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/*
* subst.c - various substitutions
*
* This file is part of zsh, the Z shell.
*
* Copyright (c) 1992-1997 Paul Falstad
* All rights reserved.
*
* Permission is hereby granted, without written agreement and without
* license or royalty fees, to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
* software and to distribute modified versions of this software for any
* purpose, provided that the above copyright notice and the following
* two paragraphs appear in all copies of this software.
*
* In no event shall Paul Falstad or the Zsh Development Group be liable
* to any party for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential
* damages arising out of the use of this software and its documentation,
* even if Paul Falstad and the Zsh Development Group have been advised of
* the possibility of such damage.
*
* Paul Falstad and the Zsh Development Group specifically disclaim any
* warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of
* merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The software
* provided hereunder is on an "as is" basis, and Paul Falstad and the
* Zsh Development Group have no obligation to provide maintenance,
* support, updates, enhancements, or modifications.
*
*/
#include "zsh.mdh"
#include "subst.pro"
#define LF_ARRAY 1
/**/
char nulstring[] = {Nularg, '\0'};
/* Do substitutions before fork. These are:
* - Process substitution: <(...), >(...), =(...)
* - Parameter substitution
* - Command substitution
* Followed by
* - Quote removal
* - Brace expansion
* - Tilde and equals substitution
*
* PREFORK_* flags are defined in zsh.h
*/
/**/
mod_export void
prefork(LinkList list, int flags)
{
LinkNode node, stop = 0;
int keep = 0, asssub = (flags & PREFORK_TYPESET) && isset(KSHTYPESET);
queue_signals();
for (node = firstnode(list); node; incnode(node)) {
if (isset(SHFILEEXPANSION)) {
/*
* Here and below we avoid taking the address
* of a void * and then pretending it's a char **
* instead of a void ** by a little inefficiency.
* This could be avoided with some extra linked list
* machinery, but that would need quite a lot of work
* to ensure consistency. What we really need is
* templates...
*/
char *cptr = (char *)getdata(node);
filesub(&cptr, flags & (PREFORK_TYPESET|PREFORK_ASSIGN));
/*
* The assignment is so simple it's not worth
* testing if cptr changed...
*/
setdata(node, cptr);
}
if (!(node = stringsubst(list, node,
flags & (PREFORK_SINGLE|PREFORK_SPLIT|
PREFORK_SHWORDSPLIT|
PREFORK_NOSHWORDSPLIT),
asssub))) {
unqueue_signals();
return;
}
}
for (node = firstnode(list); node; incnode(node)) {
if (node == stop)
keep = 0;
if (*(char *)getdata(node)) {
remnulargs(getdata(node));
if (unset(IGNOREBRACES) && !(flags & PREFORK_SINGLE)) {
if (!keep)
stop = nextnode(node);
while (hasbraces(getdata(node))) {
keep = 1;
xpandbraces(list, &node);
}
}
if (unset(SHFILEEXPANSION)) {
char *cptr = (char *)getdata(node);
filesub(&cptr, flags & (PREFORK_TYPESET|PREFORK_ASSIGN));
setdata(node, cptr);
}
} else if (!(flags & PREFORK_SINGLE) && !keep)
uremnode(list, node);
if (errflag) {
unqueue_signals();
return;
}
}
unqueue_signals();
}
/*
* Perform $'...' quoting. The arguments are
* strstart The start of the string
* pstrdpos Initially, *pstrdpos is the position where the $ of the $'
* occurs. It will be updated to the next character after the
* last ' of the $'...'.
* The return value is the entire allocated string from strstart on the heap.
* Note the original string may be modified in the process.
*/
/**/
static char *
stringsubstquote(char *strstart, char **pstrdpos)
{
int len;
char *strdpos = *pstrdpos, *strsub, *strret;
strsub = getkeystring(strdpos+2, &len,
GETKEYS_DOLLARS_QUOTE, NULL);
len += 2; /* measured from strdpos */
if (strstart != strdpos) {
*strdpos = '\0';
if (strdpos[len])
strret = zhtricat(strstart, strsub, strdpos + len);
else
strret = dyncat(strstart, strsub);
} else if (strdpos[len])
strret = dyncat(strsub, strdpos + len);
else
strret = strsub;
*pstrdpos = strret + (strdpos - strstart) + strlen(strsub);
return strret;
}
/**/
static LinkNode
stringsubst(LinkList list, LinkNode node, int pf_flags, int asssub)
{
int qt;
char *str3 = (char *)getdata(node);
char *str = str3, c;
while (!errflag && (c = *str)) {
if (((c = *str) == Inang || c == OutangProc ||
(str == str3 && c == Equals))
&& str[1] == Inpar) {
char *subst, *rest, *snew, *sptr;
int str3len = str - str3, sublen, restlen;
if (c == Inang || c == OutangProc)
subst = getproc(str, &rest); /* <(...) or >(...) */
else
subst = getoutputfile(str, &rest); /* =(...) */
if (errflag)
return NULL;
if (!subst)
subst = "";
sublen = strlen(subst);
restlen = strlen(rest);
sptr = snew = hcalloc(str3len + sublen + restlen + 1);
if (str3len) {
memcpy(sptr, str3, str3len);
sptr += str3len;
}
if (sublen) {
memcpy(sptr, subst, sublen);
sptr += sublen;
}
if (restlen)
memcpy(sptr, rest, restlen);
sptr[restlen] = '\0';
str3 = snew;
str = snew + str3len + sublen;
setdata(node, str3);
} else
str++;
}
str = str3;
while (!errflag && (c = *str)) {
if ((qt = c == Qstring) || c == String) {
if ((c = str[1]) == Inpar) {
if (!qt)
list->list.flags |= LF_ARRAY;
str++;
goto comsub;
} else if (c == Inbrack) {
/* $[...] */
char *str2 = str;
str2++;
if (skipparens(Inbrack, Outbrack, &str2)) {
zerr("closing bracket missing");
return NULL;
}
str2[-1] = *str = '\0';
str = arithsubst(str + 2, &str3, str2);
setdata(node, (void *) str3);
continue;
} else if (c == Snull) {
str3 = stringsubstquote(str3, &str);
setdata(node, (void *) str3);
continue;
} else {
/*
* To avoid setting and unsetting the SHWORDSPLIT
* option, we pass flags if we need to control it for
* recursive expansion via multsub()
* If PREFORK_NOSHWORDSPLIT is set, the option is
* disregarded; otherwise, use it if set.
* If PREFORK_SPLIT is set, splitting is forced,
* regardless of the option
* If PREFORK_SHWORDSPLIT is already set, or used by the
* previous two to signal paramsubst(), we'll do
* sh-style wordsplitting on parameters.
*/
if ((isset(SHWORDSPLIT) &&
!(pf_flags & PREFORK_NOSHWORDSPLIT)) ||
(pf_flags & PREFORK_SPLIT))
pf_flags |= PREFORK_SHWORDSPLIT;
node = paramsubst(
list, node, &str, qt,
pf_flags & (PREFORK_SINGLE|PREFORK_SHWORDSPLIT));
if (errflag || !node)
return NULL;
str3 = (char *)getdata(node);
continue;
}
} else if ((qt = c == Qtick) || (c == Tick ? (list->list.flags |= LF_ARRAY) : 0))
comsub: {
LinkList pl;
char *s, *str2 = str;
char endchar;
int l1, l2;
if (c == Inpar) {
endchar = Outpar;
str[-1] = '\0';
#ifdef DEBUG
if (skipparens(Inpar, Outpar, &str))
dputs("BUG: parse error in command substitution");
#else
skipparens(Inpar, Outpar, &str);
#endif
str--;
} else {
endchar = c;
*str = '\0';
while (*++str != endchar)
DPUTS(!*str, "BUG: parse error in command substitution");
}
*str++ = '\0';
if (endchar == Outpar && str2[1] == '(' && str[-2] == ')') {
/* Math substitution of the form $((...)) */
str[-2] = '\0';
if (isset(EXECOPT))
str = arithsubst(str2 + 2, &str3, str);
else
strncpy(str3, str2, 1);
setdata(node, (void *) str3);
continue;
}
/* It is a command substitution, which will be parsed again *
* by the lexer, so we untokenize it first, but we cannot use *
* untokenize() since in the case of `...` some Bnulls should *
* be left unchanged. Note that the lexer doesn't tokenize *
* the body of a command substitution so if there are some *
* tokens here they are from a ${(e)~...} substitution. */
for (str = str2; (c = *++str); )
if (itok(c) && c != Nularg &&
!(endchar != Outpar && c == Bnull &&
(str[1] == '$' || str[1] == '\\' || str[1] == '`' ||
(qt && str[1] == '"'))))
*str = ztokens[c - Pound];
str++;
if (!(pl = getoutput(str2 + 1, qt ||
(pf_flags & PREFORK_SINGLE)))) {
zerr("parse error in command substitution");
return NULL;
}
if (endchar == Outpar)
str2--;
if (!(s = (char *) ugetnode(pl))) {
str = strcpy(str2, str);
continue;
}
if (!qt && (pf_flags & PREFORK_SINGLE) && isset(GLOBSUBST))
shtokenize(s);
l1 = str2 - str3;
l2 = strlen(s);
if (nonempty(pl)) {
LinkNode n = lastnode(pl);
str2 = (char *) hcalloc(l1 + l2 + 1);
strcpy(str2, str3);
strcpy(str2 + l1, s);
setdata(node, str2);
insertlinklist(pl, node, list);
s = (char *) getdata(node = n);
l1 = 0;
l2 = strlen(s);
}
str2 = (char *) hcalloc(l1 + l2 + strlen(str) + 1);
if (l1)
strcpy(str2, str3);
strcpy(str2 + l1, s);
str = strcpy(str2 + l1 + l2, str);
str3 = str2;
setdata(node, str3);
continue;
} else if (asssub && ((c == '=') || c == Equals) && str != str3) {
/*
* We are in a normal argument which looks like an assignment
* and is to be treated like one, with no word splitting.
*/
pf_flags |= PREFORK_SINGLE;
}
str++;
}
return errflag ? NULL : node;
}
/*
* Simplified version of the prefork/singsub processing where
* we only do substitutions appropriate to quoting. Currently
* this means only the expansions in $'....'. This is used
* for the end tag for here documents. As we are not doing
* `...` expansions, we just use those for quoting. However,
* they stay in the text. This is weird, but that's not
* my fault.
*
* The remnulargs() makes this consistent with the other forms
* of substitution, indicating that quotes have been fully
* processed.
*
* The fully processed string is returned.
*/
/**/
char *
quotesubst(char *str)
{
char *s = str;
while (*s) {
if (*s == String && s[1] == Snull) {
str = stringsubstquote(str, &s);
} else {
s++;
}
}
remnulargs(str);
return str;
}
/**/
mod_export void
globlist(LinkList list, int nountok)
{
LinkNode node, next;
badcshglob = 0;
for (node = firstnode(list); !errflag && node; node = next) {
next = nextnode(node);
zglob(list, node, nountok);
}
if (badcshglob == 1)
zerr("no match");
}
/* perform substitution on a single word */
/**/
mod_export void
singsub(char **s)
{
local_list1(foo);
init_list1(foo, *s);
prefork(&foo, PREFORK_SINGLE);
if (errflag)
return;
*s = (char *) ugetnode(&foo);
DPUTS(nonempty(&foo), "BUG: singsub() produced more than one word!");
}
/* Perform substitution on a single word, *s. Unlike with singsub(), the
* result can be more than one word. If split is non-zero, the string is
* first word-split using IFS, but only for non-quoted "whitespace" (as
* indicated by Dnull, Snull, Tick, Bnull, Inpar, and Outpar).
*
* If arg "a" was non-NULL and we got an array as a result of the parsing,
* the strings are stored in *a (even for a 1-element array) and *isarr is
* set to 1. Otherwise, *isarr is set to 0, and the result is put into *s,
* with any necessary joining of multiple elements using sep (which can be
* NULL to use IFS). The return value is true iff the expansion resulted
* in an empty list. */
/**/
static int
multsub(char **s, int pf_flags, char ***a, int *isarr, char *sep)
{
int l;
char **r, **p, *x = *s;
local_list1(foo);
if (pf_flags & PREFORK_SPLIT) {
/*
* This doesn't handle multibyte characters, but we're
* looking for whitespace separators which must be ASCII.
*/
for ( ; *x; x += l) {
char c = (l = *x == Meta) ? x[1] ^ 32 : *x;
l++;
if (!iwsep(STOUC(c)))
break;
}
}
init_list1(foo, x);
if (pf_flags & PREFORK_SPLIT) {
LinkNode n = firstnode(&foo);
int inq = 0, inp = 0;
MB_METACHARINIT();
for ( ; *x; x += l) {
int rawc = -1;
convchar_t c;
if (itok(STOUC(*x))) {
/* token, can't be separator, must be single byte */
rawc = *x;
l = 1;
} else {
l = MB_METACHARLENCONV(x, &c);
if (!inq && !inp && WC_ZISTYPE(c, ISEP)) {
*x = '\0';
for (x += l; *x; x += l) {
if (itok(STOUC(*x))) {
/* as above */
rawc = *x;
l = 1;
break;
}
l = MB_METACHARLENCONV(x, &c);
if (!WC_ZISTYPE(c, ISEP))
break;
}
if (!*x)
break;
insertlinknode(&foo, n, (void *)x), incnode(n);
}
}
switch (rawc) {
case Dnull: /* " */
case Snull: /* ' */
case Tick: /* ` (note: no Qtick!) */
/* These always occur in unnested pairs. */
inq = !inq;
break;
case Inpar: /* ( */
inp++;
break;
case Outpar: /* ) */
inp--;
break;
case Bnull: /* \ */
case Bnullkeep:
/* The parser verified the following char's existence. */
x += l;
l = MB_METACHARLEN(x);
break;
}
}
}
prefork(&foo, pf_flags);
if (errflag) {
if (isarr)
*isarr = 0;
return 0;
}
if ((l = countlinknodes(&foo)) > 1 || (foo.list.flags & LF_ARRAY && a)) {
p = r = hcalloc((l + 1) * sizeof(char*));
while (nonempty(&foo))
*p++ = (char *)ugetnode(&foo);
*p = NULL;
/* We need a way to figure out if a one-item result was a scalar
* or a single-item array. The parser will have set LF_ARRAY
* in the latter case, allowing us to return it as an array to
* our caller (if they provided for that result). */
if (a && (l > 1 || foo.list.flags & LF_ARRAY)) {
*a = r;
*isarr = SCANPM_MATCHMANY;
return 0;
}
*s = sepjoin(r, sep, 1);
if (isarr)
*isarr = 0;
return 0;
}
if (l)
*s = (char *) ugetnode(&foo);
else
*s = dupstring("");
if (isarr)
*isarr = 0;
return !l;
}
/*
* ~, = subs: assign & PREFORK_TYPESET => typeset or magic equals
* assign & PREFORK_ASSIGN => normal assignment
*/
/**/
mod_export void
filesub(char **namptr, int assign)
{
char *eql = NULL, *sub = NULL, *str, *ptr;
int len;
filesubstr(namptr, assign);
if (!assign)
return;
if (assign & PREFORK_TYPESET) {
if ((*namptr)[1] && (eql = sub = strchr(*namptr + 1, Equals))) {
str = sub + 1;
if ((sub[1] == Tilde || sub[1] == Equals) && filesubstr(&str, assign)) {
sub[1] = '\0';
*namptr = dyncat(*namptr, str);
}
} else
return;
}
ptr = *namptr;
while ((sub = strchr(ptr, ':'))) {
str = sub + 1;
len = sub - *namptr;
if (sub > eql &&
(sub[1] == Tilde || sub[1] == Equals) &&
filesubstr(&str, assign)) {
sub[1] = '\0';
*namptr = dyncat(*namptr, str);
}
ptr = *namptr + len + 1;
}
}
#define isend(c) ( !(c) || (c)=='/' || (c)==Inpar || (assign && (c)==':') )
#define isend2(c) ( !(c) || (c)==Inpar || (assign && (c)==':') )
/*
* do =foo substitution, or equivalent.
* on entry, str should point to the "foo".
* if assign, this is in an assignment
* if nomatch, report hard error on failure.
* if successful, returns the expansion, else NULL.
*/
/**/
char *
equalsubstr(char *str, int assign, int nomatch)
{
char *pp, *cnam, *cmdstr, *ret;
for (pp = str; !isend2(*pp); pp++)
;
cmdstr = dupstrpfx(str, pp-str);
untokenize(cmdstr);
remnulargs(cmdstr);
if (!(cnam = findcmd(cmdstr, 1))) {
if (nomatch)
zerr("%s not found", cmdstr);
return NULL;
}
ret = dupstring(cnam);
if (*pp)
ret = dyncat(ret, pp);
return ret;
}
/**/
mod_export int
filesubstr(char **namptr, int assign)
{
char *str = *namptr;
if (*str == Tilde && str[1] != '=' && str[1] != Equals) {
char *ptr, *tmp, *res, *ptr2;
int val;
val = zstrtol(str + 1, &ptr, 10);
if (isend(str[1])) { /* ~ */
*namptr = dyncat(home ? home : "", str + 1);
return 1;
} else if (str[1] == '+' && isend(str[2])) { /* ~+ */
*namptr = dyncat(pwd, str + 2);
return 1;
} else if (str[1] == '-' && isend(str[2])) { /* ~- */
*namptr = dyncat((tmp = oldpwd) ? tmp : pwd, str + 2);
return 1;
} else if (str[1] == Inbrack &&
(ptr2 = strchr(str+2, Outbrack))) {
char **arr;
untokenize(tmp = dupstrpfx(str+2, ptr2 - (str+2)));
remnulargs(tmp);
arr = subst_string_by_hook("zsh_directory_name", "n", tmp);
res = arr ? *arr : NULL;
if (res) {
*namptr = dyncat(res, ptr2+1);
return 1;
}
if (isset(NOMATCH))
zerr("no directory expansion: ~[%s]", tmp);
return 0;
} else if (!inblank(str[1]) && isend(*ptr) &&
(!idigit(str[1]) || (ptr - str < 4))) {
char *ds;
if (val < 0)
val = -val;
ds = dstackent(str[1], val);
if (!ds)
return 0;
*namptr = dyncat(ds, ptr);
return 1;
} else if ((ptr = itype_end(str+1, IUSER, 0)) != str+1) { /* ~foo */
char *hom, save;
save = *ptr;
if (!isend(save))
return 0;
*ptr = 0;
if (!(hom = getnameddir(++str))) {
if (isset(NOMATCH))
zerr("no such user or named directory: %s", str);
*ptr = save;
return 0;
}
*ptr = save;
*namptr = dyncat(hom, ptr);
return 1;
}
} else if (*str == Equals && isset(EQUALS) && str[1]) { /* =foo */
char *expn = equalsubstr(str+1, assign, isset(NOMATCH));
if (expn) {
*namptr = expn;
return 1;
}
}
return 0;
}
#undef isend
#undef isend2
/**/
static char *
strcatsub(char **d, char *pb, char *pe, char *src, int l, char *s, int glbsub,
int copied)
{
char *dest;
int pl = pe - pb;
if (!pl && (!s || !*s)) {
*d = dest = (copied ? src : dupstring(src));
if (glbsub)
shtokenize(dest);
} else {
*d = dest = hcalloc(pl + l + (s ? strlen(s) : 0) + 1);
strncpy(dest, pb, pl);
dest += pl;
strcpy(dest, src);
if (glbsub)
shtokenize(dest);
dest += l;
if (s)
strcpy(dest, s);
}
return dest;
}
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
#define WCPADWIDTH(cchar, mw) wcpadwidth(cchar, mw)
/*
* Width of character for padding purposes.
* 0: all characters count 1.
* 1: use width of multibyte character.
* 2: non-zero width characters count 1, zero width 0.
*/
static int
wcpadwidth(wchar_t wc, int multi_width)
{
int width;
switch (multi_width)
{
case 0:
return 1;
case 1:
width = WCWIDTH(wc);
if (width >= 0)
return width;
return 0;
default:
return WCWIDTH(wc) > 0 ? 1 : 0;
}
}
#else
#define WCPADWIDTH(cchar, mw) (1)
#endif
/*
* Pad the string str, returning a result from the heap (or str itself,
* if it didn't need padding). If str is too large, it will be truncated.
* Calculations are in terms of width if MULTIBYTE is in effect and
* multi_width is non-zero, else characters.
*
* prenum and postnum are the width to which the string needs padding
* on the left and right.
*
* preone and postone are string to insert once only before and after
* str. They will be truncated on the left or right, respectively,
* if necessary to fit the width. Either or both may be NULL in which
* case they will not be used.
*
* premul and postmul are the padding strings to be repeated before
* on the left (if prenum is non-zero) and right (if postnum is non-zero). If
* NULL the first character of IFS (typically but not necessarily a space)
* will be used.
*/
static char *
dopadding(char *str, int prenum, int postnum, char *preone, char *postone,
char *premul, char *postmul
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
, int multi_width
#endif
)
{
char *def, *ret, *t, *r;
int ls, ls2, lpreone, lpostone, lpremul, lpostmul, lr, f, m, c, cc, cl;
convchar_t cchar;
MB_METACHARINIT();
if (!ifs || *ifs) {
char *tmpifs = ifs ? ifs : DEFAULT_IFS;
def = dupstrpfx(tmpifs, MB_METACHARLEN(tmpifs));
} else
def = "";
if (preone && !*preone)
preone = def;
if (postone && !*postone)
postone = def;
if (!premul || !*premul)
premul = def;
if (!postmul || !*postmul)
postmul = def;
ls = MB_METASTRLEN2(str, multi_width);
lpreone = preone ? MB_METASTRLEN2(preone, multi_width) : 0;
lpostone = postone ? MB_METASTRLEN2(postone, multi_width) : 0;
lpremul = MB_METASTRLEN2(premul, multi_width);
lpostmul = MB_METASTRLEN2(postmul, multi_width);
if (prenum + postnum == ls)
return str;
/*
* Try to be careful with allocated lengths. The following
* is a maximum, in case we need the entire repeated string
* for each repetition. We probably don't, but in case the user
* has given us something pathological which doesn't convert
* easily into a width we'd better be safe.
*/
lr = strlen(str) + strlen(premul) * prenum + strlen(postmul) * postnum;
/*
* Same logic for preone and postone, except those may be NULL.
*/
if (preone)
lr += strlen(preone);
if (postone)
lr += strlen(postone);
r = ret = (char *)zhalloc(lr + 1);
if (prenum) {
/*
* Pad on the left.
*/
if (postnum) {
/*
* Pad on both right and left.
* The strategy is to divide the string into two halves.
* The first half is dealt with by the left hand padding
* code, the second by the right hand.
*/
ls2 = ls / 2;
/* The width left to pad for the first half. */
f = prenum - ls2;
if (f <= 0) {
/* First half doesn't fit. Skip the first -f width. */
f = -f;
MB_METACHARINIT();
while (f > 0) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(str, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
str += cl;
f -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
/* Now finish the first half. */
for (c = prenum; c > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(str, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *str++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
} else {
if (f <= lpreone) {
if (preone) {
/*
* The unrepeated string doesn't fit.
*/
MB_METACHARINIT();
/* The width we need to skip */
f = lpreone - f;
/* So skip. */
for (t = preone; f > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(t, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
t += cl;
f -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
/* Then copy the entire remainder. */
while (*t)
*r++ = *t++;
}
} else {
f -= lpreone;
if (lpremul) {
if ((m = f % lpremul)) {
/*
* Left over fraction of repeated string.
*/
MB_METACHARINIT();
/* Skip this much. */
m = lpremul - m;
for (t = premul; m > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(t, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
t += cl;
m -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
/* Output the rest. */
while (*t)
*r++ = *t++;
}
for (cc = f / lpremul; cc--;) {
/* Repeat the repeated string */
MB_METACHARINIT();
for (c = lpremul, t = premul; c > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(t, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *t++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
}
}
if (preone) {
/* Output the full unrepeated string */
while (*preone)
*r++ = *preone++;
}
}
/* Output the first half width of the original string. */
for (c = ls2; c > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(str, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
while (cl--)
*r++ = *str++;
}
}
/* Other half. In case the string had an odd length... */
ls2 = ls - ls2;
/* Width that needs padding... */
f = postnum - ls2;
if (f <= 0) {
/* ...is negative, truncate original string */
MB_METACHARINIT();
for (c = postnum; c > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(str, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
while (cl--)
*r++ = *str++;
}
} else {
/* Rest of original string fits, output it complete */
while (*str)
*r++ = *str++;
if (f <= lpostone) {
if (postone) {
/* Can't fit unrepeated string, truncate it */
for (c = f; c > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(postone, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
while (cl--)
*r++ = *postone++;
}
}
} else {
if (postone) {
f -= lpostone;
/* Output entire unrepeated string */
while (*postone)
*r++ = *postone++;
}
if (lpostmul) {
for (cc = f / lpostmul; cc--;) {
/* Begin the beguine */
for (t = postmul; *t; )
*r++ = *t++;
}
if ((m = f % lpostmul)) {
/* Fill leftovers with chunk of repeated string */
MB_METACHARINIT();
while (m > 0) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(postmul, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
m -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
while (cl--)
*r++ = *postmul++;
}
}
}
}
}
} else {
/*
* Pad only on the left.
*/
f = prenum - ls;
if (f <= 0) {
/*
* Original string is at least as wide as padding.
* Truncate original string to width.
* Truncate on left, so skip the characters we
* don't need.
*/
f = -f;
MB_METACHARINIT();
while (f > 0) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(str, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
str += cl;
f -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
/* Copy the rest of the original string */
for (c = prenum; c > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(str, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *str++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
} else {
/*
* We can fit the entire string...
*/
if (f <= lpreone) {
if (preone) {
/*
* ...with some fraction of the unrepeated string.
*/
/* We need this width of characters. */
c = f;
/*
* We therefore need to skip this width of
* characters.
*/
f = lpreone - f;
MB_METACHARINIT();
for (t = preone; f > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(t, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
t += cl;
f -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
/* Copy the rest of preone */
while (*t)
*r++ = *t++;
}
} else {
/*
* We can fit the whole of preone, needing this width
* first
*/
f -= lpreone;
if (lpremul) {
if ((m = f % lpremul)) {
/*
* Some fraction of the repeated string needed.
*/
/* Need this much... */
c = m;
/* ...skipping this much first. */
m = lpremul - m;
MB_METACHARINIT();
for (t = premul; m > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(t, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
t += cl;
m -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
/* Now the rest of the repeated string. */
while (c > 0) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(t, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *t++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
}
for (cc = f / lpremul; cc--;) {
/*
* Repeat the repeated string.
*/
MB_METACHARINIT();
for (c = lpremul, t = premul; c > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(t, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *t++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
}
}
if (preone) {
/*
* Now the entire unrepeated string. Don't
* count the width, just dump it. This is
* significant if there are special characters
* in this string. It's sort of a historical
* accident that this worked, but there's nothing
* to stop us just dumping the thing out and assuming
* the user knows what they're doing.
*/
while (*preone)
*r++ = *preone++;
}
}
/* Now the string being padded */
while (*str)
*r++ = *str++;
}
}
} else if (postnum) {
/*
* Pad on the right.
*/
f = postnum - ls;
MB_METACHARINIT();
if (f <= 0) {
/*
* Original string is at least as wide as padding.
* Truncate original string to width.
*/
for (c = postnum; c > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(str, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *str++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
} else {
/*
* There's some space to fill. First copy the original
* string, counting the width. Make sure we copy the
* entire string.
*/
for (c = ls; *str; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(str, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *str++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
MB_METACHARINIT();
if (f <= lpostone) {
if (postone) {
/*
* Not enough or only just enough space to fit
* the unrepeated string. Truncate as necessary.
*/
for (c = f; c > 0; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(postone, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *postone++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
}
} else {
if (postone) {
f -= lpostone;
/* Copy the entire unrepeated string */
for (c = lpostone; *postone; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(postone, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *postone++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
}
if (lpostmul) {
/* Repeat the repeated string */
for (cc = f / lpostmul; cc--;) {
MB_METACHARINIT();
for (c = lpostmul, t = postmul; *t; ) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(t, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *t++;
c -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
}
/*
* See if there's any fraction of the repeated
* string needed to fill up the remaining space.
*/
if ((m = f % lpostmul)) {
MB_METACHARINIT();
while (m > 0) {
cl = MB_METACHARLENCONV(postmul, &cchar);
if (!cl)
break;
while (cl--)
*r++ = *postmul++;
m -= WCPADWIDTH(cchar, multi_width);
}
}
}
}
}
}
*r = '\0';
return ret;
}
/*
* Look for a delimited portion of a string. The first (possibly
* multibyte) character at s is the delimiter. Various forms
* of brackets are treated separately, as documented.
*
* Returns a pointer to the final delimiter. Sets *len to the
* length of the final delimiter; a NULL causes *len to be set
* to zero since we shouldn't advance past it. (The string is
* tokenized, so a NULL is a real end of string.)
*/
/**/
char *
get_strarg(char *s, int *lenp)
{
convchar_t del;
int len;
char tok = 0;
MB_METACHARINIT();
len = MB_METACHARLENCONV(s, &del);
if (!len) {
*lenp = 0;
return s;
}
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
if (del == WEOF)
del = (wint_t)((*s == Meta) ? s[1] ^ 32 : *s);
#endif
s += len;
switch (del) {
case ZWC('('):
del = ZWC(')');
break;
case '[':
del = ZWC(']');
break;
case '{':
del = ZWC('}');
break;
case '<':
del = ZWC('>');
break;
case Inpar:
tok = Outpar;
break;
case Inang:
tok = Outang;
break;
case Inbrace:
tok = Outbrace;
break;
case Inbrack:
tok = Outbrack;
break;
}
if (tok) {
/*
* Looking for a matching token; we want the literal byte,
* not a decoded multibyte character, so search specially.
*/
while (*s && *s != tok)
s++;
} else {
convchar_t del2;
len = 0;
while (*s) {
len = MB_METACHARLENCONV(s, &del2);
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
if (del2 == WEOF)
del2 = (wint_t)((*s == Meta) ? s[1] ^ 32 : *s);
#endif
if (del == del2)
break;
s += len;
}
}
*lenp = len;
return s;
}
/*
* Get an integer argument; update *s to the end of the
* final delimiter. *delmatchp is set to the length of the
* matched delimiter if we have matching, delimiters and there was no error in
* the evaluation, else 0.
*/
/**/
static int
get_intarg(char **s, int *delmatchp)
{
int arglen;
char *t = get_strarg(*s, &arglen);
char *p, sav;
zlong ret;
*delmatchp = 0;
if (!*t)
return -1;
sav = *t;
*t = '\0';
p = dupstring(*s + arglen);
*s = t + arglen;
*t = sav;
if (parsestr(p))
return -1;
singsub(&p);
if (errflag)
return -1;
ret = mathevali(p);
if (errflag)
return -1;
if (ret < 0)
ret = -ret;
*delmatchp = arglen;
return ret < 0 ? -ret : ret;
}
/* Parsing for the (e) flag. */
static int
subst_parse_str(char **sp, int single, int err)
{
char *s;
*sp = s = dupstring(*sp);
if (!(err ? parsestr(s) : parsestrnoerr(s))) {
if (!single) {
int qt = 0;
for (; *s; s++)
if (!qt) {
if (*s == Qstring)
*s = String;
else if (*s == Qtick)
*s = Tick;
} else if (*s == Dnull)
qt = !qt;
}
return 0;
}
return 1;
}
/* Evaluation for (#) flag */
static char *
substevalchar(char *ptr)
{
zlong ires = mathevali(ptr);
int len = 0;
if (errflag)
return NULL;
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
if (isset(MULTIBYTE) && ires > 127) {
/* '\\' + 'U' + 8 bytes of character + '\0' */
char buf[11];
/* inefficient: should separate out \U handling from getkeystring */
sprintf(buf, "\\U%.8x", (unsigned int)ires & 0xFFFFFFFFu);
ptr = getkeystring(buf, &len, GETKEYS_BINDKEY, NULL);
}
if (len == 0)
#endif
{
ptr = zhalloc(2);
len = 1;
sprintf(ptr, "%c", (int)ires);
}
return metafy(ptr, len, META_USEHEAP);
}
/*
* Helper function for arguments to parameter flags which
* handles the (p) and (~) flags as escapes and tok_arg respectively.
*/
static char *
untok_and_escape(char *s, int escapes, int tok_arg)
{
int klen;
char *dst;
untokenize(dst = dupstring(s));
if (escapes) {
dst = getkeystring(dst, &klen, GETKEYS_SEP, NULL);
dst = metafy(dst, klen, META_HREALLOC);
}
if (tok_arg)
shtokenize(dst);
return dst;
}
/*
* See if an argument str looks like a subscript or length following
* a colon and parse it. It must be followed by a ':' or nothing.
* If this succeeds, expand and return the evaulated expression if
* found, else return NULL.
*
* We assume this is what is meant if the first character is not
* an alphabetic character or '&', which signify modifiers.
*
* Set *endp to point to the next character following.
*/
static char *
check_colon_subscript(char *str, char **endp)
{
int sav;
/* Could this be a modifier (or empty)? */
if (!*str || ialpha(*str) || *str == '&')
return NULL;
*endp = parse_subscript(str, 0, ':');
if (!*endp) {
/* No trailing colon? */
*endp = parse_subscript(str, 0, '\0');
if (!*endp)
return NULL;
}
sav = **endp;
**endp = '\0';
if (parsestr(str = dupstring(str)))
return NULL;
singsub(&str);
remnulargs(str);
untokenize(str);
**endp = sav;
return str;
}
/* parameter substitution */
#define isstring(c) ((c) == '$' || (char)(c) == String || (char)(c) == Qstring)
#define isbrack(c) ((c) == '[' || (char)(c) == Inbrack)
/*
* Given a linked list l with node n, perform parameter substitution
* starting from *str. Return the node with the substitutuion performed
* or NULL if it failed.
*
* If qt is true, the `$' was quoted. TODO: why can't we just look
* to see if the first character was String or Qstring?
*
* If ssub is true, we are being called via singsubst(), which means
* the result will be a single word. TODO: can we generate the
* single word at the end? TODO: if not, or maybe in any case,
* can we pass down the ssub flag from prefork with the other flags
* instead of pushing it into different arguments? (How exactly
* to qt and ssub differ? Are both necessary, if so is there some
* better way of separating the two?)
*/
/**/
static LinkNode
paramsubst(LinkList l, LinkNode n, char **str, int qt, int pf_flags)
{
char *aptr = *str, c, cc;
char *s = aptr, *fstr, *idbeg, *idend, *ostr = (char *) getdata(n);
int colf; /* != 0 means we found a colon after the name */
/*
* There are far too many flags. They need to be grouped
* together into some structure which ties them to where they
* came from.
*
* Some flags have a an obscure relationship to their effect which
* depends on incrementing them to particular values in particular
* ways.
*/
/*
* Whether the value is an array (in aval) or not (in val). There's
* a movement from storing the value in the stuff read from the
* parameter (the value v) to storing them in val and aval.
* However, sometimes you find v reappearing temporarily.
*
* The values -1 and 2 are special to isarr. The value -1 is used
* to force us to keep an empty array. It's tested in the YUK chunk
* (I mean the one explicitly marked as such). The value 2
* indicates an array has come from splitting a scalar. We use
* that to override the usual rule that in double quotes we don't
* remove empty elements (so "${(s.:):-foo::bar}" produces two
* words). This seems to me to be quite the wrong thing to do,
* but it looks like code may be relying on it. So we require (@)
* as well before we keep the empty fields (look for assignments
* like "isarr = nojoin ? 1 : 2").
*/
int isarr = 0;
/*
* This is just the setting of the option except we need to
* take account of ^ and ^^.
*/
int plan9 = isset(RCEXPANDPARAM);
/*
* Likwise, but with ~ and ~~. Also, we turn it off later
* on if qt is passed down. The value can go to 2 if we
* use ~ to force this on.
*/
int globsubst = isset(GLOBSUBST);
/*
* Indicates ${(#)...}.
*/
int evalchar = 0;
/*
* Indicates ${#pm}, massaged by whichlen which is set by
* the (c), (w), and (W) flags to indicate how we take the length.
*/
int getlen = 0;
int whichlen = 0;
/*
* Indicates ${+pm}: a simple boolean for once.
*/
int chkset = 0;
/*
* Indicates we have tried to get a value in v but that was
* unset. I don't quite understand why (v == NULL) isn't
* good enough, but there are places where we seem to need
* to second guess whether a value is a real value or not.
*/
int vunset = 0;
/*
* Indicates (t) flag, i.e. print out types. The code for
* this actually isn't too horrifically inbred compared with
* that for (P).
*/
int wantt = 0;
/*
* Indicates spliting a string into an array. There aren't
* actually that many special cases for this --- which may
* be why it doesn't work properly; we split in some cases
* where we shouldn't, in particular on the multsubs for
* handling embedded values for ${...=...} and the like.
*/
int spbreak = (pf_flags & PREFORK_SHWORDSPLIT) &&
!(pf_flags & PREFORK_SINGLE) && !qt;
/* Scalar and array value, see isarr above */
char *val = NULL, **aval = NULL;
/*
* vbuf and v are both used to retrieve parameter values; this
* is a kludge, we pass down vbuf and it may or may not return v.
*/
struct value vbuf;
Value v = NULL;
/*
* This expressive name refers to the set of flags which
* is applied to matching for #, %, / and their doubled variants:
* (M), (R), (B), (E), (N), (S).
*/
int flags = 0;
/* Value from (I) flag, used for ditto. */
int flnum = 0;
/*
* sortit is to be passed to strmetasort().
* indord is the (a) flag, which for consistency doesn't get
* combined into sortit.
*/
int sortit = SORTIT_ANYOLDHOW, indord = 0;
/* (u): straightforward. */
int unique = 0;
/* combination of (L), (U) and (C) flags. */
int casmod = CASMOD_NONE;
/*
* quotemod says we are doing either (q) (positive), (Q) (negative)
* or not (0). quotetype counts the q's for the first case.
* quoterr is simply (X) but gets passed around a lot because the
* combination (eX) needs it.
*/
int quotemod = 0, quotetype = QT_NONE, quoteerr = 0;
/*
* Various fairly straightforward modifications, except that as with so
* many flags it's not easy to decide where to put them in the order.
* bit 0: (D) flag.
* bit 1: (V) flag.
*/
int mods = 0;
/*
* The (z) flag, nothing to do with SH_WORD_SPLIT which is tied
* spbreak, see above; fairly straighforward in use but c.f.
* the comment for mods.
*
* This gets set to one of the LEXFLAGS_* values.
*/
int shsplit = 0;
/*
* "ssub" is true when we are called from singsub (via prefork):
* it means that we must join arrays and should not split words.
*/
int ssub = (pf_flags & PREFORK_SINGLE);
/*
* The separator from (j) and (s) respectively, or (F) and (f)
* respectively (hardwired to "\n" in that case). Slightly
* confusingly also used for ${#pm}, thought that's at least
* documented in the manual
*/
char *sep = NULL, *spsep = NULL;
/*
* Padding strings. The left and right padding strings which
* are repeated, then the ones which only occur once, for
* the (l) and (r) flags.
*/
char *premul = NULL, *postmul = NULL, *preone = NULL, *postone = NULL;
/* Replacement string for /orig/repl and //orig/repl */
char *replstr = NULL;
/* The numbers for (l) and (r) */
zlong prenum = 0, postnum = 0;
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
/* The (m) flag: use width of multibyte characters */
int multi_width = 0;
#endif
/*
* Whether the value has been copied. Optimisation: if we
* are modifying an expression, we only need to copy it the
* first time, and if we don't modify it we can just use the
* value from the parameter or input.
*/
int copied = 0;
/*
* The (A) flag for array assignment, with consequences for
* splitting and joining; (AA) gives arrasg == 2 for associative
* arrays.
*/
int arrasg = 0;
/*
* The (e) flag. As we need to do extra work not quite
* at the end, the effect of this is kludged in several places.
*/
int eval = 0;
/*
* The (P) flag. This interacts a bit obscurely with whether
* or not we are dealing with a sub expression (subexp).
*/
int aspar = 0;
/*
* The (%) flag, c.f. mods again.
*/
int presc = 0;
/*
* The (g) flag. Process escape sequences with various GETKEY_ flags.
*/
int getkeys = -1;
/*
* The (@) flag; interacts obscurely with qt and isarr.
* This is one of the things that decides whether multsub
* will produce an array, but in an extremely indirect fashion.
*/
int nojoin = (pf_flags & PREFORK_SHWORDSPLIT) ? !(ifs && *ifs) && !qt : 0;
/*
* != 0 means ${...}, otherwise $... What works without braces
* is largely a historical artefact (everything works with braces,
* I sincerely hope).
*/
char inbrace = 0;
/*
* Use for the (k) flag. Goes down into the parameter code,
* sometimes.
*/
char hkeys = 0;
/*
* Used for the (v) flag, ditto. Not quite sure why they're
* separate, but the tradition seems to be that things only
* get combined when that makes the result more obscure rather
* than less.
*/
char hvals = 0;
/*
* Whether we had to evaluate a subexpression, i.e. an
* internal ${...} or $(...) or plain $pm. We almost don't
* need to remember this (which would be neater), but the (P)
* flag means the subexp and !subexp code is obscurely combined,
* and the argument passing to fetchvalue has another kludge.
*/
int subexp;
/*
* If we're referring to the positional parameters, then
* e.g ${*:1:1} refers to $1.
* This is for compatibility.
*/
int horrible_offset_hack = 0;
*s++ = '\0';
/*
* Nothing to do unless the character following the $ is
* something we recognise.
*
* Shouldn't this be a table or something? We test for all
* these later on, too.
*/
c = *s;
if (itype_end(s, IIDENT, 1) == s && *s != '#' && c != Pound &&
c != '-' && c != '!' && c != '$' && c != String && c != Qstring &&
c != '?' && c != Quest &&
c != '*' && c != Star && c != '@' && c != '{' &&
c != Inbrace && c != '=' && c != Equals && c != Hat &&
c != '^' && c != '~' && c != Tilde && c != '+') {
s[-1] = '$';
*str = s;
return n;
}
DPUTS(c == '{', "BUG: inbrace == '{' in paramsubst()");
/*
* Extra processing if there is an opening brace: mostly
* flags in parentheses, but also one ksh hack.
*/
if (c == Inbrace) {
inbrace = 1;
s++;
/*
* In ksh emulation a leading `!' is a special flag working
* sort of like our (k).
* TODO: this is one of very few cases tied directly to
* the emulation mode rather than an option. Since ksh
* doesn't have parameter flags it might be neater to
* handle this with the ^, =, ~ stuff, below.
*/
if ((c = *s) == '!' && s[1] != Outbrace && EMULATION(EMULATE_KSH)) {
hkeys = SCANPM_WANTKEYS;
s++;
} else if (c == '(' || c == Inpar) {
char *t, sav;
int tt = 0;
zlong num;
/*
* The (p) flag is only remembered within
* this block. It says we do print-style handling
* on the values for flags, but only on those.
*/
int escapes = 0;
/*
* '~' in parentheses caused tokenization of string arg:
* similar to (p).
*/
int tok_arg = 0;
for (s++; (c = *s) != ')' && c != Outpar; s++, tt = 0) {
int arglen; /* length of modifier argument */
int dellen; /* length of matched delimiter, 0 if not */
char *del0; /* pointer to initial delimiter */
switch (c) {
case ')':
case Outpar:
/* how can this happen? */
break;
case '~':
case Tilde:
tok_arg = !tok_arg;
break;
case 'A':
++arrasg;
break;
case '@':
nojoin = 2; /* nojoin = 2 means force */
break;
case 'M':
flags |= SUB_MATCH;
break;
case 'R':
flags |= SUB_REST;
break;
case 'B':
flags |= SUB_BIND;
break;
case 'E':
flags |= SUB_EIND;
break;
case 'N':
flags |= SUB_LEN;
break;
case 'S':
flags |= SUB_SUBSTR;
break;
case 'I':
s++;
flnum = get_intarg(&s, &dellen);
if (flnum < 0)
goto flagerr;
s--;
break;
case 'L':
casmod = CASMOD_LOWER;
break;
case 'U':
casmod = CASMOD_UPPER;
break;
case 'C':
casmod = CASMOD_CAPS;
break;
case 'o':
if (!sortit)
sortit |= SORTIT_SOMEHOW; /* sort, no modifiers */
break;
case 'O':
sortit |= SORTIT_BACKWARDS;
break;
case 'i':
sortit |= SORTIT_IGNORING_CASE;
break;
case 'n':
sortit |= SORTIT_NUMERICALLY;
break;
case 'a':
sortit |= SORTIT_SOMEHOW;
indord = 1;
break;
case 'D':
mods |= 1;
break;
case 'V':
mods |= 2;
break;
case 'q':
if (quotetype == QT_DOLLARS)
goto flagerr;
if (s[1] == '-') {
if (quotemod)
goto flagerr;
s++;
quotemod = 1;
quotetype = QT_SINGLE_OPTIONAL;
} else {
quotemod++, quotetype++;
}
break;
case 'Q':
quotemod--;
break;
case 'X':
quoteerr = 1;
break;
case 'e':
eval = 1;
break;
case 'P':
aspar = 1;
break;
case 'c':
whichlen = 1;
break;
case 'w':
whichlen = 2;
break;
case 'W':
whichlen = 3;
break;
case 'f':
spsep = "\n";
break;
case 'F':
sep = "\n";
break;
case '0':
spsep = zhalloc(3);
spsep[0] = Meta;
spsep[1] = '\0' ^ 32;
spsep[2] = '\0';
break;
case 's':
tt = 1;
/* fall through */
case 'j':
t = get_strarg(++s, &arglen);
if (*t) {
sav = *t;
*t = '\0';
if (tt)
spsep = untok_and_escape(s + arglen,
escapes, tok_arg);
else
sep = untok_and_escape(s + arglen,
escapes, tok_arg);
*t = sav;
s = t + arglen - 1;
} else
goto flagerr;
break;
case 'l':
tt = 1;
/* fall through */
case 'r':
s++;
/* delimiter position */
del0 = s;
num = get_intarg(&s, &dellen);
if (num < 0)
goto flagerr;
if (tt)
prenum = num;
else
postnum = num;
/* must have same delimiter if more arguments */
if (!dellen || memcmp(del0, s, dellen)) {
/* decrement since loop will increment */
s--;
break;
}
t = get_strarg(s, &arglen);
if (!*t)
goto flagerr;
sav = *t;
*t = '\0';
if (tt)
premul = untok_and_escape(s + arglen, escapes,
tok_arg);
else
postmul = untok_and_escape(s + arglen, escapes,
tok_arg);
*t = sav;
sav = *s;
s = t + arglen;
/* again, continue only if another start delimiter */
if (memcmp(del0, s, dellen)) {
/* decrement since loop will increment */
s--;
break;
}
t = get_strarg(s, &arglen);
if (!*t)
goto flagerr;
sav = *t;
*t = '\0';
if (tt)
preone = untok_and_escape(s + arglen,
escapes, tok_arg);
else
postone = untok_and_escape(s + arglen,
escapes, tok_arg);
*t = sav;
/* -1 since loop will increment */
s = t + arglen - 1;
break;
case 'm':
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
multi_width++;
#endif
break;
case 'p':
escapes = 1;
break;
case 'k':
hkeys = SCANPM_WANTKEYS;
break;
case 'v':
hvals = SCANPM_WANTVALS;
break;
case 't':
wantt = 1;
break;
case '%':
presc++;
break;
case 'g':
t = get_strarg(++s, &arglen);
if (getkeys < 0)
getkeys = 0;
if (*t) {
sav = *t;
*t = 0;
while (*++s) {
switch (*s) {
case 'e':
getkeys |= GETKEY_EMACS;
break;
case 'o':
getkeys |= GETKEY_OCTAL_ESC;
break;
case 'c':
getkeys |= GETKEY_CTRL;
break;
default:
*t = sav;
goto flagerr;
}
}
*t = sav;
s = t + arglen - 1;
} else
goto flagerr;
break;
case 'z':
shsplit = LEXFLAGS_ACTIVE;
break;
case 'Z':
t = get_strarg(++s, &arglen);
if (*t) {
sav = *t;
*t = 0;
while (*++s) {
switch (*s) {
case 'c':
/* Parse and keep comments */
shsplit |= LEXFLAGS_COMMENTS_KEEP;
break;
case 'C':
/* Parse and remove comments */
shsplit |= LEXFLAGS_COMMENTS_STRIP;
break;
case 'n':
/* Treat newlines as whitespace */
shsplit |= LEXFLAGS_NEWLINE;
break;
default:
*t = sav;
goto flagerr;
}
}
*t = sav;
s = t + arglen - 1;
} else
goto flagerr;
break;
case 'u':
unique = 1;
break;
case '#':
case Pound:
evalchar = 1;
break;
case '_':
t = get_strarg(++s, &arglen);
if (*t) {
sav = *t;
*t = 0;
while (*++s) {
/* Reserved for future use */
switch (*s) {
default:
*t = sav;
goto flagerr;
}
}
*t = sav;
s = t + arglen - 1;
} else
goto flagerr;
break;
default:
flagerr:
zerr("error in flags");
return NULL;
}
}
s++;
}
}
/*
* premul, postmul specify the padding character to be used
* multiple times with the (l) and (r) flags respectively.
*/
if (!premul)
premul = " ";
if (!postmul)
postmul = " ";
/*
* Look for special unparenthesised flags.
* TODO: could make these able to appear inside parentheses, too,
* i.e. ${(^)...} etc.
*/
for (;;) {
if ((c = *s) == '^' || c == Hat) {
/* RC_EXPAND_PARAM on or off (doubled )*/
if ((c = *++s) == '^' || c == Hat) {
plan9 = 0;
s++;
} else
plan9 = 1;
} else if ((c = *s) == '=' || c == Equals) {
/* SH_WORD_SPLIT on or off (doubled). spbreak = 2 means force */
if ((c = *++s) == '=' || c == Equals) {
spbreak = 0;
if (nojoin < 2)
nojoin = 0;
s++;
} else {
spbreak = 2;
if (nojoin < 2)
nojoin = !(ifs && *ifs);
}
} else if ((c == '#' || c == Pound) &&
(itype_end(s+1, IIDENT, 0) != s + 1
|| (cc = s[1]) == '*' || cc == Star || cc == '@'
|| cc == '?' || cc == Quest
|| cc == '$' || cc == String || cc == Qstring
/*
* Me And My Squiggle:
* ${##} is the length of $#, but ${##foo}
* is $# with a "foo" removed from the start.
* If someone had defined the *@!@! language
* properly in the first place we wouldn't
* have this nonsense.
*/
|| ((cc == '#' || cc == Pound) &&
s[2] == Outbrace)
|| cc == '-' || (cc == ':' && s[2] == '-')
|| (isstring(cc) && (s[2] == Inbrace || s[2] == Inpar)))) {
getlen = 1 + whichlen, s++;
/*
* Return the length of the parameter.
* getlen can be more than 1 to indicate characters (2),
* words ignoring multiple delimiters (3), words taking
* account of multiple delimiters. delimiter is in
* spsep, NULL means $IFS.
*/
} else if (c == '~' || c == Tilde) {
/* GLOB_SUBST (forced) on or off (doubled) */
if ((c = *++s) == '~' || c == Tilde) {
globsubst = 0;
s++;
} else
globsubst = 2;
} else if (c == '+') {
/*
* Return whether indicated parameter is set.
* Try to handle this when parameter is named
* by (P) (second part of test).
*/
if (itype_end(s+1, IIDENT, 0) != s+1 || (aspar && isstring(s[1]) &&
(s[2] == Inbrace || s[2] == Inpar)))
chkset = 1, s++;
else if (!inbrace) {
/* Special case for `$+' on its own --- leave unmodified */
*aptr = '$';
*str = aptr + 1;
return n;
} else {
zerr("bad substitution");
return NULL;
}
} else if (inbrace && inull(*s)) {
/*
* Handles things like ${(f)"$(<file)"} by skipping
* the double quotes. We don't need to know what was
* actually there; the presence of a String or Qstring
* is good enough.
*/
s++;
} else
break;
}
/* Don't activate special pattern characters if inside quotes */
if (qt)
globsubst = 0;
/*
* At this point, we usually expect a parameter name.
* However, there may be a nested ${...} or $(...).
* These say that the parameter itself is somewhere inside,
* or that there isn't a parameter and we will get the values
* from a command substitution itself. In either case,
* the current instance of paramsubst() doesn't fetch a value,
* it just operates on what gets passed up.
* (The first ought to have been {...}, reserving ${...}
* for substituting a value at that point, but it's too late now.)
*/
idbeg = s;
if ((subexp = (inbrace && s[-1] && isstring(*s) &&
(s[1] == Inbrace || s[1] == Inpar)))) {
int sav;
int quoted = *s == Qstring;
val = s++;
skipparens(*s, *s == Inpar ? Outpar : Outbrace, &s);
sav = *s;
*s = 0;
/*
* This handles arrays. TODO: this is not the most obscure call to
* multsub() (see below) but even so it would be nicer to pass down
* and back the arrayness more rationally. In that case, we should
* remove the aspar test and extract a value from an array, if
* necessary, when we handle (P) lower down.
*/
if (multsub(&val, 0, (aspar ? NULL : &aval), &isarr, NULL) && quoted) {
/* Empty quoted string --- treat as null string, not elided */
isarr = -1;
aval = (char **) hcalloc(sizeof(char *));
aspar = 0;
} else if (aspar)
idbeg = val;
*s = sav;
/*
* This tests for the second double quote in an expression
* like ${(f)"$(<file)"}, compare above.
*/
while (inull(*s))
s++;
v = (Value) NULL;
} else if (aspar) {
/*
* No subexpression, but in any case the value is going
* to give us the name of a parameter on which we do
* our remaining processing. In other words, this
* makes ${(P)param} work like ${(P)${param}}. (Probably
* better looked at, this is the basic code for ${(P)param}
* and it's been kludged into the subexp code because no
* opportunity for a kludge has been neglected.)
*/
if ((v = fetchvalue(&vbuf, &s, 1, (qt ? SCANPM_DQUOTED : 0)))) {
val = idbeg = getstrvalue(v);
subexp = 1;
} else
vunset = 1;
}
/*
* We need to retrieve a value either if we haven't already
* got it from a subexpression, or if the processing so
* far has just yielded us a parameter name to be processed
* with (P).
*/
if (!subexp || aspar) {
char *ov = val;
/*
* Second argument: decide whether to use the subexpression or
* the string next on the line as the parameter name.
* Third argument: decide how processing for brackets
* 1 means full processing
* -1 appears to mean something along the lines of
* only handle single digits and don't handle brackets.
* I *think* (but it's really only a guess) that this
* is used by the test below the wantt handling, so
* that in certain cases we handle brackets there.
* 0 would apparently mean something like we know we
* should have the name of a scalar and we get cross
* if there's anything present which disagrees with that
* but you will search fetchvalue() in vain for comments on this.
* Fourth argument gives flags to do with keys, values, quoting,
* assigning depending on context and parameter flags.
*
* This is the last mention of subexp, so presumably this
* is what the code which makes sure subexp is set if aspar (the
* (P) flag) is set. I *think* what's going on here is the
* second argument is for both input and output: with
* subexp, we only want the input effect, whereas normally
* we let fetchvalue set the main string pointer s to
* the end of the bit it's fetched.
*/
if (!(v = fetchvalue(&vbuf, (subexp ? &ov : &s),
(wantt ? -1 :
((unset(KSHARRAYS) || inbrace) ? 1 : -1)),
hkeys|hvals|
(arrasg ? SCANPM_ASSIGNING : 0)|
(qt ? SCANPM_DQUOTED : 0))) ||
(v->pm && (v->pm->node.flags & PM_UNSET)) ||
(v->flags & VALFLAG_EMPTY))
vunset = 1;
if (wantt) {
/*
* Handle the (t) flag: value now becomes the type
* information for the parameter.
*/
if (v && v->pm && !(v->pm->node.flags & PM_UNSET)) {
int f = v->pm->node.flags;
switch (PM_TYPE(f)) {
case PM_SCALAR: val = "scalar"; break;
case PM_ARRAY: val = "array"; break;
case PM_INTEGER: val = "integer"; break;
case PM_EFLOAT:
case PM_FFLOAT: val = "float"; break;
case PM_HASHED: val = "association"; break;
}
val = dupstring(val);
if (v->pm->level)
val = dyncat(val, "-local");
if (f & PM_LEFT)
val = dyncat(val, "-left");
if (f & PM_RIGHT_B)
val = dyncat(val, "-right_blanks");
if (f & PM_RIGHT_Z)
val = dyncat(val, "-right_zeros");
if (f & PM_LOWER)
val = dyncat(val, "-lower");
if (f & PM_UPPER)
val = dyncat(val, "-upper");
if (f & PM_READONLY)
val = dyncat(val, "-readonly");
if (f & PM_TAGGED)
val = dyncat(val, "-tag");
if (f & PM_EXPORTED)
val = dyncat(val, "-export");
if (f & PM_UNIQUE)
val = dyncat(val, "-unique");
if (f & PM_HIDE)
val = dyncat(val, "-hide");
if (f & PM_HIDE)
val = dyncat(val, "-hideval");
if (f & PM_SPECIAL)
val = dyncat(val, "-special");
vunset = 0;
} else
val = dupstring("");
v = NULL;
isarr = 0;
}
}
/*
* We get in here two ways; either we need to convert v into
* the local value system, or we need to get rid of brackets
* even if there isn't a v.
*/
while (v || ((inbrace || (unset(KSHARRAYS) && vunset)) && isbrack(*s))) {
if (!v) {
/*
* Index applied to non-existent parameter; we may or may
* not have a value to index, however. Create a temporary
* empty parameter as a trick, and index on that. This
* usually happens the second time around the loop when
* we've used up the original parameter value and want to
* apply a subscript to what's left. However, it's also
* possible it's got something to do with some of that murky
* passing of -1's as the third argument to fetchvalue() to
* inhibit bracket parsing at that stage.
*/
Param pm;
char *os = s;
if (!isbrack(*s))
break;
if (vunset) {
val = dupstring("");
isarr = 0;
}
pm = createparam(nulstring, isarr ? PM_ARRAY : PM_SCALAR);
DPUTS(!pm, "BUG: parameter not created");
if (isarr)
pm->u.arr = aval;
else
pm->u.str = val;
v = (Value) hcalloc(sizeof *v);
v->isarr = isarr;
v->pm = pm;
v->end = -1;
if (getindex(&s, v, qt ? SCANPM_DQUOTED : 0) || s == os)
break;
}
/*
* This is where we extract a value (we know now we have
* one) into the local parameters for a scalar (val) or
* array (aval) value. TODO: move val and aval into
* a structure with a discriminator. Hope we can make
* more things array values at this point and dearrayify later.
* v->isarr tells us whether the stuff from down below looks
* like an array.
*
* I think we get to discard the existing value of isarr
* here because it's already been taken account of, either
* in the subexp stuff or immediately above.
*/
if ((isarr = v->isarr)) {
/*
* No way to get here with v->flags & VALFLAG_INV, so
* getvaluearr() is called by getarrvalue(); needn't test
* PM_HASHED.
*/
if (v->isarr == SCANPM_WANTINDEX) {
isarr = v->isarr = 0;
val = dupstring(v->pm->node.nam);
} else
aval = getarrvalue(v);
} else {
/* Value retrieved from parameter/subexpression is scalar */
if (v->pm->node.flags & PM_ARRAY) {
/*
* Although the value is a scalar, the parameter
* itself is an array. Presumably this is due to
* being quoted, or doing single substitution or something,
* TODO: we're about to do some definitely stringy
* stuff, so something like this bit is probably
* necessary. However, I'd like to leave any
* necessary joining of arrays until this point
* to avoid the multsub() horror.
*/
int tmplen = arrlen(v->pm->gsu.a->getfn(v->pm));
if (v->start < 0)
v->start += tmplen + ((v->flags & VALFLAG_INV) ? 1 : 0);
if (!(v->flags & VALFLAG_INV) &&
(v->start >= tmplen || v->start < 0))
vunset = 1;
}
if (!vunset) {
/*
* There really is a value. Padding and case
* transformations used to be handled here, but
* are now handled in getstrvalue() for greater
* consistency. However, we get unexpected effects
* if we allow them to applied on every call, so
* set the flag that allows them to be substituted.
*/
v->flags |= VALFLAG_SUBST;
val = getstrvalue(v);
}
}
/* See if this is a reference to the positional parameters. */
if (v && v->pm && v->pm->gsu.a == &vararray_gsu &&
(char ***)v->pm->u.data == &pparams)
horrible_offset_hack = 1;
else
horrible_offset_hack = 0;
/*
* Finished with the original parameter and its indices;
* carry on looping to see if we need to do more indexing.
* This means we final get rid of v in favour of val and
* aval. We could do with somehow encapsulating the bit
* where we need v.
*/
v = NULL;
if (!inbrace)
break;
}
/*
* We're now past the name or subexpression; the only things
* which can happen now are a closing brace, one of the standard
* parameter postmodifiers, or a history-style colon-modifier.
*
* Again, this duplicates tests for characters we're about to
* examine properly later on.
*/
if (inbrace &&
(c = *s) != '-' && c != '+' && c != ':' && c != '%' && c != '/' &&
c != '=' && c != Equals &&
c != '#' && c != Pound &&
c != '?' && c != Quest &&
c != '}' && c != Outbrace) {
zerr("bad substitution");
return NULL;
}
/*
* Join arrays up if we're in quotes and there isn't some
* override such as (@).
* TODO: hmm, if we're called as part of some recursive
* substitution do we want to delay this until we get back to
* the top level? Or is if there's a qt (i.e. this parameter
* substitution is in quotes) always good enough? Potentially
* we may be OK by now --- all potential `@'s and subexpressions
* have been handled, including any [@] index which comes up
* by virture of v->isarr being set to SCANPM_ISVAR_AT which
* is now in isarr.
*
* However, if we are replacing multsub() with something that
* doesn't mangle arrays, we may need to delay this step until after
* the foo:- or foo:= or whatever that causes that. Note the value
* (string or array) at this point is irrelevant if we are going to
* be doing that. This would mean // and stuff get applied
* arraywise even if quoted. That's probably wrong, so maybe
* this just stays.
*
* We do a separate stage of dearrayification in the YUK chunk,
* I think mostly because of the way we make array or scalar
* values appear to the caller.
*/
if (isarr) {
if (nojoin)
isarr = -1;
if (qt && !getlen && isarr > 0) {
val = sepjoin(aval, sep, 1);
isarr = 0;
}
}
idend = s;
if (inbrace) {
/*
* This is to match a closing double quote in case
* we didn't have a subexpression, e.g. ${"foo"}.
* This form is pointless, but logically it ought to work.
*/
while (inull(*s))
s++;
}
/*
* We don't yet know whether a `:' introduces a history-style
* colon modifier or qualifies something like ${...:=...}.
* But if we remember the colon here it's easy to check later.
*/
if ((colf = *s == ':'))
s++;
/* fstr is to be the text following the substitution. If we have *
* braces, we look for it here, else we infer it later on. */
fstr = s;
if (inbrace) {
int bct;
for (bct = 1; (c = *fstr); fstr++) {
if (c == Inbrace)
bct++;
else if (c == Outbrace && !--bct)
break;
}
if (bct) {
noclosebrace:
zerr("closing brace expected");
return NULL;
}
if (c)
*fstr++ = '\0';
}
/* Check for ${..?..} or ${..=..} or one of those. *
* Only works if the name is in braces. */
if (inbrace && ((c = *s) == '-' ||
c == '+' ||
c == ':' || /* i.e. a doubled colon */
c == '=' || c == Equals ||
c == '%' ||
c == '#' || c == Pound ||
c == '?' || c == Quest ||
c == '/')) {
/*
* Default index is 1 if no (I) or (I) gave zero. But
* why don't we set the default explicitly at the start
* and massage any passed index where we set flnum anyway?
*/
if (!flnum)
flnum++;
if (c == '%')
flags |= SUB_END;
/* Check for ${..%%..} or ${..##..} */
if ((c == '%' || c == '#' || c == Pound) && c == s[1]) {
s++;
/* we have %%, not %, or ##, not # */
flags |= SUB_LONG;
}
s++;
if (s[-1] == '/') {
char *ptr;
/*
* previous flags are irrelevant, except for (S) which
* indicates shortest substring; else look for longest.
*/
flags = (flags & SUB_SUBSTR) ? 0 : SUB_LONG;
if ((c = *s) == '/') {
/* doubled, so replace all occurrences */
flags |= SUB_GLOBAL;
c = *++s;
}
/* Check for anchored substitution */
if (c == '#' || c == Pound) {
/*
* anchor at head: this is the `normal' case in
* getmatch and we only require the flag if SUB_END
* is also present.
*/
flags |= SUB_START;
s++;
}
if (*s == '%') {
/* anchor at tail */
flags |= SUB_END;
s++;
}
if (!(flags & (SUB_START|SUB_END))) {
/* No anchor, so substring */
flags |= SUB_SUBSTR;
}
/*
* Find the / marking the end of the search pattern.
* If there isn't one, we're just going to delete that,
* i.e. replace it with an empty string.
*
* We used to use double backslashes to quote slashes,
* but actually that was buggy and using a single backslash
* is easier and more obvious.
*/
for (ptr = s; (c = *ptr) && c != '/'; ptr++)
{
if ((c == Bnull || c == Bnullkeep || c == '\\') && ptr[1])
{
if (ptr[1] == '/')
chuck(ptr);
else
ptr++;
}
}
replstr = (*ptr && ptr[1]) ? ptr+1 : "";
*ptr = '\0';
}
/* See if this was ${...:-...}, ${...:=...}, etc. */
if (colf)
flags |= SUB_ALL;
/*
* With no special flags, i.e. just a # or % or whatever,
* the matched portion is removed and we keep the rest.
* We also want the rest when we're doing a substitution.
*/
if (!(flags & (SUB_MATCH|SUB_REST|SUB_BIND|SUB_EIND|SUB_LEN)))
flags |= SUB_REST;
/*
* With ":" treat a value as unset if the variable is set but
* - (array) contains no elements
* - (scalar) contains an empty string
*/
if (colf && !vunset)
vunset = (isarr) ? !*aval : !*val || (*val == Nularg && !val[1]);
switch (s[-1]) {
case '+':
if (vunset) {
val = dupstring("");
copied = 1;
isarr = 0;
break;
}
vunset = 1;
/* Fall Through! */
case '-':
if (vunset) {
int split_flags;
val = dupstring(s);
/* If word-splitting is enabled, we ask multsub() to split
* the substituted string at unquoted whitespace. Then, we
* turn off spbreak so that no further splitting occurs.
* This allows a construct such as ${1+"$@"} to correctly
* keep its array splits, and weird constructs such as
* ${str+"one two" "3 2 1" foo "$str"} to only be split
* at the unquoted spaces. */
if (spbreak) {
split_flags = PREFORK_SHWORDSPLIT;
if (!aspar)
split_flags |= PREFORK_SPLIT;
} else {
/*
* It's not good enough not passing the flag to use
* SHWORDSPLIT, because when we get to a nested
* paramsubst we need to ignore isset(SHWORDSPLIT).
*/
split_flags = PREFORK_NOSHWORDSPLIT;
}
multsub(&val, split_flags, (aspar ? NULL : &aval),
&isarr, NULL);
copied = 1;
spbreak = 0;
/* Leave globsubst on if forced */
if (globsubst != 2)
globsubst = 0;
}
break;
case ':':
/* this must be `::=', unconditional assignment */
if (*s != '=' && *s != Equals)
goto noclosebrace;
vunset = 1;
s++;
/* Fall through */
case '=':
case Equals:
if (vunset) {
char sav = *idend;
int l, split_flags;
*idend = '\0';
val = dupstring(s);
if (spsep || !arrasg) {
/* POSIX requires PREFORK_SINGLE semantics here, but
* traditional zsh used PREFORK_NOSHWORDSPLIT. Base
* behavior on caller choice of PREFORK_SHWORDSPLIT. */
multsub(&val,
spbreak ? PREFORK_SINGLE : PREFORK_NOSHWORDSPLIT,
NULL, &isarr, NULL);
} else {
if (spbreak)
split_flags = PREFORK_SPLIT|PREFORK_SHWORDSPLIT;
else
split_flags = PREFORK_NOSHWORDSPLIT;
multsub(&val, split_flags, &aval, &isarr, NULL);
spbreak = 0;
}
if (arrasg) {
/* This is an array assignment. */
char *arr[2], **t, **a, **p;
if (spsep || spbreak) {
aval = sepsplit(val, spsep, 0, 1);
isarr = nojoin ? 1 : 2;
l = arrlen(aval);
if (l && !*(aval[l-1]))
l--;
if (l && !**aval)
l--, t = aval + 1;
else
t = aval;
} else if (!isarr) {
if (!*val && arrasg > 1) {
arr[0] = NULL;
l = 0;
} else {
arr[0] = val;
arr[1] = NULL;
l = 1;
}
t = aval = arr;
} else
l = arrlen(aval), t = aval;
p = a = zalloc(sizeof(char *) * (l + 1));
while (l--) {
untokenize(*t);
*p++ = ztrdup(*t++);
}
*p++ = NULL;
if (arrasg > 1) {
Param pm = sethparam(idbeg, a);
if (pm)
aval = paramvalarr(pm->gsu.h->getfn(pm), hkeys|hvals);
} else
setaparam(idbeg, a);
} else {
untokenize(val);
setsparam(idbeg, ztrdup(val));
}
*idend = sav;
copied = 1;
if (isarr) {
if (nojoin)
isarr = -1;
if (qt && !getlen && isarr > 0 && !spsep && spbreak < 2) {
val = sepjoin(aval, sep, 1);
isarr = 0;
}
sep = spsep = NULL;
spbreak = 0;
}
}
break;
case '?':
case Quest:
if (vunset) {
if (isset(EXECOPT)) {
*idend = '\0';
zerr("%s: %s", idbeg, *s ? s : "parameter not set");
if (!interact) {
if (mypid == getpid()) {
/*
* paranoia: don't check for jobs, but there
* shouldn't be any if not interactive.
*/
stopmsg = 1;
zexit(1, 0);
} else
_exit(1);
}
}
return NULL;
}
break;
case '%':
case '#':
case Pound:
case '/':
/* This once was executed only `if (qt) ...'. But with that
* patterns in a expansion resulting from a ${(e)...} aren't
* tokenized even though this function thinks they are (it thinks
* they are because parse_subst_str() turns Qstring tokens
* into String tokens and for unquoted parameter expansions the
* lexer normally does tokenize patterns inside parameter
* expansions). */
{
int one = noerrs, oef = errflag, haserr;
if (!quoteerr)
noerrs = 1;
haserr = parse_subst_string(s);
noerrs = one;
if (!quoteerr) {
errflag = oef;
if (haserr)
shtokenize(s);
} else if (haserr || errflag) {
zerr("parse error in ${...%c...} substitution", s[-1]);
return NULL;
}
}
{
#if 0
/*
* This allows # and % to be at the start of
* a parameter in the substitution, which is
* a bit nasty, and can be done (although
* less efficiently) with anchors.
*/
char t = s[-1];
singsub(&s);
if (t == '/' && (flags & SUB_SUBSTR)) {
if ((c = *s) == '#' || c == '%') {
flags &= ~SUB_SUBSTR;
if (c == '%')
flags |= SUB_END;
s++;
} else if (c == '\\') {
s++;
}
}
#else
singsub(&s);
#endif
}
/*
* Either loop over an array doing replacements or
* do the replacment on a string.
*
* We need an untokenized value for matching.
*/
if (!vunset && isarr) {
char **ap;
if (!copied) {
aval = arrdup(aval);
copied = 1;
}
for (ap = aval; *ap; ap++) {
untokenize(*ap);
}
getmatcharr(&aval, s, flags, flnum, replstr);
} else {
if (vunset) {
if (unset(UNSET)) {
*idend = '\0';
zerr("%s: parameter not set", idbeg);
return NULL;
}
val = dupstring("");
}
if (!copied) {
val = dupstring(val);
copied = 1;
untokenize(val);
}
getmatch(&val, s, flags, flnum, replstr);
}
break;
}
} else { /* no ${...=...} or anything, but possible modifiers. */
/*
* Handler ${+...}. TODO: strange, why do we handle this only
* if there isn't a trailing modifier? Why don't we do this
* e.g. when we handle the ${(t)...} flag?
*/
if (chkset) {
val = dupstring(vunset ? "0" : "1");
isarr = 0;
} else if (vunset) {
if (unset(UNSET)) {
*idend = '\0';
zerr("%s: parameter not set", idbeg);
return NULL;
}
val = dupstring("");
}
if (colf && inbrace) {
/*
* Look for ${PARAM:OFFSET} or ${PARAM:OFFSET:LENGTH}.
* This must appear before modifiers. For compatibility
* with bash we perform both standard string substitutions
* and math eval.
*/
char *check_offset2;
char *check_offset = check_colon_subscript(s, &check_offset2);
if (check_offset) {
zlong offset = mathevali(check_offset);
zlong length = 0;
int length_set = 0;
int offset_hack_argzero = 0;
if (errflag)
return NULL;
if ((*check_offset2 && *check_offset2 != ':')) {
zerr("invalid subscript: %s", check_offset);
return NULL;
}
if (*check_offset2) {
check_offset = check_colon_subscript(check_offset2 + 1,
&check_offset2);
if (*check_offset2 && *check_offset2 != ':') {
zerr("invalid length: %s", check_offset);
return NULL;
}
if (check_offset) {
length = mathevali(check_offset);
length_set = 1;
if (errflag)
return NULL;
}
}
if (isarr) {
int alen, count;
char **srcptr, **dstptr, **newarr;
if (horrible_offset_hack) {
/*
* As part of the 'orrible hoffset 'ack,
* (what hare you? Han 'orrible hoffset 'ack,
* sergeant major), if we are given a ksh/bash/POSIX
* style positional parameter array which includes
* offset 0, we use $0.
*/
if (offset == 0) {
offset_hack_argzero = 1;
} else if (offset > 0) {
offset--;
}
}
alen = arrlen(aval);
if (offset < 0) {
offset += alen;
if (offset < 0)
offset = 0;
}
if (offset_hack_argzero)
alen++;
if (length_set) {
if (length < 0)
length += alen - offset;
if (length < 0) {
zerr("substring expression: %d < %d",
(int)(length + offset), (int)offset);
return NULL;
}
} else
length = alen;
if (offset > alen)
offset = alen;
if (offset + length > alen)
length = alen - offset;
count = length;
srcptr = aval + offset;
newarr = dstptr = (char **)
zhalloc((length+1)*sizeof(char *));
if (count && offset_hack_argzero) {
*dstptr++ = dupstring(argzero);
count--;
}
while (count--)
*dstptr++ = dupstring(*srcptr++);
*dstptr = (char *)NULL;
aval = newarr;
} else {
char *sptr, *eptr;
int given_offset;
if (offset < 0) {
MB_METACHARINIT();
for (sptr = val; *sptr; ) {
sptr += MB_METACHARLEN(sptr);
offset++;
}
if (offset < 0)
offset = 0;
}
given_offset = offset;
MB_METACHARINIT();
if (length_set && length < 0)
length -= offset;
for (sptr = val; *sptr && offset; ) {
sptr += MB_METACHARLEN(sptr);
offset--;
}
if (length_set) {
if (length < 0) {
MB_METACHARINIT();
for (eptr = val; *eptr; ) {
eptr += MB_METACHARLEN(eptr);
length++;
}
if (length < 0) {
zerr("substring expression: %d < %d",
(int)(length + given_offset),
(int)given_offset);
return NULL;
}
}
for (eptr = sptr; *eptr && length; ) {
eptr += MB_METACHARLEN(eptr);
length--;
}
val = dupstrpfx(sptr, eptr - sptr);
} else {
val = dupstring(sptr);
}
}
if (!*check_offset2) {
colf = 0;
} else {
s = check_offset2 + 1;
}
}
}
if (colf) {
/*
* History style colon modifiers. May need to apply
* on multiple elements of an array.
*/
s--;
if (unset(KSHARRAYS) || inbrace) {
if (!isarr)
modify(&val, &s);
else {
char *ss;
char **ap = aval;
char **pp = aval = (char **) hcalloc(sizeof(char *) *
(arrlen(aval) + 1));
while ((*pp = *ap++)) {
ss = s;
modify(pp++, &ss);
}
if (pp == aval) {
char *t = "";
ss = s;
modify(&t, &ss);
}
s = ss;
}
copied = 1;
if (inbrace && *s) {
if (*s == ':' && !imeta(s[1]))
zerr("unrecognized modifier `%c'", s[1]);
else
zerr("unrecognized modifier");
return NULL;
}
}
}
if (!inbrace)
fstr = s;
}
if (errflag)
return NULL;
if (evalchar) {
int one = noerrs, oef = errflag, haserr = 0;
if (!quoteerr)
noerrs = 1;
/*
* Evaluate the value numerically and output the result as
* a character.
*/
if (isarr) {
char **aval2, **avptr, **av2ptr;
aval2 = (char **)zhalloc((arrlen(aval)+1)*sizeof(char *));
for (avptr = aval, av2ptr = aval2; *avptr; avptr++, av2ptr++)
{
/* When noerrs = 1, the only error is out-of-memory */
if (!(*av2ptr = substevalchar(*avptr))) {
haserr = 1;
break;
}
}
*av2ptr = NULL;
aval = aval2;
} else {
/* When noerrs = 1, the only error is out-of-memory */
if (!(val = substevalchar(val)))
haserr = 1;
}
noerrs = one;
if (!quoteerr)
errflag = oef;
if (haserr || errflag)
return NULL;
}
/*
* This handles taking a length with ${#foo} and variations.
* TODO: again. one might naively have thought this had the
* same sort of effect as the ${(t)...} flag and the ${+...}
* test, although in this case we do need the value rather
* the parameter, so maybe it's a bit different.
*/
if (getlen) {
long len = 0;
char buf[14];
if (isarr) {
char **ctr;
int sl = sep ? MB_METASTRLEN(sep) : 1;
if (getlen == 1)
for (ctr = aval; *ctr; ctr++, len++);
else if (getlen == 2) {
if (*aval)
for (len = -sl, ctr = aval;
len += sl + MB_METASTRLEN2(*ctr, multi_width),
*++ctr;);
}
else
for (ctr = aval;
*ctr;
len += wordcount(*ctr, spsep, getlen > 3), ctr++);
} else {
if (getlen < 3)
len = MB_METASTRLEN2(val, multi_width);
else
len = wordcount(val, spsep, getlen > 3);
}
sprintf(buf, "%ld", len);
val = dupstring(buf);
isarr = 0;
}
/* At this point we make sure that our arrayness has affected the
* arrayness of the linked list. Then, we can turn our value into
* a scalar for convenience sake without affecting the arrayness
* of the resulting value. ## This is the YUK chunk. ## */
if (isarr)
l->list.flags |= LF_ARRAY;
else
l->list.flags &= ~LF_ARRAY;
if (isarr > 0 && !plan9 && (!aval || !aval[0])) {
val = dupstring("");
isarr = 0;
} else if (isarr && aval && aval[0] && !aval[1]) {
/* treat a one-element array as a scalar for purposes of *
* concatenation with surrounding text (some${param}thing) *
* and rc_expand_param handling. Note: LF_ARRAY (above) *
* propagates the true array type from nested expansions. */
val = aval[0];
isarr = 0;
}
/* This is where we may join arrays together, e.g. (j:,:) sets "sep", and
* (afterward) may split the joined value (e.g. (s:-:) sets "spsep"). One
* exception is that ${name:-word} and ${name:+word} will have already
* done any requested splitting of the word value with quoting preserved.
*/
if (ssub || (spbreak && isarr >= 0) || spsep || sep) {
if (isarr) {
val = sepjoin(aval, sep, 1);
isarr = 0;
}
if (!ssub && (spbreak || spsep)) {
aval = sepsplit(val, spsep, 0, 1);
if (!aval || !aval[0])
val = dupstring("");
else if (!aval[1])
val = aval[0];
else
isarr = nojoin ? 1 : 2;
}
if (isarr)
l->list.flags |= LF_ARRAY;
else
l->list.flags &= ~LF_ARRAY;
}
/*
* Perform case modififications.
*/
if (casmod != CASMOD_NONE) {
copied = 1; /* string is always modified by copy */
if (isarr) {
char **ap, **ap2;
ap = aval;
ap2 = aval = (char **) zhalloc(sizeof(char *) * (arrlen(aval)+1));
while (*ap)
*ap2++ = casemodify(*ap++, casmod);
*ap2++ = NULL;
} else {
val = casemodify(val, casmod);
}
}
/*
* Process echo- and print-style escape sequences.
*/
if (getkeys >= 0) {
int len;
copied = 1; /* string is always copied */
if (isarr) {
char **ap, **ap2;
ap = aval;
aval = (char **) zhalloc(sizeof(char *) * (arrlen(aval)+1));
for (ap2 = aval; *ap; ap++, ap2++) {
*ap2 = getkeystring(*ap, &len, getkeys, NULL);
*ap2 = metafy(*ap2, len, META_USEHEAP);
}
*ap2++ = NULL;
} else {
val = getkeystring(val, &len, getkeys, NULL);
val = metafy(val, len, META_USEHEAP);
}
}
/*
* Perform prompt-style modifications.
*/
if (presc) {
int ops = opts[PROMPTSUBST], opb = opts[PROMPTBANG];
int opp = opts[PROMPTPERCENT];
if (presc < 2) {
opts[PROMPTPERCENT] = 1;
opts[PROMPTSUBST] = opts[PROMPTBANG] = 0;
}
/*
* TODO: It would be really quite nice to abstract the
* isarr and !issarr code into a function which gets
* passed a pointer to a function with the effect of
* the promptexpand bit. Then we could use this for
* a lot of stuff and bury val/aval/isarr inside a structure
* which gets passed to it.
*/
if (isarr) {
char **ap;
if (!copied)
aval = arrdup(aval), copied = 1;
ap = aval;
for (; *ap; ap++) {
char *tmps;
untokenize(*ap);
tmps = promptexpand(*ap, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL);
*ap = dupstring(tmps);
free(tmps);
}
} else {
char *tmps;
if (!copied)
val = dupstring(val), copied = 1;
untokenize(val);
tmps = promptexpand(val, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL);
val = dupstring(tmps);
free(tmps);
}
opts[PROMPTSUBST] = ops;
opts[PROMPTBANG] = opb;
opts[PROMPTPERCENT] = opp;
}
/*
* One of the possible set of quotes to apply, depending on
* the repetitions of the (q) flag.
*/
if (quotemod) {
int pre = 0, post = 0;
if (quotemod > 0 && quotetype > QT_BACKSLASH) {
switch (quotetype)
{
case QT_DOLLARS:
/* space for "$" */
pre = 2;
post = 1;
break;
case QT_SINGLE_OPTIONAL:
/* quotes will be added for us */
break;
default:
pre = post = 1;
break;
}
}
if (isarr) {
char **ap;
if (!copied)
aval = arrdup(aval), copied = 1;
ap = aval;
if (quotemod > 0) {
if (quotetype > QT_BACKSLASH) {
int sl;
char *tmp;
for (; *ap; ap++) {
tmp = quotestring(*ap, NULL, quotetype);
sl = strlen(tmp);
*ap = (char *) zhalloc(pre + sl + post + 1);
strcpy((*ap) + pre, tmp);
if (pre)
ap[0][pre - 1] = ap[0][pre + sl] =
(quotetype != QT_DOUBLE ? '\'' : '"');
ap[0][pre + sl + 1] = '\0';
if (quotetype == QT_DOLLARS)
ap[0][0] = '$';
}
} else
for (; *ap; ap++)
*ap = quotestring(*ap, NULL, QT_BACKSLASH_SHOWNULL);
} else {
int one = noerrs, oef = errflag, haserr = 0;
if (!quoteerr)
noerrs = 1;
for (; *ap; ap++) {
haserr |= parse_subst_string(*ap);
remnulargs(*ap);
untokenize(*ap);
}
noerrs = one;
if (!quoteerr)
errflag = oef;
else if (haserr || errflag) {
zerr("parse error in parameter value");
return NULL;
}
}
} else {
if (!copied)
val = dupstring(val), copied = 1;
if (quotemod > 0) {
if (quotetype > QT_BACKSLASH) {
int sl;
char *tmp;
tmp = quotestring(val, NULL, quotetype);
sl = strlen(tmp);
val = (char *) zhalloc(pre + sl + 2);
strcpy(val + pre, tmp);
if (pre)
val[pre - 1] = val[pre + sl] =
(quotetype != QT_DOUBLE ? '\'' : '"');
val[pre + sl + 1] = '\0';
if (quotetype == QT_DOLLARS)
val[0] = '$';
} else
val = quotestring(val, NULL, QT_BACKSLASH_SHOWNULL);
} else {
int one = noerrs, oef = errflag, haserr;
if (!quoteerr)
noerrs = 1;
haserr = parse_subst_string(val);
noerrs = one;
if (!quoteerr)
errflag = oef;
else if (haserr || errflag) {
zerr("parse error in parameter value");
return NULL;
}
remnulargs(val);
untokenize(val);
}
}
}
/*
* Transform special characters in the string to make them
* printable, or to show directories, or possibly even both.
*/
if (mods) {
if (isarr) {
char **ap;
if (!copied)
aval = arrdup(aval), copied = 1;
for (ap = aval; *ap; ap++) {
if (mods & 1)
*ap = substnamedir(*ap);
if (mods & 2)
*ap = nicedupstring(*ap);
}
} else {
if (!copied)
val = dupstring(val), copied = 1;
if (mods & 1)
val = substnamedir(val);
if (mods & 2)
val = nicedupstring(val);
}
}
/*
* Nothing particularly to do with SH_WORD_SPLIT --- this
* performs lexical splitting on a string as specified by
* the (z) flag.
*/
if (shsplit) {
LinkList list = NULL;
if (isarr) {
char **ap;
for (ap = aval; *ap; ap++)
list = bufferwords(list, *ap, NULL, shsplit);
isarr = 0;
} else
list = bufferwords(NULL, val, NULL, shsplit);
if (!list || !firstnode(list))
val = dupstring("");
else if (!nextnode(firstnode(list)))
val = getdata(firstnode(list));
else {
aval = hlinklist2array(list, 0);
isarr = nojoin ? 1 : 2;
l->list.flags |= LF_ARRAY;
}
copied = 1;
}
/*
* TODO: hmm. At this point we have to be on our toes about
* whether we're putting stuff into a line or not, i.e.
* we don't want to do this from a recursive call.
* Rather than passing back flags in a non-trivial way, maybe
* we could decide on the basis of flags passed down to us.
*
* This is the ideal place to do any last-minute conversion from
* array to strings. However, given all the transformations we've
* already done, probably if it's going to be done it will already
* have been. (I'd really like to keep everying in aval or
* equivalent and only locally decide if we need to treat it
* as a scalar.)
*/
if (isarr) {
char *x;
char *y;
int xlen;
int i;
LinkNode on = n;
/* Handle the (u) flag; we need this before the next test */
if (unique) {
if(!copied)
aval = arrdup(aval);
i = arrlen(aval);
if (i > 1)
zhuniqarray(aval);
}
if ((!aval[0] || !aval[1]) && !plan9) {
/*
* Empty array or single element. Currently you only
* get a single element array at this point from the
* unique expansion above. but we can potentially
* have other reasons.
*
* The following test removes the markers
* from surrounding double quotes, but I don't know why
* that's necessary.
*/
int vallen;
if (aptr > (char *) getdata(n) &&
aptr[-1] == Dnull && *fstr == Dnull)
*--aptr = '\0', fstr++;
vallen = aval[0] ? strlen(aval[0]) : 0;
y = (char *) hcalloc((aptr - ostr) + vallen + strlen(fstr) + 1);
strcpy(y, ostr);
*str = y + (aptr - ostr);
if (vallen)
{
strcpy(*str, aval[0]);
*str += vallen;
}
strcpy(*str, fstr);
setdata(n, y);
return n;
}
/* Handle (o) and (O) and their variants */
if (sortit != SORTIT_ANYOLDHOW) {
if (!copied)
aval = arrdup(aval);
if (indord) {
if (sortit & SORTIT_BACKWARDS) {
char *copy;
char **end = aval + arrlen(aval) - 1, **start = aval;
/* reverse the array */
while (start < end) {
copy = *end;
*end-- = *start;
*start++ = copy;
}
}
} else {
/*
* HERE: we tested if the last element of the array
* was not a NULL string. Why the last element?
* Why didn't we expect NULL strings to work?
* Was it just a clumsy way of testing whether there
* was enough in the array to sort?
*/
strmetasort(aval, sortit, NULL);
}
}
if (plan9) {
/* Handle RC_EXPAND_PARAM */
LinkNode tn;
local_list1(tl);
*--fstr = Marker;
init_list1(tl, fstr);
if (!eval && !stringsubst(&tl, firstnode(&tl), ssub, 0))
return NULL;
*str = aptr;
tn = firstnode(&tl);
while ((x = *aval++)) {
if (prenum || postnum)
x = dopadding(x, prenum, postnum, preone, postone,
premul, postmul
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
, multi_width
#endif
);
if (eval && subst_parse_str(&x, (qt && !nojoin), quoteerr))
return NULL;
xlen = strlen(x);
for (tn = firstnode(&tl);
tn && *(y = (char *) getdata(tn)) == Marker;
incnode(tn)) {
strcatsub(&y, ostr, aptr, x, xlen, y + 1, globsubst,
copied);
if (qt && !*y && isarr != 2)
y = dupstring(nulstring);
if (plan9)
setdata(n, (void *) y), plan9 = 0;
else
insertlinknode(l, n, (void *) y), incnode(n);
}
}
for (; tn; incnode(tn)) {
y = (char *) getdata(tn);
if (*y == Marker)
continue;
if (qt && !*y && isarr != 2)
y = dupstring(nulstring);
if (plan9)
setdata(n, (void *) y), plan9 = 0;
else
insertlinknode(l, n, (void *) y), incnode(n);
}
if (plan9) {
uremnode(l, n);
return n;
}
} else {
/*
* Not RC_EXPAND_PARAM: simply join the first and
* last values.
* TODO: how about removing the restriction that
* aval[1] is non-NULL to promote consistency?, or
* simply changing the test so that we drop into
* the scalar branch, instead of tricking isarr?
*/
x = aval[0];
if (prenum || postnum)
x = dopadding(x, prenum, postnum, preone, postone,
premul, postmul
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
, multi_width
#endif
);
if (eval && subst_parse_str(&x, (qt && !nojoin), quoteerr))
return NULL;
xlen = strlen(x);
strcatsub(&y, ostr, aptr, x, xlen, NULL, globsubst, copied);
if (qt && !*y && isarr != 2)
y = dupstring(nulstring);
setdata(n, (void *) y);
i = 1;
/* aval[1] is non-null here */
while (aval[i + 1]) {
x = aval[i++];
if (prenum || postnum)
x = dopadding(x, prenum, postnum, preone, postone,
premul, postmul
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
, multi_width
#endif
);
if (eval && subst_parse_str(&x, (qt && !nojoin), quoteerr))
return NULL;
if (qt && !*x && isarr != 2)
y = dupstring(nulstring);
else {
y = dupstring(x);
if (globsubst)
shtokenize(y);
}
insertlinknode(l, n, (void *) y), incnode(n);
}
x = aval[i];
if (prenum || postnum)
x = dopadding(x, prenum, postnum, preone, postone,
premul, postmul
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
, multi_width
#endif
);
if (eval && subst_parse_str(&x, (qt && !nojoin), quoteerr))
return NULL;
xlen = strlen(x);
*str = strcatsub(&y, aptr, aptr, x, xlen, fstr, globsubst, copied);
if (qt && !*y && isarr != 2)
y = dupstring(nulstring);
insertlinknode(l, n, (void *) y), incnode(n);
}
if (eval)
n = on;
} else {
/*
* Scalar value. Handle last minute transformations
* such as left- or right-padding and the (e) flag to
* revaluate the result.
*/
int xlen;
char *x;
char *y;
x = val;
if (prenum || postnum)
x = dopadding(x, prenum, postnum, preone, postone,
premul, postmul
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
, multi_width
#endif
);
if (eval && subst_parse_str(&x, (qt && !nojoin), quoteerr))
return NULL;
xlen = strlen(x);
*str = strcatsub(&y, ostr, aptr, x, xlen, fstr, globsubst, copied);
if (qt && !*y)
y = dupstring(nulstring);
setdata(n, (void *) y);
}
if (eval)
*str = (char *) getdata(n);
return n;
}
/*
* Arithmetic substitution: `a' is the string to be evaluated, `bptr'
* points to the beginning of the string containing it. The tail of
* the string is given by `rest'. *bptr is modified with the substituted
* string. The function returns a pointer to the tail in the substituted
* string.
*/
/**/
static char *
arithsubst(char *a, char **bptr, char *rest)
{
char *s = *bptr, *t;
char buf[BDIGBUFSIZE], *b = buf;
mnumber v;
singsub(&a);
v = matheval(a);
if ((v.type & MN_FLOAT) && !outputradix)
b = convfloat(v.u.d, 0, 0, NULL);
else {
if (v.type & MN_FLOAT)
v.u.l = (zlong) v.u.d;
convbase(buf, v.u.l, outputradix);
}
t = *bptr = (char *) hcalloc(strlen(*bptr) + strlen(b) +
strlen(rest) + 1);
t--;
while ((*++t = *s++));
t--;
while ((*++t = *b++));
strcat(t, rest);
return t;
}
/**/
void
modify(char **str, char **ptr)
{
char *ptr1, *ptr2, *ptr3, *lptr, c, *test, *sep, *t, *tt, tc, *e;
char *copy, *all, *tmp, sav, sav1, *ptr1end;
int gbal, wall, rec, al, nl, charlen, dellen;
convchar_t del;
test = NULL;
if (**ptr == ':')
*str = dupstring(*str);
while (**ptr == ':') {
lptr = *ptr;
(*ptr)++;
wall = gbal = 0;
rec = 1;
c = '\0';
sep = NULL;
for (; !c && **ptr;) {
switch (**ptr) {
case 'a':
case 'A':
case 'c':
case 'h':
case 'r':
case 'e':
case 't':
case 'l':
case 'u':
case 'q':
case 'Q':
c = **ptr;
break;
case 's':
c = **ptr;
(*ptr)++;
ptr1 = *ptr;
MB_METACHARINIT();
charlen = MB_METACHARLENCONV(ptr1, &del);
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
if (del == WEOF)
del = (wint_t)((*ptr1 == Meta) ? ptr1[1] ^ 32 : *ptr1);
#endif
ptr1 += charlen;
for (ptr2 = ptr1, charlen = 0; *ptr2; ptr2 += charlen) {
convchar_t del2;
if ((*ptr2 == Bnull || *ptr2 == '\\') && ptr2[1]) {
/* in double quotes, the backslash isn't tokenized */
if (*ptr2 == '\\')
*ptr2 = Bnull;
charlen = 2;
continue;
}
charlen = MB_METACHARLENCONV(ptr2, &del2);
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
if (del2 == WEOF)
del2 = (wint_t)((*ptr2 == Meta) ?
ptr2[1] ^ 32 : *ptr2);
#endif
if (del2 == del)
break;
}
if (!*ptr2) {
zerr("bad substitution");
return;
}
ptr1end = ptr2;
ptr2 += charlen;
sav1 = *ptr1end;
*ptr1end = '\0';
for (ptr3 = ptr2, charlen = 0; *ptr3; ptr3 += charlen) {
convchar_t del3;
if ((*ptr3 == Bnull || *ptr3 == '\\') && ptr3[1]) {
/* in double quotes, the backslash isn't tokenized */
if (*ptr3 == '\\')
*ptr3 = Bnull;
charlen = 2;
continue;
}
charlen = MB_METACHARLENCONV(ptr3, &del3);
#ifdef MULTIBYTE_SUPPORT
if (del3 == WEOF)
del3 = (wint_t)((*ptr3 == Meta) ?
ptr3[1] ^ 32 : *ptr3);
#endif
if (del3 == del)
break;
}
sav = *ptr3;
*ptr3 = '\0';
if (*ptr1) {
zsfree(hsubl);
hsubl = ztrdup(ptr1);
}
if (!hsubl) {
zerr("no previous substitution");
return;
}
zsfree(hsubr);
for (tt = hsubl; *tt; tt++)
if (inull(*tt) && *tt != Bnullkeep)
chuck(tt--);
if (!isset(HISTSUBSTPATTERN))
untokenize(hsubl);
for (tt = hsubr = ztrdup(ptr2); *tt; tt++) {
if (inull(*tt) && *tt != Bnullkeep) {
if (*tt == Bnull && (tt[1] == '&' || tt[1] == '\\')) {
/*
* The substitution will treat \& and \\
* specially. We need to leave real \'s
* as the first character for this to work.
*/
*tt = '\\';
} else {
chuck(tt--);
}
}
}
*ptr1end = sav1;
*ptr3 = sav;
*ptr = ptr3 - 1;
if (*ptr3) {
/* Final terminator is optional. */
*ptr += charlen;
}
break;
case '&':
c = 's';
break;
case 'g':
(*ptr)++;
gbal = 1;
break;
case 'w':
wall = 1;
(*ptr)++;
break;
case 'W':
wall = 1;
(*ptr)++;
ptr1 = get_strarg(ptr2 = *ptr, &charlen);
if ((sav = *ptr1))
*ptr1 = '\0';
sep = dupstring(ptr2 + charlen);
if (sav)
*ptr1 = sav;
*ptr = ptr1 + charlen;
c = '\0';
break;
case 'f':
rec = -1;
(*ptr)++;
break;
case 'F':
(*ptr)++;
rec = get_intarg(ptr, &dellen);
break;
default:
*ptr = lptr;
return;
}
}
(*ptr)++;
if (!c) {
*ptr = lptr;
return;
}
if (rec < 0)
test = dupstring(*str);
while (rec--) {
if (wall) {
al = 0;
all = NULL;
for (t = e = *str; (tt = findword(&e, sep));) {
tc = *e;
*e = '\0';
if (c != 'l' && c != 'u')
copy = dupstring(tt);
*e = tc;
switch (c) {
case 'a':
chabspath(&copy);
break;
case 'A':
chrealpath(&copy);
break;
case 'c':
{
char *copy2 = equalsubstr(copy, 0, 0);
if (copy2)
copy = copy2;
break;
}
case 'h':
remtpath(&copy);
break;
case 'r':
remtext(&copy);
break;
case 'e':
rembutext(&copy);
break;
case 't':
remlpaths(&copy);
break;
case 'l':
copy = casemodify(tt, CASMOD_LOWER);
break;
case 'u':
copy = casemodify(tt, CASMOD_UPPER);
break;
case 's':
if (hsubl && hsubr)
subst(&copy, hsubl, hsubr, gbal);
break;
case 'q':
copy = quotestring(copy, NULL, QT_BACKSLASH_SHOWNULL);
break;
case 'Q':
{
int one = noerrs, oef = errflag;
noerrs = 1;
parse_subst_string(copy);
noerrs = one;
errflag = oef;
remnulargs(copy);
untokenize(copy);
}
break;
}
tc = *tt;
*tt = '\0';
nl = al + strlen(t) + strlen(copy);
ptr1 = tmp = (char *)zhalloc(nl + 1);
if (all)
for (ptr2 = all; *ptr2;)
*ptr1++ = *ptr2++;
for (ptr2 = t; *ptr2;)
*ptr1++ = *ptr2++;
*tt = tc;
for (ptr2 = copy; *ptr2;)
*ptr1++ = *ptr2++;
*ptr1 = '\0';
al = nl;
all = tmp;
t = e;
}
*str = all;
} else {
switch (c) {
case 'a':
chabspath(str);
break;
case 'A':
chrealpath(str);
break;
case 'c':
{
char *copy2 = equalsubstr(*str, 0, 0);
if (copy2)
*str = copy2;
break;
}
case 'h':
remtpath(str);
break;
case 'r':
remtext(str);
break;
case 'e':
rembutext(str);
break;
case 't':
remlpaths(str);
break;
case 'l':
*str = casemodify(*str, CASMOD_LOWER);
break;
case 'u':
*str = casemodify(*str, CASMOD_UPPER);
break;
case 's':
if (hsubl && hsubr)
subst(str, hsubl, hsubr, gbal);
break;
case 'q':
*str = quotestring(*str, NULL, QT_BACKSLASH);
break;
case 'Q':
{
int one = noerrs, oef = errflag;
noerrs = 1;
parse_subst_string(*str);
noerrs = one;
errflag = oef;
remnulargs(*str);
untokenize(*str);
}
break;
}
}
if (rec < 0) {
if (!strcmp(test, *str))
rec = 0;
else
test = dupstring(*str);
}
}
}
}
/* get a directory stack entry */
/**/
static char *
dstackent(char ch, int val)
{
int backwards;
LinkNode end=(LinkNode)dirstack, n;
backwards = ch == (isset(PUSHDMINUS) ? '+' : '-');
if(!backwards && !val--)
return pwd;
if (backwards)
for (n=lastnode(dirstack); n != end && val; val--, n=prevnode(n));
else
for (end=NULL, n=firstnode(dirstack); n && val; val--, n=nextnode(n));
if (n == end) {
if (backwards && !val)
return pwd;
if (isset(NOMATCH))
zerr("not enough directory stack entries.");
return NULL;
}
return (char *)getdata(n);
}