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[project @ 1997-05-20 19:48:00 by jwe]
author jwe
date Tue, 20 May 1997 19:48:00 +0000
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/* tex-make.c: Run external programs to make TeX-related files.

Copyright (C) 1993, 94 Karl Berry.

This program 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 2, or (at your option)
any later version.

This program 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 this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307, USA.  */

#include <kpathsea/config.h>

#include <kpathsea/c-fopen.h>
#include <kpathsea/c-pathch.h>
#include <kpathsea/concatn.h>
#include <kpathsea/db.h>
#include <kpathsea/fn.h>
#include <kpathsea/magstep.h>
#include <kpathsea/readable.h>
#include <kpathsea/tex-make.h>
#include <kpathsea/variable.h>


/* We never throw away stdout, since that is supposed to be the filename
   found, if all is successful.  This variable controls whether stderr
   is thrown away.  */
boolean kpse_make_tex_discard_errors = false;

/* We set the envvar MAKETEX_MAG, which is part of the default spec for
   MakeTeXPK above, based on KPATHSEA_DPI and MAKETEX_BASE_DPI.  */

static void
set_maketex_mag P1H(void)
{
  char q[MAX_INT_LENGTH * 3 + 3];
  int m;
  string dpi_str = getenv ("KPATHSEA_DPI");
  string bdpi_str = getenv ("MAKETEX_BASE_DPI");
  unsigned dpi = dpi_str ? atoi (dpi_str) : 0;
  unsigned bdpi = bdpi_str ? atoi (bdpi_str) : 0;

  /* If the environment variables aren't set, it's a bug.  */
  assert (dpi != 0 && bdpi != 0);
  
  /* Fix up for roundoff error.  Hopefully the driver has already fixed
     up DPI, but may as well be safe, and also get the magstep number.  */
  (void) kpse_magstep_fix (dpi, bdpi, &m);
  
  /* Have to do something different for DOS?  */
  if (m == 0)
    sprintf (q, "%d+%d/%d", dpi / bdpi, dpi % bdpi, bdpi);
  else
    { /* m is encoded with LSB being a ``half'' bit (see magstep.h).  Are
         we making an assumption here about two's complement?  Probably.
         In any case, if m is negative, we have to put in the sign
         explicitly, since m/2==0 if m==-1.  */
      const_string sign = "";
      if (m < 0)
        {
          m *= -1;
          sign = "-";
        }
      sprintf (q, "magstep\\(%s%d.%d\\)", sign, m / 2, (m & 1) * 5);
    }  
  xputenv ("MAKETEX_MAG", q);
}

/* This MakeTeX... program was disabled, or the script failed.  If this
   was a font creation (according to FORMAT), append CMD
   to a file missfont.log in the current directory.  */

static void
misstex P2C(kpse_file_format_type, format,  const_string, cmd)
{
  static FILE *missfont = NULL;

  /* If we weren't trying to make a font, do nothing.  Maybe should
     allow people to specify what they want recorded?  */
  if (format > kpse_any_glyph_format && format != kpse_tfm_format
      && format != kpse_vf_format)
    return;

  /* If this is the first time, have to open the log file.  */
  if (!missfont)
    {
      const_string missfont_name = "missfont.log";
      missfont = fopen (missfont_name, FOPEN_A_MODE);
      if (!missfont && getenv ("TEXMFOUTPUT"))
        {
          missfont_name = concat3 (getenv ("TEXMFOUTPUT"), DIR_SEP_STRING,
                                   missfont_name);
          missfont = fopen (missfont_name, FOPEN_A_MODE);
        }

      /* Should we really be unconditionally shouting this message?  */
      if (missfont)
        fprintf (stderr, "kpathsea: Appending font creation commands to %s.\n",
                 missfont_name);
    }
  
  /* Write the command if we have a log file.  */
  if (missfont)
    {
      fputs (cmd, missfont);
      putc ('\n', missfont);
    }
}  


/* Assume the script outputs the filename it creates (and nothing
   else) on standard output; hence, we run the script with `popen'.  */

static string
maketex P2C(kpse_file_format_type, format,  const_string, cmd)
{
  string ret;
  FILE *f;
  
  /* Tell the user we are running the script, so they have a clue as to
     what's going on if something messes up.  */
  fprintf (stderr, "kpathsea: Running %s\n", cmd);
  
  /* Run the script.  */
  f = popen (cmd, FOPEN_R_MODE);

  if (f)
    {
      int c;
      string fn;             /* The final filename.  */
      unsigned len;          /* And its length.  */
      fn_type output;
      output = fn_init ();   /* Collect the script output.  */

      /* Read all the output and terminate with a null.  */
      while ((c = getc (f)) != EOF)
        fn_1grow (&output, c);
      fn_1grow (&output, 0);

      /* Maybe should check for `EXIT_SUCCESS' status before even
         looking at the output?  */
      if (pclose (f) == -1)
        FATAL_PERROR (cmd);

      len = FN_LENGTH (output);
      fn = FN_STRING (output);

      /* Remove trailing newlines and returns.  */
      while (len > 1 && (fn[len - 2] == '\n' || fn[len - 2] == '\r'))
        {
          fn[len - 2] = 0;
          len--;
        }

      /* If no output from script, return NULL.  Otherwise check
         what it output.  */
      ret = len == 1 ? NULL : kpse_readable_file (fn);

      /* Free the name if we're not returning it.  */
      if (fn != ret)
        free (fn);
    }
  else
    /* popen failed.  Maybe should give error (optionally), but for
       now be silent, to avoid annoying people who purposefully
       don't have the script installed. */
    ret = NULL;
  
  if (ret == NULL)
    misstex (format, cmd);
  else
    db_insert (ret);
    
  return ret;
}


/* Create BASE in FORMAT and return the generated filename, or
   return NULL.  */

string
kpse_make_tex P2C(kpse_file_format_type, format,  const_string, base)
{
  kpse_format_info_type spec; /* some compilers lack struct initialization */
  string ret = NULL;
  
  spec = kpse_format_info[format];
  
  if (spec.program)
    {
      /* See the documentation for the envvars we're dealing with here.  */
      string args, cmd;
      const_string prog = spec.program; /* MakeTeXPK */
      string PROG = uppercasify (prog); /* MAKETEXPK */
      string progenv = getenv (PROG);   /* ENV{"MAKETEXPK"} */
      const_string arg_spec = progenv ? progenv : spec.program_args;
      string mode = getenv ("MAKETEX_MODE");
      boolean unset_mode = false;
      
      set_maketex_mag ();
      
      /* Here's an awful kludge: if the mode is `/', unset it for the
         call and then reset it.  We could ignore a mode of / in
         MakeTeXPK, but then everyone's MakeTeXPK would have to handle
         that special case, which seems too onerous.  `kpse_prog_init'
         sets it to this in the first place when no mode is otherwise
         specified; this is so when the user defines a resolution, they
         don't also have to specify a mode; instead, MakeTeXPK's guesses
         will take over.  They use / for the value because then when it
         is expanded as part of the PKFONTS et al. path values, we'll
         wind up searching all the pk directories.  We put $MAKETEX_MODE
         in the path values in the first place so that sites with two
         different devices with the same resolution can find the right
         fonts; but such sites are uncommon, so they shouldn't make
         things harder for everyone else.  */
      if (mode && STREQ (mode, DIR_SEP_STRING))
        {
          xputenv ("MAKETEX_MODE", "");
          unset_mode = true;
        }
      args = arg_spec ? kpse_var_expand (arg_spec) : (string) "";
      if (unset_mode)
        xputenv ("MAKETEX_MODE", DIR_SEP_STRING);
      
      /* The command is the program name plus the arguments.  */
      cmd = concatn (prog, " ", base, " ", args, NULL);

      if (spec.program_enabled_p)
        {
          /* Only way to discard errors is redirect stderr inside another
             shell; otherwise, if the MakeTeX... script doesn't exist, we
             will see the `sh: MakeTeX...: not found' error.  No point in
             doing this if we're not actually going to run anything.  */
          if (kpse_make_tex_discard_errors)
            {
              string old_cmd = cmd;
              cmd = concat3 ("sh -c \"", cmd, "\" 2>/dev/null");
              free (old_cmd);
            }

          ret = maketex (format, cmd);
        }
      else
        misstex (format, cmd);

      free (PROG);
      free (cmd);
      if (*args)
        free (args);
    }  

  return ret;
}

#ifdef TEST

void
test_make_tex (kpse_file_format_type fmt, const_string base)
{
  string answer;
  
  printf ("\nAttempting %s in format %d:\n", base, fmt);

  answer = kpse_make_tex (fmt, base);
  puts (answer ? answer : "(null)");
}


int
main ()
{
  xputenv ("KPATHSEA_DPI", "781"); /* call MakeTeXPK */
  xputenv ("MAKETEX_BASE_DPI", "300"); /* call MakeTeXPK */
  KPSE_MAKE_SPEC_ENABLED (kpse_make_specs[kpse_pk_format]) = true;
  test_make_tex (kpse_pk_format, "cmr10");

  /* Fail with MakeTeXTFM.  */
  KPSE_MAKE_SPEC_ENABLED (kpse_make_specs[kpse_tfm_format]) = true;
  test_make_tex (kpse_tfm_format, "foozler99");
  
  /* Call something disabled.  */
  test_make_tex (kpse_bst_format, "no-way");
  
  return 0;
}

#endif /* TEST */


/*
Local variables:
test-compile-command: "gcc -g -I. -I.. -DTEST tex-make.c kpathsea.a"
End:
*/