1: /*  C K U U S 3 --  "User Interface" for Unix Kermit, part 3  */
   2: 
   3: /*
   4:  Author: Frank da Cruz (SY.FDC@CU20B),
   5:  Columbia University Center for Computing Activities, January 1985.
   6:  Copyright (C) 1985, Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York.
   7:  Permission is granted to any individual or institution to use, copy, or
   8:  redistribute this software so long as it is not sold for profit, provided this
   9:  copyright notice is retained.
  10: */
  11: 
  12: /*  SET and REMOTE commands; screen, debug, interrupt, and logging functions */
  13: 
  14: /* Includes */
  15: 
  16: #include "ckcdeb.h"
  17: #include <stdio.h>
  18: #include <ctype.h>
  19: #include "ckcker.h"
  20: #include "ckucmd.h"
  21: #include "ckuusr.h"
  22: 
  23: /* Variables */
  24: 
  25: extern int size, spsiz, rpsiz, npad, timint, rtimo, speed, local, server,
  26:   image, flow, displa, binary, fncnv, delay, parity, deblog, escape, xargc,
  27:   turn, duplex, cxseen, czseen, nfils, ckxech, pktlog, seslog, tralog, stdouf,
  28:   turnch, chklen, bctr, bctu, dfloc, mdmtyp, keep,
  29:   rptflg, ebqflg, warn, quiet, cnflg, timef, spsizf, mypadn;
  30: 
  31: extern long filcnt, tlci, tlco, ffc, tfc, fsize;
  32: 
  33: extern char *versio, *protv, *ckxv, *ckzv, *fnsv, *connv, *dftty, *cmdv;
  34: extern char *cmarg, *cmarg2, **xargv, **cmlist;
  35: extern CHAR stchr, mystch, sstate, padch, mypadc, eol, seol, ctlq;
  36: extern CHAR filnam[], ttname[];
  37: char *strcpy();
  38: 
  39: /* Declarations from cmd package */
  40: 
  41: extern char cmdbuf[];           /* Command buffer */
  42: 
  43: /* From main ckuser module... */
  44: 
  45: extern char line[100], *lp;     /* Character buffer for anything */
  46: extern char debfil[50],         /* Debugging log file name */
  47:  pktfil[50],                /* Packet log file name */
  48:  sesfil[50],                /* Session log file name */
  49:  trafil[50];                /* Transaction log file name */
  50: 
  51: extern int tlevel;          /* Take Command file level */
  52: extern FILE *tfile[];           /* Array of take command fd's */
  53: 
  54: 
  55: /* Keyword tables for SET commands */
  56: 
  57: 
  58: /* Block checks */
  59: 
  60: struct keytab blktab[] = {
  61:     "1", 1, 0,
  62:     "2", 2, 0,
  63:     "3", 3, 0
  64: };
  65: 
  66: /* Duplex keyword table */
  67: 
  68: struct keytab dpxtab[] = {
  69:     "full",      0, 0,
  70:     "half",      1, 0
  71: };
  72: 
  73: struct keytab filtab[] = {
  74:     "display", XYFILD, 0,
  75:     "names",   XYFILN, 0,
  76:     "type",    XYFILT, 0,
  77:     "warning", XYFILW, 0
  78: };
  79: int nfilp = (sizeof(filtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
  80: 
  81: /* Send/Receive Parameters */
  82: 
  83: struct keytab srtab[] = {
  84:     "end-of-packet", XYEOL, 0,
  85:     "packet-length", XYLEN, 0,
  86:     "pad-character", XYPADC, 0,
  87:     "padding", XYNPAD, 0,
  88:     "start-of-packet", XYMARK, 0,
  89:     "timeout", XYTIMO, 0
  90: };
  91: int nsrtab = (sizeof(srtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
  92: 
  93: /* Flow Control */
  94: 
  95: struct keytab flotab[] = {
  96:     "none",     0, 0,
  97:     "xon/xoff", 1, 0
  98: };
  99: int nflo = (sizeof(flotab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 100: 
 101: /*  Handshake characters  */
 102: 
 103: struct keytab hshtab[] = {
 104:     "bell", 007, 0,
 105:     "cr",   015, 0,
 106:     "esc",  033, 0,
 107:     "lf",   012, 0,
 108:     "none", 999, 0,  /* (can't use negative numbers) */
 109:     "xoff", 023, 0,
 110:     "xon",  021, 0
 111: };
 112: int nhsh = (sizeof(hshtab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 113: 
 114: struct keytab fntab[] = {           /* File naming */
 115:     "converted", 1, 0,
 116:     "literal",   0, 0
 117: };
 118: 
 119: struct keytab fttab[] = {       /* File types */
 120:     "binary",    1, 0,
 121:     "text",      0, 0
 122: };
 123: 
 124: extern struct keytab mdmtab[] ;     /* Modem types (in module ckudia.c) */
 125: extern int nmdm;
 126: 
 127: /* Parity keyword table */
 128: 
 129: struct keytab partab[] = {
 130:     "even",    'e', 0,
 131:     "mark",    'm', 0,
 132:     "none",      0, 0,
 133:     "odd",     'o', 0,
 134:     "space",   's', 0
 135: };
 136: int npar = (sizeof(partab) / sizeof(struct keytab));
 137: 
 138: 
 139: /* On/Off table */
 140: 
 141: struct keytab onoff[] = {
 142:     "off",       0, 0,
 143:     "on",        1, 0
 144: };
 145: 
 146: /* Incomplete File Disposition table */
 147: 
 148: struct keytab ifdtab[] = {
 149:     "discard",   0, 0,
 150:     "keep",      1, 0
 151: };
 152: 
 153: /*  D O P R M  --  Set a parameter.  */
 154: /*
 155:  Returns:
 156:   -2: illegal input
 157:   -1: reparse needed
 158:    0: success
 159: */
 160: doprm(xx) int xx; {
 161:     int x, y, z;
 162:     char *s;
 163: 
 164: switch (xx) {
 165: 
 166: 
 167: case XYEOL: /* These have all been moved to set send/receive... */
 168: case XYLEN:     /* Let the user know what to do. */
 169: case XYMARK:
 170: case XYNPAD:
 171: case XYPADC:
 172: case XYTIMO:
 173:     printf("...Use 'set send' or 'set receive' instead.\n");
 174:     printf("Type 'help set send' or 'help set receive' for more info.\n");
 175:     return(0);
 176: 
 177: case XYIFD:             /* Incomplete file disposition */
 178:     if ((y = cmkey(ifdtab,2,"","discard")) < 0) return(y);
 179:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 180:     keep = y;
 181:     return(0);
 182: 
 183: case XYLINE:
 184:     if ((x = cmtxt("Device name",dftty,&s)) < 0) return(x);
 185:     ttclos();               /* close old line, if any was open */
 186: 
 187:     x = strcmp(s,dftty) ? -1 : dfloc;   /* Maybe let ttopen figure it out... */
 188:     if (ttopen(s,&x,mdmtyp) < 0 ) {     /* Can we open the new line? */
 189:     perror("Sorry, can't open line");
 190:     return(-2);         /* If not, give bad return */
 191:     }
 192:     if (x > -1) local = x;      /* Set local/remote status. */
 193:     strcpy(ttname,s);           /* OK, copy name into real place. */
 194:     if (!local) speed = -1;     /* If remote, say speed unknown. */
 195:     debug(F111,"set line ",ttname,local);
 196:     return(0);
 197: 
 198: case XYCHKT:
 199:     if ((y = cmkey(blktab,3,"","1")) < 0) return(y);
 200:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 201:     bctr = y;
 202:     return(0);
 203: 
 204: case XYDEBU:
 205:     return(seton(&deblog));
 206: 
 207: case XYDELA:
 208:     y = cmnum("Number of seconds before starting to send","5",10,&x);
 209:     debug(F101,"XYDELA: y","",y);
 210:     return(setnum(&delay,x,y));
 211: 
 212: case XYDUPL:
 213:     if ((y = cmkey(dpxtab,2,"","full")) < 0) return(y);
 214:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 215:     duplex = y;
 216:     return(0);
 217: 
 218: case XYESC:
 219:     y = cmnum("Decimal ASCII code for escape character","",10,&x);
 220:     return(setcc(&escape,x,y));
 221: 
 222: case XYFILE:
 223:     if ((y = cmkey(filtab,nfilp,"File parameter","")) < 0) return(y);
 224:     switch (y) {
 225:     int z;
 226:     case XYFILD:            /* Display */
 227:         y = seton(&z);
 228:         if (y < 0) return(y);
 229:         quiet = !z;
 230:         return(0);
 231: 
 232:     case XYFILN:            /* Names */
 233:         if ((x = cmkey(fntab,2,"how to handle filenames","converted")) < 0)
 234:             return(x);
 235:         if ((z = cmcfm()) < 0) return(z);
 236:         fncnv = x;
 237:         return(0);
 238: 
 239:     case XYFILT:            /* Type */
 240:         if ((x = cmkey(fttab,2,"type of file","text")) < 0)
 241:             return(x);
 242:         if ((z = cmcfm()) < 0) return(z);
 243:         binary = x;
 244:         return(0);
 245: 
 246:     case XYFILW:            /* Warning/Write-Protect */
 247:         return(seton(&warn));
 248: 
 249:     default:
 250:         printf("?unexpected file parameter\n");
 251:         return(-2);
 252:     }
 253: 
 254: case XYFLOW:                /* Flow control */
 255:     if ((y = cmkey(flotab,nflo,"","xon/xoff")) < 0) return(y);
 256:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 257:     flow = y;
 258:     return(0);
 259: 
 260: case XYHAND:                /* Handshake */
 261:     if ((y = cmkey(hshtab,nhsh,"","none")) < 0) return(y);
 262:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 263:     turn = (y > 0127) ? 0 : 1 ;
 264:     turnch = y;
 265:     return(0);
 266: 
 267: case XYMODM:
 268:     if ((x=cmkey(mdmtab,nmdm,"type of modem, direct means none","direct")) < 0)
 269:     return(x);
 270:     if ((z = cmcfm()) < 0) return(z);
 271:     mdmtyp = x;
 272:     return(0);
 273: 
 274: case XYPARI:                /* Parity */
 275:     if ((y = cmkey(partab,npar,"","none")) < 0) return(y);
 276:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 277: 
 278: /* If parity not none, then we also want 8th-bit prefixing */
 279: 
 280:     if (parity = y) ebqflg = 1; else ebqflg = 0;
 281:     return(0);
 282: 
 283: case XYPROM:
 284:     if ((x = cmtxt("Program's command prompt","C-Kermit>",&s)) < 0) return(x);
 285:     if (*s == '\42') {          /* Quoted string? */
 286:     x = strlen(s) - 1;      /* Yes, strip quotes. */
 287:     if (*(s+x) == '\42')        /* This allows leading or trailing */
 288:         *(s+x) = '\0';      /* blanks. */
 289:         s++;
 290:     }
 291:     cmsetp(s);
 292:     return(0);
 293: 
 294: 
 295: /* SET SEND/RECEIVE... */
 296: 
 297: case XYRECV:
 298: case XYSEND:
 299:     if (xx == XYRECV)
 300:         strcpy(line,"Parameter for inbound packets");
 301:     else
 302:         strcpy(line,"Parameter for outbound packets");
 303: 
 304:     if ((y = cmkey(srtab,nsrtab,line,"")) < 0) return(y);
 305:     switch (y) {
 306: 
 307: case XYEOL:
 308:     y = cmnum("Decimal ASCII code for packet terminator","0",10,&x);
 309:     if ((y = setcc(&z,x,y)) < 0) return(y);
 310:     if (xx == XYRECV) eol = z; else seol = z;
 311:     return(y);
 312: 
 313: case XYLEN:
 314:     y = cmnum("Maximum number of characters in a packet","90",10,&x);
 315:     if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y)) < 0) return(y);
 316:     if (xx == XYRECV) {         /* Receive... */
 317:     rpsiz = z;                      /*   Just set it. */
 318:     } else {                /* Send... */
 319:     spsiz = z;          /*   Set it and flag that it was set */
 320:     spsizf = 1;         /*   to allow overriding Send-Init. */
 321:     }
 322:     return(y);
 323: 
 324: case XYMARK:
 325:     y = cmnum("Decimal ASCII code for packet-start character","1",10,&x);
 326:     if ((y = setcc(&z,x,y)) < 0) return(y);
 327:     if (xx == XYRECV) stchr = z; else mystch = z;
 328:     return(y);
 329: 
 330: case XYNPAD:                /* Padding */
 331:     y = cmnum("How many padding characters for inbound packets","0",10,&x);
 332:     if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y)) < 0) return(y);
 333:     if (xx == XYRECV) mypadn = z; else npad = z;
 334:     return(y);
 335: 
 336: case XYPADC:                /* Pad character */
 337:     y = cmnum("Decimal ASCII code for inbound pad character","0",10,&x);
 338:     if ((y = setcc(&z,x,y)) < 0) return(y);
 339:     if (xx == XYRECV) mypadc = z; else padch = z;
 340:     return(y);
 341: 
 342: case XYTIMO:
 343:     y = cmnum("Interpacket timeout interval","5",10,&x);
 344:     if ((y = setnum(&z,x,y)) < 0) return(y);
 345:     if (xx == XYRECV) {
 346:     timef = 1;
 347:     timint = z;
 348:     } else rtimo = z;
 349:     return(y);
 350: 
 351:     }
 352: 
 353: case XYSPEE:
 354:     if (!local) {
 355:     printf("\nSpeed setting can only be done on an external line\n");
 356:     printf("You must 'set line' before issuing this command\n");
 357:     return(0);
 358:     }
 359:     lp = line;
 360:     sprintf(lp,"Baud rate for %s",ttname);
 361:     if ((y = cmnum(line,"",10,&x)) < 0) return(y);
 362:     if (y = (cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 363:     y = chkspd(x);
 364:     if (y < 0)
 365:         printf("?Unsupported line speed - %d\n",x);
 366:     else {
 367:         speed = y;
 368:     printf("%s: %d baud\n",ttname,speed);
 369:     }
 370:     return(0);
 371: 
 372: default:
 373:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 374:     printf("Not working yet - %s\n",cmdbuf);
 375:     return(0);
 376:     }
 377: }
 378: 
 379: /*  C H K S P D  --  Check if argument is a valid baud rate  */
 380: 
 381: chkspd(x) int x; {
 382:     switch (x) {
 383:     case 0:
 384:     case 110:
 385:     case 150:
 386:     case 300:
 387:     case 600:
 388:     case 1200:
 389:     case 1800:
 390:     case 2400:
 391:     case 4800:
 392:     case 9600:
 393:         return(x);
 394:     default:
 395:         return(-1);
 396:       }
 397: }
 398: 
 399: /*  S E T O N  --  Parse on/off (default on), set parameter to result  */
 400: 
 401: seton(prm) int *prm; {
 402:     int x, y;
 403:     if ((y = cmkey(onoff,2,"","on")) < 0) return(y);
 404:     if ((x = cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 405:     *prm = y;
 406:     return(0);
 407: }
 408: 
 409: /*  S E T N U M  --  Set parameter to result of cmnum() parse.  */
 410: /*
 411:  Call with x - number from cnum parse, y - return code from cmnum
 412: */
 413: setnum(prm,x,y) int x, y, *prm; {
 414:     debug(F101,"setnum","",y);
 415:     if (y < 0) return(y);
 416:     if (x > 94) {
 417:     printf("\n?Sorry, 94 is the maximum\n");
 418:     return(-2);
 419:     }
 420:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 421:     *prm = x;
 422:     return(0);
 423: }
 424: 
 425: /*  S E T C C  --  Set parameter to an ASCII control character value.  */
 426: 
 427: setcc(prm,x,y) int x, y, *prm; {
 428:     if (y < 0) return(y);
 429:     if ((x > 037) && (x != 0177)) {
 430:     printf("\n?Not in ASCII control range - %d\n",x);
 431:     return(-2);
 432:     }
 433:     if ((y = cmcfm()) < 0) return(y);
 434:     *prm = x;
 435:     return(0);
 436: }
 437: 
 438: /*  D O R M T  --  Do a remote command  */
 439: 
 440: dormt(xx) int xx; {
 441:     int x;
 442:     char *s, sbuf[50], *s2;
 443: 
 444:     if (xx < 0) return(xx);
 445:     switch (xx) {
 446: 
 447: case XZCWD:             /* CWD */
 448:     if ((x = cmtxt("Remote directory name","",&s)) < 0) return(x);
 449:     debug(F111,"XZCWD: ",s,x);
 450:     *sbuf = NUL;
 451:     s2 = sbuf;
 452:     if (*s != NUL) {            /* If directory name given, */
 453:                     /* get password on separate line. */
 454:         if (tlevel > -1) {      /* From take file... */
 455: 
 456:         *line = NUL;
 457:         if (fgets(sbuf,50,tfile[tlevel]) == NULL)
 458:             ermsg("take file ends prematurely in 'remote cwd'");
 459:         debug(F110," pswd from take file",s2,0);
 460: 
 461:         } else {            /* From terminal... */
 462: 
 463:         printf(" Password: ");      /* get a password */
 464:         while (((x = getchar()) != NL) && (x != CR)) { /* with no echo */
 465:             if ((x &= 0177) == '?') {
 466:                 printf("? Password of remote directory\n Password: ");
 467:             s2 = sbuf;
 468:             *sbuf = NUL;
 469:             }
 470:             else if (x == ESC)  /* Mini command line editor... */
 471:                 putchar(BEL);
 472:         else if (x == BS || x == 0177)
 473:             s2--;
 474:         else if (x == 025) {
 475:             s2 = sbuf;
 476:             *sbuf = NUL;
 477:         }
 478:             else
 479:             *s2++ = x;
 480:             }
 481:         *s2 = NUL;
 482:         putchar('\n');
 483:         }
 484:         s2 = sbuf;
 485:     } else s2 = "";
 486:     debug(F110," password",s2,0);
 487:     sstate = setgen('C',s,s2,"");
 488:     return(0);
 489: 
 490: case XZDEL:             /* Delete */
 491:     if ((x = cmtxt("Name of remote file(s) to delete","",&s)) < 0) return(x);
 492:     return(sstate = rfilop(s,'E'));
 493: 
 494: case XZDIR:             /* Directory */
 495:     if ((x = cmtxt("Remote directory or file specification","",&s)) < 0)
 496:         return(x);
 497:     return(sstate = setgen('D',s,"",""));
 498: 
 499: case XZHLP:             /* Help */
 500:     if (x = (cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 501:     sstate = setgen('H',"","","");
 502:     return(0);
 503: 
 504: case XZHOS:             /* Host */
 505:     if ((x = cmtxt("Command for remote system","",&cmarg)) < 0) return(x);
 506:     return(sstate = 'c');
 507: 
 508: case XZPRI:             /* Print */
 509:     if ((x = cmtxt("Remote file(s) to print on remote printer","",&s)) < 0)
 510:         return(x);
 511:     return(sstate = rfilop(s,'S'));
 512: 
 513: case XZSPA:             /* Space */
 514:     if ((x = cmtxt("Confirm, or remote directory name","",&s)) < 0) return(x);
 515:     return(sstate = setgen('U',s,"",""));
 516: 
 517: case XZTYP:             /* Type */
 518:     if ((x = cmtxt("Remote file specification","",&s)) < 0) return(x);
 519:     return(sstate = rfilop(s,'T'));
 520: 
 521: case XZWHO:
 522:     if ((x = cmtxt("Remote user name, or carriage return","",&s)) < 0)
 523:         return(x);
 524:     return(sstate = setgen('W',s,"",""));
 525: 
 526: default:
 527:     if (x = (cmcfm()) < 0) return(x);
 528:     printf("not working yet - %s\n",cmdbuf);
 529:     return(-2);
 530:     }
 531: }
 532: 
 533: 
 534: 
 535: /*  R F I L O P  --  Remote File Operation  */
 536: 
 537: rfilop(s,t) char *s, t; {
 538:     if (*s == NUL) {
 539:     printf("?File specification required\n");
 540:     return(-2);
 541:     }
 542:     debug(F111,"rfilop",s,t);
 543:     return(setgen(t,s,"",""));
 544: }
 545: 
 546: /*  S C R E E N  --  Screen display function  */
 547: 
 548: /*  screen(f,c,n,s)
 549:       f - argument descriptor
 550:       c - a character or small integer
 551:       n - a long integer
 552:       s - a string.
 553:  Fill in this routine with the appropriate display update for the system.
 554:  This version is for a dumb tty.
 555: */
 556: screen(f,c,n,s) int f; long n; char c; char *s; {
 557:     static int p = 0;           /* Screen position */
 558:     int len;                /* Length of string */
 559:     char buf[80];           /* Output buffer */
 560:     len = strlen(s);            /* Length of string */
 561:     if (!displa || quiet) return;   /* No update if display flag off */
 562: 
 563:     switch (f) {
 564: 
 565: case SCR_FN:                /* filename */
 566:     conoll(""); conol(s); conoc(SP); p = len + 1; return;
 567: 
 568: case SCR_AN:                /* as-name */
 569:     if (p + len > 75) { conoll(""); p = 0; }
 570:     conol("=> "); conol(s); if ((p += (len + 3)) > 78) { conoll(""); p = 0; }
 571:     return;
 572: 
 573: case SCR_FS:                /* file-size */
 574:     sprintf(buf,", Size: %ld",n);  conoll(buf);  p = 0; return;
 575: 
 576: case SCR_XD:                /* x-packet data */
 577:     conoll(""); conoll(s); p = 0; return;
 578: 
 579: case SCR_ST:                /* File status */
 580:     switch (c) {
 581:     case ST_OK:             /*  Transferred OK */
 582:         if ((p += 5) > 78) { conoll(""); p = 0; }
 583:         conoll(" [OK]"); p += 5; return;
 584: 
 585:     case ST_DISC:           /*  Discarded */
 586:         if ((p += 12) > 78) { conoll(""); p = 0; }
 587:         conoll(" [discarded]"); p += 12; return;
 588: 
 589:     case ST_INT:            /*  Interrupted */
 590:         if ((p += 14) > 78) { conoll(""); p = 0; }
 591:         conoll(" [interrupted]"); p += 14; return;
 592: 
 593:     case ST_SKIP:           /*  Skipped */
 594:         conoll("");
 595:         conol("Skipping "); conoll(s); p = 0;
 596:         return;
 597: 
 598:         default:
 599:         conoll("*** screen() called with bad status ***"); p = 0; return;
 600:     }
 601: 
 602: case SCR_PN:                /* Packet number */
 603:     sprintf(buf,"%s: %ld",s,n); conol(buf); p += strlen(buf); return;
 604: 
 605: case SCR_PT:                /* Packet type or pseudotype */
 606:     if (c == 'Y') return;       /* Don't bother with ACKs */
 607:     if (c == 'D') {         /* Only show every 4th data packet */
 608:     if (n % 4) return;
 609:     c = '.';
 610:     }
 611:     if (p++ > 78) {         /* If near right margin, */
 612:     conoll("");         /* Start new line */
 613:     p = 0;              /* and reset counter. */
 614:     }
 615:     conoc(c);               /* Display the character. */
 616:     return;
 617: 
 618: case SCR_TC:                /* transaction complete */
 619:     conoc(BEL); return;
 620: 
 621: case SCR_EM:                /* Error message */
 622:     conoll(""); conoc('?'); conoll(s); p = 0; return;       /* +1	*/
 623: 
 624: case SCR_WM:                /* Warning message */
 625:     conoll(""); conoll(s); p = 0; return;
 626: 
 627: case SCR_TU:                /* Undelimited text */
 628:     if ((p += len) > 78) { conoll(""); p = len; }
 629:     conol(s); return;
 630: 
 631: case SCR_TN:                /* Text delimited at beginning */
 632:     conoll(""); conol(s); p = len; return;
 633: 
 634: case SCR_TZ:                /* Text delimited at end */
 635:     if ((p += len) > 78) { conoll(""); p = len; }
 636:     conoll(s); return;
 637: 
 638: case SCR_QE:                /* Quantity equals */
 639:     sprintf(buf,"%s: %ld",s,n);
 640:     conoll(buf); p = 0; return;
 641: 
 642: default:
 643:     conoll("*** screen() called with bad object ***"); p = 0; return;
 644:     }
 645: }
 646: 
 647: /*  I N T M S G  --  Issue message about terminal interrupts  */
 648: 
 649: intmsg(n) long n; {
 650:     extern char *chstr();
 651:     char buf[80];
 652: 
 653:     if ((!displa) || (quiet)) return;
 654: #ifdef UXIII
 655:     (void) conchk();    /* clear out pending escape-signals in ckxbsd.c */
 656: #endif
 657:     if (n == 1) {
 658: #ifdef UXIII
 659:                 /* we need to signal before kb input */
 660:     sprintf(buf,"Type escape (%s) followed by:",chstr(escape));
 661:     screen(SCR_TN,0,0l,buf);
 662: #endif
 663:  screen(SCR_TN,0,0l,"CTRL-F to cancel file,  CTRL-R to resend current packet");
 664:  screen(SCR_TN,0,0l,"CTRL-B to cancel batch, CTRL-A for status report: ");
 665:     }
 666:     else screen(SCR_TU,0,0l," ");
 667: }
 668: 
 669: /*  C H K I N T  --  Check for console interrupts  */
 670: 
 671: /*** should rework not to destroy typeahead ***/
 672: 
 673: chkint() {
 674:     int ch, cn;
 675: 
 676:     if ((!local) || (quiet)) return(0); /* Only do this if local & not quiet */
 677:     cn = conchk();          /* Any input waiting? */
 678:     debug(F101,"conchk","",cn);
 679: 
 680:     while (cn > 0) {            /* Yes, read it. */
 681:     cn--;
 682:             /* give read 5 seconds for interrupt character */
 683:     if ((ch = coninc(5)) < 0) return(0);
 684:     switch (ch & 0177) {
 685:         case 0001:          /* CTRL-A */
 686:         screen(SCR_TN,0,0l,"^A  Status report:");
 687:         screen(SCR_TN,0,0l," file type: ");
 688:         if (binary) screen(SCR_TZ,0,0l,"binary");
 689:             else    screen(SCR_TZ,0,0l,"text");
 690:         screen(SCR_QE,0,(long)filcnt," file number");
 691:         screen(SCR_QE,0,(long)ffc,   " characters ");
 692:         screen(SCR_QE,0,(long)bctu,  " block check");
 693:         screen(SCR_QE,0,(long)rptflg," compression");
 694:         screen(SCR_QE,0,(long)ebqflg," 8th-bit prefixing");
 695:         continue;
 696:         case 0002:          /* CTRL-B */
 697:             screen(SCR_TN,0,0l,"^B - Cancelling Batch ");
 698:             czseen = 1;
 699:         continue;
 700:         case 0006:          /* CTRL-F */
 701:             screen(SCR_TN,0,0l,"^F - Cancelling File ");
 702:             cxseen = 1;
 703:         continue;
 704:         case 0022:                  /* CTRL-R */
 705:             screen(SCR_TN,0,0l,"^R - Resending ");
 706:             resend();
 707:         return(1);
 708:         default:            /* Anything else, just ignore */
 709:             screen(SCR_TU,0,0l," [Ignored] ");
 710:         continue;
 711:         }
 712:     }
 713:     return(0);
 714: }
 715: 
 716: /*  D E B U G  --  Enter a record in the debugging log  */
 717: 
 718: /*
 719:  Call with a format, two strings, and a number:
 720:    f  - Format, a bit string in range 0-7.
 721:         If bit x is on, then argument number x is printed.
 722:    s1 - String, argument number 1.  If selected, printed as is.
 723:    s2 - String, argument number 2.  If selected, printed in brackets.
 724:    n  - Int, argument 3.  If selected, printed preceded by equals sign.
 725: 
 726:    f=0 is special: print s1,s2, and interpret n as a char.
 727: */
 728: #ifdef DEBUG
 729: debug(f,s1,s2,n) int f, n; char *s1, *s2; {
 730:     static char s[200];
 731:     char *sp = s;
 732: 
 733:     if (!deblog) return;        /* If no debug log, don't */
 734:     switch (f) {
 735:         case F000:          /* 0, print both strings, */
 736:         sprintf(sp,"%s%s%c\n",s1,s2,n); /*  and interpret n as a char */
 737:         zsout(ZDFILE,s);
 738:         break;
 739:         case F001:          /* 1, "=n" */
 740:         sprintf(sp,"=%d\n",n);
 741:         zsout(ZDFILE,s);
 742:         break;
 743:         case F010:          /* 2, "[s2]" */
 744:         sprintf(sp,"[%s]\n",s2);
 745:         zsout(ZDFILE,"");
 746:         break;
 747:         case F011:          /* 3, "[s2]=n" */
 748:         sprintf(sp,"[%s]=%d\n",s2,n);
 749:         zsout(ZDFILE,s);
 750:         break;
 751:         case F100:          /* 4, "s1" */
 752:         zsoutl(ZDFILE,s1);
 753:         break;
 754:         case F101:          /* 5, "s1=n" */
 755:         sprintf(sp,"%s=%d\n",s1,n);
 756:         zsout(ZDFILE,s);
 757:         break;
 758:         case F110:          /* 6, "s1[s2]" */
 759:         sprintf(sp,"%s[%s]\n",s1,s2);
 760:         zsout(ZDFILE,s);
 761:         break;
 762:         case F111:          /* 7, "s1[s2]=n" */
 763:         sprintf(sp,"%s[%s]=%d\n",s1,s2,n);
 764:         zsout(ZDFILE,s);
 765:         break;
 766:     default:
 767:         sprintf(sp,"\n?Invalid format for debug() - %d\n",n);
 768:         zsout(ZDFILE,s);
 769:     }
 770: }
 771: #endif
 772: 
 773: #ifdef TLOG
 774: /*  T L O G  --  Log a record in the transaction file  */
 775: /*
 776:  Call with a format and 3 arguments: two strings and a number:
 777:    f  - Format, a bit string in range 0-7, bit x is on, arg #x is printed.
 778:    s1,s2 - String arguments 1 and 2.
 779:    n  - Int, argument 3.
 780: */
 781: tlog(f,s1,s2,n) int f; long n; char *s1, *s2; {
 782:     static char s[200];
 783:     char *sp = s; int x;
 784: 
 785:     if (!tralog) return;        /* If no transaction log, don't */
 786:     switch (f) {
 787:         case F000:          /* 0 (special) "s1 n s2"  */
 788:         sprintf(sp,"%s %ld %s\n",s1,n,s2);
 789:         zsout(ZTFILE,s);
 790:         break;
 791:         case F001:          /* 1, " n" */
 792:         sprintf(sp," %ld\n",n);
 793:         zsout(ZTFILE,s);
 794:         break;
 795:         case F010:          /* 2, "[s2]" */
 796:         x = strlen(s2);
 797:         if (s2[x] == '\n') s2[x] = '\0';
 798:         sprintf(sp,"[%s]\n",s2);
 799:         zsout(ZTFILE,"");
 800:         break;
 801:         case F011:          /* 3, "[s2] n" */
 802:         x = strlen(s2);
 803:         if (s2[x] == '\n') s2[x] = '\0';
 804:         sprintf(sp,"[%s] %ld\n",s2,n);
 805:         zsout(ZTFILE,s);
 806:         break;
 807:         case F100:          /* 4, "s1" */
 808:         zsoutl(ZTFILE,s1);
 809:         break;
 810:         case F101:          /* 5, "s1: n" */
 811:         sprintf(sp,"%s: %ld\n",s1,n);
 812:         zsout(ZTFILE,s);
 813:         break;
 814:         case F110:          /* 6, "s1 s2" */
 815:         x = strlen(s2);
 816:         if (s2[x] == '\n') s2[x] = '\0';
 817:         sprintf(sp,"%s %s\n",s1,s2);
 818:         zsout(ZTFILE,s);
 819:         break;
 820:         case F111:          /* 7, "s1 s2: n" */
 821:         x = strlen(s2);
 822:         if (s2[x] == '\n') s2[x] = '\0';
 823:         sprintf(sp,"%s %s: %ld\n",s1,s2,n);
 824:         zsout(ZTFILE,s);
 825:         break;
 826:     default:
 827:         sprintf(sp,"\n?Invalid format for tlog() - %ld\n",n);
 828:         zsout(ZTFILE,s);
 829:     }
 830: }
 831: #endif

Defined functions

chkint defined in line 673; used 2 times
chkspd defined in line 381; used 2 times
debug defined in line 729; never used
doprm defined in line 160; used 1 times
dormt defined in line 440; used 1 times
intmsg defined in line 649; used 2 times
rfilop defined in line 537; used 3 times
screen defined in line 556; used 42 times
setcc defined in line 427; used 4 times
setnum defined in line 413; used 4 times
seton defined in line 401; used 3 times
tlog defined in line 781; never used

Defined variables

blktab defined in line 60; used 1 times
dpxtab defined in line 68; used 1 times
filtab defined in line 73; used 2 times
flotab defined in line 95; used 2 times
fntab defined in line 114; used 1 times
fttab defined in line 119; used 1 times
hshtab defined in line 103; used 2 times
ifdtab defined in line 148; used 1 times
nfilp defined in line 79; used 1 times
nflo defined in line 99; used 1 times
nhsh defined in line 112; used 1 times
npar defined in line 136; used 1 times
nsrtab defined in line 91; used 1 times
onoff defined in line 141; used 1 times
partab defined in line 129; used 2 times
srtab defined in line 83; used 2 times
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