fsck_messages.h   [plain text]

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#include <stdio.h>


 * Internal structure for each fsck message.  This is the same 
 * structure in which the message number, message string and 
 * their corresponding attributes are mapped in fsck_strings.c 
 * and fsck_hfs_strings.c
struct fsck_message {
    unsigned int msgnum;    /* fsck message number as an unsigned value */
    char *msg;              /* fsck message as a C string */
    int type;               /* type of message (see fsck_msgtype below) */
    int level;              /* verbosity level at which this message should be output/presented to the user */
    int numargs;            /* number of arguments for this message string */
    const int *argtype;     /* pointer to an array of argument types (see fsck_argtype below) */
typedef struct fsck_message fsck_message_t;

typedef void *fsck_ctx_t;

/* Type of fsck message string.
 * These values are internal values used in the mapping array of 
 * message number and string to identify the type of message for 
 * each entry.
enum fsck_msgtype {
    fsckMsgUnknown = 0,
    fsckMsgVerify,          /* fsck is performing a read-only operation on the volume */
    fsckMsgRepair,          /* fsck is writing to file system to repair a corruption */
    fsckMsgSuccess,         /* verify found that the volume is clean, or repair was successful */
    fsckMsgFail,            /* verify found that the volume is corrupt, or verify did not complete due to error, or repair failed */
    fsckMsgError,           /* information of corruption found or condition that causes verify/repair to fail */
    fsckMsgDamageInfo,      /* information about corrupt files/folders */
    fsckMsgInfo,            /* information about an error message or any fsck operation */
    fsckMsgProgress,        /* percentage progress of verify/repair operation */

/* Type of parameter for fsck message string.  
 * These values are internal values used in the mapping array of 
 * message number and string to identify the type of parameter 
 * for each entry.
enum fsck_arg_type {
    fsckTypeUnknown = 0,
    fsckTypeInt,            /* positive integer */
    fsckTypeLong,           /* positive long value */
    fsckTypeString,         /* UTF-8 string */
    fsckTypePath,           /* path to a file or directory on the volume */
    fsckTypeFile,           /* name of file */
    fsckTypeDirectory,      /* name of directory */
    fsckTypeVolume,         /* name of a volume */
    fsckTypeProgress,       /* percentage progress number */
    fsckTypeFSType,         /* type of file system being checked */

/* Verbosity of fsck message string. 
 * These values are internal values used in the mapping array of 
 * message number and string to identify the verbosity of each entry.
enum fsck_message_levels {
    fsckLevel0  = 0,        /* level 0 messages should always be displayed to the user */
    fsckLevel1  = 1         /* level 1 messages should be only displayed in advanced mode */

/* Type of fsck_hfs output */
enum fsck_output_type {
    fsckOutputUndefined = 0,
    fsckOutputTraditional,  /* standard string output */
    fsckOutputGUI,          /* output for -g option */
    fsckOutputXML           /* XML output for -x option */

/* Types of default answers for user input questions in fsck */
enum fsck_default_answer_type {
    fsckDefaultNone = 0,

 * Return value from a status block.  The block is called
 * in fsckPrint(), before and after a status message is
 * printed.  Returning fsckBlockContinue means to continue as
 * it would otherwise; returning fsckBlockAbort means that
 * fsckPrint should return an error at that point; and fsckBlockIgnore
 * means that fsckPrint should return immediately, but without an error.
 * The most common use of fsckBlockIgnore would be to suppress extraneous
 * messages.
enum fsck_block_status_type {
	fsckBlockAbort = -1,
	fsckBlockContinue = 0,
typedef enum fsck_block_status_type fsck_block_status_t;

 * Phases for the status block.  The block is called in fsckPrint(),
 * either before printing the message (with fsckPhaseBeforeMessage), or
 * afterwards (with fsckPhaseAfterMessage).  It's allowed ot have both
 * set up with different blocks.
enum fsck_block_phase_type {
    fsckPhaseNone = 0,
typedef enum fsck_block_phase_type fsck_block_phase_t;

 * The type of a status block.  The first argument is the context
 * for the messaging; the second argument is the message number;
 * the third is a va_list of the arguments for the message.

typedef fsck_block_status_t (^fsckBlock_t)(fsck_ctx_t, int, va_list);

extern fsckBlock_t fsckGetBlock(fsck_ctx_t, fsck_block_phase_t);
extern void fsckSetBlock(fsck_ctx_t, fsck_block_phase_t, fsckBlock_t);

extern fsck_ctx_t fsckCreate(void);
extern int fsckSetOutput(fsck_ctx_t, FILE*);
extern int fsckSetFile(fsck_ctx_t, int);
extern int fsckSetWriter(fsck_ctx_t, void (*)(fsck_ctx_t, const char *));
extern int fsckSetVerbosity(fsck_ctx_t, int);
extern int fsckGetVerbosity(fsck_ctx_t);
extern int fsckSetOutputStyle(fsck_ctx_t, enum fsck_output_type);
extern enum fsck_output_type fsckGetOutputStyle(fsck_ctx_t);
extern int fsckSetDefaultResponse(fsck_ctx_t, enum fsck_default_answer_type);
extern int fsckAskPrompt(fsck_ctx_t, const char *, ...);
extern int fsckAddMessages(fsck_ctx_t, fsck_message_t *msgs);
extern int fsckPrint(fsck_ctx_t, int msgNum, ...);
extern enum fsck_msgtype fsckMsgClass(fsck_ctx_t, int msgNum);
extern void fsckDestroy(fsck_ctx_t);

#endif /* _FSCK_MESSAGES_H */