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parser.c File Reference

GIS Library - Argument parsing functions. More...

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <grass/gis.h>
#include <grass/spawn.h>
#include <grass/glocale.h>
#include "parser_local_proto.h"
Include dependency graph for parser.c:

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Macros

#define KEYLENGTH   64
 
#define MAX_MATCHES   50
 

Enumerations

enum  opt_error {
  BAD_SYNTAX = 1, OUT_OF_RANGE = 2, MISSING_VALUE = 3, AMBIGUOUS = 4,
  REPLACED = 5
}
 

Functions

void G_disable_interactive (void)
 Disables the ability of the parser to operate interactively. More...
 
struct FlagG_define_flag (void)
 Initializes a Flag struct. More...
 
struct OptionG_define_option (void)
 Initializes an Option struct. More...
 
struct GModuleG_define_module (void)
 Initializes a new module. More...
 
int G_parser (int argc, char **argv)
 Parse command line. More...
 
char * recreate_command (int original_path)
 Creates command to run non-interactive. More...
 
char * G_recreate_command (void)
 Creates command to run non-interactive. More...
 
char * G_recreate_command_original_path (void)
 Creates command to run non-interactive. More...
 
void G_add_keyword (const char *keyword)
 Add keyword to the list. More...
 
void G_set_keywords (const char *keywords)
 Set keywords from the string. More...
 
int G__uses_new_gisprompt (void)
 
void G__print_keywords (FILE *fd, void(*format)(FILE *, const char *))
 Print list of keywords (internal use only) More...
 
int G_get_overwrite ()
 Get overwrite value. More...
 
char * G_option_to_separator (const struct Option *option)
 Get separator string from the option. More...
 
FILE * G_open_option_file (const struct Option *option)
 Get an input/output file pointer from the option. If the file name is omitted or '-', it returns either stdin or stdout based on the gisprompt. More...
 
void G_close_option_file (FILE *fp)
 Close an input/output file returned by G_open_option_file(). If the file pointer is stdin, stdout, or stderr, nothing happens. More...
 

Variables

struct state state
 
struct statest = &state
 

Detailed Description

GIS Library - Argument parsing functions.

Parses the command line provided through argc and argv. Example: Assume the previous calls:

opt1 = G_define_option() ;
opt1->key = "map",
opt1->type = TYPE_STRING,
opt1->required = YES,
opt1->checker = sub,
opt1->description= "Name of an existing raster map" ;
opt2 = G_define_option() ;
opt2->key = "color",
opt2->type = TYPE_STRING,
opt2->required = NO,
opt2->answer = "white",
opt2->options = "red,orange,blue,white,black",
opt2->description= "Color used to display the map" ;
opt3 = G_define_option() ;
opt3->key = "number",
opt3->type = TYPE_DOUBLE,
opt3->required = NO,
opt3->answer = "12345.67",
opt3->options = "0-99999",
opt3->description= "Number to test parser" ;

G_parser() will respond to the following command lines as described:

command      (No command line arguments)

Parser enters interactive mode.

command map=map.name

Parser will accept this line. Map will be set to "map.name", the 'a' and 'b' flags will remain off and the num option will be set to the default of 5.

command -ab map=map.name num=9
command -a -b map=map.name num=9
command -ab map.name num=9
command map.name num=9 -ab
command num=9 -a map=map.name -b

These are all treated as acceptable and identical. Both flags are set to on, the map option is "map.name" and the num option is "9". Note that the "map=" may be omitted from the command line if it is part of the first option (flags do not count).

command num=12

This command line is in error in two ways. The user will be told that the "map" option is required and also that the number 12 is out of range. The acceptable range (or list) will be printed.

Overview table: Parser standard options

(C) 2001-2015 by the GRASS Development Team

This program is free software under the GNU General Public License (>=v2). Read the file COPYING that comes with GRASS for details.

Author
Original author CERL
Soeren Gebbert added Dec. 2009 WPS process_description document

Definition in file parser.c.

Macro Definition Documentation

#define KEYLENGTH   64

Definition at line 97 of file parser.c.

Referenced by G__uses_new_gisprompt().

#define MAX_MATCHES   50

Definition at line 99 of file parser.c.

Enumeration Type Documentation

enum opt_error
Enumerator
BAD_SYNTAX 
OUT_OF_RANGE 
MISSING_VALUE 
AMBIGUOUS 
REPLACED 

Definition at line 89 of file parser.c.

Function Documentation

void G__print_keywords ( FILE *  fd,
void(*)(FILE *, const char *)  format 
)

Print list of keywords (internal use only)

If format function is NULL than list of keywords is printed comma-separated.

Parameters
[out]fdfile where to print
formatpointer to print function

Definition at line 890 of file parser.c.

References st.

Referenced by G__script(), G__usage_html(), G__usage_rest(), and G__usage_xml().

int G__uses_new_gisprompt ( void  )
void G_add_keyword ( const char *  keyword)

Add keyword to the list.

Parameters
keywordkeyword string

Definition at line 830 of file parser.c.

References G_store(), and st.

void G_close_option_file ( FILE *  fp)

Close an input/output file returned by G_open_option_file(). If the file pointer is stdin, stdout, or stderr, nothing happens.

Parameters
filepointer

Definition at line 1800 of file parser.c.

References fclose().

struct Flag* G_define_flag ( void  )

Initializes a Flag struct.

Allocates memory for the Flag structure and returns a pointer to this memory.

Flags are always represented by single letters. A user "turns them on" at the command line using a minus sign followed by the character representing the flag.

Returns
Pointer to a Flag struct

Definition at line 156 of file parser.c.

References G_zero(), NULL, and st.

Referenced by G_define_standard_flag().

struct GModule* G_define_module ( void  )

Initializes a new module.

Returns
pointer to a GModule struct

Definition at line 255 of file parser.c.

References G_zero(), and st.

struct Option* G_define_option ( void  )

Initializes an Option struct.

Allocates memory for the Option structure and returns a pointer to this memory.

Options are provided by user on command line using the standard format: key=value. Options identified as REQUIRED must be specified by user on command line. The option string can either specify a range of values (e.g. "10-100") or a list of acceptable values (e.g. "red,orange,yellow"). Unless the option string is NULL, user provided input will be evaluated against this string.

Returns
pointer to an Option struct

Definition at line 210 of file parser.c.

References G_zero(), Option::multiple, NO, Option::required, and st.

Referenced by G_define_standard_option(), M_define_option(), N_define_standard_option(), and Rast3d_set_window_params().

void G_disable_interactive ( void  )

Disables the ability of the parser to operate interactively.

When a user calls a command with no arguments on the command line, the parser will enter its own standardized interactive session in which all flags and options are presented to the user for input. A call to G_disable_interactive() disables the parser's interactive prompting.

Definition at line 139 of file parser.c.

References st.

int G_get_overwrite ( )

Get overwrite value.

Returns
1 overwrite enabled
0 overwrite disabled

Definition at line 914 of file parser.c.

References st.

Referenced by V1_open_new_ogr(), and V1_open_new_pg().

FILE* G_open_option_file ( const struct Option option)

Get an input/output file pointer from the option. If the file name is omitted or '-', it returns either stdin or stdout based on the gisprompt.

Calls G_fatal_error() on error. File pointer can be later closed by G_close_option_file().

FILE *fp_input;
FILE *fp_output;
struct Option *opt_input;
struct Option *opt_output;
if (G_parser(argc, argv))
exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
fp_input = G_open_option_file(opt_input);
fp_output = G_open_option_file(opt_output);
...
G_close_option_file(fp_input);
Parameters
optionpointer to a file option
Returns
file pointer

Definition at line 1763 of file parser.c.

References _, Option::answer, G_fatal_error(), Option::gisprompt, Option::key, Option::multiple, and NULL.

char* G_option_to_separator ( const struct Option option)

Get separator string from the option.

Calls G_fatal_error() on error. Allocated string can be later freed by G_free().

char *fs;
struct Option *opt_fs;
if (G_parser(argc, argv))
exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
fs = G_option_to_separator(opt_fs);
Parameters
optionpointer to separator option
Returns
allocated string with separator

Definition at line 1701 of file parser.c.

References _, Option::answer, G_debug(), G_fatal_error(), G_store(), Option::gisprompt, Option::key, and NULL.

int G_parser ( int  argc,
char **  argv 
)

Parse command line.

The command line parameters argv and the number of parameters argc from the main() routine are passed directly to G_parser(). G_parser() accepts the command line input entered by the user, and parses this input according to the input options and/or flags that were defined by the programmer.

Note: The only functions which can legitimately be called before G_parser() are:

The usual order a module calls functions is:

  1. G_gisinit()
  2. G_define_module()
  3. G_define_standard_flag()
  4. G_define_standard_option()
  5. G_define_flag()
  6. G_define_option()
  7. G_option_exclusive()
  8. G_option_required()
  9. G_option_requires()
  10. G_option_requires_all()
  11. G_option_excludes()
  12. G_option_collective()
  13. G_parser()
Parameters
argcnumber of arguments
argvargument list
Returns
0 on success
-1 on error and calls G_usage()

Definition at line 320 of file parser.c.

References _, Option::answer, Option::answers, buff, Option::def, Option::descriptions, Option::descs, err(), FALSE, G__check_option_rules(), G__has_required_rule(), G__script(), G__usage_html(), G__usage_rest(), G__usage_text(), G__usage_xml(), G__wps_print_process_description(), G_asprintf(), G_basename(), G_chop(), G_fatal_error(), G_free_tokens(), G_getenv_nofatal(), G_is_dirsep(), G_store(), G_strcasecmp(), G_suppress_warnings(), G_tokenize(), G_usage(), G_verbose(), G_verbose_max(), G_verbose_min(), G_verbose_std(), G_warning(), Option::key, Option::multiple, Option::next_opt, NULL, Option::options, Option::opts, Option::required, st, and TRUE.

char* G_recreate_command ( void  )

Creates command to run non-interactive.

Creates a command-line that runs the current command completely non-interactive.

Returns
pointer to a char string

Definition at line 802 of file parser.c.

References FALSE, and recreate_command().

Referenced by D_open_driver(), Rast_command_history(), and Vect_hist_command().

char* G_recreate_command_original_path ( void  )

Creates command to run non-interactive.

Creates a command-line that runs the current command completely non-interactive.

This gives the same as G_recreate_command() but the original path from the command line is used instead of the module name only.

Returns
pointer to a char string

Definition at line 820 of file parser.c.

References recreate_command(), and TRUE.

void G_set_keywords ( const char *  keywords)

Set keywords from the string.

Parameters
keywordskeywords separated by commas

Definition at line 846 of file parser.c.

References G_number_of_tokens(), G_tokenize(), and st.

char* recreate_command ( int  original_path)

Creates command to run non-interactive.

Creates a command-line that runs the current command completely non-interactive.

Parameters
original_pathTRUE if original path should be used, FALSE for stripped and clean name of the module
Returns
pointer to a char string

Definition at line 645 of file parser.c.

References Option::answer, Flag::answer, Option::answers, buff, G_debug(), G_original_program_name(), G_program_name(), G_verbose_max(), G_verbose_std(), Option::key, Flag::key, Flag::next_flag, Option::next_opt, st, Option::type, and TYPE_STRING.

Referenced by G_recreate_command(), and G_recreate_command_original_path().

Variable Documentation

struct state state

Definition at line 102 of file parser.c.

Referenced by db__get_driver_state(), and Vedit_render_map().