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mxml-node.c

/*
 * "$Id: mxml-node.c 22267 2006-04-24 17:11:45Z kpfleming $"
 *
 * Node support code for Mini-XML, a small XML-like file parsing library.
 *
 * Copyright 2003-2005 by Michael Sweet.
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU Library 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.
 *
 * Contents:
 *
 *   mxmlAdd()        - Add a node to a tree.
 *   mxmlDelete()     - Delete a node and all of its children.
 *   mxmlNewElement() - Create a new element node.
 *   mxmlNewInteger() - Create a new integer node.
 *   mxmlNewOpaque()  - Create a new opaque string.
 *   mxmlNewReal()    - Create a new real number node.
 *   mxmlNewText()    - Create a new text fragment node.
 *   mxmlNewTextf()   - Create a new formatted text fragment node.
 *   mxmlRemove()     - Remove a node from its parent.
 *   mxml_new()       - Create a new node.
 */

/*
 * Include necessary headers...
 */

#include "config.h"
#include "mxml.h"


/*
 * Local functions...
 */

static mxml_node_t      *mxml_new(mxml_node_t *parent, mxml_type_t type);


/*
 * 'mxmlAdd()' - Add a node to a tree.
 *
 * Adds the specified node to the parent. If the child argument is not
 * NULL, puts the new node before or after the specified child depending
 * on the value of the where argument. If the child argument is NULL,
 * puts the new node at the beginning of the child list (MXML_ADD_BEFORE)
 * or at the end of the child list (MXML_ADD_AFTER). The constant
 * MXML_ADD_TO_PARENT can be used to specify a NULL child pointer.
 */

void
mxmlAdd(mxml_node_t *parent,        /* I - Parent node */
        int         where,          /* I - Where to add, MXML_ADD_BEFORE or MXML_ADD_AFTER */
        mxml_node_t *child,         /* I - Child node for where or MXML_ADD_TO_PARENT */
      mxml_node_t *node)            /* I - Node to add */
{
#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlAdd(parent=%p, where=%d, child=%p, node=%p)\n", parent,
          where, child, node);
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Range check input...
  */

  if (!parent || !node)
    return;

#if DEBUG > 1
  fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: node->parent=%p\n", node->parent);
  if (parent)
  {
    fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: parent->child=%p\n", parent->child);
    fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: parent->last_child=%p\n", parent->last_child);
    fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: parent->prev=%p\n", parent->prev);
    fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: parent->next=%p\n", parent->next);
  }
#endif /* DEBUG > 1 */

 /*
  * Remove the node from any existing parent...
  */

  if (node->parent)
    mxmlRemove(node);

 /*
  * Reset pointers...
  */

  node->parent = parent;

  switch (where)
  {
    case MXML_ADD_BEFORE :
        if (!child || child == parent->child || child->parent != parent)
      {
       /*
        * Insert as first node under parent...
        */

        node->next = parent->child;

        if (parent->child)
          parent->child->prev = node;
        else
          parent->last_child = node;

        parent->child = node;
      }
      else
      {
       /*
        * Insert node before this child...
        */

        node->next = child;
        node->prev = child->prev;

        if (child->prev)
          child->prev->next = node;
        else
          parent->child = node;

        child->prev = node;
      }
        break;

    case MXML_ADD_AFTER :
        if (!child || child == parent->last_child || child->parent != parent)
      {
       /*
        * Insert as last node under parent...
        */

        node->parent = parent;
        node->prev   = parent->last_child;

        if (parent->last_child)
          parent->last_child->next = node;
        else
          parent->child = node;

        parent->last_child = node;
        }
      else
      {
       /*
        * Insert node after this child...
        */

        node->prev = child;
        node->next = child->next;

        if (child->next)
          child->next->prev = node;
        else
          parent->last_child = node;

        child->next = node;
      }
        break;
  }

#if DEBUG > 1
  fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: node->parent=%p\n", node->parent);
  if (parent)
  {
    fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: parent->child=%p\n", parent->child);
    fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: parent->last_child=%p\n", parent->last_child);
    fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: parent->prev=%p\n", parent->prev);
    fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: parent->next=%p\n", parent->next);
  }
#endif /* DEBUG > 1 */
}


/*
 * 'mxmlDelete()' - Delete a node and all of its children.
 *
 * If the specified node has a parent, this function first removes the
 * node from its parent using the mxmlRemove() function.
 */

void
mxmlDelete(mxml_node_t *node)       /* I - Node to delete */
{
  int i;                      /* Looping var */


#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlDelete(node=%p)\n", node);
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Range check input...
  */

  if (!node)
    return;

 /*
  * Remove the node from its parent, if any...
  */

  mxmlRemove(node);

 /*
  * Delete children...
  */

  while (node->child)
    mxmlDelete(node->child);

 /*
  * Now delete any node data...
  */

  switch (node->type)
  {
    case MXML_ELEMENT :
        if (node->value.element.name)
        free(node->value.element.name);

      if (node->value.element.num_attrs)
      {
        for (i = 0; i < node->value.element.num_attrs; i ++)
        {
          if (node->value.element.attrs[i].name)
            free(node->value.element.attrs[i].name);
          if (node->value.element.attrs[i].value)
            free(node->value.element.attrs[i].value);
        }

          free(node->value.element.attrs);
      }
        break;
    case MXML_INTEGER :
       /* Nothing to do */
        break;
    case MXML_OPAQUE :
        if (node->value.opaque)
        free(node->value.opaque);
        break;
    case MXML_REAL :
       /* Nothing to do */
        break;
    case MXML_TEXT :
        if (node->value.text.string)
        free(node->value.text.string);
        break;
    case MXML_CUSTOM :
        if (node->value.custom.data &&
          node->value.custom.destroy)
        (*(node->value.custom.destroy))(node->value.custom.data);
      break;
  }

 /*
  * Free this node...
  */

  free(node);
}


/*
 * 'mxmlNewCustom()' - Create a new custom data node.
 *
 * The new custom node is added to the end of the specified parent's child
 * list. The constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new
 * element node has no parent. NULL can be passed when the data in the
 * node is not dynamically allocated or is separately managed.
 */

mxml_node_t *                       /* O - New node */
mxmlNewCustom(mxml_node_t *parent,  /* I - Parent node or MXML_NO_PARENT */
              void        *data,    /* I - Pointer to data */
            void        (*destroy)(void *))
                              /* I - Function to destroy data */
{
  mxml_node_t     *node;                  /* New node */


#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlNewCustom(parent=%p, data=%p, destroy=%p)\n", parent,
          data, destroy);
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Create the node and set the value...
  */

  if ((node = mxml_new(parent, MXML_CUSTOM)) != NULL)
  {
    node->value.custom.data    = data;
    node->value.custom.destroy = destroy;
  }

  return (node);
}


/*
 * 'mxmlNewElement()' - Create a new element node.
 *
 * The new element node is added to the end of the specified parent's child
 * list. The constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new
 * element node has no parent.
 */

mxml_node_t *                       /* O - New node */
mxmlNewElement(mxml_node_t *parent, /* I - Parent node or MXML_NO_PARENT */
               const char  *name)   /* I - Name of element */
{
  mxml_node_t     *node;                  /* New node */


#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlNewElement(parent=%p, name=\"%s\")\n", parent,
          name ? name : "(null)");
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Range check input...
  */

  if (!name)
    return (NULL);

 /*
  * Create the node and set the element name...
  */

  if ((node = mxml_new(parent, MXML_ELEMENT)) != NULL)
    node->value.element.name = strdup(name);

  return (node);
}


/*
 * 'mxmlNewInteger()' - Create a new integer node.
 *
 * The new integer node is added to the end of the specified parent's child
 * list. The constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new
 * integer node has no parent.
 */

mxml_node_t *                       /* O - New node */
mxmlNewInteger(mxml_node_t *parent, /* I - Parent node or MXML_NO_PARENT */
               int         integer) /* I - Integer value */
{
  mxml_node_t     *node;                  /* New node */


#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlNewInteger(parent=%p, integer=%d)\n", parent, integer);
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Create the node and set the element name...
  */

  if ((node = mxml_new(parent, MXML_INTEGER)) != NULL)
    node->value.integer = integer;

  return (node);
}


/*
 * 'mxmlNewOpaque()' - Create a new opaque string.
 *
 * The new opaque node is added to the end of the specified parent's child
 * list. The constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new
 * opaque node has no parent. The opaque string must be nul-terminated and
 * is copied into the new node.
 */

mxml_node_t *                       /* O - New node */
mxmlNewOpaque(mxml_node_t *parent,  /* I - Parent node or MXML_NO_PARENT */
              const char  *opaque)  /* I - Opaque string */
{
  mxml_node_t     *node;                  /* New node */


#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlNewOpaque(parent=%p, opaque=\"%s\")\n", parent,
          opaque ? opaque : "(null)");
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Range check input...
  */

  if (!opaque)
    return (NULL);

 /*
  * Create the node and set the element name...
  */

  if ((node = mxml_new(parent, MXML_OPAQUE)) != NULL)
    node->value.opaque = strdup(opaque);

  return (node);
}


/*
 * 'mxmlNewReal()' - Create a new real number node.
 *
 * The new real number node is added to the end of the specified parent's
 * child list. The constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that
 * the new real number node has no parent.
 */

mxml_node_t *                       /* O - New node */
mxmlNewReal(mxml_node_t *parent,    /* I - Parent node or MXML_NO_PARENT */
            double      real)       /* I - Real number value */
{
  mxml_node_t     *node;                  /* New node */


#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlNewReal(parent=%p, real=%g)\n", parent, real);
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Create the node and set the element name...
  */

  if ((node = mxml_new(parent, MXML_REAL)) != NULL)
    node->value.real = real;

  return (node);
}


/*
 * 'mxmlNewText()' - Create a new text fragment node.
 *
 * The new text node is added to the end of the specified parent's child
 * list. The constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new
 * text node has no parent. The whitespace parameter is used to specify
 * whether leading whitespace is present before the node. The text
 * string must be nul-terminated and is copied into the new node.  
 */

mxml_node_t *                       /* O - New node */
mxmlNewText(mxml_node_t *parent,    /* I - Parent node or MXML_NO_PARENT */
            int         whitespace, /* I - 1 = leading whitespace, 0 = no whitespace */
          const char  *string)      /* I - String */
{
  mxml_node_t     *node;                  /* New node */


#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlNewText(parent=%p, whitespace=%d, string=\"%s\")\n",
          parent, whitespace, string ? string : "(null)");
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Range check input...
  */

  if (!string)
    return (NULL);

 /*
  * Create the node and set the text value...
  */

  if ((node = mxml_new(parent, MXML_TEXT)) != NULL)
  {
    node->value.text.whitespace = whitespace;
    node->value.text.string     = strdup(string);
  }

  return (node);
}


/*
 * 'mxmlNewTextf()' - Create a new formatted text fragment node.
 *
 * The new text node is added to the end of the specified parent's child
 * list. The constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new
 * text node has no parent. The whitespace parameter is used to specify
 * whether leading whitespace is present before the node. The format
 * string must be nul-terminated and is formatted into the new node.  
 */

mxml_node_t *                       /* O - New node */
mxmlNewTextf(mxml_node_t *parent,   /* I - Parent node or MXML_NO_PARENT */
             int         whitespace,      /* I - 1 = leading whitespace, 0 = no whitespace */
           const char  *format,     /* I - Printf-style frmat string */
           ...)               /* I - Additional args as needed */
{
  mxml_node_t     *node;                  /* New node */
  va_list   ap;               /* Pointer to arguments */


#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlNewTextf(parent=%p, whitespace=%d, format=\"%s\", ...)\n",
          parent, whitespace, format ? format : "(null)");
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Range check input...
  */

  if (!format)
    return (NULL);

 /*
  * Create the node and set the text value...
  */

  if ((node = mxml_new(parent, MXML_TEXT)) != NULL)
  {
    va_start(ap, format);

    node->value.text.whitespace = whitespace;
    node->value.text.string     = mxml_strdupf(format, ap);

    va_end(ap);
  }

  return (node);
}


/*
 * 'mxmlRemove()' - Remove a node from its parent.
 *
 * Does not free memory used by the node - use mxmlDelete() for that.
 * This function does nothing if the node has no parent.
 */

void
mxmlRemove(mxml_node_t *node)       /* I - Node to remove */
{
#ifdef DEBUG
  fprintf(stderr, "mxmlRemove(node=%p)\n", node);
#endif /* DEBUG */

 /*
  * Range check input...
  */

  if (!node || !node->parent)
    return;

 /*
  * Remove from parent...
  */

#if DEBUG > 1
  fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: node->parent=%p\n", node->parent);
  if (node->parent)
  {
    fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: node->parent->child=%p\n", node->parent->child);
    fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: node->parent->last_child=%p\n", node->parent->last_child);
  }
  fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: node->child=%p\n", node->child);
  fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: node->last_child=%p\n", node->last_child);
  fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: node->prev=%p\n", node->prev);
  fprintf(stderr, "    BEFORE: node->next=%p\n", node->next);
#endif /* DEBUG > 1 */

  if (node->prev)
    node->prev->next = node->next;
  else
    node->parent->child = node->next;

  if (node->next)
    node->next->prev = node->prev;
  else
    node->parent->last_child = node->prev;

  node->parent = NULL;
  node->prev   = NULL;
  node->next   = NULL;

#if DEBUG > 1
  fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: node->parent=%p\n", node->parent);
  if (node->parent)
  {
    fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: node->parent->child=%p\n", node->parent->child);
    fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: node->parent->last_child=%p\n", node->parent->last_child);
  }
  fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: node->child=%p\n", node->child);
  fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: node->last_child=%p\n", node->last_child);
  fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: node->prev=%p\n", node->prev);
  fprintf(stderr, "    AFTER: node->next=%p\n", node->next);
#endif /* DEBUG > 1 */
}


/*
 * 'mxml_new()' - Create a new node.
 */

static mxml_node_t *                /* O - New node */
mxml_new(mxml_node_t *parent,       /* I - Parent node */
         mxml_type_t type)          /* I - Node type */
{
  mxml_node_t     *node;                  /* New node */


#if DEBUG > 1
  fprintf(stderr, "mxml_new(parent=%p, type=%d)\n", parent, type);
#endif /* DEBUG > 1 */

 /*
  * Allocate memory for the node...
  */

  if ((node = calloc(1, sizeof(mxml_node_t))) == NULL)
  {
#if DEBUG > 1
    fputs("    returning NULL\n", stderr);
#endif /* DEBUG > 1 */

    return (NULL);
  }

#if DEBUG > 1
  fprintf(stderr, "    returning %p\n", node);
#endif /* DEBUG > 1 */

 /*
  * Set the node type...
  */

  node->type = type;

 /*
  * Add to the parent if present...
  */

  if (parent)
    mxmlAdd(parent, MXML_ADD_AFTER, MXML_ADD_TO_PARENT, node);

 /*
  * Return the new node...
  */

  return (node);
}


/*
 * End of "$Id: mxml-node.c 22267 2006-04-24 17:11:45Z kpfleming $".
 */

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