1: /* mf.c - mail filter subroutines */
   2: 
   3: #include "mf.h"
   4: #include <ctype.h>
   5: #include <stdio.h>
   6: 
   7: /*  */
   8: 
   9: static char *getcpy (s)
  10: register char   *s;
  11: {
  12:     register char   *p;
  13: 
  14:     if ((p = malloc ((unsigned) (strlen (s) + 2))) != NULL)
  15:     (void) strcpy (p, s);
  16:     return p;
  17: }
  18: 
  19: 
  20: static char *add (s1, s2)
  21: register char   *s1,
  22:         *s2;
  23: {
  24:     register char   *p;
  25: 
  26:     if (s2 == NULL)
  27:     return getcpy (s1);
  28: 
  29:     if ((p = malloc ((unsigned) (strlen (s1) + strlen (s2) + 2))) != NULL)
  30:     (void) sprintf (p, "%s%s", s2, s1);
  31:     free (s2);
  32:     return p;
  33: }
  34: 
  35: /*  */
  36: 
  37: int     isfrom (string)
  38: register char   *string;
  39: {
  40:     return (strncmp (string, "From ", 5) == 0
  41:         || strncmp (string, ">From ", 6) == 0);
  42: }
  43: 
  44: 
  45: int     lequal (a, b)
  46: register char   *a,
  47:         *b;
  48: {
  49:     for (; *a; a++, b++)
  50:     if (*b == NULL)
  51:         return FALSE;
  52:     else {
  53:         char    c1 = islower (*a) ? toupper (*a) : *a;
  54:         char    c2 = islower (*b) ? toupper (*b) : *b;
  55:         if (c1 != c2)
  56:         return FALSE;
  57:     }
  58: 
  59:     return (*b == NULL);
  60: }
  61: 
  62: /*  */
  63: 
  64: /*
  65:  *
  66:  * seekadrx() is tricky.  We want to cover both UUCP-style and ARPA-style
  67:  * addresses, so for each list of addresses we see if we can find some
  68:  * character to give us a hint.
  69:  *
  70:  */
  71: 
  72: 
  73: #define CHKADR  0       /* undertermined address style */
  74: #define UNIXDR  1       /* UNIX-style address */
  75: #define ARPADR  2       /* ARPAnet-style address */
  76: 
  77: 
  78: static char *punctuators = ";<>.()[]";
  79: static char *vp = NULL;
  80: static char *tp = NULL;
  81: 
  82: static struct adrx  adrxs1;
  83: 
  84: /*  */
  85: 
  86: struct adrx *seekadrx (addrs)
  87: register char   *addrs;
  88: {
  89:     static int  state = CHKADR;
  90:     register char   *cp;
  91:     register struct adrx *adrxp;
  92: 
  93:     if (state == CHKADR)
  94:     for (state = UNIXDR, cp = addrs; *cp; cp++)
  95:         if (index (punctuators, *cp)) {
  96:         state = ARPADR;
  97:         break;
  98:         }
  99: 
 100:     switch (state) {
 101:     case UNIXDR:
 102:         adrxp = uucpadrx (addrs);
 103:         break;
 104: 
 105:     case ARPADR:
 106:     default:
 107:         adrxp = getadrx (addrs);
 108:         break;
 109:     }
 110: 
 111:     if (adrxp == NULL)
 112:     state = CHKADR;
 113: 
 114:     return adrxp;
 115: }
 116: 
 117: /*  */
 118: 
 119: /*
 120:  *
 121:  * uucpadrx() implements a partial UUCP-style address parser.  It's based
 122:  * on the UUCP notion that addresses are separated by spaces or commas.
 123:  *
 124:  */
 125: 
 126: 
 127: struct adrx *uucpadrx (addrs)
 128: register char   *addrs;
 129: {
 130:     register char  *cp,
 131:                    *wp,
 132:                    *xp,
 133:                    *yp,
 134:                    *zp;
 135:     register struct adrx   *adrxp = &adrxs1;
 136: 
 137:     if (vp == NULL) {
 138:     vp = tp = getcpy (addrs);
 139:     compress (addrs, vp);
 140:     }
 141:     else
 142:     if (tp == NULL) {
 143:         free (vp);
 144:         vp = NULL;
 145:         return NULL;
 146:     }
 147: 
 148:     for (cp = tp; isspace (*cp); cp++)
 149:     continue;
 150:     if (*cp == NULL) {
 151:     free (vp);
 152:     vp = tp = NULL;
 153:     return NULL;
 154:     }
 155: 
 156: /*  */
 157: 
 158:     if ((wp = index (cp, ',')) == NULL)
 159:     if ((wp = index (cp, ' ')) != NULL) {
 160:         xp = wp;
 161:         while (isspace (*xp))
 162:         xp++;
 163:         if (*xp != NULL && isat (--xp)) {
 164:         yp = xp + 4;
 165:         while (isspace (*yp))
 166:             yp++;
 167:         if (*yp != NULL)
 168:             if ((zp = index (yp, ' ')) != NULL)
 169:             *zp = NULL, tp = ++zp;
 170:             else
 171:             tp = NULL;
 172:         else
 173:             *wp = NULL, tp = ++wp;
 174:         }
 175:         else
 176:         *wp = NULL, tp = ++wp;
 177:     }
 178:     else
 179:         tp = NULL;
 180:     else
 181:     *wp = NULL, tp = ++wp;
 182: 
 183:     if (adrxp -> text)
 184:     free (adrxp -> text);
 185:     adrxp -> text = getcpy (cp);
 186:     adrxp -> mbox = cp;
 187:     adrxp -> host = adrxp -> path = NULL;
 188:     if ((wp = rindex (cp, '@')) != NULL) {
 189:     *wp++ = NULL;
 190:     adrxp -> host = *wp ? wp : NULL;
 191:     }
 192:     else
 193:     for (wp = cp + strlen (cp) - 4; wp >= cp; wp--)
 194:         if (isat (wp)) {
 195:         *wp++ = NULL;
 196:         adrxp -> host = wp + 3;
 197:         }
 198: 
 199:     adrxp -> pers = adrxp -> grp = adrxp -> note = adrxp -> err = NULL;
 200:     adrxp -> ingrp = 0;
 201: 
 202:     return adrxp;
 203: }
 204: 
 205: /*  */
 206: 
 207: static int  compress (fp, tp)
 208: register char   *fp,
 209:         *tp;
 210: {
 211:     register char   c,
 212:                    *cp;
 213: 
 214:     for (c = ' ', cp = tp; (*tp = *fp++) != NULL;)
 215:     if (isspace (*tp)) {
 216:         if (c != ' ')
 217:         *tp++ = c = ' ';
 218:     }
 219:     else
 220:         c = *tp++;
 221: 
 222:     if (c == ' ' && cp < tp)
 223:     *--tp = NULL;
 224: }
 225: 
 226: 
 227: static int  isat (p)
 228: register char   *p;
 229: {
 230:     return (strncmp (p, " AT ", 4)
 231:         && strncmp (p, " At ", 4)
 232:         && strncmp (p, " aT ", 4)
 233:         && strncmp (p, " at ", 4) ? FALSE : TRUE);
 234: }
 235: 
 236: /*  */
 237: 
 238: /*
 239:  *
 240:  * getadrx() implements a partial 822-style address parser.  The parser
 241:  * is neither complete nor correct.  It does however recognize nearly all
 242:  * of the 822 address syntax.  In addition it handles the majority of the
 243:  * 733 syntax as well.  Most problems arise from trying to accomodate both.
 244:  *
 245:  * In terms of 822, the route-specification in
 246:  *
 247:  *		 "<" [route] local-part "@" domain ">"
 248:  *
 249:  * is parsed and returned unchanged.  Multiple at-signs are compressed
 250:  * via source-routing.  Recursive groups are not allowed as per the
 251:  * standard.
 252:  *
 253:  * In terms of 733, " at " is recognized as equivalent to "@".
 254:  *
 255:  * In terms of both the parser will not complain about missing hosts.
 256:  *
 257:  * -----
 258:  *
 259:  * We should not allow addresses like
 260:  *
 261:  *		Marshall T. Rose <MRose@UCI>
 262:  *
 263:  * but should insist on
 264:  *
 265:  *		"Marshall T. Rose" <MRose@UCI>
 266:  *
 267:  * Unfortunately, a lot of mailers stupidly let people get away with this.
 268:  *
 269:  * -----
 270:  *
 271:  * We should not allow addresses like
 272:  *
 273:  *		<MRose@UCI>
 274:  *
 275:  * but should insist on
 276:  *
 277:  *		MRose@UCI
 278:  *
 279:  * Unfortunately, a lot of mailers stupidly let people's UAs get away with
 280:  * this.
 281:  *
 282:  * -----
 283:  *
 284:  * We should not allow addresses like
 285:  *
 286:  *		@UCI:MRose@UCI-750a
 287:  *
 288:  * but should insist on
 289:  *
 290:  *		Marshall Rose <@UCI:MRose@UCI-750a>
 291:  *
 292:  * Unfortunately, a lot of mailers stupidly do this.
 293:  *
 294:  */
 295: 
 296: /*  */
 297: 
 298: #define QUOTE   '\\'
 299: 
 300: #define LX_END  0
 301: #define LX_ERR  1
 302: #define LX_ATOM 2
 303: #define LX_QSTR 3
 304: #define LX_DLIT 4
 305: #define LX_SEMI 5
 306: #define LX_COMA 6
 307: #define LX_LBRK 7
 308: #define LX_RBRK 8
 309: #define LX_COLN 9
 310: #define LX_DOT  10
 311: #define LX_AT   11
 312: 
 313: static struct {
 314:     char    lx_chr;
 315:     int     lx_val;
 316: }               special[] = {
 317:                     ';', LX_SEMI,
 318:                     ',', LX_COMA,
 319:                     '<', LX_LBRK,
 320:                     '>', LX_RBRK,
 321:                     ':', LX_COLN,
 322:                     '.', LX_DOT,
 323:                     '@', LX_AT,
 324:                     '(', LX_ERR,
 325:                     ')', LX_ERR,
 326:                     QUOTE, LX_ERR,
 327:                     '"', LX_ERR,
 328:                     '[', LX_ERR,
 329:                     ']', LX_ERR,
 330:                     NULL, NULL
 331: };
 332: 
 333: /*  */
 334: 
 335: static int  glevel = 0;
 336: static int  ingrp = 0;
 337: static int  last_lex = LX_END;
 338: 
 339: static char *dp = NULL;
 340: static char *cp = NULL;
 341: static char *ap = NULL;
 342: static char *pers = NULL;
 343: static char *mbox = NULL;
 344: static char *host = NULL;
 345: static char *path = NULL;
 346: static char *grp = NULL;
 347: static char *note = NULL;
 348: static char err[BUFSIZ];
 349: static char adr[BUFSIZ];
 350: 
 351: static struct adrx  adrxs2;
 352: 
 353: /*  */
 354: 
 355: struct adrx *getadrx (addrs)
 356: register char   *addrs;
 357: {
 358:     register char   *bp;
 359:     register struct adrx *adrxp = &adrxs2;
 360: 
 361:     if (pers)
 362:     free (pers);
 363:     if (mbox)
 364:     free (mbox);
 365:     if (host)
 366:     free (host);
 367:     if (path)
 368:     free (path);
 369:     if (grp)
 370:     free (grp);
 371:     if (note)
 372:     free (note);
 373:     pers = mbox = host = path = grp = note = NULL;
 374:     err[0] = NULL;
 375: 
 376:     if (dp == NULL) {
 377:     dp = cp = getcpy (addrs);
 378:     glevel = 0;
 379:     }
 380:     else
 381:     if (cp == NULL) {
 382:         free (dp);
 383:         dp = NULL;
 384:         return NULL;
 385:     }
 386: 
 387:     switch (parse_address ()) {
 388:     case DONE:
 389:         free (dp);
 390:         dp = cp = NULL;
 391:         return NULL;
 392: 
 393:     case OK:
 394:         switch (last_lex) {
 395:         case LX_COMA:
 396:         case LX_END:
 397:             break;
 398: 
 399:         default:    /* catch trailing comments */
 400:             bp = cp;
 401:             (void) my_lex (adr);
 402:             cp = bp;
 403:             break;
 404:         }
 405:         break;
 406: 
 407:     default:
 408:         break;
 409:     }
 410: 
 411:     if (err[0])
 412:     for (;;) {
 413:         switch (last_lex) {
 414:         case LX_COMA:
 415:         case LX_END:
 416:             break;
 417: 
 418:         default:
 419:             (void) my_lex (adr);
 420:             continue;
 421:         }
 422:         break;
 423:     }
 424:     while (isspace (*ap))
 425:     ap++;
 426:     if (cp)
 427:     (void) sprintf (adr, "%.*s", cp - ap, ap);
 428:     else
 429:     (void) strcpy (adr, ap);
 430:     bp = adr + strlen (adr) - 1;
 431:     if (*bp == ',' || *bp == ';' || *bp == '\n')
 432:     *bp = NULL;
 433: 
 434: /*  */
 435: 
 436:     adrxp -> text = adr;
 437:     adrxp -> pers = pers;
 438:     adrxp -> mbox = mbox;
 439:     adrxp -> host = host;
 440:     adrxp -> path = path;
 441:     adrxp -> grp = grp;
 442:     adrxp -> ingrp = ingrp;
 443:     adrxp -> note = note;
 444:     adrxp -> err = err[0] ? err : NULL;
 445: 
 446:     return adrxp;
 447: }
 448: 
 449: /*  */
 450: 
 451: static int  parse_address () {
 452:     char    buffer[BUFSIZ];
 453: 
 454: again: ;
 455:     ap = cp;
 456:     switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 457:     case LX_ATOM:
 458:     case LX_QSTR:
 459:         pers = getcpy (buffer);
 460:         break;
 461: 
 462:     case LX_SEMI:
 463:         if (glevel-- <= 0) {
 464:         (void) strcpy (err, "extraneous semi-colon");
 465:         return NOTOK;
 466:         }
 467:     case LX_COMA:
 468:         if (note) {
 469:         free (note);
 470:         note = NULL;
 471:         }
 472:         goto again;
 473: 
 474:     case LX_END:
 475:         return DONE;
 476: 
 477:     case LX_LBRK:       /* sigh (2) */
 478:         goto get_addr;
 479: 
 480:     case LX_AT:     /* sigh (3) */
 481:         cp = ap;
 482:         if (route_addr (buffer) == NOTOK)
 483:         return NOTOK;
 484:         return OK;      /* why be choosy? */
 485: 
 486:     default:
 487:         (void) sprintf (err, "illegal address construct (%s)", buffer);
 488:         return NOTOK;
 489:     }
 490: 
 491: /*  */
 492: 
 493:     switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 494:     case LX_ATOM:
 495:     case LX_QSTR:
 496:         pers = add (buffer, add (" ", pers));
 497:     more_phrase: ;      /* sigh (1) */
 498:         if (phrase (buffer) == NOTOK)
 499:         return NOTOK;
 500: 
 501:         switch (last_lex) {
 502:         case LX_LBRK:
 503:         get_addr: ;
 504:             if (route_addr (buffer) == NOTOK)
 505:             return NOTOK;
 506:             if (last_lex == LX_RBRK)
 507:             return OK;
 508:             (void) sprintf (err, "missing right-bracket (%s)", buffer);
 509:             return NOTOK;
 510: 
 511:         case LX_COLN:
 512:         get_group: ;
 513:             if (glevel++ > 0) {
 514:             (void) sprintf (err, "nested groups not allowed (%s)",
 515:                 pers);
 516:             return NOTOK;
 517:             }
 518:             grp = add (": ", pers);
 519:             pers = NULL;
 520:             {
 521:             char   *pp = cp;
 522: 
 523:             for (;;)
 524:                 switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 525:                 case LX_SEMI:
 526:                 case LX_END: /* tsk, tsk */
 527:                     glevel--;
 528:                     return OK;
 529: 
 530:                 case LX_COMA:
 531:                     continue;
 532: 
 533:                 default:
 534:                     cp = pp;
 535:                     return parse_address ();
 536:                 }
 537:             }
 538: 
 539:         case LX_DOT:    /* sigh (1) */
 540:             pers = add (".", pers);
 541:             goto more_phrase;
 542: 
 543:         default:
 544:             (void) sprintf (err,
 545:                 "no mailbox in address, only a phrase (%s%s)",
 546:                 pers, buffer);
 547:             return NOTOK;
 548:         }
 549: 
 550: /*  */
 551: 
 552:     case LX_LBRK:
 553:         goto get_addr;
 554: 
 555:     case LX_COLN:
 556:         goto get_group;
 557: 
 558:     case LX_DOT:
 559:         mbox = add (buffer, pers);
 560:         pers = NULL;
 561:         if (route_addr (buffer) == NOTOK)
 562:         return NOTOK;
 563:         goto check_end;
 564: 
 565:     case LX_AT:
 566:         ingrp = glevel;
 567:         mbox = pers;
 568:         pers = NULL;
 569:         if (domain (buffer) == NOTOK)
 570:         return NOTOK;
 571:     check_end: ;
 572:         switch (last_lex) {
 573:         case LX_SEMI:
 574:             if (glevel-- <= 0) {
 575:             (void) strcpy (err, "extraneous semi-colon");
 576:             return NOTOK;
 577:             }
 578:         case LX_COMA:
 579:         case LX_END:
 580:             return OK;
 581: 
 582:         default:
 583:             (void) sprintf (err, "junk after local@domain (%s)",
 584:                 buffer);
 585:             return NOTOK;
 586:         }
 587: 
 588:     case LX_SEMI:       /* no host */
 589:     case LX_COMA:
 590:     case LX_END:
 591:         ingrp = glevel;
 592:         if (last_lex == LX_SEMI && glevel-- <= 0) {
 593:         (void) strcpy (err, "extraneous semi-colon");
 594:         return NOTOK;
 595:         }
 596:         mbox = pers;
 597:         pers = NULL;
 598:         return OK;
 599: 
 600:     default:
 601:         (void) sprintf (err, "missing mailbox (%s)", buffer);
 602:         return NOTOK;
 603:     }
 604: }
 605: 
 606: /*  */
 607: 
 608: static int  phrase (buffer)
 609: register char   *buffer;
 610: {
 611:     for (;;)
 612:     switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 613:         case LX_ATOM:
 614:         case LX_QSTR:
 615:         pers = add (buffer, add (" ", pers));
 616:         continue;
 617: 
 618:         default:
 619:         return OK;
 620:     }
 621: }
 622: 
 623: /*  */
 624: 
 625: static int  route_addr (buffer)
 626: register char   *buffer;
 627: {
 628:     register char   *pp = cp;
 629: 
 630:     if (my_lex (buffer) == LX_AT) {
 631:     if (route (buffer) == NOTOK)
 632:         return NOTOK;
 633:     }
 634:     else
 635:     cp = pp;
 636: 
 637:     if (local_part (buffer) == NOTOK)
 638:     return NOTOK;
 639: 
 640:     switch (last_lex) {
 641:     case LX_AT:
 642:         return domain (buffer);
 643: 
 644:     case LX_RBRK:       /* no host */
 645:     case LX_COMA:
 646:     case LX_END:
 647:         return OK;
 648: 
 649:     default:
 650:         (void) sprintf (err, "no at-sign after local-part (%s)", buffer);
 651:         return NOTOK;
 652:     }
 653: }
 654: 
 655: /*  */
 656: 
 657: static int  local_part (buffer)
 658: register char   *buffer;
 659: {
 660:     ingrp = glevel;
 661: 
 662:     for (;;) {
 663:     switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 664:         case LX_ATOM:
 665:         case LX_QSTR:
 666:         mbox = add (buffer, mbox);
 667:         break;
 668: 
 669:         default:
 670:         (void) sprintf (err, "no mailbox in local-part (%s)", buffer);
 671:         return NOTOK;
 672:     }
 673: 
 674:     switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 675:         case LX_DOT:
 676:         mbox = add (buffer, mbox);
 677:         continue;
 678: 
 679:         default:
 680:         return OK;
 681:     }
 682:     }
 683: }
 684: 
 685: /*  */
 686: 
 687: static int  domain (buffer)
 688: register char   *buffer;
 689: {
 690:     for (;;) {
 691:     switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 692:         case LX_ATOM:
 693:         case LX_DLIT:
 694:         host = add (buffer, host);
 695:         break;
 696: 
 697:         default:
 698:         (void) sprintf (err,
 699:             "no sub-domain in domain-part of address (%s)",
 700:             buffer);
 701:         return NOTOK;
 702:     }
 703: 
 704:     switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 705:         case LX_DOT:
 706:         host = add (buffer, host);
 707:         continue;
 708: 
 709:         case LX_AT:     /* sigh (0) */
 710:         mbox = add (host, add ("%", mbox));
 711:         free (host);
 712:         host = NULL;
 713:         continue;
 714: 
 715:         default:
 716:         return OK;
 717:     }
 718:     }
 719: }
 720: 
 721: /*  */
 722: 
 723: static int  route (buffer)
 724: register char   *buffer;
 725: {
 726:     path = getcpy ("@");
 727: 
 728:     for (;;) {
 729:     switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 730:         case LX_ATOM:
 731:         case LX_DLIT:
 732:         path = add (buffer, path);
 733:         break;
 734: 
 735:         default:
 736:         (void) sprintf (err,
 737:             "no sub-domain in domain-part of address (%s)",
 738:             buffer);
 739:         return NOTOK;
 740:     }
 741:     switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 742:         case LX_COMA:
 743:         path = add (buffer, path);
 744:         for (;;) {
 745:             switch (my_lex (buffer)) {
 746:             case LX_COMA:
 747:                 continue;
 748: 
 749:             case LX_AT:
 750:                 path = add (buffer, path);
 751:                 break;
 752: 
 753:             default:
 754:                 (void) sprintf (err,
 755:                     "no at-sign found for next domain in route (%s)",
 756:                 buffer);
 757:             }
 758:             break;
 759:         }
 760:         continue;
 761: 
 762:         case LX_AT:     /* XXX */
 763:         case LX_DOT:
 764:         path = add (buffer, path);
 765:         continue;
 766: 
 767:         case LX_COLN:
 768:         path = add (buffer, path);
 769:         return OK;
 770: 
 771:         default:
 772:         (void) sprintf (err,
 773:             "no colon found to terminate route (%s)", buffer);
 774:         return NOTOK;
 775:     }
 776:     }
 777: }
 778: 
 779: /*  */
 780: 
 781: static int  my_lex (buffer)
 782: register char   *buffer;
 783: {
 784:     int     i;
 785:     register char    c,
 786:             *bp;
 787: 
 788:     bp = buffer;
 789:     *bp = NULL;
 790:     if (!cp)
 791:     return (last_lex = LX_END);
 792: 
 793:     c = *cp++;
 794:     while (isspace (c))
 795:     c = *cp++;
 796:     if (c == NULL) {
 797:     cp = NULL;
 798:     return (last_lex = LX_END);
 799:     }
 800: 
 801:     if (c == '(')
 802:     for (*bp++ = c, i = 0;;)
 803:         switch (c = *cp++) {
 804:         case NULL:
 805:             cp = NULL;
 806:             return (last_lex = LX_ERR);
 807:         case QUOTE:
 808:             *bp++ = c;
 809:             if ((c = *cp++) == NULL) {
 810:             cp = NULL;
 811:             return (last_lex = LX_ERR);
 812:             }
 813:             *bp++ = c;
 814:             continue;
 815:         case '(':
 816:             i++;
 817:         default:
 818:             *bp++ = c;
 819:             continue;
 820:         case ')':
 821:             *bp++ = c;
 822:             if (--i < 0) {
 823:             *bp = NULL;
 824:             note = note ? add (buffer, add (" ", note))
 825:                 : getcpy (buffer);
 826:             return my_lex (buffer);
 827:             }
 828:         }
 829: 
 830: /*  */
 831: 
 832:     if (c == '"')
 833:     for (*bp++ = c;;)
 834:         switch (c = *cp++) {
 835:         case NULL:
 836:             cp = NULL;
 837:             return (last_lex = LX_ERR);
 838:         case QUOTE:
 839:             *bp++ = c;
 840:             if ((c = *cp++) == NULL) {
 841:             cp = NULL;
 842:             return (last_lex = LX_ERR);
 843:             }
 844:         default:
 845:             *bp++ = c;
 846:             continue;
 847:         case '"':
 848:             *bp++ = c;
 849:             *bp = NULL;
 850:             return (last_lex = LX_QSTR);
 851:         }
 852: 
 853:     if (c == '[')
 854:     for (*bp++ = c;;)
 855:         switch (c = *cp++) {
 856:         case NULL:
 857:             cp = NULL;
 858:             return (last_lex = LX_ERR);
 859:         case QUOTE:
 860:             *bp++ = c;
 861:             if ((c = *cp++) == NULL) {
 862:             cp = NULL;
 863:             return (last_lex = LX_ERR);
 864:             }
 865:         default:
 866:             *bp++ = c;
 867:             continue;
 868:         case ']':
 869:             *bp++ = c;
 870:             *bp = NULL;
 871:             return (last_lex = LX_DLIT);
 872:         }
 873: 
 874: /*  */
 875: 
 876:     *bp++ = c;
 877:     *bp = NULL;
 878:     for (i = 0; special[i].lx_chr != NULL; i++)
 879:     if (c == special[i].lx_chr)
 880:         return (last_lex = special[i].lx_val);
 881: 
 882:     if (iscntrl (c))
 883:     return (last_lex = LX_ERR);
 884: 
 885:     for (;;) {
 886:     if ((c = *cp++) == NULL)
 887:         break;
 888:     for (i = 0; special[i].lx_chr != NULL; i++)
 889:         if (c == special[i].lx_chr)
 890:         goto got_atom;
 891:     if (iscntrl (c) || isspace (c))
 892:         break;
 893:     *bp++ = c;
 894:     }
 895: got_atom: ;
 896:     if (c == NULL)
 897:     cp = NULL;
 898:     else
 899:     cp--;
 900:     *bp = NULL;
 901:     last_lex = !lequal (buffer, "at") || cp == NULL || index (cp, '<') != NULL
 902:     ? LX_ATOM : LX_AT;
 903:     return last_lex;
 904: }
 905: 
 906: /*  */
 907: 
 908: char   *legal_person (p)
 909: register char   *p;
 910: {
 911:     int     i;
 912:     register char   *cp;
 913:     static char buffer[BUFSIZ];
 914: 
 915:     if (*p == '"')
 916:     return p;
 917:     for (cp = p; *cp; cp++)
 918:     for (i = 0; special[i].lx_chr; i++)
 919:         if (*cp == special[i].lx_chr) {
 920:         (void) sprintf (buffer, "\"%s\"", p);
 921:         return buffer;
 922:         }
 923: 
 924:     return p;
 925: }
 926: 
 927: /*  */
 928: 
 929: int mfgets (in, bp)
 930: register FILE *in;
 931: register char  **bp;
 932: {
 933:     int     i;
 934:     register char   *cp,
 935:             *dp,
 936:             *ep;
 937:     static int  len = 0;
 938:     static char *pp = NULL;
 939: 
 940:     if (pp == NULL)
 941:     if ((pp = malloc ((unsigned) (len = BUFSIZ))) == NULL)
 942:         return NOTOK;
 943: 
 944:     for (ep = (cp = pp) + len - 2;;) {
 945:     switch (i = getc (in)) {
 946:         case EOF:
 947:     eol:    ;
 948:         if (cp != pp) {
 949:             *cp = NULL;
 950:             *bp = pp;
 951:             return OK;
 952:         }
 953:     eoh:    ;
 954:         *bp = NULL;
 955:         free (pp);
 956:         pp = NULL;
 957:         return DONE;
 958: 
 959:         case NULL:
 960:         continue;
 961: 
 962:         case '\n':
 963:         if (cp == pp)   /* end of headers, gobble it */
 964:             goto eoh;
 965:         switch (i = getc (in)) {
 966:             default:    /* end of line */
 967:             case '\n':  /* end of headers, save for next call */
 968:             (void) ungetc (i, in);
 969:             goto eol;
 970: 
 971:             case ' ':   /* continue headers */
 972:             case '\t':
 973:             *cp++ = '\n';
 974:             break;
 975:         }       /* fall into default case */
 976: 
 977:         default:
 978:         *cp++ = i;
 979:         break;
 980:     }
 981:     if (cp >= ep)
 982:         if ((dp = realloc (pp, (unsigned) (len += BUFSIZ))) == NULL) {
 983:         free (pp);
 984:         pp = NULL;
 985:         return NOTOK;
 986:         }
 987:         else
 988:         cp += dp - pp, ep = (pp = cp) + len - 2;
 989:     }
 990: }

Defined functions

add defined in line 20; used 20 times
compress defined in line 207; used 1 times
domain defined in line 687; used 2 times
getadrx defined in line 355; used 5 times
getcpy defined in line 9; used 7 times
isat defined in line 227; used 2 times
isfrom defined in line 37; used 3 times
legal_person defined in line 908; used 1 times
lequal defined in line 45; used 14 times
local_part defined in line 657; used 1 times
my_lex defined in line 781; used 15 times
parse_address defined in line 451; used 2 times
phrase defined in line 608; used 1 times
route defined in line 723; used 1 times
route_addr defined in line 625; used 3 times
seekadrx defined in line 86; used 4 times
uucpadrx defined in line 127; used 2 times

Defined variables

adr defined in line 349; used 7 times
adrxs1 defined in line 82; used 1 times
adrxs2 defined in line 351; used 1 times
ap defined in line 341; used 7 times
cp defined in line 340; used 70 times
dp defined in line 339; used 9 times
err defined in line 348; used 21 times
glevel defined in line 335; used 9 times
grp defined in line 346; used 7 times
host defined in line 344; used 15 times
ingrp defined in line 336; used 6 times
last_lex defined in line 337; used 21 times
mbox defined in line 343; used 15 times
note defined in line 347; used 12 times
path defined in line 345; used 17 times
pers defined in line 342; used 23 times
punctuators defined in line 78; used 1 times
  • in line 95
tp defined in line 80; used 19 times
vp defined in line 79; used 7 times

Defined macros

ARPADR defined in line 75; used 1 times
  • in line 96
CHKADR defined in line 73; used 3 times
LX_AT defined in line 311; used 3 times
LX_ATOM defined in line 302; used 1 times
LX_COLN defined in line 309; used 1 times
LX_COMA defined in line 306; used 1 times
LX_DLIT defined in line 304; used 1 times
LX_DOT defined in line 310; used 1 times
LX_END defined in line 300; used 3 times
LX_ERR defined in line 301; used 13 times
LX_LBRK defined in line 307; used 1 times
LX_QSTR defined in line 303; used 1 times
LX_RBRK defined in line 308; used 2 times
LX_SEMI defined in line 305; used 2 times
QUOTE defined in line 298; used 1 times
UNIXDR defined in line 74; used 1 times
  • in line 94
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