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/// \file       main.c
/// \brief      main()
//  Author:     Lasse Collin
//  This file has been put into the public domain.
//  You can do whatever you want with this file.

#include "private.h"
#include <ctype.h>

/// Exit status to use. This can be changed with set_exit_status().
static enum exit_status_type exit_status = E_SUCCESS;

#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)
/// exit_status has to be protected with a critical section due to
/// how "signal handling" is done on Windows. See signals.c for details.
static CRITICAL_SECTION exit_status_cs;

/// True if --no-warn is specified. When this is true, we don't set
/// the exit status to E_WARNING when something worth a warning happens.
static bool no_warn = false;

extern void
set_exit_status(enum exit_status_type new_status)
	assert(new_status == E_WARNING || new_status == E_ERROR);

#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)

	if (exit_status != E_ERROR)
		exit_status = new_status;

#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)


extern void
	no_warn = true;

static const char *
read_name(const args_info *args)
	// FIXME: Maybe we should have some kind of memory usage limit here
	// like the tool has for the actual compression and decompression.
	// Giving some huge text file with --files0 makes us to read the
	// whole file in RAM.
	static char *name = NULL;
	static size_t size = 256;

	// Allocate the initial buffer. This is never freed, since after it
	// is no longer needed, the program exits very soon. It is safe to
	// use xmalloc() and xrealloc() in this function, because while
	// executing this function, no files are open for writing, and thus
	// there's no need to cleanup anything before exiting.
	if (name == NULL)
		name = xmalloc(size);

	// Write position in name
	size_t pos = 0;

	// Read one character at a time into name.
	while (!user_abort) {
		const int c = fgetc(args->files_file);

		if (ferror(args->files_file)) {
			// Take care of EINTR since we have established
			// the signal handlers already.
			if (errno == EINTR)

			message_error(_("%s: Error reading filenames: %s"),
					args->files_name, strerror(errno));
			return NULL;

		if (feof(args->files_file)) {
			if (pos != 0)
				message_error(_("%s: Unexpected end of input "
						"when reading filenames"),

			return NULL;

		if (c == args->files_delim) {
			// We allow consecutive newline (--files) or '\0'
			// characters (--files0), and ignore such empty
			// filenames.
			if (pos == 0)

			// A non-empty name was read. Terminate it with '\0'
			// and return it.
			name[pos] = '\0';
			return name;

		if (c == '\0') {
			// A null character was found when using --files,
			// which expects plain text input separated with
			// newlines.
			message_error(_("%s: Null character found when "
					"reading filenames; maybe you meant "
					"to use `--files0' instead "
					"of `--files'?"), args->files_name);
			return NULL;

		name[pos++] = c;

		// Allocate more memory if needed. There must always be space
		// at least for one character to allow terminating the string
		// with '\0'.
		if (pos == size) {
			size *= 2;
			name = xrealloc(name, size);

	return NULL;

main(int argc, char **argv)
#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)

	// Set up the progname variable.

	// Initialize the file I/O. This makes sure that
	// stdin, stdout, and stderr are something valid.

	// Set up the locale and message translations.
	tuklib_gettext_init(PACKAGE, LOCALEDIR);

	// Initialize handling of error/warning/other messages.

	// Set hardware-dependent default values. These can be overriden
	// on the command line, thus this must be done before args_parse().

	// Parse the command line arguments and get an array of filenames.
	// This doesn't return if something is wrong with the command line
	// arguments. If there are no arguments, one filename ("-") is still
	// returned to indicate stdin.
	args_info args;
	args_parse(&args, argc, argv);

	if (opt_mode != MODE_LIST && opt_robot)
		message_fatal(_("Compression and decompression with --robot "
			"are not supported yet."));

	// Tell the message handling code how many input files there are if
	// we know it. This way the progress indicator can show it.
	if (args.files_name != NULL)

	// Refuse to write compressed data to standard output if it is
	// a terminal.
	if (opt_mode == MODE_COMPRESS) {
		if (opt_stdout || (args.arg_count == 1
				&& strcmp(args.arg_names[0], "-") == 0)) {
			if (is_tty_stdout()) {
				tuklib_exit(E_ERROR, E_ERROR, false);

	// Set up the signal handlers. We don't need these before we
	// start the actual action and not in --list mode, so this is
	// done after parsing the command line arguments.
	// It's good to keep signal handlers in normal compression and
	// decompression modes even when only writing to stdout, because
	// we might need to restore O_APPEND flag on stdout before exiting.
	// In --test mode, signal handlers aren't really needed, but let's
	// keep them there for consistency with normal decompression.
	if (opt_mode != MODE_LIST)

	// coder_run() handles compression, decompression, and testing.
	// list_file() is for --list.
	void (*run)(const char *filename) = opt_mode == MODE_LIST
			 ? &list_file : &coder_run;

	// Process the files given on the command line. Note that if no names
	// were given, args_parse() gave us a fake "-" filename.
	for (size_t i = 0; i < args.arg_count && !user_abort; ++i) {
		if (strcmp("-", args.arg_names[i]) == 0) {
			// Processing from stdin to stdout. Check that we
			// aren't writing compressed data to a terminal or
			// reading it from a terminal.
			if (opt_mode == MODE_COMPRESS) {
				if (is_tty_stdout())
			} else if (is_tty_stdin()) {

			// It doesn't make sense to compress data from stdin
			// if we are supposed to read filenames from stdin
			// too (enabled with --files or --files0).
			if (args.files_name == stdin_filename) {
				message_error(_("Cannot read data from "
						"standard input when "
						"reading filenames "
						"from standard input"));

			// Replace the "-" with a special pointer, which is
			// recognized by coder_run() and other things.
			// This way error messages get a proper filename
			// string and the code still knows that it is
			// handling the special case of stdin.
			args.arg_names[i] = (char *)stdin_filename;

		// Do the actual compression or decompression.

	// If --files or --files0 was used, process the filenames from the
	// given file or stdin. Note that here we don't consider "-" to
	// indicate stdin like we do with the command line arguments.
	if (args.files_name != NULL) {
		// read_name() checks for user_abort so we don't need to
		// check it as loop termination condition.
		while (true) {
			const char *name = read_name(&args);
			if (name == NULL)

			// read_name() doesn't return empty names.
			assert(name[0] != '\0');

		if (args.files_name != stdin_filename)

	// All files have now been handled. If in --list mode, display
	// the totals before exiting. We don't have signal handlers
	// enabled in --list mode, so we don't need to check user_abort.
	if (opt_mode == MODE_LIST) {

	// If we have got a signal, raise it to kill the program instead
	// of calling tuklib_exit().

	// Make a local copy of exit_status to keep the Windows code
	// thread safe. At this point it is fine if we miss the user
	// pressing C-c and don't set the exit_status to E_ERROR on
	// Windows.
#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)

	enum exit_status_type es = exit_status;

#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(__CYGWIN__)

	// Suppress the exit status indicating a warning if --no-warn
	// was specified.
	if (es == E_WARNING && no_warn)
		es = E_SUCCESS;

	tuklib_exit(es, E_ERROR, message_verbosity_get() != V_SILENT);