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/*
* meli - lib.rs
*
* Copyright 2017 Manos Pitsidianakis
*
* This file is part of meli.
*
* meli is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* meli is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with meli. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
//! A crate that performs mail client operations such as
//! - Hold an [`Envelope`](./email/struct.Envelope.html) with methods convenient for mail client use. (see module [`email`](./email/index.html))
//! - Abstract through mail storages through the [`MailBackend`](./backends/trait.MailBackend.html) trait, and handle read/writes/updates through it. (see module [`backends`](./backends/index.html))
//! - Decode attachments (see module [`email::attachments`](./email/attachments/index.html))
//! - Create new mail (see [`email::Draft`](./email/compose/struct.Draft.html))
//! - Send mail with an SMTP client (see module [`smtp`](./smtp/index.html))
//! - Manage an `addressbook` i.e. have contacts (see module [`addressbook`](./addressbook/index.html))
//! - Build thread structures out of a list of mail via their `In-Reply-To` and `References` header values (see module [`thread`](./thread/index.html))
//!
//! Other exports are
//! - Basic mail account configuration to use with [`backends`](./backends/index.html) (see module [`conf`](./conf/index.html))
//! - Parser combinators (see module [`parsec`](./parsec/index.html))
//! - A `ShellExpandTrait` to expand paths like a shell.
//! - A `debug` macro that works like `std::dbg` but for multiple threads. (see [`debug` macro](./macro.debug.html))
#[macro_use]
pub mod dbg {
#[macro_export]
macro_rules! log_tag {
() => {
eprint!(
"[{}][{:?}] {}:{}_{}: ",
crate::datetime::timestamp_to_string(
crate::datetime::now(),
Some("%Y-%m-%d %T"),
false
),
std::thread::current()
.name()
.map(std::string::ToString::to_string)
.unwrap_or_else(|| format!("{:?}", std::thread::current().id())),
file!(),
line!(),
column!()
);
};
}
#[allow(clippy::redundant_closure)]
#[macro_export]
macro_rules! debug {
($val:literal) => {
{
if cfg!(feature="debug-tracing") {
log_tag!();
eprintln!($val);
}
$val
}
};
($val:expr) => {
if cfg!(feature="debug-tracing") {
let stringify = stringify!($val);
// Use of `match` here is intentional because it affects the lifetimes
// of temporaries - https://stackoverflow.com/a/48732525/1063961
match $val {
tmp => {
log_tag!();
eprintln!("{} = {:?}", stringify, tmp);
tmp
}
}
} else {
$val
}
};
($fmt:literal, $($arg:tt)*) => {
if cfg!(feature="debug-tracing") {
log_tag!();
eprintln!($fmt, $($arg)*);
}
};
}
}
#[cfg(feature = "unicode_algorithms")]
pub mod text_processing;
pub mod datetime;
pub use datetime::UnixTimestamp;
#[macro_use]
mod logging;
pub use self::logging::LoggingLevel::*;
pub use self::logging::*;
pub mod addressbook;
pub use addressbook::*;
pub mod backends;
pub use backends::*;
mod collection;
pub use collection::*;
pub mod conf;
pub use conf::*;
pub mod email;
pub use email::*;
pub mod error;
pub use crate::error::*;
pub mod thread;
pub use thread::*;
pub mod connections;
pub mod parsec;
pub mod search;
#[cfg(feature = "gpgme")]
pub mod gpgme;
#[cfg(feature = "smtp")]
pub mod smtp;
#[cfg(feature = "sqlite3")]
pub mod sqlite3;
#[macro_use]
extern crate serde_derive;
/* parser */
extern crate data_encoding;
extern crate encoding;
pub extern crate nom;
#[macro_use]
extern crate bitflags;
pub extern crate futures;
pub extern crate indexmap;
pub extern crate smallvec;
pub extern crate smol;
pub extern crate uuid;
pub extern crate xdg_utils;
#[derive(Debug, Copy, Clone)]
pub struct Bytes(pub usize);
impl Bytes {
pub const KILOBYTE: f64 = 1024.0;
pub const MEGABYTE: f64 = Self::KILOBYTE * 1024.0;
pub const GIGABYTE: f64 = Self::MEGABYTE * 1024.0;
pub const PETABYTE: f64 = Self::GIGABYTE * 1024.0;
}
impl core::fmt::Display for Bytes {
fn fmt(&self, fmt: &mut core::fmt::Formatter) -> core::fmt::Result {
let bytes: f64 = self.0 as f64;
if bytes == 0.0 {
write!(fmt, "0")
} else if bytes < Self::KILOBYTE {
write!(fmt, "{:.2} bytes", bytes)
} else if bytes < Self::MEGABYTE {
write!(fmt, "{:.2} KiB", bytes / Self::KILOBYTE)
} else if bytes < Self::GIGABYTE {
write!(fmt, "{:.2} MiB", bytes / Self::MEGABYTE)
} else if bytes < Self::PETABYTE {
write!(fmt, "{:.2} GiB", bytes / Self::GIGABYTE)
} else {
write!(fmt, "{:.2} PiB", bytes / Self::PETABYTE)
}
}
}
pub use shellexpand::ShellExpandTrait;
pub mod shellexpand {
use smallvec::SmallVec;
use std::ffi::OsStr;
use std::os::unix::ffi::OsStrExt;
#[cfg(not(target_os = "netbsd"))]
use std::os::unix::io::AsRawFd;
use std::path::{Path, PathBuf};
pub trait ShellExpandTrait {
fn expand(&self) -> PathBuf;
fn complete(&self, force: bool) -> SmallVec<[String; 128]>;
}
impl ShellExpandTrait for Path {
fn expand(&self) -> PathBuf {
let mut ret = PathBuf::new();
for c in self.components() {
let c_to_str = c.as_os_str().to_str();
match c_to_str {
Some("~") => {
if let Ok(home_dir) = std::env::var("HOME") {
ret.push(home_dir)
} else {
return PathBuf::new();
}
}
Some(var) if var.starts_with('$') => {
let env_name = var.split_at(1).1;
if env_name.chars().all(char::is_uppercase) {
ret.push(std::env::var(env_name).unwrap_or_default());
} else {
ret.push(c);
}
}
Some(_) => {
ret.push(c);
}
None => {
/* path is invalid */
return PathBuf::new();
}
}
}
ret
}
#[cfg(target_os = "linux")]
fn complete(&self, force: bool) -> SmallVec<[String; 128]> {
use libc::dirent64;
use nix::fcntl::OFlag;
const BUF_SIZE: ::libc::size_t = 8 << 10;
let (prefix, _match) = if self.as_os_str().as_bytes().ends_with(b"/.") {
(self.components().as_path(), OsStr::from_bytes(b"."))
} else {
if self.exists() && (!force || self.as_os_str().as_bytes().ends_with(b"/")) {
// println!("{} {:?}", self.display(), self.components().last());
return SmallVec::new();
} else {
let last_component = self
.components()
.last()
.map(|c| c.as_os_str())
.unwrap_or(OsStr::from_bytes(b""));
let prefix = if let Some(p) = self.parent() {
p
} else {
return SmallVec::new();
};
(prefix, last_component)
}
};
let dir = match ::nix::dir::Dir::openat(
::libc::AT_FDCWD,
prefix,
OFlag::O_DIRECTORY | OFlag::O_NOATIME | OFlag::O_RDONLY | OFlag::O_CLOEXEC,
::nix::sys::stat::Mode::S_IRUSR | ::nix::sys::stat::Mode::S_IXUSR,
)
.or_else(|_| {
::nix::dir::Dir::openat(
::libc::AT_FDCWD,
prefix,
OFlag::O_DIRECTORY | OFlag::O_RDONLY | OFlag::O_CLOEXEC,
::nix::sys::stat::Mode::S_IRUSR | ::nix::sys::stat::Mode::S_IXUSR,
)
}) {
Ok(dir) => dir,
Err(err) => {
debug!(prefix);
debug!(err);
return SmallVec::new();
}
};
let mut buf: Vec<u8> = Vec::with_capacity(BUF_SIZE);
let mut entries = SmallVec::new();
loop {
let n: i64 = unsafe {
::libc::syscall(
::libc::SYS_getdents64,
dir.as_raw_fd(),
buf.as_ptr(),
BUF_SIZE - 256,
)
};
if n < 0 {
return SmallVec::new();
} else if n == 0 {
break;
}
let n = n as usize;
unsafe {
buf.set_len(n);
}
let mut pos = 0;
while pos < n {
let dir = unsafe { std::mem::transmute::<&[u8], &[dirent64]>(&buf[pos..]) };
let entry = unsafe { std::ffi::CStr::from_ptr(dir[0].d_name.as_ptr()) };
if entry.to_bytes() != b"." && entry.to_bytes() != b".." {
if entry.to_bytes().starts_with(_match.as_bytes()) {
if dir[0].d_type == ::libc::DT_DIR && !entry.to_bytes().ends_with(b"/")
{
let mut s = unsafe {
String::from_utf8_unchecked(
entry.to_bytes()[_match.as_bytes().len()..].to_vec(),
)
};
s.push('/');
entries.push(s);
} else {
entries.push(unsafe {
String::from_utf8_unchecked(
entry.to_bytes()[_match.as_bytes().len()..].to_vec(),
)
});
}
}
}
pos += dir[0].d_reclen as usize;
}
// https://github.com/romkatv/gitstatus/blob/caf44f7aaf33d0f46e6749e50595323c277e0908/src/dir.cc
// "It's tempting to bail here if n + sizeof(linux_dirent64) + 512 <= n. After all, there
// was enough space for another entry but SYS_getdents64 didn't write it, so this must be
// the end of the directory listing, right? Unfortunately, no. SYS_getdents64 is finicky.
// It sometimes writes a partial list of entries even if the full list would fit."
}
entries
}
#[cfg(not(target_os = "linux"))]
fn complete(&self, force: bool) -> SmallVec<[String; 128]> {
let mut entries = SmallVec::new();
let (prefix, _match) = {
if self.exists() && (!force || self.as_os_str().as_bytes().ends_with(b"/")) {
// println!("{} {:?}", self.display(), self.components().last());
return entries;
} else {
let last_component = self
.components()
.last()
.map(|c| c.as_os_str())
.unwrap_or(OsStr::from_bytes(b""));
let prefix = if let Some(p) = self.parent() {
p
} else {
return entries;
};
(prefix, last_component)
}
};
if force && self.is_dir() && !self.as_os_str().as_bytes().ends_with(b"/") {
entries.push("/".to_string());
}
if let Ok(iter) = std::fs::read_dir(&prefix) {
for entry in iter {
if let Ok(entry) = entry {
if entry.path().as_os_str().as_bytes() != b"."
&& entry.path().as_os_str().as_bytes() != b".."
&& entry
.path()
.as_os_str()
.as_bytes()
.starts_with(_match.as_bytes())
{
if entry.path().is_dir()
&& !entry.path().as_os_str().as_bytes().ends_with(b"/")
{
let mut s = unsafe {
String::from_utf8_unchecked(
entry.path().as_os_str().as_bytes()
[_match.as_bytes().len()..]
.to_vec(),
)
};
s.push('/');
entries.push(s);
} else {
entries.push(unsafe {
String::from_utf8_unchecked(
entry.path().as_os_str().as_bytes()
[_match.as_bytes().len()..]
.to_vec(),
)
});
}
}
}
}
}
entries
}
}
#[test]
fn test_shellexpandtrait() {
assert!(Path::new("~").expand().complete(false).is_empty());
assert!(!Path::new("~").expand().complete(true).is_empty());
}
}