/* Copyright (c) 2000, Andy Hood. All rights reserved. Copyright (c) 1993,1994, Joseph Arceneaux. All rights reserved. This file is subject to the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. A copy of this license is included with this software distribution in the file COPYING. If you do not have a copy, you may obtain a copy by writing to the Free Software Foundation, 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA. This software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. */ /* GNU/Emacs style backups -- This behaviour is controlled by two environment variables, VERSION_CONTROL and SIMPLE_BACKUP_SUFFIX. VERSION_CONTROL determines what kinds of backups are made. If it's value is "numbered", then the first modification of some file "eraserhead.c" will yield a backup file "eraserhead.c.~1~", the second modification will yield "eraserhead.c.~2~", and so on. It does not matter if the version numbers are not a sequence; the next version will be one greater than the highest in that directory. If the value of VERSION_CONTROL is "numbered_existing", then such numbered backups will be made if there are already numbered backup versions of the file. Otherwise, the backup name will be that of the original file with "~" (tilde) appended. E.g., "eraserhead.c~". If the value of VERSION_CONTROL is "simple", then the backup name will be that of the original file with "~" appended, regardless of whether or not there exist numbered versions in the directory. For simple backups, the value of SIMPLE_BACKUP_SUFFIX will be used rather than "~" if it is set. If VERSION_CONTROL is unset, "numbered_existing" is assumed. For Emacs lovers, "nil" is equivalent to "numbered_existing" and "t" is equivalent to "numbered". Finally, if VERSION_CONTROL is "none" or "never", backups are not made. I suggest you avoid this behaviour. Added, october 1999 (by Chris F.A. Johnson): If VERSION_WIDTH is set, then it controls zero padding of a numbered suffix. */ /* Written by jla, based on code from djm (see `patch') */ #include #include #ifndef isascii #define ISDIGIT(c) (isdigit ((int) (c))) #else #define ISDIGIT(c) (isascii ((int)c) && isdigit ((int)c)) #endif #include #include #include #include # define NAMLEN(dirent) strlen((dirent)->d_name) #include "backup.h" #ifndef NODIR #if defined (_POSIX_VERSION) /* Might be defined in unistd.h. */ /* POSIX does not require that the d_ino field be present, and some systems do not provide it. */ #define REAL_DIR_ENTRY(dp) 1 #else #define REAL_DIR_ENTRY(dp) ((dp)->d_ino != 0) #endif #else /* NODIR */ #define generate_backup_filename(v,f) simple_backup_name((f)) #endif /* NODIR */ #ifndef BACKUP_SUFFIX_STR #define BACKUP_SUFFIX_STR ".bck" #endif #ifndef BACKUP_SUFFIX_CHAR #define BACKUP_SUFFIX_CHAR '~' #endif #ifndef BACKUP_SUFFIX_FORMAT #define BACKUP_SUFFIX_FORMAT "%s.~%0*d~" #endif /* Default backup file suffix to use */ static char *simple_backup_suffix = BACKUP_SUFFIX_STR; static enum backup_mode version_control = unset; int version_width = 1; /* Construct a simple backup name for PATHNAME by appending the value of `simple_backup_suffix'. */ static char * simple_backup_name (pathname) char *pathname; { char *backup_name; backup_name = malloc (strlen (pathname) + strlen (simple_backup_suffix) + 2); sprintf (backup_name, "%s%s", pathname, simple_backup_suffix); return backup_name; } #ifndef NODIR /* If DIRENTRY is a numbered backup version of file BASE, return that number. BASE_LENGTH is the string length of BASE. */ static int version_number (base, direntry, base_length) char *base; char *direntry; int base_length; { int version; char *p; version = 0; if (!strncmp (base, direntry, base_length) && ISDIGIT (direntry[base_length + 2])) { for (p = &direntry[base_length + 2]; ISDIGIT (*p); ++p) version = version * 10 + *p - '0'; if (p[0] != BACKUP_SUFFIX_CHAR || p[1]) version = 0; } return version; } /* Return the highest version of file FILENAME in directory DIRNAME. Return 0 if there are no numbered versions. */ static int highest_version (filename, dirname) char *filename, *dirname; { DIR *dirp; struct dirent *dp; int highest_version; int this_version; int file_name_length; dirp = opendir (dirname); if (!dirp) return 0; highest_version = 0; file_name_length = strlen (filename); while ((dp = readdir (dirp)) != 0) { if (!REAL_DIR_ENTRY (dp) || NAMLEN (dp) <= file_name_length + 2) continue; this_version = version_number (filename, dp->d_name, file_name_length); if (this_version > highest_version) highest_version = this_version; } closedir (dirp); return highest_version; } /* Return the highest version number for file PATHNAME. If there are no backups, or only a simple backup, return 0. */ static int max_version (pathname) char *pathname; { char *p; char *filename; int pathlen = strlen (pathname); int version; p = pathname + pathlen - 1; while (p > pathname && *p != '/') p--; if (*p == '/') { int dirlen = p - pathname; char *dirname; filename = p + 1; dirname = malloc (dirlen + 1); strncpy (dirname, pathname, (dirlen)); dirname[dirlen] = '\0'; version = highest_version (filename, dirname); free (dirname); return version; } filename = pathname; version = highest_version (filename, "."); return version; } /* Generate a backup filename for PATHNAME, dependent on the value of VERSION_CONTROL. */ char * generate_backup_filename (version_control, pathname) enum backup_mode version_control; char *pathname; { int last_numbered_version; char *backup_name; if (version_control == none) return 0; if (version_control == simple) return simple_backup_name (pathname); last_numbered_version = max_version (pathname); if (version_control == numbered_existing && last_numbered_version == 0) return simple_backup_name (pathname); last_numbered_version++; backup_name = malloc (strlen (pathname) + 16); if (!backup_name) return 0; sprintf (backup_name, BACKUP_SUFFIX_FORMAT, pathname, version_width, (int) last_numbered_version); return backup_name; } #endif /* !NODIR */ static struct version_control_values values[] = { {none, "never"}, /* Don't make backups. */ {none, "none"}, /* Ditto */ {simple, "simple"}, /* Only simple backups */ {numbered_existing, "existing"}, /* Numbered if they already exist */ {numbered_existing, "nil"}, /* Ditto */ {numbered, "numbered"}, /* Numbered backups */ {numbered, "t"}, /* Ditto */ {unknown, 0} /* Initial, undefined value. */ }; /* Determine the value of `version_control' by looking in the environment variable "VERSION_CONTROL". Defaults to numbered_existing. */ enum backup_mode version_control_value () { char *version; struct version_control_values *v; version = getenv ("VERSION_CONTROL"); if (version == 0 || *version == 0) return numbered_existing; v = &values[0]; while (v->name) { if (strcmp (version, v->name) == 0) return v->value; v++; } return unknown; } /* Initialize information used in determining backup filenames. */ void set_version_width(void) { char *v = getenv ("VERSION_WIDTH"); if (v && ISDIGIT(*v)) version_width = atoi(v); if (version_width > 16) version_width = 16; } void initialize_backups () { char *v = getenv ("SIMPLE_BACKUP_SUFFIX"); if (v && *v) simple_backup_suffix = v; #ifdef NODIR version_control = simple; #else /* !NODIR */ version_control = version_control_value (); if (version_control == unknown) { fprintf (stderr, "nedit: Strange version-control value\n"); fprintf (stderr, "nedit: Using numbered-existing\n"); version_control = numbered_existing; } #endif /* !NODIR */ set_version_width (); }