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require 5.006;
package Pod::Perldoc::ToMan;
use strict;
use warnings;
use parent qw(Pod::Perldoc::BaseTo);
use vars qw($VERSION);
$VERSION = '3.17';
use File::Spec::Functions qw(catfile);
use Pod::Man 2.18;
# This class is unlike ToText.pm et al, because we're NOT paging thru
# the output in our particular format -- we make the output and
# then we run nroff (or whatever) on it, and then page thru the
# (plaintext) output of THAT!
sub SUCCESS () { 1 }
sub FAILED () { 0 }
sub is_pageable { 1 }
sub write_with_binmode { 0 }
sub output_extension { 'txt' }
sub __filter_nroff { shift->_perldoc_elem('__filter_nroff' , @_) }
sub __nroffer { shift->_perldoc_elem('__nroffer' , @_) }
sub __bindir { shift->_perldoc_elem('__bindir' , @_) }
sub __pod2man { shift->_perldoc_elem('__pod2man' , @_) }
sub __output_file { shift->_perldoc_elem('__output_file' , @_) }
sub center { shift->_perldoc_elem('center' , @_) }
sub date { shift->_perldoc_elem('date' , @_) }
sub fixed { shift->_perldoc_elem('fixed' , @_) }
sub fixedbold { shift->_perldoc_elem('fixedbold' , @_) }
sub fixeditalic { shift->_perldoc_elem('fixeditalic' , @_) }
sub fixedbolditalic { shift->_perldoc_elem('fixedbolditalic', @_) }
sub name { shift->_perldoc_elem('name' , @_) }
sub quotes { shift->_perldoc_elem('quotes' , @_) }
sub release { shift->_perldoc_elem('release' , @_) }
sub section { shift->_perldoc_elem('section' , @_) }
sub new {
my( $either ) = shift;
my $self = bless {}, ref($either) || $either;
$self->init( @_ );
return $self;
}
sub init {
my( $self, @args ) = @_;
unless( $self->__nroffer ) {
my $roffer = $self->_find_roffer( $self->_roffer_candidates );
$self->debug( "Using $roffer\n" );
$self->__nroffer( $roffer );
}
else {
$self->debug( "__nroffer is " . $self->__nroffer() . "\n" );
}
$self->_check_nroffer;
}
sub _roffer_candidates {
my( $self ) = @_;
if( $self->is_openbsd ) { qw( mandoc groff nroff ) }
else { qw( groff nroff mandoc ) }
}
sub _find_roffer {
my( $self, @candidates ) = @_;
my @found = ();
foreach my $candidate ( @candidates ) {
push @found, $self->_find_executable_in_path( $candidate );
}
return wantarray ? @found : $found[0];
}
sub _check_nroffer {
return 1;
# where is it in the PATH?
# is it executable?
# what is its real name?
# what is its version?
# does it support the flags we need?
# is it good enough for us?
}
sub _get_stty { `stty -a` }
sub _get_columns_from_stty {
my $output = $_[0]->_get_stty;
if( $output =~ /\bcolumns\s+(\d+)/ ) { return $1 }
elsif( $output =~ /;\s*(\d+)\s+columns;/ ) { return $1 }
else { return 0 }
}
sub _get_columns_from_manwidth {
my( $self ) = @_;
return 0 unless defined $ENV{MANWIDTH};
unless( $ENV{MANWIDTH} =~ m/\A\d+\z/ ) {
$self->warn( "Ignoring non-numeric MANWIDTH ($ENV{MANWIDTH})\n" );
return 0;
}
if( $ENV{MANWIDTH} == 0 ) {
$self->warn( "Ignoring MANWIDTH of 0. Really? Why even run the program? :)\n" );
return 0;
}
if( $ENV{MANWIDTH} =~ m/\A(\d+)\z/ ) { return $1 }
return 0;
}
sub _get_default_width {
73
}
sub _get_columns {
$_[0]->_get_columns_from_manwidth ||
$_[0]->_get_columns_from_stty ||
$_[0]->_get_default_width;
}
sub _get_podman_switches {
my( $self ) = @_;
my @switches = grep !m/^_/s, keys %$self;
push @switches, 'utf8' => 1;
$self->debug( "Pod::Man switches are [@switches]\n" );
return @switches;
}
sub _parse_with_pod_man {
my( $self, $file ) = @_;
#->output_fh and ->output_string from Pod::Simple aren't
# working, apparently, so there's this ugly hack:
local *STDOUT;
open STDOUT, '>', $self->{_text_ref};
my $parser = Pod::Man->new( $self->_get_podman_switches );
$self->debug( "Parsing $file\n" );
$parser->parse_from_file( $file );
$self->debug( "Done parsing $file\n" );
close STDOUT;
$self->die( "No output from Pod::Man!\n" )
unless length $self->{_text_ref};
$self->_save_pod_man_output if $self->debugging;
return SUCCESS;
}
sub _save_pod_man_output {
my( $self, $fh ) = @_;
$fh = do {
my $file = "podman.out.$$.txt";
$self->debug( "Writing $file with Pod::Man output\n" );
open my $fh2, '>', $file;
$fh2;
} unless $fh;
print { $fh } ${ $self->{_text_ref} };
}
sub _have_groff_with_utf8 {
my( $self ) = @_;
return 0 unless $self->_is_groff;
my $roffer = $self->__nroffer;
my $minimum_groff_version = '1.20.1';
my $version_string = `$roffer -v`;
my( $version ) = $version_string =~ /\(?groff\)? version (\d+\.\d+(?:\.\d+)?)/;
$self->debug( "Found groff $version\n" );
# is a string comparison good enough?
if( $version lt $minimum_groff_version ) {
$self->warn(
"You have an old groff." .
" Update to version $minimum_groff_version for good Unicode support.\n" .
"If you don't upgrade, wide characters may come out oddly.\n"
);
}
$version ge $minimum_groff_version;
}
sub _have_mandoc_with_utf8 {
my( $self ) = @_;
return 0 unless $self->_is_mandoc;
my $roffer = $self->__nroffer;
my $minimum_mandoc_version = '1.11';
my $version_string = `$roffer -V`;
my( $version ) = $version_string =~ /mandoc ((\d+)\.(\d+))/;
$self->debug( "Found mandoc $version\n" );
# is a string comparison good enough?
if( $version lt $minimum_mandoc_version ) {
$self->warn(
"You have an older mandoc." .
" Update to version $minimum_mandoc_version for better Unicode support.\n" .
"If you don't upgrade, wide characters may come out oddly.\n" .
"Your results still might be odd. If you have groff, that's even better.\n"
);
}
$version ge $minimum_mandoc_version;
}
sub _collect_nroff_switches {
my( $self ) = shift;
my @render_switches = $self->_is_mandoc ? qw(-mandoc) : qw(-man);
push @render_switches, $self->_get_device_switches;
# Thanks to Brendan O'Dea for contributing the following block
if( $self->_is_roff and $self->is_linux and -t STDOUT and my ($cols) = $self->_get_columns ) {
my $c = $cols * 39 / 40;
$cols = $c > $cols - 2 ? $c : $cols -2;
push @render_switches, '-rLL=' . (int $c) . 'n' if $cols > 80;
}
# I hear persistent reports that adding a -c switch to $render
# solves many people's problems. But I also hear that some mans
# don't have a -c switch, so that unconditionally adding it here
# would presumably be a Bad Thing -- sburke@cpan.org
push @render_switches, '-c' if( $self->_is_roff and $self->is_cygwin );
return @render_switches;
}
sub _get_device_switches {
my( $self ) = @_;
if( $self->_is_nroff ) { qw() }
elsif( $self->_have_groff_with_utf8 ) { qw(-Kutf8 -Tutf8) }
elsif( $self->_is_ebcdic ) { qw(-Tcp1047) }
elsif( $self->_have_mandoc_with_utf8 ) { qw(-Tutf8) }
elsif( $self->_is_mandoc ) { qw() }
else { qw(-Tlatin1) }
}
sub _is_roff {
my( $self ) = @_;
$self->_is_nroff or $self->_is_groff;
}
sub _is_nroff {
my( $self ) = @_;
$self->__nroffer =~ /\bnroff\b/;
}
sub _is_groff {
my( $self ) = @_;
$self->__nroffer =~ /\bgroff\b/;
}
sub _is_mandoc {
my ( $self ) = @_;
$self->__nroffer =~ /\bmandoc\b/;
}
sub _is_ebcdic {
my( $self ) = @_;
return 0;
}
sub _filter_through_nroff {
my( $self ) = shift;
$self->debug( "Filtering through " . $self->__nroffer() . "\n" );
# Maybe someone set rendering switches as part of the opt_n value
# Deal with that here.
my ($render, $switches) = $self->__nroffer() =~ /\A([\/a-zA-Z0-9_-]+)\b(.+)?\z/;
$self->die("no nroffer!?") unless $render;
my @render_switches = $self->_collect_nroff_switches;
if ( $switches ) {
# Eliminate whitespace
$switches =~ s/\s//g;
# Then seperate the switches with a zero-width positive
# lookahead on the dash.
#
# See:
# http://www.effectiveperlprogramming.com/blog/1411
# for a good discussion of this technique
push @render_switches, split(/(?=-)/, $switches);
}
$self->debug( "render is $render\n" );
$self->debug( "render options are @render_switches\n" );
require Symbol;
require IPC::Open3;
require IO::Handle;
my $pid = IPC::Open3::open3(
my $writer,
my $reader,
my $err = Symbol::gensym(),
$render,
@render_switches
);
$reader->autoflush(1);
use IO::Select;
my $selector = IO::Select->new( $reader );
$self->debug( "Writing to pipe to $render\n" );
my $offset = 0;
my $chunk_size = 4096;
my $length = length( ${ $self->{_text_ref} } );
my $chunks = $length / $chunk_size;
my $done;
my $buffer;
while( $offset <= $length ) {
$self->debug( "Writing chunk $chunks\n" ); $chunks++;
syswrite $writer, ${ $self->{_text_ref} }, $chunk_size, $offset
or $self->die( $! );
$offset += $chunk_size;
$self->debug( "Checking read\n" );
READ: {
last READ unless $selector->can_read( 0.01 );
$self->debug( "Reading\n" );
my $bytes = sysread $reader, $buffer, 4096;
$self->debug( "Read $bytes bytes\n" );
$done .= $buffer;
$self->debug( sprintf "Output is %d bytes\n",
length $done
);
next READ;
}
}
close $writer;
$self->debug( "Done writing\n" );
# read any leftovers
$done .= do { local $/; <$reader> };
$self->debug( sprintf "Done reading. Output is %d bytes\n",
length $done
);
if( $? ) {
$self->warn( "Error from pipe to $render!\n" );
$self->debug( 'Error: ' . do { local $/; <$err> } );
}
close $reader;
if( my $err = $? ) {
$self->debug(
"Nonzero exit ($?) while running `$render @render_switches`.\n" .
"Falling back to Pod::Perldoc::ToPod\n"
);
return $self->_fallback_to_pod( @_ );
}
$self->debug( "Output:\n----\n$done\n----\n" );
${ $self->{_text_ref} } = $done;
return length ${ $self->{_text_ref} } ? SUCCESS : FAILED;
}
sub parse_from_file {
my( $self, $file, $outfh) = @_;
# We have a pipeline of filters each affecting the reference
# in $self->{_text_ref}
$self->{_text_ref} = \my $output;
$self->_parse_with_pod_man( $file );
# so far, nroff is an external command so we ensure it worked
my $result = $self->_filter_through_nroff;
return $self->_fallback_to_pod( @_ ) unless $result == SUCCESS;
$self->_post_nroff_processing;
print { $outfh } $output or
$self->die( "Can't print to $$self{__output_file}: $!" );
return;
}
sub _fallback_to_pod {
my( $self, @args ) = @_;
$self->warn( "Falling back to Pod because there was a problem!\n" );
require Pod::Perldoc::ToPod;
return Pod::Perldoc::ToPod->new->parse_from_file(@_);
}
# maybe there's a user setting we should check?
sub _get_tab_width { 4 }
sub _expand_tabs {
my( $self ) = @_;
my $tab_width = ' ' x $self->_get_tab_width;
${ $self->{_text_ref} } =~ s/\t/$tab_width/g;
}
sub _post_nroff_processing {
my( $self ) = @_;
if( $self->is_hpux ) {
$self->debug( "On HP-UX, I'm going to expand tabs for you\n" );
# this used to be a pipe to `col -x` for HP-UX
$self->_expand_tabs;
}
if( $self->{'__filter_nroff'} ) {
$self->debug( "filter_nroff is set, so filtering\n" );
$self->_remove_nroff_header;
$self->_remove_nroff_footer;
}
else {
$self->debug( "filter_nroff is not set, so not filtering\n" );
}
$self->_handle_unicode;
return 1;
}
# I don't think this does anything since there aren't two consecutive
# newlines in the Pod::Man output
sub _remove_nroff_header {
my( $self ) = @_;
$self->debug( "_remove_nroff_header is still a stub!\n" );
return 1;
# my @data = split /\n{2,}/, shift;
# shift @data while @data and $data[0] !~ /\S/; # Go to header
# shift @data if @data and $data[0] =~ /Contributed\s+Perl/; # Skip header
}
# I don't think this does anything since there aren't two consecutive
# newlines in the Pod::Man output
sub _remove_nroff_footer {
my( $self ) = @_;
$self->debug( "_remove_nroff_footer is still a stub!\n" );
return 1;
${ $self->{_text_ref} } =~ s/\n\n+.*\w.*\Z//m;
# my @data = split /\n{2,}/, shift;
# pop @data if @data and $data[-1] =~ /^\w/; # Skip footer, like
# 28/Jan/99 perl 5.005, patch 53 1
}
sub _unicode_already_handled {
my( $self ) = @_;
$self->_have_groff_with_utf8 ||
1 # so, we don't have a case that needs _handle_unicode
;
}
sub _handle_unicode {
# this is the job of preconv
# we don't need this with groff 1.20 and later.
my( $self ) = @_;
return 1 if $self->_unicode_already_handled;
require Encode;
# it's UTF-8 here, but we need character data
my $text = Encode::decode( 'UTF-8', ${ $self->{_text_ref} } ) ;
# http://www.mail-archive.com/groff@gnu.org/msg01378.html
# http://linux.die.net/man/7/groff_char
# http://www.gnu.org/software/groff/manual/html_node/Using-Symbols.html
# http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/groff/2011-05/msg00007.html
# http://www.simplicidade.org/notes/archives/2009/05/fixing_the_pod.html
# http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2011-July/232239.html
$text =~ s/(\P{ASCII})/
sprintf '\\[u%04X]', ord $1
/eg;
# should we encode?
${ $self->{_text_ref} } = $text;
}
1;
__END__
=head1 NAME
Pod::Perldoc::ToMan - let Perldoc render Pod as man pages
=head1 SYNOPSIS
perldoc -o man Some::Modulename
=head1 DESCRIPTION
This is a "plug-in" class that allows Perldoc to use
Pod::Man and C<groff> for reading Pod pages.
The following options are supported: center, date, fixed, fixedbold,
fixeditalic, fixedbolditalic, quotes, release, section
(Those options are explained in L<Pod::Man>.)
For example:
perldoc -o man -w center:Pod Some::Modulename
=head1 CAVEAT
This module may change to use a different pod-to-nroff formatter class
in the future, and this may change what options are supported.
=head1 SEE ALSO
L<Pod::Man>, L<Pod::Perldoc>, L<Pod::Perldoc::ToNroff>
=head1 COPYRIGHT AND DISCLAIMERS
Copyright (c) 2011 brian d foy. All rights reserved.
Copyright (c) 2002,3,4 Sean M. Burke. All rights reserved.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself.
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.
=head1 AUTHOR
Current maintainer: Mark Allen C<< <mallen@cpan.org> >>
Past contributions from:
brian d foy C<< <bdfoy@cpan.org> >>
Adriano R. Ferreira C<< <ferreira@cpan.org> >>,
Sean M. Burke C<< <sburke@cpan.org> >>
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