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#include "cache.h"
#include "pkt-line.h"
#include "sideband.h"
 
/*
 * Receive multiplexed output stream over git native protocol.
 * in_stream is the input stream from the remote, which carries data
 * in pkt_line format with band designator.  Demultiplex it into out
 * and err and return error appropriately.  Band #1 carries the
 * primary payload.  Things coming over band #2 is not necessarily
 * error; they are usually informative message on the standard error
 * stream, aka "verbose").  A message over band #3 is a signal that
 * the remote died unexpectedly.  A flush() concludes the stream.
 */
 
#define PREFIX "remote:"
 
#define ANSI_SUFFIX "\033[K"
#define DUMB_SUFFIX "        "
 
#define FIX_SIZE 10  /* large enough for any of the above */
 
int recv_sideband(const char *me, int in_stream, int out)
{
	unsigned pf = strlen(PREFIX);
	unsigned sf;
	char buf[LARGE_PACKET_MAX + 2*FIX_SIZE];
	char *suffix, *term;
	int skip_pf = 0;
 
	memcpy(buf, PREFIX, pf);
	term = getenv("TERM");
	if (term && strcmp(term, "dumb"))
		suffix = ANSI_SUFFIX;
	else
		suffix = DUMB_SUFFIX;
	sf = strlen(suffix);
 
	while (1) {
		int band, len;
		len = packet_read_line(in_stream, buf + pf, LARGE_PACKET_MAX);
		if (len == 0)
			break;
		if (len < 1) {
			fprintf(stderr, "%s: protocol error: no band designator\n", me);
			return SIDEBAND_PROTOCOL_ERROR;
		}
		band = buf[pf] & 0xff;
		len--;
		switch (band) {
		case 3:
			buf[pf] = ' ';
			buf[pf+1+len] = '\0';
			fprintf(stderr, "%s\n", buf);
			return SIDEBAND_REMOTE_ERROR;
		case 2:
			buf[pf] = ' ';
			do {
				char *b = buf;
				int brk = 0;
 
				/*
				 * If the last buffer didn't end with a line
				 * break then we should not print a prefix
				 * this time around.
				 */
				if (skip_pf) {
					b += pf+1;
				} else {
					len += pf+1;
					brk += pf+1;
				}
 
				/* Look for a line break. */
				for (;;) {
					brk++;
					if (brk > len) {
						brk = 0;
						break;
					}
					if (b[brk-1] == '\n' ||
					    b[brk-1] == '\r')
						break;
				}
 
				/*
				 * Let's insert a suffix to clear the end
				 * of the screen line if a line break was
				 * found.  Also, if we don't skip the
				 * prefix, then a non-empty string must be
				 * present too.
				 */
				if (brk > (skip_pf ? 0 : (pf+1 + 1))) {
					char save[FIX_SIZE];
					memcpy(save, b + brk, sf);
					b[brk + sf - 1] = b[brk - 1];
					memcpy(b + brk - 1, suffix, sf);
					fprintf(stderr, "%.*s", brk + sf, b);
					memcpy(b + brk, save, sf);
					len -= brk;
				} else {
					int l = brk ? brk : len;
					fprintf(stderr, "%.*s", l, b);
					len -= l;
				}
 
				skip_pf = !brk;
				memmove(buf + pf+1, b + brk, len);
			} while (len);
			continue;
		case 1:
			write_or_die(out, buf + pf+1, len);
			continue;
		default:
			fprintf(stderr, "%s: protocol error: bad band #%d\n",
				me, band);
			return SIDEBAND_PROTOCOL_ERROR;
		}
	}
	return 0;
}
 
/*
 * fd is connected to the remote side; send the sideband data
 * over multiplexed packet stream.
 */
ssize_t send_sideband(int fd, int band, const char *data, ssize_t sz, int packet_max)
{
	ssize_t ssz = sz;
	const char *p = data;
 
	while (sz) {
		unsigned n;
		char hdr[5];
 
		n = sz;
		if (packet_max - 5 < n)
			n = packet_max - 5;
		if (0 <= band) {
			sprintf(hdr, "%04x", n + 5);
			hdr[4] = band;
			write_or_die(fd, hdr, 5);
		} else {
			sprintf(hdr, "%04x", n + 4);
			write_or_die(fd, hdr, 4);
		}
		write_or_die(fd, p, n);
		p += n;
		sz -= n;
	}
	return ssz;
}