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/*
     PLIB - A Suite of Portable Game Libraries
     Copyright (C) 1998,2002  Steve Baker
 
     This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
     modify it under the terms of the GNU Library General Public
     License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
     version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 
     This library 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
     Library General Public License for more details.
 
     You should have received a copy of the GNU Library General Public
     License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
     Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307 USA
 
     For further information visit http://plib.sourceforge.net

     $Id: ul.cxx,v 1.35 2005/01/04 23:10:17 wolfram_kuss Exp $
*/


#include "ul.h"

#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>

#ifdef UL_MSVC
#include <direct.h>
#else
#include <dirent.h>
#endif

#ifdef UL_MSVC
#define SLASH "\\"
#else
#define SLASH "/"
#endif


struct _ulDir
{
  char dirname [ UL_NAME_MAX+1 ];
  ulDirEnt curr ;

#ifdef UL_MSVC
  WIN32_FIND_DATA data ;
  HANDLE hFind ;
  bool first ;
  bool done ;
#else
  DIR *dirp ;
#endif
} ;


void ulInit ()
{
}


ulDir* ulOpenDir ( const char* dirname )
{
  ulDir* dir = new ulDir;
  if ( dir != NULL )
  {
    strcpy( dir->dirname, dirname ) ;

#ifdef UL_MSVC
    char search[_MAX_PATH];
    strcpy(search,dirname);
    
    //munch the directory seperator
    int len = strlen(search);
    if ( len>0 && strchr("/\\",search[len-1]) )
      search[len-1] = 0;
    
    //add the wildcard
    strcat(search,"/*.*");
    
    dir->first = true;
    dir->done = false;
    dir->hFind = FindFirstFile(search, &dir->data);
    if (dir->hFind == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
    {
      delete dir;
      dir = NULL;
    }
#else
    dir->dirp = opendir(dirname) ;

    if ( dir->dirp == NULL )
    {
      delete dir ;
      dir = NULL ;
    }
#endif
  }
  return dir;
}


ulDirEnt* ulReadDir ( ulDir* dir )
{
  //read the next entry from the directory
#ifdef UL_MSVC
  //update state
  if ( dir->first )
    dir->first = false ;
  else if ( !dir->done && !FindNextFile(dir->hFind,&dir->data) )
    dir->done = true ;
  if ( dir->done )
    return NULL ;

  strcpy( dir->curr.d_name, dir->data.cFileName ) ;
#else
  struct dirent* direntp = readdir( dir->dirp );
  if ( !direntp )
    return NULL ;

  strcpy( dir->curr.d_name, direntp->d_name );
#endif

  char path[ 1000 + UL_NAME_MAX+1 ];
  sprintf( path, "%s/%s", dir->dirname, dir->curr.d_name );

  //determine if this entry is a directory
#ifdef UL_MSVC
  struct _stat buf;
  int result = _stat(path,&buf);
  if ( result == 0 )
    dir->curr.d_isdir = (buf.st_mode & _S_IFDIR) != 0 ;
  else
    dir->curr.d_isdir = false ;
#else
  struct stat buf ;
  if ( stat(path,&buf) == 0 )
    dir->curr.d_isdir = (buf.st_mode & S_IFDIR) != 0 ;
  else
    dir->curr.d_isdir = false ;
#endif

  return( &dir->curr ) ;
}



void ulCloseDir ( ulDir* dir )
{
  if ( dir != NULL )
  {
#ifdef UL_MSVC
    FindClose(dir->hFind);
#else
    closedir ( dir->dirp ) ;
#endif
    delete dir ;
  }
}

bool ulFileExists ( const char *fileName )
{
#ifdef UL_MSVC
  struct _stat buf ;

  if ( _stat ( fileName, &buf ) < 0 )
    return false ;

  return ((S_IFREG & buf.st_mode ) !=0) ;
#else
  struct stat buf ;

  if ( stat ( fileName, &buf ) < 0 )
    return false ;

  return ((S_ISREG ( buf.st_mode )) != 0) ;
#endif
}

char* ulMakePath( char* path, const char* dir, const char* fname )
{
  if ( fname )
  {
    if ( !ulIsAbsolutePathName (fname) &&
       dir != NULL && dir[0] != '\0' )
    {
      strcpy ( path, dir ) ;
      strcat ( path, SLASH ) ;
      strcat ( path, fname ) ;
    }
    else
      strcpy ( path, fname ) ;
  }
  else
     path [0] = 0 ;
  return( path );
}


static int recursiveFindFileInSubDirs ( char * filenameOutput, 
                                    const char * tPath,  const char * tfnameInput ) 
{
  int bFound = FALSE;
  char tempString [ 1024 ];

      ulMakePath ( filenameOutput, tPath, tfnameInput ) ;

      if ( ulFileExists ( filenameOutput ) )
            return TRUE;

      ulDir* dirp = ulOpenDir(tPath);

      if ( dirp != NULL )
      {
            ulDirEnt* dp;

            while ( ! bFound && ((dp = ulReadDir(dirp)) != NULL ) )
            {
      // I am doing recursive ulOpenDir/ulReadDirs here.
      // I know this works under Windo$.
      if ( dp->d_isdir &&
           strcmp( dp->d_name, ".") != 0 &&
           strcmp( dp->d_name, "..") != 0 )
      {
        ulMakePath ( tempString, tPath, dp->d_name) ;
        bFound = recursiveFindFileInSubDirs ( filenameOutput,
                                              tempString, tfnameInput );
      }
      
            }
            ulCloseDir ( dirp ) ;
      }

      return bFound;
}
    


void ulFindFile( char *filenameOutput, const char *path, 
                                                                    const char * tfnameInput, const char *sAPOM ) 
/*
  adds tfnameInput to the path and puts this into the buffer filenameOutput.
  sAPOM is used iff path contains "$(APOM)"

  handles special chars in path:

  ";;" is replaced by ";"
  "$$" is replaced by "$"
  "$(APOM)" is replaced by sAPOM

  If there are ";" in path, the path-variable is interpreted as several
  paths "segments", delimited by ";". The first file found by this function
  is returned.

  It looks from left to right.

  A segment may end in $(...). ulFindFile will then look in in this
  path and recursively in all the sub-paths
 
  Some examples:
 
  for loading *.MDl-models, it is very nice to set the texture path to

  $(APOM);$(APOM)/texture;$(APOM)/../texture

  This consits of three segments and tells ulFindFile to look in the 
  path of the model, in a subpath texture and in a path texture "besides"
  the path of the model. Some *.mdl-models are shipped in a directory which
  conatins a "texture"-directory, a "Model"-directory and others. In this
  case you find the texture in $(APOM)/../texture
 
  Another example: You have all your textures in a directory-structure
  under /roomplan.  For example brick is under /roomplan/bricks, wood is
  under /roomplan/wood, oak is under /roomplan/wood/oak. Then you should
  use the following texture path:

  "/roomplan/$(...)"
 
  If you dont want all of the bells and whistles, just call:
  _ssgMakePath ( filenameOutput, path, tfnameInput ) ;
*/ 
 
{
  
  char temp_texture_path[1024], *s_ptr, *s_ptr1, *current_path;
  
  strncpy(temp_texture_path, path, 1024);
  current_path = temp_texture_path;
  s_ptr = temp_texture_path;

  while ( *s_ptr != 0 )
  {
    if ( *s_ptr == ';' )
    {
    if ( s_ptr [ 1 ] == ';' )
      {
    // replace ";;" with ";"
        s_ptr1 = ++s_ptr; // both pointers on second ";"

        while ( *s_ptr1 != 0)
        {  s_ptr1 [ 0 ] = s_ptr1 [ 1 ];
          s_ptr1++;
        }
      }
      else
      {
    // found a single ';'. This delimits paths
        *s_ptr++ = 0;
        ulMakePath ( filenameOutput, current_path, tfnameInput ) ;

        if ( ulFileExists ( filenameOutput ) )
          return; // success!

        // this path doesnt hold the texture. Try next one
        current_path = s_ptr;
      }
    }
    else if ( *s_ptr == '$' )
    { 
      if ( s_ptr [ 1 ] == '$' )
      {
        // replace "$$" with "$"
        s_ptr1 = ++s_ptr; // both pointers on second "$"

        while ( *s_ptr1 != 0)
        {
          s_ptr1 [ 0 ] = s_ptr1 [ 1 ];
          s_ptr1++;
        }
      }
      else
      if ( 0 == strncmp( s_ptr, "$(APOM)", strlen("$(APOM)" ) ) )
      {
         // replace "$(APOM)" by sAPOM
        char temp_buffer[1024];
        * s_ptr = 0;
        s_ptr += strlen ( "$(APOM)" );
        strcpy ( temp_buffer, s_ptr );
        strcat ( current_path, sAPOM);
        s_ptr = & current_path [ strlen(current_path) ] ; // onto the 0
        strcat ( current_path, temp_buffer );
      }
      else
      if ( 0 == strncmp( s_ptr, "$(...)", strlen("$(...)" ) ) )
      {  
        //strcpy(temp_texture_path_for_recursion, current_path);

        char * nextPath=s_ptr;
        nextPath += strlen("$(...)" );

        while (*nextPath != 0 )
        {
          if ( *nextPath == ';' )
          {
            if ( nextPath[1] == ';' )
              nextPath++; // so its "add 2 " togehter with the ++ further down
            else
            {
              *nextPath = 0;
              break; // breaks the while
            }
          }
          nextPath++;
        }

        // This segment of the path ends with a 0 now
        // *****

        char tPath [ 1024 ];
        strcpy ( tPath, current_path ) ;
        tPath [ (long) (s_ptr - current_path) ] = 0;
        
        // So, lets recurse into the sub-dirs:
        // Here I just assume that the "$(...)" is the last thing in
        // this segment

        if ( recursiveFindFileInSubDirs ( filenameOutput,
                                          tPath, tfnameInput ) )
          return ; // success

        // *****
        // we handled the path-segment current_path containing the $(...) and 
        // didnt find the file, so go on to the nect segment

        current_path = nextPath; // points to a 0 if this was the last segment
        s_ptr = current_path;
      }  
      else
        s_ptr++;
    }
    else // neither ';' nor '$'
      s_ptr++;
  }

  ulMakePath ( filenameOutput, current_path, tfnameInput ) ; // pfusch? kludge?
}

///////////////////// string handling ///////////////////////////////

/*
  Strdup is *evil* - use this instead...
*/

char *ulStrDup ( const char *s )
{
  int s_sz = strlen ( s ) + 1 ;
  char *ret = new char [ s_sz ] ;

  memcpy ( ret, s, s_sz ) ;
  return ret ;
}



// string comparisons that are *not* case sensitive:

/*

 
  I'm sick of half the machines on the planet supporting
  strncasecmp and the other half strnicmp - so here is my own
  offering.

  **** ATTENTION ****
  WK: If you used strnicmp, make sure you realise the completely 
  changed meaning of the return value - 0 means not equal!
*/

int ulStrNEqual ( const char *s1, const char *s2, int len )
{
  int l1 = (s1==NULL) ? 0 : strlen ( s1 ) ;
  int l2 = (s2==NULL) ? 0 : strlen ( s2 ) ;

  if ( l1 > len ) l1 = len ;

  if ( l2 < l1 || l1 < len )
    return FALSE ;

  for ( int i = 0 ; i < l1 ; i++ )
  {
    char c1 = s1[i] ;
    char c2 = s2[i] ;

    if ( c1 == c2 )
     continue ;

    if ( c1 >= 'a' && c1 <= 'z' )
      c1 = c1 - ('a'-'A') ;

    if ( c2 >= 'a' && c2 <= 'z' )
      c2 = c2 - ('a'-'A') ;

    if ( c1 != c2 )
     return FALSE ;
  }

  return TRUE ;
}


/*
  I'm sick of half the machines on the planet supporting
  strcasecmp and the other half stricmp - so here is my own
  offering.

  **** ATTENTION ****
  WK: If you used stricmp, make sure you realise the completely 
  changed meaning of the return value - 0 means not equal!
*/

int ulStrEqual ( const char *s1, const char *s2 )
{
  int l1 = (s1==NULL) ? 0 : strlen ( s1 ) ;
  int l2 = (s2==NULL) ? 0 : strlen ( s2 ) ;

  if ( l1 != l2 ) return FALSE ;

  for ( int i = 0 ; i < l1 ; i++ )
  {
    char c1 = s1[i] ;
    char c2 = s2[i] ;

    if ( c1 == c2 )
     continue ;

    if ( c1 >= 'a' && c1 <= 'z' )
      c1 -= ('a'-'A') ;

    if ( c2 >= 'a' && c2 <= 'z' )
      c2 -= ('a'-'A') ;

    if ( c1 != c2 )
      return FALSE ;
  }

  return TRUE ;
}


int ulIsAbsolutePathName ( const char *pathname )
{
  /*
    Is this an absolute pathname or a relative one?
  */
 
  if ( (pathname == NULL) || (pathname [0] == 0) )
    return FALSE;

#ifdef UL_MSVC
 
  /*
    Under WinDOS, it's an absolute path if it starts
    with a slash *or* if it starts with a drive letter,
    a colon and a slash.
  */

  return ( pathname[0] == SLASH[0] || pathname[0] == '/' ) ||
         (
           (
             ( pathname[0] >= 'a' && pathname[0] <= 'z' ) ||
             ( pathname[0] >= 'A' && pathname[0] <= 'Z' )
           ) &&
           pathname[1] == ':' &&
           ( pathname[2] == SLASH[0] || pathname[2] == '/' )
         ) ;
#elif defined(UL_MACINTOSH)
  return (pathname [0] != ':' && strchr( pathname, ':') != NULL );
#else
  return pathname [0] == SLASH[0] ;
#endif
}


char *ulGetCWD ( char *result, int maxlength )
{
  /*
    Return the current working directory into 'result' - which
    has enough space for 'maxlength-1' characters and a '\0'.
  */

#ifdef UL_MSVC
  return _getcwd ( result, maxlength ) ;
#else
  return getcwd ( result, maxlength ) ;
#endif
}



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