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#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <malloc.h>

#include "FileSystemSupport_md.h"

/*
 * Windows implementation of file system support functions
 */

#define slash           '\\'
#define altSlash        '/'

static int isSlash(char c) {
    return (c == '\\') || (c == '/');
}

static int isLetter(char c) {
    return ((c >= 'a') && (c <= 'z')) || ((c >= 'A') && (c <= 'Z'));
}

char pathSeparator() {
    return ';';
}

/* filename are case insensitive on windows */
int filenameStrcmp(const char* s1, const char* s2) {
    return strcasecmp(s1, s2);
}

char* basePath(const char* path) {
    char* pos = strchr(path, slash);
    char* last = NULL;
    while (pos != NULL) {
        last = pos;
        pos++;
        pos = strchr(pos, slash);
    }
    if (last == NULL) {
        return (char*)path;
    } else {
        int len = (int)(last - path);
        char* str = (char*)malloc(len+1);
        if (len > 0) {
            memcpy(str, path, len);
        }
        str[len] = '\0';
        return str;
    }
}



/* -- Normalization - src/windows/classes/java/io/Win32FileSystem.java */


/* A normal Win32 pathname contains no duplicate slashes, except possibly
 * for a UNC prefix, and does not end with a slash.  It may be the empty
 * string.  Normalized Win32 pathnames have the convenient property that
 * the length of the prefix almost uniquely identifies the type of the path
 * and whether it is absolute or relative:
 *
 *      0  relative to both drive and directory
 *      1  drive-relative (begins with '\\')
 *      2  absolute UNC (if first char is '\\'),
 *         else directory-relative (has form "z:foo")
 *      3  absolute local pathname (begins with "z:\\")
 */
static int normalizePrefix(const char* path, int len, char* sb, int* sbLen) {
    char c;
    int src = 0;
    while ((src < len) && isSlash(path[src])) src++;
    if ((len - src >= 2)
        && isLetter(c = path[src])
        && path[src + 1] == ':') {
        /* Remove leading slashes if followed by drive specifier.
           This hack is necessary to support file URLs containing drive
           specifiers (e.g., "file://c:/path").  As a side effect,
           "/c:/path" can be used as an alternative to "c:/path". */
        sb[(*sbLen)++] = c;
        sb[(*sbLen)++] = ':';
        src += 2;
    } else {
        src = 0;
        if ((len >= 2)
            && isSlash(path[0])
            && isSlash(path[1])) {
            /* UNC pathname: Retain first slash; leave src pointed at
               second slash so that further slashes will be collapsed
               into the second slash.  The result will be a pathname
               beginning with "\\\\" followed (most likely) by a host
               name. */
            src = 1;
            sb[(*sbLen)++] = slash;
        }
    }
    return src;
}

/*
 * Normalize the given pathname, whose length is len, starting at the given
 * offset; everything before this offset is already normal.
 */
static char* normalizePath(const char* path, int len, int off) {
    int src;
    char* sb;
    int sbLen;

    if (len == 0) return (char*)path;
    if (off < 3) off = 0;       /* Avoid fencepost cases with UNC pathnames */

    sb = (char*)malloc(len+1);
    sbLen = 0;

    if (off == 0) {
        /* Complete normalization, including prefix */
        src = normalizePrefix(path, len, sb, &sbLen);
    } else {
        /* Partial normalization */
        src = off;
        memcpy(sb+sbLen, path, off);
        sbLen += off;
    }

    /* Remove redundant slashes from the remainder of the path, forcing all
       slashes into the preferred slash */
    while (src < len) {
        char c = path[src++];
        if (isSlash(c)) {
            while ((src < len) && isSlash(path[src])) src++;
            if (src == len) {
                /* Check for trailing separator */
                if ((sbLen == 2) && (sb[1] == ':')) {
                    /* "z:\\" */
                    sb[sbLen++] = slash;
                    break;
                }
                if (sbLen == 0) {
                    /* "\\" */
                    sb[sbLen++] = slash;
                    break;
                }
                if ((sbLen == 1) && (isSlash(sb[0]))) {
                    /* "\\\\" is not collapsed to "\\" because "\\\\" marks
                       the beginning of a UNC pathname.  Even though it is
                       not, by itself, a valid UNC pathname, we leave it as
                       is in order to be consistent with the win32 APIs,
                       which treat this case as an invalid UNC pathname
                       rather than as an alias for the root directory of
                       the current drive. */
                    sb[sbLen++] = slash;
                    break;
                }
                /* Path does not denote a root directory, so do not append
                   trailing slash */
                break;
            } else {
                sb[sbLen++] = slash;
            }
        } else {
            sb[sbLen++] = c;
        }
    }

    sb[sbLen] = '\0';
    return sb;
}

/*
 * Check that the given pathname is normal.  If not, invoke the real
 * normalizer on the part of the pathname that requires normalization.
 * This way we iterate through the whole pathname string only once.
 */
char* normalize(char* path) {
    int n = (int)strlen(path);
    int i;
    char c = 0;
    int prev = 0;
    for (i = 0; i < n; i++) {
        char c = path[i];
        if (c == altSlash)
            return normalizePath(path, n, (prev == slash) ? i - 1 : i);
        if ((c == slash) && (prev == slash) && (i > 1))
            return normalizePath(path, n, i - 1);
        if ((c == ':') && (i > 1))
            return normalizePath(path, n, 0);
        prev = c;
    }
    if (prev == slash)
        return normalizePath(path, n, n - 1);
    return path;
}


/* -- Resolution - src/windows/classes/java/io/Win32FileSystem.java */


char* resolve(const char* parent, const char* child) {
    char* c;
    char* theChars;
    int parentEnd, childStart, len;

    int pn = (int)strlen(parent);
    int cn = (int)strlen(child);

    if (pn == 0) return (char*)child;
    if (cn == 0) return (char*)parent;

    c = (char*)child;
    childStart = 0;
    parentEnd = pn;

    if ((cn > 1) && (c[0] == slash)) {
        if (c[1] == slash) {
            /* Drop prefix when child is a UNC pathname */
            childStart = 2;
        } else {
            /* Drop prefix when child is drive-relative */
            childStart = 1;

        }
        if (cn == childStart) { // Child is double slash
            if (parent[pn - 1] == slash) {
                char* str = strdup(parent);
                str[pn-1] = '\0';
                return str;
            }
            return (char*)parent;
        }
    }

    if (parent[pn - 1] == slash)
        parentEnd--;

    len = parentEnd + cn - childStart;

    if (child[childStart] == slash) {
        theChars = (char*)malloc(len+1);
        memcpy(theChars, parent, parentEnd);
        memcpy(theChars+parentEnd, child+childStart, (cn-childStart));
        theChars[len] = '\0';
    } else {
        theChars = (char*)malloc(len+2);
        memcpy(theChars, parent, parentEnd);
        theChars[parentEnd] = slash;
        memcpy(theChars+parentEnd+1, child+childStart, (cn-childStart));
        theChars[len+1] = '\0';
    }
    return theChars;
}


static int prefixLength(const char* path) {
    char c0, c1;

    int n = (int)strlen(path);
    if (n == 0) return 0;
    c0 = path[0];
    c1 = (n > 1) ? path[1] : 0;
    if (c0 == slash) {
        if (c1 == slash) return 2;      /* Absolute UNC pathname "\\\\foo" */
        return 1;                       /* Drive-relative "\\foo" */
    }
    if (isLetter(c0) && (c1 == ':')) {
        if ((n > 2) && (path[2] == slash))
            return 3;           /* Absolute local pathname "z:\\foo" */
        return 2;                       /* Directory-relative "z:foo" */
    }
    return 0;                   /* Completely relative */
}


int isAbsolute(const char* path) {
    int pl = prefixLength(path);
    return (((pl == 2) && (path[0] == slash)) || (pl == 3));
}


char* fromURIPath(const char* path) {
    int start = 0;
    int len = (int)strlen(path);

    if ((len > 2) && (path[2] == ':')) {
        // "/c:/foo" --> "c:/foo"
        start = 1;
        // "c:/foo/" --> "c:/foo", but "c:/" --> "c:/"
        if ((len > 3) && path[len-1] == '/')
            len--;
    } else if ((len > 1) && path[len-1] == '/') {
        // "/foo/" --> "/foo"
        len--;
    }

    if (start == 0 && len == (int)strlen(path)) {
        return (char*)path;
    } else {
        char* p = (char*)malloc(len+1);
        if (p != NULL) {
            memcpy(p, path+start, len);
            p[len] = '\0';
        }
        return p;
    }
}