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36342e81 1/* $Id: read.c,v 1.28 2012/02/16 20:51:31 joerg Exp $ */
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2/*
3 * Copyright (c) 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Kristaps Dzonsons <kristaps@bsd.lv>
4 * Copyright (c) 2010, 2011 Ingo Schwarze <schwarze@openbsd.org>
5 *
6 * Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any
7 * purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above
8 * copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies.
9 *
10 * THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES
11 * WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
12 * MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR
13 * ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
14 * WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN
15 * ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF
16 * OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
17 */
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18#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
19#include "config.h"
20#endif
21
22#ifdef HAVE_MMAP
23# include <sys/stat.h>
24# include <sys/mman.h>
25#endif
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26
27#include <assert.h>
28#include <ctype.h>
29#include <fcntl.h>
30#include <stdarg.h>
36342e81 31#include <stdint.h>
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32#include <stdio.h>
33#include <stdlib.h>
34#include <string.h>
35#include <unistd.h>
36
37#include "mandoc.h"
38#include "libmandoc.h"
39#include "mdoc.h"
40#include "man.h"
36342e81 41#include "main.h"
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42
43#ifndef MAP_FILE
44#define MAP_FILE 0
45#endif
46
47#define REPARSE_LIMIT 1000
48
49struct buf {
50 char *buf; /* binary input buffer */
51 size_t sz; /* size of binary buffer */
52};
53
54struct mparse {
55 enum mandoclevel file_status; /* status of current parse */
56 enum mandoclevel wlevel; /* ignore messages below this */
57 int line; /* line number in the file */
58 enum mparset inttype; /* which parser to use */
59 struct man *pman; /* persistent man parser */
60 struct mdoc *pmdoc; /* persistent mdoc parser */
61 struct man *man; /* man parser */
62 struct mdoc *mdoc; /* mdoc parser */
63 struct roff *roff; /* roff parser (!NULL) */
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64 int reparse_count; /* finite interp. stack */
65 mandocmsg mmsg; /* warning/error message handler */
66 void *arg; /* argument to mmsg */
67 const char *file;
36342e81 68 struct buf *secondary;
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69};
70
71static void resize_buf(struct buf *, size_t);
72static void mparse_buf_r(struct mparse *, struct buf, int);
73static void mparse_readfd_r(struct mparse *, int, const char *, int);
74static void pset(const char *, int, struct mparse *);
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75static int read_whole_file(const char *, int, struct buf *, int *);
76static void mparse_end(struct mparse *);
77
78static const enum mandocerr mandoclimits[MANDOCLEVEL_MAX] = {
79 MANDOCERR_OK,
80 MANDOCERR_WARNING,
81 MANDOCERR_WARNING,
82 MANDOCERR_ERROR,
83 MANDOCERR_FATAL,
84 MANDOCERR_MAX,
85 MANDOCERR_MAX
86};
87
88static const char * const mandocerrs[MANDOCERR_MAX] = {
89 "ok",
90
91 "generic warning",
92
93 /* related to the prologue */
94 "no title in document",
95 "document title should be all caps",
96 "unknown manual section",
97 "date missing, using today's date",
98 "cannot parse date, using it verbatim",
99 "prologue macros out of order",
100 "duplicate prologue macro",
101 "macro not allowed in prologue",
102 "macro not allowed in body",
103
104 /* related to document structure */
105 ".so is fragile, better use ln(1)",
106 "NAME section must come first",
107 "bad NAME section contents",
108 "manual name not yet set",
109 "sections out of conventional order",
110 "duplicate section name",
111 "section not in conventional manual section",
112
113 /* related to macros and nesting */
114 "skipping obsolete macro",
115 "skipping paragraph macro",
116 "skipping no-space macro",
117 "blocks badly nested",
118 "child violates parent syntax",
119 "nested displays are not portable",
120 "already in literal mode",
121 "line scope broken",
122
123 /* related to missing macro arguments */
124 "skipping empty macro",
125 "argument count wrong",
126 "missing display type",
127 "list type must come first",
128 "tag lists require a width argument",
129 "missing font type",
130 "skipping end of block that is not open",
131
132 /* related to bad macro arguments */
133 "skipping argument",
134 "duplicate argument",
135 "duplicate display type",
136 "duplicate list type",
137 "unknown AT&T UNIX version",
138 "bad Boolean value",
139 "unknown font",
140 "unknown standard specifier",
141 "bad width argument",
142
143 /* related to plain text */
144 "blank line in non-literal context",
145 "tab in non-literal context",
146 "end of line whitespace",
147 "bad comment style",
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60e1e752 149 "unterminated quoted string",
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150
151 /* related to equations */
152 "unexpected literal in equation",
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153
154 "generic error",
155
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156 /* related to equations */
157 "unexpected equation scope closure",
158 "equation scope open on exit",
159 "overlapping equation scopes",
160 "unexpected end of equation",
161 "equation syntax error",
162
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163 /* related to tables */
164 "bad table syntax",
165 "bad table option",
166 "bad table layout",
167 "no table layout cells specified",
168 "no table data cells specified",
169 "ignore data in cell",
170 "data block still open",
171 "ignoring extra data cells",
172
173 "input stack limit exceeded, infinite loop?",
174 "skipping bad character",
175 "escaped character not allowed in a name",
176 "skipping text before the first section header",
177 "skipping unknown macro",
178 "NOT IMPLEMENTED, please use groff: skipping request",
179 "argument count wrong",
180 "skipping end of block that is not open",
181 "missing end of block",
182 "scope open on exit",
183 "uname(3) system call failed",
184 "macro requires line argument(s)",
185 "macro requires body argument(s)",
186 "macro requires argument(s)",
187 "missing list type",
188 "line argument(s) will be lost",
189 "body argument(s) will be lost",
190
191 "generic fatal error",
192
193 "not a manual",
194 "column syntax is inconsistent",
195 "NOT IMPLEMENTED: .Bd -file",
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196 "argument count wrong, violates syntax",
197 "child violates parent syntax",
198 "argument count wrong, violates syntax",
199 "NOT IMPLEMENTED: .so with absolute path or \"..\"",
200 "no document body",
201 "no document prologue",
202 "static buffer exhausted",
203};
204
205static const char * const mandoclevels[MANDOCLEVEL_MAX] = {
206 "SUCCESS",
207 "RESERVED",
208 "WARNING",
209 "ERROR",
210 "FATAL",
211 "BADARG",
212 "SYSERR"
213};
214
215static void
216resize_buf(struct buf *buf, size_t initial)
217{
218
219 buf->sz = buf->sz > initial/2 ? 2 * buf->sz : initial;
220 buf->buf = mandoc_realloc(buf->buf, buf->sz);
221}
222
223static void
224pset(const char *buf, int pos, struct mparse *curp)
225{
226 int i;
227
228 /*
229 * Try to intuit which kind of manual parser should be used. If
230 * passed in by command-line (-man, -mdoc), then use that
231 * explicitly. If passed as -mandoc, then try to guess from the
232 * line: either skip dot-lines, use -mdoc when finding `.Dt', or
233 * default to -man, which is more lenient.
234 *
235 * Separate out pmdoc/pman from mdoc/man: the first persists
236 * through all parsers, while the latter is used per-parse.
237 */
238
239 if ('.' == buf[0] || '\'' == buf[0]) {
240 for (i = 1; buf[i]; i++)
241 if (' ' != buf[i] && '\t' != buf[i])
242 break;
243 if ('\0' == buf[i])
244 return;
245 }
246
247 switch (curp->inttype) {
248 case (MPARSE_MDOC):
249 if (NULL == curp->pmdoc)
36342e81 250 curp->pmdoc = mdoc_alloc(curp->roff, curp);
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251 assert(curp->pmdoc);
252 curp->mdoc = curp->pmdoc;
253 return;
254 case (MPARSE_MAN):
255 if (NULL == curp->pman)
36342e81 256 curp->pman = man_alloc(curp->roff, curp);
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257 assert(curp->pman);
258 curp->man = curp->pman;
259 return;
260 default:
261 break;
262 }
263
264 if (pos >= 3 && 0 == memcmp(buf, ".Dd", 3)) {
265 if (NULL == curp->pmdoc)
36342e81 266 curp->pmdoc = mdoc_alloc(curp->roff, curp);
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267 assert(curp->pmdoc);
268 curp->mdoc = curp->pmdoc;
269 return;
270 }
271
272 if (NULL == curp->pman)
36342e81 273 curp->pman = man_alloc(curp->roff, curp);
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274 assert(curp->pman);
275 curp->man = curp->pman;
276}
277
278/*
279 * Main parse routine for an opened file. This is called for each
280 * opened file and simply loops around the full input file, possibly
281 * nesting (i.e., with `so').
282 */
283static void
284mparse_buf_r(struct mparse *curp, struct buf blk, int start)
285{
286 const struct tbl_span *span;
287 struct buf ln;
288 enum rofferr rr;
289 int i, of, rc;
290 int pos; /* byte number in the ln buffer */
291 int lnn; /* line number in the real file */
292 unsigned char c;
293
294 memset(&ln, 0, sizeof(struct buf));
295
296 lnn = curp->line;
297 pos = 0;
298
299 for (i = 0; i < (int)blk.sz; ) {
300 if (0 == pos && '\0' == blk.buf[i])
301 break;
302
303 if (start) {
304 curp->line = lnn;
305 curp->reparse_count = 0;
306 }
307
308 while (i < (int)blk.sz && (start || '\0' != blk.buf[i])) {
309
310 /*
311 * When finding an unescaped newline character,
312 * leave the character loop to process the line.
313 * Skip a preceding carriage return, if any.
314 */
315
316 if ('\r' == blk.buf[i] && i + 1 < (int)blk.sz &&
317 '\n' == blk.buf[i + 1])
318 ++i;
319 if ('\n' == blk.buf[i]) {
320 ++i;
321 ++lnn;
322 break;
323 }
324
325 /*
326 * Warn about bogus characters. If you're using
327 * non-ASCII encoding, you're screwing your
328 * readers. Since I'd rather this not happen,
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329 * I'll be helpful and replace these characters
330 * with "?", so we don't display gibberish.
331 * Note to manual writers: use special characters.
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332 */
333
334 c = (unsigned char) blk.buf[i];
335
336 if ( ! (isascii(c) &&
337 (isgraph(c) || isblank(c)))) {
338 mandoc_msg(MANDOCERR_BADCHAR, curp,
36342e81 339 curp->line, pos, NULL);
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341 if (pos >= (int)ln.sz)
342 resize_buf(&ln, 256);
343 ln.buf[pos++] = '?';
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344 continue;
345 }
346
347 /* Trailing backslash = a plain char. */
348
349 if ('\\' != blk.buf[i] || i + 1 == (int)blk.sz) {
350 if (pos >= (int)ln.sz)
351 resize_buf(&ln, 256);
352 ln.buf[pos++] = blk.buf[i++];
353 continue;
354 }
355
356 /*
357 * Found escape and at least one other character.
358 * When it's a newline character, skip it.
359 * When there is a carriage return in between,
360 * skip that one as well.
361 */
362
363 if ('\r' == blk.buf[i + 1] && i + 2 < (int)blk.sz &&
364 '\n' == blk.buf[i + 2])
365 ++i;
366 if ('\n' == blk.buf[i + 1]) {
367 i += 2;
368 ++lnn;
369 continue;
370 }
371
a4c7eb57 372 if ('"' == blk.buf[i + 1] || '#' == blk.buf[i + 1]) {
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373 i += 2;
374 /* Comment, skip to end of line */
375 for (; i < (int)blk.sz; ++i) {
376 if ('\n' == blk.buf[i]) {
377 ++i;
378 ++lnn;
379 break;
380 }
381 }
382
383 /* Backout trailing whitespaces */
384 for (; pos > 0; --pos) {
385 if (ln.buf[pos - 1] != ' ')
386 break;
387 if (pos > 2 && ln.buf[pos - 2] == '\\')
388 break;
389 }
390 break;
391 }
392
393 /* Some other escape sequence, copy & cont. */
394
395 if (pos + 1 >= (int)ln.sz)
396 resize_buf(&ln, 256);
397
398 ln.buf[pos++] = blk.buf[i++];
399 ln.buf[pos++] = blk.buf[i++];
400 }
401
402 if (pos >= (int)ln.sz)
403 resize_buf(&ln, 256);
404
405 ln.buf[pos] = '\0';
406
407 /*
408 * A significant amount of complexity is contained by
409 * the roff preprocessor. It's line-oriented but can be
410 * expressed on one line, so we need at times to
411 * readjust our starting point and re-run it. The roff
412 * preprocessor can also readjust the buffers with new
413 * data, so we pass them in wholesale.
414 */
415
416 of = 0;
417
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418 /*
419 * Maintain a lookaside buffer of all parsed lines. We
420 * only do this if mparse_keep() has been invoked (the
421 * buffer may be accessed with mparse_getkeep()).
422 */
423
424 if (curp->secondary) {
425 curp->secondary->buf =
426 mandoc_realloc
427 (curp->secondary->buf,
428 curp->secondary->sz + pos + 2);
429 memcpy(curp->secondary->buf +
430 curp->secondary->sz,
431 ln.buf, pos);
432 curp->secondary->sz += pos;
433 curp->secondary->buf
434 [curp->secondary->sz] = '\n';
435 curp->secondary->sz++;
436 curp->secondary->buf
437 [curp->secondary->sz] = '\0';
438 }
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439rerun:
440 rr = roff_parseln
441 (curp->roff, curp->line,
442 &ln.buf, &ln.sz, of, &of);
443
444 switch (rr) {
445 case (ROFF_REPARSE):
446 if (REPARSE_LIMIT >= ++curp->reparse_count)
447 mparse_buf_r(curp, ln, 0);
448 else
449 mandoc_msg(MANDOCERR_ROFFLOOP, curp,
450 curp->line, pos, NULL);
451 pos = 0;
452 continue;
453 case (ROFF_APPEND):
454 pos = (int)strlen(ln.buf);
455 continue;
456 case (ROFF_RERUN):
457 goto rerun;
458 case (ROFF_IGN):
459 pos = 0;
460 continue;
461 case (ROFF_ERR):
462 assert(MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL <= curp->file_status);
463 break;
464 case (ROFF_SO):
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465 /*
466 * We remove `so' clauses from our lookaside
467 * buffer because we're going to descend into
468 * the file recursively.
469 */
470 if (curp->secondary)
471 curp->secondary->sz -= pos + 1;
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472 mparse_readfd_r(curp, -1, ln.buf + of, 1);
473 if (MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL <= curp->file_status)
474 break;
475 pos = 0;
476 continue;
477 default:
478 break;
479 }
480
481 /*
482 * If we encounter errors in the recursive parse, make
483 * sure we don't continue parsing.
484 */
485
486 if (MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL <= curp->file_status)
487 break;
488
489 /*
490 * If input parsers have not been allocated, do so now.
a4c7eb57 491 * We keep these instanced between parsers, but set them
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492 * locally per parse routine since we can use different
493 * parsers with each one.
494 */
495
496 if ( ! (curp->man || curp->mdoc))
497 pset(ln.buf + of, pos - of, curp);
498
499 /*
500 * Lastly, push down into the parsers themselves. One
501 * of these will have already been set in the pset()
502 * routine.
503 * If libroff returns ROFF_TBL, then add it to the
504 * currently open parse. Since we only get here if
505 * there does exist data (see tbl_data.c), we're
506 * guaranteed that something's been allocated.
507 * Do the same for ROFF_EQN.
508 */
509
510 rc = -1;
511
512 if (ROFF_TBL == rr)
513 while (NULL != (span = roff_span(curp->roff))) {
514 rc = curp->man ?
515 man_addspan(curp->man, span) :
516 mdoc_addspan(curp->mdoc, span);
517 if (0 == rc)
518 break;
519 }
520 else if (ROFF_EQN == rr)
521 rc = curp->mdoc ?
522 mdoc_addeqn(curp->mdoc,
523 roff_eqn(curp->roff)) :
524 man_addeqn(curp->man,
525 roff_eqn(curp->roff));
526 else if (curp->man || curp->mdoc)
527 rc = curp->man ?
528 man_parseln(curp->man,
529 curp->line, ln.buf, of) :
530 mdoc_parseln(curp->mdoc,
531 curp->line, ln.buf, of);
532
533 if (0 == rc) {
534 assert(MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL <= curp->file_status);
535 break;
536 }
537
538 /* Temporary buffers typically are not full. */
539
540 if (0 == start && '\0' == blk.buf[i])
541 break;
542
543 /* Start the next input line. */
544
545 pos = 0;
546 }
547
548 free(ln.buf);
549}
550
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551static int
552read_whole_file(const char *file, int fd, struct buf *fb, int *with_mmap)
553{
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554 size_t off;
555 ssize_t ssz;
556
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557#ifdef HAVE_MMAP
558 struct stat st;
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559 if (-1 == fstat(fd, &st)) {
560 perror(file);
561 return(0);
562 }
563
564 /*
565 * If we're a regular file, try just reading in the whole entry
566 * via mmap(). This is faster than reading it into blocks, and
567 * since each file is only a few bytes to begin with, I'm not
568 * concerned that this is going to tank any machines.
569 */
570
571 if (S_ISREG(st.st_mode)) {
572 if (st.st_size >= (1U << 31)) {
573 fprintf(stderr, "%s: input too large\n", file);
574 return(0);
575 }
576 *with_mmap = 1;
577 fb->sz = (size_t)st.st_size;
578 fb->buf = mmap(NULL, fb->sz, PROT_READ,
579 MAP_FILE|MAP_SHARED, fd, 0);
580 if (fb->buf != MAP_FAILED)
581 return(1);
582 }
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584
585 /*
586 * If this isn't a regular file (like, say, stdin), then we must
587 * go the old way and just read things in bit by bit.
588 */
589
590 *with_mmap = 0;
591 off = 0;
592 fb->sz = 0;
593 fb->buf = NULL;
594 for (;;) {
595 if (off == fb->sz) {
596 if (fb->sz == (1U << 31)) {
597 fprintf(stderr, "%s: input too large\n", file);
598 break;
599 }
600 resize_buf(fb, 65536);
601 }
602 ssz = read(fd, fb->buf + (int)off, fb->sz - off);
603 if (ssz == 0) {
604 fb->sz = off;
605 return(1);
606 }
607 if (ssz == -1) {
608 perror(file);
609 break;
610 }
611 off += (size_t)ssz;
612 }
613
614 free(fb->buf);
615 fb->buf = NULL;
616 return(0);
617}
618
619static void
620mparse_end(struct mparse *curp)
621{
622
623 if (MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL <= curp->file_status)
624 return;
625
626 if (curp->mdoc && ! mdoc_endparse(curp->mdoc)) {
627 assert(MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL <= curp->file_status);
628 return;
629 }
630
631 if (curp->man && ! man_endparse(curp->man)) {
632 assert(MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL <= curp->file_status);
633 return;
634 }
635
636 if ( ! (curp->man || curp->mdoc)) {
637 mandoc_msg(MANDOCERR_NOTMANUAL, curp, 1, 0, NULL);
638 curp->file_status = MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL;
639 return;
640 }
641
642 roff_endparse(curp->roff);
643}
644
645static void
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646mparse_parse_buffer(struct mparse *curp, struct buf blk, const char *file,
647 int re)
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648{
649 const char *svfile;
650
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651 /* Line number is per-file. */
652 svfile = curp->file;
653 curp->file = file;
654 curp->line = 1;
655
656 mparse_buf_r(curp, blk, 1);
657
658 if (0 == re && MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL > curp->file_status)
659 mparse_end(curp);
660
661 curp->file = svfile;
662}
663
664enum mandoclevel
665mparse_readmem(struct mparse *curp, const void *buf, size_t len,
666 const char *file)
667{
668 struct buf blk;
669
670 blk.buf = UNCONST(buf);
671 blk.sz = len;
672
673 mparse_parse_buffer(curp, blk, file, 0);
674 return(curp->file_status);
675}
676
677static void
678mparse_readfd_r(struct mparse *curp, int fd, const char *file, int re)
679{
680 struct buf blk;
681 int with_mmap;
682
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683 if (-1 == fd)
684 if (-1 == (fd = open(file, O_RDONLY, 0))) {
685 perror(file);
686 curp->file_status = MANDOCLEVEL_SYSERR;
687 return;
688 }
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689 /*
690 * Run for each opened file; may be called more than once for
691 * each full parse sequence if the opened file is nested (i.e.,
692 * from `so'). Simply sucks in the whole file and moves into
693 * the parse phase for the file.
694 */
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696 if ( ! read_whole_file(file, fd, &blk, &with_mmap)) {
697 curp->file_status = MANDOCLEVEL_SYSERR;
698 return;
699 }
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36342e81 701 mparse_parse_buffer(curp, blk, file, re);
60e1e752 702
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703#ifdef HAVE_MMAP
704 if (with_mmap)
705 munmap(blk.buf, blk.sz);
706 else
707#endif
708 free(blk.buf);
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709
710 if (STDIN_FILENO != fd && -1 == close(fd))
711 perror(file);
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712}
713
714enum mandoclevel
715mparse_readfd(struct mparse *curp, int fd, const char *file)
716{
717
718 mparse_readfd_r(curp, fd, file, 0);
719 return(curp->file_status);
720}
721
722struct mparse *
723mparse_alloc(enum mparset inttype, enum mandoclevel wlevel, mandocmsg mmsg, void *arg)
724{
725 struct mparse *curp;
726
727 assert(wlevel <= MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL);
728
729 curp = mandoc_calloc(1, sizeof(struct mparse));
730
731 curp->wlevel = wlevel;
732 curp->mmsg = mmsg;
733 curp->arg = arg;
734 curp->inttype = inttype;
735
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737 return(curp);
738}
739
740void
741mparse_reset(struct mparse *curp)
742{
743
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744 roff_reset(curp->roff);
745
746 if (curp->mdoc)
747 mdoc_reset(curp->mdoc);
748 if (curp->man)
749 man_reset(curp->man);
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750 if (curp->secondary)
751 curp->secondary->sz = 0;
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753 curp->file_status = MANDOCLEVEL_OK;
754 curp->mdoc = NULL;
755 curp->man = NULL;
756}
757
758void
759mparse_free(struct mparse *curp)
760{
761
762 if (curp->pmdoc)
763 mdoc_free(curp->pmdoc);
764 if (curp->pman)
765 man_free(curp->pman);
766 if (curp->roff)
767 roff_free(curp->roff);
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769 free(curp->secondary->buf);
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772 free(curp);
773}
774
775void
776mparse_result(struct mparse *curp, struct mdoc **mdoc, struct man **man)
777{
778
779 if (mdoc)
780 *mdoc = curp->mdoc;
781 if (man)
782 *man = curp->man;
783}
784
785void
786mandoc_vmsg(enum mandocerr t, struct mparse *m,
787 int ln, int pos, const char *fmt, ...)
788{
789 char buf[256];
790 va_list ap;
791
792 va_start(ap, fmt);
793 vsnprintf(buf, sizeof(buf) - 1, fmt, ap);
794 va_end(ap);
795
796 mandoc_msg(t, m, ln, pos, buf);
797}
798
799void
800mandoc_msg(enum mandocerr er, struct mparse *m,
801 int ln, int col, const char *msg)
802{
803 enum mandoclevel level;
804
805 level = MANDOCLEVEL_FATAL;
806 while (er < mandoclimits[level])
807 level--;
808
809 if (level < m->wlevel)
810 return;
811
812 if (m->mmsg)
813 (*m->mmsg)(er, level, m->file, ln, col, msg);
814
815 if (m->file_status < level)
816 m->file_status = level;
817}
818
819const char *
820mparse_strerror(enum mandocerr er)
821{
822
823 return(mandocerrs[er]);
824}
825
826const char *
827mparse_strlevel(enum mandoclevel lvl)
828{
829 return(mandoclevels[lvl]);
830}
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832void
833mparse_keep(struct mparse *p)
834{
835
836 assert(NULL == p->secondary);
837 p->secondary = mandoc_calloc(1, sizeof(struct buf));
838}
839
840const char *
841mparse_getkeep(const struct mparse *p)
842{
843
844 assert(p->secondary);
845 return(p->secondary->sz ? p->secondary->buf : NULL);
846}