/* unpack.c -- decompress files in pack format.
Copyright (C) 1997, 1999, 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1992-1993 Jean-loup Gailly
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
any later version.
This program 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 General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. */
#ifdef RCSID
static char rcsid[] = "$Id: unpack.c,v 1.4 2006/11/20 08:40:34 eggert Exp $";
#endif
#include
#include "tailor.h"
#include "gzip.h"
#include "crypt.h"
#define MIN(a,b) ((a) <= (b) ? (a) : (b))
/* The arguments must not have side effects. */
#define MAX_BITLEN 25
/* Maximum length of Huffman codes. (Minor modifications to the code
* would be needed to support 32 bits codes, but pack never generates
* more than 24 bits anyway.)
*/
#define LITERALS 256
/* Number of literals, excluding the End of Block (EOB) code */
#define MAX_PEEK 12
/* Maximum number of 'peek' bits used to optimize traversal of the
* Huffman tree.
*/
local ulg orig_len; /* original uncompressed length */
local int max_len; /* maximum bit length of Huffman codes */
local uch literal[LITERALS];
/* The literal bytes present in the Huffman tree. The EOB code is not
* represented.
*/
local int lit_base[MAX_BITLEN+1];
/* All literals of a given bit length are contiguous in literal[] and
* have contiguous codes. literal[code+lit_base[len]] is the literal
* for a code of len bits.
*/
local int leaves [MAX_BITLEN+1]; /* Number of leaves for each bit length */
local int parents[MAX_BITLEN+1]; /* Number of parents for each bit length */
local int peek_bits; /* Number of peek bits currently used */
/* local uch prefix_len[1 << MAX_PEEK]; */
#define prefix_len outbuf
/* For each bit pattern b of peek_bits bits, prefix_len[b] is the length
* of the Huffman code starting with a prefix of b (upper bits), or 0
* if all codes of prefix b have more than peek_bits bits. It is not
* necessary to have a huge table (large MAX_PEEK) because most of the
* codes encountered in the input stream are short codes (by construction).
* So for most codes a single lookup will be necessary.
*/
#if (1< OUTBUFSIZ
error cannot overlay prefix_len and outbuf
#endif
local ulg bitbuf;
/* Bits are added on the low part of bitbuf and read from the high part. */
local int valid; /* number of valid bits in bitbuf */
/* all bits above the last valid bit are always zero */
/* Set code to the next 'bits' input bits without skipping them. code
* must be the name of a simple variable and bits must not have side effects.
* IN assertions: bits <= 25 (so that we still have room for an extra byte
* when valid is only 24), and mask = (1<> (valid-(bits))) & (mask); \
}
/* Skip the given number of bits (after having peeked at them): */
#define skip_bits(bits) (valid -= (bits))
#define clear_bitbuf() (valid = 0, bitbuf = 0)
/* Local functions */
local void read_tree OF((void));
local void build_tree OF((void));
/* ===========================================================================
* Read the Huffman tree.
*/
local void read_tree()
{
int len; /* bit length */
int base; /* base offset for a sequence of leaves */
int n;
int max_leaves = 1;
/* Read the original input size, MSB first */
orig_len = 0;
for (n = 1; n <= 4; n++) orig_len = (orig_len << 8) | (ulg)get_byte();
max_len = (int)get_byte(); /* maximum bit length of Huffman codes */
if (max_len > MAX_BITLEN) {
gzip_error ("invalid compressed data -- Huffman code > 32 bits");
}
/* Get the number of leaves at each bit length */
n = 0;
for (len = 1; len <= max_len; len++) {
leaves[len] = (int)get_byte();
if (max_leaves - (len == max_len) < leaves[len])
gzip_error ("too many leaves in Huffman tree");
max_leaves = (max_leaves - leaves[len] + 1) * 2 - 1;
n += leaves[len];
}
if (LITERALS <= n) {
gzip_error ("too many leaves in Huffman tree");
}
Trace((stderr, "orig_len %lu, max_len %d, leaves %d\n",
orig_len, max_len, n));
/* There are at least 2 and at most 256 leaves of length max_len.
* (Pack arbitrarily rejects empty files and files consisting of
* a single byte even repeated.) To fit the last leaf count in a
* byte, it is offset by 2. However, the last literal is the EOB
* code, and is not transmitted explicitly in the tree, so we must
* adjust here by one only.
*/
leaves[max_len]++;
/* Now read the leaves themselves */
base = 0;
for (len = 1; len <= max_len; len++) {
/* Remember where the literals of this length start in literal[] : */
lit_base[len] = base;
/* And read the literals: */
for (n = leaves[len]; n > 0; n--) {
literal[base++] = (uch)get_byte();
}
}
leaves[max_len]++; /* Now include the EOB code in the Huffman tree */
}
/* ===========================================================================
* Build the Huffman tree and the prefix table.
*/
local void build_tree()
{
int nodes = 0; /* number of nodes (parents+leaves) at current bit length */
int len; /* current bit length */
uch *prefixp; /* pointer in prefix_len */
for (len = max_len; len >= 1; len--) {
/* The number of parent nodes at this level is half the total
* number of nodes at parent level:
*/
nodes >>= 1;
parents[len] = nodes;
/* Update lit_base by the appropriate bias to skip the parent nodes
* (which are not represented in the literal array):
*/
lit_base[len] -= nodes;
/* Restore nodes to be parents+leaves: */
nodes += leaves[len];
}
/* Construct the prefix table, from shortest leaves to longest ones.
* The shortest code is all ones, so we start at the end of the table.
*/
peek_bits = MIN(max_len, MAX_PEEK);
prefixp = &prefix_len[1< prefix_len) *--prefixp = 0;
}
/* ===========================================================================
* Unpack in to out. This routine does not support the old pack format
* with magic header \037\037.
*
* IN assertions: the buffer inbuf contains already the beginning of
* the compressed data, from offsets inptr to insize-1 included.
* The magic header has already been checked. The output buffer is cleared.
*/
int unpack(in, out)
int in, out; /* input and output file descriptors */
{
int len; /* Bit length of current code */
unsigned eob; /* End Of Block code */
register unsigned peek; /* lookahead bits */
unsigned peek_mask; /* Mask for peek_bits bits */
ifd = in;
ofd = out;
read_tree(); /* Read the Huffman tree */
build_tree(); /* Build the prefix table */
clear_bitbuf(); /* Initialize bit input */
peek_mask = (1< 0) {
peek >>= peek_bits - len; /* discard the extra bits */
} else {
/* Code of more than peek_bits bits, we must traverse the tree */
ulg mask = peek_mask;
len = peek_bits;
do {
len++, mask = (mask<<1)+1;
look_bits(peek, len, mask);
} while (peek < (unsigned)parents[len]);
/* loop as long as peek is a parent node */
}
/* At this point, peek is the next complete code, of len bits */
if (peek == eob && len == max_len) break; /* end of file? */
put_ubyte(literal[peek+lit_base[len]]);
Tracev((stderr,"%02d %04x %c\n", len, peek,
literal[peek+lit_base[len]]));
skip_bits(len);
} /* for (;;) */
flush_window();
if (orig_len != (ulg)(bytes_out & 0xffffffff)) {
gzip_error ("invalid compressed data--length error");
}
return OK;
}