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%{
#include "wisebase.h"

#ifndef MAXPATHLEN
#define MAXPATHLEN  1024
#endif

#ifdef FILE_DEBUG
#define fclose myfclose
#endif

  /* define here for the moment, as we always compile 
     with it */

#define NOERROR

#ifdef NOERROR
#define ERRORSTR "No error available"
#else
#define ERRORSTR strerror(errno)
#endif

%}



api
func openfile
endapi

%{
#include "wisefile.h"


#ifdef UNIX
static boolean isvms = FALSE;
#else
static boolean  isvms= TRUE;
#endif

static char * systemconfigdir=NULL;
static char * personaldir=NULL;
static char * homedir=NULL;
static boolean hasloaded=FALSE;


%func
Programmatically set systemconfigdir to override
any value set (or not) by env.var. WISECONFIGDIR.

Added by arve.
%arg
path path that WISECONFIGDIR is set to
%%
void set_config_dir(char *path) 
{
  if (systemconfigdir != NULL ) {
    ckfree(systemconfigdir);
  }
  systemconfigdir = stringalloc(path);
}


%func
reports the fclose type etc
%%
int myfclose(FILE * ofp)
{
  fprintf(stderr,"Closing %d\n",ofp);
#undef fclose
  fclose(ofp);
  return 1;
}

    
%func
Loads up 'standard' path places
%type internal
%%
void try_to_load(void)
{
  char * runner;
  char buffer[256];
  
  if( hasloaded == TRUE)
    log_full_error(PEDANTIC,0,"Trying to reload configdirs");
  
  
  if( (runner=getenv("WISECONFIGDIR")) != NULL) {
    if( runner[strlen(runner)-1] == '/' ) 
      systemconfigdir=stringalloc(runner);	
    else {
      sprintf(buffer,"%s/",runner);
      systemconfigdir=stringalloc(buffer);
    }
      
  }
  
  if( (runner=getenv("WISEPERSONALDIR")) != NULL) {
    personaldir=stringalloc(runner);
  }

  if( (runner=getenv("HOME")) != NULL) {
    homedir=stringalloc(runner);
  }
  
  hasloaded=TRUE;
}

%func
silly function to provide a boolean wrapper
around remove. 
%%
boolean remove_file(char * filename)
{
  if( remove(filename) == 0)
    return TRUE;
  else	return FALSE;
}

%func
silly function to provide a boolean wrapper
around rename 
%%
boolean move_file(char * from,char * to)
{
  if( rename(from,to) == 0)
    return TRUE;
  else	return FALSE;
}

%func
Appends file onto path in buffer
%type internal
%%
boolean append_file_to_path(char * buffer,int len,const char * file,char * path)
{
  char * runner;

  if( 1+strlen(file)+strlen(path) > len) {
    warn("Unable to expand %s with %s due to lack of buffer space",path,file);
    return FALSE;
  }

  strcpy(buffer,path);
  runner=buffer+strlen(buffer);
	
#ifdef UNIX
  if( *runner != '/') {
    *(runner++)='/';
    *runner='\0';
  }
#endif

  strcat(buffer,file);
  
  return TRUE;
}

%func
sees if filename exists
%%
boolean touchfile(char * filename)
{
  FILE * temp;
  boolean retval;
  
  
  if( filename == NULL ) {
    warn("Tried to touch a NULL filename");
    return FALSE;
  }
  
  if( (temp=openfile(filename,"r")) == NULL) {
    retval=FALSE;
  }
  else	{
    fclose(temp);
    retval=TRUE;
  }
  
  
  return retval;
}

%func
Every file open goes through this.

It opens for reading in the following order 
   .
   WISEPERSONALDIR
   WISECONFIGDIR

For writing it opens in .

Filenames with ~'s are expanded to HOME/filename
%arg
filename filename to open for read/writing
passedprot string representing standard fopen attributes
return open'd filehandle, NULL on error
%%
FILE * openfile(const char * filename,const char * passedprot)
{
  FILE * ifp;
  char buffer[MAXPATHLEN];
  char prot[12]; /* protection string longer than 12 ! */
  boolean shouldreporterror=FALSE;
  
  strncpy(prot,passedprot,12);

  if( *prot == 'R' )  {
    shouldreporterror=TRUE;
    *prot = 'r';
  }
  
  if( *prot == 'W' ){
    shouldreporterror=TRUE;
    *prot = 'w';
  }
  
  if( filename == NULL) {
      if( shouldreporterror ) 
	info("Open for file failed due to NULL filename");
      return NULL;
    }	
  
  if( strcmp(filename,"-") == 0 ) {
    if( *prot == 'r' )
      return stdin;
    else	return stdout;
  }
  
  if( (ifp=fopen(filename,prot)) != NULL) {
#ifdef FILE_DEBUG
    fprintf(stderr,"Succeeded in opening %s. Filehandle is %d\n",filename,ifp);
#endif
    return ifp;
  }
  
  if( shouldreporterror ) {
    info("Direct open for [%s,%s] failed: Error message is %s",filename,prot, ERRORSTR);
  }
  
  
  if( hasloaded == FALSE)
    try_to_load();
  
  if( isvms != TRUE && homedir != NULL && filename[0]== '~' && filename[1] == '/')
    if( append_file_to_path(buffer,MAXPATHLEN,filename+2,homedir) != FALSE )
      {
	/*fprintf(stderr,"Trying to load %s\n",buffer);*/
	if( (ifp=fopen(buffer,prot)) != NULL)
	  return ifp;
	else if( shouldreporterror ) 
	  info("Expanded tilda open for[%s,%s], expanded to %s failed: Error message is %s",filename,prot,buffer, ERRORSTR);
      }


	
  if( strchr(prot,'w') != NULL)
    return NULL;
  
  
  /* next line ABSOLUTELY relies on order of evaluation */
  if( personaldir != NULL && append_file_to_path(buffer,MAXPATHLEN,filename,personaldir) != FALSE && (ifp=fopen(buffer,prot)) != NULL)
    return ifp;
  
  else if ( shouldreporterror )
    log_full_error(INFO,0,"Expanded personal direcotry open for[%s,%s], expanded to %s failed: Error message is %s",filename,prot,buffer,ERRORSTR);
  
  
  /* next line ABSOLUTELY relies on order of evaluation */
  if( systemconfigdir != NULL && append_file_to_path(buffer,MAXPATHLEN,filename,systemconfigdir) != FALSE && (ifp=fopen(buffer,prot)) != NULL)
    return ifp;
  else if ( shouldreporterror )
    log_full_error(INFO,0,"Expanded system directory open for[%s,%s], expanded to %s failed: Error message is %s",filename,prot,buffer, ERRORSTR);
  
  
#ifdef CAREFUL
  if( looks_like_vms(filename) && isvms == FALSE)
    log_full_error(WARNING,0,"Filename %s looks like a VMS "
		   "file to me, and you've compiled as UNIX",filename);
  if( looks_like_unix(filename) && isvms == TRUE)
    log_full_error(WARNING,0,"Filename %s looks like a UNIX "
		   "file to me, and you've compiled as VMS",filename);
#endif
  
  return NULL;
  
}

%func
This function basically mirrors the function in file.c
in HMMer2. You call it as

  fp = Envfile(filename,envname);

  where envname looks like "BLASTDB" etc.

%arg
name r filename to open
envname r environment variable to read from
return a valid file pointer or NULL
%%
FILE * envopenfile(char * filename,char * env)
{
  char * envp;
  char path [512];

  if( filename == NULL || env == NULL ) {
    warn("Passed a NULL filename or environment name into Envfile. Should trap this elsewhere");
    return NULL;
  }

  if( (envp = getenv(env)) == NULL ) {
    /* fail gracefully - somebody might query a number of environment variables */
    return NULL;
  }

  if( strlen(filename) + strlen(envp) < 490 ) {
    warn("Really long filename/environment variables [%s] [%s] Can't cope!",filename,envp);
    return NULL;
  }
  sprintf(path,"%s/%s",filename,envp);

  return fopen(path,"r");
}
  

%}