1: /*
   2:  * NNTP client routines.
   3:  *
   4:  * %W%	(Berkeley) %G%
   5:  */
   6: 
   7: #include <stdio.h>
   8: #include <sys/types.h>
   9: #include <sys/socket.h>
  10: #include <netinet/in.h>
  11: #include <netdb.h>
  12: #include "response_codes.h"
  13: 
  14: FILE    *ser_rd_fp;
  15: FILE    *ser_wr_fp;
  16: 
  17: /*
  18:  * server_init  Get a connection to the remote news server.
  19:  *
  20:  *	Parameters:	"machine" is the machine to connect to.
  21:  *
  22:  *	Returns:	-1 on error, 0 otherwise.
  23:  *
  24:  *	Side effects:	Connects to server.
  25:  */
  26: 
  27: server_init(machine)
  28: char    *machine;
  29: {
  30:     int sockt_rd, sockt_wr;
  31:     char    line[256];
  32: 
  33:     sockt_rd = getsocket(machine);  /* Get a socket to the */
  34:     if (sockt_rd < 0)       /* server, abort on */
  35:         return (-1);
  36: 
  37:     /*
  38: 	 * Now we'll make file pointers (i.e., buffered I/O) out of
  39: 	 * the socket file descriptor.  Note that we can't just
  40: 	 * open a fp for reading and writing -- we have to open
  41: 	 * up two separate fp's, one for reading, one for writing.
  42: 	 */
  43: 
  44:     if ((ser_rd_fp = fdopen(sockt_rd, "r")) == NULL) {
  45:         perror("server_init: fdopen #1");
  46:         return (-1);
  47:     }
  48: 
  49:     sockt_wr = dup(sockt_rd);
  50:     if ((ser_wr_fp = fdopen(sockt_wr, "w")) == NULL) {
  51:         perror("server_init: fdopen #2");
  52:         return (-1);
  53:     }
  54: 
  55:     /* Now get the server's signon message */
  56: 
  57:     (void) get_server(line, sizeof(line));
  58:     if (line[0] != CHAR_OK) {
  59:         (void) close(sockt_rd);
  60:         (void) close(sockt_wr);
  61:         return (-1);        /* And abort if it's not good */
  62:     }
  63:     return (0);
  64: }
  65: 
  66: 
  67: /*
  68:  * getsocket -- get us a socket connected to the news server.
  69:  *
  70:  *	Parameters:	"machine" is the machine the server is running on.
  71:  *
  72:  *	Returns:	Socket connected to the news server if
  73:  *			all is ok, else -1 on error.
  74:  *
  75:  *	Side effects:	Connects to server.
  76:  *
  77:  *	Errors:		Printed via perror.
  78:  */
  79: 
  80: getsocket(machine)
  81: char    *machine;
  82: {
  83:     int s;
  84:     struct  sockaddr_in sin;
  85:     struct  servent *getservbyname(), *sp;
  86:     struct  hostent *gethostbyname(), *hp;
  87: 
  88:     if ((sp = getservbyname("nntp", "tcp")) ==  NULL) {
  89:         fprintf(stderr, "nntp/tcp: Unknown service.\n");
  90:         return (-1);
  91:     }
  92: 
  93:     if ((hp = gethostbyname(machine)) == NULL) {
  94:         fprintf(stderr, "%s: Unknown host.\n", machine);
  95:         return (-1);
  96:     }
  97: 
  98:     bzero((char *) &sin, sizeof(sin));
  99:     bcopy(hp->h_addr, (char *) &sin.sin_addr, hp->h_length);
 100:     sin.sin_family = hp->h_addrtype;
 101:     sin.sin_port = sp->s_port;
 102: 
 103:     if ((s = socket(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM, 0)) < 0) { /* Get the socket */
 104:         perror("socket");
 105:         return (-1);
 106:     }
 107: 
 108:     /* And then connect */
 109: 
 110:     if (connect(s, (struct sockaddr *) &sin, sizeof(sin)) < 0) {
 111:         perror("connect");
 112:         return (-1);
 113:     }
 114: 
 115:     return (s);
 116: }
 117: 
 118: 
 119: /*
 120:  * put_server -- send a line of text to the server, terminating it
 121:  * with CR and LF, as per ARPA standard.
 122:  *
 123:  *	Parameters:	"string" is the string to be sent to the
 124:  *			server.
 125:  *
 126:  *	Returns:	Nothing.
 127:  *
 128:  *	Side effects:	Talks to the server.
 129:  *
 130:  *	Note:		This routine flushes the buffer each time
 131:  *			it is called.  For large transmissions
 132:  *			(i.e., posting news) don't use it.  Instead,
 133:  *			do the fprintf's yourself, and then a final
 134:  *			fflush.
 135:  */
 136: 
 137: void
 138: put_server(string)
 139: char *string;
 140: {
 141:     /* fprintf(stderr, ">>> %s\n", string); */
 142:     fprintf(ser_wr_fp, "%s\r\n", string);
 143:     (void) fflush(ser_wr_fp);
 144: }
 145: 
 146: 
 147: /*
 148:  * get_server -- get a line of text from the server.  Strips
 149:  * CR's and LF's.
 150:  *
 151:  *	Parameters:	"string" has the buffer space for the
 152:  *			line received.
 153:  *			"size" is the size of the buffer.
 154:  *
 155:  *	Returns:	-1 on error, 0 otherwise.
 156:  *
 157:  *	Side effects:	Talks to server, changes contents of "string".
 158:  */
 159: 
 160: get_server(string, size)
 161: char    *string;
 162: int size;
 163: {
 164:     register char *cp;
 165:     char    *index();
 166: 
 167:     if (fgets(string, size, ser_rd_fp) == NULL)
 168:         return (-1);
 169: 
 170:     if ((cp = index(string, '\r')) != NULL)
 171:         *cp = '\0';
 172:     else if ((cp = index(string, '\n')) != NULL)
 173:         *cp = '\0';
 174:     /* fprintf(stderr, "<<< %s\n", string); */
 175: 
 176:     return (0);
 177: }
 178: 
 179: 
 180: /*
 181:  * close_server -- close the connection to the server, after sending
 182:  *		the "quit" command.
 183:  *
 184:  *	Parameters:	None.
 185:  *
 186:  *	Returns:	Nothing.
 187:  *
 188:  *	Side effects:	Closes the connection with the server.
 189:  *			You can't use "put_server" or "get_server"
 190:  *			after this routine is called.
 191:  */
 192: 
 193: void
 194: close_server()
 195: {
 196:     char    ser_line[256];
 197: 
 198:     put_server("QUIT");
 199:     (void) get_server(ser_line, sizeof(ser_line));
 200: 
 201:     (void) fclose(ser_wr_fp);
 202:     (void) fclose(ser_rd_fp);
 203: }

Defined functions

close_server defined in line 193; never used
get_server defined in line 160; used 2 times
getsocket defined in line 80; used 1 times
  • in line 33
put_server defined in line 137; used 1 times
server_init defined in line 27; never used
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