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/*
 * Minio Go Library for Amazon S3 Compatible Cloud Storage
 * Copyright 2015-2017 Minio, Inc.
 *
 * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
 * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
 * You may obtain a copy of the License at
 *
 *     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
 *
 * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
 * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
 * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
 * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
 * limitations under the License.
 */

package minio

import (
	"context"
	"errors"
	"fmt"
	"net/http"
	"net/url"
	"strings"

	"github.com/minio/minio-go/pkg/s3utils"
)

// ListBuckets list all buckets owned by this authenticated user.
//
// This call requires explicit authentication, no anonymous requests are
// allowed for listing buckets.
//
//   api := client.New(....)
//   for message := range api.ListBuckets() {
//       fmt.Println(message)
//   }
//
func (c Client) ListBuckets() ([]BucketInfo, error) {
	// Execute GET on service.
	resp, err := c.executeMethod(context.Background(), "GET", requestMetadata{contentSHA256Hex: emptySHA256Hex})
	defer closeResponse(resp)
	if err != nil {
		return nil, err
	}
	if resp != nil {
		if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
			return nil, httpRespToErrorResponse(resp, "", "")
		}
	}
	listAllMyBucketsResult := listAllMyBucketsResult{}
	err = xmlDecoder(resp.Body, &listAllMyBucketsResult)
	if err != nil {
		return nil, err
	}
	return listAllMyBucketsResult.Buckets.Bucket, nil
}

/// Bucket Read Operations.

// ListObjectsV2 lists all objects matching the objectPrefix from
// the specified bucket. If recursion is enabled it would list
// all subdirectories and all its contents.
//
// Your input parameters are just bucketName, objectPrefix, recursive
// and a done channel for pro-actively closing the internal go
// routine. If you enable recursive as 'true' this function will
// return back all the objects in a given bucket name and object
// prefix.
//
//   api := client.New(....)
//   // Create a done channel.
//   doneCh := make(chan struct{})
//   defer close(doneCh)
//   // Recursively list all objects in 'mytestbucket'
//   recursive := true
//   for message := range api.ListObjectsV2("mytestbucket", "starthere", recursive, doneCh) {
//       fmt.Println(message)
//   }
//
func (c Client) ListObjectsV2(bucketName, objectPrefix string, recursive bool, doneCh <-chan struct{}) <-chan ObjectInfo {
	// Allocate new list objects channel.
	objectStatCh := make(chan ObjectInfo, 1)
	// Default listing is delimited at "/"
	delimiter := "/"
	if recursive {
		// If recursive we do not delimit.
		delimiter = ""
	}

	// Return object owner information by default
	fetchOwner := true

	// Validate bucket name.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidBucketName(bucketName); err != nil {
		defer close(objectStatCh)
		objectStatCh <- ObjectInfo{
			Err: err,
		}
		return objectStatCh
	}

	// Validate incoming object prefix.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidObjectNamePrefix(objectPrefix); err != nil {
		defer close(objectStatCh)
		objectStatCh <- ObjectInfo{
			Err: err,
		}
		return objectStatCh
	}

	// Initiate list objects goroutine here.
	go func(objectStatCh chan<- ObjectInfo) {
		defer close(objectStatCh)
		// Save continuationToken for next request.
		var continuationToken string
		for {
			// Get list of objects a maximum of 1000 per request.
			result, err := c.listObjectsV2Query(bucketName, objectPrefix, continuationToken, fetchOwner, delimiter, 1000, "")
			if err != nil {
				objectStatCh <- ObjectInfo{
					Err: err,
				}
				return
			}

			// If contents are available loop through and send over channel.
			for _, object := range result.Contents {
				select {
				// Send object content.
				case objectStatCh <- object:
				// If receives done from the caller, return here.
				case <-doneCh:
					return
				}
			}

			// Send all common prefixes if any.
			// NOTE: prefixes are only present if the request is delimited.
			for _, obj := range result.CommonPrefixes {
				select {
				// Send object prefixes.
				case objectStatCh <- ObjectInfo{
					Key:  obj.Prefix,
					Size: 0,
				}:
				// If receives done from the caller, return here.
				case <-doneCh:
					return
				}
			}

			// If continuation token present, save it for next request.
			if result.NextContinuationToken != "" {
				continuationToken = result.NextContinuationToken
			}

			// Listing ends result is not truncated, return right here.
			if !result.IsTruncated {
				return
			}
		}
	}(objectStatCh)
	return objectStatCh
}

// listObjectsV2Query - (List Objects V2) - List some or all (up to 1000) of the objects in a bucket.
//
// You can use the request parameters as selection criteria to return a subset of the objects in a bucket.
// request parameters :-
// ---------
// ?continuation-token - Used to continue iterating over a set of objects
// ?delimiter - A delimiter is a character you use to group keys.
// ?prefix - Limits the response to keys that begin with the specified prefix.
// ?max-keys - Sets the maximum number of keys returned in the response body.
// ?start-after - Specifies the key to start after when listing objects in a bucket.
func (c Client) listObjectsV2Query(bucketName, objectPrefix, continuationToken string, fetchOwner bool, delimiter string, maxkeys int, startAfter string) (ListBucketV2Result, error) {
	// Validate bucket name.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidBucketName(bucketName); err != nil {
		return ListBucketV2Result{}, err
	}
	// Validate object prefix.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidObjectNamePrefix(objectPrefix); err != nil {
		return ListBucketV2Result{}, err
	}
	// Get resources properly escaped and lined up before
	// using them in http request.
	urlValues := make(url.Values)

	// Always set list-type in ListObjects V2
	urlValues.Set("list-type", "2")

	// Set object prefix.
	if objectPrefix != "" {
		urlValues.Set("prefix", objectPrefix)
	}
	// Set continuation token
	if continuationToken != "" {
		urlValues.Set("continuation-token", continuationToken)
	}
	// Set delimiter.
	if delimiter != "" {
		urlValues.Set("delimiter", delimiter)
	}

	// Fetch owner when listing
	if fetchOwner {
		urlValues.Set("fetch-owner", "true")
	}

	// maxkeys should default to 1000 or less.
	if maxkeys == 0 || maxkeys > 1000 {
		maxkeys = 1000
	}
	// Set max keys.
	urlValues.Set("max-keys", fmt.Sprintf("%d", maxkeys))

	// Set start-after
	if startAfter != "" {
		urlValues.Set("start-after", startAfter)
	}

	// Execute GET on bucket to list objects.
	resp, err := c.executeMethod(context.Background(), "GET", requestMetadata{
		bucketName:       bucketName,
		queryValues:      urlValues,
		contentSHA256Hex: emptySHA256Hex,
	})
	defer closeResponse(resp)
	if err != nil {
		return ListBucketV2Result{}, err
	}
	if resp != nil {
		if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
			return ListBucketV2Result{}, httpRespToErrorResponse(resp, bucketName, "")
		}
	}

	// Decode listBuckets XML.
	listBucketResult := ListBucketV2Result{}
	if err = xmlDecoder(resp.Body, &listBucketResult); err != nil {
		return listBucketResult, err
	}

	// This is an additional verification check to make
	// sure proper responses are received.
	if listBucketResult.IsTruncated && listBucketResult.NextContinuationToken == "" {
		return listBucketResult, errors.New("Truncated response should have continuation token set")
	}

	// Success.
	return listBucketResult, nil
}

// ListObjects - (List Objects) - List some objects or all recursively.
//
// ListObjects lists all objects matching the objectPrefix from
// the specified bucket. If recursion is enabled it would list
// all subdirectories and all its contents.
//
// Your input parameters are just bucketName, objectPrefix, recursive
// and a done channel for pro-actively closing the internal go
// routine. If you enable recursive as 'true' this function will
// return back all the objects in a given bucket name and object
// prefix.
//
//   api := client.New(....)
//   // Create a done channel.
//   doneCh := make(chan struct{})
//   defer close(doneCh)
//   // Recurively list all objects in 'mytestbucket'
//   recursive := true
//   for message := range api.ListObjects("mytestbucket", "starthere", recursive, doneCh) {
//       fmt.Println(message)
//   }
//
func (c Client) ListObjects(bucketName, objectPrefix string, recursive bool, doneCh <-chan struct{}) <-chan ObjectInfo {
	// Allocate new list objects channel.
	objectStatCh := make(chan ObjectInfo, 1)
	// Default listing is delimited at "/"
	delimiter := "/"
	if recursive {
		// If recursive we do not delimit.
		delimiter = ""
	}
	// Validate bucket name.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidBucketName(bucketName); err != nil {
		defer close(objectStatCh)
		objectStatCh <- ObjectInfo{
			Err: err,
		}
		return objectStatCh
	}
	// Validate incoming object prefix.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidObjectNamePrefix(objectPrefix); err != nil {
		defer close(objectStatCh)
		objectStatCh <- ObjectInfo{
			Err: err,
		}
		return objectStatCh
	}

	// Initiate list objects goroutine here.
	go func(objectStatCh chan<- ObjectInfo) {
		defer close(objectStatCh)
		// Save marker for next request.
		var marker string
		for {
			// Get list of objects a maximum of 1000 per request.
			result, err := c.listObjectsQuery(bucketName, objectPrefix, marker, delimiter, 1000)
			if err != nil {
				objectStatCh <- ObjectInfo{
					Err: err,
				}
				return
			}

			// If contents are available loop through and send over channel.
			for _, object := range result.Contents {
				// Save the marker.
				marker = object.Key
				select {
				// Send object content.
				case objectStatCh <- object:
				// If receives done from the caller, return here.
				case <-doneCh:
					return
				}
			}

			// Send all common prefixes if any.
			// NOTE: prefixes are only present if the request is delimited.
			for _, obj := range result.CommonPrefixes {
				object := ObjectInfo{}
				object.Key = obj.Prefix
				object.Size = 0
				select {
				// Send object prefixes.
				case objectStatCh <- object:
				// If receives done from the caller, return here.
				case <-doneCh:
					return
				}
			}

			// If next marker present, save it for next request.
			if result.NextMarker != "" {
				marker = result.NextMarker
			}

			// Listing ends result is not truncated, return right here.
			if !result.IsTruncated {
				return
			}
		}
	}(objectStatCh)
	return objectStatCh
}

// listObjects - (List Objects) - List some or all (up to 1000) of the objects in a bucket.
//
// You can use the request parameters as selection criteria to return a subset of the objects in a bucket.
// request parameters :-
// ---------
// ?marker - Specifies the key to start with when listing objects in a bucket.
// ?delimiter - A delimiter is a character you use to group keys.
// ?prefix - Limits the response to keys that begin with the specified prefix.
// ?max-keys - Sets the maximum number of keys returned in the response body.
func (c Client) listObjectsQuery(bucketName, objectPrefix, objectMarker, delimiter string, maxkeys int) (ListBucketResult, error) {
	// Validate bucket name.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidBucketName(bucketName); err != nil {
		return ListBucketResult{}, err
	}
	// Validate object prefix.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidObjectNamePrefix(objectPrefix); err != nil {
		return ListBucketResult{}, err
	}
	// Get resources properly escaped and lined up before
	// using them in http request.
	urlValues := make(url.Values)
	// Set object prefix.
	if objectPrefix != "" {
		urlValues.Set("prefix", objectPrefix)
	}
	// Set object marker.
	if objectMarker != "" {
		urlValues.Set("marker", objectMarker)
	}
	// Set delimiter.
	if delimiter != "" {
		urlValues.Set("delimiter", delimiter)
	}

	// maxkeys should default to 1000 or less.
	if maxkeys == 0 || maxkeys > 1000 {
		maxkeys = 1000
	}
	// Set max keys.
	urlValues.Set("max-keys", fmt.Sprintf("%d", maxkeys))

	// Execute GET on bucket to list objects.
	resp, err := c.executeMethod(context.Background(), "GET", requestMetadata{
		bucketName:       bucketName,
		queryValues:      urlValues,
		contentSHA256Hex: emptySHA256Hex,
	})
	defer closeResponse(resp)
	if err != nil {
		return ListBucketResult{}, err
	}
	if resp != nil {
		if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
			return ListBucketResult{}, httpRespToErrorResponse(resp, bucketName, "")
		}
	}
	// Decode listBuckets XML.
	listBucketResult := ListBucketResult{}
	err = xmlDecoder(resp.Body, &listBucketResult)
	if err != nil {
		return listBucketResult, err
	}
	return listBucketResult, nil
}

// ListIncompleteUploads - List incompletely uploaded multipart objects.
//
// ListIncompleteUploads lists all incompleted objects matching the
// objectPrefix from the specified bucket. If recursion is enabled
// it would list all subdirectories and all its contents.
//
// Your input parameters are just bucketName, objectPrefix, recursive
// and a done channel to pro-actively close the internal go routine.
// If you enable recursive as 'true' this function will return back all
// the multipart objects in a given bucket name.
//
//   api := client.New(....)
//   // Create a done channel.
//   doneCh := make(chan struct{})
//   defer close(doneCh)
//   // Recurively list all objects in 'mytestbucket'
//   recursive := true
//   for message := range api.ListIncompleteUploads("mytestbucket", "starthere", recursive) {
//       fmt.Println(message)
//   }
//
func (c Client) ListIncompleteUploads(bucketName, objectPrefix string, recursive bool, doneCh <-chan struct{}) <-chan ObjectMultipartInfo {
	// Turn on size aggregation of individual parts.
	isAggregateSize := true
	return c.listIncompleteUploads(bucketName, objectPrefix, recursive, isAggregateSize, doneCh)
}

// listIncompleteUploads lists all incomplete uploads.
func (c Client) listIncompleteUploads(bucketName, objectPrefix string, recursive, aggregateSize bool, doneCh <-chan struct{}) <-chan ObjectMultipartInfo {
	// Allocate channel for multipart uploads.
	objectMultipartStatCh := make(chan ObjectMultipartInfo, 1)
	// Delimiter is set to "/" by default.
	delimiter := "/"
	if recursive {
		// If recursive do not delimit.
		delimiter = ""
	}
	// Validate bucket name.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidBucketName(bucketName); err != nil {
		defer close(objectMultipartStatCh)
		objectMultipartStatCh <- ObjectMultipartInfo{
			Err: err,
		}
		return objectMultipartStatCh
	}
	// Validate incoming object prefix.
	if err := s3utils.CheckValidObjectNamePrefix(objectPrefix); err != nil {
		defer close(objectMultipartStatCh)
		objectMultipartStatCh <- ObjectMultipartInfo{
			Err: err,
		}
		return objectMultipartStatCh
	}
	go func(objectMultipartStatCh chan<- ObjectMultipartInfo) {
		defer close(objectMultipartStatCh)
		// object and upload ID marker for future requests.
		var objectMarker string
		var uploadIDMarker string
		for {
			// list all multipart uploads.
			result, err := c.listMultipartUploadsQuery(bucketName, objectMarker, uploadIDMarker, objectPrefix, delimiter, 1000)
			if err != nil {
				objectMultipartStatCh <- ObjectMultipartInfo{
					Err: err,
				}
				return
			}
			// Save objectMarker and uploadIDMarker for next request.
			objectMarker = result.NextKeyMarker
			uploadIDMarker = result.NextUploadIDMarker
			// Send all multipart uploads.
			for _, obj := range result.Uploads {
				// Calculate total size of the uploaded parts if 'aggregateSize' is enabled.
				if aggregateSize {
					// Get total multipart size.
					obj.Size, err = c.getTotalMultipartSize(bucketName, obj.Key, obj.UploadID)
					if err != nil {
						objectMultipartStatCh <- ObjectMultipartInfo{
							Err: err,
						}
						continue
					}
				}
				select {
				// Send individual uploads here.
				case objectMultipartStatCh <- obj:
				// If done channel return here.
				case <-doneCh:
					return
				}
			}
			// Send all common prefixes if any.
			// NOTE: prefixes are only present if the request is delimited.
			for _, obj := range result.CommonPrefixes {
				object := ObjectMultipartInfo{}
				object.Key = obj.Prefix
				object.Size = 0
				select {
				// Send delimited prefixes here.
				case objectMultipartStatCh <- object:
				// If done channel return here.
				case <-doneCh:
					return
				}
			}
			// Listing ends if result not truncated, return right here.
			if !result.IsTruncated {
				return
			}
		}
	}(objectMultipartStatCh)
	// return.
	return objectMultipartStatCh
}

// listMultipartUploads - (List Multipart Uploads).
//   - Lists some or all (up to 1000) in-progress multipart uploads in a bucket.
//
// You can use the request parameters as selection criteria to return a subset of the uploads in a bucket.
// request parameters. :-
// ---------
// ?key-marker - Specifies the multipart upload after which listing should begin.
// ?upload-id-marker - Together with key-marker specifies the multipart upload after which listing should begin.
// ?delimiter - A delimiter is a character you use to group keys.
// ?prefix - Limits the response to keys that begin with the specified prefix.
// ?max-uploads - Sets the maximum number of multipart uploads returned in the response body.
func (c Client) listMultipartUploadsQuery(bucketName, keyMarker, uploadIDMarker, prefix, delimiter string, maxUploads int) (ListMultipartUploadsResult, error) {
	// Get resources properly escaped and lined up before using them in http request.
	urlValues := make(url.Values)
	// Set uploads.
	urlValues.Set("uploads", "")
	// Set object key marker.
	if keyMarker != "" {
		urlValues.Set("key-marker", keyMarker)
	}
	// Set upload id marker.
	if uploadIDMarker != "" {
		urlValues.Set("upload-id-marker", uploadIDMarker)
	}
	// Set prefix marker.
	if prefix != "" {
		urlValues.Set("prefix", prefix)
	}
	// Set delimiter.
	if delimiter != "" {
		urlValues.Set("delimiter", delimiter)
	}

	// maxUploads should be 1000 or less.
	if maxUploads == 0 || maxUploads > 1000 {
		maxUploads = 1000
	}
	// Set max-uploads.
	urlValues.Set("max-uploads", fmt.Sprintf("%d", maxUploads))

	// Execute GET on bucketName to list multipart uploads.
	resp, err := c.executeMethod(context.Background(), "GET", requestMetadata{
		bucketName:       bucketName,
		queryValues:      urlValues,
		contentSHA256Hex: emptySHA256Hex,
	})
	defer closeResponse(resp)
	if err != nil {
		return ListMultipartUploadsResult{}, err
	}
	if resp != nil {
		if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
			return ListMultipartUploadsResult{}, httpRespToErrorResponse(resp, bucketName, "")
		}
	}
	// Decode response body.
	listMultipartUploadsResult := ListMultipartUploadsResult{}
	err = xmlDecoder(resp.Body, &listMultipartUploadsResult)
	if err != nil {
		return listMultipartUploadsResult, err
	}
	return listMultipartUploadsResult, nil
}

// listObjectParts list all object parts recursively.
func (c Client) listObjectParts(bucketName, objectName, uploadID string) (partsInfo map[int]ObjectPart, err error) {
	// Part number marker for the next batch of request.
	var nextPartNumberMarker int
	partsInfo = make(map[int]ObjectPart)
	for {
		// Get list of uploaded parts a maximum of 1000 per request.
		listObjPartsResult, err := c.listObjectPartsQuery(bucketName, objectName, uploadID, nextPartNumberMarker, 1000)
		if err != nil {
			return nil, err
		}
		// Append to parts info.
		for _, part := range listObjPartsResult.ObjectParts {
			// Trim off the odd double quotes from ETag in the beginning and end.
			part.ETag = strings.TrimPrefix(part.ETag, "\"")
			part.ETag = strings.TrimSuffix(part.ETag, "\"")
			partsInfo[part.PartNumber] = part
		}
		// Keep part number marker, for the next iteration.
		nextPartNumberMarker = listObjPartsResult.NextPartNumberMarker
		// Listing ends result is not truncated, return right here.
		if !listObjPartsResult.IsTruncated {
			break
		}
	}

	// Return all the parts.
	return partsInfo, nil
}

// findUploadIDs lists all incomplete uploads and find the uploadIDs of the matching object name.
func (c Client) findUploadIDs(bucketName, objectName string) ([]string, error) {
	var uploadIDs []string
	// Make list incomplete uploads recursive.
	isRecursive := true
	// Turn off size aggregation of individual parts, in this request.
	isAggregateSize := false
	// Create done channel to cleanup the routine.
	doneCh := make(chan struct{})
	defer close(doneCh)
	// List all incomplete uploads.
	for mpUpload := range c.listIncompleteUploads(bucketName, objectName, isRecursive, isAggregateSize, doneCh) {
		if mpUpload.Err != nil {
			return nil, mpUpload.Err
		}
		if objectName == mpUpload.Key {
			uploadIDs = append(uploadIDs, mpUpload.UploadID)
		}
	}
	// Return the latest upload id.
	return uploadIDs, nil
}

// getTotalMultipartSize - calculate total uploaded size for the a given multipart object.
func (c Client) getTotalMultipartSize(bucketName, objectName, uploadID string) (size int64, err error) {
	// Iterate over all parts and aggregate the size.
	partsInfo, err := c.listObjectParts(bucketName, objectName, uploadID)
	if err != nil {
		return 0, err
	}
	for _, partInfo := range partsInfo {
		size += partInfo.Size
	}
	return size, nil
}

// listObjectPartsQuery (List Parts query)
//     - lists some or all (up to 1000) parts that have been uploaded
//     for a specific multipart upload
//
// You can use the request parameters as selection criteria to return
// a subset of the uploads in a bucket, request parameters :-
// ---------
// ?part-number-marker - Specifies the part after which listing should
// begin.
// ?max-parts - Maximum parts to be listed per request.
func (c Client) listObjectPartsQuery(bucketName, objectName, uploadID string, partNumberMarker, maxParts int) (ListObjectPartsResult, error) {
	// Get resources properly escaped and lined up before using them in http request.
	urlValues := make(url.Values)
	// Set part number marker.
	urlValues.Set("part-number-marker", fmt.Sprintf("%d", partNumberMarker))
	// Set upload id.
	urlValues.Set("uploadId", uploadID)

	// maxParts should be 1000 or less.
	if maxParts == 0 || maxParts > 1000 {
		maxParts = 1000
	}
	// Set max parts.
	urlValues.Set("max-parts", fmt.Sprintf("%d", maxParts))

	// Execute GET on objectName to get list of parts.
	resp, err := c.executeMethod(context.Background(), "GET", requestMetadata{
		bucketName:       bucketName,
		objectName:       objectName,
		queryValues:      urlValues,
		contentSHA256Hex: emptySHA256Hex,
	})
	defer closeResponse(resp)
	if err != nil {
		return ListObjectPartsResult{}, err
	}
	if resp != nil {
		if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
			return ListObjectPartsResult{}, httpRespToErrorResponse(resp, bucketName, objectName)
		}
	}
	// Decode list object parts XML.
	listObjectPartsResult := ListObjectPartsResult{}
	err = xmlDecoder(resp.Body, &listObjectPartsResult)
	if err != nil {
		return listObjectPartsResult, err
	}
	return listObjectPartsResult, nil
}