, TRUE);
print_expr ("(:error %u :message %s)", errcode, str);
g_free (str);
return errcode;
}
static MuError
print_and_clear_g_error (GError **err)
{
MuError rv;
if (err && *err)
rv = print_error ((*err)->code, (*err)->message);
else
rv = print_error (MU_ERROR_INTERNAL, "unknown error");
g_clear_error (err);
return rv;
}
static GSList*
read_line_as_list (GError **err)
{
char *line;
GSList *lst;
GString *gstr;
line = NULL;
gstr = g_string_sized_new (512);
fputs (";; mu> ", stdout);
do {
int kar;
kar = fgetc (stdin);
if (kar == '\n' || kar == EOF)
break;
else
gstr = g_string_append_c (gstr, (char)kar);
} while (1);
line = g_string_free (gstr, FALSE);
lst = mu_str_esc_to_list (line, err);
g_free (line);
return lst;
}
static const char*
get_string_from_args (GSList *args, const char *param, gboolean optional,
GError **err)
{
size_t param_len;
param_len = strlen (param);
while (args) {
const char *arg;
arg = (const char*)args->data;
/* do we have this param */
if (arg && g_str_has_prefix (arg, param) &&
arg[param_len] == ':')
return (const char*) arg + param_len + 1;
args = g_slist_next (args);
}
if (!optional)
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS,
"parameter '%s' not found", param);
return NULL;
}
static gboolean
get_bool_from_args (GSList *args, const char *param, gboolean optional, GError **err)
{
const char *val;
val = get_string_from_args (args, param, optional, err);
if (err && (*err != NULL))
return FALSE;
if (g_strcmp0 (val, "true") == 0)
return TRUE;
if (!val || g_strcmp0 (val, "false") == 0)
return FALSE;
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS,
"invalid value for parameter '%s'", param);
return FALSE;
}
#define GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN(ARGS,PARAM,SP,E) \
do { \
*(SP) = get_string_from_args ((ARGS),(PARAM),FALSE,(E)); \
if (!(*(SP))) \
return MU_G_ERROR_CODE((E)); \
} while (0);
/* NOTE: this assumes there is only _one_ docid (message) for the
* particular message id */
static unsigned
get_docid_from_msgid (MuQuery *query, const char *str, GError **err)
{
gchar *querystr;
unsigned docid;
MuMsgIter *iter;
querystr = g_strdup_printf ("msgid:%s", str);
iter = mu_query_run (query, querystr, FALSE,
MU_MSG_FIELD_ID_NONE, FALSE, 1, err);
g_free (querystr);
docid = MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID;
if (!iter || mu_msg_iter_is_done (iter))
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_NO_MATCHES,
"could not find message %s", str);
else {
MuMsg *msg;
msg = mu_msg_iter_get_msg_floating (iter);
if (!mu_msg_is_readable(msg)) {
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_FILE_CANNOT_READ,
"'%s' is not readable",
mu_msg_get_path(msg));
} else
docid = mu_msg_iter_get_docid (iter);
mu_msg_iter_destroy (iter);
}
return docid;
}
/* get a *list* of all messages with the given message id */
static GSList*
get_docids_from_msgids (MuQuery *query, const char *str, GError **err)
{
gchar *querystr;
MuMsgIter *iter;
GSList *lst;
querystr = g_strdup_printf ("msgid:%s", str);
iter = mu_query_run (query, querystr, FALSE,
MU_MSG_FIELD_ID_NONE, FALSE,-1 /*unlimited*/,
err);
g_free (querystr);
if (!iter || mu_msg_iter_is_done (iter)) {
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_NO_MATCHES,
"could not find message %s", str);
return NULL;
}
lst = NULL;
do {
lst = g_slist_prepend
(lst,
GSIZE_TO_POINTER(mu_msg_iter_get_docid (iter)));
} while (mu_msg_iter_next (iter));
mu_msg_iter_destroy (iter);
return lst;
}
/* the string contains either a number (docid) or a message-id if it
* doesn't look like a number, and the query param is non-nil, try to
* locale the message with message-id in the database, and return its
* docid */
static unsigned
determine_docid (MuQuery *query, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
const char* docidstr, *msgidstr;
docidstr = get_string_from_args (args, "docid", TRUE, err);
if (docidstr)
return atoi (docidstr);
/* no docid: param; use msgid: instead */
msgidstr = get_string_from_args (args, "msgid", TRUE, err);
if (!msgidstr) {
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS,
"neither docid nor msgid specified");
return MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID;
}
return get_docid_from_msgid (query, msgidstr, err);
}
#define DOCID_VALID_OR_ERROR_RETURN(DOCID,E) \
if ((DOCID)==MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID) { \
mu_util_g_set_error((E),MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS, \
"invalid docid"); \
return MU_G_ERROR_CODE((E)); \
}
#define EQSTR(S1,S2) (g_strcmp0((S1),(S2))==0)
struct _ServerContext {
MuStore *store;
MuQuery *query;
};
typedef struct _ServerContext ServerContext;
/*************************************************************************/
/* implementation for the commands -- for each command <x>, there is a
* dedicated function cmd_<x>. These function all are of the type CmdFunc
*
* these functions return errors only if they don't handle them
* themselves, where 'handling' is defined as 'report it using
* print_and_clear_g_error'
*
* if function return non-MU_OK, the repl will print the error instead
*/
typedef MuError (*CmdFunc) (ServerContext*,GSList*,GError**);
/* 'add' adds a message to the database, and takes two parameters:
* 'path', which is the full path to the message, and 'maildir', which
* is the maildir this message lives in (e.g. "/inbox"). response with
* an (:info ...) message with information about the newly added
* message (details: see code below)
*/
static MuError
cmd_add (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
unsigned docid;
const char *maildir, *path;
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "path", &path, err);
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "maildir", &maildir, err);
docid = mu_store_add_path (ctx->store, path, maildir, err);
if (docid == MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID)
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
else {
gchar *escpath;
escpath = mu_str_escape_c_literal (path, TRUE);
print_expr ("(:info add :path %s :docid %u)", escpath, docid);
g_free (escpath);
}
return MU_OK;
}
static void
each_part (MuMsg *msg, MuMsgPart *part, GSList **attlist)
{
char *att, *cachefile;
GError *err;
/* exclude things that don't look like proper attachments,
* unless they're images */
if (!mu_msg_part_maybe_attachment(part))
return;
err = NULL;
cachefile = mu_msg_part_save_temp (msg, MU_MSG_OPTION_OVERWRITE,
part->index, &err);
if (!cachefile) {
print_and_clear_g_error (&err);
return;
}
att = g_strdup_printf (
"(:file-name \"%s\" :mime-type \"%s/%s\")",
cachefile, part->type, part->subtype);
*attlist = g_slist_append (*attlist, att);
g_free (cachefile);
}
/* take the attachments of msg, save them as tmp files, and return
* as sexp (as a string) describing them
*
* ((:name <filename> :mime-type <mime-type> :disposition
* <attachment|inline>) ... )
*
*/
static gchar*
include_attachments (MuMsg *msg)
{
GSList *attlist, *cur;
GString *gstr;
attlist = NULL;
mu_msg_part_foreach (msg, MU_MSG_OPTION_NONE,
(MuMsgPartForeachFunc)each_part,
&attlist);
gstr = g_string_sized_new (512);
gstr = g_string_append_c (gstr, '(');
for (cur = attlist; cur; cur = g_slist_next (cur))
g_string_append (gstr, (gchar*)cur->data);
gstr = g_string_append_c (gstr, ')');
mu_str_free_list (attlist);
return g_string_free (gstr, FALSE);
}
enum { NEW, REPLY, FORWARD, EDIT, INVALID_TYPE };
static unsigned
compose_type (const char *typestr)
{
if (EQSTR (typestr, "reply"))
return REPLY;
else if (EQSTR (typestr, "forward"))
return FORWARD;
else if (EQSTR (typestr, "edit"))
return EDIT;
else if (EQSTR (typestr, "new"))
return NEW;
else
return INVALID_TYPE;
}
/* 'compose' produces the un-changed *original* message sexp (ie., the
* message to reply to, forward or edit) for a new message to
* compose). It takes two parameters: 'type' with the compose type
* (either reply, forward or edit), and 'docid' for the message to
* reply to. Note, type:new does not have an original message, and
* therefore does not need a docid
*
* In returns a (:compose <type> [:original <original-msg>] [:include] )
* message (detals: see code below)
*
* Note ':include' t or nil determines whether to include attachments
*/
static MuError
cmd_compose (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
const gchar *typestr;
char *sexp, *atts;
unsigned ctype;
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "type", &typestr, err);
ctype = compose_type (typestr);
if (ctype == INVALID_TYPE) {
print_error (MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS, "invalid type to compose");
return MU_OK;
}
if (ctype == REPLY || ctype == FORWARD || ctype == EDIT) {
MuMsg *msg;
const char *docidstr;
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "docid", &docidstr, err);
msg = mu_store_get_msg (ctx->store, atoi(docidstr), err);
if (!msg) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
sexp = mu_msg_to_sexp (msg, atoi(docidstr), NULL,
MU_MSG_OPTION_NONE);
atts = (ctype == FORWARD) ? include_attachments (msg) : NULL;
mu_msg_unref (msg);
} else
atts = sexp = NULL;
print_expr ("(:compose %s :original %s :include %s)",
typestr, sexp ? sexp : "nil", atts ? atts : "nil");
g_free (sexp);
g_free (atts);
return MU_OK;
}
struct _SexpData {
GString *gstr;
gboolean personal;
time_t after;
};
typedef struct _SexpData SexpData;
static void
each_contact_sexp (const char *email, const char *name, gboolean personal,
time_t tstamp, SexpData *sdata)
{
char *escmail;
/* (maybe) only include 'personal' contacts */
if (sdata->personal && !personal)
return;
/* only include newer-than-x contacts */
if (tstamp < sdata->after)
return;
/* only include *real* e-mail addresses (ignore local
* addresses... there's little to complete there anyway...) */
if (!email || !strstr (email, "@"))
return;
escmail = mu_str_escape_c_literal (email, TRUE);
if (name) {
char *escname;
escname = mu_str_escape_c_literal (name, TRUE);
g_string_append_printf (sdata->gstr, "(:name %s :mail %s)\n",
escname, escmail);
g_free (escname);
} else
g_string_append_printf (sdata->gstr, "(:mail %s)\n", escmail);
g_free (escmail);
}
/**
* get all contacts as an s-expression
*
* @param self contacts object
* @param personal_only whether to restrict the list to 'personal' email addresses
*
* @return the sexp
*/
static char*
contacts_to_sexp (MuContacts *contacts, gboolean personal, time_t after)
{
SexpData sdata;
g_return_val_if_fail (contacts, NULL);
sdata.personal = personal;
sdata.after = after;
/* make a guess for the initial size */
sdata.gstr = g_string_sized_new (mu_contacts_count(contacts) * 128);
sdata.gstr = g_string_append (sdata.gstr, "(:contacts (");
mu_contacts_foreach (contacts,
(MuContactsForeachFunc)each_contact_sexp,
&sdata, NULL, NULL);
sdata.gstr = g_string_append (sdata.gstr, "))");
return g_string_free (sdata.gstr, FALSE);
}
static MuError
cmd_contacts (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
MuContacts *contacts;
char *sexp;
gboolean personal;
time_t after;
const char *str;
personal = get_bool_from_args (args, "personal", TRUE, NULL);
str = get_string_from_args (args, "after", TRUE, NULL);
after = str ? (time_t)atoi(str) : 0;
contacts = mu_contacts_new
(mu_runtime_path (MU_RUNTIME_PATH_CONTACTS));
if (!contacts) {
print_error (MU_ERROR_INTERNAL,
"failed to open contacts cache");
return MU_OK;
}
/* dump the contacts cache as a giant sexp */
sexp = contacts_to_sexp (contacts, personal, after);
print_expr ("%s\n", sexp);
g_free (sexp);
mu_contacts_destroy (contacts);
return MU_OK;
}
static unsigned
print_sexps (MuMsgIter *iter, gboolean threads, unsigned maxnum)
{
unsigned u;
u = 0;
while (!mu_msg_iter_is_done (iter) && u < maxnum && !MU_TERMINATE) {
MuMsg *msg;
msg = mu_msg_iter_get_msg_floating (iter);
if (mu_msg_is_readable (msg)) {
char *sexp;
const MuMsgIterThreadInfo* ti;
ti = threads ? mu_msg_iter_get_thread_info (iter) : NULL;
sexp = mu_msg_to_sexp (msg, mu_msg_iter_get_docid (iter),
ti, MU_MSG_OPTION_HEADERS_ONLY);
print_expr ("%s", sexp);
g_free (sexp);
++u;
}
mu_msg_iter_next (iter);
}
return u;
}
static MuError
save_part (MuMsg *msg, unsigned docid,
unsigned index, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
gboolean rv;
const gchar *path;
gchar *escpath;
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "path", &path, err);
rv = mu_msg_part_save (msg, MU_MSG_OPTION_OVERWRITE,
path, index, err);
if (!rv) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
escpath = mu_str_escape_c_literal (path, FALSE);
print_expr ("(:info save :message \"%s has been saved\")",
escpath);
g_free (escpath);
return MU_OK;
}
static MuError
open_part (MuMsg *msg, unsigned docid, unsigned index, GError **err)
{
char *targetpath;
gboolean rv;
targetpath = mu_msg_part_get_cache_path (msg,MU_MSG_OPTION_NONE,
index, err);
if (!targetpath)
return print_and_clear_g_error (err);
rv = mu_msg_part_save (msg, MU_MSG_OPTION_USE_EXISTING,
targetpath, index, err);
if (!rv) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
goto leave;
}
rv = mu_util_play (targetpath, TRUE,/*allow local*/
FALSE/*allow remote*/, err);
if (!rv)
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
else {
gchar *path;
path = mu_str_escape_c_literal (targetpath, FALSE);
print_expr ("(:info open :message \"%s has been opened\")",
path);
g_free (path);
}
leave:
g_free (targetpath);
return MU_OK;
}
static MuError
temp_part (MuMsg *msg, unsigned docid, unsigned index, GSList *args,
GError **err)
{
const char *what, *param;
char *path;
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "what", &what, err);
param = get_string_from_args (args, "param", TRUE, NULL);
path = mu_msg_part_get_cache_path (msg, MU_MSG_OPTION_NONE,
index, err);
if (!path)
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
else if (!mu_msg_part_save (msg, MU_MSG_OPTION_USE_EXISTING,
path, index, err))
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
else {
gchar *escpath;
escpath = mu_str_escape_c_literal (path, FALSE);
if (param) {
char *escparam;
escparam = mu_str_escape_c_literal (param, FALSE);
print_expr ("(:temp \"%s\""
" :what \"%s\""
" :docid %u"
" :param \"%s\""")",
escpath, what, docid, escparam);
g_free (escparam);
} else
print_expr ("(:temp \"%s\" :what \"%s\" :docid %u)",
escpath, what, docid);
g_free (escpath);
}
g_free (path);
return MU_OK;
}
enum { SAVE, OPEN, TEMP, INVALID_ACTION };
static int
action_type (const char *actionstr)
{
if (EQSTR (actionstr, "save"))
return SAVE;
else if (EQSTR (actionstr, "open"))
return OPEN;
else if (EQSTR (actionstr, "temp"))
return TEMP;
else
return INVALID_ACTION;
}
/* 'extract' extracts some mime part from a message */
static MuError
cmd_extract (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
MuMsg *msg;
int docid, index, action;
MuError rv;
const char* actionstr, *indexstr;
/* read parameters */
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "action", &actionstr, err);
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "index", &indexstr, err);
index = atoi (indexstr);
docid = determine_docid (ctx->query, args, err);
if (docid == MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
if ((action = action_type (actionstr)) == INVALID_ACTION) {
print_error (MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS, "invalid action");
return MU_OK;
}
msg = mu_store_get_msg (ctx->store, docid, err);
if (!msg) {
print_error (MU_ERROR, "failed to get message");
return MU_OK;
}
switch (action) {
case SAVE: rv = save_part (msg, docid, index, args, err); break;
case OPEN: rv = open_part (msg, docid, index, err); break;
case TEMP: rv = temp_part (msg, docid, index, args, err); break;
default: print_error (MU_ERROR_INTERNAL, "unknown action");
}
if (rv != MU_OK)
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
mu_msg_unref (msg);
return MU_OK;
}
/* parse the find parameters, and return the values as out params */
static MuError
get_find_params (GSList *args, gboolean *threads, MuMsgFieldId *sortfield,
gboolean *reverse, int *maxnum, GError **err)
{
const char *maxnumstr, *sortfieldstr;
/* maximum number of results */
maxnumstr = get_string_from_args (args, "maxnum", TRUE, NULL);
*maxnum = maxnumstr ? atoi (maxnumstr) : 0;
/* whether to show threads or not */
*threads = get_bool_from_args (args, "threads", TRUE, NULL);
*reverse = get_bool_from_args (args, "reverse", TRUE, NULL);
/* field to sort by */
sortfieldstr = get_string_from_args (args, "sortfield", TRUE, NULL);
if (sortfieldstr) {
*sortfield = mu_msg_field_id_from_name (sortfieldstr, FALSE);
/* note: shortcuts are not allowed here */
if (*sortfield == MU_MSG_FIELD_ID_NONE) {
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS,
"not a valid sort field: '%s'", sortfield);
return MU_G_ERROR_CODE(err);
}
} else
*sortfield = MU_MSG_FIELD_ID_DATE;
return MU_OK;
}
/*
* 'find' finds a list of messages matching some query, and takes a
* parameter 'query' with the search query, and (optionally) a
* parameter 'maxnum' with the maximum number of messages to return.
*
* returns:
* => list of s-expressions, each describing a message =>
* (:found <number of found messages>)
*/
static MuError
cmd_find (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
MuMsgIter *iter;
unsigned foundnum;
int maxnum;
gboolean threads, reverse;
MuMsgFieldId sortfield;
const char *querystr;
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "query", &querystr, err);
if (get_find_params (args, &threads, &sortfield,
&reverse, &maxnum, err) != MU_OK) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
/* note: when we're threading, we get *all* matching messages,
* and then only return maxnum; this is so that we maximimize
* the change of all messages in a thread showing up */
iter = mu_query_run (ctx->query, querystr, threads,
sortfield, reverse,
threads ? -1 : maxnum, err);
if (!iter) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
/* before sending new results, send an 'erase' message, so the
* frontend knows it should erase the headers buffer. this
* will ensure that the output of two finds will not be
* mixed. */
print_expr ("(:erase t)");
foundnum = print_sexps (iter, threads,
maxnum > 0 ? maxnum : G_MAXINT32);
print_expr ("(:found %u)", foundnum);
mu_msg_iter_destroy (iter);
return MU_OK;
}
/* static gpointer */
/* start_guile (GuileData *data) */
/* { */
/* g_print ("starting guile"); */
/* sleep (10); */
/* } */
#ifdef BUILD_GUILE
static MuError
cmd_guile (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
const char *script, *file;
script = get_string_from_args (args, "script", TRUE, NULL);
file = get_string_from_args (args, "file", TRUE, NULL);
if (!script == !file) {
print_error (MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS,
"guile: must provide one of 'script', 'file'");
return MU_OK;
}
return MU_OK;
}
#else /*!BUILD_GUILE*/
static MuError
cmd_guile (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
print_error (MU_ERROR_INTERNAL,
"this mu does not have guile support");
return MU_OK;
}
#endif /*BUILD_GUILE*/
static MuError
index_msg_cb (MuIndexStats *stats, void *user_data)
{
if (MU_TERMINATE)
return MU_STOP;
if (stats->_processed % 1000)
return MU_OK;
print_expr ("(:info index :status running "
":processed %u :updated %u)",
stats->_processed, stats->_updated);
return MU_OK;
}
static void
set_my_addresses (MuStore *store, const char *addrstr)
{
char **my_addresses;
if (!addrstr)
return;
my_addresses = g_strsplit (addrstr, ",", -1);
mu_store_set_my_addresses (store, (const char**)my_addresses);
g_strfreev (my_addresses);
}
static char*
get_checked_path (const char *path)
{
char *cpath;
cpath = mu_util_dir_expand(path);
if (!cpath ||
!mu_util_check_dir (cpath, TRUE, FALSE)) {
print_error (MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS,
"not a readable dir: '%s'");
g_free (cpath);
return NULL;
}
return cpath;
}
static MuError
index_and_cleanup (MuIndex *index, const char *path, GError **err)
{
MuError rv;
MuIndexStats stats, stats2;
mu_index_stats_clear (&stats);
rv = mu_index_run (index, path, FALSE, &stats,
index_msg_cb, NULL, NULL);
if (rv != MU_OK && rv != MU_STOP) {
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_INTERNAL, "indexing failed");
return rv;
}
mu_index_stats_clear (&stats2);
rv = mu_index_cleanup (index, &stats2, NULL, NULL, err);
if (rv != MU_OK && rv != MU_STOP) {
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_INTERNAL, "cleanup failed");
return rv;
}
print_expr ("(:info index :status complete "
":processed %u :updated %u :cleaned-up %u)",
stats._processed, stats._updated, stats2._cleaned_up);
return rv;
}
/*
* 'index' (re)indexs maildir at path:<path>, and responds with (:info
* index ... ) messages while doing so (see the code)
*/
static MuError
cmd_index (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
MuIndex *index;
const char *argpath;
char *path;
index = NULL;
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "path", &argpath, err);
if (!(path = get_checked_path (argpath)))
goto leave;
set_my_addresses (ctx->store, get_string_from_args
(args, "my-addresses", TRUE, NULL));
if (!(index = mu_index_new (ctx->store, err)))
goto leave;
index_and_cleanup (index, path, err);
leave:
g_free (path);
if (err && *err)
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
mu_index_destroy (index);
return MU_OK;
}
/* 'mkdir' attempts to create a maildir directory at 'path:'; sends an
* (:info mkdir ...) message when it succeeds */
static MuError
cmd_mkdir (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
const char *path;
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "path", &path, err);
if (!mu_maildir_mkdir (path, 0755, FALSE, err))
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
else
print_expr ("(:info mkdir :message \"%s has been created\")",
path);
return MU_OK;
}
static MuFlags
get_flags (const char *path, const char *flagstr)
{
if (!flagstr)
return MU_FLAG_NONE; /* ie., ignore flags */
else {
/* if there's a '+' or '-' sign in the string, it must
* be a flag-delta */
if (strstr (flagstr, "+") || strstr (flagstr, "-")) {
MuFlags oldflags;
oldflags = mu_maildir_get_flags_from_path (path);
return mu_flags_from_str_delta (flagstr, oldflags,
MU_FLAG_TYPE_ANY);
} else
return mu_flags_from_str (flagstr, MU_FLAG_TYPE_ANY,
TRUE /*ignore invalid*/);
}
}
static MuError
do_move (MuStore *store, unsigned docid, MuMsg *msg, const char *maildir,
MuFlags flags, GError **err)
{
unsigned rv;
gchar *sexp;
gboolean different_mdir;
if (!maildir) {
maildir = mu_msg_get_maildir (msg);
different_mdir = FALSE;
} else
/* are we moving to a different mdir, or is it just flags? */
different_mdir =
(g_strcmp0 (maildir, mu_msg_get_maildir(msg)) != 0);
if (!mu_msg_move_to_maildir (msg, maildir, flags, TRUE, err))
return MU_G_ERROR_CODE (err);
/* note, after mu_msg_move_to_maildir, path will be the *new*
* path, and flags and maildir fields will be updated as
* wel */
rv = mu_store_update_msg (store, docid, msg, err);
if (rv == MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID) {
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_XAPIAN,
"failed to store updated message");
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
}
sexp = mu_msg_to_sexp (msg, docid, NULL, MU_MSG_OPTION_VERIFY);
/* note, the :move t thing is a hint to the frontend that it
* could remove the particular header */
print_expr ("(:update %s :move %s)", sexp,
different_mdir ? "t" : "nil");
g_free (sexp);
return MU_OK;
}
static MuError
move_msgid (MuStore *store, unsigned docid, const char* flagstr, GError **err)
{
MuMsg *msg;
MuError rv;
MuFlags flags;
rv = MU_ERROR;
msg = mu_store_get_msg (store, docid, err);
if (!msg)
goto leave;
flags = flagstr ? get_flags (mu_msg_get_path(msg), flagstr) :
mu_msg_get_flags (msg);
if (flags == MU_FLAG_INVALID) {
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS,
"invalid flags");
goto leave;
}
rv = do_move (store, docid, msg, NULL, flags, err);
leave:
if (msg)
mu_msg_unref (msg);
if (rv != MU_OK)
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return rv;
}
/* when called with a msgid, we need to take care of possibly multiple
* message with this message id. this is a common case when sending
* messages to ourselves (maybe through a mailing list), where there
* would a message in inbox and sentbox with the same id. we set the
* flag on both */
static gboolean
move_msgid_maybe (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
GSList *docids, *cur;
const char *maildir = get_string_from_args (args, "maildir", TRUE, err);
const char *msgid = get_string_from_args (args, "msgid", TRUE, err);
const char *flagstr = get_string_from_args (args, "flags", TRUE, err);
/* you cannot use 'maildir' for multiple messages at once */
if (!msgid || !flagstr || maildir)
return FALSE;
if (!(docids = get_docids_from_msgids (ctx->query, msgid, err))) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return TRUE;
}
for (cur = docids; cur; cur = g_slist_next(cur))
if (move_msgid (ctx->store, GPOINTER_TO_SIZE(cur->data),
flagstr, err) != MU_OK)
break;
g_slist_free (docids);
return TRUE;
}
/*
* 'move' moves a message to a different maildir and/or changes its
* flags. parameters are *either* a 'docid:' or 'msgid:' pointing to
* the message, a 'maildir:' for the target maildir, and a 'flags:'
* parameter for the new flags.
*
* returns an (:update <new-msg-sexp>)
*
*/
static MuError
cmd_move (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
unsigned docid;
MuMsg *msg;
MuFlags flags;
const char *maildir, *flagstr;
/* check if the move is based on the message id; if so, handle
* it in move_msgid_maybe */
if (move_msgid_maybe (ctx, args, err))
return MU_OK;
maildir = get_string_from_args (args, "maildir", TRUE, err);
flagstr = get_string_from_args (args, "flags", TRUE, err);
docid = determine_docid (ctx->query, args, err);
if (docid == MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID ||
!(msg = mu_store_get_msg (ctx->store, docid, err))) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
/* if maildir was not specified, take the current one */
if (!maildir)
maildir = mu_msg_get_maildir (msg);
/* determine the real target flags, which come from the
* flags-parameter we received (ie., flagstr), if any, plus
* the existing message flags. */
if (flagstr)
flags = get_flags (mu_msg_get_path(msg), flagstr);
else
flags = mu_msg_get_flags (msg);
if (flags == MU_FLAG_INVALID) {
print_error (MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS, "invalid flags");
goto leave;
}
if ((do_move (ctx->store, docid, msg, maildir, flags, err) != MU_OK))
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
leave:
mu_msg_unref (msg);
return MU_OK;
}
/* 'ping' takes no parameters, and provides information about this mu
* server using a (:pong ...) message (details: see code below)
*/
static MuError
cmd_ping (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
unsigned doccount;
doccount = mu_store_count (ctx->store, err);
if (doccount == (unsigned)-1)
return print_and_clear_g_error (err);
print_expr ("(:pong \"" PACKAGE_NAME "\" "
" :props ("
#ifdef BUILD_CRYPTO
" :crypto t "
#endif /*BUILD_CRYPTO*/
" :version \"" VERSION "\" "
" :doccount %u))",doccount);
return MU_OK;
}
/* 'quit' takes no parameters, terminates this mu server */
static MuError
cmd_quit (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args , GError **err)
{
print_expr (";; quiting");
return MU_STOP;
}
/*
* creating a message object just to get a path seems a bit excessive
* maybe mu_store_get_path could be added if this turns out to be a
* problem
*
* NOTE: not re-entrant.
*/
static const char*
get_path_from_docid (MuStore *store, unsigned docid, GError **err)
{
MuMsg *msg;
const char* msgpath;
static char path[PATH_MAX + 1];
msg = mu_store_get_msg (store, docid, err);
if (!msg)
return NULL;
msgpath = mu_msg_get_path (msg);
if (!msgpath) {
mu_msg_unref (msg);
return NULL;
}
strncpy (path, msgpath, sizeof(path));
mu_msg_unref (msg);
return path;
}
/* 'remove' removes the message with either docid: or msgid:, sends a
* (:remove ...) message when it succeeds
*/
static MuError
cmd_remove (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
unsigned docid;
const char *path;
docid = determine_docid (ctx->query, args, err);
if (docid == MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
path = get_path_from_docid (ctx->store, docid, err);
if (!path) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
if (unlink (path) != 0) {
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_FILE_CANNOT_UNLINK,
"%s", strerror (errno));
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
if (!mu_store_remove_path (ctx->store, path)) {
print_error (MU_ERROR_XAPIAN_REMOVE_FAILED,
"failed to remove from database");
return MU_OK;
}
print_expr ("(:remove %u)", docid);
return MU_OK;
}
/* 'add' adds a message to the database, and takes two parameters:
* 'path', which is the full path to the message, and 'maildir', which
* is the maildir this message lives in (e.g. "/inbox"). response with
* an (:info ...) message with information about the newly added
* message (details: see code below)
*/
static MuError
cmd_sent (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
unsigned docid;
const char *maildir, *path;
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "path", &path, err);
GET_STRING_OR_ERROR_RETURN (args, "maildir", &maildir, err);
docid = mu_store_add_path (ctx->store, path, maildir, err);
if (docid == MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID)
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
else {
gchar *escpath;
escpath = mu_str_escape_c_literal (path, TRUE);
print_expr ("(:sent t :path %s :docid %u)",
escpath, docid);
g_free (escpath);
}
return MU_OK;
}
static MuMsgOptions
get_view_msg_opts (GSList *args)
{
MuMsgOptions opts;
opts = MU_MSG_OPTION_VERIFY;
if (get_bool_from_args (args, "extract-images", FALSE, NULL))
opts |= MU_MSG_OPTION_EXTRACT_IMAGES;
if (get_bool_from_args (args, "use-agent", FALSE, NULL))
opts |= MU_MSG_OPTION_USE_AGENT;
if (get_bool_from_args (args, "auto-retrieve-key", FALSE, NULL))
opts |= MU_MSG_OPTION_AUTO_RETRIEVE;
if (get_bool_from_args (args, "extract-encrypted", FALSE, NULL))
opts |= MU_MSG_OPTION_DECRYPT;
return opts;
}
/* 'view' gets a full (including body etc.) sexp for some message,
* identified by either docid: or msgid:; return a (:view <sexp>)
*/
static MuError
cmd_view (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
MuMsg *msg;
const gchar *path;
char *sexp;
MuMsgOptions opts;
unsigned docid;
opts = get_view_msg_opts (args);
/* when 'path' is specified, get the message at path */
path = get_string_from_args (args, "path", FALSE, NULL);
if (path) {
docid = 0;
msg = mu_msg_new_from_file (path, NULL, err);
} else {
docid = determine_docid (ctx->query, args, err);
if (docid == MU_STORE_INVALID_DOCID) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
msg = mu_store_get_msg (ctx->store, docid, err);
}
if (!msg) {
print_and_clear_g_error (err);
return MU_OK;
}
sexp = mu_msg_to_sexp (msg, docid, NULL, opts);
mu_msg_unref (msg);
print_expr ("(:view %s)\n", sexp);
g_free (sexp);
return MU_OK;
}
/*************************************************************************/
static MuError
handle_args (ServerContext *ctx, GSList *args, GError **err)
{
unsigned u;
const char *cmd;
struct {
const char *cmd;
CmdFunc func;
} cmd_map[] = {
{ "add", cmd_add },
{ "compose", cmd_compose },
{ "contacts", cmd_contacts },
{ "extract", cmd_extract },
{ "find", cmd_find },
{ "guile", cmd_guile },
{ "index", cmd_index },
{ "mkdir", cmd_mkdir },
{ "move", cmd_move },
{ "ping", cmd_ping },
{ "quit", cmd_quit },
{ "remove", cmd_remove },
{ "sent", cmd_sent },
{ "view", cmd_view }
};
cmd = (const char*) args->data;
/* ignore empty */
if (mu_str_is_empty (cmd))
return MU_OK;
for (u = 0; u != G_N_ELEMENTS (cmd_map); ++u)
if (g_strcmp0(cmd, cmd_map[u].cmd) == 0)
return cmd_map[u].func (ctx, g_slist_next(args), err);
mu_util_g_set_error (err, MU_ERROR_IN_PARAMETERS,
"unknown command '%s'", cmd ? cmd : "");
return MU_G_ERROR_CODE (err);
}
MuError
mu_cmd_server (MuStore *store, MuConfig *opts/*unused*/, GError **err)
{
ServerContext ctx;
gboolean do_quit;
g_return_val_if_fail (store, MU_ERROR_INTERNAL);
ctx.store = store;
ctx.query = mu_query_new (store, err);
if (!ctx.query)
return MU_G_ERROR_CODE (err);
install_sig_handler ();
g_print (";; welcome to " PACKAGE_STRING "\n");
/* the main REPL */
do_quit = FALSE;
while (!MU_TERMINATE && !do_quit) {
GSList *args;
GError *my_err = NULL;
/* args will receive a the command as a list of
* strings. returning NULL indicates an error */
args = read_line_as_list (&my_err);
if (!args || my_err) {
print_and_clear_g_error (&my_err);
continue;
}
switch (handle_args (&ctx, args, &my_err)) {
case MU_OK: break;
case MU_STOP:
do_quit = TRUE;
break;
default: /* some error occurred */
print_and_clear_g_error (&my_err);
}
mu_str_free_list (args);
}
mu_store_flush (ctx.store);
mu_query_destroy (ctx.query);
return MU_OK;
}
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