root/src/vfs/extfs/helpers/uzip.in

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#! @PERL@ -w
#
# zip file archive Virtual File System for Midnight Commander
# Version 1.4.0 (2001-08-07).
#
# (C) 2000-2001  Oskar Liljeblad <osk@hem.passagen.se>.
#
 
use POSIX;
use File::Basename;
use strict;
 
#
# Configuration options
#
 
# Location of the zip program
my $app_zip = "@ZIP@";
# Location of the unzip program
my $app_unzip = $ENV{MC_TEST_EXTFS_LIST_CMD} || "@UNZIP@";
# Set this to 1 if zipinfo (unzip -Z) is to be used (recommended), otherwise 0.
my $op_has_zipinfo = exists($ENV{MC_TEST_EXTFS_HAVE_ZIPINFO}) ? $ENV{MC_TEST_EXTFS_HAVE_ZIPINFO} : @HAVE_ZIPINFO@;
 
# Command used to list archives (zipinfo mode)
my $cmd_list_zi = "$app_unzip -Z -l -T";
# Command used to list archives (non-zipinfo mode)
my $cmd_list_nzi = "$app_unzip -qq -v";
# Command used to add a file to the archive
my $cmd_add = "$app_zip -g";
# Command used to add a link file to the archive (unused)
my $cmd_addlink = "$app_zip -g -y";
# Command used to delete a file from the archive
my $cmd_delete = "$app_zip -d";
# Command used to extract a file to standard out
my $cmd_extract = "$app_unzip -p";
 
# -rw-r--r--  2.2 unx     2891 tx     1435 defN 20000330.211927 ./edit.html
# (perm) (?) (?) (size) (?) (zippedsize) (method) (yyyy)(mm)(dd).(HH)(MM)(SS) (fname)
my $regex_zipinfo_line = qr"^(\S{7,10})\s+(\d+\.\d+)\s+(\S+)\s+(\d+)\s+(\S\S)\s+(\d+)\s+(\S{4})\s+(\d{4})(\d\d)(\d\d)\.(\d\d)(\d\d)(\d\d)\s(.*)$";
 
#     2891  Defl:N     1435  50%  03-30-00 21:19  50cbaaf8  ./edit.html
# (size) (method) (zippedsize) (zipratio) (mm)-(dd)-(yy|yyyy) (HH):(MM) (cksum) (fname)
#                                       or: (yyyy)-(mm)-(dd)
my $regex_nonzipinfo_line = qr"^\s*(\d+)\s+(\S+)\s+(\d+)\s+(-?\d+\%)\s+(\d+)-(\d?\d)-(\d+)\s+(\d?\d):(\d\d)\s+([0-9a-f]+)\s\s(.*)$";
 
#
# Main code
#
 
die "uzip: missing command and/or archive arguments\n" if ($#ARGV < 1);
 
# Initialization of some global variables
my $cmd = shift;
my %known = ( './' => 1 );
my %pending = ();
my $oldpwd = POSIX::getcwd();
my $archive = shift;
my $aarchive = absolutize($archive, $oldpwd);
my $cmd_list = ($op_has_zipinfo ? $cmd_list_zi : $cmd_list_nzi);
my ($qarchive, $aqarchive) = map (quotemeta, $archive, $aarchive);
 
# Strip all "." and ".." path components from a pathname.
sub zipfs_canonicalize_pathname($) {
  my ($fname) = @_;
  $fname =~ s,/+,/,g;
  $fname =~ s,(^|/)(?:\.?\./)+,$1,;
  return $fname;
}
 
# The Midnight Commander never calls this script with archive pathnames
# starting with either "./" or "../". Some ZIP files contain such names,
# so we need to build a translation table for them.
my $zipfs_realpathname_table = undef;
sub zipfs_realpathname($) {
    my ($fname) = @_;
 
    if (!defined($zipfs_realpathname_table)) {
        $zipfs_realpathname_table = {};
        if (!open(ZIP, "$cmd_list $qarchive |")) {
            return $fname;
        }
        foreach my $line (<ZIP>) {
            $line =~ s/\r*\n*$//;
            if ($op_has_zipinfo) {
                if ($line =~ $regex_zipinfo_line) {
                    my ($fname) = ($14);
                    $zipfs_realpathname_table->{zipfs_canonicalize_pathname($fname)} = $fname;
                }
            } else {
                if ($line =~ $regex_nonzipinfo_line) {
                    my ($fname) = ($11);
                    $zipfs_realpathname_table->{zipfs_canonicalize_pathname($fname)} = $fname;
                }
            }
        }
        if (!close(ZIP)) {
            return $fname;
        }
    }
    if (exists($zipfs_realpathname_table->{$fname})) {
        return $zipfs_realpathname_table->{$fname};
    }
    return $fname;
}
 
if ($cmd eq 'list')    { &mczipfs_list(@ARGV); }
if ($cmd eq 'rm')      { &mczipfs_rm(@ARGV); }
if ($cmd eq 'rmdir')   { &mczipfs_rmdir(@ARGV); }
if ($cmd eq 'mkdir')   { &mczipfs_mkdir(@ARGV); }
if ($cmd eq 'copyin')  { &mczipfs_copyin(@ARGV); }
if ($cmd eq 'copyout') { &mczipfs_copyout(@ARGV); }
if ($cmd eq 'run')               { &mczipfs_run(@ARGV); }
#if ($cmd eq 'mklink')  { &mczipfs_mklink(@ARGV); }             # Not supported by MC extfs
#if ($cmd eq 'linkout') { &mczipfs_linkout(@ARGV); }    # Not supported by MC extfs
exit 1;
 
# Remove a file from the archive.
sub mczipfs_rm {
        my ($qfile) = map { &zipquotemeta(zipfs_realpathname($_)) } @_;
 
        # "./" at the beginning of pathnames is stripped by Info-ZIP,
        # so convert it to "[.]/" to prevent stripping.
        $qfile =~ s/^\\\./[.]/;
 
        &checkargs(1, 'archive file', @_);
        &safesystem("$cmd_delete $qarchive $qfile >/dev/null");
        exit;
}
 
# Remove an empty directory from the archive.
# The only difference from mczipfs_rm is that we append an 
# additional slash to the directory name to remove. I am not
# sure this is absolutely necessary, but it doesn't hurt.
sub mczipfs_rmdir {
        my ($qfile) = map { &zipquotemeta(zipfs_realpathname($_)) } @_;
        &checkargs(1, 'archive directory', @_);
        &safesystem("$cmd_delete $qarchive $qfile/ >/dev/null", 12);
  exit;
}
 
# Extract a file from the archive.
# Note that we don't need to check if the file is a link,
# because mc apparently doesn't call copyout for symbolic links.
sub mczipfs_copyout {
        my ($qafile, $qfsfile) = map { &zipquotemeta(zipfs_realpathname($_)) } @_;
        &checkargs(1, 'archive file', @_);
        &checkargs(2, 'local file', @_);
        &safesystem("$cmd_extract $qarchive $qafile > $qfsfile", 11);
  exit;
}
 
# Add a file to the archive.
# This is done by making a temporary directory, in which
# we create a symlink the original file (with a new name).
# Zip is then run to include the real file in the archive,
# with the name of the symbolic link.
# Here we also doesn't need to check for symbolic links,
# because the mc extfs doesn't allow adding of symbolic
# links.
sub mczipfs_copyin {
        my ($afile, $fsfile) = @_;
        &checkargs(1, 'archive file', @_);
        &checkargs(2, 'local file', @_);
        my ($qafile) = quotemeta $afile;
        $fsfile = &absolutize($fsfile, $oldpwd);
        my $adir = File::Basename::dirname($afile);
 
        my $tmpdir = &mktmpdir();
        chdir $tmpdir || &croak("chdir $tmpdir failed");
        &mkdirs($adir, 0700);
        symlink ($fsfile, $afile) || &croak("link $afile failed");
        &safesystem("$cmd_add $aqarchive $qafile >/dev/null");
        unlink $afile || &croak("unlink $afile failed");
        &rmdirs($adir);
        chdir $oldpwd || &croak("chdir $oldpwd failed");
        rmdir $tmpdir || &croak("rmdir $tmpdir failed");
  exit;
}
 
# Add an empty directory the the archive.
# This is similar to mczipfs_copyin, except that we don't need
# to use symlinks.
sub mczipfs_mkdir {
        my ($dir) = @_;
        &checkargs(1, 'directory', @_);
        my ($qdir) = quotemeta $dir;
 
        my $tmpdir = &mktmpdir();
        chdir $tmpdir || &croak("chdir $tmpdir failed");
        &mkdirs($dir, 0700);
        &safesystem("$cmd_add $aqarchive $qdir >/dev/null");
        &rmdirs($dir);
        chdir $oldpwd || &croak("chdir $oldpwd failed");
        rmdir $tmpdir || &croak("rmdir $tmpdir failed");
  exit;
}
 
# Add a link to the archive. This operation is not used yet,
# because it is not supported by the MC extfs.
sub mczipfs_mklink {
        my ($linkdest, $afile) = @_;
        &checkargs(1, 'link destination', @_);
        &checkargs(2, 'archive file', @_);
        my ($qafile) = quotemeta $afile;
        my $adir = File::Basename::dirname($afile);
 
        my $tmpdir = &mktmpdir();
        chdir $tmpdir || &croak("chdir $tmpdir failed");
        &mkdirs($adir, 0700);
        symlink ($linkdest, $afile) || &croak("link $afile failed");
        &safesystem("$cmd_addlink $aqarchive $qafile >/dev/null");
        unlink $afile || &croak("unlink $afile failed");
        &rmdirs($adir);
        chdir $oldpwd || &croak("chdir $oldpwd failed");
        rmdir $tmpdir || &croak("rmdir $tmpdir failed");
  exit;
}
 
# This operation is not used yet, because it is not
# supported by the MC extfs.
sub mczipfs_linkout {
        my ($afile, $fsfile) = @_;
        &checkargs(1, 'archive file', @_);
        &checkargs(2, 'local file', @_);
        my ($qafile) = map { &zipquotemeta($_) } $afile;
 
        my $linkdest = &get_link_destination($afile);
        symlink ($linkdest, $fsfile) || &croak("link $fsfile failed");
  exit;
}
 
# Use unzip to find the link destination of a certain file in the
# archive.
sub get_link_destination {
        my ($afile) = @_;
        my ($qafile) = map { &zipquotemeta($_) } $afile;
        my $linkdest = safeticks("$cmd_extract $qarchive $qafile");
        &croak ("extract failed", "link destination of $afile not found")
                        if (!defined $linkdest || $linkdest eq '');
        return $linkdest;
}
 
# List files in the archive.
# Because mc currently doesn't allow a file's parent directory
# to be listed after the file itself, we need to do some
# rearranging of the output. Most of this is done in
# checked_print_file.
sub mczipfs_list {
        open (PIPE, "$cmd_list $qarchive |") || &croak("$app_unzip failed");
        if ($op_has_zipinfo) {
                while (<PIPE>) {
                        chomp;
                        next if /^Archive:/;
                        next if /^\d+ file/;
                        next if /^Empty zipfile\.$/;
                        my @match = /$regex_zipinfo_line/;
                        next if ($#match != 13);
                        &checked_print_file(@match);
                }
        } else {
                while (<PIPE>) {
                        chomp;
                        my @match = /$regex_nonzipinfo_line/;
                        next if ($#match != 10);
 
                        # Massage the date.
                        my ($year, $month, $day) = $match[4] > 12
                                                     ? ($match[4], $match[5], $match[6])   # 4,5,6 = Y,M,D
                                                     : ($match[6], $match[4], $match[5]);  # 4,5,6 = M,D,Y
                        $year += ($year < 70 ? 2000 : 1900) if $year < 100;  # Fix 2-digit year.
 
                        my @rmatch = ('', '', 'unknown', $match[0], '', $match[2], $match[1],
                                        $year, $month, $day, $match[7], $match[8], "00", $match[10]);
                        &checked_print_file(@rmatch);
                }
        }
        if (!close (PIPE)) {
                &croak("$app_unzip failed") if ($! != 0);
                &croak("$app_unzip failed", 'non-zero exit status ('.($? >> 8).')') 
        }
 
        foreach my $key (sort keys %pending) {
                foreach my $file (@{ $pending{$key} }) {
                        &print_file(@{ $file });
                }
        }
 
  exit;
}
 
# Execute a file in the archive, by first extracting it to a
# temporary directory. The name of the extracted file will be
# the same as the name of it in the archive.
sub mczipfs_run {
        my ($afile) = @_;
        &checkargs(1, 'archive file', @_);
        my $qafile = &zipquotemeta(zipfs_realpathname($afile));
        my $tmpdir = &mktmpdir();
        my $tmpfile = File::Basename::basename($afile);
 
        chdir $tmpdir || &croak("chdir $tmpdir failed");
        &safesystem("$cmd_extract $aqarchive $qafile > $tmpfile");
  chmod 0700, $tmpfile;
        &safesystem("./$tmpfile");
        unlink $tmpfile || &croak("rm $tmpfile failed");
        chdir $oldpwd || &croak("chdir $oldpwd failed");
        rmdir $tmpdir || &croak("rmdir $tmpdir failed");
  exit;
}
 
# This is called prior to printing the listing of a file.
# A check is done to see if the parent directory of the file has already
# been printed or not. If it hasn't, we must cache it (in %pending) and
# print it later once the parent directory has been listed. When all
# files have been processed, there may still be some that haven't been 
# printed because their parent directories weren't listed at all. These
# files are dealt with in mczipfs_list.
sub checked_print_file {
        my @waiting = ([ @_ ]);
 
        while ($#waiting != -1) {
                my $item = shift @waiting;
                my $filename = ${$item}[13];
                my $dirname = File::Basename::dirname($filename) . '/';
 
                if (exists $known{$dirname}) {
                        &print_file(@{$item});
                        if ($filename =~ /\/$/) {
                                $known{$filename} = 1;
                                if (exists $pending{$filename}) {
                                        push @waiting, @{ $pending{$filename} };
                                        delete $pending{$filename};
                                }
                        }
                } else {
                        push @{$pending{$dirname}}, $item;
                }
        }
}
 
# Print the mc extfs listing of a file from a set of parsed fields.
# If the file is a link, we extract it from the zip archive and
# include the output as the link destination. Because this output
# is not newline terminated, we must execute unzip once for each
# link file encountered.
sub print_file {
        my ($perms,$zipver,$platform,$realsize,$format,$cmpsize,$comp,$year,$mon,$day,$hours,$mins,$secs,$filename) = @_;
        if ($platform ne 'unx') {
                $perms = ($filename =~ /\/$/ ? 'drwxr-xr-x' : '-rw-r--r--');
        }
        # adjust abnormal perms on directory
        if ($platform eq 'unx' && $filename =~ /\/$/ && $perms =~ /^\?(.*)$/) {
                $perms = 'd'.$1;
        }
        printf "%-10s    1 %-8d %-8d %8s %s/%s/%s %s:%s:%s ./%s", $perms, $<,
                $(, $realsize, $mon, $day, $year, $hours, $mins, $secs, $filename;
        if ($platform eq 'unx' && $perms =~ /^l/) {
                my $linkdest = &get_link_destination($filename);
                print " -> $linkdest";
        }
        print "\n";
}
 
# Die with a reasonable error message.
sub croak {
        my ($command, $desc) = @_;
        die "uzip ($cmd): $command - $desc\n" if (defined $desc);
        die "uzip ($cmd): $command - $!\n";
}
 
# Make a set of directories, like the command `mkdir -p'.
# This subroutine has been tailored for this script, and
# because of that, it ignored the directory name '.'.
sub mkdirs {
        my ($dirs, $mode) = @_;
        $dirs = &cleandirs($dirs);
        return if ($dirs eq '.');
 
        my $newpos = -1;
        while (($newpos = index($dirs, '/', $newpos+1)) != -1) {
                my $dir = substr($dirs, 0, $newpos);
                mkdir ($dir, $mode) || &croak("mkdir $dir failed");
        }
        mkdir ($dirs, $mode) || &croak("mkdir $dirs failed");
}
 
# Remove a set of directories, failing if the directories
# contain other files.
# This subroutine has been tailored for this script, and
# because of that, it ignored the directory name '.'.
sub rmdirs {
        my ($dirs) = @_;
        $dirs = &cleandirs($dirs);
        return if ($dirs eq '.');
 
        rmdir $dirs || &croak("rmdir $dirs failed");
        my $newpos = length($dirs);
        while (($newpos = rindex($dirs, '/', $newpos-1)) != -1) {
                my $dir = substr($dirs, 0, $newpos);
                rmdir $dir || &croak("rmdir $dir failed");
        }
}
 
# Return a semi-canonical directory name.
sub cleandirs {
        my ($dir) = @_;
        $dir =~ s:/+:/:g;
        $dir =~ s:/*$::;
        return $dir;
}
 
# Make a temporary directory with mode 0700.
sub mktmpdir {
        use File::Temp qw(mkdtemp);
        my $template = "/tmp/mcuzipfs.XXXXXX";
        $template="$ENV{MC_TMPDIR}/mcuzipfs.XXXXXX" if ($ENV{MC_TMPDIR});
        return mkdtemp($template);
}
 
# Make a filename absolute and return it.
sub absolutize {
        my ($file, $pwd) = @_;
        return "$pwd/$file" if ($file !~ /^\//);
        return $file;
}
 
# Like the system built-in function, but with error checking.
# The other argument is an exit status to allow.
sub safesystem {
        my ($command, @allowrc) = @_;
        my ($desc) = ($command =~ /^([^ ]*) */);
        $desc = File::Basename::basename($desc);
        system $command;
        my $rc = $?;
        &croak("`$desc' failed") if (($rc & 0xFF) != 0);
        if ($rc != 0) {
                $rc = $rc >> 8;
                foreach my $arc (@allowrc) {
                        return if ($rc == $arc);
                }
                &croak("`$desc' failed", "non-zero exit status ($rc)");
        }
}
 
# Like backticks built-in, but with error checking.
sub safeticks {
        my ($command, @allowrc) = @_;
        my ($desc) = ($command =~ /^([^ ]*) /);
        $desc = File::Basename::basename($desc);
        my $out = `$command`;
        my $rc = $?;
        &croak("`$desc' failed") if (($rc & 0xFF) != 0);
        if ($rc != 0) {
                $rc = $rc >> 8;
                foreach my $arc (@allowrc) {
                        return if ($rc == $arc);
                }
                &croak("`$desc' failed", "non-zero exit status ($rc)");
        }
        return $out;
}
 
# Make sure enough arguments are supplied, or die.
sub checkargs {
        my $count = shift;
        my $desc = shift;
        &croak('missing argument', $desc) if ($count-1 > $#_);
}
 
# Quote zip wildcard metacharacters. Unfortunately Info-ZIP zip and unzip
# on unix interpret some wildcards in filenames, despite the fact that
# the shell already does this. Thus this function.
sub zipquotemeta {
        my ($name) = @_;
        my $out = '';
        for (my $c = 0; $c < length $name; $c++) {
                my $ch = substr($name, $c, 1);
                $out .= '\\' if (index('*?[]\\', $ch) != -1);
                $out .= $ch;
        }
        return quotemeta($out);
}

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