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/* $XConsortium: misc.c,v 1.31 94/12/16 21:36:53 gildea Exp $ */
/* $XdotOrg: xc/programs/xman/misc.c,v 1.6 2004/09/02 08:40:33 kem Exp $ */
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/* $XFree86: xc/programs/xman/misc.c,v 1.10 2003/08/02 17:35:48 herrb Exp $ */

/*
 * xman - X window system manual page display program.
 * Author:    Chris D. Peterson, MIT Project Athena
 * Created:   October 27, 1987
 */

#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
# include "config.h"
#endif

#include "globals.h"
#include "vendor.h"
#include <X11/Xos.h>          /* sys/types.h and unistd.h included in here */
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <X11/Xaw/Dialog.h>
#include <X11/Shell.h>

static FILE * Uncompress(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * filename);
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
static Boolean UncompressNamed(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * filename,
                         char * output);
static Boolean UncompressUnformatted(ManpageGlobals * man_globals,
                             char * entry, char * filename);
#else
static Boolean UncompressNamed(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * filename,
                         char * output, FILE ** output_fd);
static Boolean UncompressUnformatted(ManpageGlobals * man_globals,
                             char * entry, char * filename,
                             FILE **file);
#endif
#ifdef HANDLE_ROFFSEQ
static Boolean ConstructCommand(char * cmdbuf, char * path, char * filename, char * tempfile);
#endif

#if defined(ISC) || defined(__SCO__) || defined(__UNIXWARE__)
static char *uncompress_format = NULL;
static char *uncompress_formats[] =
      {  UNCOMPRESS_FORMAT_1,
         UNCOMPRESS_FORMAT_2,
         UNCOMPRESS_FORMAT_3
      };
#endif

/*    Function Name: PopupWarning
 *    Description: This function pops upa warning message.
 *    Arguments: string - the specific warning string.
 *    Returns: none
 */

extern Widget top;
static Widget warnShell, warnDialog;

static void
PopdownWarning(Widget w, XtPointer client, XtPointer call)
{
  XtPopdown((Widget)client);
}

void
PopupWarning(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * string)
{
  int n;
  Arg wargs[3];
  Dimension topX, topY;
  char buffer[BUFSIZ];
  Boolean hasPosition;

  snprintf( buffer, sizeof(buffer), "Xman Warning: %s", string);
  hasPosition = FALSE;
  if (top)
  {
    n=0;
    XtSetArg(wargs[n], XtNx, &topX); n++;
    XtSetArg(wargs[n], XtNy, &topY); n++;
    XtGetValues(top, wargs, n);
    hasPosition = TRUE;
  }

  if (man_globals != NULL)
    ChangeLabel(man_globals->label, buffer);
  if (man_globals->label == NULL) {
    n=0;
    if (hasPosition)
    {
      XtSetArg(wargs[n], XtNx, topX); n++;
      XtSetArg(wargs[n], XtNy, topY); n++;
    }
    XtSetArg(wargs[n], XtNtransientFor, top); n++;
    warnShell = XtCreatePopupShell("warnShell", transientShellWidgetClass,
                           initial_widget, wargs, n);
    XtSetArg(wargs[0], XtNlabel, buffer);
    warnDialog = XtCreateManagedWidget("warnDialog", dialogWidgetClass,
                               warnShell, wargs, 1);
    XawDialogAddButton(warnDialog, "dismiss", PopdownWarning,
                   (XtPointer)warnShell);
    XtRealizeWidget(warnShell);
    Popup(warnShell, XtGrabNone);
  }
}

/*    Function Name: PrintError
 *    Description: This Function prints an error message and exits.
 *    Arguments: string - the specific message.
 *    Returns: none. - exits tho.
 */

void
PrintError(char * string)
{
  fprintf(stderr,"Xman Error: %s\n",string);
  exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
}

/*    Function Name: OpenFile
 *    Description: Assignes a file to the manpage.
 *    Arguments: man_globals - global structure.
 *                 file        - the file pointer.
 *    Returns: none
 */

void
OpenFile(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, FILE * file)
{
  Arg arglist[1];
  Cardinal num_args = 0;
  
  if (man_globals->curr_file) {
#if 0 /* Ownership rules need to be fixed first */
    fclose(man_globals->curr_file);
#endif
  }
  man_globals->curr_file = file;

  XtSetArg(arglist[num_args], XtNfile, man_globals->curr_file); num_args++;
  XtSetValues(man_globals->manpagewidgets.manpage, arglist, num_args);
}


/*    Function Name: FindManualFile
 *    Description: Opens the manual page file given the entry information.
 *    Arguments: man_globals - the globals info for this manpage.
 *                 section_num - section number of the man page.
 *                 entry_num   - entry number of the man page.
 *    Returns: fp - the file pointer
 *
 * NOTES:
 *
 * If there is a uncompressed section it will look there for uncompresed
 * manual pages first and then for individually compressed file in the
 * uncompressed section.
 *
 * If there is a compressed directory then it will also look there for
 * the manual pages.
 *
 * If both of these fail then it will attempt to format the manual page.
 */

FILE *
FindManualFile(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, int section_num, int entry_num)
{
  FILE * file;
  char path[BUFSIZ], page[BUFSIZ], section[BUFSIZ], *temp;
  char filename[BUFSIZ];
  char * entry = manual[section_num].entries[entry_num];
  int len_cat = strlen(CAT);
#if defined(ISC) || defined(__SCO__) || defined(__UNIXWARE__)
  int i;
#endif

  temp = CreateManpageName(entry, 0, 0);
  snprintf(man_globals->manpage_title, sizeof(man_globals->manpage_title),
    "The current manual page is: %s.", temp);
  XtFree(temp);

  ParseEntry(entry, path, section, page);

/*
 * Look for uncompressed files first.
 */
#if defined(__OpenBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD__)
  /* look in machine subdir first */
  snprintf(filename, sizeof(filename), "%s/%s%s/%s/%s", path, CAT,
        section + len_cat, MACHINE, page);
  if ( (file = fopen(filename,"r")) != NULL)
    return(file);
#endif

  snprintf(filename, sizeof(filename), "%s/%s%s/%s", 
    path, CAT, section + len_cat, page);
  if ( (file = fopen(filename,"r")) != NULL)
    return(file);

/*
 * Then for compressed files in an uncompressed directory.
 */

#if !defined(ISC) && !defined(__UNIXWARE__)
#if defined(__OpenBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD__)
  /* look in machine subdir first */
  snprintf(filename, sizeof(filename), "%s/%s%s/%s/%s.%s", path, CAT,
        section + len_cat, MACHINE, page, COMPRESSION_EXTENSION);
  if ( (file = Uncompress(man_globals, filename)) != NULL)
    return(file);
#endif
  snprintf(filename, sizeof(filename), "%s/%s%s/%s.%s", path, CAT,
        section + len_cat, page, COMPRESSION_EXTENSION);
  if ( (file = Uncompress(man_globals, filename)) != NULL)
    return(file);
#ifdef GZIP_EXTENSION
  else {
#if defined(__OpenBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD__)
      /* look in machine subdir first */
      snprintf(filename, sizeof(filename), "%s/%s%s/%s/%s.%s", path, CAT,
            section + len_cat, MACHINE, page, GZIP_EXTENSION);
      if ( (file = Uncompress(man_globals, filename)) != NULL)
        return(file);
#endif
    snprintf(filename, sizeof(filename), "%s/%s%s/%s.%s", path, CAT,
          section + len_cat, page, GZIP_EXTENSION);
    if ( (file = Uncompress(man_globals, filename)) != NULL)
      return(file);
  }
#endif
#else
  for(i = 0; i < strlen(COMPRESSION_EXTENSIONS); i++) {
      snprintf(filename, sizeof(filename), "%s/%s%s/%s.%c", path, CAT,
            section + len_cat, page, COMPRESSION_EXTENSIONS[i]);
      uncompress_format = uncompress_formats[i];
#ifdef DEBUG
      printf("Trying .%c ...\n", COMPRESSION_EXTENSIONS[i]);
#endif
      if ( (file = Uncompress(man_globals, filename)) != NULL)
      return(file);
  }
#endif

/*
 * And lastly files in a compressed directory.
 *
 * The directory is not actually compressed it is just named man#.Z
 * and all files in it are compressed without the .Z extension.
 * HP does it this way (really :-).
 */

  snprintf(filename, sizeof(filename), "%s/%s%s.%s/%s", path, CAT, 
         section + len_cat, COMPRESSION_EXTENSION, page);
  if ( (file = Uncompress(man_globals, filename)) != NULL)
    return(file);
/*
 * We did not find any preformatted manual pages, try to format it.
 */

  return(Format(man_globals, entry));
}

/*    Function Namecompress
 *    Description: This function will attempt to find a compressed man
 *                   page and uncompress it.
 *    Arguments: man_globals - the psuedo global info.
 *                 filename - name of file to uncompress.
 *    Returns:; a pointer to the file or NULL.
 */

static FILE *
Uncompress(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * filename)
{
  char tmp_file[BUFSIZ], error_buf[BUFSIZ];
  FILE * file;

#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  if ( !UncompressNamed(man_globals, filename, tmp_file) )
    return(NULL);

  else if ((file = fopen(tmp_file, "r")) == NULL) {
      sprintf(error_buf, "Something went wrong in retrieving the %s",
            "uncompressed manual page try cleaning up /tmp.");
      PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
  }
#else
  if (!UncompressNamed(man_globals, filename, tmp_file, &file)) {
      sprintf(error_buf, "Something went wrong in retrieving the %s",
            "uncompressed manual page try cleaning up /tmp.");
      PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
      return(NULL);
  }
#endif

  unlink(tmp_file);           /* remove name in tree, it will remain
                           until we close the fd, however. */
  return(file);
}

/*    Function Name: UncompressNamed
 *    Description: This function will attempt to find a compressed man
 *                   page and uncompress it.
 *    Arguments: man_globals - the psuedo global info.
 *                 filename - name of file to uncompress.
 * RETURNED        output - the file name output (must be an allocated string).
 *    Returns:; TRUE if the file was found.
 */

#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
static Boolean
UncompressNamed(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * filename, char * output)
#else
static Boolean
UncompressNamed(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * filename, char * output,
            FILE ** output_fd)
#endif
{
  char tmp[BUFSIZ], cmdbuf[BUFSIZ], error_buf[BUFSIZ];
  struct stat junk;
#ifdef HAS_MKSTEMP
  int fd;
#endif

  if (stat(filename, &junk) != 0) { /* Check for existance of the file. */
    if (errno != ENOENT) {
      snprintf(error_buf, sizeof(error_buf),
             "Error while stating file %s, errno = %d", filename, errno);
      PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
    }
    return(FALSE);
  }

/*
 * Using stdin is necessary to fool zcat since we cannot guarentee
 * the .Z extension.
 */

  strcpy(tmp, MANTEMP);       /* get a temp file. */
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  (void) mktemp(tmp);
#else
  fd = mkstemp(tmp);
  if (fd < 0) {
      PopupWarning(man_globals, "Error creating a temp file");
      return FALSE;
  }
  *output_fd = fdopen(fd, "r");
#endif
  strcpy(output, tmp);

#ifdef GZIP_EXTENSION
  if (streq(filename + strlen(filename) - strlen(GZIP_EXTENSION),
          GZIP_EXTENSION))
    snprintf(cmdbuf, sizeof(cmdbuf), GUNZIP_FORMAT, filename, output);
  else
#endif
  snprintf(cmdbuf, sizeof(cmdbuf), UNCOMPRESS_FORMAT, filename, output);
  if(system(cmdbuf) == 0)     /* execute search. */
    return(TRUE);

  snprintf(error_buf, sizeof(error_buf),
         "Error while uncompressing, command was: %s", cmdbuf);
  PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
  return(FALSE);
}

#if defined(SMAN) && defined(SFORMAT)
/*    Function Name: SgmlToRoffNamed
 *    Description: This function will attempt to find an SGML man
 *                   page and convert it to roff format.
 *    Arguments: man_globals - the psuedo global info.
 *                 filename - name of file to uncompress.
 * RETURNED        output - the file name output (must be an allocated string).
 *    Returns:; TRUE if the file was found.
 */

#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
static Boolean
SgmlToRoffNamed(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * filename, char * output)
#else
static Boolean
SgmlToRoffNamed(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * filename, char * output,
            FILE ** output_fd)
#endif
{
  char tmp[BUFSIZ], cmdbuf[BUFSIZ], error_buf[BUFSIZ];
  struct stat junk;
#ifdef HAS_MKSTEMP
  int fd;
#endif

  if (stat(filename, &junk) != 0) { /* Check for existance of the file. */
    if (errno != ENOENT) {
      snprintf(error_buf, sizeof(error_buf),
             "Error while stating file %s, errno = %d", filename, errno);
      PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
    }
    return(FALSE);
  }

  strcpy(tmp, MANTEMP);       /* get a temp file. */
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  (void) mktemp(tmp);
#else
  fd = mkstemp(tmp);
  if (fd < 0) {
      PopupWarning(man_globals, "Error creating a temp file");
      return FALSE;
  }
  *output_fd = fdopen(fd, "r");
#endif
  strcpy(output, tmp);

  snprintf(cmdbuf, sizeof(cmdbuf), "%s %s > %s", SFORMAT, filename, output);
  if(system(cmdbuf) == 0)     /* execute search. */
    return(TRUE);

  snprintf(error_buf, sizeof(error_buf),
         "Error while converting from sgml, command was: %s", cmdbuf);
  PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
  return(FALSE);
}
#endif /* defined (SMAN) && defined(SFORMAT) */

/*    Function Name: Format
 *    Description: This funtion formats the manual pages and interfaces
 *                   with the user.
 *    Arguments: man_globals - the psuedo globals
 *                 file - the file pointer to use and return
 *                 entry - the current entry struct.
 *                 current_box - The current directory being displayed.
 *    Returns: none.
 */

/* ARGSUSED */

FILE *
Format(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * entry)
{
  FILE * file = NULL;
#ifdef HAS_MKSTEMP
  int fd;
#endif
  Widget manpage = man_globals->manpagewidgets.manpage;
  char cmdbuf[BUFSIZ], tmp[BUFSIZ], filename[BUFSIZ], error_buf[BUFSIZ];
  char path[BUFSIZ], sect[BUFSIZ];
  XEvent event;
  Position x,y;               /* location to pop up the
                           "would you like to save" widget. */

#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  if ( !UncompressUnformatted(man_globals, entry, filename) ) {
#else
  if ( !UncompressUnformatted(man_globals, entry, filename, &file) ) {
#endif
    /* We Really could not find it, this should never happen, yea right. */
    snprintf(error_buf, sizeof(error_buf),
           "Could not open manual page, %s", entry);
    PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
    XtPopdown( XtParent(man_globals->standby) );
    return(NULL);
  }

#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  if ((file = fopen(filename, "r")) != NULL) {
#else
  if (file != NULL) {
#endif
    char line[BUFSIZ];

    if (fgets(line, sizeof(line), file) != NULL) {
      if (strncmp(line, ".so ", 4) == 0) {
        line[strlen(line) - 1] = '\0';
        fclose(file);
        unlink(filename);
        if (line[4] != '/') {
          char *ptr = NULL;

          strcpy(tmp, entry);
          if ((ptr = rindex(tmp, '/')) != NULL) {
            *ptr = '\0';
            if ((ptr = rindex(tmp, '/')) != NULL)
            ptr[1] = '\0';
          }
        }
        else
          *tmp = '\0';
        snprintf(filename, sizeof(filename), "%s%s", tmp, line + 4);

        return (Format(man_globals, filename));
      }
    }
    fclose(file);
  }

  Popup(XtParent(man_globals->standby), XtGrabExclusive);
  while ( !XCheckTypedWindowEvent(XtDisplay(man_globals->standby),
                          XtWindow(man_globals->standby),
                          Expose, &event) );
  XtDispatchEvent( &event );
  XFlush(XtDisplay(man_globals->standby));

  strcpy(tmp,MANTEMP);                  /* Get a temp file. */
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  (void) mktemp(tmp);
#else
  fd = mkstemp(tmp);
  file = fdopen(fd, "r");
#endif
  strcpy(man_globals->tempfile, tmp);

  ParseEntry(entry, path, sect, NULL);

#ifndef HANDLE_ROFFSEQ
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  snprintf(cmdbuf, sizeof(cmdbuf), "cd %s ; %s %s %s > %s %s", path, TBL,
        filename, FORMAT, man_globals->tempfile, "2> /dev/null");
#else
  snprintf(cmdbuf, sizeof(cmdbuf), "cd %s ; %s %s %s >> %s %s", path, TBL,
        filename, FORMAT, man_globals->tempfile, "2> /dev/null");
#endif
#else
  /* Handle more flexible way of specifying the formatting pipeline */
  if (! ConstructCommand(cmdbuf, path, filename, man_globals->tempfile)) {
     sprintf(error_buf, "Constructed command was too long!");
     PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
     file = NULL;
  }
  else
#endif /* HANDLE_ROFFSEQ */

  if(system(cmdbuf) != 0) {   /* execute search. */
    snprintf(error_buf, sizeof(error_buf),
          "Something went wrong trying to run the command: %s", cmdbuf);
    PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
    file = NULL;
  }
  else {
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
    if ((file = fopen(man_globals->tempfile,"r")) == NULL) {
      sprintf(error_buf, "Something went wrong in retrieving the %s",
            "temp file, try cleaning up /tmp");
      PopupWarning(man_globals, error_buf);
    }
    else {
#endif

      XtPopdown( XtParent(man_globals->standby) );

      if ( (man_globals->save == NULL) ||
         (man_globals->manpagewidgets.manpage == NULL) )
      unlink(man_globals->tempfile);
      else {
      char * ptr, catdir[BUFSIZ];

      /*
       * If the catdir is writeable then ask the user if he/she wants to
       * write the man page to it.
       */

      strcpy(catdir, man_globals->save_file);
      if ( (ptr = rindex(catdir, '/')) != NULL) {
        *ptr = '\0';

        if ( access(catdir, W_OK) != 0 )
          unlink(man_globals->tempfile);
        else {
          x = (Position) Width(man_globals->manpagewidgets.manpage)/2;
          y = (Position) Height(man_globals->manpagewidgets.manpage)/2;
          XtTranslateCoords(manpage, x, y, &x, &y);
          PositionCenter( man_globals->save, (int) x, (int) y, 0, 0, 0, 0);
          XtPopup( man_globals->save, XtGrabExclusive);
        }
      }
      else
        unlink(man_globals->tempfile);
      }
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
    }
#endif
  }

 /*
  * If the original was compressed or in another format, delete temporary file.
  */
  if (man_globals->deletetempfile) 
    unlink(filename);

  return(file);
}

#ifdef HANDLE_ROFFSEQ
/*      Function Name: ConstructCommand
 *      Description: Constructs the pipeline of commands necessary to format
 *                   a manual page.
 *      Arguments: cmdbuf - the buffer into which to write the command
 *                 path - the directory in which the original man page resides
 *                 filename - the (uncompressed) manpage source file
 *                 tempfile - the name of a temporary file to direct the final
 *                  output of the pipeline into
 *      Returns: TRUE if the command fit into the buffer, FALSE if it would
 *               be too long (more than BUFSIZ characters)
 */
static Boolean
ConstructCommand(cmdbuf, path, filename, tempfile)
   char *cmdbuf, *path, *filename, *tempfile;
{
   /* The original code did the following to produce a command line:
    *   sprintf(cmdbuf,"cd %s ; %s %s %s > %s %s", path, TBL,
    *      filename, FORMAT, man_globals->tempfile, "2> /dev/null");
    * We are more flexible and follow more or less the algorithm used
    * by the Linux man command:
    *  + Obtain a string of letters from the following sources in order
    *    of preference:
    *    + a command line option (not implemented in xman; it's probably not
    *      useful)
    *    + the first line of the manpage source, if it is of the form:
    *      '\" <string>
    *    + the MANROFFSEQ environment variable
    *    + a default string; this is "".
    *  + Interpret the string as a pipeline of filters:
    *    + e = eqn   g = grap   p = pic   t = tbl   v = vgrind   r = refer
    *  + zsoelim is always run as the first preprocessor in any case.
    *
    * Strictly speaking we should save a catpage iff the string comes
    * from the file or is the default.
    *
    * You'll notice that we format a man page into ASCII text output and then
    * attempt to interpret things like L^HL as bold and so forth. This
    * is so obviously the Wrong Thing it's untrue.
    */
   char *c = cmdbuf;           /* current posn in buffer */
   int left = BUFSIZ;          /* space left in buffer */
   int used;
   char *fmt;
   FILE *file;
   char fmtbuf[128];
   int gotfmt = 0;             /* set to 1 if we got a directive from source */
   char *fname = NULL;
#ifdef __UNIXOS2__
   int i;
#endif

   fmt = NULL;
   /* If you have a command line option that gives a setting for fmt,
      set it here. */

   if (!fmt) {
      /* This is the tricky bit: extract a format string from the source file
       * Annoyingly, filename might be relative or absolute. We cheat and
       * use system to get the thing to a known absoute filename.
       */
      if (filename[0] == '/') {
         fname = filename;
      } else {
         fname = malloc(strlen(path) + 1 + strlen(filename) + 1);
         if (!fname)
            return FALSE;
         sprintf(fname, "%s/%s", path, filename);
      }
      if ((file = fopen(fname, "r")) &&
          (fgets(fmtbuf, sizeof(fmtbuf), file)) &&
          (!memcmp(fmtbuf, "'\\\" ", 4))) {
                              /* that's squote-backslash-dquote-space */
         int len;
         fmt = fmtbuf + 3;
         len = strlen(fmt);
         if (len && (fmt[len-1] == '\n')) {
            fmt[len-1] = 0;
            gotfmt++;
         }
      }
      if (fname && fname != filename)
         free(fname);
      if (!gotfmt)                                /* not there or some error */
      {
         fmt = getenv("MANROFFSEQ");
      }
   }

   if (!fmt)
   {
      fmt = DEFAULT_MANROFFSEQ;
   }


   /* Start with the first fixed part of the command line */
#ifdef __UNIXOS2__
   for (i = 0; i < strlen(path); i++) {
     if (path[i] == '/')
       path[i] = '\\';
   }
   used = snprintf(c, left, "cd %s & %s %s ", path, ZSOELIM, filename);
#else
   used = snprintf(c, left, "cd %s; %s %s ", path, ZSOELIM, filename);
#endif
   left -= used;
   c += used;
   if (left <= 1)
      return (FALSE);

   /* Now add preprocessors of the form '| processor' */
   for ( ; *fmt; fmt++)
   {
      char *filter;
      switch (*fmt)
      {
         case 'e':
            filter = EQN;
            break;
         case 'g':
            filter = GRAP;
            break;
         case 'p':
            filter = PIC;
            break;
         case 't':
            filter = TBL;
            break;
         case 'v':
            filter = VGRIND;
            break;
         case 'r':
            filter = REFER;
            break;
         default:
            filter = NULL;
            break;
      }
      if (filter)
      {
         used = snprintf(c, left, " | %s ", filter);
         left -= used;
         c += used;
         if (left <= 1)
            return (FALSE);
      }
   }

   /* Now add the fixed trailing part 'formatprog > tempfile 2> /dev/null' */
#ifdef __UNIXOS2__
   used = snprintf(c, left, " | %s > %s 2>NUL", FORMAT, tempfile);
#else
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
   used = snprintf(c, left, " | %s > %s 2>/dev/null", FORMAT, tempfile);
#else
   used = snprintf(c, left, " | %s >> %s 2>/dev/null", FORMAT, tempfile);
#endif
#endif /* __UNIXOS2__ */
   left -= used;
   if (left <= 1)
      return (FALSE);

   return (TRUE);
}
#endif /* HANDLE_ROFFSEQ */

/*    Function Name: UncompressUnformatted
 *    Description: Finds an uncompressed unformatted manual page.
 *    Arguments: man_globals - the psuedo global structure.
 *                 entry - the manual page entry.
 * RETURNED        filename - location to put the name of the file.
 *    Returns: TRUE if the file was found.
 */

static Boolean
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
UncompressUnformatted(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * entry,
                  char * filename)
#else
UncompressUnformatted(ManpageGlobals * man_globals, char * entry,
                  char * filename, FILE **file)
#endif
{
  char path[BUFSIZ], page[BUFSIZ], section[BUFSIZ], input[BUFSIZ];
  int len_cat = strlen(CAT), len_man = strlen(MAN);
#if defined(SMAN) && defined(SFORMAT)
  int len_sman = strlen(SMAN);
#endif

  ParseEntry(entry, path, section, page);

#if defined(__OpenBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD__)
  /*
   * look for uncompressed file in machine subdir first
   */
  snprintf(filename, BUFSIZ, "%s/%s%s/%s/%s", path, MAN,
        section + len_cat, MACHINE, page);
  if ( access( filename, R_OK ) == 0 ) {
    man_globals->compress = FALSE;
    man_globals->gzip = FALSE;
    man_globals->deletetempfile = FALSE;
    snprintf(man_globals->save_file, sizeof(man_globals->save_file),
           "%s/%s%s/%s/%s", path, CAT, section + len_cat, MACHINE, page);
    return(TRUE);
  }
 /*
  * Then for compressed files in an uncompressed directory.
  */
  snprintf(input, sizeof(input), "%s.%s", filename, COMPRESSION_EXTENSION);
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename) ) {
#else
  if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename, file) ) {
#endif
    man_globals->compress = TRUE;
    man_globals->deletetempfile = TRUE;
    snprintf(man_globals->save_file, sizeof(man_globals->save_file),
           "%s/%s%s/%s.%s", path, CAT, section + len_cat, page, 
           COMPRESSION_EXTENSION);
    return(TRUE);
  }
#ifdef GZIP_EXTENSION
  else {
    snprintf(input, sizeof(input), "%s.%s", filename, GZIP_EXTENSION);
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
    if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename) ) {
#else
    if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename, file) ) {
#endif
      man_globals->compress = TRUE;
      man_globals->gzip = TRUE;
      man_globals->deletetempfile = TRUE;
      snprintf(man_globals->save_file, sizeof(man_globals->save_file),
             "%s/%s%s/%s.%s", path, CAT, section + len_cat, page,
             GZIP_EXTENSION);
      return(TRUE);
    }
  }
#endif /* GZIP_EXTENSION */
#endif /* __OpenBSD__ || __NetBSD__ */
/*
 * Look for uncompressed file first.
 */

  snprintf(filename, BUFSIZ, "%s/%s%s/%s", path, MAN, section + len_man, page);
  if ( access( filename, R_OK ) == 0 ) {
    man_globals->compress = FALSE;
    man_globals->gzip = FALSE;
    man_globals->deletetempfile = FALSE;
    snprintf(man_globals->save_file, sizeof(man_globals->save_file), 
           "%s/%s%s/%s", path, CAT, section + len_cat, page);
    return(TRUE);
  }

#if defined(SMAN) && defined(SFORMAT)
 /*
  * Look for uncompressed sgml file next.
  */

  snprintf(input, BUFSIZ, "%s/%s%s/%s", path, SMAN, section + len_sman, page);
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  if ( SgmlToRoffNamed(man_globals, input, filename) ) {
#else
  if ( SgmlToRoffNamed(man_globals, input, filename, file) ) {
#endif
    man_globals->compress = FALSE;
    man_globals->gzip = FALSE;
    man_globals->deletetempfile = TRUE;
    snprintf(man_globals->save_file, sizeof(man_globals->save_file),
            "%s/%s%s/%s", path, CAT, section + len_cat, page);
    return(TRUE);
  }
#endif

/*
 * Then for compressed files in an uncompressed directory.
 */

  snprintf(input, sizeof(input), "%s.%s", filename, COMPRESSION_EXTENSION);
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename) ) {
#else
  if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename, file) ) {
#endif
    man_globals->compress = TRUE;
    man_globals->deletetempfile = TRUE;
    snprintf(man_globals->save_file, sizeof(man_globals->save_file),
           "%s/%s%s/%s.%s", path, CAT, section + len_cat, page, 
           COMPRESSION_EXTENSION);
    return(TRUE);
  }
#ifdef GZIP_EXTENSION
  else {
    snprintf(input, sizeof(input), "%s.%s", filename, GZIP_EXTENSION);
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
    if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename) ) {
#else
    if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename, file) ) {
#endif      
      man_globals->compress = TRUE;
      man_globals->gzip = TRUE;
      man_globals->deletetempfile = TRUE;
      snprintf(man_globals->save_file, sizeof(man_globals->save_file),
             "%s/%s%s/%s.%s", path, CAT, section + len_cat, page, 
             GZIP_EXTENSION);
      return(TRUE);
    }
  }
#endif
/*
 * And lastly files in a compressed directory.
 */

  snprintf(input, sizeof(input), "%s/%s%s.%s/%s", path,
        MAN, section + len_man, COMPRESSION_EXTENSION, page);
#ifndef HAS_MKSTEMP
  if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename) ) {
#else
  if ( UncompressNamed(man_globals, input, filename, file) ) {
#endif
    man_globals->compress = TRUE;
    man_globals->deletetempfile = TRUE;
    snprintf(man_globals->save_file, sizeof(man_globals->save_file),
           "%s/%s%s.%s/%s", path, CAT, section + len_cat, 
           COMPRESSION_EXTENSION, page);
    return(TRUE);
  }
  return(FALSE);
}

/*    Function Name: AddCursor
 *    Description: This function adds the cursor to the window.
 *    Arguments: w - the widget to add the cursor to.
 *                 cursor - the cursor to add to this widget.
 *    Returns: none
 */

void
AddCursor(Widget w, Cursor cursor)
{
  XColor colors[2];
  Arg args[10];
  Cardinal num_args = 0;
  Colormap c_map;

  if (!XtIsRealized(w)) {
    PopupWarning(NULL, "Widget is not realized, no cursor added.\n");
    return;
  }

  XtSetArg( args[num_args], XtNcolormap, &c_map); num_args++;
  XtGetValues( w, args, num_args);

  colors[0].pixel = resources.cursors.fg_color;
  colors[1].pixel = resources.cursors.bg_color;

  XQueryColors (XtDisplay(w), c_map, colors, 2);
  XRecolorCursor(XtDisplay(w), cursor, colors, colors+1);
  XDefineCursor(XtDisplay(w),XtWindow(w),cursor);
}

/*    Function Name: ChangeLabel
 *    Description: This function changes the label field of the
 *                   given widget to the string in str.
 *    Arguments: w - the widget.
 *                 str - the string to change the label to.
 *    Returns: none
 */

void
ChangeLabel(Widget w, char * str)
{
  Arg arglist[3];       /* An argument list. */

  if (w == NULL) return;

  XtSetArg(arglist[0], XtNlabel, str);

/* shouldn't really have to do this. */
  XtSetArg(arglist[1], XtNwidth, 0);
  XtSetArg(arglist[2], XtNheight, 0);

  XtSetValues(w, arglist, (Cardinal) 1);
}

/*
 * In an ideal world this would be part of the XToolkit, and I would not
 * have to do it, but such is life sometimes.  Perhaps in X11R3.
 */

/*    Function Name: PositionCenter
 *    Description: This function positions the given widgets center
 *                   in the following location.
 *    Arguments: widget - the widget widget to postion
 *                 x,y - The location for the center of the widget
 *                 above - number of pixels above center to locate this widget
 *                 left - number of pixels left of center to locate this widget
 *                 h_space, v_space - how close to get to the edges of the
 *                                    parent window.
 *    Returns: none
 *      Note:  This should only be used with a popup widget that has override
 *             redirect set.
 */

void
PositionCenter(Widget widget, int x, int y, int above, int left, int v_space, int h_space)
{
  Arg wargs[2];
  int x_temp,y_temp;          /* location of the new window. */
  int parent_height,parent_width; /* Height and width of the parent widget or
                           the root window if it has no parent. */

  x_temp = x - left - Width(widget) / 2 + BorderWidth(widget);
  y_temp = y - above -  Height(widget) / 2 + BorderWidth(widget);

  parent_height = HeightOfScreen(XtScreen(widget));
  parent_width = WidthOfScreen(XtScreen(widget));

/*
 * Check to make sure that all edges are within the viewable part of the
 * root window, and if not then force them to be.
 */

  if (x_temp < h_space)
    x_temp = v_space;
  if (y_temp < v_space)
    (y_temp = 2);

  if ( y_temp + Height(widget) + v_space > parent_height )
      y_temp = parent_height - Height(widget) - v_space;

  if ( x_temp + Width(widget) + h_space > parent_width )
      x_temp = parent_width - Width(widget) - h_space;

  XtSetArg(wargs[0], XtNx, x_temp);
  XtSetArg(wargs[1], XtNy, y_temp);
  XtSetValues(widget, wargs, 2);
}

/*    Function Name: ParseEntry(entry, path, sect, page)
 *    Description: Parses the manual pages entry filenames.
 *    Arguments: str - the full path name.
 *                 path - the path name.      RETURNED
 *                 sect - the section name.   RETURNED
 *                 page - the page name.      RETURNED
 *    Returns: none.
 */

void
ParseEntry(char *entry, char *path, char *sect, char *page)
{
  char *c, temp[BUFSIZ];

  strcpy(temp, entry);

  c = rindex(temp, '/');
  if (c == NULL)
    PrintError("index failure in ParseEntry.");
  *c++ = '\0';
  if (page != NULL)
    strcpy(page, c);

  c = rindex(temp, '/');
  if (c == NULL)
    PrintError("index failure in ParseEntry.");
  *c++ = '\0';
#if defined(SFORMAT) && defined(SMAN)
  /* sgmltoroff sometimes puts an extra ./ in the path to .so entries */
  if (strcmp(c, ".") == 0) {
      c = rindex(temp, '/');
      if (c == NULL)
        PrintError("index failure in ParseEntry.");
      *c++ = '\0';
  }
#endif      
#if defined(__OpenBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD__)
  /* Skip machine subdirectory if present */
  if (strcmp(c, MACHINE) == 0) {
      c = rindex(temp, '/');
      if (c == NULL)
        PrintError("index failure in ParseEntry.");
      *c++ = '\0';
  }
#endif
  if (sect != NULL)
    strcpy(sect, c);

  if (path != NULL)
    strcpy(path, temp);
}

/*      Function Name: GetGlobals
 *      Description: Gets the psuedo globals associated with the
 *                   manpage associated with this widget.
 *      Arguments: w - a widget in the manpage.
 *      Returns: the psuedo globals.
 *      Notes: initial_widget is a globals variable.
 *             manglobals_context is a global variable.
 */

ManpageGlobals *
GetGlobals(Widget w)
{
  Widget temp;
  caddr_t data;

  while ( (temp = XtParent(w)) != initial_widget && (temp != NULL))
    w = temp;

  if (temp == NULL)
    XtAppError(XtWidgetToApplicationContext(w),
             "Xman: Could not locate widget in tree, exiting");

  if (XFindContext(XtDisplay(w), XtWindow(w),
               manglobals_context, &data) != XCSUCCESS)
    XtAppError(XtWidgetToApplicationContext(w),
             "Xman: Could not find global data, exiting");

  return( (ManpageGlobals *) data);
}

/*      Function Name: SaveGlobals
 *      Description: Saves the psuedo globals on the widget passed
 *                   to this function, although GetGlobals assumes that
 *                   the data is associated with the popup child of topBox.
 *      Arguments: w - the widget to associate the data with.
 *                 globals - data to associate with this widget.
 *      Returns: none.
 *      Notes: WIDGET MUST BE REALIZED.
 *             manglobals_context is a global variable.
 */

void
SaveGlobals(Widget w, ManpageGlobals * globals)
{
  if (XSaveContext(XtDisplay(w), XtWindow(w), manglobals_context,
               (caddr_t) globals) != XCSUCCESS)
    XtAppError(XtWidgetToApplicationContext(w),
             "Xman: Could not save global data, are you out of memory?");
}

/*      Function Name: RemoveGlobals
 *      Description: Removes the psuedo globals from the widget passed
 *                   to this function.
 *      Arguments: w - the widget to remove the data from.
 *      Returns: none.
 *      Notes: WIDGET MUST BE REALIZED.
 *             manglobals_context is a global variable.
 */

void
RemoveGlobals(Widget w)
{
  if (XDeleteContext(XtDisplay(w), XtWindow(w),
                 manglobals_context) != XCSUCCESS)
    XtAppError(XtWidgetToApplicationContext(w),
             "Xman: Could not remove global data?");
}

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