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mail-lib / mail-utils.el

;;; mail-utils.el --- utility functions used both by rmail and rnews

;; Copyright (C) 1985 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

;; Maintainer: FSF
;; Keywords: mail, news

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;;; Commentary:

;; Utility functions for mail and netnews handling.  These handle fine
;; points of header parsing.

;;; Code:

;;; We require lisp-mode to make sure that lisp-mode-syntax-table has
;;; been initialized.
(require 'lisp-mode)
(defcustom mail-use-rfc822 nil "\
*If non-nil, use a full, hairy RFC822 parser on mail addresses.
Otherwise, (the default) use a smaller, somewhat faster, and
often correct parser."
  :type 'boolean
  :group 'mail)

;; Returns t if file FILE is an Rmail file.
(defun mail-file-babyl-p (file)
  (let ((buf (generate-new-buffer " *rmail-file-p*")))
	  (set-buffer buf)
	  (insert-file-contents file nil 0 100)
	  (looking-at "BABYL OPTIONS:"))
      (kill-buffer buf))))

(defun mail-string-delete (string start end)
  "Returns a string containing all of STRING except the part
from START (inclusive) to END (exclusive)."
  (if (null end) (substring string 0 start)
    (concat (substring string 0 start)
	    (substring string end nil))))

(defvar mail-rewrite-address-function nil
  "Function called at the end of `mail-strip-quoted-names' if defined.
May be used for X.400 rewriting, etc.")

(defun mail-strip-quoted-names (address)
  "Delete comments and quoted strings in an address list ADDRESS.
Also delete leading/trailing whitespace and replace FOO <BAR> with just BAR.
Return a modified address list."
  (if (null address)
    (if mail-use-rfc822
	(progn (require 'rfc822)
	       (mapconcat 'identity (rfc822-addresses address) ", "))
      (let (pos)

       ;; Detect nested comments.
       (if (string-match "[ \t]*(\\([^)\\]\\|\\\\.\\|\\\\\n\\)*(" address)
	   ;; Strip nested comments.
	     (set-buffer (get-buffer-create " *temp*"))
	     (insert address)
	     (set-syntax-table lisp-mode-syntax-table)
	     (goto-char 1)
	     (while (search-forward "(" nil t)
	       (forward-char -1)
	       (skip-chars-backward " \t")
	       (delete-region (point)
				(condition-case ()
				    (forward-sexp 1)
				  (error (goto-char (point-max))))
	     (setq address (buffer-string))
	 ;; Strip non-nested comments an easier way.
	 (while (setq pos (string-match 
			    ;; This doesn't hack rfc822 nested comments
			    ;;  `(xyzzy (foo) whinge)' properly.  Big deal.
			    "[ \t]*(\\([^)\\]\\|\\\\.\\|\\\\\n\\)*)"
	   (setq address
		 (mail-string-delete address
				     pos (match-end 0)))))

       ;; strip surrounding whitespace
       (string-match "\\`[ \t\n]*" address)
       (setq address (substring address
				(match-end 0)
				(string-match "[ \t\n]*\\'" address
					      (match-end 0))))

       ;; strip `quoted' names (This is supposed to hack `"Foo Bar" <bar@host>')
       (setq pos 0)
       (while (setq pos (string-match
                          "\\([ \t]?\\)[ \t]*\"\\([^\"\\]\\|\\\\.\\|\\\\\n\\)*\"[ \t\n]*"
			  address pos))
	 ;; If the next thing is "@", we have "foo bar"@host.  Leave it.
	 (if (and (> (length address) (match-end 0))
		  (= (aref address (match-end 0)) ?@))
	     (setq pos (match-end 0))
	   (setq address
		 (mail-string-delete address
                                     (match-end 1) (match-end 0)))))
       ;; Retain only part of address in <> delims, if there is such a thing.
       (while (setq pos (string-match "\\(,\\s-*\\|\\`\\)[^,]*<\\([^>,:]*>\\)"
	 (let ((junk-beg (match-end 1))
	       (junk-end (match-beginning 2))
	       (close (match-end 0)))
	   (setq address (mail-string-delete address (1- close) close))
	   (setq address (mail-string-delete address junk-beg junk-end))))
       (if (fboundp mail-rewrite-address-function)
	   (funcall mail-rewrite-address-function address)

;; rmail-dont-reply-to-names is an autoloaded variable in rmail-mini.el
(defun rmail-dont-reply-to (userids)
  "Returns string of mail addresses USERIDS sans any recipients
that start with matches for `rmail-dont-reply-to-names'.
Usenet paths ending in an element that matches are removed also."
  (if (null rmail-dont-reply-to-names)
      (setq rmail-dont-reply-to-names
	    (concat (if rmail-default-dont-reply-to-names
			(concat rmail-default-dont-reply-to-names "\\|")
		    (concat (regexp-quote (user-login-name))
  (let ((match (concat "\\(^\\|,\\)[ \t\n]*"
		       ;; Can anyone figure out what this is for?
		       ;; Is it an obsolete remnant of another way of
		       ;; handling Foo Bar <foo@machine>?
		             ;; Include the human name that precedes <foo@bar>.
			     "<\\(" rmail-dont-reply-to-names "\\)"
	(case-fold-search t)
	pos epos)
    (while (setq pos (string-match match userids pos))
      ;; If there's a match, it starts at the beginning of the string,
      ;; or with `,'.  We must delete from that position to the
      ;; end of the user-id which starts at match-beginning 2.
      (let (inside-quotes quote-pos)
	  (while (and (setq quote-pos (string-match "\"" userids quote-pos))
		      (< quote-pos pos))
	    (setq quote-pos (1+ quote-pos))
	    (setq inside-quotes (not inside-quotes))))
	(if inside-quotes
	    ;; Advance to next even-parity quote, and scan from there.
	    (setq pos (string-match "\"" userids pos))
	  (setq userids (replace-match "" nil nil userids)))))
    ;; get rid of any trailing commas
    (if (setq pos (string-match "[ ,\t\n]*\\'" userids))
	(setq userids (substring userids 0 pos)))
    ;; remove leading spaces. they bother me.
    (if (string-match "\\(\\s \\|,\\)*" userids)
	(substring userids (match-end 0))

(defun mail-fetch-field (field-name &optional last all list)
  "Return the value of the header field whose type is FIELD-NAME.
The buffer is expected to be narrowed to just the header of the message.
If second arg LAST is non-nil, use the last field of type FIELD-NAME.
If third arg ALL is non-nil, concatenate all such fields with commas between.
If 4th arg LIST is non-nil, return a list of all such fields."
    (goto-char (point-min))
    (let ((case-fold-search t)
	  (name (concat "^" (regexp-quote field-name) "[ \t]*:[ \t]*")))
      (if (or all list)
	  (let ((value (if all "")))
	    (while (re-search-forward name nil t)
	      (let ((opoint (point)))
		(while (progn (forward-line 1)
			      (looking-at "[ \t]")))
		;; Back up over newline, then trailing spaces or tabs
		(forward-char -1)
		(skip-chars-backward " \t" opoint)
		(if list
		    (setq value (cons (buffer-substring-no-properties
				       opoint (point))
		  (setq value (concat value
				      (if (string= value "") "" ", ")
				       opoint (point)))))))
	    (if list
	      (and (not (string= value "")) value)))
	(if (re-search-forward name nil t)
	      (if last (while (re-search-forward name nil t)))
	      (let ((opoint (point)))
		(while (progn (forward-line 1)
			      (looking-at "[ \t]")))
		;; Back up over newline, then trailing spaces or tabs
		(forward-char -1)
		(skip-chars-backward " \t" opoint)
		(buffer-substring-no-properties opoint (point)))))))))
;; Parse a list of tokens separated by commas.
;; It runs from point to the end of the visible part of the buffer.
;; Whitespace before or after tokens is ignored,
;; but whitespace within tokens is kept.
(defun mail-parse-comma-list ()
  (let (accumulated
    (skip-chars-forward " \t\n")
    (while (not (eobp))
      (setq beg (point))
      (skip-chars-forward "^,")
      (skip-chars-backward " \t\n")
      (setq accumulated
	    (cons (buffer-substring-no-properties beg (point))
      (skip-chars-forward "^,")
      (skip-chars-forward ", \t\n"))

(defun mail-comma-list-regexp (labels)
  (let (pos)
    (setq pos (or (string-match "[^ \t]" labels) 0))
    ;; Remove leading and trailing whitespace.
    (setq labels (substring labels pos (string-match "[ \t]*$" labels pos)))
    ;; Change each comma to \|, and flush surrounding whitespace.
    (while (setq pos (string-match "[ \t]*,[ \t]*" labels))
      (setq labels
	    (concat (substring labels 0 pos)
		    (substring labels (match-end 0))))))
(defun mail-rfc822-time-zone (time)
  (let* ((sec (or (car (current-time-zone time)) 0))
	 (absmin (/ (abs sec) 60)))
    (format "%c%02d%02d" (if (< sec 0) ?- ?+) (/ absmin 60) (% absmin 60))))

(defun mail-rfc822-date ()
  (let* ((time (current-time))
	 (s (current-time-string time)))
    (string-match "[^ ]+ +\\([^ ]+\\) +\\([^ ]+\\) \\([^ ]+\\) \\([^ ]+\\)" s)
    (concat (substring s (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2)) " "
	    (substring s (match-beginning 1) (match-end 1)) " "
	    (substring s (match-beginning 4) (match-end 4)) " "
	    (substring s (match-beginning 3) (match-end 3)) " "
	    (mail-rfc822-time-zone time))))

(provide 'mail-utils)

;;; mail-utils.el ends here