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+(in-package "SB-BSD-SOCKETS")
+;;;; Methods, classes, functions for sockets.  Protocol-specific stuff
+;;;; is deferred to inet.lisp, unix.lisp, etc
+#|| <h2>SOCKETs</h2>
+(eval-when (:load-toplevel :compile-toplevel :execute)
+(defclass socket ()
+  ((file-descriptor :initarg :descriptor
+		    :reader socket-file-descriptor)
+   (family :initform (error "No socket family") :reader socket-family)
+   (protocol :initarg :protocol :reader socket-protocol)
+   (type  :initarg :type :reader socket-type)
+   (stream))))
+(defmethod print-object ((object socket) stream)
+  (print-unreadable-object (object stream :type t :identity t)
+                           (princ "descriptor " stream)
+                           (princ (slot-value object 'file-descriptor) stream)))
+(defmethod shared-initialize :after ((socket socket) slot-names
+				     &key protocol type
+				     &allow-other-keys)
+  (let* ((proto-num
+	  (cond ((and protocol (keywordp protocol))
+		 (get-protocol-by-name (string-downcase (symbol-name protocol))))
+		(protocol protocol)
+		(t 0)))
+	 (fd (or (and (slot-boundp socket 'file-descriptor)
+		      (socket-file-descriptor socket))
+		 (sockint::socket (socket-family socket)
+				  (ecase type
+				    ((:datagram) sockint::sock-dgram)
+				    ((:stream) sockint::sock-stream))
+				  proto-num))))
+      (if (= fd -1) (socket-error "socket"))
+      (setf (slot-value socket 'file-descriptor) fd
+	    (slot-value socket 'protocol) proto-num
+	    (slot-value socket 'type) type)
+      (sb-ext:finalize socket (lambda () (sockint::close fd)))))
+;; we deliberately redesign the "bind" interface: instead of passing a
+;; sockaddr_something as second arg, we pass the elements of one as
+;; multiple arguments.
+(defgeneric socket-bind (socket &rest address))
+(defmethod socket-bind ((socket socket)
+                        &rest address)
+  "Bind SOCKET to ADDRESS, which may vary according to socket family.  For
+the INET family, pass ADDRESS and PORT as two arguments; for FILE address
+family sockets, pass the filename string.  See also bind(2)"
+  (let ((sockaddr (apply #'make-sockaddr-for socket nil address)))
+    (if (= (sb-sys:without-gcing
+	    (sockint::bind (socket-file-descriptor socket)
+			   (sockint::array-data-address sockaddr)
+			   (size-of-sockaddr socket)))
+           -1)
+        (socket-error "bind"))))
+(defmethod socket-accept ((socket socket))
+  "Perform the accept(2) call, returning a newly-created connected socket
+and the peer address as multiple values"
+  (let* ((sockaddr (make-sockaddr-for socket))
+         (fd (sb-sys:without-gcing
+	      (sockint::accept (socket-file-descriptor socket)
+			       (sockint::array-data-address sockaddr)
+			       (size-of-sockaddr socket)))))
+    (apply #'values
+	   (if (= fd -1)
+	       (socket-error "accept") 
+	       (let ((s (make-instance (class-of socket)
+				       :type (socket-type socket)
+				       :protocol (socket-protocol socket)
+				       :descriptor fd)))
+		 (sb-ext:finalize s (lambda () (sockint::close fd)))))
+	   (multiple-value-list (bits-of-sockaddr socket sockaddr)))))
+(defgeneric socket-connect (socket &rest address))
+(defmethod socket-connect ((socket socket) &rest peer)
+  "Perform the connect(2) call to connect SOCKET to a remote PEER.  No useful return value"
+  (let* ((sockaddr (apply #'make-sockaddr-for socket nil peer)))
+    (if (= (sb-sys:without-gcing
+	    (sockint::connect (socket-file-descriptor socket)
+			      (sockint::array-data-address sockaddr)
+			      (size-of-sockaddr socket)))
+	   -1)
+	(socket-error "connect") )))
+(defmethod socket-peername ((socket socket))
+  "Return the socket's peer; depending on the address family this may return multiple values"  
+  (let* ((sockaddr (make-sockaddr-for socket)))
+    (when (= (sb-sys:without-gcing
+	      (sockint::getpeername (socket-file-descriptor socket)
+				    (sockint::array-data-address sockaddr)
+				    (size-of-sockaddr socket)))
+	     -1)
+      (socket-error "getpeername"))
+    (bits-of-sockaddr socket sockaddr)))
+(defmethod socket-name ((socket socket))
+  "Return the address (as vector of bytes) and port that the socket is bound to, as multiple values"
+  (let* ((sockaddr (make-sockaddr-for socket)))
+    (when (= (sb-sys:without-gcing
+	      (sockint::getsockname (socket-file-descriptor socket)
+				    (sockint::array-data-address sockaddr)
+				    (size-of-sockaddr socket)))
+	     -1)
+      (socket-error "getsockname"))
+    (bits-of-sockaddr socket sockaddr)))
+;;; There are a whole bunch of interesting things you can do with a
+;;; socket that don't really map onto "do stream io", especially in
+;;; CL which has no portable concept of a "short read".  socket-receive
+;;; allows us to read from an unconnected socket into a buffer, and
+;;; to learn who the sender of the packet was
+(defmethod socket-receive ((socket socket) buffer length
+			 &key
+			 oob peek waitall
+			 (element-type 'character))
+  "Read LENGTH octets from SOCKET into BUFFER (or a freshly-consed buffer if
+NIL), using recvfrom(2).  If LENGTH is NIL, the length of BUFFER is
+used, so at least one of these two arguments must be non-NIL.  If
+BUFFER is supplied, it had better be of an element type one octet wide.
+Returns the buffer, its length, and the address of the peer
+that sent it, as multiple values.  On datagram sockets, sets MSG_TRUNC
+so that the actual packet length is returned even if the buffer was too
+  (let ((flags
+	 (logior (if oob sockint::MSG-OOB 0)
+		 (if peek sockint::MSG-PEEK 0)
+		 (if waitall sockint::MSG-WAITALL 0)
+		 sockint::MSG-NOSIGNAL	;don't send us SIGPIPE
+		 (if (eql (socket-type socket) :datagram)
+		     sockint::msg-TRUNC 0)))
+	(sockaddr (make-sockaddr-for socket)))
+    (unless (or buffer length)
+      (error "Must supply at least one of BUFFER or LENGTH"))
+    (unless buffer
+      (setf buffer (make-array length :element-type element-type)))
+    (sb-alien:with-alien ((sa-len (array (sb-alien:unsigned 32) 2)))
+      (setf (sb-alien:deref sa-len 0) (size-of-sockaddr socket))
+      (sb-sys:without-gcing 
+       (let ((len
+	      (sockint::recvfrom (socket-file-descriptor socket)
+				 (sockint::array-data-address buffer)
+				 (or length (length buffer))
+				 flags
+				 (sockint::array-data-address sockaddr)
+				 (sb-alien:cast sa-len (* integer)))))
+	 (when (= len -1) (socket-error "recvfrom"))
+	 (apply #'values buffer len (multiple-value-list
+				     (bits-of-sockaddr socket sockaddr))))))))
+(defmethod socket-listen ((socket socket) backlog)
+  "Mark SOCKET as willing to accept incoming connections.  BACKLOG
+defines the maximum length that the queue of pending connections may
+grow to before new connection attempts are refused.  See also listen(2)"
+  (let ((r (sockint::listen (socket-file-descriptor socket) backlog)))
+    (if (= r -1)
+        (socket-error "listen"))))
+(defmethod socket-close ((socket socket))
+  "Close SOCKET.  May throw any kind of error that write(2) would have
+thrown.  If SOCKET-MAKE-STREAM has been called, calls CLOSE on that
+stream instead"
+  ;; the close(2) manual page has all kinds of warning about not
+  ;; checking the return value of close, on the grounds that an
+  ;; earlier write(2) might have returned successfully w/o actually
+  ;; writing the stuff to disk.  It then goes on to define the only
+  ;; possible error return as EBADF (fd isn't a valid open file
+  ;; descriptor).  Presumably this is an oversight and we could also
+  ;; get anything that write(2) would have given us.
+  ;; What we do: we catch EBADF.  It should only ever happen if
+  ;; (a) someone's closed the socket already (stream closing seems
+  ;; to have this effect) or (b) the caller is messing around with
+  ;; socket internals.  That's not supported, dude
+  (if (slot-boundp socket 'stream)
+      (close (slot-value socket 'stream))  ;; closes socket as well
+    (handler-case
+     (if (= (sockint::close (socket-file-descriptor socket)) -1)
+         (socket-error "close"))
+     (bad-file-descriptor-error (c) (declare (ignore c)) nil)
+     (:no-error (c)  (declare (ignore c)) nil))))
+(defmethod socket-make-stream ((socket socket)  &rest args)
+  "Find or create a STREAM that can be used for IO on SOCKET (which
+must be connected).  ARGS are passed onto SB-SYS:MAKE-FD-STREAM."
+  (let ((stream
+	 (and (slot-boundp socket 'stream) (slot-value socket 'stream))))
+    (unless stream
+      (setf stream (apply #'sb-sys:make-fd-stream
+			  (socket-file-descriptor socket) args))
+      (setf (slot-value socket 'stream) stream)
+      (sb-ext:cancel-finalization socket))
+    stream))
+;;; Error handling
+(define-condition socket-error (error)
+  ((errno :initform nil
+          :initarg :errno  
+          :reader socket-error-errno) 
+   (symbol :initform nil :initarg :symbol :reader socket-error-symbol)
+   (syscall  :initform "outer space" :initarg :syscall :reader socket-error-syscall))
+  (:report (lambda (c s)
+             (let ((num (socket-error-errno c)))
+               (format s "Socket error in \"~A\": ~A (~A)"
+                       (socket-error-syscall c)
+                       (or (socket-error-symbol c) (socket-error-errno c))
+                       #+cmu (sb-unix:get-unix-error-msg num)
+                       #+sbcl (sb-int:strerror num))))))
+;;; watch out for slightly hacky symbol punning: we use both the value
+;;; and the symbol-name of sockint::efoo
+(defmacro define-socket-condition (symbol name)
+  `(progn
+     (define-condition ,name (socket-error)
+       ((symbol :reader socket-error-symbol :initform (quote ,symbol))))
+     (push (cons ,symbol (quote ,name)) *conditions-for-errno*)))
+(defparameter *conditions-for-errno* nil)
+;;; this needs the rest of the list adding to it, really.  They also
+;;; need
+;;; - conditions to be exported in the DEFPACKAGE form
+;;; - symbols to be added to constants.ccon
+;;; I haven't yet thought of a non-kludgey way of keeping all this in
+;;; the same place
+(define-socket-condition sockint::EADDRINUSE address-in-use-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::EAGAIN interrupted-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::EBADF bad-file-descriptor-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::ECONNREFUSED connection-refused-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::EINTR interrupted-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::EINVAL invalid-argument-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::ENOBUFS no-buffers-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::ENOMEM out-of-memory-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::EOPNOTSUPP operation-not-supported-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::EPERM operation-not-permitted-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::EPROTONOSUPPORT protocol-not-supported-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::ESOCKTNOSUPPORT socket-type-not-supported-error)
+(define-socket-condition sockint::ENETUNREACH network-unreachable-error)
+(defun condition-for-errno (err)
+  (or (cdr (assoc err *conditions-for-errno* :test #'eql)) 'socket-error))
+(defun socket-error (where)
+  ;; Peter's debian/x86 cmucl packages (and sbcl, derived from them)
+  ;; use a direct syscall interface, and have to call UNIX-GET-ERRNO
+  ;; to update the value that unix-errno looks at.  On other CMUCL
+  ;; ports, (UNIX-GET-ERRNO) is not needed and doesn't exist
+  (when (fboundp 'unix::unix-get-errno) (unix::unix-get-errno))
+  (let ((condition (condition-for-errno sb-unix:unix-errno)))
+    (error condition :errno sb-unix:unix-errno  :syscall where)))
+(defun socket-error (where)
+  (let* ((errno  (sb-unix::get-errno))
+         (condition (condition-for-errno errno)))
+    (error condition :errno errno  :syscall where)))