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/* dirname.c
*
* Provides an implementation of the "dirname" function, conforming
* to SUSv3, with extensions to accommodate Win32 drive designators,
* and suitable for use on native Microsoft(R) Win32 platforms.
*
* $Id$
*
* Written by Keith Marshall <keithmarshall@users.sourceforge.net>
* Copyright (C) 2006, 2007, 2014, MinGW.org Project
*
*
* Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
* copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
* to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
* the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
* and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
* Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
*
* The above copyright notice, this permission notice, and the following
* disclaimer shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of
* the Software.
*
* THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
* IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
* FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL
* THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
* LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
* FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OF OR OTHER
* DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
*
*/
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <libgen.h>
#include <locale.h>
#ifndef __cdecl /* If compiling on any non-Win32 platform ... */
#define __cdecl /* this may not be defined. */
#endif
__cdecl char *__mingw_dirname( char *path )
{
size_t len;
static char *retfail = NULL;
/* to handle path names for files in multibyte character locales,
* we need to set up LC_CTYPE to match the host file system locale.
*/
char *locale = setlocale( LC_CTYPE, NULL );
if( locale != NULL ) locale = strdup( locale );
setlocale( LC_CTYPE, "" );
if( path && *path )
{
/* allocate sufficient local storage space,
* in which to create a wide character reference copy of path
*/
wchar_t refcopy[1 + (len = mbstowcs( NULL, path, 0 ))];
/* create the wide character reference copy of path */
wchar_t *refpath = refcopy;
len = mbstowcs( refpath, path, len );
refcopy[ len ] = L'\0';
/* SUSv3 identifies a special case, where path is exactly equal to "//";
* (we will also accept "\\" in the Win32 context, but not "/\" or "\/",
* and neither will we consider paths with an initial drive designator).
* For this special case, SUSv3 allows the implementation to choose to
* return "/" or "//", (or "\" or "\\", since this is Win32); we will
* simply return the path unchanged, (i.e. "//" or "\\").
*/
if( (len > 1) && ((refpath[0] == L'/') || (refpath[0] == L'\\')) )
{
if( (refpath[1] == refpath[0]) && (refpath[2] == L'\0') )
{
setlocale( LC_CTYPE, locale );
free( locale );
return path;
}
}
/* For all other cases ...
* step over the drive designator, if present ...
*/
else if( (len > 1) && (refpath[1] == L':') )
{
/* FIXME: maybe should confirm *refpath is a valid drive designator */
refpath += 2;
}
/* check again, just to ensure we still have a non-empty path name ... */
if( *refpath )
{
/* reproduce the scanning logic of the "basename" function
* to locate the basename component of the current path string,
* (but also remember where the dirname component starts).
*/
wchar_t *refname, *basename;
for( refname = basename = refpath ; *refpath ; ++refpath )
{
if( (*refpath == L'/') || (*refpath == L'\\') )
{
/* we found a dir separator ...
* step over it, and any others which immediately follow it
*/
while( (*refpath == L'/') || (*refpath == L'\\') )
++refpath;
/* if we didn't reach the end of the path string ... */
if( *refpath )
/* then we have a new candidate for the base name */
basename = refpath;
else
/* we struck an early termination of the path string,
* with trailing dir separators following the base name,
* so break out of the for loop, to avoid overrun.
*/
break;
}
}
/* now check,
* to confirm that we have distinct dirname and basename components
*/
if( basename > refname )
{
/* and, when we do ...
* backtrack over all trailing separators on the dirname component,
* (but preserve exactly two initial dirname separators, if identical),
* and add a NUL terminator in their place.
*/
do --basename;
while( (basename > refname) && ((*basename == L'/') || (*basename == L'\\')) );
if( (basename == refname) && ((refname[0] == L'/') || (refname[0] == L'\\'))
&& (refname[1] == refname[0]) && (refname[2] != L'/') && (refname[2] != L'\\') )
++basename;
*++basename = L'\0';
/* if the resultant dirname begins with EXACTLY two dir separators,
* AND both are identical, then we preserve them.
*/
refpath = refcopy;
while( ((*refpath == L'/') || (*refpath == L'\\')) )
++refpath;
if( ((refpath - refcopy) > 2) || (refcopy[1] != refcopy[0]) )
refpath = refcopy;
/* and finally ...
* we remove any residual, redundantly duplicated separators from the dirname,
* reterminate, and return it.
*/
refname = refpath;
while( *refpath )
{
if( ((*refname++ = *refpath) == L'/') || (*refpath++ == L'\\') )
{
while( (*refpath == L'/') || (*refpath == L'\\') )
++refpath;
}
}
*refname = L'\0';
/* finally ...
* transform the resolved dirname back into the multibyte char domain,
* restore the caller's locale, and return the resultant dirname
*/
if( (len = wcstombs( path, refcopy, len )) != (size_t)(-1) )
path[ len ] = '\0';
}
else
{
/* either there were no dirname separators in the path name,
* or there was nothing else ...
*/
if( (*refname == L'/') || (*refname == L'\\') )
{
/* it was all separators, so return one */
++refname;
}
else
{
/* there were no separators, so return '.' */
*refname++ = L'.';
}
/* add a NUL terminator, in either case,
* then transform to the multibyte char domain,
* using our own buffer
*/
*refname = L'\0';
retfail = realloc( retfail, len = 1 + wcstombs( NULL, refcopy, 0 ));
wcstombs( path = retfail, refcopy, len );
}
/* restore caller's locale, clean up, and return the resolved dirname */
setlocale( LC_CTYPE, locale );
free( locale );
return path;
}
}
/* path is NULL, or an empty string; default return value is "." ...
* return this in our own buffer, regenerated by wide char transform,
* in case the caller trashed it after a previous call.
*/
retfail = realloc( retfail, len = 1 + wcstombs( NULL, L".", 0 ));
wcstombs( retfail, L".", len );
/* restore caller's locale, clean up, and return the default dirname */
setlocale( LC_CTYPE, locale );
free( locale );
return retfail;
}
/* $RCSfile$$Revision$: end of file */

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