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#########################################################################
#
# mairix - message index builder and finder for maildir folders.
#
# Copyright (C) Richard P. Curnow  2002-2004,2006
# Copyright (C) Jonathan Kamens 2010
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as
# published by the Free Software Foundation.
#
# 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.,
# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
#
# =======================================================================

%{
#include "from.h"
%}


# Define tokens
# CR : \n
# DIGIT : [0-9]
# AT : @
# COLON : :
# WHITE : ' ', \t
# LOWER : [a-z]
# UPPER : [A-Z]
# PLUSMINUS : [+-]
# OTHER_EMAIL : other stuff valid in the LHS of an address
# DOMAIN : stuff valid in the RHS of an address

Abbrev LF = [\n]
Abbrev CR = [\r]
Abbrev DIGIT = [0-9]
Abbrev PERIOD = [.]
Abbrev AT = [@]
Abbrev LOWER = [a-z]
Abbrev UPPER = [A-Z]
Abbrev COLON = [:]
Abbrev WHITE = [ \t]
Abbrev PLUSMINUS = [+\-]
# Explained clearly at
# http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-mail_address#RFC_specification
Abbrev OTHER_EMAIL = [.!#$%&'*/=?^_`{|}~]
Abbrev LT = [<]
Abbrev GT = [>]
Abbrev EMAIL = LOWER | UPPER | DIGIT | PLUSMINUS | OTHER_EMAIL
Abbrev OTHER_DOMAIN = [\-_.]
Abbrev DOMAIN = LOWER | UPPER | DIGIT | OTHER_DOMAIN
Abbrev DQUOTE = ["]
Abbrev OTHER_QUOTED = [@:<>]
Abbrev LEFTSQUARE = [[]
Abbrev RIGHTSQUARE = [\]]

BLOCK email {
    STATE in
        EMAIL -> in, before_at
        DQUOTE -> quoted_before_at
        AT -> domain_route

    STATE domain_route
        DOMAIN -> domain_route
        COLON -> in

    STATE quoted_before_at
        EMAIL | WHITE | OTHER_QUOTED -> quoted_before_at
        DQUOTE -> before_at

    STATE before_at
        EMAIL -> before_at
        DQUOTE -> quoted_before_at
        # Local part only : >=1 characters will suffice, which we've already
        # matched.
        -> out
        AT -> start_of_domain

    STATE start_of_domain
        LEFTSQUARE -> dotted_quad
        DOMAIN -> after_at

    STATE dotted_quad
        DIGIT | PERIOD -> dotted_quad
        RIGHTSQUARE -> out

    STATE after_at
        DOMAIN -> after_at, out

}

BLOCK angled_email {
    STATE in
        LT -> in_angles

    STATE in_angles
        <email:in->out> -> before_gt

    STATE before_gt
        GT -> out
}

BLOCK zone {
    # Make this pretty lenient
    STATE in
        UPPER -> zone2
        UPPER -> out
        PLUSMINUS -> zone2

    STATE zone2
        UPPER | LOWER -> zone2, out
        DIGIT         -> zone2, out
}

BLOCK date {
    STATE in
        WHITE -> in, before_weekday

    STATE before_weekday
        UPPER ; LOWER ; LOWER ; WHITE -> after_weekday

    STATE after_weekday
        WHITE -> after_weekday
        UPPER ; LOWER ; LOWER ; WHITE -> after_month

    STATE after_month
        WHITE -> after_month
        DIGIT ; WHITE -> after_day
        DIGIT ; DIGIT ; WHITE -> after_day

    STATE after_day
        WHITE -> after_day
        # Accept HH:MM:SS
        DIGIT ; DIGIT ; COLON ; DIGIT ; DIGIT ; COLON ; DIGIT ; DIGIT ; WHITE -> after_time
        # Accept HH:MM
        DIGIT ; DIGIT ; COLON ; DIGIT ; DIGIT ; WHITE -> after_time

    # Allow either 1 or 2 words of timezone
    STATE after_time
        WHITE -> after_time
        -> after_timezone
        <zone:in->out> ; WHITE -> after_timezone
        <zone:in->out> ; WHITE -> after_timezone_1

        # It appears that Pine puts the timezone after the year
        DIGIT ; DIGIT ; DIGIT ; DIGIT -> after_year_before_zone

    STATE after_year_before_zone
        WHITE -> after_year_before_zone
        <zone:in->out> -> after_timezone_after_year
        <zone:in->out> ; WHITE -> after_timezone_after_year_1

    STATE after_timezone_after_year_1
        WHITE -> after_timezone_after_year_1
        <zone:in->out> -> after_timezone_after_year

    STATE after_timezone_after_year
        WHITE -> after_timezone_after_year
        -> out

    STATE after_timezone_1
        WHITE -> after_timezone_1
        <zone:in->out> ; WHITE -> after_timezone

    STATE after_timezone
        WHITE -> after_timezone
        DIGIT ; DIGIT ; DIGIT ; DIGIT -> after_year

    STATE after_year
        WHITE -> after_year
        -> out

}

# Assume the earlier code has identified the '\nFrom ' sequence,
# and the validator starts scanning from the character beyond the space

BLOCK main {

    STATE in
        # Real return address.
        WHITE -> in
        <email:in->out> -> before_date
        <angled_email:in->out> -> before_date

        # Cope with Mozilla mbox folder format which just uses a '-' as
        # the return address field.
        PLUSMINUS       -> before_date

        # Empty return address
                        -> before_date

    STATE before_date
        <date:in->out> ; LF = FROMCHECK_PASS

        # Cope with mozilla mbox format
        <date:in->out> ; CR ; LF = FROMCHECK_PASS

    # Mention this state last : the last mentioned state in the last defined
    # block becomes the entry state of the scanner.

    STATE in

}

ATTR FROMCHECK_PASS
ATTR FROMCHECK_FAIL
DEFATTR FROMCHECK_FAIL
PREFIX fromcheck
TYPE "enum fromcheck_result"

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