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;;;; file system interface functions -- fairly Unix-specific
;;;; This software is part of the SBCL system. See the README file for
;;;; more information.
;;;;
;;;; This software is derived from the CMU CL system, which was
;;;; written at Carnegie Mellon University and released into the
;;;; public domain. The software is in the public domain and is
;;;; provided with absolutely no warranty. See the COPYING and CREDITS
;;;; files for more information.
(in-package "SB!IMPL")
;;;; Unix pathname host support
;;; Unix namestrings have the following format:
;;;
;;; namestring := [ directory ] [ file [ type [ version ]]]
;;; directory := [ "/" | search-list ] { file "/" }*
;;; search-list := [^:/]*:
;;; file := [^/]*
;;; type := "." [^/.]*
;;; version := "." ([0-9]+ | "*")
;;;
;;; FIXME: Search lists are no longer supported.
;;;
;;; Note: this grammar is ambiguous. The string foo.bar.5 can be
;;; parsed as either just the file specified or as specifying the
;;; file, type, and version. Therefore, we use the following rules
;;; when confronted with an ambiguous file.type.version string:
;;;
;;; - If the first character is a dot, it's part of the file. It is not
;;; considered a dot in the following rules.
;;;
;;; - If there is only one dot, it separates the file and the type.
;;;
;;; - If there are multiple dots and the stuff following the last dot
;;; is a valid version, then that is the version and the stuff between
;;; the second to last dot and the last dot is the type.
;;;
;;; Wildcard characters:
;;;
;;; If the directory, file, type components contain any of the
;;; following characters, it is considered part of a wildcard pattern
;;; and has the following meaning.
;;;
;;; ? - matches any character
;;; * - matches any zero or more characters.
;;; [abc] - matches any of a, b, or c.
;;; {str1,str2,...,strn} - matches any of str1, str2, ..., or strn.
;;;
;;; Any of these special characters can be preceded by a backslash to
;;; cause it to be treated as a regular character.
(defun remove-backslashes (namestr start end)
#!+sb-doc
"Remove any occurrences of #\\ from the string because we've already
checked for whatever they may have protected."
(declare (type simple-base-string namestr)
(type index start end))
(let* ((result (make-string (- end start)))
(dst 0)
(quoted nil))
(do ((src start (1+ src)))
((= src end))
(cond (quoted
(setf (schar result dst) (schar namestr src))
(setf quoted nil)
(incf dst))
(t
(let ((char (schar namestr src)))
(cond ((char= char #\\)
(setq quoted t))
(t
(setf (schar result dst) char)
(incf dst)))))))
(when quoted
(error 'namestring-parse-error
:complaint "backslash in a bad place"
:namestring namestr
:offset (1- end)))
(shrink-vector result dst)))
(defvar *ignore-wildcards* nil)
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 86")
(defun maybe-make-pattern (namestr start end)
(declare (type simple-base-string namestr)
(type index start end))
(if *ignore-wildcards*
(subseq namestr start end)
(collect ((pattern))
(let ((quoted nil)
(any-quotes nil)
(last-regular-char nil)
(index start))
(flet ((flush-pending-regulars ()
(when last-regular-char
(pattern (if any-quotes
(remove-backslashes namestr
last-regular-char
index)
(subseq namestr last-regular-char index)))
(setf any-quotes nil)
(setf last-regular-char nil))))
(loop
(when (>= index end)
(return))
(let ((char (schar namestr index)))
(cond (quoted
(incf index)
(setf quoted nil))
((char= char #\\)
(setf quoted t)
(setf any-quotes t)
(unless last-regular-char
(setf last-regular-char index))
(incf index))
((char= char #\?)
(flush-pending-regulars)
(pattern :single-char-wild)
(incf index))
((char= char #\*)
(flush-pending-regulars)
(pattern :multi-char-wild)
(incf index))
((char= char #\[)
(flush-pending-regulars)
(let ((close-bracket
(position #\] namestr :start index :end end)))
(unless close-bracket
(error 'namestring-parse-error
:complaint "#\\[ with no corresponding #\\]"
:namestring namestr
:offset index))
(pattern (list :character-set
(subseq namestr
(1+ index)
close-bracket)))
(setf index (1+ close-bracket))))
(t
(unless last-regular-char
(setf last-regular-char index))
(incf index)))))
(flush-pending-regulars)))
(cond ((null (pattern))
"")
((null (cdr (pattern)))
(let ((piece (first (pattern))))
(typecase piece
((member :multi-char-wild) :wild)
(simple-string piece)
(t
(make-pattern (pattern))))))
(t
(make-pattern (pattern)))))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 160")
(defun extract-name-type-and-version (namestr start end)
(declare (type simple-base-string namestr)
(type index start end))
(let* ((last-dot (position #\. namestr :start (1+ start) :end end
:from-end t))
(second-to-last-dot (and last-dot
(position #\. namestr :start (1+ start)
:end last-dot :from-end t)))
(version :newest))
;; If there is a second-to-last dot, check to see whether there is
;; a valid version after the last dot.
(when second-to-last-dot
(cond ((and (= (+ last-dot 2) end)
(char= (schar namestr (1+ last-dot)) #\*))
(setf version :wild))
((and (< (1+ last-dot) end)
(do ((index (1+ last-dot) (1+ index)))
((= index end) t)
(unless (char<= #\0 (schar namestr index) #\9)
(return nil))))
(setf version
(parse-integer namestr :start (1+ last-dot) :end end)))
(t
(setf second-to-last-dot nil))))
(cond (second-to-last-dot
(values (maybe-make-pattern namestr start second-to-last-dot)
(maybe-make-pattern namestr
(1+ second-to-last-dot)
last-dot)
version))
(last-dot
(values (maybe-make-pattern namestr start last-dot)
(maybe-make-pattern namestr (1+ last-dot) end)
version))
(t
(values (maybe-make-pattern namestr start end)
nil
version)))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 200")
;;; Take a string and return a list of cons cells that mark the char
;;; separated subseq. The first value is true if absolute directories
;;; location.
(defun split-at-slashes (namestr start end)
(declare (type simple-base-string namestr)
(type index start end))
(let ((absolute (and (/= start end)
(char= (schar namestr start) #\/))))
(when absolute
(incf start))
;; Next, split the remainder into slash-separated chunks.
(collect ((pieces))
(loop
(let ((slash (position #\/ namestr :start start :end end)))
(pieces (cons start (or slash end)))
(unless slash
(return))
(setf start (1+ slash))))
(values absolute (pieces)))))
(defun maybe-extract-search-list (namestr start end)
(declare (type simple-base-string namestr)
(type index start end))
(let ((quoted nil))
(do ((index start (1+ index)))
((= index end)
(values nil start))
(if quoted
(setf quoted nil)
(case (schar namestr index)
(#\\
(setf quoted t))
(#\:
(return (values (remove-backslashes namestr start index)
(1+ index)))))))))
(defun parse-unix-namestring (namestr start end)
(declare (type simple-base-string namestr)
(type index start end))
(multiple-value-bind (absolute pieces) (split-at-slashes namestr start end)
(let ((search-list (if absolute
nil
(let ((first (car pieces)))
(multiple-value-bind (search-list new-start)
(maybe-extract-search-list namestr
(car first)
(cdr first))
(when search-list
(setf absolute t)
(setf (car first) new-start))
search-list)))))
(multiple-value-bind (name type version)
(let* ((tail (car (last pieces)))
(tail-start (car tail))
(tail-end (cdr tail)))
(unless (= tail-start tail-end)
(setf pieces (butlast pieces))
(extract-name-type-and-version namestr tail-start tail-end)))
;; PVE: make sure there are no illegal characters in
;; the name, illegal being (code-char 0) and #\/
#!+high-security
(when (and (stringp name)
(find-if #'(lambda (x) (or (char= x (code-char 0))
(char= x #\/)))
name))
(error 'parse-error))
;; Now we have everything we want. So return it.
(values nil ; no host for unix namestrings.
nil ; no devices for unix namestrings.
(collect ((dirs))
(when search-list
(dirs (intern-search-list search-list)))
(dolist (piece pieces)
(let ((piece-start (car piece))
(piece-end (cdr piece)))
(unless (= piece-start piece-end)
(cond ((string= namestr ".." :start1 piece-start
:end1 piece-end)
(dirs :up))
((string= namestr "**" :start1 piece-start
:end1 piece-end)
(dirs :wild-inferiors))
(t
(dirs (maybe-make-pattern namestr
piece-start
piece-end)))))))
(cond (absolute
(cons :absolute (dirs)))
((dirs)
(cons :relative (dirs)))
(t
nil)))
name
type
version)))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 300")
(defun unparse-unix-host (pathname)
(declare (type pathname pathname)
(ignore pathname))
"Unix")
(defun unparse-unix-piece (thing)
(etypecase thing
((member :wild) "*")
(simple-string
(let* ((srclen (length thing))
(dstlen srclen))
(dotimes (i srclen)
(case (schar thing i)
((#\* #\? #\[)
(incf dstlen))))
(let ((result (make-string dstlen))
(dst 0))
(dotimes (src srclen)
(let ((char (schar thing src)))
(case char
((#\* #\? #\[)
(setf (schar result dst) #\\)
(incf dst)))
(setf (schar result dst) char)
(incf dst)))
result)))
(pattern
(collect ((strings))
(dolist (piece (pattern-pieces thing))
(etypecase piece
(simple-string
(strings piece))
(symbol
(ecase piece
(:multi-char-wild
(strings "*"))
(:single-char-wild
(strings "?"))))
(cons
(case (car piece)
(:character-set
(strings "[")
(strings (cdr piece))
(strings "]"))
(t
(error "invalid pattern piece: ~S" piece))))))
(apply #'concatenate
'simple-string
(strings))))))
(defun unparse-unix-directory-list (directory)
(declare (type list directory))
(collect ((pieces))
(when directory
(ecase (pop directory)
(:absolute
(cond ((search-list-p (car directory))
(pieces (search-list-name (pop directory)))
(pieces ":"))
(t
(pieces "/"))))
(:relative
;; nothing special
))
(dolist (dir directory)
(typecase dir
((member :up)
(pieces "../"))
((member :back)
(error ":BACK cannot be represented in namestrings."))
((member :wild-inferiors)
(pieces "**/"))
((or simple-string pattern)
(pieces (unparse-unix-piece dir))
(pieces "/"))
(t
(error "invalid directory component: ~S" dir)))))
(apply #'concatenate 'simple-string (pieces))))
(defun unparse-unix-directory (pathname)
(declare (type pathname pathname))
(unparse-unix-directory-list (%pathname-directory pathname)))
(defun unparse-unix-file (pathname)
(declare (type pathname pathname))
(collect ((strings))
(let* ((name (%pathname-name pathname))
(type (%pathname-type pathname))
(type-supplied (not (or (null type) (eq type :unspecific)))))
;; Note: by ANSI 19.3.1.1.5, we ignore the version slot when
;; translating logical pathnames to a filesystem without
;; versions (like Unix).
(when name
(strings (unparse-unix-piece name)))
(when type-supplied
(unless name
(error "cannot specify the type without a file: ~S" pathname))
(strings ".")
(strings (unparse-unix-piece type))))
(apply #'concatenate 'simple-string (strings))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 406")
(defun unparse-unix-namestring (pathname)
(declare (type pathname pathname))
(concatenate 'simple-string
(unparse-unix-directory pathname)
(unparse-unix-file pathname)))
(defun unparse-unix-enough (pathname defaults)
(declare (type pathname pathname defaults))
(flet ((lose ()
(error "~S cannot be represented relative to ~S."
pathname defaults)))
(collect ((strings))
(let* ((pathname-directory (%pathname-directory pathname))
(defaults-directory (%pathname-directory defaults))
(prefix-len (length defaults-directory))
(result-directory
(cond ((and (> prefix-len 1)
(>= (length pathname-directory) prefix-len)
(compare-component (subseq pathname-directory
0 prefix-len)
defaults-directory))
;; Pathname starts with a prefix of default. So
;; just use a relative directory from then on out.
(cons :relative (nthcdr prefix-len pathname-directory)))
((eq (car pathname-directory) :absolute)
;; We are an absolute pathname, so we can just use it.
pathname-directory)
(t
;; We are a relative directory. So we lose.
(lose)))))
(strings (unparse-unix-directory-list result-directory)))
(let* ((pathname-version (%pathname-version pathname))
(version-needed (and pathname-version
(not (eq pathname-version :newest))))
(pathname-type (%pathname-type pathname))
(type-needed (or version-needed
(and pathname-type
(not (eq pathname-type :unspecific)))))
(pathname-name (%pathname-name pathname))
(name-needed (or type-needed
(and pathname-name
(not (compare-component pathname-name
(%pathname-name
defaults)))))))
(when name-needed
(unless pathname-name (lose))
(strings (unparse-unix-piece pathname-name)))
(when type-needed
(when (or (null pathname-type) (eq pathname-type :unspecific))
(lose))
(strings ".")
(strings (unparse-unix-piece pathname-type)))
(when version-needed
(typecase pathname-version
((member :wild)
(strings ".*"))
(integer
(strings (format nil ".~D" pathname-version)))
(t
(lose)))))
(apply #'concatenate 'simple-string (strings)))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 471")
(def!struct (unix-host
(:make-load-form-fun make-unix-host-load-form)
(:include host
(parse #'parse-unix-namestring)
(unparse #'unparse-unix-namestring)
(unparse-host #'unparse-unix-host)
(unparse-directory #'unparse-unix-directory)
(unparse-file #'unparse-unix-file)
(unparse-enough #'unparse-unix-enough)
(customary-case :lower))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 486")
(defvar *unix-host* (make-unix-host))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 488")
(defun make-unix-host-load-form (host)
(declare (ignore host))
'*unix-host*)
;;;; wildcard matching stuff
;;; Return a list of all the Lispy filenames (not including e.g. the
;;; Unix magic "." and "..") in the directory named by DIRECTORY-NAME.
(defun directory-lispy-filenames (directory-name)
(with-alien ((adlf (* c-string)
(alien-funcall (extern-alien
"alloc_directory_lispy_filenames"
(function (* c-string) c-string))
directory-name)))
(if (null-alien adlf)
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname directory-name
:format-control "~@<couldn't read directory ~S: ~2I~_~A~:>"
:format-arguments (list directory-name (strerror)))
(unwind-protect
(c-strings->string-list adlf)
(alien-funcall (extern-alien "free_directory_lispy_filenames"
(function void (* c-string)))
adlf)))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 498")
;;; FIXME: could maybe be EVAL-WHEN (COMPILE EVAL)
(defmacro enumerate-matches ((var pathname &optional result
&key (verify-existence t)
(follow-links t))
&body body)
(let ((body-name (gensym "ENUMERATE-MATCHES-BODY-FUN-")))
`(block nil
(flet ((,body-name (,var)
,@body))
(declare (dynamic-extent ,body-name))
(%enumerate-matches (pathname ,pathname)
,verify-existence
,follow-links
#',body-name)
,result))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 500")
(defun %enumerate-matches (pathname verify-existence follow-links function)
(/show0 "entering %ENUMERATE-MATCHES")
(when (pathname-type pathname)
(unless (pathname-name pathname)
(error "cannot supply a type without a name:~% ~S" pathname)))
(when (and (integerp (pathname-version pathname))
(member (pathname-type pathname) '(nil :unspecific)))
(error "cannot supply a version without a type:~% ~S" pathname))
(let ((directory (pathname-directory pathname)))
(/show0 "computed DIRECTORY")
(if directory
(ecase (car directory)
(:absolute
(/show0 "absolute directory")
(%enumerate-directories "/" (cdr directory) pathname
verify-existence follow-links
nil function))
(:relative
(/show0 "relative directory")
(%enumerate-directories "" (cdr directory) pathname
verify-existence follow-links
nil function)))
(%enumerate-files "" pathname verify-existence function))))
(defun %enumerate-directories (head tail pathname verify-existence
follow-links nodes function)
(declare (simple-string head))
(macrolet ((unix-xstat (name)
`(if follow-links
(sb!unix:unix-stat ,name)
(sb!unix:unix-lstat ,name)))
(with-directory-node-noted ((head) &body body)
`(multiple-value-bind (res dev ino mode)
(unix-xstat ,head)
(when (and res (eql (logand mode sb!unix:s-ifmt)
sb!unix:s-ifdir))
(let ((nodes (cons (cons dev ino) nodes)))
,@body))))
(do-directory-entries ((name directory) &body body)
`(let ((dir (sb!unix:open-dir ,directory)))
(when dir
(unwind-protect
(loop
(let ((,name (sb!unix:read-dir dir)))
(cond ((null ,name)
(return))
((string= ,name "."))
((string= ,name ".."))
(t
,@body))))
(sb!unix:close-dir dir))))))
(if tail
(let ((piece (car tail)))
(etypecase piece
(simple-string
(let ((head (concatenate 'string head piece)))
(with-directory-node-noted (head)
(%enumerate-directories (concatenate 'string head "/")
(cdr tail) pathname
verify-existence follow-links
nodes function))))
((member :wild-inferiors)
(%enumerate-directories head (rest tail) pathname
verify-existence follow-links
nodes function)
(do-directory-entries (name head)
(let ((subdir (concatenate 'string head name)))
(multiple-value-bind (res dev ino mode)
(unix-xstat subdir)
(declare (type (or fixnum null) mode))
(when (and res (eql (logand mode sb!unix:s-ifmt)
sb!unix:s-ifdir))
(unless (dolist (dir nodes nil)
(when (and (eql (car dir) dev)
(eql (cdr dir) ino))
(return t)))
(let ((nodes (cons (cons dev ino) nodes))
(subdir (concatenate 'string subdir "/")))
(%enumerate-directories subdir tail pathname
verify-existence follow-links
nodes function))))))))
((or pattern (member :wild))
(do-directory-entries (name head)
(when (or (eq piece :wild) (pattern-matches piece name))
(let ((subdir (concatenate 'string head name)))
(multiple-value-bind (res dev ino mode)
(unix-xstat subdir)
(declare (type (or fixnum null) mode))
(when (and res
(eql (logand mode sb!unix:s-ifmt)
sb!unix:s-ifdir))
(let ((nodes (cons (cons dev ino) nodes))
(subdir (concatenate 'string subdir "/")))
(%enumerate-directories subdir (rest tail) pathname
verify-existence follow-links
nodes function))))))))
((member :up)
(let ((head (concatenate 'string head "..")))
(with-directory-node-noted (head)
(%enumerate-directories (concatenate 'string head "/")
(rest tail) pathname
verify-existence follow-links
nodes function))))))
(%enumerate-files head pathname verify-existence function))))
(defun %enumerate-files (directory pathname verify-existence function)
(declare (simple-string directory))
(/show0 "entering %ENUMERATE-FILES")
(let ((name (%pathname-name pathname))
(type (%pathname-type pathname))
(version (%pathname-version pathname)))
(/show0 "computed NAME, TYPE, and VERSION")
(cond ((member name '(nil :unspecific))
(/show0 "UNSPECIFIC, more or less")
(when (or (not verify-existence)
(sb!unix:unix-file-kind directory))
(funcall function directory)))
((or (pattern-p name)
(pattern-p type)
(eq name :wild)
(eq type :wild))
(/show0 "WILD, more or less")
(let ((dir (sb!unix:open-dir directory)))
(when dir
(unwind-protect
(loop
(/show0 "at head of LOOP")
(let ((file (sb!unix:read-dir dir)))
(if file
(unless (or (string= file ".")
(string= file ".."))
(multiple-value-bind
(file-name file-type file-version)
(let ((*ignore-wildcards* t))
(extract-name-type-and-version
file 0 (length file)))
(when (and (components-match file-name name)
(components-match file-type type)
(components-match file-version
version))
(funcall function
(concatenate 'string
directory
file)))))
(return))))
(sb!unix:close-dir dir)))))
(t
(/show0 "default case")
(let ((file (concatenate 'string directory name)))
(/show0 "computed basic FILE=..")
(/primitive-print file)
(unless (or (null type) (eq type :unspecific))
(/show0 "tweaking FILE for more-or-less-:UNSPECIFIC case")
(setf file (concatenate 'string file "." type)))
(unless (member version '(nil :newest :wild))
(/show0 "tweaking FILE for more-or-less-:WILD case")
(setf file (concatenate 'string file "."
(quick-integer-to-string version))))
(/show0 "finished possibly tweaking FILE=..")
(/primitive-print file)
(when (or (not verify-existence)
(sb!unix:unix-file-kind file t))
(/show0 "calling FUNCTION on FILE")
(funcall function file)))))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 603")
;;; FIXME: Why do we need this?
(defun quick-integer-to-string (n)
(declare (type integer n))
(cond ((not (fixnump n))
(write-to-string n :base 10 :radix nil))
((zerop n) "0")
((eql n 1) "1")
((minusp n)
(concatenate 'simple-string "-"
(the simple-string (quick-integer-to-string (- n)))))
(t
(do* ((len (1+ (truncate (integer-length n) 3)))
(res (make-string len))
(i (1- len) (1- i))
(q n)
(r 0))
((zerop q)
(incf i)
(replace res res :start2 i :end2 len)
(shrink-vector res (- len i)))
(declare (simple-string res)
(fixnum len i r q))
(multiple-value-setq (q r) (truncate q 10))
(setf (schar res i) (schar "0123456789" r))))))
;;;; UNIX-NAMESTRING
(defun unix-namestring (pathname &optional (for-input t) executable-only)
#!+sb-doc
"Convert PATHNAME into a string that can be used with UNIX system calls.
Search-lists and wild-cards are expanded."
;; toy@rtp.ericsson.se: Let unix-namestring also handle logical
;; pathnames too.
;; FIXME: What does this ^ mean? A bug? A remark on a change already made?
(let ((path (let ((lpn (pathname pathname)))
(if (typep lpn 'logical-pathname)
(namestring (translate-logical-pathname lpn))
pathname))))
(enumerate-search-list
(pathname path)
(collect ((names))
(enumerate-matches (name pathname nil :verify-existence for-input)
(when (or (not executable-only)
(and (eq (sb!unix:unix-file-kind name)
:file)
(sb!unix:unix-access name
sb!unix:x_ok)))
(names name)))
(let ((names (names)))
(when names
(when (cdr names)
(error 'simple-file-error
:format-control "~S is ambiguous:~{~% ~A~}"
:format-arguments (list pathname names)))
(return (car names))))))))
;;;; TRUENAME and PROBE-FILE
;;; Another silly file function trivially different from another function.
(defun truename (pathname)
#!+sb-doc
"Return the pathname for the actual file described by the pathname
An error of type file-error is signalled if no such file exists,
or the pathname is wild."
(if (wild-pathname-p pathname)
(error 'simple-file-error
:format-control "bad place for a wild pathname"
:pathname pathname)
(let ((result (probe-file pathname)))
(unless result
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname pathname
:format-control "The file ~S does not exist."
:format-arguments (list (namestring pathname))))
result)))
;;; If PATHNAME exists, return its truename, otherwise NIL.
(defun probe-file (pathname)
#!+sb-doc
"Return a pathname which is the truename of the file if it exists, NIL
otherwise. An error of type FILE-ERROR is signaled if pathname is wild."
(if (wild-pathname-p pathname)
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname pathname
:format-control "bad place for a wild pathname")
(let ((namestring (unix-namestring pathname t)))
(when (and namestring (sb!unix:unix-file-kind namestring))
(let ((truename (sb!unix:unix-resolve-links
(sb!unix:unix-maybe-prepend-current-directory
namestring))))
(when truename
(let ((*ignore-wildcards* t))
(pathname (sb!unix:unix-simplify-pathname truename)))))))))
;;;; miscellaneous other operations
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 700")
(defun rename-file (file new-name)
#!+sb-doc
"Rename File to have the specified New-Name. If file is a stream open to a
file, then the associated file is renamed."
(let* ((original (truename file))
(original-namestring (unix-namestring original t))
(new-name (merge-pathnames new-name original))
(new-namestring (unix-namestring new-name nil)))
(unless new-namestring
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname new-name
:format-control "~S can't be created."
:format-arguments (list new-name)))
(multiple-value-bind (res error)
(sb!unix:unix-rename original-namestring new-namestring)
(unless res
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname new-name
:format-control "failed to rename ~A to ~A: ~A"
:format-arguments (list original new-name
(sb!unix:get-unix-error-msg error))))
(when (streamp file)
(file-name file new-namestring))
(values new-name original (truename new-name)))))
(defun delete-file (file)
#!+sb-doc
"Delete the specified file."
(let ((namestring (unix-namestring file t)))
(when (streamp file)
(close file :abort t))
(unless namestring
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname file
:format-control "~S doesn't exist."
:format-arguments (list file)))
(multiple-value-bind (res err) (sb!unix:unix-unlink namestring)
(unless res
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname namestring
:format-control "could not delete ~A: ~A"
:format-arguments (list namestring
(sb!unix:get-unix-error-msg err))))))
t)
;;; Return Home:, which is set up for us at initialization time.
(defun user-homedir-pathname (&optional host)
#!+sb-doc
"Returns the home directory of the logged in user as a pathname.
This is obtained from the logical name \"home:\"."
(declare (ignore host))
;; Note: CMU CL did #P"home:" here instead of using a call to
;; PATHNAME. Delaying construction of the pathname until we're
;; running in a target Lisp lets us avoid figuring out how to dump
;; cross-compilation host Lisp PATHNAME objects into a target Lisp
;; object file. It also might have a small positive effect on
;; efficiency, in that we don't allocate a PATHNAME we don't need,
;; but it it could also have a larger negative effect. Hopefully
;; it'll be OK. -- WHN 19990714
(pathname "home:"))
(defun file-write-date (file)
#!+sb-doc
"Return file's creation date, or NIL if it doesn't exist.
An error of type file-error is signaled if file is a wild pathname"
(if (wild-pathname-p file)
;; FIXME: This idiom appears many times in this file. Perhaps it
;; should turn into (CANNOT-BE-WILD-PATHNAME FILE). (C-B-W-P
;; should be a macro, not a function, so that the error message
;; is reported as coming from e.g. FILE-WRITE-DATE instead of
;; from CANNOT-BE-WILD-PATHNAME itself.)
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname file
:format-control "bad place for a wild pathname")
(let ((name (unix-namestring file t)))
(when name
(multiple-value-bind
(res dev ino mode nlink uid gid rdev size atime mtime)
(sb!unix:unix-stat name)
(declare (ignore dev ino mode nlink uid gid rdev size atime))
(when res
(+ unix-to-universal-time mtime)))))))
(defun file-author (file)
#!+sb-doc
"Returns the file author as a string, or nil if the author cannot be
determined. Signals an error of type file-error if file doesn't exist,
or file is a wild pathname."
(if (wild-pathname-p file)
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname file
"bad place for a wild pathname")
(let ((name (unix-namestring (pathname file) t)))
(unless name
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname file
:format-control "~S doesn't exist."
:format-arguments (list file)))
(multiple-value-bind (winp dev ino mode nlink uid)
(sb!unix:unix-stat name)
(declare (ignore dev ino mode nlink))
(if winp (lookup-login-name uid))))))
;;;; DIRECTORY
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 800")
(defun directory (pathname &key (all t) (check-for-subdirs t)
(follow-links t))
#!+sb-doc
"Returns a list of pathnames, one for each file that matches the given
pathname. Supplying :ALL as NIL causes this to ignore Unix dot files. This
never includes Unix dot and dot-dot in the result. If :FOLLOW-LINKS is NIL,
then symbolic links in the result are not expanded. This is not the
default because TRUENAME does follow links, and the result pathnames are
defined to be the TRUENAME of the pathname (the truename of a link may well
be in another directory.)"
(let ((results nil))
(enumerate-search-list
(pathname (merge-pathnames pathname
(make-pathname :name :wild
:type :wild
:version :wild)))
(enumerate-matches (name pathname)
(when (or all
(let ((slash (position #\/ name :from-end t)))
(or (null slash)
(= (1+ slash) (length name))
(char/= (schar name (1+ slash)) #\.))))
(push name results))))
(let ((*ignore-wildcards* t))
(mapcar (lambda (name)
(let ((name (if (and check-for-subdirs
(eq (sb!unix:unix-file-kind name)
:directory))
(concatenate 'string name "/")
name)))
(if follow-links (truename name) (pathname name))))
(sort (delete-duplicates results :test #'string=) #'string<)))))
;;;; translating Unix uid's
;;;;
;;;; FIXME: should probably move into unix.lisp
(defvar *uid-hash-table* (make-hash-table)
#!+sb-doc
"hash table for keeping track of uid's and login names")
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 844")
;;; LOOKUP-LOGIN-NAME translates a user id into a login name. Previous
;;; lookups are cached in a hash table since groveling the passwd(s)
;;; files is somewhat expensive. The table may hold NIL for id's that
;;; cannot be looked up since this keeps the files from having to be
;;; searched in their entirety each time this id is translated.
(defun lookup-login-name (uid)
(multiple-value-bind (login-name foundp) (gethash uid *uid-hash-table*)
(if foundp
login-name
(setf (gethash uid *uid-hash-table*)
(get-group-or-user-name :user uid)))))
;;; GET-GROUP-OR-USER-NAME first tries "/etc/passwd" ("/etc/group")
;;; since it is a much smaller file, contains all the local id's, and
;;; most uses probably involve id's on machines one would login into.
;;; Then if necessary, we look in "/etc/passwds" ("/etc/groups") which
;;; is really long and has to be fetched over the net.
;;;
;;; FIXME: Now that we no longer have lookup-group-name, we no longer need
;;; the GROUP-OR-USER argument.
(defun get-group-or-user-name (group-or-user id)
#!+sb-doc
"Returns the simple-string user or group name of the user whose uid or gid
is id, or NIL if no such user or group exists. Group-or-user is either
:group or :user."
(let ((id-string (let ((*print-base* 10)) (prin1-to-string id))))
(declare (simple-string id-string))
(multiple-value-bind (file1 file2)
(ecase group-or-user
(:group (values "/etc/group" "/etc/groups"))
(:user (values "/etc/passwd" "/etc/passwd")))
(or (get-group-or-user-name-aux id-string file1)
(get-group-or-user-name-aux id-string file2)))))
;;; FIXME: Isn't there now a POSIX routine to parse the passwd file?
;;; getpwent? getpwuid?
(defun get-group-or-user-name-aux (id-string passwd-file)
(with-open-file (stream passwd-file)
(loop
(let ((entry (read-line stream nil)))
(unless entry (return nil))
(let ((name-end (position #\: (the simple-string entry)
:test #'char=)))
(when name-end
(let ((id-start (position #\: (the simple-string entry)
:start (1+ name-end) :test #'char=)))
(when id-start
(incf id-start)
(let ((id-end (position #\: (the simple-string entry)
:start id-start :test #'char=)))
(when (and id-end
(string= id-string entry
:start2 id-start :end2 id-end))
(return (subseq entry 0 name-end))))))))))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 899")
;;; predicate to order pathnames by; goes by name
(defun pathname-order (x y)
(let ((xn (%pathname-name x))
(yn (%pathname-name y)))
(if (and xn yn)
(let ((res (string-lessp xn yn)))
(cond ((not res) nil)
((= res (length (the simple-string xn))) t)
((= res (length (the simple-string yn))) nil)
(t t)))
xn)))
(defun default-directory ()
#!+sb-doc
"Returns the pathname for the default directory. This is the place where
a file will be written if no directory is specified. This may be changed
with setf."
(multiple-value-bind (gr dir-or-error) (sb!unix:unix-current-directory)
(if gr
(let ((*ignore-wildcards* t))
(pathname (concatenate 'simple-string dir-or-error "/")))
(error dir-or-error))))
(defun %set-default-directory (new-val)
(let ((namestring (unix-namestring new-val t)))
(unless namestring
(error "~S doesn't exist." new-val))
(multiple-value-bind (gr error) (sb!unix:unix-chdir namestring)
(if gr
(setf (search-list "default:") (default-directory))
(error (sb!unix:get-unix-error-msg error))))
new-val))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 934")
(/show0 "entering what used to be !FILESYS-COLD-INIT")
(defvar *default-pathname-defaults*
(%make-pathname *unix-host* nil nil nil nil :newest))
(setf (search-list "default:") (default-directory))
(/show0 "leaving what used to be !FILESYS-COLD-INIT")
(defun ensure-directories-exist (pathspec &key verbose (mode #o777))
#!+sb-doc
"Tests whether the directories containing the specified file
actually exist, and attempts to create them if they do not.
Portable programs should avoid using the :MODE argument."
(let* ((pathname (pathname pathspec))
(pathname (if (typep pathname 'logical-pathname)
(translate-logical-pathname pathname)
pathname))
(created-p nil))
(when (wild-pathname-p pathname)
(error 'simple-file-error
:format-control "bad place for a wild pathname"
:pathname pathspec))
(enumerate-search-list (pathname pathname)
(let ((dir (pathname-directory pathname)))
(loop for i from 1 upto (length dir)
do (let ((newpath (make-pathname
:host (pathname-host pathname)
:device (pathname-device pathname)
:directory (subseq dir 0 i))))
(unless (probe-file newpath)
(let ((namestring (namestring newpath)))
(when verbose
(format *standard-output*
"~&creating directory: ~A~%"
namestring))
(sb!unix:unix-mkdir namestring mode)
(unless (probe-file namestring)
(error 'simple-file-error
:pathname pathspec
:format-control "can't create directory ~A"
:format-arguments (list namestring)))
(setf created-p t)))))
;; Only the first path in a search-list is considered.
(return (values pathname created-p))))))
(/show0 "filesys.lisp 1000")