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<h3 align="center">2.x </h3><hr>
<h2><a class="anchor" name="welcome">
Introduction</a></h2>
iniParser is a simple C library offering ini file parsing services. The library is pretty small (less than 1500 lines of C) and robust, and does not depend on any other external library to compile. It is written in ANSI C and should compile anywhere without difficulty.<p>
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<h2><a class="anchor" name="inidef">
What is an ini file?</a></h2>
An ini file is an ASCII file describing simple parameters (character strings, integers, floating-point values or booleans) in an explicit format, easy to use and modify for users.<p>
An ini file is segmented into Sections, declared by the following syntax:<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"> [Section Name]
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i.e. the section name enclosed in square brackets, alone on a line. Sections names are allowed to contain any character but square brackets or linefeeds. Slashes (/) are also reserved for hierarchical sections (see below).<p>
In any section are zero or more variables, declared with the following syntax:<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"> Key = value ; comment
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The key is any string (possibly containing blanks). The value is any character on the right side of the equal sign. Values can be given enclosed with quotes. If no quotes are present, the value is understood as containing all characters between the first and the last non-blank characters. The following declarations are identical:<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"> Hello = "this is a long string value" ; comment
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The semicolon and comment at the end of the line are optional. If there is a comment, it starts from the first character after the semicolon up to the end of the line.<p>
Comments in an ini file are:<p>
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<h2><a class="anchor" name="install">
Compiling/installing the library</a></h2>
Edit the Makefile to indicate the C compiler you want to use, the options to provide to compile ANSI C, and possibly the options to pass to the <code>ar</code> program on your machine to build a library (.a) from a set of object (.o) files.<p>
Defaults are set for the gcc compiler and the standard ar library builder.<p>
Type 'make', that should do it.<p>
To use the library in your programs, add the following line on top of your module:<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"><span class="preprocessor"> #include "<a class="code" href="iniparser_8h.html">iniparser.h</a>"</span>
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And link your program with the iniparser library by adding <code>-liniparser</code>.a to the compile line.<p>
See the file test/initest.c for an example.<p>
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<h2><a class="anchor" name="reference">
Library reference</a></h2>
The library is completely documented in its header file. On-line documentation has been generated and can be consulted here:<p>
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<li><a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html">iniparser.h</a></li></ul>
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<h2><a class="anchor" name="usage">
Using the parser</a></h2>
Comments are discarded by the parser. Then sections are identified, and in each section a new entry is created for every keyword found. The keywords are stored with the following syntax:<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"> [Section]
Keyword = value ; comment
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is converted to the following key pair:<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"> ("section:keyword", "value")
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This means that if you want to retrieve the value that was stored in the section called <code>Pizza</code>, in the keyword <code>Cheese</code>, you would make a request to the dictionary for <code>"pizza:cheese"</code>. All section and keyword names are converted to lowercase before storage in the structure. The value side is conserved as it has been parsed, though.<p>
Section names are also stored in the structure. They are stored using as key the section name, and a NULL associated value. They can be queried through <a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a11">iniparser_find_entry()</a>.<p>
To launch the parser, simply use the function called <a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a12">iniparser_load()</a>, which takes an input file name and returns a newly allocated <em>dictionary</em> structure. This latter object should remain opaque to the user and only accessed through the following accessor functions:<p>
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Finally, discard this structure using <a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a13">iniparser_freedict()</a>.<p>
All values parsed from the ini file are stored as strings. The getint, getdouble and getboolean accessors are just converting these strings to the requested type on the fly, but you could basically perform this conversion by yourself after having called the getstr accessor.<p>
Notice that the <a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a8">iniparser_getboolean()</a> function will return an integer (0 or 1), trying to make sense of what was found in the file. Strings starting with "y", "Y", "t", "T" or "1" are considered true values (return 1), strings starting with "n", "N", "f", "F", "0" are considered false (return 0). This allows flexible handling of boolean answers.<p>
If you want to add extra information into the structure that was not present in the ini file, you can use <a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a9">iniparser_setstr()</a> to insert a string.<p>
<hr>
<h2><a class="anchor" name="implementation">
A word about the implementation</a></h2>
The dictionary structure is a pretty simple dictionary implementation which might find some uses in other applications. If you are curious, look into the source.<p>
<hr>
<h2><a class="anchor" name="hierarchical">
Hierarchical ini files</a></h2>
ini files are nice to present informations to the user in a readable format, but lack a very useful feature: the possibility of organizing data in a hierarchical (tree-like) fashion. The following convention can be used to make ini files obtain this second dimension:<p>
A section depends on another section if it contains its name as a prefix, separated by slashes (/). For example: we have 2 main sections in the ini file. The first one is called <code>Pizza</code> and has two child subsections called <code>Cheese</code> and <code>Ham</code>. The second main section in the ini file is called <code>Wine</code> and has two child subsections called <code>Year</code> and <code>Grape</code>. As a tree, this could appear as:<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"> |
+-- Pizza
| +-- Cheese
| +-- Ham
+-- Wine
+--- Year
+--- Grape
</pre></div><p>
In an ini file, that would be converted to:<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"> [Pizza]
 
[Pizza/Cheese]
Name = Gorgonzola ;
Origin = Italy ;
 
[Pizza/Ham]
Name = Parma ;
Origin = Italy ;
 
[Wine]
 
[Wine/Year]
Value = 1998 ;
 
[Wine/Grape]
Name = Cabernet Sauvignon ;
Origin = Chile ;
</pre></div><p>
This proposal is actually more related to the way people write ini files, more than the parser presented here. But it is certainly a useful way of making tree-like data declarations without going through painful formats like XML.<p>
Accessing the above tree would give something like (error checking removed for clarity sake):<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"> dictionary * d ;
 
d = <a class="code" href="iniparser_8h.html#a12">iniparser_load</a>(<span class="stringliteral">"example.ini"</span>);
 
printf(<span class="stringliteral">"cheese name is %s\n"</span>, <a class="code" href="iniparser_8h.html#a4">iniparser_getstr</a>(d, <span class="stringliteral">"pizza/cheese:name"</span>));
printf(<span class="stringliteral">"grape name is %s\n"</span>, <a class="code" href="iniparser_8h.html#a4">iniparser_getstr</a>(d, <span class="stringliteral">"wine/grape:name"</span>));
 
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The whole ini file above is represented in the dictionary as the following list of pairs:<p>
<div class="fragment"><pre class="fragment"> key value
 
"pizza" NULL
"pizza/cheese" NULL
"pizza/cheese:name" "Gorgonzola"
"pizza/cheese:origin" "Italy"
"pizza/ham" NULL
"pizza/ham:name" "Parma"
"pizza/ham:origin" "Italy"
"wine" NULL
"wine/year" NULL
"wine/year:value" "1998"
"wine/grape" NULL
"wine/grape:name" "Cabernet Sauvignon"
"wine/grape:origin" "Chile"
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Authors</a></h2>
Nicolas Devillard (ndevilla AT free DOT fr).
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Get name for section n in a dictionary. <a href="#a1"></a><br></td></tr>
<tr><td class="memItemLeft" nowrap align="right" valign="top">void&nbsp;</td><td class="memItemRight" valign="bottom"><a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a2">iniparser_dump_ini</a> (dictionary *d, FILE *f)</td></tr>
 
<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Save a dictionary to a loadable ini file. <a href="#a2"></a><br></td></tr>
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Dump a dictionary to an opened file pointer. <a href="#a3"></a><br></td></tr>
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Get the string associated to a key, return NULL if not found. <a href="#a4"></a><br></td></tr>
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Get the string associated to a key. <a href="#a5"></a><br></td></tr>
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Get the string associated to a key, convert to an int. <a href="#a6"></a><br></td></tr>
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Get the string associated to a key, convert to a double. <a href="#a7"></a><br></td></tr>
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Get the string associated to a key, convert to a boolean. <a href="#a8"></a><br></td></tr>
<tr><td class="memItemLeft" nowrap align="right" valign="top">int&nbsp;</td><td class="memItemRight" valign="bottom"><a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a9">iniparser_setstr</a> (dictionary *ini, char *entry, char *val)</td></tr>
 
<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Set an entry in a dictionary. <a href="#a9"></a><br></td></tr>
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Delete an entry in a dictionary. <a href="#a10"></a><br></td></tr>
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Finds out if a given entry exists in a dictionary. <a href="#a11"></a><br></td></tr>
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<tr><td class="mdescLeft">&nbsp;</td><td class="mdescRight">Parse an ini file and return an allocated dictionary object. <a href="#a12"></a><br></td></tr>
<tr><td class="memItemLeft" nowrap align="right" valign="top">void&nbsp;</td><td class="memItemRight" valign="bottom"><a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a13">iniparser_freedict</a> (dictionary *d)</td></tr>
 
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<hr><a name="_details"></a><h2>Detailed Description</h2>
Parser for ini files.
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<dl compact><dt><b>Author:</b></dt><dd>N. Devillard </dd></dl>
<dl compact><dt><b>Date:</b></dt><dd>Mar 2000 </dd></dl>
<dl compact><dt><b>Version:</b></dt><dd><dl compact><dt><b>Revision</b></dt><dd>1.20 </dd></dl>
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Dump a dictionary to an opened file pointer.
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Save a dictionary to a loadable ini file.
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This function dumps a given dictionary into a loadable ini file. It is Ok to specify <code>stderr</code> or <code>stdout</code> as output files. </td>
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Finds out if a given entry exists in a dictionary.
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Finds out if a given entry exists in the dictionary. Since sections are stored as keys with NULL associated values, this is the only way of querying for the presence of sections in a dictionary. </td>
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Free all memory associated to an ini dictionary.
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Free all memory associated to an ini dictionary. It is mandatory to call this function before the dictionary object gets out of the current context. </td>
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Get the string associated to a key, convert to a boolean.
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This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found, the notfound value is returned.<p>
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Get the string associated to a key, convert to a double.
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This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found, the notfound value is returned. </td>
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Get number of sections in a dictionary.
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Get the string associated to a key, return NULL if not found.
<p>
<dl compact><dt><b>Parameters:</b></dt><dd>
<table border="0" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="0">
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>d</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Dictionary to search </td></tr>
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>key</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Key string to look for </td></tr>
</table>
</dl>
<dl compact><dt><b>Returns:</b></dt><dd>pointer to statically allocated character string, or NULL.</dd></dl>
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found, NULL is returned. The returned char pointer is pointing to a string allocated in the dictionary, do not free or modify it.<p>
This function is only provided for backwards compatibility with previous versions of iniparser. It is recommended to use <a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a5">iniparser_getstring()</a> instead. </td>
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<table class="mdTable" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0">
<tr>
<td class="mdRow">
<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0">
<tr>
<td class="md" nowrap valign="top">char* iniparser_getstring </td>
<td class="md" valign="top">(&nbsp;</td>
<td class="md" nowrap valign="top">dictionary *&nbsp;</td>
<td class="mdname" nowrap> <em>d</em>, </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="md" nowrap align="right"></td>
<td class="md"></td>
<td class="md" nowrap>char *&nbsp;</td>
<td class="mdname" nowrap> <em>key</em>, </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="md" nowrap align="right"></td>
<td class="md"></td>
<td class="md" nowrap>char *&nbsp;</td>
<td class="mdname" nowrap> <em>def</em></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="md"></td>
<td class="md">)&nbsp;</td>
<td class="md" colspan="2"></td>
</tr>
</table>
</td>
</tr>
</table>
<table cellspacing="5" cellpadding="0" border="0">
<tr>
<td>
&nbsp;
</td>
<td>
 
<p>
Get the string associated to a key.
<p>
<dl compact><dt><b>Parameters:</b></dt><dd>
<table border="0" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="0">
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>d</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Dictionary to search </td></tr>
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>key</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Key string to look for </td></tr>
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>def</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Default value to return if key not found. </td></tr>
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</dl>
<dl compact><dt><b>Returns:</b></dt><dd>pointer to statically allocated character string</dd></dl>
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found, the pointer passed as 'def' is returned. The returned char pointer is pointing to a string allocated in the dictionary, do not free or modify it. </td>
</tr>
</table>
<a class="anchor" name="a12"></a><!-- doxytag: member="iniparser.h::iniparser_load" ref="a12" args="(char *ininame)" --><p>
<table class="mdTable" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0">
<tr>
<td class="mdRow">
<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0">
<tr>
<td class="md" nowrap valign="top">dictionary* iniparser_load </td>
<td class="md" valign="top">(&nbsp;</td>
<td class="md" nowrap valign="top">char *&nbsp;</td>
<td class="mdname1" valign="top" nowrap> <em>ininame</em> </td>
<td class="md" valign="top">&nbsp;)&nbsp;</td>
<td class="md" nowrap></td>
</tr>
</table>
</td>
</tr>
</table>
<table cellspacing="5" cellpadding="0" border="0">
<tr>
<td>
&nbsp;
</td>
<td>
 
<p>
Parse an ini file and return an allocated dictionary object.
<p>
<dl compact><dt><b>Parameters:</b></dt><dd>
<table border="0" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="0">
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>ininame</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Name of the ini file to read. </td></tr>
</table>
</dl>
<dl compact><dt><b>Returns:</b></dt><dd>Pointer to newly allocated dictionary</dd></dl>
This is the parser for ini files. This function is called, providing the name of the file to be read. It returns a dictionary object that should not be accessed directly, but through accessor functions instead.<p>
The returned dictionary must be freed using <a class="el" href="iniparser_8h.html#a13">iniparser_freedict()</a>. </td>
</tr>
</table>
<a class="anchor" name="a9"></a><!-- doxytag: member="iniparser.h::iniparser_setstr" ref="a9" args="(dictionary *ini, char *entry, char *val)" --><p>
<table class="mdTable" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0">
<tr>
<td class="mdRow">
<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0">
<tr>
<td class="md" nowrap valign="top">int iniparser_setstr </td>
<td class="md" valign="top">(&nbsp;</td>
<td class="md" nowrap valign="top">dictionary *&nbsp;</td>
<td class="mdname" nowrap> <em>ini</em>, </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="md" nowrap align="right"></td>
<td class="md"></td>
<td class="md" nowrap>char *&nbsp;</td>
<td class="mdname" nowrap> <em>entry</em>, </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="md" nowrap align="right"></td>
<td class="md"></td>
<td class="md" nowrap>char *&nbsp;</td>
<td class="mdname" nowrap> <em>val</em></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="md"></td>
<td class="md">)&nbsp;</td>
<td class="md" colspan="2"></td>
</tr>
</table>
</td>
</tr>
</table>
<table cellspacing="5" cellpadding="0" border="0">
<tr>
<td>
&nbsp;
</td>
<td>
 
<p>
Set an entry in a dictionary.
<p>
<dl compact><dt><b>Parameters:</b></dt><dd>
<table border="0" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="0">
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>ini</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Dictionary to modify. </td></tr>
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>entry</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Entry to modify (entry name) </td></tr>
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>val</em>&nbsp;</td><td>New value to associate to the entry. </td></tr>
</table>
</dl>
<dl compact><dt><b>Returns:</b></dt><dd>int 0 if Ok, -1 otherwise.</dd></dl>
If the given entry can be found in the dictionary, it is modified to contain the provided value. If it cannot be found, -1 is returned. It is Ok to set val to NULL. </td>
</tr>
</table>
<a class="anchor" name="a10"></a><!-- doxytag: member="iniparser.h::iniparser_unset" ref="a10" args="(dictionary *ini, char *entry)" --><p>
<table class="mdTable" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0">
<tr>
<td class="mdRow">
<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0">
<tr>
<td class="md" nowrap valign="top">void iniparser_unset </td>
<td class="md" valign="top">(&nbsp;</td>
<td class="md" nowrap valign="top">dictionary *&nbsp;</td>
<td class="mdname" nowrap> <em>ini</em>, </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="md" nowrap align="right"></td>
<td class="md"></td>
<td class="md" nowrap>char *&nbsp;</td>
<td class="mdname" nowrap> <em>entry</em></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="md"></td>
<td class="md">)&nbsp;</td>
<td class="md" colspan="2"></td>
</tr>
</table>
</td>
</tr>
</table>
<table cellspacing="5" cellpadding="0" border="0">
<tr>
<td>
&nbsp;
</td>
<td>
 
<p>
Delete an entry in a dictionary.
<p>
<dl compact><dt><b>Parameters:</b></dt><dd>
<table border="0" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="0">
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>ini</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Dictionary to modify </td></tr>
<tr><td valign="top"></td><td valign="top"><em>entry</em>&nbsp;</td><td>Entry to delete (entry name) </td></tr>
</table>
</dl>
<dl compact><dt><b>Returns:</b></dt><dd>void</dd></dl>
If the given entry can be found, it is deleted from the dictionary. </td>
</tr>
</table>
 
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/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@file dictionary.c
@author N. Devillard
@date Aug 2000
@version $Revision: 1.23 $
@brief Implements a dictionary for string variables.
 
This module implements a simple dictionary object, i.e. a list
of string/string associations. This object is useful to store e.g.
informations retrieved from a configuration file (ini files).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/*
$Id: dictionary.c,v 1.23 2002/06/17 09:30:46 ndevilla Exp $
$Author: ndevilla $
$Date: 2002/06/17 09:30:46 $
$Revision: 1.23 $
*/
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Includes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
#include "dictionary.h"
 
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
 
 
/** Maximum value size for integers and doubles. */
#define MAXVALSZ 1024
 
/** Minimal allocated number of entries in a dictionary */
#define DICTMINSZ 128
 
/** Invalid key token */
#define DICT_INVALID_KEY ((char*)-1)
 
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Private functions
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/* Doubles the allocated size associated to a pointer */
/* 'size' is the current allocated size. */
static void * mem_double(void * ptr, int size)
{
void * newptr ;
newptr = calloc(2*size, 1);
memcpy(newptr, ptr, size);
free(ptr);
return newptr ;
}
 
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function codes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Compute the hash key for a string.
@param key Character string to use for key.
@return 1 unsigned int on at least 32 bits.
 
This hash function has been taken from an Article in Dr Dobbs Journal.
This is normally a collision-free function, distributing keys evenly.
The key is stored anyway in the struct so that collision can be avoided
by comparing the key itself in last resort.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
unsigned dictionary_hash(char * key)
{
int len ;
unsigned hash ;
int i ;
 
len = strlen(key);
for (hash=0, i=0 ; i<len ; i++) {
hash += (unsigned)key[i] ;
hash += (hash<<10);
hash ^= (hash>>6) ;
}
hash += (hash <<3);
hash ^= (hash >>11);
hash += (hash <<15);
return hash ;
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Create a new dictionary object.
@param size Optional initial size of the dictionary.
@return 1 newly allocated dictionary objet.
 
This function allocates a new dictionary object of given size and returns
it. If you do not know in advance (roughly) the number of entries in the
dictionary, give size=0.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
dictionary * dictionary_new(int size)
{
dictionary * d ;
 
/* If no size was specified, allocate space for DICTMINSZ */
if (size<DICTMINSZ) size=DICTMINSZ ;
 
if (!(d = (dictionary *)calloc(1, sizeof(dictionary)))) {
return NULL;
}
d->size = size ;
d->val = (char **)calloc(size, sizeof(char*));
d->key = (char **)calloc(size, sizeof(char*));
d->hash = (unsigned int *)calloc(size, sizeof(unsigned));
return d ;
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Delete a dictionary object
@param d dictionary object to deallocate.
@return void
 
Deallocate a dictionary object and all memory associated to it.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
void dictionary_del(dictionary * d)
{
int i ;
 
if (d==NULL) return ;
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key[i]!=NULL)
free(d->key[i]);
if (d->val[i]!=NULL)
free(d->val[i]);
}
free(d->val);
free(d->key);
free(d->hash);
free(d);
return ;
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get a value from a dictionary.
@param d dictionary object to search.
@param key Key to look for in the dictionary.
@param def Default value to return if key not found.
@return 1 pointer to internally allocated character string.
 
This function locates a key in a dictionary and returns a pointer to its
value, or the passed 'def' pointer if no such key can be found in
dictionary. The returned character pointer points to data internal to the
dictionary object, you should not try to free it or modify it.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * dictionary_get(dictionary * d, char * key, char * def)
{
unsigned hash ;
int i ;
 
hash = dictionary_hash(key);
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key==NULL)
continue ;
/* Compare hash */
if (hash==d->hash[i]) {
/* Compare string, to avoid hash collisions */
if (!strcmp(key, d->key[i])) {
return d->val[i] ;
}
}
}
return def ;
}
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get a value from a dictionary, as a char.
@param d dictionary object to search.
@param key Key to look for in the dictionary.
@param def Default value for the key if not found.
@return char
 
This function locates a key in a dictionary using dictionary_get,
and returns the first char of the found string.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char dictionary_getchar(dictionary * d, char * key, char def)
{
char * v ;
 
if ((v=dictionary_get(d,key,DICT_INVALID_KEY))==DICT_INVALID_KEY) {
return def ;
} else {
return v[0] ;
}
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get a value from a dictionary, as an int.
@param d dictionary object to search.
@param key Key to look for in the dictionary.
@param def Default value for the key if not found.
@return int
 
This function locates a key in a dictionary using dictionary_get,
and applies atoi on it to return an int. If the value cannot be found
in the dictionary, the default is returned.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int dictionary_getint(dictionary * d, char * key, int def)
{
char * v ;
 
if ((v=dictionary_get(d,key,DICT_INVALID_KEY))==DICT_INVALID_KEY) {
return def ;
} else {
return atoi(v);
}
}
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get a value from a dictionary, as a double.
@param d dictionary object to search.
@param key Key to look for in the dictionary.
@param def Default value for the key if not found.
@return double
 
This function locates a key in a dictionary using dictionary_get,
and applies atof on it to return a double. If the value cannot be found
in the dictionary, the default is returned.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
double dictionary_getdouble(dictionary * d, char * key, double def)
{
char * v ;
 
if ((v=dictionary_get(d,key,DICT_INVALID_KEY))==DICT_INVALID_KEY) {
return def ;
} else {
return atof(v);
}
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Set a value in a dictionary.
@param d dictionary object to modify.
@param key Key to modify or add.
@param val Value to add.
@return void
 
If the given key is found in the dictionary, the associated value is
replaced by the provided one. If the key cannot be found in the
dictionary, it is added to it.
 
It is Ok to provide a NULL value for val, but NULL values for the dictionary
or the key are considered as errors: the function will return immediately
in such a case.
 
Notice that if you dictionary_set a variable to NULL, a call to
dictionary_get will return a NULL value: the variable will be found, and
its value (NULL) is returned. In other words, setting the variable
content to NULL is equivalent to deleting the variable from the
dictionary. It is not possible (in this implementation) to have a key in
the dictionary without value.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
void dictionary_set(dictionary * d, char * key, char * val)
{
int i ;
unsigned hash ;
 
if (d==NULL || key==NULL) return ;
/* Compute hash for this key */
hash = dictionary_hash(key) ;
/* Find if value is already in blackboard */
if (d->n>0) {
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key[i]==NULL)
continue ;
if (hash==d->hash[i]) { /* Same hash value */
if (!strcmp(key, d->key[i])) { /* Same key */
/* Found a value: modify and return */
if (d->val[i]!=NULL)
free(d->val[i]);
d->val[i] = val ? strdup(val) : NULL ;
/* Value has been modified: return */
return ;
}
}
}
}
/* Add a new value */
/* See if dictionary needs to grow */
if (d->n==d->size) {
 
/* Reached maximum size: reallocate blackboard */
d->val = (char **)mem_double(d->val, d->size * sizeof(char*)) ;
d->key = (char **)mem_double(d->key, d->size * sizeof(char*)) ;
d->hash = (unsigned int *)mem_double(d->hash, d->size * sizeof(unsigned)) ;
 
/* Double size */
d->size *= 2 ;
}
 
/* Insert key in the first empty slot */
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key[i]==NULL) {
/* Add key here */
break ;
}
}
/* Copy key */
d->key[i] = strdup(key);
d->val[i] = val ? strdup(val) : NULL ;
d->hash[i] = hash;
d->n ++ ;
return ;
}
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Delete a key in a dictionary
@param d dictionary object to modify.
@param key Key to remove.
@return void
 
This function deletes a key in a dictionary. Nothing is done if the
key cannot be found.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void dictionary_unset(dictionary * d, char * key)
{
unsigned hash ;
int i ;
 
if (key == NULL) {
return;
}
 
hash = dictionary_hash(key);
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key[i]==NULL)
continue ;
/* Compare hash */
if (hash==d->hash[i]) {
/* Compare string, to avoid hash collisions */
if (!strcmp(key, d->key[i])) {
/* Found key */
break ;
}
}
}
if (i>=d->size)
/* Key not found */
return ;
 
free(d->key[i]);
d->key[i] = NULL ;
if (d->val[i]!=NULL) {
free(d->val[i]);
d->val[i] = NULL ;
}
d->hash[i] = 0 ;
d->n -- ;
return ;
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Set a key in a dictionary, providing an int.
@param d Dictionary to update.
@param key Key to modify or add
@param val Integer value to store (will be stored as a string).
@return void
 
This helper function calls dictionary_set() with the provided integer
converted to a string using %d.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
 
void dictionary_setint(dictionary * d, char * key, int val)
{
char sval[MAXVALSZ];
sprintf(sval, "%d", val);
dictionary_set(d, key, sval);
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Set a key in a dictionary, providing a double.
@param d Dictionary to update.
@param key Key to modify or add
@param val Double value to store (will be stored as a string).
@return void
 
This helper function calls dictionary_set() with the provided double
converted to a string using %g.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
 
void dictionary_setdouble(dictionary * d, char * key, double val)
{
char sval[MAXVALSZ];
sprintf(sval, "%g", val);
dictionary_set(d, key, sval);
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Dump a dictionary to an opened file pointer.
@param d Dictionary to dump
@param f Opened file pointer.
@return void
 
Dumps a dictionary onto an opened file pointer. Key pairs are printed out
as @c [Key]=[Value], one per line. It is Ok to provide stdout or stderr as
output file pointers.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
void dictionary_dump(dictionary * d, FILE * out)
{
int i ;
 
if (d==NULL || out==NULL) return ;
if (d->n<1) {
fprintf(out, "empty dictionary\n");
return ;
}
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key[i]) {
fprintf(out, "%20s\t[%s]\n",
d->key[i],
d->val[i] ? d->val[i] : "UNDEF");
}
}
return ;
}
 
 
 
/* Example code */
#ifdef TESTDIC
#define NVALS 20000
int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
dictionary * d ;
char * val ;
int i ;
char cval[90] ;
 
/* allocate blackboard */
printf("allocating...\n");
d = dictionary_new(0);
/* Set values in blackboard */
printf("setting %d values...\n", NVALS);
for (i=0 ; i<NVALS ; i++) {
sprintf(cval, "%04d", i);
dictionary_set(d, cval, "salut");
}
printf("getting %d values...\n", NVALS);
for (i=0 ; i<NVALS ; i++) {
sprintf(cval, "%04d", i);
val = dictionary_get(d, cval, DICT_INVALID_KEY);
if (val==DICT_INVALID_KEY) {
printf("cannot get value for key [%s]\n", cval);
}
}
printf("unsetting %d values...\n", NVALS);
for (i=0 ; i<NVALS ; i++) {
sprintf(cval, "%04d", i);
dictionary_unset(d, cval);
}
if (d->n != 0) {
printf("error deleting values\n");
}
 
printf("deallocating...\n");
dictionary_del(d);
return 0 ;
}
#endif
/* vim: set ts=4 et sw=4 tw=75 */
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/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@file dictionary.h
@author N. Devillard
@date Aug 2000
@version $Revision: 1.11 $
@brief Implements a dictionary for string variables.
 
This module implements a simple dictionary object, i.e. a list
of string/string associations. This object is useful to store e.g.
informations retrieved from a configuration file (ini files).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/*
$Id: dictionary.h,v 1.11 2002/06/17 09:30:46 ndevilla Exp $
$Author: ndevilla $
$Date: 2002/06/17 09:30:46 $
$Revision: 1.11 $
*/
 
#ifndef _DICTIONARY_H_
#define _DICTIONARY_H_
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Includes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
New types
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Dictionary object
 
This object contains a list of string/string associations. Each
association is identified by a unique string key. Looking up values
in the dictionary is speeded up by the use of a (hopefully collision-free)
hash function.
*/
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
typedef struct _dictionary_ {
int n ; /** Number of entries in dictionary */
int size ; /** Storage size */
char ** val ; /** List of string values */
char ** key ; /** List of string keys */
unsigned * hash ; /** List of hash values for keys */
} dictionary ;
 
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function prototypes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Compute the hash key for a string.
@param key Character string to use for key.
@return 1 unsigned int on at least 32 bits.
 
This hash function has been taken from an Article in Dr Dobbs Journal.
This is normally a collision-free function, distributing keys evenly.
The key is stored anyway in the struct so that collision can be avoided
by comparing the key itself in last resort.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
unsigned dictionary_hash(char * key);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Create a new dictionary object.
@param size Optional initial size of the dictionary.
@return 1 newly allocated dictionary objet.
 
This function allocates a new dictionary object of given size and returns
it. If you do not know in advance (roughly) the number of entries in the
dictionary, give size=0.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
dictionary * dictionary_new(int size);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Delete a dictionary object
@param d dictionary object to deallocate.
@return void
 
Deallocate a dictionary object and all memory associated to it.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void dictionary_del(dictionary * vd);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get a value from a dictionary.
@param d dictionary object to search.
@param key Key to look for in the dictionary.
@param def Default value to return if key not found.
@return 1 pointer to internally allocated character string.
 
This function locates a key in a dictionary and returns a pointer to its
value, or the passed 'def' pointer if no such key can be found in
dictionary. The returned character pointer points to data internal to the
dictionary object, you should not try to free it or modify it.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * dictionary_get(dictionary * d, char * key, char * def);
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get a value from a dictionary, as a char.
@param d dictionary object to search.
@param key Key to look for in the dictionary.
@param def Default value for the key if not found.
@return char
 
This function locates a key in a dictionary using dictionary_get,
and returns the first char of the found string.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char dictionary_getchar(dictionary * d, char * key, char def) ;
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get a value from a dictionary, as an int.
@param d dictionary object to search.
@param key Key to look for in the dictionary.
@param def Default value for the key if not found.
@return int
 
This function locates a key in a dictionary using dictionary_get,
and applies atoi on it to return an int. If the value cannot be found
in the dictionary, the default is returned.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int dictionary_getint(dictionary * d, char * key, int def);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get a value from a dictionary, as a double.
@param d dictionary object to search.
@param key Key to look for in the dictionary.
@param def Default value for the key if not found.
@return double
 
This function locates a key in a dictionary using dictionary_get,
and applies atof on it to return a double. If the value cannot be found
in the dictionary, the default is returned.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
double dictionary_getdouble(dictionary * d, char * key, double def);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Set a value in a dictionary.
@param d dictionary object to modify.
@param key Key to modify or add.
@param val Value to add.
@return void
 
If the given key is found in the dictionary, the associated value is
replaced by the provided one. If the key cannot be found in the
dictionary, it is added to it.
 
It is Ok to provide a NULL value for val, but NULL values for the dictionary
or the key are considered as errors: the function will return immediately
in such a case.
 
Notice that if you dictionary_set a variable to NULL, a call to
dictionary_get will return a NULL value: the variable will be found, and
its value (NULL) is returned. In other words, setting the variable
content to NULL is equivalent to deleting the variable from the
dictionary. It is not possible (in this implementation) to have a key in
the dictionary without value.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void dictionary_set(dictionary * vd, char * key, char * val);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Delete a key in a dictionary
@param d dictionary object to modify.
@param key Key to remove.
@return void
 
This function deletes a key in a dictionary. Nothing is done if the
key cannot be found.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void dictionary_unset(dictionary * d, char * key);
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Set a key in a dictionary, providing an int.
@param d Dictionary to update.
@param key Key to modify or add
@param val Integer value to store (will be stored as a string).
@return void
 
This helper function calls dictionary_set() with the provided integer
converted to a string using %d.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void dictionary_setint(dictionary * d, char * key, int val);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Set a key in a dictionary, providing a double.
@param d Dictionary to update.
@param key Key to modify or add
@param val Double value to store (will be stored as a string).
@return void
 
This helper function calls dictionary_set() with the provided double
converted to a string using %g.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void dictionary_setdouble(dictionary * d, char * key, double val);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Dump a dictionary to an opened file pointer.
@param d Dictionary to dump
@param f Opened file pointer.
@return void
 
Dumps a dictionary onto an opened file pointer. Key pairs are printed out
as @c [Key]=[Value], one per line. It is Ok to provide stdout or stderr as
output file pointers.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void dictionary_dump(dictionary * d, FILE * out);
 
#endif
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/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@file iniparser.c
@author N. Devillard
@date Mar 2000
@version $Revision: 2.14 $
@brief Parser for ini files.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/*
$Id: iniparser.c,v 2.14 2002/12/12 10:49:01 ndevilla Exp $
$Author: ndevilla $
$Date: 2002/12/12 10:49:01 $
$Revision: 2.14 $
*/
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Includes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
#include "iniparser.h"
#include "strlib.h"
 
#define ASCIILINESZ 1024
#define INI_INVALID_KEY ((char*)-1)
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Private to this module
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/* Private: add an entry to the dictionary */
static void iniparser_add_entry(
dictionary * d,
char * sec,
char * key,
char * val)
{
char longkey[2*ASCIILINESZ+1];
 
/* Make a key as section:keyword */
if (key!=NULL) {
sprintf(longkey, "%s:%s", sec, key);
} else {
strcpy(longkey, sec);
}
 
/* Add (key,val) to dictionary */
dictionary_set(d, longkey, val);
return ;
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get number of sections in a dictionary
@param d Dictionary to examine
@return int Number of sections found in dictionary
 
This function returns the number of sections found in a dictionary.
The test to recognize sections is done on the string stored in the
dictionary: a section name is given as "section" whereas a key is
stored as "section:key", thus the test looks for entries that do not
contain a colon.
 
This clearly fails in the case a section name contains a colon, but
this should simply be avoided.
 
This function returns -1 in case of error.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
int iniparser_getnsec(dictionary * d)
{
int i ;
int nsec ;
 
if (d==NULL) return -1 ;
nsec=0 ;
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key[i]==NULL)
continue ;
if (strchr(d->key[i], ':')==NULL) {
nsec ++ ;
}
}
return nsec ;
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get name for section n in a dictionary.
@param d Dictionary to examine
@param n Section number (from 0 to nsec-1).
@return Pointer to char string
 
This function locates the n-th section in a dictionary and returns
its name as a pointer to a string statically allocated inside the
dictionary. Do not free or modify the returned string!
 
This function returns NULL in case of error.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
char * iniparser_getsecname(dictionary * d, int n)
{
int i ;
int foundsec ;
 
if (d==NULL || n<0) return NULL ;
foundsec=0 ;
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key[i]==NULL)
continue ;
if (strchr(d->key[i], ':')==NULL) {
foundsec++ ;
if (foundsec>n)
break ;
}
}
if (foundsec<=n) {
return NULL ;
}
return d->key[i] ;
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Dump a dictionary to an opened file pointer.
@param d Dictionary to dump.
@param f Opened file pointer to dump to.
@return void
 
This function prints out the contents of a dictionary, one element by
line, onto the provided file pointer. It is OK to specify @c stderr
or @c stdout as output files. This function is meant for debugging
purposes mostly.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void iniparser_dump(dictionary * d, FILE * f)
{
int i ;
 
if (d==NULL || f==NULL) return ;
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key[i]==NULL)
continue ;
if (d->val[i]!=NULL) {
fprintf(f, "[%s]=[%s]\n", d->key[i], d->val[i]);
} else {
fprintf(f, "[%s]=UNDEF\n", d->key[i]);
}
}
return ;
}
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Save a dictionary to a loadable ini file
@param d Dictionary to dump
@param f Opened file pointer to dump to
@return void
 
This function dumps a given dictionary into a loadable ini file.
It is Ok to specify @c stderr or @c stdout as output files.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
void iniparser_dump_ini(dictionary * d, FILE * f)
{
int i, j ;
char keym[ASCIILINESZ+1];
int nsec ;
char * secname ;
int seclen ;
 
if (d==NULL || f==NULL) return ;
 
nsec = iniparser_getnsec(d);
if (nsec<1) {
/* No section in file: dump all keys as they are */
for (i=0 ; i<d->size ; i++) {
if (d->key[i]==NULL)
continue ;
fprintf(f, "%s = %s\n", d->key[i], d->val[i]);
}
return ;
}
for (i=0 ; i<nsec ; i++) {
secname = iniparser_getsecname(d, i) ;
seclen = (int)strlen(secname);
fprintf(f, "\n[%s]\n", secname);
sprintf(keym, "%s:", secname);
for (j=0 ; j<d->size ; j++) {
if (d->key[j]==NULL)
continue ;
if (!strncmp(d->key[j], keym, seclen+1)) {
fprintf(f,
"%-30s = %s\n",
d->key[j]+seclen+1,
d->val[j] ? d->val[j] : "");
}
}
}
fprintf(f, "\n");
return ;
}
 
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key, return NULL if not found
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@return pointer to statically allocated character string, or NULL.
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
NULL is returned.
The returned char pointer is pointing to a string allocated in
the dictionary, do not free or modify it.
 
This function is only provided for backwards compatibility with
previous versions of iniparser. It is recommended to use
iniparser_getstring() instead.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * iniparser_getstr(dictionary * d, const char * key)
{
return iniparser_getstring(d, key, NULL);
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@param def Default value to return if key not found.
@return pointer to statically allocated character string
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
the pointer passed as 'def' is returned.
The returned char pointer is pointing to a string allocated in
the dictionary, do not free or modify it.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * iniparser_getstring(dictionary * d, const char * key, char * def)
{
char * lc_key ;
char * sval ;
 
if (d==NULL || key==NULL)
return def ;
 
if (!(lc_key = strdup(strlwc(key)))) {
return NULL;
}
sval = dictionary_get(d, lc_key, def);
free(lc_key);
return sval ;
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key, convert to an int
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@param notfound Value to return in case of error
@return integer
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
the notfound value is returned.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int iniparser_getint(dictionary * d, const char * key, int notfound)
{
char * str ;
 
str = iniparser_getstring(d, key, INI_INVALID_KEY);
if (str==INI_INVALID_KEY) return notfound ;
return atoi(str);
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key, convert to a double
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@param notfound Value to return in case of error
@return double
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
the notfound value is returned.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
double iniparser_getdouble(dictionary * d, char * key, double notfound)
{
char * str ;
 
str = iniparser_getstring(d, key, INI_INVALID_KEY);
if (str==INI_INVALID_KEY) return notfound ;
return atof(str);
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key, convert to a boolean
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@param notfound Value to return in case of error
@return integer
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
the notfound value is returned.
 
A true boolean is found if one of the following is matched:
 
- A string starting with 'y'
- A string starting with 'Y'
- A string starting with 't'
- A string starting with 'T'
- A string starting with '1'
 
A false boolean is found if one of the following is matched:
 
- A string starting with 'n'
- A string starting with 'N'
- A string starting with 'f'
- A string starting with 'F'
- A string starting with '0'
 
The notfound value returned if no boolean is identified, does not
necessarily have to be 0 or 1.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int iniparser_getboolean(dictionary * d, const char * key, int notfound)
{
char * c ;
int ret ;
 
c = iniparser_getstring(d, key, INI_INVALID_KEY);
if (c==INI_INVALID_KEY) return notfound ;
if (c[0]=='y' || c[0]=='Y' || c[0]=='1' || c[0]=='t' || c[0]=='T') {
ret = 1 ;
} else if (c[0]=='n' || c[0]=='N' || c[0]=='0' || c[0]=='f' || c[0]=='F') {
ret = 0 ;
} else {
ret = notfound ;
}
return ret;
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Finds out if a given entry exists in a dictionary
@param ini Dictionary to search
@param entry Name of the entry to look for
@return integer 1 if entry exists, 0 otherwise
 
Finds out if a given entry exists in the dictionary. Since sections
are stored as keys with NULL associated values, this is the only way
of querying for the presence of sections in a dictionary.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
int iniparser_find_entry(
dictionary * ini,
char * entry
)
{
int found=0 ;
if (iniparser_getstring(ini, entry, INI_INVALID_KEY)!=INI_INVALID_KEY) {
found = 1 ;
}
return found ;
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Set an entry in a dictionary.
@param ini Dictionary to modify.
@param entry Entry to modify (entry name)
@param val New value to associate to the entry.
@return int 0 if Ok, -1 otherwise.
 
If the given entry can be found in the dictionary, it is modified to
contain the provided value. If it cannot be found, -1 is returned.
It is Ok to set val to NULL.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
int iniparser_setstr(dictionary * ini, char * entry, char * val)
{
dictionary_set(ini, strlwc(entry), val);
return 0 ;
}
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Delete an entry in a dictionary
@param ini Dictionary to modify
@param entry Entry to delete (entry name)
@return void
 
If the given entry can be found, it is deleted from the dictionary.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void iniparser_unset(dictionary * ini, char * entry)
{
dictionary_unset(ini, strlwc(entry));
}
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Parse an ini file and return an allocated dictionary object
@param ininame Name of the ini file to read.
@return Pointer to newly allocated dictionary
 
This is the parser for ini files. This function is called, providing
the name of the file to be read. It returns a dictionary object that
should not be accessed directly, but through accessor functions
instead.
 
The returned dictionary must be freed using iniparser_freedict().
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
dictionary * iniparser_load(const char * ininame)
{
dictionary * d ;
char lin[ASCIILINESZ+1];
char sec[ASCIILINESZ+1];
char key[ASCIILINESZ+1];
char val[ASCIILINESZ+1];
char * where ;
FILE * ini ;
int lineno ;
 
if ((ini=fopen(ininame, "r"))==NULL) {
return NULL ;
}
 
sec[0]=0;
 
/*
* Initialize a new dictionary entry
*/
if (!(d = dictionary_new(0))) {
fclose(ini);
return NULL;
}
lineno = 0 ;
while (fgets(lin, ASCIILINESZ, ini)!=NULL) {
lineno++ ;
where = strskp(lin); /* Skip leading spaces */
if (*where==';' || *where=='#' || *where==0)
continue ; /* Comment lines */
else {
if (sscanf(where, "[%[^]]", sec)==1) {
/* Valid section name */
strcpy(sec, strlwc(sec));
iniparser_add_entry(d, sec, NULL, NULL);
} else if (sscanf (where, "%[^=] = \"%[^\"]\"", key, val) == 2
|| sscanf (where, "%[^=] = '%[^\']'", key, val) == 2
|| sscanf (where, "%[^=] = %[^;#]", key, val) == 2) {
strcpy(key, strlwc(strcrop(key)));
/*
* sscanf cannot handle "" or '' as empty value,
* this is done here
*/
if (!strcmp(val, "\"\"") || !strcmp(val, "''")) {
val[0] = (char)0;
} else {
strcpy(val, strcrop(val));
}
iniparser_add_entry(d, sec, key, val);
}
}
}
fclose(ini);
return d ;
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Free all memory associated to an ini dictionary
@param d Dictionary to free
@return void
 
Free all memory associated to an ini dictionary.
It is mandatory to call this function before the dictionary object
gets out of the current context.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
void iniparser_freedict(dictionary * d)
{
dictionary_del(d);
}
 
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/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@file iniparser.h
@author N. Devillard
@date Mar 2000
@version $Revision: 1.20 $
@brief Parser for ini files.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/*
$Id: iniparser.h,v 1.20 2005/08/19 17:23:21 ndevilla Exp $
$Author: ndevilla $
$Date: 2005/08/19 17:23:21 $
$Revision: 1.20 $
*/
 
#ifndef _INIPARSER_H_
#define _INIPARSER_H_
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Includes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
 
/*
* The following #include is necessary on many Unixes but not Linux.
* It is not needed for Windows platforms.
* Uncomment it if needed.
*/
/* #include <unistd.h> */
 
#include "dictionary.h"
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get number of sections in a dictionary
@param d Dictionary to examine
@return int Number of sections found in dictionary
 
This function returns the number of sections found in a dictionary.
The test to recognize sections is done on the string stored in the
dictionary: a section name is given as "section" whereas a key is
stored as "section:key", thus the test looks for entries that do not
contain a colon.
 
This clearly fails in the case a section name contains a colon, but
this should simply be avoided.
 
This function returns -1 in case of error.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
int iniparser_getnsec(dictionary * d);
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get name for section n in a dictionary.
@param d Dictionary to examine
@param n Section number (from 0 to nsec-1).
@return Pointer to char string
 
This function locates the n-th section in a dictionary and returns
its name as a pointer to a string statically allocated inside the
dictionary. Do not free or modify the returned string!
 
This function returns NULL in case of error.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
char * iniparser_getsecname(dictionary * d, int n);
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Save a dictionary to a loadable ini file
@param d Dictionary to dump
@param f Opened file pointer to dump to
@return void
 
This function dumps a given dictionary into a loadable ini file.
It is Ok to specify @c stderr or @c stdout as output files.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
void iniparser_dump_ini(dictionary * d, FILE * f);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Dump a dictionary to an opened file pointer.
@param d Dictionary to dump.
@param f Opened file pointer to dump to.
@return void
 
This function prints out the contents of a dictionary, one element by
line, onto the provided file pointer. It is OK to specify @c stderr
or @c stdout as output files. This function is meant for debugging
purposes mostly.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void iniparser_dump(dictionary * d, FILE * f);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key, return NULL if not found
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@return pointer to statically allocated character string, or NULL.
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
NULL is returned.
The returned char pointer is pointing to a string allocated in
the dictionary, do not free or modify it.
 
This function is only provided for backwards compatibility with
previous versions of iniparser. It is recommended to use
iniparser_getstring() instead.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * iniparser_getstr(dictionary * d, const char * key);
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@param def Default value to return if key not found.
@return pointer to statically allocated character string
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
the pointer passed as 'def' is returned.
The returned char pointer is pointing to a string allocated in
the dictionary, do not free or modify it.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * iniparser_getstring(dictionary * d, const char * key, char * def);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key, convert to an int
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@param notfound Value to return in case of error
@return integer
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
the notfound value is returned.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int iniparser_getint(dictionary * d, const char * key, int notfound);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key, convert to a double
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@param notfound Value to return in case of error
@return double
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
the notfound value is returned.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
double iniparser_getdouble(dictionary * d, char * key, double notfound);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Get the string associated to a key, convert to a boolean
@param d Dictionary to search
@param key Key string to look for
@param notfound Value to return in case of error
@return integer
 
This function queries a dictionary for a key. A key as read from an
ini file is given as "section:key". If the key cannot be found,
the notfound value is returned.
 
A true boolean is found if one of the following is matched:
 
- A string starting with 'y'
- A string starting with 'Y'
- A string starting with 't'
- A string starting with 'T'
- A string starting with '1'
 
A false boolean is found if one of the following is matched:
 
- A string starting with 'n'
- A string starting with 'N'
- A string starting with 'f'
- A string starting with 'F'
- A string starting with '0'
 
The notfound value returned if no boolean is identified, does not
necessarily have to be 0 or 1.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int iniparser_getboolean(dictionary * d, const char * key, int notfound);
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Set an entry in a dictionary.
@param ini Dictionary to modify.
@param entry Entry to modify (entry name)
@param val New value to associate to the entry.
@return int 0 if Ok, -1 otherwise.
 
If the given entry can be found in the dictionary, it is modified to
contain the provided value. If it cannot be found, -1 is returned.
It is Ok to set val to NULL.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
int iniparser_setstr(dictionary * ini, char * entry, char * val);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Delete an entry in a dictionary
@param ini Dictionary to modify
@param entry Entry to delete (entry name)
@return void
 
If the given entry can be found, it is deleted from the dictionary.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void iniparser_unset(dictionary * ini, char * entry);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Finds out if a given entry exists in a dictionary
@param ini Dictionary to search
@param entry Name of the entry to look for
@return integer 1 if entry exists, 0 otherwise
 
Finds out if a given entry exists in the dictionary. Since sections
are stored as keys with NULL associated values, this is the only way
of querying for the presence of sections in a dictionary.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int iniparser_find_entry(dictionary * ini, char * entry) ;
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Parse an ini file and return an allocated dictionary object
@param ininame Name of the ini file to read.
@return Pointer to newly allocated dictionary
 
This is the parser for ini files. This function is called, providing
the name of the file to be read. It returns a dictionary object that
should not be accessed directly, but through accessor functions
instead.
 
The returned dictionary must be freed using iniparser_freedict().
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
dictionary * iniparser_load(const char * ininame);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Free all memory associated to an ini dictionary
@param d Dictionary to free
@return void
 
Free all memory associated to an ini dictionary.
It is mandatory to call this function before the dictionary object
gets out of the current context.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void iniparser_freedict(dictionary * d);
 
#endif
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/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@file strlib.c
@author N. Devillard
@date Jan 2001
@version $Revision: 1.8 $
@brief Various string handling routines to complement the C lib.
 
This modules adds a few complementary string routines usually missing
in the standard C library.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/*
$Id: strlib.c,v 1.8 2002/12/12 10:29:16 ndevilla Exp $
$Author: ndevilla $
$Date: 2002/12/12 10:29:16 $
$Revision: 1.8 $
*/
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Includes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
#include <string.h>
#include <ctype.h>
 
#include "strlib.h"
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Defines
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
#define ASCIILINESZ 1024
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function codes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Convert a string to lowercase.
@param s String to convert.
@return ptr to statically allocated string.
 
This function returns a pointer to a statically allocated string
containing a lowercased version of the input string. Do not free
or modify the returned string! Since the returned string is statically
allocated, it will be modified at each function call (not re-entrant).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
char * strlwc(const char * s)
{
static char l[ASCIILINESZ+1];
int i ;
 
if (s==NULL) return NULL ;
memset(l, 0, ASCIILINESZ+1);
i=0 ;
while (s[i] && i<ASCIILINESZ) {
l[i] = (char)tolower((int)s[i]);
i++ ;
}
l[ASCIILINESZ]=(char)0;
return l ;
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Convert a string to uppercase.
@param s String to convert.
@return ptr to statically allocated string.
 
This function returns a pointer to a statically allocated string
containing an uppercased version of the input string. Do not free
or modify the returned string! Since the returned string is statically
allocated, it will be modified at each function call (not re-entrant).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
char * strupc(char * s)
{
static char l[ASCIILINESZ+1];
int i ;
 
if (s==NULL) return NULL ;
memset(l, 0, ASCIILINESZ+1);
i=0 ;
while (s[i] && i<ASCIILINESZ) {
l[i] = (char)toupper((int)s[i]);
i++ ;
}
l[ASCIILINESZ]=(char)0;
return l ;
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Skip blanks until the first non-blank character.
@param s String to parse.
@return Pointer to char inside given string.
 
This function returns a pointer to the first non-blank character in the
given string.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
char * strskp(char * s)
{
char * skip = s;
if (s==NULL) return NULL ;
while (isspace((int)*skip) && *skip) skip++;
return skip ;
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Remove blanks at the end of a string.
@param s String to parse.
@return ptr to statically allocated string.
 
This function returns a pointer to a statically allocated string,
which is identical to the input string, except that all blank
characters at the end of the string have been removed.
Do not free or modify the returned string! Since the returned string
is statically allocated, it will be modified at each function call
(not re-entrant).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
char * strcrop(char * s)
{
static char l[ASCIILINESZ+1];
char * last ;
 
if (s==NULL) return NULL ;
memset(l, 0, ASCIILINESZ+1);
strcpy(l, s);
last = l + strlen(l);
while (last > l) {
if (!isspace((int)*(last-1)))
break ;
last -- ;
}
*last = (char)0;
return l ;
}
 
 
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Remove blanks at the beginning and the end of a string.
@param s String to parse.
@return ptr to statically allocated string.
 
This function returns a pointer to a statically allocated string,
which is identical to the input string, except that all blank
characters at the end and the beg. of the string have been removed.
Do not free or modify the returned string! Since the returned string
is statically allocated, it will be modified at each function call
(not re-entrant).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * strstrip(char * s)
{
static char l[ASCIILINESZ+1];
char * last ;
if (s==NULL) return NULL ;
while (isspace((int)*s) && *s) s++;
memset(l, 0, ASCIILINESZ+1);
strcpy(l, s);
last = l + strlen(l);
while (last > l) {
if (!isspace((int)*(last-1)))
break ;
last -- ;
}
*last = (char)0;
 
return (char*)l ;
}
 
/* Test code */
#ifdef TEST
int main(int argc, char * argv[])
{
char * str ;
 
str = "\t\tI'm a lumberkack and I'm OK " ;
printf("lowercase: [%s]\n", strlwc(str));
printf("uppercase: [%s]\n", strupc(str));
printf("skipped : [%s]\n", strskp(str));
printf("cropped : [%s]\n", strcrop(str));
printf("stripped : [%s]\n", strstrip(str));
 
return 0 ;
}
#endif
/* vim: set ts=4 et sw=4 tw=75 */
/mkset/tags/V0.01/iniparser/src/strlib.h
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/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@file strlib.h
@author N. Devillard
@date Jan 2001
@version $Revision: 1.3 $
@brief Various string handling routines to complement the C lib.
 
This modules adds a few complementary string routines usually missing
in the standard C library.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/*
$Id: strlib.h,v 1.3 2001/10/19 08:31:41 ndevilla Exp $
$Author: ndevilla $
$Date: 2001/10/19 08:31:41 $
$Revision: 1.3 $
*/
 
#ifndef _STRLIB_H_
#define _STRLIB_H_
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Includes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
 
/*---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function codes
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Convert a string to lowercase.
@param s String to convert.
@return ptr to statically allocated string.
 
This function returns a pointer to a statically allocated string
containing a lowercased version of the input string. Do not free
or modify the returned string! Since the returned string is statically
allocated, it will be modified at each function call (not re-entrant).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * strlwc(const char * s);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Convert a string to uppercase.
@param s String to convert.
@return ptr to statically allocated string.
 
This function returns a pointer to a statically allocated string
containing an uppercased version of the input string. Do not free
or modify the returned string! Since the returned string is statically
allocated, it will be modified at each function call (not re-entrant).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * strupc(char * s);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Skip blanks until the first non-blank character.
@param s String to parse.
@return Pointer to char inside given string.
 
This function returns a pointer to the first non-blank character in the
given string.
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * strskp(char * s);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Remove blanks at the end of a string.
@param s String to parse.
@return ptr to statically allocated string.
 
This function returns a pointer to a statically allocated string,
which is identical to the input string, except that all blank
characters at the end of the string have been removed.
Do not free or modify the returned string! Since the returned string
is statically allocated, it will be modified at each function call
(not re-entrant).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * strcrop(char * s);
 
/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
@brief Remove blanks at the beginning and the end of a string.
@param s String to parse.
@return ptr to statically allocated string.
 
This function returns a pointer to a statically allocated string,
which is identical to the input string, except that all blank
characters at the end and the beg. of the string have been removed.
Do not free or modify the returned string! Since the returned string
is statically allocated, it will be modified at each function call
(not re-entrant).
*/
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
char * strstrip(char * s) ;
 
#endif
/mkset/tags/V0.01/iniparser/test/Makefile
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#
# iniparser tests Makefile
#
 
CC = gcc
CFLAGS = -g -I../src
LFLAGS = -L.. -liniparser
AR = ar
ARFLAGS = rcv
RM = rm -f
 
 
default: all
 
all: iniexample
 
iniexample: iniexample.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o iniexample iniexample.c -I../src -L.. -liniparser
 
clean veryclean:
$(RM) iniexample example.ini
 
 
 
/mkset/tags/V0.01/iniparser/test/iniexample.c
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#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
 
#include "iniparser.h"
 
void create_example_ini_file(void);
int parse_ini_file(char * ini_name);
 
int main(int argc, char * argv[])
{
int status ;
 
if (argc<2) {
create_example_ini_file();
status = parse_ini_file("example.ini");
} else {
status = parse_ini_file(argv[1]);
}
return status ;
}
 
void create_example_ini_file(void)
{
FILE * ini ;
 
ini = fopen("example.ini", "w");
fprintf(ini, "\n\
#\n\
# This is an example of ini file\n\
#\n\
\n\
[Pizza]\n\
\n\
Ham = yes ;\n\
Mushrooms = TRUE ;\n\
Capres = 0 ;\n\
Cheese = NO ;\n\
\n\
\n\
[Wine]\n\
\n\
Grape = Cabernet Sauvignon ;\n\
Year = 1989 ;\n\
Country = Spain ;\n\
Alcohol = 12.5 ;\n\
\n\
#\n\
# end of file\n\
#\n");
 
fclose(ini);
}
 
 
int parse_ini_file(char * ini_name)
{
dictionary * ini ;
 
/* Some temporary variables to hold query results */
int b ;
int i ;
double d ;
char * s ;
 
ini = iniparser_load(ini_name);
if (ini==NULL) {
fprintf(stderr, "cannot parse file [%s]", ini_name);
return -1 ;
}
iniparser_dump(ini, stderr);
 
/* Get pizza attributes */
printf("Pizza:\n");
 
b = iniparser_getboolean(ini, "pizza:ham", -1);
printf("Ham: [%d]\n", b);
b = iniparser_getboolean(ini, "pizza:mushrooms", -1);
printf("Mushrooms: [%d]\n", b);
b = iniparser_getboolean(ini, "pizza:capres", -1);
printf("Capres: [%d]\n", b);
b = iniparser_getboolean(ini, "pizza:cheese", -1);
printf("Cheese: [%d]\n", b);
 
/* Get wine attributes */
printf("Wine:\n");
s = iniparser_getstr(ini, "wine:grape");
if (s) {
printf("grape: [%s]\n", s);
} else {
printf("grape: not found\n");
}
i = iniparser_getint(ini, "wine:year", -1);
if (i>0) {
printf("year: [%d]\n", i);
} else {
printf("year: not found\n");
}
s = iniparser_getstr(ini, "wine:country");
if (s) {
printf("country: [%s]\n", s);
} else {
printf("country: not found\n");
}
d = iniparser_getdouble(ini, "wine:alcohol", -1.0);
if (d>0.0) {
printf("alcohol: [%g]\n", d);
} else {
printf("alcohol: not found\n");
}
 
iniparser_freedict(ini);
return 0 ;
}
 
 
/mkset/tags/V0.01/iniparser/AUTHORS
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Nicolas Devillard <ndevilla@free.fr>
/mkset/tags/V0.01/iniparser/INSTALL
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iniParser installation instructions
-----------------------------------
 
1. Modify the Makefile to suit your environment.
2. Type 'make' to make the library.
3. Type 'make check' to make the test program.
4. Type 'test/iniexample' to launch the test program.
 
Enjoy!
N. Devillard
Tue Jan 14 11:52:03 CET 2003
/mkset/tags/V0.01/iniparser/LICENSE
0,0 → 1,21
Copyright (c) 2000 by Nicolas Devillard.
MIT License
 
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
 
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
 
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER
DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
 
/mkset/tags/V0.01/iniparser/Makefile
0,0 → 1,55
#
# iniparser Makefile
#
 
# Compiler settings
CC = gcc
CFLAGS = -O3
 
# Ar settings to build the library
AR = ar
ARFLAGS = rcv
 
# Set RANLIB to ranlib on systems that require it (Sun OS < 4, Mac OSX)
# RANLIB = ranlib
RANLIB = true
 
RM = rm -f
 
 
# Implicit rules
 
SUFFIXES = .o .c .h .a .so .sl
 
COMPILE.c=$(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c
.c.o:
@(echo "compiling $< ...")
@($(COMPILE.c) -o $@ $<)
 
 
SRCS = src/iniparser.c \
src/dictionary.c \
src/strlib.c
 
OBJS = $(SRCS:.c=.o)
 
 
default: libiniparser.a
 
libiniparser.a: $(OBJS)
@($(AR) $(ARFLAGS) libiniparser.a $(OBJS))
@($(RANLIB) libiniparser.a)
 
clean:
$(RM) $(OBJS)
 
veryclean:
$(RM) $(OBJS) libiniparser.a
rm -rf ./html ; mkdir html
cd test ; $(MAKE) veryclean
 
docs:
@(cd doc ; $(MAKE))
check:
@(cd test ; $(MAKE))
/mkset/tags/V0.01/iniparser/README
0,0 → 1,11
 
Welcome to iniParser!
 
This modules offers parsing of ini files from the C level.
See a complete documentation in HTML format, from this directory
open the file html/index.html with any HTML-capable browser.
 
Enjoy!
 
N.Devillard
Thu Nov 17 12:31:42 CET 2005
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/mkset/tags/V0.01/Makefile
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CC=gcc
 
mkset: main.o serial.o iniparser/src/iniparser.o iniparser/src/dictionary.o iniparser/src/strlib.o
$(CC) -o mkset main.o serial.o iniparser/src/iniparser.o iniparser/src/dictionary.o iniparser/src/strlib.o
 
clean:
rm -f mkset main.o serial.o iniparser/src/iniparser.o iniparser/src/dictionary.o iniparser/src/strlib.o
/mkset/tags/V0.01/main.c
0,0 → 1,80
/* First version by Bjoern Biesenbach <bjoern@bjoern-b.de> */
 
#include <stdio.h>
#include "iniparser/src/iniparser.h"
#include "paramSet.h"
#include "main.h"
#include "serial.h"
 
int main(int argv, char *argc[])
{
if(argv != 4)
{
printf("\nUsage: ./main <setting_file> <setting> <serial_port>\n\n\n");
printf("\t Example: ./main Default.mkp 1 /dev/ttyS0\n\n");
exit(2);
}
dictionary *d;
d = iniparser_load(argc[1]);
strcpy(Param.Name, (iniparser_getstr(d,"Setup:Name")));
if(Param.Name=="")
strcpy(Param.Name,"<unnamed>");
Param.Kanalbelegung[0] = iniparser_getint(d,"Channels:Gas", 3);
Param.Kanalbelegung[1] = iniparser_getint(d,"Channels:Gier", 4);
Param.Kanalbelegung[2] = iniparser_getint(d,"Channels:Nick", 1);
Param.Kanalbelegung[3] = iniparser_getint(d,"Channels:Roll", 2);
Param.Kanalbelegung[4] = iniparser_getint(d,"Channels:Poti_1", 5);
Param.Kanalbelegung[5] = iniparser_getint(d,"Channels:Poti_2", 6);
Param.Kanalbelegung[6] = iniparser_getint(d,"Channels:Poti_3", 7);
Param.Kanalbelegung[7] = iniparser_getint(d,"Channels:Poti_4", 8);
Param.GlobalConfig = iniparser_getint(d,"Setup:GlobalConfig", 0);
Param.Stick_P = iniparser_getint(d,"Stick:Nick_Roll-P", 4);
Param.Stick_D = iniparser_getint(d,"Stick:Nick_Roll-D", 8);
Param.Gier_P = iniparser_getint(d,"Stick:Gier-P", 16);
Param.MaxHoehe = iniparser_getint(d,"Altitude:Setpoint", 251);
Param.Hoehe_MinGas = iniparser_getint(d,"Altitude:MinGas", 30);
Param.Hoehe_P = iniparser_getint(d,"Altitude:P", 10);
Param.Luftdruck_D = iniparser_getint(d,"Altitude:Barometric-D", 90);
Param.Hoehe_ACC_Wirkung = iniparser_getint(d,"Altitude:Z-ACC-Effect",15);
Param.Hoehe_Verstaerkung = iniparser_getint(d,"Altitude:Gain", 2);
Param.Gyro_P = iniparser_getint(d,"Gyro:P", 120);
Param.Gyro_I = iniparser_getint(d,"Gyro:I", 150);
Param.GyroAccFaktor = iniparser_getint(d,"Gyro:ACC_Gyro-Factor", 26);
Param.I_Faktor = iniparser_getint(d,"Gyro:Main-I", 5);
Param.Gas_Min = iniparser_getint(d,"Others:MinGas",15);
Param.Gas_Max = iniparser_getint(d,"Others:MaxGas",250);
Param.KompassWirkung = iniparser_getint(d,"Others:Compass-Effect",128);
Param.UnterspannungsWarnung = iniparser_getint(d,"Others:UnderVoltage",90);
Param.NotGas = iniparser_getint(d,"Others:NotGas",35);
Param.NotGasZeit = iniparser_getint(d,"Others:NotGasTime",20);
Param.UserParam1 = iniparser_getint(d,"User:Parameter_1",0);
Param.UserParam2 = iniparser_getint(d,"User:Parameter_2",0);
Param.UserParam3 = iniparser_getint(d,"User:Parameter_3",0);
Param.UserParam4 = iniparser_getint(d,"User:Parameter_4",0);
Param.ServoNickControl = iniparser_getint(d,"Camera:ServoNickControl",252);
Param.ServoNickComp = iniparser_getint(d,"Camera:ServoNickCompensation",100);
Param.ServoNickCompInvert = iniparser_getboolean(d,"Camera:ServoNickInvert",0);
Param.ServoNickMin = iniparser_getint(d,"Camera:ServoNickMin",0);
Param.ServoNickMax = iniparser_getint(d,"Camera:ServoNickMax",250);
Param.ServoNickRefresh = iniparser_getint(d,"Camera:ServoNickRefreshRate",50);
initSerial(argc[3]);
 
SendOutData('l'+(atoi(argc[2])-1), 1, &Param, sizeof(Param));
iniparser_freedict(d);
return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}
 
 
/mkset/tags/V0.01/main.h
0,0 → 1,10
/* First version by Bjoern Biesenbach <bjoern@bjoern-b.de> */
#ifndef __MAIN_H__
#define __MAIN_H__
 
#define MAX_TX_BUFFER 150
 
static unsigned char TxBuffer[MAX_TX_BUFFER];
 
 
#endif
/mkset/tags/V0.01/paramSet.h
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#ifndef __PARAMSET_H__
#define __PARAMSET_H__
 
struct
{
unsigned char Kanalbelegung[8]; // GAS[0], GIER[1], NICK[2], ROLL[3], POTI1, POTI2, POTI3, POTI4
unsigned char GlobalConfig; // H�henregler aktiv, HR-Schalter, Heading Hold aktiv, Kompass aktiv, Kompass Ausrichtung fest, GPS aktiv,
unsigned char Hoehe_MinGas; // Wert : 0-100
unsigned char Luftdruck_D; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char MaxHoehe; // Wert : 0-32
unsigned char Hoehe_P; // Wert : 0-32
unsigned char Hoehe_Verstaerkung; // Wert : 0-50
unsigned char Hoehe_ACC_Wirkung; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char Stick_P; // Wert : 1-6
unsigned char Stick_D; // Wert : 0-64
unsigned char Gier_P; // Wert : 1-20
unsigned char Gas_Min; // Wert : 0-32
unsigned char Gas_Max; // Wert : 33-250
unsigned char GyroAccFaktor; // Wert : 1-64
unsigned char KompassWirkung; // Wert : 0-32
unsigned char Gyro_P; // Wert : 10-250
unsigned char Gyro_I; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char UnterspannungsWarnung; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char NotGas; // Wert : 0-250 // Gaswert bei Emp�ngsverlust
unsigned char NotGasZeit; // Wert : 0-250 // Zeit bis auf NotGas geschaltet wird, wg. Rx-Problemen
unsigned char UfoAusrichtung; // X oder + Formation
unsigned char I_Faktor; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char UserParam1; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char UserParam2; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char UserParam3; // Wert : 0-250 Default: LED
unsigned char UserParam4; // Wert : 0-250 Default: LED
unsigned char ServoNickControl; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char ServoNickComp; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char ServoNickMin; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char ServoNickMax; // Wert : 0-250
unsigned char ServoNickRefresh; //
unsigned char ServoNickCompInvert; // Wert : 0-250 0 oder 1 // WICHTIG!!! am Ende lassen
unsigned char Reserved[7];
char Name[12];
} Param;
 
#endif
/mkset/tags/V0.01/serial.c
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/* First version by Bjoern Biesenbach <bjoern@bjoern-b.de> */
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <termios.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
 
#include "serial.h"
#include "main.h"
 
static int fd; // File descriptor for serial port
 
int open_port(char *port)
{
int fds; /* File descriptor for the port */
fds = open(port, O_RDWR | O_NOCTTY | O_NDELAY);
if (fds == -1)
{
/*
* Could not open the port.
*/
perror("open_port: Unable to open serial port!");
exit(1);
}
else
fcntl(fds, F_SETFL, 0);
return (fds);
}
void AddCRC(unsigned int wieviele)
{
unsigned int tmpCRC = 0,i;
for(i = 0; i < wieviele;i++)
{
tmpCRC += TxBuffer[i];
}
tmpCRC %= 4096;
TxBuffer[i++] = '=' + tmpCRC / 64;
TxBuffer[i++] = '=' + tmpCRC % 64;
TxBuffer[i++] = '\r';
}
 
 
 
void sende()
{
unsigned char tmp_tx;
int i=0;
while(TxBuffer[i] !='\r' && i<150)
{
write(fd,&TxBuffer[i],1);
i++;
}
write(fd,"\r",1);
}
 
void SendOutData(unsigned char cmd,unsigned char modul, unsigned char *buffer, int len)
{
unsigned int pt = 0,i;
 
TxBuffer[pt++] = '#'; // Startzeichen
TxBuffer[pt++] = modul+'a'; // Adresse (a=0; b=1,...)
TxBuffer[pt++] = cmd; // Commando
if(len)
for(i = 0;i < len; i+=3)
{
TxBuffer[pt++] = '=' + (buffer[i] >> 2);
TxBuffer[pt++] = '=' + (((buffer[i] & 0x03) << 4) | ((buffer[i+1] & 0xf0) >> 4));
TxBuffer[pt++] = '=' + ((unsigned char) ((buffer[i+1] & 0x0f) << 2) | ((buffer[i+2] & 0xc0) >> 6));
TxBuffer[pt++] = '=' + ((unsigned char) buffer[i+2] & 0x3f);
}
AddCRC(pt);
sende();
}
 
void initSerial(char *port)
{
struct termios options;
fd=open_port(port);
tcgetattr(fd, &options);
cfsetispeed(&options, B57600);
cfsetospeed(&options, B57600);
options.c_cflag |= (CLOCAL | CREAD);
tcsetattr(fd, TCSANOW, &options);
fcntl(fd, F_SETFL, FNDELAY);
}
/mkset/tags/V0.01/serial.h
0,0 → 1,12
/* First version by Bjoern Biesenbach <bjoern@bjoern-b.de> */
#ifdef __SERIAL_H__
#define __SERIAL_H__
 
int open_port(const char *port);
void AddCRC(unsigned int wieviele);
void sende(int fd);
 
static void initSerial(const char *port);
static void SendOutData(unsigned char cmd,unsigned char modul, unsigned char *buffer, int len, int fd);
 
#endif