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;;; tar-mode.el --- simple editing of tar files from GNU emacs
;; Copyright (C) 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999,
;; 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
;; Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: Jamie Zawinski <jwz@lucid.com>
;; Maintainer: FSF
;; Created: 04 Apr 1990
;; Keywords: unix
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
;; GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Commentary:
;; This package attempts to make dealing with Unix 'tar' archives easier.
;; When this code is loaded, visiting a file whose name ends in '.tar' will
;; cause the contents of that archive file to be displayed in a Dired-like
;; listing. It is then possible to use the customary Dired keybindings to
;; extract sub-files from that archive, either by reading them into their own
;; editor buffers, or by copying them directly to arbitrary files on disk.
;; It is also possible to delete sub-files from within the tar file and write
;; the modified archive back to disk, or to edit sub-files within the archive
;; and re-insert the modified files into the archive. See the documentation
;; string of tar-mode for more info.
;; This code now understands the extra fields that GNU tar adds to tar files.
;; This interacts correctly with "uncompress.el" in the Emacs library,
;; which you get with
;;
;; (autoload 'uncompress-while-visiting "uncompress")
;; (setq auto-mode-alist (cons '("\\.Z$" . uncompress-while-visiting)
;; auto-mode-alist))
;;
;; Do not attempt to use tar-mode.el with crypt.el, you will lose.
;; *************** TO DO ***************
;;
;; o chmod should understand "a+x,og-w".
;;
;; o It's not possible to add a NEW file to a tar archive; not that
;; important, but still...
;;
;; o The code is less efficient that it could be - in a lot of places, I
;; pull a 512-character string out of the buffer and parse it, when I could
;; be parsing it in place, not garbaging a string. Should redo that.
;;
;; o I'd like a command that searches for a string/regexp in every subfile
;; of an archive, where <esc> would leave you in a subfile-edit buffer.
;; (Like the Meta-R command of the Zmacs mail reader.)
;;
;; o Sometimes (but not always) reverting the tar-file buffer does not
;; re-grind the listing, and you are staring at the binary tar data.
;; Typing 'g' again immediately after that will always revert and re-grind
;; it, though. I have no idea why this happens.
;;
;; o Tar-mode interacts poorly with crypt.el and zcat.el because the tar
;; write-file-hook actually writes the file. Instead it should remove the
;; header (and conspire to put it back afterwards) so that other write-file
;; hooks which frob the buffer have a chance to do their dirty work. There
;; might be a problem if the tar write-file-hook does not come *first* on
;; the list.
;;
;; o Block files, sparse files, continuation files, and the various header
;; types aren't editable. Actually I don't know that they work at all.
;; Rationale:
;; Why does tar-mode edit the file itself instead of using tar?
;; That means that you can edit tar files which you don't have room for
;; on your local disk.
;; I don't know about recent features in gnu tar, but old versions of tar
;; can't replace a file in the middle of a tar file with a new version.
;; Tar-mode can. I don't think tar can do things like chmod the subfiles.
;; An implementation which involved unpacking and repacking the file into
;; some scratch directory would be very wasteful, and wouldn't be able to
;; preserve the file owners.
;;; Bugs:
;; - Rename on ././@LongLink files
;; - Revert confirmation displays the raw data temporarily.
;;; Code:
(eval-when-compile (require 'cl))
(defgroup tar nil
"Simple editing of tar files."
:prefix "tar-"
:group 'data)
(defcustom tar-anal-blocksize 20
"The blocksize of tar files written by Emacs, or nil, meaning don't care.
The blocksize of a tar file is not really the size of the blocks; rather, it is
the number of blocks written with one system call. When tarring to a tape,
this is the size of the *tape* blocks, but when writing to a file, it doesn't
matter much. The only noticeable difference is that if a tar file does not
have a blocksize of 20, tar will tell you that; all this really controls is
how many null padding bytes go on the end of the tar file."
:type '(choice integer (const nil))
:group 'tar)
(defcustom tar-update-datestamp nil
"Non-nil means Tar mode should play fast and loose with sub-file datestamps.
If this is true, then editing and saving a tar file entry back into its
tar file will update its datestamp. If false, the datestamp is unchanged.
You may or may not want this - it is good in that you can tell when a file
in a tar archive has been changed, but it is bad for the same reason that
editing a file in the tar archive at all is bad - the changed version of
the file never exists on disk."
:type 'boolean
:group 'tar)
(defcustom tar-mode-show-date nil
"Non-nil means Tar mode should show the date/time of each subfile.
This information is useful, but it takes screen space away from file names."
:type 'boolean
:group 'tar)
(defvar tar-parse-info nil)
(defvar tar-superior-buffer nil)
(defvar tar-superior-descriptor nil)
(defvar tar-subfile-mode nil)
(defvar tar-file-name-coding-system nil)
(put 'tar-superior-buffer 'permanent-local t)
(put 'tar-superior-descriptor 'permanent-local t)
;; The Tar data is made up of bytes and better manipulated as bytes
;; and can be very large, so insert/delete can be costly. The summary we
;; want to display may contain non-ascci chars, of course, so we'd like it
;; to be multibyte. We used to keep both in the same buffer and switch
;; from/to uni/multibyte. But this had several downsides:
;; - set-buffer-multibyte has an O(N^2) worst case that tends to be triggered
;; here, so it gets atrociously slow on large Tar files.
;; - need to widen/narrow the buffer to show/hide the raw data, and need to
;; maintain a tar-header-offset that keeps track of the boundary between
;; the two.
;; - can't use markers because they're not preserved by set-buffer-multibyte.
;; So instead, we now keep the two pieces of data in separate buffers, and
;; use the new buffer-swap-text primitive when we need to change which data
;; is associated with "the" buffer.
(defvar tar-data-buffer nil "Buffer that holds the actual raw tar bytes.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'tar-data-buffer)
(defvar tar-data-swapped nil
"If non-nil, `tar-data-buffer' indeed holds raw tar bytes.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'tar-data-swapped)
(defun tar-data-swapped-p ()
"Return non-nil if the tar-data is in `tar-data-buffer'."
(and (buffer-live-p tar-data-buffer)
;; Sanity check to try and make sure tar-data-swapped tracks the swap
;; state correctly: the raw data is expected to be always larger than
;; the summary.
(progn
(assert (or (= (buffer-size tar-data-buffer) (buffer-size))
(eq tar-data-swapped
(> (buffer-size tar-data-buffer) (buffer-size)))))
tar-data-swapped)))
(defun tar-swap-data ()
"Swap buffer contents between current buffer and `tar-data-buffer'.
Preserve the modified states of the buffers and set `buffer-swapped-with'."
(let ((data-buffer-modified-p (buffer-modified-p tar-data-buffer))
(current-buffer-modified-p (buffer-modified-p)))
(buffer-swap-text tar-data-buffer)
(setq tar-data-swapped (not tar-data-swapped))
(restore-buffer-modified-p data-buffer-modified-p)
(with-current-buffer tar-data-buffer
(restore-buffer-modified-p current-buffer-modified-p))))
;;; down to business.
(defstruct (tar-header
(:constructor nil)
(:type vector)
:named
(:constructor
make-tar-header (data-start name mode uid gid size date checksum
link-type link-name magic uname gname dmaj dmin)))
data-start name mode uid gid size date checksum link-type link-name
magic uname gname dmaj dmin
;; Start of the header can be nil (meaning it's 512 bytes before data-start)
;; or a marker (in case the header uses LongLink thingies).
header-start)
(defconst tar-name-offset 0)
(defconst tar-mode-offset (+ tar-name-offset 100))
(defconst tar-uid-offset (+ tar-mode-offset 8))
(defconst tar-gid-offset (+ tar-uid-offset 8))
(defconst tar-size-offset (+ tar-gid-offset 8))
(defconst tar-time-offset (+ tar-size-offset 12))
(defconst tar-chk-offset (+ tar-time-offset 12))
(defconst tar-linkp-offset (+ tar-chk-offset 8))
(defconst tar-link-offset (+ tar-linkp-offset 1))
;;; GNU-tar specific slots.
(defconst tar-magic-offset (+ tar-link-offset 100))
(defconst tar-uname-offset (+ tar-magic-offset 8))
(defconst tar-gname-offset (+ tar-uname-offset 32))
(defconst tar-dmaj-offset (+ tar-gname-offset 32))
(defconst tar-dmin-offset (+ tar-dmaj-offset 8))
(defconst tar-prefix-offset (+ tar-dmin-offset 8))
(defconst tar-end-offset (+ tar-prefix-offset 155))
(defun tar-roundup-512 (s)
"Round S up to the next multiple of 512."
(ash (ash (+ s 511) -9) 9))
(defun tar-header-block-tokenize (pos coding)
"Return a `tar-header' structure.
This is a list of name, mode, uid, gid, size,
write-date, checksum, link-type, and link-name."
(if (> (+ pos 512) (point-max)) (error "Malformed Tar header"))
(assert (zerop (mod (- pos (point-min)) 512)))
(assert (not enable-multibyte-characters))
(let ((string (buffer-substring pos (setq pos (+ pos 512)))))
(when ;(some 'plusp string) ; <-- oops, massive cycle hog!
(or (not (= 0 (aref string 0))) ; This will do.
(not (= 0 (aref string 101))))
(let* ((name-end tar-mode-offset)
(link-end (1- tar-magic-offset))
(uname-end (1- tar-gname-offset))
(gname-end (1- tar-dmaj-offset))
(link-p (aref string tar-linkp-offset))
(magic-str (substring string tar-magic-offset
;; The magic string is actually 6bytes
;; of magic string plus 2bytes of version
;; which we here ignore.
(- tar-uname-offset 2)))
;; The magic string is "ustar\0" for POSIX format, and
;; "ustar " for GNU Tar's format.
(uname-valid-p (car (member magic-str '("ustar " "ustar\0"))))
name linkname
(nulsexp "[^\000]*\000"))
(when (string-match nulsexp string tar-name-offset)
(setq name-end (min name-end (1- (match-end 0)))))
(when (string-match nulsexp string tar-link-offset)
(setq link-end (min link-end (1- (match-end 0)))))
(when (string-match nulsexp string tar-uname-offset)
(setq uname-end (min uname-end (1- (match-end 0)))))
(when (string-match nulsexp string tar-gname-offset)
(setq gname-end (min gname-end (1- (match-end 0)))))
(setq name (substring string tar-name-offset name-end)
link-p (if (or (= link-p 0) (= link-p ?0))
nil
(- link-p ?0)))
(setq linkname (substring string tar-link-offset link-end))
(when (and (equal uname-valid-p "ustar\0")
(string-match nulsexp string tar-prefix-offset)
(> (match-end 0) (1+ tar-prefix-offset)))
(setq name (concat (substring string tar-prefix-offset
(1- (match-end 0)))
"/" name)))
(if (default-value 'enable-multibyte-characters)
(setq name
(decode-coding-string name coding)
linkname
(decode-coding-string linkname coding)))
(if (and (null link-p) (string-match "/\\'" name))
(setq link-p 5)) ; directory
(if (and (equal name "././@LongLink")
;; Supposedly @LongLink is only used for GNUTAR
;; format (i.e. "ustar ") but some POSIX Tar files
;; (with "ustar\0") have been seen using it as well.
(member magic-str '("ustar " "ustar\0")))
;; This is a GNU Tar long-file-name header.
(let* ((size (tar-parse-octal-integer
string tar-size-offset tar-time-offset))
;; -1 so as to strip the terminating 0 byte.
(name (buffer-substring pos (+ pos size -1)))
(descriptor (tar-header-block-tokenize
(+ pos (tar-roundup-512 size))
coding)))
(cond
((eq link-p (- ?L ?0)) ;GNUTYPE_LONGNAME.
(setf (tar-header-name descriptor) name))
((eq link-p (- ?K ?0)) ;GNUTYPE_LONGLINK.
(setf (tar-header-link-name descriptor) name))
(t
(message "Unrecognized GNU Tar @LongLink format")))
(setf (tar-header-header-start descriptor)
(copy-marker (- pos 512) t))
descriptor)
(make-tar-header
(copy-marker pos nil)
name
(tar-parse-octal-integer string tar-mode-offset tar-uid-offset)
(tar-parse-octal-integer string tar-uid-offset tar-gid-offset)
(tar-parse-octal-integer string tar-gid-offset tar-size-offset)
(tar-parse-octal-integer string tar-size-offset tar-time-offset)
(tar-parse-octal-long-integer string tar-time-offset tar-chk-offset)
(tar-parse-octal-integer string tar-chk-offset tar-linkp-offset)
link-p
linkname
uname-valid-p
(when uname-valid-p
(decode-coding-string
(substring string tar-uname-offset uname-end) coding))
(when uname-valid-p
(decode-coding-string
(substring string tar-gname-offset gname-end) coding))
(tar-parse-octal-integer string tar-dmaj-offset tar-dmin-offset)
(tar-parse-octal-integer string tar-dmin-offset tar-prefix-offset)
))))))
;; Pseudo-field.
(defun tar-header-data-end (descriptor)
(let* ((data-start (tar-header-data-start descriptor))
(link-type (tar-header-link-type descriptor))
(size (tar-header-size descriptor))
(fudge (cond
;; Foo. There's an extra empty block after these.
((memq link-type '(20 55)) 512)
(t 0))))
(+ data-start fudge
(if (and (null link-type) (> size 0))
(tar-roundup-512 size)
0))))
(defun tar-parse-octal-integer (string &optional start end)
(if (null start) (setq start 0))
(if (null end) (setq end (length string)))
(if (= (aref string start) 0)
0
(let ((n 0))
(while (< start end)
(setq n (if (< (aref string start) ?0) n
(+ (* n 8) (- (aref string start) ?0)))
start (1+ start)))
n)))
(defun tar-parse-octal-long-integer (string &optional start end)
(if (null start) (setq start 0))
(if (null end) (setq end (length string)))
(if (= (aref string start) 0)
(list 0 0)
(let ((lo 0)
(hi 0))
(while (< start end)
(if (>= (aref string start) ?0)
(setq lo (+ (* lo 8) (- (aref string start) ?0))
hi (+ (* hi 8) (ash lo -16))
lo (logand lo 65535)))
(setq start (1+ start)))
(list hi lo))))
(defun tar-parse-octal-integer-safe (string)
(if (zerop (length string)) (error "empty string"))
(mapc (lambda (c)
(if (or (< c ?0) (> c ?7))
(error "`%c' is not an octal digit" c)))
string)
(tar-parse-octal-integer string))
(defun tar-header-block-checksum (string)
"Compute and return a tar-acceptable checksum for this block."
(assert (not (multibyte-string-p string)))
(let* ((chk-field-start tar-chk-offset)
(chk-field-end (+ chk-field-start 8))
(sum 0)
(i 0))
;; Add up all of the characters except the ones in the checksum field.
;; Add that field as if it were filled with spaces.
(while (< i chk-field-start)
(setq sum (+ sum (aref string i))
i (1+ i)))
(setq i chk-field-end)
(while (< i 512)
(setq sum (+ sum (aref string i))
i (1+ i)))
(+ sum (* 32 8))))
(defun tar-header-block-check-checksum (hblock desired-checksum file-name)
"Beep and print a warning if the checksum doesn't match."
(if (not (= desired-checksum (tar-header-block-checksum hblock)))
(progn (beep) (message "Invalid checksum for file %s!" file-name))))
(defun tar-clip-time-string (time)
(let ((str (current-time-string time)))
(concat " " (substring str 4 16) (substring str 19 24))))
(defun tar-grind-file-mode (mode)
"Construct a `-rw--r--r--' string indicating MODE.
MODE should be an integer which is a file mode value."
(string
(if (zerop (logand 256 mode)) ?- ?r)
(if (zerop (logand 128 mode)) ?- ?w)
(if (zerop (logand 1024 mode)) (if (zerop (logand 64 mode)) ?- ?x) ?s)
(if (zerop (logand 32 mode)) ?- ?r)
(if (zerop (logand 16 mode)) ?- ?w)
(if (zerop (logand 2048 mode)) (if (zerop (logand 8 mode)) ?- ?x) ?s)
(if (zerop (logand 4 mode)) ?- ?r)
(if (zerop (logand 2 mode)) ?- ?w)
(if (zerop (logand 1 mode)) ?- ?x)))
(defun tar-header-block-summarize (tar-hblock &optional mod-p)
"Return a line similar to the output of `tar -vtf'."
(let ((name (tar-header-name tar-hblock))
(mode (tar-header-mode tar-hblock))
(uid (tar-header-uid tar-hblock))
(gid (tar-header-gid tar-hblock))
(uname (tar-header-uname tar-hblock))
(gname (tar-header-gname tar-hblock))
(size (tar-header-size tar-hblock))
(time (tar-header-date tar-hblock))
;; (ck (tar-header-checksum tar-hblock))
(type (tar-header-link-type tar-hblock))
(link-name (tar-header-link-name tar-hblock)))
(format "%c%c%s %7s/%-7s %7s%s %s%s"
(if mod-p ?* ? )
(cond ((or (eq type nil) (eq type 0)) ?-)
((eq type 1) ?h) ; link
((eq type 2) ?l) ; symlink
((eq type 3) ?c) ; char special
((eq type 4) ?b) ; block special
((eq type 5) ?d) ; directory
((eq type 6) ?p) ; FIFO/pipe
((eq type 20) ?*) ; directory listing
((eq type 28) ?L) ; next has longname
((eq type 29) ?M) ; multivolume continuation
((eq type 35) ?S) ; sparse
((eq type 38) ?V) ; volume header
((eq type 55) ?H) ; extended pax header
(t ?\s)
)
(tar-grind-file-mode mode)
(if (= 0 (length uname)) uid uname)
(if (= 0 (length gname)) gid gname)
size
(if tar-mode-show-date (tar-clip-time-string time) "")
(propertize name
'mouse-face 'highlight
'help-echo "mouse-2: extract this file into a buffer")
(if (or (eq type 1) (eq type 2))
(concat (if (= type 1) " ==> " " --> ") link-name)
""))))
(defun tar-untar-buffer ()
"Extract all archive members in the tar-file into the current directory."
(interactive)
;; FIXME: make it work even if we're not in tar-mode.
(let ((descriptors tar-parse-info)) ;Read the var in its buffer.
(with-current-buffer
(if (tar-data-swapped-p) tar-data-buffer (current-buffer))
(set-buffer-multibyte nil) ;Hopefully, a no-op.
(dolist (descriptor descriptors)
(let* ((name (tar-header-name descriptor))
(dir (if (eq (tar-header-link-type descriptor) 5)
name
(file-name-directory name)))
(start (tar-header-data-start descriptor))
(end (+ start (tar-header-size descriptor))))
(unless (file-directory-p name)
(message "Extracting %s" name)
(if (and dir (not (file-exists-p dir)))
(make-directory dir t))
(unless (file-directory-p name)
(write-region start end name))
(set-file-modes name (tar-header-mode descriptor))))))))
(defun tar-summarize-buffer ()
"Parse the contents of the tar file in the current buffer."
(assert (tar-data-swapped-p))
(let* ((modified (buffer-modified-p))
(result '())
(pos (point-min))
(coding tar-file-name-coding-system)
(progress-reporter
(with-current-buffer tar-data-buffer
(make-progress-reporter "Parsing tar file..."
(point-min) (point-max))))
descriptor)
(with-current-buffer tar-data-buffer
(while (and (< pos (point-max))
(setq descriptor (tar-header-block-tokenize pos coding)))
(let ((size (tar-header-size descriptor)))
(if (< size 0)
(error "%s has size %s - corrupted"
(tar-header-name descriptor) size)))
;;
;; This is just too slow. Don't really need it anyway....
;;(tar-header-block-check-checksum
;; hblock (tar-header-block-checksum hblock)
;; (tar-header-name descriptor))
(push descriptor result)
(setq pos (tar-header-data-end descriptor))
(progress-reporter-update progress-reporter pos)))
(set (make-local-variable 'tar-parse-info) (nreverse result))
;; A tar file should end with a block or two of nulls,
;; but let's not get a fatal error if it doesn't.
(if (null descriptor)
(progress-reporter-done progress-reporter)
(message "Warning: premature EOF parsing tar file"))
(goto-char (point-min))
(let ((inhibit-read-only t)
(total-summaries
(mapconcat 'tar-header-block-summarize tar-parse-info "\n")))
(insert total-summaries "\n"))
(goto-char (point-min))
(restore-buffer-modified-p modified)))
(defvar tar-mode-map
(let ((map (make-keymap)))
(suppress-keymap map)
(define-key map " " 'tar-next-line)
(define-key map "C" 'tar-copy)
(define-key map "d" 'tar-flag-deleted)
(define-key map "\^D" 'tar-flag-deleted)
(define-key map "e" 'tar-extract)
(define-key map "f" 'tar-extract)
(define-key map "\C-m" 'tar-extract)
(define-key map [mouse-2] 'tar-mouse-extract)
(define-key map "g" 'revert-buffer)
(define-key map "h" 'describe-mode)
(define-key map "n" 'tar-next-line)
(define-key map "\^N" 'tar-next-line)
(define-key map [down] 'tar-next-line)
(define-key map "o" 'tar-extract-other-window)
(define-key map "p" 'tar-previous-line)
(define-key map "q" 'quit-window)
(define-key map "\^P" 'tar-previous-line)
(define-key map [up] 'tar-previous-line)
(define-key map "R" 'tar-rename-entry)
(define-key map "u" 'tar-unflag)
(define-key map "v" 'tar-view)
(define-key map "x" 'tar-expunge)
(define-key map "\177" 'tar-unflag-backwards)
(define-key map "E" 'tar-extract-other-window)
(define-key map "M" 'tar-chmod-entry)
(define-key map "G" 'tar-chgrp-entry)
(define-key map "O" 'tar-chown-entry)
;; Let mouse-1 follow the link.
(define-key map [follow-link] 'mouse-face)
;; Make menu bar items.
;; Get rid of the Edit menu bar item to save space.
(define-key map [menu-bar edit] 'undefined)
(define-key map [menu-bar immediate]
(cons "Immediate" (make-sparse-keymap "Immediate")))
(define-key map [menu-bar immediate view]
'("View This File" . tar-view))
(define-key map [menu-bar immediate display]
'("Display in Other Window" . tar-display-other-window))
(define-key map [menu-bar immediate find-file-other-window]
'("Find in Other Window" . tar-extract-other-window))
(define-key map [menu-bar immediate find-file]
'("Find This File" . tar-extract))
(define-key map [menu-bar mark]
(cons "Mark" (make-sparse-keymap "Mark")))
(define-key map [menu-bar mark unmark-all]
'("Unmark All" . tar-clear-modification-flags))
(define-key map [menu-bar mark deletion]
'("Flag" . tar-flag-deleted))
(define-key map [menu-bar mark unmark]
'("Unflag" . tar-unflag))
(define-key map [menu-bar operate]
(cons "Operate" (make-sparse-keymap "Operate")))
(define-key map [menu-bar operate chown]
'("Change Owner..." . tar-chown-entry))
(define-key map [menu-bar operate chgrp]
'("Change Group..." . tar-chgrp-entry))
(define-key map [menu-bar operate chmod]
'("Change Mode..." . tar-chmod-entry))
(define-key map [menu-bar operate rename]
'("Rename to..." . tar-rename-entry))
(define-key map [menu-bar operate copy]
'("Copy to..." . tar-copy))
(define-key map [menu-bar operate expunge]
'("Expunge Marked Files" . tar-expunge))
map)
"Local keymap for Tar mode listings.")
;; tar mode is suitable only for specially formatted data.
(put 'tar-mode 'mode-class 'special)
(put 'tar-subfile-mode 'mode-class 'special)
(defun tar-change-major-mode-hook ()
;; Bring the actual Tar data back into the main buffer.
(when (tar-data-swapped-p) (tar-swap-data))
;; Throw away the summary.
(when (buffer-live-p tar-data-buffer) (kill-buffer tar-data-buffer)))
(defun tar-mode-kill-buffer-hook ()
(if (buffer-live-p tar-data-buffer) (kill-buffer tar-data-buffer)))
;;;###autoload
(define-derived-mode tar-mode nil "Tar"
"Major mode for viewing a tar file as a dired-like listing of its contents.
You can move around using the usual cursor motion commands.
Letters no longer insert themselves.
Type `e' to pull a file out of the tar file and into its own buffer;
or click mouse-2 on the file's line in the Tar mode buffer.
Type `c' to copy an entry from the tar file into another file on disk.
If you edit a sub-file of this archive (as with the `e' command) and
save it with \\[save-buffer], the contents of that buffer will be
saved back into the tar-file buffer; in this way you can edit a file
inside of a tar archive without extracting it and re-archiving it.
See also: variables `tar-update-datestamp' and `tar-anal-blocksize'.
\\{tar-mode-map}"
(make-local-variable 'tar-parse-info)
(set (make-local-variable 'require-final-newline) nil) ; binary data, dude...
(set (make-local-variable 'local-enable-local-variables) nil)
(set (make-local-variable 'next-line-add-newlines) nil)
(set (make-local-variable 'tar-file-name-coding-system)
(or file-name-coding-system
default-file-name-coding-system
locale-coding-system))
;; Prevent loss of data when saving the file.
(set (make-local-variable 'file-precious-flag) t)
(buffer-disable-undo)
(widen)
;; Now move the Tar data into an auxiliary buffer, so we can use the main
;; buffer for the summary.
(assert (not (tar-data-swapped-p)))
(set (make-local-variable 'revert-buffer-function) 'tar-mode-revert)
;; We started using write-contents-functions, but this hook is not
;; used during auto-save, so we now use
;; write-region-annotate-functions which hooks at a lower-level.
(add-hook 'write-region-annotate-functions 'tar-write-region-annotate nil t)
(add-hook 'kill-buffer-hook 'tar-mode-kill-buffer-hook nil t)
(add-hook 'change-major-mode-hook 'tar-change-major-mode-hook nil t)
;; Tar data is made of bytes, not chars.
(set-buffer-multibyte nil) ;Hopefully a no-op.
(set (make-local-variable 'tar-data-buffer)
(generate-new-buffer (format " *tar-data %s*"
(file-name-nondirectory
(or buffer-file-name (buffer-name))))))
(condition-case err
(progn
(tar-swap-data)
(tar-summarize-buffer)
(tar-next-line 0))
(error
;; If summarizing caused an error, then maybe the buffer doesn't contain
;; tar data. Rather than show a mysterious empty buffer, let's
;; revert to fundamental-mode.
(fundamental-mode)
(signal (car err) (cdr err)))))
(defun tar-subfile-mode (p)
"Minor mode for editing an element of a tar-file.
This mode arranges for \"saving\" this buffer to write the data
into the tar-file buffer that it came from. The changes will actually
appear on disk when you save the tar-file's buffer."
(interactive "P")
(or (and (boundp 'tar-superior-buffer) tar-superior-buffer)
(error "This buffer is not an element of a tar file"))
;; Don't do this, because it is redundant and wastes mode line space.
;; (or (assq 'tar-subfile-mode minor-mode-alist)
;; (setq minor-mode-alist (append minor-mode-alist
;; (list '(tar-subfile-mode " TarFile")))))
(make-local-variable 'tar-subfile-mode)
(setq tar-subfile-mode
(if (null p)
(not tar-subfile-mode)
(> (prefix-numeric-value p) 0)))
(cond (tar-subfile-mode
(add-hook 'write-file-functions 'tar-subfile-save-buffer nil t)
;; turn off auto-save.
(auto-save-mode -1)
(setq buffer-auto-save-file-name nil)
(run-hooks 'tar-subfile-mode-hook))
(t
(remove-hook 'write-file-functions 'tar-subfile-save-buffer t))))
;; Revert the buffer and recompute the dired-like listing.
(defun tar-mode-revert (&optional no-auto-save no-confirm)
(unwind-protect
(let ((revert-buffer-function nil))
(if (tar-data-swapped-p) (tar-swap-data))
;; FIXME: If we ask for confirmation, the user will be temporarily
;; looking at the raw data.
(revert-buffer no-auto-save no-confirm 'preserve-modes)
;; Recompute the summary.
(if (buffer-live-p tar-data-buffer) (kill-buffer tar-data-buffer))
(tar-mode))
(unless (tar-data-swapped-p) (tar-swap-data))))
(defun tar-next-line (arg)
"Move cursor vertically down ARG lines and to the start of the filename."
(interactive "p")
(forward-line arg)
(goto-char (or (next-single-property-change (point) 'mouse-face) (point))))
(defun tar-previous-line (arg)
"Move cursor vertically up ARG lines and to the start of the filename."
(interactive "p")
(tar-next-line (- arg)))
(defun tar-current-descriptor (&optional noerror)
"Return the tar-descriptor of the current line, or signals an error."
;; I wish lines had plists, like in ZMACS...
(or (nth (count-lines (point-min) (line-beginning-position))
tar-parse-info)
(if noerror
nil
(error "This line does not describe a tar-file entry"))))
(defun tar-get-descriptor ()
(let* ((descriptor (tar-current-descriptor))
(size (tar-header-size descriptor))
(link-p (tar-header-link-type descriptor)))
(if link-p
(error "This is %s, not a real file"
(cond ((eq link-p 5) "a directory")
((eq link-p 20) "a tar directory header")
((eq link-p 28) "a next has longname")
((eq link-p 29) "a multivolume-continuation")
((eq link-p 35) "a sparse entry")
((eq link-p 38) "a volume header")
((eq link-p 55) "an extended pax header")
(t "a link"))))
(if (zerop size) (message "This is a zero-length file"))
descriptor))
(defun tar-mouse-extract (event)
"Extract a file whose tar directory line you click on."
(interactive "e")
(with-current-buffer (window-buffer (posn-window (event-end event)))
(save-excursion
(goto-char (posn-point (event-end event)))
;; Just make sure this doesn't get an error.
(tar-get-descriptor)))
(select-window (posn-window (event-end event)))
(goto-char (posn-point (event-end event)))
(tar-extract))
(defun tar-file-name-handler (op &rest args)
"Helper function for `tar-extract'."
(or (eq op 'file-exists-p)
(let ((file-name-handler-alist nil))
(apply op args))))
(defun tar-extract (&optional other-window-p)
"In Tar mode, extract this entry of the tar file into its own buffer."
(interactive)
(let* ((view-p (eq other-window-p 'view))
(descriptor (tar-get-descriptor))
(name (tar-header-name descriptor))
(size (tar-header-size descriptor))
(start (tar-header-data-start descriptor))
(end (+ start size)))
(let* ((tar-buffer (current-buffer))
(tarname (buffer-name))
(bufname (concat (file-name-nondirectory name)
" ("
tarname
")"))
(read-only-p (or buffer-read-only view-p))
(new-buffer-file-name (expand-file-name
;; `:' is not allowed on Windows
(concat tarname "!"
(if (string-match "/" name)
name
;; Make sure `name' contains a /
;; so set-auto-mode doesn't try
;; to look at `tarname' for hints.
(concat "./" name)))))
(buffer (get-file-buffer new-buffer-file-name))
(just-created nil)
undo-list)
(unless buffer
(setq buffer (generate-new-buffer bufname))
(with-current-buffer buffer
(setq undo-list buffer-undo-list
buffer-undo-list t))
(setq bufname (buffer-name buffer))
(setq just-created t)
(with-current-buffer tar-data-buffer
(let (coding)
(narrow-to-region start end)
(goto-char start)
(setq coding (or coding-system-for-read
(and set-auto-coding-function
(funcall set-auto-coding-function
name (- end start)))
;; The following binding causes
;; find-buffer-file-type-coding-system
;; (defined on dos-w32.el) to act as if
;; the file being extracted existed, so
;; that the file's contents' encoding and
;; EOL format are auto-detected.
(let ((file-name-handler-alist
'(("" . tar-file-name-handler))))
(car (find-operation-coding-system
'insert-file-contents
(cons name (current-buffer)) t)))))
(if (or (not coding)
(eq (coding-system-type coding) 'undecided))
(setq coding (detect-coding-region start end t)))
(if (and (default-value 'enable-multibyte-characters)
(coding-system-get coding :for-unibyte))
(with-current-buffer buffer
(set-buffer-multibyte nil)))
(widen)
(decode-coding-region start end coding buffer)))
(with-current-buffer buffer
(goto-char (point-min))
(setq buffer-file-name new-buffer-file-name)
(setq buffer-file-truename
(abbreviate-file-name buffer-file-name))
;; Force buffer-file-coding-system to what
;; decode-coding-region actually used.
(set-buffer-file-coding-system last-coding-system-used t)
;; Set the default-directory to the dir of the
;; superior buffer.
(setq default-directory
(with-current-buffer tar-buffer
default-directory))
(rename-buffer bufname)
(set-buffer-modified-p nil)
(setq buffer-undo-list undo-list)
(normal-mode) ; pick a mode.
(set (make-local-variable 'tar-superior-buffer) tar-buffer)
(set (make-local-variable 'tar-superior-descriptor) descriptor)
(setq buffer-read-only read-only-p)
(tar-subfile-mode 1)))
(if view-p
(view-buffer
buffer (and just-created 'kill-buffer-if-not-modified))
(if (eq other-window-p 'display)
(display-buffer buffer)
(if other-window-p
(switch-to-buffer-other-window buffer)
(switch-to-buffer buffer)))))))
(defun tar-extract-other-window ()
"In Tar mode, find this entry of the tar file in another window."
(interactive)
(tar-extract t))
(defun tar-display-other-window ()
"In Tar mode, display this entry of the tar file in another window."
(interactive)
(tar-extract 'display))
(defun tar-view ()
"In Tar mode, view the tar file entry on this line."
(interactive)
(tar-extract 'view))
(defun tar-read-file-name (&optional prompt)
"Read a file name with this line's entry as the default."
(or prompt (setq prompt "Copy to: "))
(let* ((default-file (expand-file-name
(tar-header-name (tar-current-descriptor))))
(target (expand-file-name
(read-file-name prompt
(file-name-directory default-file)
default-file nil))))
(if (or (string= "" (file-name-nondirectory target))
(file-directory-p target))
(setq target (concat (if (string-match "/$" target)
(substring target 0 (1- (match-end 0)))
target)
"/"
(file-name-nondirectory default-file))))
target))
(defun tar-copy (&optional to-file)
"In Tar mode, extract this entry of the tar file into a file on disk.
If TO-FILE is not supplied, it is prompted for, defaulting to the name of
the current tar-entry."
(interactive (list (tar-read-file-name)))
(let* ((descriptor (tar-get-descriptor))
(name (tar-header-name descriptor))
(size (tar-header-size descriptor))
(start (tar-header-data-start descriptor))
(end (+ start size))
(inhibit-file-name-handlers inhibit-file-name-handlers)
(inhibit-file-name-operation inhibit-file-name-operation))
(with-current-buffer
(if (tar-data-swapped-p) tar-data-buffer (current-buffer))
;; Inhibit compressing a subfile again if *both* name and
;; to-file are handled by jka-compr
(if (and (eq (find-file-name-handler name 'write-region)
'jka-compr-handler)
(eq (find-file-name-handler to-file 'write-region)
'jka-compr-handler))
(setq inhibit-file-name-handlers
(cons 'jka-compr-handler
(and (eq inhibit-file-name-operation 'write-region)
inhibit-file-name-handlers))
inhibit-file-name-operation 'write-region))
(let ((coding-system-for-write 'no-conversion))
(write-region start end to-file nil nil nil t)))
(message "Copied tar entry %s to %s" name to-file)))
(defun tar-flag-deleted (p &optional unflag)
"In Tar mode, mark this sub-file to be deleted from the tar file.
With a prefix argument, mark that many files."
(interactive "p")
(beginning-of-line)
(dotimes (i (abs p))
(if (tar-current-descriptor unflag) ; barf if we're not on an entry-line.
(progn
(delete-char 1)
(insert (if unflag " " "D"))))
(forward-line (if (< p 0) -1 1)))
(if (eobp) nil (forward-char 36)))
(defun tar-unflag (p)
"In Tar mode, un-mark this sub-file if it is marked to be deleted.
With a prefix argument, un-mark that many files forward."
(interactive "p")
(tar-flag-deleted p t))
(defun tar-unflag-backwards (p)
"In Tar mode, un-mark this sub-file if it is marked to be deleted.
With a prefix argument, un-mark that many files backward."
(interactive "p")
(tar-flag-deleted (- p) t))
(defun tar-expunge-internal ()
"Expunge the tar-entry specified by the current line."
(let ((descriptor (tar-current-descriptor)))
;;
;; delete the current line...
(delete-region (line-beginning-position) (line-beginning-position 2))
;;
;; delete the data pointer...
(setq tar-parse-info (delq descriptor tar-parse-info))
;;
;; delete the data from inside the file...
(with-current-buffer tar-data-buffer
(delete-region (or (tar-header-header-start descriptor)
(- (tar-header-data-start descriptor) 512))
(tar-header-data-end descriptor)))))
(defun tar-expunge (&optional noconfirm)
"In Tar mode, delete all the archived files flagged for deletion.
This does not modify the disk image; you must save the tar file itself
for this to be permanent."
(interactive)
(if (or noconfirm
(y-or-n-p "Expunge files marked for deletion? "))
(let ((n 0))
(save-excursion
(goto-char (point-min))
(while (not (eobp))
(if (looking-at "D")
(progn (tar-expunge-internal)
(setq n (1+ n)))
(forward-line 1)))
;; after doing the deletions, add any padding that may be necessary.
(tar-pad-to-blocksize))
(if (zerop n)
(message "Nothing to expunge.")
(message "%s files expunged. Be sure to save this buffer." n)))))
(defun tar-clear-modification-flags ()
"Remove the stars at the beginning of each line."
(interactive)
(save-excursion
(goto-char (point-min))
(while (not (eobp))
(if (not (eq (following-char) ?\s))
(progn (delete-char 1) (insert " ")))
(forward-line 1))))
(defun tar-chown-entry (new-uid)
"Change the user-id associated with this entry in the tar file.
If this tar file was written by GNU tar, then you will be able to edit
the user id as a string; otherwise, you must edit it as a number.
You can force editing as a number by calling this with a prefix arg.
This does not modify the disk image; you must save the tar file itself
for this to be permanent."
(interactive
(list
(let ((descriptor (tar-current-descriptor)))
(if (or current-prefix-arg
(not (tar-header-magic descriptor)))
(read-number
"New UID number: "
(format "%s" (tar-header-uid descriptor)))
(read-string "New UID string: " (tar-header-uname descriptor))))))
(cond ((stringp new-uid)
(setf (tar-header-uname (tar-current-descriptor)) new-uid)
(tar-alter-one-field tar-uname-offset
(concat (encode-coding-string
new-uid tar-file-name-coding-system)
"\000")))
(t
(setf (tar-header-uid (tar-current-descriptor)) new-uid)
(tar-alter-one-field tar-uid-offset
(concat (substring (format "%6o" new-uid) 0 6) "\000 ")))))
(defun tar-chgrp-entry (new-gid)
"Change the group-id associated with this entry in the tar file.
If this tar file was written by GNU tar, then you will be able to edit
the group id as a string; otherwise, you must edit it as a number.
You can force editing as a number by calling this with a prefix arg.
This does not modify the disk image; you must save the tar file itself
for this to be permanent."
(interactive
(list
(let ((descriptor (tar-current-descriptor)))
(if (or current-prefix-arg
(not (tar-header-magic descriptor)))
(read-number
"New GID number: "
(format "%s" (tar-header-gid descriptor)))
(read-string "New GID string: " (tar-header-gname descriptor))))))
(cond ((stringp new-gid)
(setf (tar-header-gname (tar-current-descriptor)) new-gid)
(tar-alter-one-field tar-gname-offset
(concat (encode-coding-string
new-gid tar-file-name-coding-system)
"\000")))
(t
(setf (tar-header-gid (tar-current-descriptor)) new-gid)
(tar-alter-one-field tar-gid-offset
(concat (substring (format "%6o" new-gid) 0 6) "\000 ")))))
(defun tar-rename-entry (new-name)
"Change the name associated with this entry in the tar file.
This does not modify the disk image; you must save the tar file itself
for this to be permanent."
(interactive
(list (read-string "New name: "
(tar-header-name (tar-current-descriptor)))))
(if (string= "" new-name) (error "zero length name"))
(let ((encoded-new-name (encode-coding-string new-name
tar-file-name-coding-system))
(descriptor (tar-current-descriptor))
(prefix nil))
(when (tar-header-header-start descriptor)
;; FIXME: Make it work for ././@LongLink.
(error "Rename with @LongLink format is not implemented"))
(when (and (> (length encoded-new-name) 98)
(string-match "/" encoded-new-name
(- (length encoded-new-name) 99))
(< (match-beginning 0) 155))
(unless (equal (tar-header-magic descriptor) "ustar\0")
(tar-alter-one-field tar-magic-offset (concat "ustar\0" "00")))
(setq prefix (substring encoded-new-name 0 (match-beginning 0)))
(setq encoded-new-name (substring encoded-new-name (match-end 0))))
(if (> (length encoded-new-name) 98) (error "name too long"))
(setf (tar-header-name descriptor) new-name)
(tar-alter-one-field 0
(substring (concat encoded-new-name (make-string 99 0)) 0 99))
(if prefix
(tar-alter-one-field tar-prefix-offset
(substring (concat prefix (make-string 155 0)) 0 155)))))
(defun tar-chmod-entry (new-mode)
"Change the protection bits associated with this entry in the tar file.
This does not modify the disk image; you must save the tar file itself
for this to be permanent."
(interactive (list (tar-parse-octal-integer-safe
(read-string "New protection (octal): "))))
(setf (tar-header-mode (tar-current-descriptor)) new-mode)
(tar-alter-one-field tar-mode-offset
(concat (substring (format "%6o" new-mode) 0 6) "\000 ")))
(defun tar-alter-one-field (data-position new-data-string &optional descriptor)
(unless descriptor (setq descriptor (tar-current-descriptor)))
;;
;; update the header-line.
(let ((col (current-column)))
(delete-region (line-beginning-position)
(prog2 (forward-line 1)
(point)
;; Insert the new text after the old, before deleting,
;; to preserve markers such as the window start.
(insert (tar-header-block-summarize descriptor) "\n")))
(forward-line -1) (move-to-column col))
(assert (tar-data-swapped-p))
(with-current-buffer tar-data-buffer
(let* ((start (- (tar-header-data-start descriptor) 512)))
;;
;; delete the old field and insert a new one.
(goto-char (+ start data-position))
(delete-region (point) (+ (point) (length new-data-string))) ; <--
(assert (not (or enable-multibyte-characters
(multibyte-string-p new-data-string))))
(insert new-data-string)
;;
;; compute a new checksum and insert it.
(let ((chk (tar-header-block-checksum
(buffer-substring start (+ start 512)))))
(goto-char (+ start tar-chk-offset))
(delete-region (point) (+ (point) 8))
(insert (format "%6o\0 " chk))
(setf (tar-header-checksum descriptor) chk)
;;
;; ok, make sure we didn't botch it.
(tar-header-block-check-checksum
(buffer-substring start (+ start 512))
chk (tar-header-name descriptor))
))))
(defun tar-octal-time (timeval)
;; Format a timestamp as 11 octal digits. Ghod, I hope this works...
(let ((hibits (car timeval)) (lobits (car (cdr timeval))))
(format "%05o%01o%05o"
(lsh hibits -2)
(logior (lsh (logand 3 hibits) 1)
(if (> (logand lobits 32768) 0) 1 0))
(logand 32767 lobits)
)))
(defun tar-subfile-save-buffer ()
"In tar subfile mode, save this buffer into its parent tar-file buffer.
This doesn't write anything to disk; you must save the parent tar-file buffer
to make your changes permanent."
(interactive)
(if (not (and (boundp 'tar-superior-buffer) tar-superior-buffer))
(error "This buffer has no superior tar file buffer"))
(if (not (and (boundp 'tar-superior-descriptor) tar-superior-descriptor))
(error "This buffer doesn't have an index into its superior tar file!"))
(let ((subfile (current-buffer))
(coding buffer-file-coding-system)
(descriptor tar-superior-descriptor)
subfile-size)
(with-current-buffer tar-superior-buffer
(let* ((start (tar-header-data-start descriptor))
(name (tar-header-name descriptor))
(size (tar-header-size descriptor))
(head (memq descriptor tar-parse-info)))
(if (not head)
(error "Can't find this tar file entry in its parent tar file!"))
(with-current-buffer tar-data-buffer
;; delete the old data...
(let* ((data-start start)
(data-end (+ data-start (tar-roundup-512 size))))
(narrow-to-region data-start data-end)
(delete-region (point-min) (point-max))
;; insert the new data...
(goto-char data-start)
(let ((dest (current-buffer)))
(with-current-buffer subfile
(save-restriction
(widen)
(encode-coding-region (point-min) (point-max) coding dest))))
(setq subfile-size (- (point-max) (point-min)))
;;
;; pad the new data out to a multiple of 512...
(let ((subfile-size-pad (tar-roundup-512 subfile-size)))
(goto-char (point-max))
(insert (make-string (- subfile-size-pad subfile-size) 0))
;;
;; update the data of this files...
(setf (tar-header-size descriptor) subfile-size)
;;
;; Update the size field in the header block.
(widen))))
;;
;; alter the descriptor-line and header
;;
(let ((position (- (length tar-parse-info) (length head))))
(goto-char (point-min))
(forward-line position)
(tar-alter-one-field tar-size-offset (format "%11o " subfile-size))
;;
;; Maybe update the datestamp.
(when tar-update-datestamp
(tar-alter-one-field tar-time-offset
(concat (tar-octal-time (current-time)) " "))))
;; After doing the insertion, add any necessary final padding.
(tar-pad-to-blocksize))
(set-buffer-modified-p t) ; mark the tar file as modified
(tar-next-line 0))
(set-buffer-modified-p nil) ; mark the tar subfile as unmodified
(message "Saved into tar-buffer `%s'. Be sure to save that buffer!"
(buffer-name tar-superior-buffer))
;; Prevent basic-save-buffer from changing our coding-system.
(setq last-coding-system-used buffer-file-coding-system)
;; Prevent ordinary saving from happening.
t))
;; When this function is called, it is sure that the buffer is unibyte.
(defun tar-pad-to-blocksize ()
"If we are being anal about tar file blocksizes, fix up the current buffer.
Leaves the region wide."
(if (null tar-anal-blocksize)
nil
(let* ((last-desc (nth (1- (length tar-parse-info)) tar-parse-info))
(start (tar-header-data-start last-desc))
(link-p (tar-header-link-type last-desc))
(size (if link-p 0 (tar-header-size last-desc)))
(data-end (+ start size))
(bbytes (ash tar-anal-blocksize 9))
(pad-to (+ bbytes (* bbytes (/ (- data-end (point-min)) bbytes)))))
;; If the padding after the last data is too long, delete some;
;; else insert some until we are padded out to the right number of blocks.
;;
(with-current-buffer tar-data-buffer
(let ((goal-end (+ (point-min) pad-to)))
(if (> (point-max) goal-end)
(delete-region goal-end (point-max))
(goto-char (point-max))
(insert (make-string (- goal-end (point-max)) ?\0))))))))
;; Used in write-region-annotate-functions to write tar-files out correctly.
(defun tar-write-region-annotate (start end)
;; When called from write-file (and auto-save), `start' is nil.
;; When called from M-x write-region, we assume the user wants to save
;; (part of) the summary, not the tar data.
(unless (or start (not (tar-data-swapped-p)))
(tar-clear-modification-flags)
(set-buffer tar-data-buffer)
nil))
(provide 'tar-mode)
;; arch-tag: 8a585a4a-340e-42c2-89e7-d3b1013a4b78
;;; tar-mode.el ends here