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/* $XConsortium: man.c,v 1.30 94/04/17 20:43:56 rws Exp $ */
/* $XdotOrg: app/xman/man.c,v 1.4 2005/11/08 06:33:33 jkj Exp $ */
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/* $XFree86: xc/programs/xman/man.c,v 1.8 2003/04/09 20:31:31 herrb Exp $ */


#include "globals.h"
#include "vendor.h"           /* vendor-specific defines and data */

#ifndef X_NOT_POSIX
#include <dirent.h>
#else
#ifdef SYSV
#include <dirent.h>
#else
#ifdef USG
#include <dirent.h>
#else
#include <sys/dir.h>
#ifndef dirent
#define dirent direct
#endif
#endif
#endif
#endif

#ifdef DEBUG
static char error_buf[BUFSIZ];            /* The buffer for error messages. */
#endif /* DEBUG */

static void AddToCurrentSection(Manual * local_manual, char * path);
static void InitManual(Manual * l_manual, char * label);
static void ReadCurrentSection(Manual * local_manual, char * path);
static void ReadMandescFile(SectionList ** section_list, char * path);
static void SortAndRemove(Manual *man, int number);
static void SortList(SectionList ** list);

#define SECT_ERROR -1

#ifndef       Byte
#define       Byte    unsigned char
#endif
 
#ifndef       reg
#define       reg     register
#endif
 
static void sortstrs (Byte *data[], int size, Byte *otherdata[]);
static void sortstrs_block (Byte **, Byte **, int, Byte, Byte **, Byte **);
static void sortstrs_block_oo (Byte **, Byte **, int, Byte, int *, int *, Byte **, Byte **);
 
/*    Function Name: Man
 *    Description: Builds a list of all manual directories and files.
 *    Arguments: none. 
 *    Returns: the number of manual sections.
 */

int
Man(void)
{
  SectionList *list = NULL;
  char *ptr, *lang = 0, manpath[BUFSIZ], buf[BUFSIZ], *path, *current_label;
  int sect, num_alloced;

/* 
 * Get the environment variable MANPATH, and if it doesn't exist then use
 * SYSMANPATH and LOCALMANPATH.
 */

  /* if MANPATH variable ends in ':'. So, should extend it's value to the
   * default search path.
   */

  *manpath = '\0';
  if ((ptr = getenv("MANPATH")) != NULL)
    strcpy(manpath, ptr);
  if (ptr == NULL || streq(ptr , "") || ptr[strlen(ptr) - 1] == ':') {
    lang = getenv("LANG");
#ifdef MANCONF
    if (!ReadManConfig(manpath + strlen(manpath)))
#endif
    {
#ifdef MANCONF
      if (manpath[strlen(manpath) - 1] != ':')
      strcat(manpath, ":");
#endif
      strcat(manpath, SYSMANPATH);
#ifdef LOCALMANPATH
      strcat(manpath, ":");
      strcat(manpath, LOCALMANPATH);
#endif
    }
  }

/*
 * Get the list of manual directories in the users MANPATH that we should
 * open to look for manual pages.  The ``mandesc'' file is read here.
 */

  for ( path = manpath ; (ptr = index(path , ':')) != NULL ; path = ++ptr) { 
    *ptr = '\0';
    if (lang != 0) {
      strcpy(buf, path);
      strcat(buf, "/");
      strncat(buf, lang, sizeof(buf) - strlen(path) + 1);
      buf[sizeof(buf) - strlen(path) + 1] = '\0';
      ReadMandescFile(&list, buf);
    }
    ReadMandescFile(&list, path);
  }
  if (lang != 0) {
    strcpy(buf, path);
    strcat(buf, "/");
    strncat(buf, lang, sizeof(buf) - strlen(path) + 1);
    buf[sizeof(buf) - strlen(path) + 1] = '\0';
    ReadMandescFile(&list, buf);
  }
  ReadMandescFile(&list, path);

  SortList(&list);
  
  sect = 0;
  num_alloced = SECTALLOC;
  manual = (Manual *) XtMalloc( sizeof(Manual) * num_alloced );
  InitManual( manual, list->label );
  manual[sect].flags = list->flags;
  current_label = NULL;

  while ( list != NULL ) {
    SectionList * old_list;

    if ( current_label == NULL || streq(list->label, current_label) )
      AddToCurrentSection( manual + sect, list->directory);
    else {
      if (manual[sect].nentries == 0) {   /* empty section, re-use it. */
      XtFree(manual[sect].blabel);
      manual[sect].blabel = list->label;
      manual[sect].flags = list->flags;
      }
      else {
      if ( ++sect >= num_alloced ) {
        num_alloced += SECTALLOC;
        manual = (Manual *) XtRealloc ( (char *) manual,
                                (sizeof(Manual) * num_alloced));
        if (manual == NULL) 
          PrintError("Could not allocate memory for manual sections.");
      }
      InitManual( manual + sect, list->label );
      manual[sect].flags = list->flags;
      }
      AddToCurrentSection( manual + sect, list->directory);
    }
    /* Save label to see if it matches next entry. */
    current_label = list->label; 
    old_list = list;
    list = list->next;
    XtFree((char *) old_list);            /* free what you allocate. */
  }
  if (manual[sect].nentries != 0)
    sect++;             /* don't forget that last section. */
  
  SortAndRemove(manual, sect);

#ifdef notdef                 /* dump info. */
  DumpManual(sect);
#endif
  
/*
 * realloc manual to be minimum space necessary.
 */

  if (sect == 0)
    PrintError("No manual pages found.");
  manual = (Manual *) XtRealloc( (char *) manual, (sizeof(Manual) * sect));
  if (manual == NULL) 
    PrintError("Could not allocate memory for manual sections.");

  return(sect);         /* return the number of man sections. */
}    

/*    Function Name: SortList
 *    Description: Sorts the list of sections to search.
 *    Arguments: list - a pointer to the list to sort.
 *    Returns: a sorted list.
 *
 * This is the most complicated part of the entire operation.
 * all sections with the same label must by right next to each other,
 * but the sections that are in the standard list have to come first.
 */

static void
SortList(SectionList ** list)
{
  SectionList * local;
  SectionList *head, *last, *inner, *old;
  
  if (*list == NULL)
    PrintError("No manual sections to read, exiting.");

/* 
 * First step 
 * 
 * Look for standard list items, and more them to the top of the list.
 */

  last = NULL;                /* keep Saber happy. */
  for ( local = *list ; local->next != NULL ; local = local->next) {
    if ( local->flags ) {
      if ( local == *list )   /* top element is already standard. */
      break;
      head = local;

      /* Find end of standard block */
      for (old = 0 ; (local->next != NULL) && (local->flags) 
         ; old = local, local = local->next); 

      if (old != 0) {
          last->next = old->next; /* Move the block. */
          old->next = *list;
          *list = head;
      }

      break;                  /* First step accomplished. */
    }
    last = local;
  }

/*
 *  Second step
 *
 *  Move items with duplicate labels right next to each other.
 *
 *  Changed to keep the order of the list entries unchanged.
 */

  for (local = *list; local->next != NULL; local = local->next) {
    head = local;
    old = inner = local->next;
    while (inner != NULL) {
      if (streq(inner->label, local->label)) {
      if (old != inner) {
        old->next = inner->next;
        last = inner->next;
        inner->next = head->next;
        head->next = inner;
        head = inner;
        old = inner = last;
        continue;
      }
      else
        head = inner;
      }
      old = inner;
      inner = inner->next;
    }
  }
}     

/*    Function Name: ReadMandescFile
 *    Description: Reads the mandesc file, and adds more sections as 
 *                   necessary.
 *    Arguments: path - path name if the current search directory.
 *                 section_list - pointer to the list of sections.
 *    Returns: TRUE in we should use default sections
 */
  
static void
ReadMandescFile(SectionList ** section_list, char * path)
{
  char mandesc_file[BUFSIZ];  /* full path to the mandesc file. */
  FILE * descfile;
  char string[BUFSIZ], local_file[BUFSIZ];
  Boolean use_defaults = TRUE;
  char *cp;

  snprintf(mandesc_file, sizeof(mandesc_file), "%s/%s", path, MANDESC);
  if ( (descfile = fopen(mandesc_file, "r")) != NULL) {
    while ( fgets(string, BUFSIZ, descfile) != NULL) {
      string[strlen(string)-1] = '\0';        /* Strip off the CR. */

      if ( streq(string, NO_SECTION_DEFAULTS) ) {
      use_defaults = FALSE;
      continue;
      }

      if ((cp = index(string,'\t')) != NULL) {
      char *s;
      *cp++ = '\0';
      strcpy(local_file, MAN);
      strcat(local_file, string);
      if ((s = index(cp,'\t')) != NULL) {
        *s++ = '\0';
        if (streq(s, SUFFIX))
          AddNewSection(section_list, path, local_file, cp, MSUFFIX);
        else if (streq(s, FOLD))
          AddNewSection(section_list, path, local_file, cp, MFOLD);
        else if (streq(s, FOLDSUFFIX))
          AddNewSection(section_list, path, local_file, cp, MFOLDSUFFIX);
        else
          AddNewSection(section_list, path, local_file, cp, MNULL);
        } else
          AddNewSection(section_list, path, local_file, cp, MNULL);
      } else {
      snprintf(local_file, sizeof(local_file), "%s%c", MAN, string[0]);
      AddNewSection(section_list, path, local_file, (string + 1), FALSE );
#ifdef SEARCHOTHER
      snprintf(local_file, sizeof(local_file), "%s%c", SEARCHOTHER, string[0]);
      AddNewSection(section_list, path, local_file, (string + 1), FALSE);
#endif
      }
    }

    fclose(descfile);
  }
  if (use_defaults)
    AddStandardSections(section_list, path);
}

/*    Function Name: AddNewSection
 *    Description: Adds the new section onto the current section list.
 *    Arguments: list - pointer to the section list.
 *                 path - the path to the current manual section.
 *                 file - the file to save.
 *                 label - the current section label.
 *                 flags = 1 - add a suffix
 *                 = 2 - fold to lower case
 *    Returns: none.
 */

void
AddNewSection(
SectionList **list,
char * path, char * file, char * label, 
int flags)
{
  SectionList * local_list, * end;
  char full_path[BUFSIZ];

/* Allocate a new list element */

  local_list = (SectionList *) XtMalloc(sizeof(SectionList));

  if (*list != NULL) {
    for ( end = *list ; end->next != NULL ; end = end->next );
    end->next = local_list;
  }
  else 
    *list = local_list;

  local_list->next = NULL;
  local_list->label = StrAlloc(label);
  snprintf(full_path, sizeof(full_path), "%s/%s", path, file);
  local_list->directory = StrAlloc(full_path);
  local_list->flags = flags;
}  

/*    Function Name: AddToCurrentSection
 *    Description: This function gets the names of the manual page
 *                   directories, then closes the directory.
 *    Arguments:  local_manual - a pointer to a manual pages structure.
 *                  path - the path to this directory.
 *    Returns: none.
 */

static void
AddToCurrentSection(Manual * local_manual, char * path)
{
  char temp_path[BUFSIZ];

#if defined(__OpenBSD__) || defined(__NetBSD__)
  snprintf(temp_path, sizeof(temp_path), "%s/%s", path, MACHINE);
  ReadCurrentSection(local_manual, temp_path);
#endif
  ReadCurrentSection(local_manual, path);
  snprintf(temp_path, sizeof(temp_path), "%s.%s", path, COMPRESSION_EXTENSION);
  ReadCurrentSection(local_manual, temp_path);
}

/*    Function Name: ReadCurrentSection
 *    Description: Actually does the work of adding entries to the 
 *                   new section
 *    Arguments:  local_manual - a pointer to a manual pages structure.
 *                  path - the path to this directory.
 *                  compressed - Is this a compressed directory?
 *    Returns: TRUE if any entries are found.
 */

static void
ReadCurrentSection(Manual * local_manual, char * path)
{
  DIR * dir;

  register struct dirent *dp;

  register int nentries;
  register int nalloc;
  char full_name[BUFSIZ], *ptr;

  if((dir = opendir(path)) == NULL) {
#ifdef DEBUG
    snprintf(error_buf, sizeof(error_buf), "Can't open directory %s", path);
    PopupWarning(NULL, error_buf);
#endif /* DEBUG */
    return;
  }

/*
 * Remove the compression extension from the path name.
 */

  if ( (ptr = rindex(path, '.')) != NULL) {
#if !defined(__SCO__) && !defined(ISC)
    if (streq(ptr + 1, COMPRESSION_EXTENSION)) 
#else
    if (strpbrk(ptr + 1, COMPRESSION_EXTENSIONS) != NULL)
#endif
      *ptr = '\0';
#ifdef GZIP_EXTENSION
    else if (streq(ptr + 1, GZIP_EXTENSION))
      *ptr = '\0';
#endif
  }
  
  nentries = local_manual->nentries;
  nalloc = local_manual->nalloc;

  while( (dp = readdir(dir)) != NULL ) {
    char * name = dp->d_name;
    if (name[0] == '.')
      continue;
#ifndef CRAY
    if (index(name, '.') == NULL)
      continue;
#endif
    if( nentries >= nalloc ) {
      nalloc += ENTRYALLOC;
      local_manual->entries =(char **) XtRealloc((char *)local_manual->entries,
                                     nalloc * sizeof(char *));
      local_manual->entries_less_paths =
      (char **) XtRealloc((char *)local_manual->entries_less_paths,
                      nalloc * sizeof(char *));
    }

    snprintf(full_name, sizeof(full_name), "%s/%s", path, name);
/*
 * Remove the compression extension from the entry name.
 */

    if ( (ptr = rindex(full_name, '.')) != NULL) {
#if !defined(__SCO__) && !defined(ISC)
      if (streq(ptr + 1, COMPRESSION_EXTENSION)) 
#else
      if (strpbrk(ptr + 1, COMPRESSION_EXTENSIONS) != NULL)
#endif
      *ptr = '\0';
#ifdef GZIP_EXTENSION
      else if (streq(ptr + 1, GZIP_EXTENSION))
      *ptr = '\0';
#endif
#ifdef IGNORE_EXTENSION
      /* skip files with specified extension - they're not real man pages */
      else if (streq(ptr + 1, IGNORE_EXTENSION)) {
      continue;
      }
#endif /* IGNORE_EXTENSION */
    }
    local_manual->entries[nentries] = StrAlloc(full_name);
    local_manual->entries_less_paths[nentries] = 
      rindex(local_manual->entries[nentries], '/');
    if ( local_manual->entries_less_paths[nentries] == NULL )
      PrintError("Internal error while cataloging manual pages.");
    ++ nentries;
  }
  
  local_manual->nentries = nentries;
  local_manual->nalloc = nalloc;

  closedir(dir);
}

/*    Function Name: SortAndRemove
 *    Description: This function sorts all the entry names and
 *                   then removes all the duplicate entries.
 *    Arguments: man - a pointer to the manual structure.
 *                 number - the number of manual sections.
 *    Returns: an improved manual stucure
 */

static void
SortAndRemove(Manual *man, int number)
{
  int i;
  char *l1, *l2, **s1;
  
  for ( i = 0; i < number; man++, i++) { /* sort each section */
    register int i2 = 0;      
    
#ifdef DEBUG
    printf("sorting section %d - %s\n", i, man->blabel);
#endif /* DEBUG */

    s1 = (char **)malloc(man->nentries * sizeof(char *));
    
    /* temporarily remove suffixes of entries, preventing them from */
    /* being used in alpabetic comparison ie sccs-delta.1 vs sccs.1 */
    for (i2=0; i2<man->nentries; i2++)
      if ((s1[i2] = rindex(man->entries_less_paths[i2], '.')) != NULL)
      *s1[i2] = '\0';  

    sortstrs ( (Byte **)man->entries_less_paths, man->nentries, (Byte **)man->entries );

    /* put back suffixes */
    for (i2=0; i2<man->nentries; i2++) 
      if (s1[i2] != NULL) *s1[i2] = '.';      

    free(s1); 
    
#ifdef DEBUG
    printf("removing from section %d.\n", i);
#endif /* DEBUG */
    
    {
      register int   j, k, nent, nentm1;
      int     j2;
      nent   = man -> nentries;
      nentm1 = nent - 1;
      j = 0;
      l2 = man->entries_less_paths[j++];
      if ( l2 == NULL )
        PrintError("Internal error while removing duplicate manual pages.");
      while ( j < nentm1 )
      {
        l1 = l2;
        l2 = man->entries_less_paths[j++];
        if ( l2 == NULL )
          PrintError("Internal error while removing duplicate manual pages."
                   );
        if ( streq(l1,l2) )
          {
            j2 = j-1;
            k  = j2;
            while ( j < nent )
                {
              man -> entries_less_paths[k] = man -> entries_less_paths[j];
                man -> entries[k++] = man -> entries[j++];
                }
            j = j2;
            -- man -> nentries;
            -- nent;
            -- nentm1;
          }
      }
    }
  }
}

 /*
       *******  Replacement for qsort to keep
       *******  identical entries in order
 
       A somewhat ugly hack of something that was once simpler...
 */
 /*
       Sort an array of pointers to strings, keeping it
       in ascending order by (1) string comparison and
       (2) original entry order in the pointer array.
 
       This is a modified radix exchange algorithm.
 
       In case there's insufficient memory for a temporary copy
       of the pointer array, the original order of identical strings
       isn't preserved.
 */
 
static void 
sortstrs (Byte *data[], int size, Byte *otherdata[])
{
       Byte   **sp, **ep;
       Byte   **othersp, **otherep;
       int     *origorder;
 
 origorder = (int *) calloc (size, sizeof(int));
 if ( origorder )
    {
    reg int     i;
 
    for ( i=0; i < size; ++i )
       origorder[i] = i;
    }
 
 sp = data;
 ep = &data[size-1];
 othersp = otherdata;
 otherep = &otherdata[size-1];
 if ( origorder )
    {
    sortstrs_block_oo ( sp, ep, 0, 0x80, origorder, &origorder[size-1],
       othersp, otherep );
    free (origorder);
    }
 else
    sortstrs_block ( sp, ep, 0, 0x80, othersp, otherep );
}
 

 
 /*---------------------------------*/
 /*  Sort 1 block of data on 1 bit  */
 /*---------------------------------*/
 
static void
sortstrs_block (  
       Byte   **start,
       Byte   **end,
       int      offset,
       Byte     mask,
       Byte   **otherstart,
       Byte   **otherend)
 
{
 reg   Byte   **sp, **ep;
 reg   Byte     m;
 reg   int      off;
 reg   Byte    *t;
 reg   int      curstrlen;
       int      maxstrlen;
       Byte   **othersp, **otherep;
 
 
#define       newstring(ptr) \
 { \
 t = *ptr; \
 curstrlen = 0; \
 while ( *t++ ) ++ curstrlen; \
 if ( curstrlen > maxstrlen ) maxstrlen = curstrlen; \
 t = *ptr; \
 }
 
 
 maxstrlen = 0;
 sp  = start;
 ep  = end;
 off = offset;
 m   = mask;
 othersp = otherstart;
 otherep = otherend;
 
 while (1)
     {
     newstring(sp)
     while (((sp != ep) && ((curstrlen < off) || ((t[off] & m) == 0))))
       {
       ++ sp;
       ++ othersp;
       newstring(sp)
       }
     if ( sp == ep )
       break;
 
     newstring(ep);
     while (((sp != ep) && (curstrlen >= off) && ((t[off] & m) != 0)))
       {
       -- ep;
       -- otherep;
       newstring(ep)
       }
     if ( sp == ep )
       break;
 
     t = *sp;
     *sp = *ep;
     *ep = t;
 
     t      = *othersp;
     *othersp = *otherep;
     *otherep = t;
     }
 
 t = *sp;
 if ((curstrlen < off) || ((t[off] & m) == 0))
    {
    if ( ep != end )
       {
       ++ ep;
       ++ otherep;
       }
    }
 else
    {
    if ( sp != start )
       {
       -- sp;
       -- othersp;
       }
    }
 
 m >>= 1;
 if ( m == 0 )
    {
    m = 0x80;
    if ( ++off >= maxstrlen )
       return;
    }
 
 
 if ( sp != start )
    sortstrs_block ( start, sp, off, m, otherstart, othersp );
 if ( ep != end )
    sortstrs_block ( ep, end, off, m, otherep, otherend );
}
 

 
 /*-----------------------------------------------------------------*/
 /*  Sort 1 block of data on 1 bit; check for out-of-order entries  */
 /*-----------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
static void
 sortstrs_block_oo (
       Byte   **start,
       Byte   **end,
       int      offset,
       Byte     mask,
       int     *ostart,
       int     *oend,
       Byte   **otherstart,
       Byte   **otherend)
 
{
 reg   Byte   **sp, **ep;
 reg   int     *osp, *oep;
 reg   Byte     m;
 reg   int      off;
 reg   Byte    *t;
 reg   int      u;
 reg   int      curstrlen;
       int      maxstrlen;
       Byte   **othersp, **otherep;
 
 
#define       newstring(ptr) \
 { \
 t = *ptr; \
 curstrlen = 0; \
 while ( *t++ ) ++ curstrlen; \
 if ( curstrlen > maxstrlen ) maxstrlen = curstrlen; \
 t = *ptr; \
 }
 
 
 maxstrlen = 0;
 sp  = start;
 ep  = end;
 osp = ostart;
 oep = oend;
 off = offset;
 m   = mask;
 othersp = otherstart;
 otherep = otherend;
 
 while (1)
     {
     newstring(sp)
     while (((sp != ep) && ((curstrlen < off) || ((t[off] & m) == 0))))
       {
       ++ sp;
       ++ osp;
       ++ othersp;
       newstring(sp)
       }
     if ( sp == ep )
       break;
 
     newstring(ep);
     while (((sp != ep) && (curstrlen >= off) && ((t[off] & m) != 0)))
       {
       -- ep;
       -- oep;
       -- otherep;
       newstring(ep)
       }
     if ( sp == ep )
       break;
 
     t   = *sp;
     *sp = *ep;
     *ep = t;
 
     t      = *othersp;
     *othersp = *otherep;
     *otherep = t;
 
     u    = *osp;
     *osp = *oep;
     *oep = u;
     }
 
 t = *sp;
 if ((curstrlen < off) || ((t[off] & m) == 0))
    {
    if ( ep != end )
       {
       ++ ep;
       ++ oep;
       ++ otherep;
       }
    }
 else
    {
    if ( sp != start )
       {
       -- sp;
       -- osp;
       -- othersp;
       }
    }
 
 m >>= 1;
 if ( m == 0 )
    {
    m = 0x80;
    if ( ++off >= maxstrlen )  /*  Finished sorting block of strings:    */
       {                               /*  Restore duplicates to
riginal order  */
       reg Byte **cp;
       reg int *ocp;
         Byte **othercp;
 
 
       if ( sp != start )
        {
        cp  = start;
        ocp = ostart;
        othercp = otherstart;
        while ( cp != sp )
           {
           if ( *ocp > *(ocp+1) )
               {
               t       = *(cp+1);
               *(cp+1) = *cp;
               *cp     = t;
 
               t               = *(othercp+1);
               *(othercp+1)    = *othercp;
               *othercp        = t;
 
               u        = *(ocp+1);
               *(ocp+1) = *ocp;
               *ocp     = u;
 
               if ( cp != start )
                  {
                  -- cp;
                  -- ocp;
                  -- othercp;
                  continue;
                  }
               }
           ++ cp;
           ++ ocp;
           ++ othercp;
           }
        }
       if ( ep != end )
        {
        cp  = ep;
        ocp = oep;
        othercp = otherep;
        while ( cp != end )
           {
           if ( *ocp > *(ocp+1) )
               {
               t       = *(cp+1);
               *(cp+1) = *cp;
               *cp     = t;
 
               t               = *(othercp+1);
               *(othercp+1)    = *othercp;
               *othercp        = t;
 
               u        = *(ocp+1);
               *(ocp+1) = *ocp;
               *ocp     = u;
 
               if ( cp != ep )
                  {
                  -- cp;
                  -- ocp;
                  -- othercp;
                  continue;
                  }
               }
           ++ cp;
           ++ ocp;
           ++ othercp;
           }
        }
       return;
       }
    }
 
 
 if ( sp != start )
    sortstrs_block_oo ( start, sp, off, m, ostart, osp, otherstart, othersp );
 if ( ep != end )
    sortstrs_block_oo ( ep, end, off, m, oep, oend, otherep, otherend );
}


/*    Function Name: InitManual
 *    Description: Initializes this manual section.
 *    Arguments: l_manual - local copy of the manual structure.
 *                 label - the button label for this section.
 *    Returns: none.
 */

static void
InitManual(Manual * l_manual, char * label)
{
  bzero( l_manual, sizeof(Manual) );              /* clear it. */
  l_manual->blabel = label;                   /* set label. */
}
  
#if defined(DEBUG)

/*    Function Name: DumpManual
 *    Description: Debugging function that dumps the entire manual page
 *                   structure.
 *    Arguments: number - the number of sections.
 *    Returns: none.
 */

void
DumpManual(int number)
{
  register int i,j;
  
  for ( i = 0; i < number; i++) {
    printf("label: %s\n", manual[i].blabel);
    for (j = 0; j < manual[i].nentries; j++) 
      printf("%s\n", manual[i].entries[j]);
  }
}

#endif /* DEBUG */



#ifdef MANCONF

#if defined(MANCONFIGSTYLE_FreeBSD)

/*    Function Name: ReadManConfig
 *    Description: Reads man.conf file used by FreeBSD man
 *      Argument: manpath - char array to return path in.
 *    Returns: TRUE if read was successful.
 */

Bool
ReadManConfig(char manpath[])
{
  FILE        *fp;
  char        line[BUFSIZ];
  char        *path;
  Bool  firstpath = TRUE;

  if (!(fp = fopen(MANCONF, "r")))
    return(FALSE);

  while (fgets(line, sizeof(line), fp)) {
    path = strtok(line, " \t\n");
    if (!path || *path == '#')
      continue;
    if (strcmp(path, "MANPATH_MAP") == 0)
      path = strtok((char *)NULL, " \t\n");
    else if (strcmp(path, "MANDATORY_MANPATH") != 0 &&
           strcmp(path, "OPTIONAL_MANPATH") != 0)
      return(FALSE);
    path = strtok((char *)NULL, " \t\n");
    if (!path || *path == '#')
      return FALSE;
    if (firstpath) {
      strcpy(manpath, path);
      firstpath = FALSE;
    }
    else if (!strstr(manpath,path)) {
      strcat(manpath, ":");
      strcat(manpath, path);
    }
  }
  fclose(fp);
  return(!firstpath);
}


#elif defined(MANCONFIGSTYLE_Linux) /* not FreeBSD */

/*    Function Name: ReadManConfig
 *    Description: Reads man.conf file used by Linux man
 *      Argument: manpath - char array to return path in.
 *    Returns: TRUE if read was successful.
 */


Bool
ReadManConfig(char manpath[])
{
  FILE        *fp;
  char        line[BUFSIZ];
  char        *path;
  Bool  firstpath = TRUE;

  if (!(fp = fopen(MANCONF, "r")))
    return(FALSE);

  while (fgets(line, sizeof(line), fp)) {
    path = strtok(line, " \t\n");
    if (!path || *path == '#' || (strcmp(path, "MANPATH") != 0))
      continue;
    path = strtok((char *)NULL, " \t\n");
    if (!path || *path == '#')
      return FALSE;
    if (firstpath) {
      strcpy(manpath, path);
      firstpath = FALSE;
    }
    else {
      strcat(manpath, ":");
      strcat(manpath, path);
    }
  }
  fclose(fp);
  return(!firstpath);
}

#elif defined(MANCONFIGSTYLE_OpenBSD) /* not FreeBSD or Linux */

/*    Function Name: ReadManConfig
 *    Description: Reads man.conf file used by Open/NetBSD
 *      Argument: manpath - char array to return path in.
 *    Returns: TRUE if read was successful.
 *
 *     This version expands the glob pattern that can be found 
 *     in man.conf
 */
#include <glob.h>

Bool
ReadManConfig(char manpath[])
{
    FILE        *fp;
    char        line[BUFSIZ];
    char        *path;
    Bool        firstpath = TRUE;
    glob_t      gs;
    int         i;
    
    if (!(fp = fopen(MANCONF, "r")))
      return(FALSE);
    
    while (fgets(line, sizeof(line), fp)) {
      path = strtok(line, " \t\n");
      if (!path || *path == '#')
          continue;
      if (strcmp(path, "_default")) {
          /* for now */
          continue;
      }
      memset(&gs, 0, sizeof(glob_t));
      while ((path = strtok((char *)NULL, " \t\n"))) {
          if (glob(path, GLOB_BRACE, NULL, &gs) < 0) {
            fclose(fp);
            return FALSE;
          }
      } /* while */
      for (i = 0; i < gs.gl_pathc; i++) {
          
          if (firstpath) {
            strcpy(manpath, gs.gl_pathv[i]);
            firstpath = FALSE;
          }
          else {
            strcat(manpath, ":");
            strcat(manpath, gs.gl_pathv[i]);
          }
      } /* for */
      globfree(&gs);
    }
    fclose(fp);
    return(!firstpath);
}

#elif defined(MANCONFIGSTYLE_BSD) /* not FreeBSD, Linux, or OpenBSD */

/*    Function Name: ReadManConfig
 *    Description: Reads man.conf file used by BSD 4.4
 *      Argument: manpath - char array to return path in.
 *    Returns: TRUE if read was successful.
 */

Bool
ReadManConfig(manpath)

char  manpath[];

{
  FILE        *fp;
  char        line[BUFSIZ];
  char        *path;
  Bool  firstpath = TRUE;

  if (!(fp = fopen(MANCONF, "r")))
    return(FALSE);

  while (fgets(line, sizeof(line), fp)) {
    path = strtok(line, " \t\n");
    if (!path || *path == '#' || strcmp(path, "_default"))
      continue;
    while ((path = strtok((char *)NULL, " \t\n"))) {
      if (firstpath) {
        strcpy(manpath, path);
        firstpath = FALSE;
      }
      else {
        strcat(manpath, ":");
        strcat(manpath, path);
      }
    }
  }
  fclose(fp);
  return(!firstpath);
}

#else /* not BSD */

#error "MANCONF defined (in vendor.h) for unknown operating system."

#endif /* MANCONFIGSTYLE == FreeBSD ... BSD */

#endif /* MANCONF */

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