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Timestamp:
2012-04-08T09:22:47Z (10 years ago)
Author:
Vojtech Horky <vojtechhorky@…>
Branches:
lfn, master
Children:
81475250
Parents:
e367f5b8 (diff), 081d60f (diff)
Note: this is a merge changeset, the changes displayed below correspond to the merge itself.
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Message:

Merge bdsh/sleep (thx Sean Bartell)

Location:
uspace/app/bdsh/cmds/modules
Files:
6 edited

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  • uspace/app/bdsh/cmds/modules/cat/cat.h

    re367f5b8 r1dbe465  
    44/* Prototypes for the cat command, excluding entry points */
    55
    6 static unsigned int cat_file(const char *, size_t, bool, off64_t, off64_t, bool);
    7 
    86#endif /* CAT_H */
    97
  • uspace/app/bdsh/cmds/modules/help/help.h

    re367f5b8 r1dbe465  
    33
    44/* Prototypes for the help command (excluding entry points) */
    5 static int is_mod_or_builtin(char *);
    65
    76#endif
  • uspace/app/bdsh/cmds/modules/mkdir/mkdir.h

    re367f5b8 r1dbe465  
    44/* Prototypes for the mkdir command, excluding entry points */
    55
    6 static unsigned int create_directory(const char *, unsigned int);
    76#endif /* MKDIR_H */
    87
  • uspace/app/bdsh/cmds/modules/rm/rm.c

    re367f5b8 r1dbe465  
    4646#define RM_VERSION "0.0.1"
    4747
    48 static rm_job_t rm;
    49 
    5048static struct option const long_options[] = {
    5149        { "help", no_argument, 0, 'h' },
     
    5755};
    5856
     57/* Return values for rm_scope() */
     58#define RM_BOGUS 0
     59#define RM_FILE  1
     60#define RM_DIR   2
     61
     62/* Flags for rm_update() */
     63#define _RM_ENTRY   0
     64#define _RM_ADVANCE 1
     65#define _RM_REWIND  2
     66#define _RM_EXIT    3
     67
     68/* A simple job structure */
     69typedef struct {
     70        /* Options set at run time */
     71        unsigned int force;      /* -f option */
     72        unsigned int recursive;  /* -r option */
     73        unsigned int safe;       /* -s option */
     74
     75        /* Keeps track of the job in progress */
     76        int advance; /* How far deep we've gone since entering */
     77        DIR *entry;  /* Entry point to the tree being removed */
     78        char *owd;   /* Where we were when we invoked rm */
     79        char *cwd;   /* Current directory being transversed */
     80        char *nwd;   /* Next directory to be transversed */
     81
     82        /* Counters */
     83        int f_removed; /* Number of files unlinked */
     84        int d_removed; /* Number of directories unlinked */
     85} rm_job_t;
     86
     87static rm_job_t rm;
     88
     89static unsigned int rm_recursive(const char *);
     90
    5991static unsigned int rm_start(rm_job_t *rm)
    6092{
     
    95127        if (NULL != rm->cwd)
    96128                free(rm->cwd);
     129}
     130
     131static unsigned int rm_single(const char *path)
     132{
     133        if (unlink(path)) {
     134                cli_error(CL_EFAIL, "rm: could not remove file %s", path);
     135                return 1;
     136        }
     137        return 0;
     138}
     139
     140static unsigned int rm_scope(const char *path)
     141{
     142        int fd;
     143        DIR *dirp;
     144
     145        dirp = opendir(path);
     146        if (dirp) {
     147                closedir(dirp);
     148                return RM_DIR;
     149        }
     150
     151        fd = open(path, O_RDONLY);
     152        if (fd > 0) {
     153                close(fd);
     154                return RM_FILE;
     155        }
     156
     157        return RM_BOGUS;
    97158}
    98159
     
    154215
    155216        return ret + 1;
    156 }
    157 
    158 static unsigned int rm_single(const char *path)
    159 {
    160         if (unlink(path)) {
    161                 cli_error(CL_EFAIL, "rm: could not remove file %s", path);
    162                 return 1;
    163         }
    164         return 0;
    165 }
    166 
    167 static unsigned int rm_scope(const char *path)
    168 {
    169         int fd;
    170         DIR *dirp;
    171 
    172         dirp = opendir(path);
    173         if (dirp) {
    174                 closedir(dirp);
    175                 return RM_DIR;
    176         }
    177 
    178         fd = open(path, O_RDONLY);
    179         if (fd > 0) {
    180                 close(fd);
    181                 return RM_FILE;
    182         }
    183 
    184         return RM_BOGUS;
    185217}
    186218
  • uspace/app/bdsh/cmds/modules/rm/rm.h

    re367f5b8 r1dbe465  
    22#define RM_H
    33
    4 /* Return values for rm_scope() */
    5 #define RM_BOGUS 0
    6 #define RM_FILE  1
    7 #define RM_DIR   2
    8 
    9 /* Flags for rm_update() */
    10 #define _RM_ENTRY   0
    11 #define _RM_ADVANCE 1
    12 #define _RM_REWIND  2
    13 #define _RM_EXIT    3
    14 
    15 /* A simple job structure */
    16 typedef struct {
    17         /* Options set at run time */
    18         unsigned int force;      /* -f option */
    19         unsigned int recursive;  /* -r option */
    20         unsigned int safe;       /* -s option */
    21 
    22         /* Keeps track of the job in progress */
    23         int advance; /* How far deep we've gone since entering */
    24         DIR *entry;  /* Entry point to the tree being removed */
    25         char *owd;   /* Where we were when we invoked rm */
    26         char *cwd;   /* Current directory being transversed */
    27         char *nwd;   /* Next directory to be transversed */
    28 
    29         /* Counters */
    30         int f_removed; /* Number of files unlinked */
    31         int d_removed; /* Number of directories unlinked */
    32 } rm_job_t;
    33 
    34 
    354/* Prototypes for the rm command, excluding entry points */
    36 static unsigned int rm_start(rm_job_t *);
    37 static void rm_end(rm_job_t *rm);
    38 static unsigned int rm_recursive(const char *);
    39 static unsigned int rm_single(const char *);
    40 static unsigned int rm_scope(const char *);
    415
    426#endif /* RM_H */
  • uspace/app/bdsh/cmds/modules/sleep/sleep.c

    re367f5b8 r1dbe465  
    2727 */
    2828
     29#include <errno.h>
    2930#include <stdio.h>
    3031#include <stdlib.h>
     32#include <unistd.h>
    3133#include "config.h"
    3234#include "util.h"
     
    4143void help_cmd_sleep(unsigned int level)
    4244{
    43         printf("This is the %s help for '%s'.\n",
    44                 level ? EXT_HELP : SHORT_HELP, cmdname);
     45        if (level == HELP_SHORT) {
     46                printf("`%s' pauses for a given time interval\n", cmdname);
     47        } else {
     48                help_cmd_sleep(HELP_SHORT);
     49                printf(
     50                    "Usage:  %s <duration>\n"
     51                    "The duration is a decimal number of seconds.\n",
     52                    cmdname);
     53        }
     54
    4555        return;
     56}
     57
     58/** Convert string containing decimal seconds to useconds_t.
     59 *
     60 * @param nptr   Pointer to string.
     61 * @param result Result of the conversion.
     62 * @return EOK if conversion was successful.
     63 */
     64static int decimal_to_useconds(const char *nptr, useconds_t *result)
     65{
     66        int ret;
     67        uint64_t whole_seconds;
     68        uint64_t frac_seconds;
     69        char *endptr;
     70
     71        /* Check for whole seconds */
     72        if (*nptr == '.') {
     73                whole_seconds = 0;
     74                endptr = (char *)nptr;
     75        } else {
     76                ret = str_uint64_t(nptr, &endptr, 10, false, &whole_seconds);
     77                if (ret != EOK)
     78                        return ret;
     79        }
     80
     81        /* Check for fractional seconds */
     82        if (*endptr == '\0') {
     83                frac_seconds = 0;
     84        } else if (*endptr == '.' && endptr[1] == '\0') {
     85                frac_seconds = 0;
     86        } else if (*endptr == '.') {
     87                nptr = endptr + 1;
     88                ret = str_uint64_t(nptr, &endptr, 10, true, &frac_seconds);
     89                if (ret != EOK)
     90                        return ret;
     91
     92                int ndigits = endptr - nptr;
     93                for (; ndigits < 6; ndigits++)
     94                        frac_seconds *= 10;
     95                for (; ndigits > 6; ndigits--)
     96                        frac_seconds /= 10;
     97        } else {
     98                return EINVAL;
     99        }
     100
     101        /* Check for overflow */
     102        useconds_t total = whole_seconds * 1000000 + frac_seconds;
     103        if (total / 1000000 != whole_seconds)
     104                return EOVERFLOW;
     105
     106        *result = total;
     107
     108        return EOK;
    46109}
    47110
     
    49112int cmd_sleep(char **argv)
    50113{
     114        int ret;
    51115        unsigned int argc;
    52         unsigned int i;
     116        useconds_t duration;
    53117
    54118        /* Count the arguments */
    55         for (argc = 0; argv[argc] != NULL; argc ++);
     119        argc = cli_count_args(argv);
    56120
    57         printf("%s %s\n", TEST_ANNOUNCE, cmdname);
    58         printf("%d arguments passed to %s", argc - 1, cmdname);
    59 
    60         if (argc < 2) {
    61                 printf("\n");
    62                 return CMD_SUCCESS;
     121        if (argc != 2) {
     122                printf("%s - incorrect number of arguments. Try `help %s'\n",
     123                    cmdname, cmdname);
     124                return CMD_FAILURE;
    63125        }
    64126
    65         printf(":\n");
    66         for (i = 1; i < argc; i++)
    67                 printf("[%d] -> %s\n", i, argv[i]);
     127        ret = decimal_to_useconds(argv[1], &duration);
     128        if (ret != EOK) {
     129                printf("%s - invalid duration.\n", cmdname);
     130                return CMD_FAILURE;
     131        }
     132
     133        (void) usleep(duration);
    68134
    69135        return CMD_SUCCESS;
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