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/*  -*- c-file-style: "linux" -*-
    
    Copyright (C) 1996-2000 by Andrew Tridgell 
    Copyright (C) Paul Mackerras 1996
    Copyright (C) 2001, 2002 by Martin Pool <mbp@samba.org>
   
   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 of the License, 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., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
*/

/*
  Utilities used in rsync 

  tridge, June 1996
  */
#include "rsync.h"

extern int verbose;


/****************************************************************************
Set a fd into nonblocking mode
****************************************************************************/
void set_nonblocking(int fd)
{
	int val;

	if((val = fcntl(fd, F_GETFL, 0)) == -1)
		return;
	if (!(val & NONBLOCK_FLAG)) {
		val |= NONBLOCK_FLAG;
		fcntl(fd, F_SETFL, val);
	}
}

/****************************************************************************
Set a fd into blocking mode
****************************************************************************/
void set_blocking(int fd)
{
	int val;

	if((val = fcntl(fd, F_GETFL, 0)) == -1)
		return;
	if (val & NONBLOCK_FLAG) {
		val &= ~NONBLOCK_FLAG;
		fcntl(fd, F_SETFL, val);
	}
}


/* create a file descriptor pair - like pipe() but use socketpair if
   possible (because of blocking issues on pipes)

   always set non-blocking
 */
int fd_pair(int fd[2])
{
	int ret;

#if HAVE_SOCKETPAIR
	ret = socketpair(AF_UNIX, SOCK_STREAM, 0, fd);
#else
	ret = pipe(fd);
#endif

	if (ret == 0) {
		set_nonblocking(fd[0]);
		set_nonblocking(fd[1]);
	}
	
	return ret;
}


void print_child_argv(char **cmd)
{
	rprintf(FINFO, RSYNC_NAME ": open connection using ");
	for (; *cmd; cmd++) {
		/* Look for characters that ought to be quoted.  This
		* is not a great quoting algorithm, but it's
		* sufficient for a log message. */
		if (strspn(*cmd, "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz"
			   "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ"
			   "0123456789"
			   ",.-_=+@/") != strlen(*cmd)) {
			rprintf(FINFO, "\"%s\" ", *cmd);
		} else {
			rprintf(FINFO, "%s ", *cmd);
		}
	}
	rprintf(FINFO, "\n");
}


/* this is derived from CVS code 

   note that in the child STDIN is set to blocking and STDOUT
   is set to non-blocking. This is necessary as rsh relies on stdin being blocking
   and ssh relies on stdout being non-blocking

   if blocking_io is set then use blocking io on both fds. That can be
   used to cope with badly broken rsh implementations like the one on
   solaris.
 */
pid_t piped_child(char **command, int *f_in, int *f_out)
{
	pid_t pid;
	int to_child_pipe[2];
	int from_child_pipe[2];
	extern int blocking_io;
	
	if (verbose > 0) {
		print_child_argv(command);
	}

	if (fd_pair(to_child_pipe) < 0 || fd_pair(from_child_pipe) < 0) {
		rprintf(FERROR, "pipe: %s\n", strerror(errno));
		exit_cleanup(RERR_IPC);
	}


	pid = do_fork();
	if (pid == -1) {
		rprintf(FERROR, "fork: %s\n", strerror(errno));
		exit_cleanup(RERR_IPC);
	}

	if (pid == 0) {
		extern int orig_umask;
		if (dup2(to_child_pipe[0], STDIN_FILENO) < 0 ||
		    close(to_child_pipe[1]) < 0 ||
		    close(from_child_pipe[0]) < 0 ||
		    dup2(from_child_pipe[1], STDOUT_FILENO) < 0) {
			rprintf(FERROR, "Failed to dup/close : %s\n",
				strerror(errno));
			exit_cleanup(RERR_IPC);
		}
		if (to_child_pipe[0] != STDIN_FILENO)
			close(to_child_pipe[0]);
		if (from_child_pipe[1] != STDOUT_FILENO)
			close(from_child_pipe[1]);
		umask(orig_umask);
		set_blocking(STDIN_FILENO);
		if (blocking_io) {
			set_blocking(STDOUT_FILENO);
		}
		execvp(command[0], command);
		rprintf(FERROR, "Failed to exec %s : %s\n",
			command[0], strerror(errno));
		exit_cleanup(RERR_IPC);
	}

	if (close(from_child_pipe[1]) < 0 || close(to_child_pipe[0]) < 0) {
		rprintf(FERROR, "Failed to close : %s\n", strerror(errno));
		exit_cleanup(RERR_IPC);
	}

	*f_in = from_child_pipe[0];
	*f_out = to_child_pipe[1];

	return pid;
}

pid_t local_child(int argc, char **argv,int *f_in,int *f_out)
{
	pid_t pid;
	int to_child_pipe[2];
	int from_child_pipe[2];
	extern int read_batch;  /* dw */

	if (fd_pair(to_child_pipe) < 0 ||
	    fd_pair(from_child_pipe) < 0) {
		rprintf(FERROR,"pipe: %s\n",strerror(errno));
		exit_cleanup(RERR_IPC);
	}


	pid = do_fork();
	if (pid == -1) {
		rprintf(FERROR,"fork: %s\n",strerror(errno));
		exit_cleanup(RERR_IPC);
	}

	if (pid == 0) {
		extern int am_sender;
		extern int am_server;

		am_sender = read_batch ? 0 : !am_sender;
		am_server = 1;		

		if (dup2(to_child_pipe[0], STDIN_FILENO) < 0 ||
		    close(to_child_pipe[1]) < 0 ||
		    close(from_child_pipe[0]) < 0 ||
		    dup2(from_child_pipe[1], STDOUT_FILENO) < 0) {
			rprintf(FERROR,"Failed to dup/close : %s\n",strerror(errno));
			exit_cleanup(RERR_IPC);
		}
		if (to_child_pipe[0] != STDIN_FILENO) close(to_child_pipe[0]);
		if (from_child_pipe[1] != STDOUT_FILENO) close(from_child_pipe[1]);
		start_server(STDIN_FILENO, STDOUT_FILENO, argc, argv);
	}

	if (close(from_child_pipe[1]) < 0 ||
	    close(to_child_pipe[0]) < 0) {
		rprintf(FERROR,"Failed to close : %s\n",strerror(errno));   
		exit_cleanup(RERR_IPC);
	}

	*f_in = from_child_pipe[0];
	*f_out = to_child_pipe[1];
  
	return pid;
}



void out_of_memory(char *str)
{
  rprintf(FERROR,"ERROR: out of memory in %s\n",str);
  exit_cleanup(RERR_MALLOC);
}

void overflow(char *str)
{
  rprintf(FERROR,"ERROR: buffer overflow in %s\n",str);
  exit_cleanup(RERR_MALLOC);
}



int set_modtime(char *fname,time_t modtime)
{
	extern int dry_run;
	if (dry_run) return 0;
	{
#ifdef HAVE_UTIMBUF
		struct utimbuf tbuf;  
		tbuf.actime = time(NULL);
		tbuf.modtime = modtime;
		return utime(fname,&tbuf);
#elif defined(HAVE_UTIME)
		time_t t[2];
		t[0] = time(NULL);
		t[1] = modtime;
		return utime(fname,t);
#else
		struct timeval t[2];
		t[0].tv_sec = time(NULL);
		t[0].tv_usec = 0;
		t[1].tv_sec = modtime;
		t[1].tv_usec = 0;
		return utimes(fname,t);
#endif
	}
}


/****************************************************************************
create any necessary directories in fname. Unfortunately we don't know
what perms to give the directory when this is called so we need to rely
on the umask
****************************************************************************/
int create_directory_path(char *fname)
{
	extern int orig_umask;
	char *p;

	while (*fname == '/') fname++;
	while (strncmp(fname,"./",2)==0) fname += 2;

	p = fname;
	while ((p=strchr(p,'/'))) {
		*p = 0;
		do_mkdir(fname,0777 & ~orig_umask); 
		*p = '/';
		p++;
	}
	return 0;
}


/* Write LEN bytes at PTR to descriptor DESC, retrying if interrupted.
   Return LEN upon success, write's (negative) error code otherwise.  

   derived from GNU C's cccp.c.
*/
static int full_write(int desc, char *ptr, size_t len)
{
	int total_written;
	
	total_written = 0;
	while (len > 0) {
		int written = write (desc, ptr, len);
		if (written < 0)  {
#ifdef EINTR
			if (errno == EINTR)
				continue;
#endif
			return written;
		}
		total_written += written;
		ptr += written;
		len -= written;
	}
	return total_written;
}

/* Read LEN bytes at PTR from descriptor DESC, retrying if interrupted.
   Return the actual number of bytes read, zero for EOF, or negative
   for an error.  

   derived from GNU C's cccp.c. */
static int safe_read(int desc, char *ptr, size_t len)
{
	int n_chars;
 
	if (len == 0)
		return len;
 
#ifdef EINTR
	do {
		n_chars = read(desc, ptr, len);
	} while (n_chars < 0 && errno == EINTR);
#else
	n_chars = read(desc, ptr, len);
#endif
 
	return n_chars;
}


/* copy a file - this is used in conjunction with the --temp-dir option */
int copy_file(char *source, char *dest, mode_t mode)
{
	int ifd;
	int ofd;
	char buf[1024 * 8];
	int len;   /* Number of bytes read into `buf'. */

	ifd = do_open(source, O_RDONLY, 0);
	if (ifd == -1) {
		rprintf(FERROR,"open %s: %s\n",
			source,strerror(errno));
		return -1;
	}

	if (robust_unlink(dest) && errno != ENOENT) {
		rprintf(FERROR,"unlink %s: %s\n",
			dest,strerror(errno));
		return -1;
	}

	ofd = do_open(dest, O_WRONLY | O_CREAT | O_TRUNC | O_EXCL, mode);
	if (ofd == -1) {
		rprintf(FERROR,"open %s: %s\n",
			dest,strerror(errno));
		close(ifd);
		return -1;
	}

	while ((len = safe_read(ifd, buf, sizeof(buf))) > 0) {
		if (full_write(ofd, buf, len) < 0) {
			rprintf(FERROR,"write %s: %s\n",
				dest,strerror(errno));
			close(ifd);
			close(ofd);
			return -1;
		}
	}

	close(ifd);
	close(ofd);

	if (len < 0) {
		rprintf(FERROR,"read %s: %s\n",
			source,strerror(errno));
		return -1;
	}

	return 0;
}

/*
  Robust unlink: some OS'es (HPUX) refuse to unlink busy files, so
  rename to <path>/.rsyncNNN instead. Note that successive rsync runs
  will shuffle the filenames around a bit as long as the file is still
  busy; this is because this function does not know if the unlink call
  is due to a new file coming in, or --delete trying to remove old
  .rsyncNNN files, hence it renames it each time.
*/
/* MAX_RENAMES should be 10**MAX_RENAMES_DIGITS */
#define MAX_RENAMES_DIGITS 3
#define MAX_RENAMES 1000

int robust_unlink(char *fname)
{
#ifndef ETXTBSY
	return do_unlink(fname);
#else
	static int counter = 1;
	int rc, pos, start;
	char path[MAXPATHLEN];

	rc = do_unlink(fname);
	if ((rc == 0) || (errno != ETXTBSY))
		return rc;

	strlcpy(path, fname, MAXPATHLEN);

	pos = strlen(path);
	while((path[--pos] != '/') && (pos >= 0))
		;
	++pos;
	strlcpy(&path[pos], ".rsync", MAXPATHLEN-pos);
	pos += sizeof(".rsync")-1;

	if (pos > (MAXPATHLEN-MAX_RENAMES_DIGITS-1)) {
		errno = ETXTBSY;
		return -1;
	}

	/* start where the last one left off to reduce chance of clashes */
	start = counter;
	do {
		sprintf(&path[pos], "%03d", counter);
		if (++counter >= MAX_RENAMES)
			counter = 1;
	} while (((rc = access(path, 0)) == 0) && (counter != start));

	if (verbose > 0)
		rprintf(FINFO,"renaming %s to %s because of text busy\n",
					    fname, path);

	/* maybe we should return rename()'s exit status? Nah. */
	if (do_rename(fname, path) != 0) {
		errno = ETXTBSY;
		return -1;
	}
	return 0;
#endif
}

int robust_rename(char *from, char *to)
{
#ifndef ETXTBSY
	return do_rename(from, to);
#else
	int rc = do_rename(from, to);
	if ((rc == 0) || (errno != ETXTBSY))
		return rc;
	if (robust_unlink(to) != 0)
		return -1;
	return do_rename(from, to);
#endif
}


static pid_t all_pids[10];
static int num_pids;

/* fork and record the pid of the child */
pid_t do_fork(void)
{
	pid_t newpid = fork();
	
	if (newpid) {
		all_pids[num_pids++] = newpid;
	}
	return newpid;
}

/* kill all children */
void kill_all(int sig)
{
	int i;
	for (i=0;i<num_pids;i++) {
		if (all_pids[i] != getpid())
			kill(all_pids[i], sig);
	}
}

/* turn a user name into a uid */
int name_to_uid(char *name, uid_t *uid)
{
	struct passwd *pass;
	if (!name || !*name) return 0;
	pass = getpwnam(name);
	if (pass) {
		*uid = pass->pw_uid;
		return 1;
	}
	return 0;
}

/* turn a group name into a gid */
int name_to_gid(char *name, gid_t *gid)
{
	struct group *grp;
	if (!name || !*name) return 0;
	grp = getgrnam(name);
	if (grp) {
		*gid = grp->gr_gid;
		return 1;
	}
	return 0;
}


/* lock a byte range in a open file */
int lock_range(int fd, int offset, int len)
{
	struct flock lock;

	lock.l_type = F_WRLCK;
	lock.l_whence = SEEK_SET;
	lock.l_start = offset;
	lock.l_len = len;
	lock.l_pid = 0;
	
	return fcntl(fd,F_SETLK,&lock) == 0;
}


static void glob_expand_one(char *s, char **argv, int *argc, int maxargs)
{
#if !(defined(HAVE_GLOB) && defined(HAVE_GLOB_H))
	if (!*s) s = ".";
	argv[*argc] = strdup(s);
	(*argc)++;
	return;
#else
	extern int sanitize_paths;
	glob_t globbuf;
	int i;

	if (!*s) s = ".";

	argv[*argc] = strdup(s);
	if (sanitize_paths) {
		sanitize_path(argv[*argc], NULL);
	}

	memset(&globbuf, 0, sizeof(globbuf));
	glob(argv[*argc], 0, NULL, &globbuf);
	if (globbuf.gl_pathc == 0) {
		(*argc)++;
		globfree(&globbuf);
		return;
	}
	for (i=0; i<(maxargs - (*argc)) && i < (int) globbuf.gl_pathc;i++) {
		if (i == 0) free(argv[*argc]);
		argv[(*argc) + i] = strdup(globbuf.gl_pathv[i]);
		if (!argv[(*argc) + i]) out_of_memory("glob_expand");
	}
	globfree(&globbuf);
	(*argc) += i;
#endif
}

void glob_expand(char *base1, char **argv, int *argc, int maxargs)
{
	char *s = argv[*argc];
	char *p, *q;
	char *base = base1;

	if (!s || !*s) return;

	if (strncmp(s, base, strlen(base)) == 0) {
		s += strlen(base);
	}

	s = strdup(s);
	if (!s) out_of_memory("glob_expand");

	if (asprintf(&base," %s/", base1) <= 0) out_of_memory("glob_expand");

	q = s;
	while ((p = strstr(q,base)) && ((*argc) < maxargs)) {
		/* split it at this point */
		*p = 0;
		glob_expand_one(q, argv, argc, maxargs);
		q = p+strlen(base);
	}

	if (*q && (*argc < maxargs)) glob_expand_one(q, argv, argc, maxargs);

	free(s);
	free(base);
}

/*******************************************************************
  convert a string to lower case
********************************************************************/
void strlower(char *s)
{
	while (*s) {
		if (isupper(*s)) *s = tolower(*s);
		s++;
	}
}

void *Realloc(void *p, int size)
{
	if (!p) return (void *)malloc(size);
	return (void *)realloc(p, size);
}


void clean_fname(char *name)
{
	char *p;
	int l;
	int modified = 1;

	if (!name) return;

	while (modified) {
		modified = 0;

		if ((p=strstr(name,"/./"))) {
			modified = 1;
			while (*p) {
				p[0] = p[2];
				p++;
			}
		}

		if ((p=strstr(name,"//"))) {
			modified = 1;
			while (*p) {
				p[0] = p[1];
				p++;
			}
		}

		if (strncmp(p=name,"./",2) == 0) {      
			modified = 1;
			do {
				p[0] = p[2];
			} while (*p++);
		}

		l = strlen(p=name);
		if (l > 1 && p[l-1] == '/') {
			modified = 1;
			p[l-1] = 0;
		}
	}
}

/*
 * Make path appear as if a chroot had occurred:
 *    1. remove leading "/" (or replace with "." if at end)
 *    2. remove leading ".." components (except those allowed by "reldir")
 *    3. delete any other "<dir>/.." (recursively)
 * Can only shrink paths, so sanitizes in place.
 * While we're at it, remove double slashes and "." components like
 *   clean_fname does(), but DON'T remove a trailing slash because that
 *   is sometimes significant on command line arguments.
 * If "reldir" is non-null, it is a sanitized directory that the path will be
 *    relative to, so allow as many ".." at the beginning of the path as
 *    there are components in reldir.  This is used for symbolic link targets.
 *    If reldir is non-null and the path began with "/", to be completely like
 *    a chroot we should add in depth levels of ".." at the beginning of the
 *    path, but that would blow the assumption that the path doesn't grow and
 *    it is not likely to end up being a valid symlink anyway, so just do
 *    the normal removal of the leading "/" instead.
 * Contributed by Dave Dykstra <dwd@bell-labs.com>
 */

void sanitize_path(char *p, char *reldir)
{
	char *start, *sanp;
	int depth = 0;
	int allowdotdot = 0;

	if (reldir) {
		depth++;
		while (*reldir) {
			if (*reldir++ == '/') {
				depth++;
			}
		}
	}
	start = p;
	sanp = p;
	while (*p == '/') {
		/* remove leading slashes */
		p++;
	}
	while (*p != '\0') {
		/* this loop iterates once per filename component in p.
		 * both p (and sanp if the original had a slash) should
		 * always be left pointing after a slash
		 */
		if ((*p == '.') && ((*(p+1) == '/') || (*(p+1) == '\0'))) {
			/* skip "." component */
			while (*++p == '/') {
				/* skip following slashes */
				;
			}
			continue;
		}
		allowdotdot = 0;
		if ((*p == '.') && (*(p+1) == '.') &&
			    ((*(p+2) == '/') || (*(p+2) == '\0'))) {
			/* ".." component followed by slash or end */
			if ((depth > 0) && (sanp == start)) {
				/* allow depth levels of .. at the beginning */
				--depth;
				allowdotdot = 1;
			} else {
				p += 2;
				if (*p == '/')
					p++;
				if (sanp != start) {
					/* back up sanp one level */
					--sanp; /* now pointing at slash */
					while ((sanp > start) && (*(sanp - 1) != '/')) {
						/* skip back up to slash */
						sanp--;
					}
				}
				continue;
			}
		}
		while (1) {
			/* copy one component through next slash */
			*sanp++ = *p++;
			if ((*p == '\0') || (*(p-1) == '/')) {
				while (*p == '/') {
					/* skip multiple slashes */
					p++;
				}
				break;
			}
		}
		if (allowdotdot) {
			/* move the virtual beginning to leave the .. alone */
			start = sanp;
		}
	}
	if ((sanp == start) && !allowdotdot) {
		/* ended up with nothing, so put in "." component */
		/*
		 * note that the !allowdotdot doesn't prevent this from
		 *  happening in all allowed ".." situations, but I didn't
		 *  think it was worth putting in an extra variable to ensure
		 *  it since an extra "." won't hurt in those situations.
		 */
		*sanp++ = '.';
	}
	*sanp = '\0';
}


static char curr_dir[MAXPATHLEN];

/* like chdir() but can be reversed with pop_dir() if save is set. It
   is also much faster as it remembers where we have been */
char *push_dir(char *dir, int save)
{
	char *ret = curr_dir;
	static int initialised;

	if (!initialised) {
		initialised = 1;
		getcwd(curr_dir, sizeof(curr_dir)-1);
	}

	if (!dir) return NULL; /* this call was probably just to initialize */

	if (chdir(dir)) return NULL;

	if (save) {
		ret = strdup(curr_dir);
	}

	if (*dir == '/') {
		strlcpy(curr_dir, dir, sizeof(curr_dir));
	} else {
		strlcat(curr_dir,"/", sizeof(curr_dir));
		strlcat(curr_dir,dir, sizeof(curr_dir));
	}

	clean_fname(curr_dir);

	return ret;
}

/* reverse a push_dir call */
int pop_dir(char *dir)
{
	int ret;

	ret = chdir(dir);
	if (ret) {
		free(dir);
		return ret;
	}

	strlcpy(curr_dir, dir, sizeof(curr_dir));

	free(dir);

	return 0;
}

/* we need to supply our own strcmp function for file list comparisons
   to ensure that signed/unsigned usage is consistent between machines. */
int u_strcmp(const char *cs1, const char *cs2)
{
	const uchar *s1 = (const uchar *)cs1;
	const uchar *s2 = (const uchar *)cs2;

	while (*s1 && *s2 && (*s1 == *s2)) {
		s1++; s2++;
	}
	
	return (int)*s1 - (int)*s2;
}

static OFF_T  last_ofs;
static struct timeval print_time;
static struct timeval start_time;
static OFF_T  start_ofs;

static unsigned long msdiff(struct timeval *t1, struct timeval *t2)
{
    return (t2->tv_sec - t1->tv_sec) * 1000
        + (t2->tv_usec - t1->tv_usec) / 1000;
}


/**
 * @param ofs Current position in file
 * @param size Total size of file
 * @param is_last True if this is the last time progress will be
 * printed for this file, so we should output a newline.  (Not
 * necessarily the same as all bytes being received.)
 **/
static void rprint_progress(OFF_T ofs, OFF_T size, struct timeval *now,
			    int is_last)
{
    int           pct  = (ofs == size) ? 100 : (int)((100.0*ofs)/size);
    unsigned long diff = msdiff(&start_time, now);
    double        rate = diff ? (double) (ofs-start_ofs) * 1000.0 / diff / 1024.0 : 0;
    const char    *units;
    double        remain = rate ? (double) (size-ofs) / rate / 1000.0: 0.0;
    int 	  remain_h, remain_m, remain_s;

    if (rate > 1024*1024) {
	    rate /= 1024.0 * 1024.0;
	    units = "GB/s";
    } else if (rate > 1024) {
	    rate /= 1024.0;
	    units = "MB/s";
    } else {
	    units = "kB/s";
    }

    remain_s = (int) remain % 60;
    remain_m = (int) (remain / 60.0) % 60;
    remain_h = (int) (remain / 3600.0);
    
    rprintf(FINFO, "%12.0f %3d%% %7.2f%s %4d:%02d:%02d%s",
	    (double) ofs, pct, rate, units,
	    remain_h, remain_m, remain_s,
	    is_last ? "\n" : "\r");
}

void end_progress(OFF_T size)
{
	extern int do_progress, am_server;

	if (do_progress && !am_server) {
        	struct timeval now;
                gettimeofday(&now, NULL);
                rprint_progress(size, size, &now, True);
	}
	last_ofs   = 0;
        start_ofs  = 0;
        print_time.tv_sec  = print_time.tv_usec  = 0;
        start_time.tv_sec  = start_time.tv_usec  = 0;
}

void show_progress(OFF_T ofs, OFF_T size)
{
	extern int do_progress, am_server;
        struct timeval now;

        gettimeofday(&now, NULL);

        if (!start_time.tv_sec && !start_time.tv_usec) {
        	start_time.tv_sec  = now.tv_sec;
                start_time.tv_usec = now.tv_usec;
                start_ofs          = ofs;
        }

	if (do_progress
            && !am_server
            && ofs > last_ofs + 1000
            && msdiff(&print_time, &now) > 250) {
        	rprint_progress(ofs, size, &now, False);
                last_ofs = ofs;
                print_time.tv_sec  = now.tv_sec;
                print_time.tv_usec = now.tv_usec;
	}
}

/* determine if a symlink points outside the current directory tree */
int unsafe_symlink(char *dest, char *src)
{
	char *tok;
	int depth = 0;

	/* all absolute and null symlinks are unsafe */
	if (!dest || !(*dest) || (*dest == '/')) return 1;

	src = strdup(src);
	if (!src) out_of_memory("unsafe_symlink");

	/* find out what our safety margin is */
	for (tok=strtok(src,"/"); tok; tok=strtok(NULL,"/")) {
		if (strcmp(tok,"..") == 0) {
			depth=0;
		} else if (strcmp(tok,".") == 0) {
			/* nothing */
		} else {
			depth++;
		}
	}
	free(src);

	/* drop by one to account for the filename portion */
	depth--;

	dest = strdup(dest);
	if (!dest) out_of_memory("unsafe_symlink");

	for (tok=strtok(dest,"/"); tok; tok=strtok(NULL,"/")) {
		if (strcmp(tok,"..") == 0) {
			depth--;
		} else if (strcmp(tok,".") == 0) {
			/* nothing */
		} else {
			depth++;
		}
		/* if at any point we go outside the current directory then
		   stop - it is unsafe */
		if (depth < 0) break;
	}

	free(dest);
	return (depth < 0);
}


/****************************************************************************
  return the date and time as a string
****************************************************************************/
char *timestring(time_t t)
{
	static char TimeBuf[200];
	struct tm *tm = localtime(&t);

#ifdef HAVE_STRFTIME
	strftime(TimeBuf,sizeof(TimeBuf)-1,"%Y/%m/%d %T",tm);
#else
	strlcpy(TimeBuf, asctime(tm), sizeof(TimeBuf));
#endif

	if (TimeBuf[strlen(TimeBuf)-1] == '\n') {
		TimeBuf[strlen(TimeBuf)-1] = 0;
	}

	return(TimeBuf);
}


/**
 * Sleep for a specified number of milliseconds.
 *
 * Always returns TRUE.  (In the future it might return FALSE if
 * interrupted.)
 **/
int msleep(int t)
{
	int tdiff=0;
	struct timeval tval,t1,t2;  

	gettimeofday(&t1, NULL);
	gettimeofday(&t2, NULL);
  
	while (tdiff < t) {
		tval.tv_sec = (t-tdiff)/1000;
		tval.tv_usec = 1000*((t-tdiff)%1000);
 
		errno = 0;
		select(0,NULL,NULL, NULL, &tval);

		gettimeofday(&t2, NULL);
		tdiff = (t2.tv_sec - t1.tv_sec)*1000 + 
			(t2.tv_usec - t1.tv_usec)/1000;
	}

	return True;
}


/*******************************************************************
 Determine if two file modification times are equivalent (either exact 
 or in the modification timestamp window established by --modify-window) 
 Returns 0 if the times should be treated as the same, 1 if the 
 first is later and -1 if the 2nd is later
 *******************************************************************/
int cmp_modtime(time_t file1, time_t file2)
{
	extern int modify_window;

	if (file2 > file1) {
		if (file2 - file1 <= modify_window) return 0;
		return -1;
	}
	if (file1 - file2 <= modify_window) return 0;
	return 1;
}


#ifdef __INSURE__XX
#include <dlfcn.h>

/*******************************************************************
This routine is a trick to immediately catch errors when debugging
with insure. A xterm with a gdb is popped up when insure catches
a error. It is Linux specific.
********************************************************************/
int _Insure_trap_error(int a1, int a2, int a3, int a4, int a5, int a6)
{
	static int (*fn)();
	int ret;
	char *cmd;

	asprintf(&cmd, "/usr/X11R6/bin/xterm -display :0 -T Panic -n Panic -e /bin/sh -c 'cat /tmp/ierrs.*.%d ; gdb /proc/%d/exe %d'", 
		getpid(), getpid(), getpid());

	if (!fn) {
		static void *h;
		h = dlopen("/usr/local/parasoft/insure++lite/lib.linux2/libinsure.so", RTLD_LAZY);
		fn = dlsym(h, "_Insure_trap_error");
	}

	ret = fn(a1, a2, a3, a4, a5, a6);

	system(cmd);

	free(cmd);

	return ret;
}
#endif