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sub_proc.c

/* Process handling for Windows.
Copyright (C) 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005,
2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Make.

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Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.  */

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <process.h>  /* for msvc _beginthreadex, _endthreadex */
#include <signal.h>
#include <windows.h>

#include "sub_proc.h"
#include "proc.h"
#include "w32err.h"
#include "config.h"
#include "debug.h"

static char *make_command_line(char *shell_name, char *exec_path, char **argv);

typedef struct sub_process_t {
      int sv_stdin[2];
      int sv_stdout[2];
      int sv_stderr[2];
      int using_pipes;
      char *inp;
      DWORD incnt;
      char * volatile outp;
      volatile DWORD outcnt;
      char * volatile errp;
      volatile DWORD errcnt;
      int pid;
      int exit_code;
      int signal;
      long last_err;
      long lerrno;
} sub_process;

static long process_file_io_private(sub_process *pproc, BOOL fNeedToWait); /* bird */

/* keep track of children so we can implement a waitpid-like routine */
static sub_process *proc_array[MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS];
static int proc_index = 0;
static int fake_exits_pending = 0;

/*
 * When a process has been waited for, adjust the wait state
 * array so that we don't wait for it again
 */
static void
process_adjust_wait_state(sub_process* pproc)
{
      int i;

      if (!proc_index)
            return;

      for (i = 0; i < proc_index; i++)
            if (proc_array[i]->pid == pproc->pid)
                  break;

      if (i < proc_index) {
            proc_index--;
            if (i != proc_index)
                  memmove(&proc_array[i], &proc_array[i+1],
                        (proc_index-i) * sizeof(sub_process*));
            proc_array[proc_index] = NULL;
      }
}

/*
 * Waits for any of the registered child processes to finish.
 */
static sub_process *
process_wait_for_any_private(void)
{
      HANDLE handles[MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS];
      DWORD retval, which;
      int i;

      if (!proc_index)
            return NULL;

      /* build array of handles to wait for */
      for (i = 0; i < proc_index; i++) {
            handles[i] = (HANDLE) proc_array[i]->pid;

            if (fake_exits_pending && proc_array[i]->exit_code)
                  break;
      }

      /* wait for someone to exit */
      if (!fake_exits_pending) {
            retval = WaitForMultipleObjects(proc_index, handles, FALSE, INFINITE);
            which = retval - WAIT_OBJECT_0;
      } else {
            fake_exits_pending--;
            retval = !WAIT_FAILED;
            which = i;
      }

      /* return pointer to process */
      if (retval != WAIT_FAILED) {
            sub_process* pproc = proc_array[which];
            process_adjust_wait_state(pproc);
            return pproc;
      } else
            return NULL;
}

/*
 * Terminate a process.
 */
BOOL
process_kill(HANDLE proc, int signal)
{
      sub_process* pproc = (sub_process*) proc;
      pproc->signal = signal;
      return (TerminateProcess((HANDLE) pproc->pid, signal));
}

/*
 * Use this function to register processes you wish to wait for by
 * calling process_file_io(NULL) or process_wait_any(). This must be done
 * because it is possible for callers of this library to reuse the same
 * handle for multiple processes launches :-(
 */
void
process_register(HANDLE proc)
{
      if (proc_index < MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS)
            proc_array[proc_index++] = (sub_process *) proc;
}

/*
 * Return the number of processes that we are still waiting for.
 */
int
process_used_slots(void)
{
      return proc_index;
}

/*
 * Public function which works kind of like waitpid(). Wait for any
 * of the children to die and return results. To call this function,
 * you must do 1 of things:
 *
 *    x = process_easy(...);
 *
 * or
 *
 *    x = process_init_fd();
 *    process_register(x);
 *
 * or
 *
 *    x = process_init();
 *    process_register(x);
 *
 * You must NOT then call process_pipe_io() because this function is
 * not capable of handling automatic notification of any child
 * death.
 */

HANDLE
process_wait_for_any(void)
{
      sub_process* pproc = process_wait_for_any_private();

      if (!pproc)
            return NULL;
      else {
            /*
             * Ouch! can't tell caller if this fails directly. Caller
             * will have to use process_last_err()
             */
#ifdef KMK
            (void) process_file_io_private(pproc, FALSE);
#else
            (void) process_file_io(pproc);
#endif
            return ((HANDLE) pproc);
      }
}

long
process_signal(HANDLE proc)
{
        if (proc == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) return 0;
        return (((sub_process *)proc)->signal);
}

long
process_last_err(HANDLE proc)
{
        if (proc == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) return ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE;
      return (((sub_process *)proc)->last_err);
}

long
process_exit_code(HANDLE proc)
{
        if (proc == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) return EXIT_FAILURE;
      return (((sub_process *)proc)->exit_code);
}

/*
2006-02:
All the following functions are currently unused.
All of them would crash gmake if called with argument INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE.
Hence whoever wants to use one of this functions must invent and implement
a reasonable error handling for this function.

char *
process_outbuf(HANDLE proc)
{
      return (((sub_process *)proc)->outp);
}

char *
process_errbuf(HANDLE proc)
{
      return (((sub_process *)proc)->errp);
}

int
process_outcnt(HANDLE proc)
{
      return (((sub_process *)proc)->outcnt);
}

int
process_errcnt(HANDLE proc)
{
      return (((sub_process *)proc)->errcnt);
}

void
process_pipes(HANDLE proc, int pipes[3])
{
      pipes[0] = ((sub_process *)proc)->sv_stdin[0];
      pipes[1] = ((sub_process *)proc)->sv_stdout[0];
      pipes[2] = ((sub_process *)proc)->sv_stderr[0];
      return;
}
*/

      HANDLE
process_init()
{
      sub_process *pproc;
      /*
       * open file descriptors for attaching stdin/stdout/sterr
       */
      HANDLE stdin_pipes[2];
      HANDLE stdout_pipes[2];
      HANDLE stderr_pipes[2];
      SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES inherit;
      BYTE sd[SECURITY_DESCRIPTOR_MIN_LENGTH];

      pproc = malloc(sizeof(*pproc));
      memset(pproc, 0, sizeof(*pproc));

      /* We can't use NULL for lpSecurityDescriptor because that
         uses the default security descriptor of the calling process.
         Instead we use a security descriptor with no DACL.  This
         allows nonrestricted access to the associated objects. */

      if (!InitializeSecurityDescriptor((PSECURITY_DESCRIPTOR)(&sd),
                                SECURITY_DESCRIPTOR_REVISION)) {
            pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
            pproc->lerrno = E_SCALL;
            return((HANDLE)pproc);
      }

      inherit.nLength = sizeof(inherit);
      inherit.lpSecurityDescriptor = (PSECURITY_DESCRIPTOR)(&sd);
      inherit.bInheritHandle = TRUE;

      // By convention, parent gets pipe[0], and child gets pipe[1]
      // This means the READ side of stdin pipe goes into pipe[1]
      // and the WRITE side of the stdout and stderr pipes go into pipe[1]
      if (CreatePipe( &stdin_pipes[1], &stdin_pipes[0], &inherit, 0) == FALSE ||
      CreatePipe( &stdout_pipes[0], &stdout_pipes[1], &inherit, 0) == FALSE ||
      CreatePipe( &stderr_pipes[0], &stderr_pipes[1], &inherit, 0) == FALSE) {

            pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
            pproc->lerrno = E_SCALL;
            return((HANDLE)pproc);
      }

      //
      // Mark the parent sides of the pipes as non-inheritable
      //
      if (SetHandleInformation(stdin_pipes[0],
                        HANDLE_FLAG_INHERIT, 0) == FALSE ||
            SetHandleInformation(stdout_pipes[0],
                        HANDLE_FLAG_INHERIT, 0) == FALSE ||
            SetHandleInformation(stderr_pipes[0],
                        HANDLE_FLAG_INHERIT, 0) == FALSE) {

            pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
            pproc->lerrno = E_SCALL;
            return((HANDLE)pproc);
      }
      pproc->sv_stdin[0]  = (int) stdin_pipes[0];
      pproc->sv_stdin[1]  = (int) stdin_pipes[1];
      pproc->sv_stdout[0] = (int) stdout_pipes[0];
      pproc->sv_stdout[1] = (int) stdout_pipes[1];
      pproc->sv_stderr[0] = (int) stderr_pipes[0];
      pproc->sv_stderr[1] = (int) stderr_pipes[1];

      pproc->using_pipes = 1;

      pproc->lerrno = 0;

      return((HANDLE)pproc);
}


      HANDLE
process_init_fd(HANDLE stdinh, HANDLE stdouth, HANDLE stderrh)
{
      sub_process *pproc;

      pproc = malloc(sizeof(*pproc));
      memset(pproc, 0, sizeof(*pproc));

      /*
       * Just pass the provided file handles to the 'child side' of the
       * pipe, bypassing pipes altogether.
       */
      pproc->sv_stdin[1]  = (int) stdinh;
      pproc->sv_stdout[1] = (int) stdouth;
      pproc->sv_stderr[1] = (int) stderrh;

      pproc->last_err = pproc->lerrno = 0;

      return((HANDLE)pproc);
}


static HANDLE
find_file(char *exec_path, LPOFSTRUCT file_info)
{
      HANDLE exec_handle;
      char *fname;
      char *ext;
#ifdef KMK
      size_t exec_path_len;

      /*
       * if there is an .exe extension there already, don't waste time here.
       * If .exe scripts become common, they can be handled in a CreateProcess
       * failure path instead of here.
       */
      exec_path_len = strlen(exec_path);
      if (  exec_path_len > 4
            &&    exec_path[exec_path_len - 4] == '.'
            &&  !stricmp(exec_path + exec_path_len - 3, "exe")){
            return((HANDLE)HFILE_ERROR);
      }

      fname = malloc(exec_path_len + 5);
#else
      fname = malloc(strlen(exec_path) + 5);
#endif
      strcpy(fname, exec_path);
      ext = fname + strlen(fname);

      strcpy(ext, ".exe");
      if ((exec_handle = (HANDLE)OpenFile(fname, file_info,
                  OF_READ | OF_SHARE_COMPAT)) != (HANDLE)HFILE_ERROR) {
            free(fname);
            return(exec_handle);
      }

      strcpy(ext, ".cmd");
      if ((exec_handle = (HANDLE)OpenFile(fname, file_info,
                  OF_READ | OF_SHARE_COMPAT)) != (HANDLE)HFILE_ERROR) {
            free(fname);
            return(exec_handle);
      }

      strcpy(ext, ".bat");
      if ((exec_handle = (HANDLE)OpenFile(fname, file_info,
                  OF_READ | OF_SHARE_COMPAT)) != (HANDLE)HFILE_ERROR) {
            free(fname);
            return(exec_handle);
      }

      /* should .com come before this case? */
      if ((exec_handle = (HANDLE)OpenFile(exec_path, file_info,
                  OF_READ | OF_SHARE_COMPAT)) != (HANDLE)HFILE_ERROR) {
            free(fname);
            return(exec_handle);
      }

      strcpy(ext, ".com");
      if ((exec_handle = (HANDLE)OpenFile(fname, file_info,
                  OF_READ | OF_SHARE_COMPAT)) != (HANDLE)HFILE_ERROR) {
            free(fname);
            return(exec_handle);
      }

      free(fname);
      return(exec_handle);
}


/*
 * Description:   Create the child process to be helped
 *
 * Returns: success <=> 0
 *
 * Notes/Dependencies:
 */
long
process_begin(
      HANDLE proc,
      char **argv,
      char **envp,
      char *exec_path,
      char *as_user)
{
      sub_process *pproc = (sub_process *)proc;
      char *shell_name = 0;
      int file_not_found=0;
      HANDLE exec_handle;
      char buf[256];
      DWORD bytes_returned;
      DWORD flags;
      char *command_line;
      STARTUPINFO startInfo;
      PROCESS_INFORMATION procInfo;
      char *envblk=NULL;
      OFSTRUCT file_info;


      /*
       *  Shell script detection...  if the exec_path starts with #! then
       *  we want to exec shell-script-name exec-path, not just exec-path
       *  NT doesn't recognize #!/bin/sh or #!/etc/Tivoli/bin/perl.  We do not
       *  hard-code the path to the shell or perl or whatever:  Instead, we
       *  assume it's in the path somewhere (generally, the NT tools
       *  bin directory)
       *  We use OpenFile here because it is capable of searching the Path.
       */

      exec_handle = find_file(exec_path, &file_info);

      /*
       * If we couldn't open the file, just assume that Windows32 will be able
       * to find and execute it.
       */
      if (exec_handle == (HANDLE)HFILE_ERROR) {
            file_not_found++;
      }
      else {
            /* Attempt to read the first line of the file */
            if (ReadFile( exec_handle,
                        buf, sizeof(buf) - 1, /* leave room for trailing NULL */
                        &bytes_returned, 0) == FALSE || bytes_returned < 2) {

                  pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
                  pproc->lerrno = E_IO;
                  CloseHandle(exec_handle);
                  return(-1);
            }
            if (buf[0] == '#' && buf[1] == '!') {
                  /*
                   *  This is a shell script...  Change the command line from
                   *    exec_path args to shell_name exec_path args
                   */
                  char *p;

                  /*  Make sure buf is NULL terminated */
                  buf[bytes_returned] = 0;
                  /*
                   * Depending on the file system type, etc. the first line
                   * of the shell script may end with newline or newline-carriage-return
                   * Whatever it ends with, cut it off.
                   */
                  p= strchr(buf, '\n');
                  if (p)
                        *p = 0;
                  p = strchr(buf, '\r');
                  if (p)
                        *p = 0;

                  /*
                   *  Find base name of shell
                   */
                  shell_name = strrchr( buf, '/');
                  if (shell_name) {
                        shell_name++;
                  } else {
                        shell_name = &buf[2];/* skipping "#!" */
                  }

            }
            CloseHandle(exec_handle);
      }

      flags = 0;

      if (file_not_found)
            command_line = make_command_line( shell_name, exec_path, argv);
      else
            command_line = make_command_line( shell_name, file_info.szPathName,
                         argv);

      if ( command_line == NULL ) {
            pproc->last_err = 0;
            pproc->lerrno = E_NO_MEM;
            return(-1);
      }

      if (envp) {
            if (arr2envblk(envp, &envblk) ==FALSE) {
                  pproc->last_err = 0;
                  pproc->lerrno = E_NO_MEM;
                  free( command_line );
                  return(-1);
            }
      }

      if ((shell_name) || (file_not_found)) {
            exec_path = 0;    /* Search for the program in %Path% */
      } else {
            exec_path = file_info.szPathName;
      }

      /*
       *  Set up inherited stdin, stdout, stderr for child
       */
      GetStartupInfo(&startInfo);
#ifndef KMK
      startInfo.dwFlags = STARTF_USESTDHANDLES;
#endif
      startInfo.lpReserved = 0;
      startInfo.cbReserved2 = 0;
      startInfo.lpReserved2 = 0;
      startInfo.lpTitle = shell_name ? shell_name : exec_path;
#ifndef KMK
      startInfo.hStdInput = (HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[1];
      startInfo.hStdOutput = (HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[1];
      startInfo.hStdError = (HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[1];
#else
      if (    pproc->sv_stdin[1]
            ||  pproc->sv_stdout[1]
            ||  pproc->sv_stderr[1]) {
            startInfo.dwFlags = STARTF_USESTDHANDLES;
            startInfo.hStdInput = (HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[1];
            startInfo.hStdOutput = (HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[1];
            startInfo.hStdError = (HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[1];
      } else {
            startInfo.dwFlags = 0;
            startInfo.hStdInput = 0;
            startInfo.hStdOutput = 0;
            startInfo.hStdError = 0;
      }
#endif

      if (as_user) {
            if (envblk) free(envblk);
            return -1;
      } else {
            DB (DB_JOBS, ("CreateProcess(%s,%s,...)\n",
                  exec_path ? exec_path : "NULL",
                  command_line ? command_line : "NULL"));
            if (CreateProcess(
                  exec_path,
                  command_line,
                  NULL,
                  0, /* default security attributes for thread */
                  TRUE, /* inherit handles (e.g. helper pipes, oserv socket) */
                  flags,
                  envblk,
                  0, /* default starting directory */
                  &startInfo,
                  &procInfo) == FALSE) {

                  pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
                  pproc->lerrno = E_FORK;
#ifdef KMK
                  if (pproc->last_err == ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND)
                        pproc->exit_code = 127; /* see execve failure in job.c. */
#endif
                  fprintf(stderr, "process_begin: CreateProcess(%s, %s, ...) failed.\n",
                                exec_path ? exec_path : "NULL", command_line);
                  if (envblk) free(envblk);
                  free( command_line );
                  return(-1);
            }
      }

      pproc->pid = (int)procInfo.hProcess;
      /* Close the thread handle -- we'll just watch the process */
      CloseHandle(procInfo.hThread);

      /* Close the halves of the pipes we don't need */
#ifndef KMK
      CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[1]);
      CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[1]);
      CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[1]);
      pproc->sv_stdin[1] = 0;
      pproc->sv_stdout[1] = 0;
      pproc->sv_stderr[1] = 0;
#else
      if ((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[1]) {
            CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[1]);
            pproc->sv_stdin[1] = 0;
      }
      if ((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[1]) {
            CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[1]);
            pproc->sv_stdout[1] = 0;
      }
      if ((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[1]) {
            CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[1]);
            pproc->sv_stderr[1] = 0;
      }
#endif

      free( command_line );
      if (envblk) free(envblk);
      pproc->lerrno=0;
      return 0;
}



static DWORD
proc_stdin_thread(sub_process *pproc)
{
      DWORD in_done;
      for (;;) {
            if (WriteFile( (HANDLE) pproc->sv_stdin[0], pproc->inp, pproc->incnt,
                               &in_done, NULL) == FALSE)
                  _endthreadex(0);
            // This if should never be true for anonymous pipes, but gives
            // us a chance to change I/O mechanisms later
            if (in_done < pproc->incnt) {
                  pproc->incnt -= in_done;
                  pproc->inp += in_done;
            } else {
                  _endthreadex(0);
            }
      }
      return 0; // for compiler warnings only.. not reached
}

static DWORD
proc_stdout_thread(sub_process *pproc)
{
      DWORD bufsize = 1024;
      char c;
      DWORD nread;
      pproc->outp = malloc(bufsize);
      if (pproc->outp == NULL)
            _endthreadex(0);
      pproc->outcnt = 0;

      for (;;) {
            if (ReadFile( (HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[0], &c, 1, &nread, NULL)
                              == FALSE) {
/*                map_windows32_error_to_string(GetLastError());*/
                  _endthreadex(0);
            }
            if (nread == 0)
                  _endthreadex(0);
            if (pproc->outcnt + nread > bufsize) {
                  bufsize += nread + 512;
                  pproc->outp = realloc(pproc->outp, bufsize);
                  if (pproc->outp == NULL) {
                        pproc->outcnt = 0;
                        _endthreadex(0);
                  }
            }
            pproc->outp[pproc->outcnt++] = c;
      }
      return 0;
}

static DWORD
proc_stderr_thread(sub_process *pproc)
{
      DWORD bufsize = 1024;
      char c;
      DWORD nread;
      pproc->errp = malloc(bufsize);
      if (pproc->errp == NULL)
            _endthreadex(0);
      pproc->errcnt = 0;

      for (;;) {
            if (ReadFile( (HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[0], &c, 1, &nread, NULL) == FALSE) {
                  map_windows32_error_to_string(GetLastError());
                  _endthreadex(0);
            }
            if (nread == 0)
                  _endthreadex(0);
            if (pproc->errcnt + nread > bufsize) {
                  bufsize += nread + 512;
                  pproc->errp = realloc(pproc->errp, bufsize);
                  if (pproc->errp == NULL) {
                        pproc->errcnt = 0;
                        _endthreadex(0);
                  }
            }
            pproc->errp[pproc->errcnt++] = c;
      }
      return 0;
}


/*
 * Purpose: collects output from child process and returns results
 *
 * Description:
 *
 * Returns:
 *
 * Notes/Dependencies:
 */
      long
process_pipe_io(
      HANDLE proc,
      char *stdin_data,
      int stdin_data_len)
{
      sub_process *pproc = (sub_process *)proc;
      bool_t stdin_eof = FALSE, stdout_eof = FALSE, stderr_eof = FALSE;
      HANDLE childhand = (HANDLE) pproc->pid;
      HANDLE tStdin = NULL, tStdout = NULL, tStderr = NULL;
      unsigned int dwStdin, dwStdout, dwStderr;
      HANDLE wait_list[4];
      DWORD wait_count;
      DWORD wait_return;
      HANDLE ready_hand;
      bool_t child_dead = FALSE;
      BOOL GetExitCodeResult;

      /*
       *  Create stdin thread, if needed
       */
      pproc->inp = stdin_data;
      pproc->incnt = stdin_data_len;
      if (!pproc->inp) {
            stdin_eof = TRUE;
            CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[0]);
            pproc->sv_stdin[0] = 0;
      } else {
            tStdin = (HANDLE) _beginthreadex( 0, 1024,
                  (unsigned (__stdcall *) (void *))proc_stdin_thread,
                                      pproc, 0, &dwStdin);
            if (tStdin == 0) {
                  pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
                  pproc->lerrno = E_SCALL;
                  goto done;
            }
      }

      /*
       *   Assume child will produce stdout and stderr
       */
      tStdout = (HANDLE) _beginthreadex( 0, 1024,
            (unsigned (__stdcall *) (void *))proc_stdout_thread, pproc, 0,
            &dwStdout);
      tStderr = (HANDLE) _beginthreadex( 0, 1024,
            (unsigned (__stdcall *) (void *))proc_stderr_thread, pproc, 0,
            &dwStderr);

      if (tStdout == 0 || tStderr == 0) {

            pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
            pproc->lerrno = E_SCALL;
            goto done;
      }


      /*
       *  Wait for all I/O to finish and for the child process to exit
       */

      while (!stdin_eof || !stdout_eof || !stderr_eof || !child_dead) {
            wait_count = 0;
            if (!stdin_eof) {
                  wait_list[wait_count++] = tStdin;
            }
            if (!stdout_eof) {
                  wait_list[wait_count++] = tStdout;
            }
            if (!stderr_eof) {
                  wait_list[wait_count++] = tStderr;
            }
            if (!child_dead) {
                  wait_list[wait_count++] = childhand;
            }

            wait_return = WaitForMultipleObjects(wait_count, wait_list,
                   FALSE, /* don't wait for all: one ready will do */
                   child_dead? 1000 :INFINITE); /* after the child dies, subthreads have
                        one second to collect all remaining output */

                if (wait_return == WAIT_FAILED) {
/*                map_windows32_error_to_string(GetLastError());*/
                  pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
                  pproc->lerrno = E_SCALL;
                  goto done;
            }

            ready_hand = wait_list[wait_return - WAIT_OBJECT_0];

            if (ready_hand == tStdin) {
                  CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[0]);
                  pproc->sv_stdin[0] = 0;
                  CloseHandle(tStdin);
                  tStdin = 0;
                  stdin_eof = TRUE;

            } else if (ready_hand == tStdout) {

                  CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[0]);
                  pproc->sv_stdout[0] = 0;
                  CloseHandle(tStdout);
                  tStdout = 0;
                  stdout_eof = TRUE;

            } else if (ready_hand == tStderr) {

                  CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[0]);
                  pproc->sv_stderr[0] = 0;
                  CloseHandle(tStderr);
                  tStderr = 0;
                  stderr_eof = TRUE;

            } else if (ready_hand == childhand) {

                  DWORD ierr;
                  GetExitCodeResult = GetExitCodeProcess(childhand, &ierr);
                  if (ierr == CONTROL_C_EXIT) {
                        pproc->signal = SIGINT;
                  } else {
                        pproc->exit_code = ierr;
                  }
                  if (GetExitCodeResult == FALSE) {
                        pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
                        pproc->lerrno = E_SCALL;
                        goto done;
                  }
                  child_dead = TRUE;

            } else {

                  /* ?? Got back a handle we didn't query ?? */
                  pproc->last_err = 0;
                  pproc->lerrno = E_FAIL;
                  goto done;
            }
      }

 done:
      if (tStdin != 0)
            CloseHandle(tStdin);
      if (tStdout != 0)
            CloseHandle(tStdout);
      if (tStderr != 0)
            CloseHandle(tStderr);

      if (pproc->lerrno)
            return(-1);
      else
            return(0);

}

/*
 * Purpose: collects output from child process and returns results
 *
 * Description:
 *
 * Returns:
 *
 * Notes/Dependencies:
 */
      long
process_file_io(
      HANDLE proc)
{
      sub_process *pproc;
      if (proc == NULL)
            pproc = process_wait_for_any_private();
      else
            pproc = (sub_process *)proc;

      /* some sort of internal error */
      if (!pproc)
            return -1;

      return process_file_io_private(proc, TRUE);
}

/* private function, avoid some kernel calls. (bird) */
static long
process_file_io_private(
      sub_process *pproc,
      BOOL fNeedToWait)
{
      HANDLE childhand;
      DWORD wait_return;
      BOOL GetExitCodeResult;
      DWORD ierr;

      childhand = (HANDLE) pproc->pid;

      /*
       * This function is poorly named, and could also be used just to wait
       * for child death if you're doing your own pipe I/O.  If that is
       * the case, close the pipe handles here.
       */
      if (pproc->sv_stdin[0]) {
            CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[0]);
            pproc->sv_stdin[0] = 0;
      }
      if (pproc->sv_stdout[0]) {
            CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[0]);
            pproc->sv_stdout[0] = 0;
      }
      if (pproc->sv_stderr[0]) {
            CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[0]);
            pproc->sv_stderr[0] = 0;
      }

#ifdef KMK
      if (childhand == NULL || childhand == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) {
            goto done2;
      }
#endif

      /*
       *  Wait for the child process to exit it we didn't do that already.
       */
      if (fNeedToWait) {
            wait_return = WaitForSingleObject(childhand, INFINITE);
            if (wait_return != WAIT_OBJECT_0) {
/*                map_windows32_error_to_string(GetLastError());*/
                  pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
                  pproc->lerrno = E_SCALL;
                  goto done2;
            }
      }

      GetExitCodeResult = GetExitCodeProcess(childhand, &ierr);
      if (ierr == CONTROL_C_EXIT) {
            pproc->signal = SIGINT;
      } else {
            pproc->exit_code = ierr;
      }
      if (GetExitCodeResult == FALSE) {
            pproc->last_err = GetLastError();
            pproc->lerrno = E_SCALL;
      }

done2:
      if (pproc->lerrno)
            return(-1);
      else
            return(0);

}

/*
 * Description:  Clean up any leftover handles, etc.  It is up to the
 * caller to manage and free the input, ouput, and stderr buffers.
 */
      void
process_cleanup(
      HANDLE proc)
{
      sub_process *pproc = (sub_process *)proc;
      int i;

      if (pproc->using_pipes) {
            for (i= 0; i <= 1; i++) {
                  if ((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[i])
                        CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdin[i]);
                  if ((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[i])
                        CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stdout[i]);
                  if ((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[i])
                        CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->sv_stderr[i]);
            }
      }
      if ((HANDLE)pproc->pid)
            CloseHandle((HANDLE)pproc->pid);

      free(pproc);
}


/*
 * Description:
 *     Create a command line buffer to pass to CreateProcess
 *
 * Returns:  the buffer or NULL for failure
 *    Shell case:  sh_name a:/full/path/to/script argv[1] argv[2] ...
 *  Otherwise:   argv[0] argv[1] argv[2] ...
 *
 * Notes/Dependencies:
 *   CreateProcess does not take an argv, so this command creates a
 *   command line for the executable.
 */

static char *
make_command_line( char *shell_name, char *full_exec_path, char **argv)
{
      int         argc = 0;
      char**            argvi;
      int*        enclose_in_quotes = NULL;
      int*        enclose_in_quotes_i;
      unsigned int      bytes_required = 0;
      char*       command_line;
      char*       command_line_i;
      int  cygwin_mode = 0; /* HAVE_CYGWIN_SHELL */
      int have_sh = 0; /* HAVE_CYGWIN_SHELL */
#undef HAVE_CYGWIN_SHELL
#ifdef HAVE_CYGWIN_SHELL
      have_sh = (shell_name != NULL || strstr(full_exec_path, "sh.exe"));
      cygwin_mode = 1;
#endif

      if (shell_name && full_exec_path) {
            bytes_required
              = strlen(shell_name) + 1 + strlen(full_exec_path);
            /*
             * Skip argv[0] if any, when shell_name is given.
             */
            if (*argv) argv++;
            /*
             * Add one for the intervening space.
             */
            if (*argv) bytes_required++;
      }

      argvi = argv;
      while (*(argvi++)) argc++;

      if (argc) {
            enclose_in_quotes = (int*) calloc(1, argc * sizeof(int));

            if (!enclose_in_quotes) {
                  return NULL;
            }
      }

      /* We have to make one pass through each argv[i] to see if we need
       * to enclose it in ", so we might as well figure out how much
       * memory we'll need on the same pass.
       */

      argvi = argv;
      enclose_in_quotes_i = enclose_in_quotes;
      while(*argvi) {
            char* p = *argvi;
            unsigned int backslash_count = 0;

            /*
             * We have to enclose empty arguments in ".
             */
            if (!(*p)) *enclose_in_quotes_i = 1;

            while(*p) {
                  switch (*p) {
                  case '\"':
                        /*
                         * We have to insert a backslash for each "
                         * and each \ that precedes the ".
                         */
                        bytes_required += (backslash_count + 1);
                        backslash_count = 0;
                        break;

#if !defined(HAVE_MKS_SHELL) && !defined(HAVE_CYGWIN_SHELL)
                  case '\\':
                        backslash_count++;
                        break;
#endif
      /*
       * At one time we set *enclose_in_quotes_i for '*' or '?' to suppress
       * wildcard expansion in programs linked with MSVC's SETARGV.OBJ so
       * that argv in always equals argv out. This was removed.  Say you have
       * such a program named glob.exe.  You enter
       * glob '*'
       * at the sh command prompt.  Obviously the intent is to make glob do the
       * wildcarding instead of sh.  If we set *enclose_in_quotes_i for '*' or '?',
       * then the command line that glob would see would be
       * glob "*"
       * and the _setargv in SETARGV.OBJ would _not_ expand the *.
       */
                  case ' ':
                  case '\t':
                        *enclose_in_quotes_i = 1;
                        /* fall through */

                  default:
                        backslash_count = 0;
                        break;
                  }

                  /*
                   * Add one for each character in argv[i].
                   */
                  bytes_required++;

                  p++;
            }

            if (*enclose_in_quotes_i) {
                  /*
                   * Add one for each enclosing ",
                   * and one for each \ that precedes the
                   * closing ".
                   */
                  bytes_required += (backslash_count + 2);
            }

            /*
             * Add one for the intervening space.
             */
            if (*(++argvi)) bytes_required++;
            enclose_in_quotes_i++;
      }

      /*
       * Add one for the terminating NULL.
       */
      bytes_required++;
#ifdef KMK /* for the space before the final " in case we need it. */
      bytes_required++;
#endif

      command_line = (char*) malloc(bytes_required);

      if (!command_line) {
            if (enclose_in_quotes) free(enclose_in_quotes);
            return NULL;
      }

      command_line_i = command_line;

      if (shell_name && full_exec_path) {
            while(*shell_name) {
                  *(command_line_i++) = *(shell_name++);
            }

            *(command_line_i++) = ' ';

            while(*full_exec_path) {
                  *(command_line_i++) = *(full_exec_path++);
            }

            if (*argv) {
                  *(command_line_i++) = ' ';
            }
      }

      argvi = argv;
      enclose_in_quotes_i = enclose_in_quotes;

      while(*argvi) {
            char* p = *argvi;
            unsigned int backslash_count = 0;

            if (*enclose_in_quotes_i) {
                  *(command_line_i++) = '\"';
            }

            while(*p) {
                  if (*p == '\"') {
                        if (cygwin_mode && have_sh) { /* HAVE_CYGWIN_SHELL */
                              /* instead of a \", cygwin likes "" */
                              *(command_line_i++) = '\"';
                        } else {

                              /*
                               * We have to insert a backslash for the "
                               * and each \ that precedes the ".
                               */
                              backslash_count++;

                              while(backslash_count) {
                                    *(command_line_i++) = '\\';
                                    backslash_count--;
                              };
                        }
#if !defined(HAVE_MKS_SHELL) && !defined(HAVE_CYGWIN_SHELL)
                  } else if (*p == '\\') {
                        backslash_count++;
                  } else {
                        backslash_count = 0;
#endif
                  }

                  /*
                   * Copy the character.
                   */
                  *(command_line_i++) = *(p++);
            }

            if (*enclose_in_quotes_i) {
#if !defined(HAVE_MKS_SHELL) && !defined(HAVE_CYGWIN_SHELL)
                  /*
                   * Add one \ for each \ that precedes the
                   * closing ".
                   */
                  while(backslash_count--) {
                        *(command_line_i++) = '\\';
                  };
#endif
#ifdef KMK
                        /*
                         * ash it put off by echo "hello world" ending up as:
                         *  G:/.../kmk_ash.exe -c "echo ""hello world"""
                         * It wants a space before the last '"'.
                   * (The 'test_shell' goals in Makefile.kmk tests this problem.)
                         */
                        if (command_line_i[-1] == '\"' /* && cygwin_mode && have_sh*/ && !argvi[1]) {
                            *(command_line_i++) = ' ';
                        }
#endif
                  *(command_line_i++) = '\"';
            }

            /*
             * Append an intervening space.
             */
            if (*(++argvi)) {
                  *(command_line_i++) = ' ';
            }

            enclose_in_quotes_i++;
      }

      /*
       * Append the terminating NULL.
       */
      *command_line_i = '\0';

      if (enclose_in_quotes) free(enclose_in_quotes);
      return command_line;
}

/*
 * Description: Given an argv and optional envp, launch the process
 *              using the default stdin, stdout, and stderr handles.
 *              Also, register process so that process_wait_for_any_private()
 *          can be used via process_file_io(NULL) or
 *          process_wait_for_any().
 *
 * Returns:
 *
 * Notes/Dependencies:
 */
HANDLE
process_easy(
      char **argv,
      char **envp)
{
#ifndef KMK
  HANDLE hIn;
  HANDLE hOut;
  HANDLE hErr;
#endif
  HANDLE hProcess;

  if (proc_index >= MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS) {
      DB (DB_JOBS, ("process_easy: All process slots used up\n"));
      return INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
  }
#ifndef KMK
  if (DuplicateHandle(GetCurrentProcess(),
                      GetStdHandle(STD_INPUT_HANDLE),
                      GetCurrentProcess(),
                      &hIn,
                      0,
                      TRUE,
                      DUPLICATE_SAME_ACCESS) == FALSE) {
    fprintf(stderr,
            "process_easy: DuplicateHandle(In) failed (e=%ld)\n",
            GetLastError());
    return INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
  }
  if (DuplicateHandle(GetCurrentProcess(),
                      GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE),
                      GetCurrentProcess(),
                      &hOut,
                      0,
                      TRUE,
                      DUPLICATE_SAME_ACCESS) == FALSE) {
    fprintf(stderr,
           "process_easy: DuplicateHandle(Out) failed (e=%ld)\n",
           GetLastError());
    return INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
  }
  if (DuplicateHandle(GetCurrentProcess(),
                      GetStdHandle(STD_ERROR_HANDLE),
                      GetCurrentProcess(),
                      &hErr,
                      0,
                      TRUE,
                      DUPLICATE_SAME_ACCESS) == FALSE) {
    fprintf(stderr,
            "process_easy: DuplicateHandle(Err) failed (e=%ld)\n",
            GetLastError());
    return INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE;
  }

  hProcess = process_init_fd(hIn, hOut, hErr);
#else
  hProcess = process_init_fd(0, 0, 0);
#endif /* !KMK */

  if (process_begin(hProcess, argv, envp, argv[0], NULL)) {
    fake_exits_pending++;
    /* process_begin() failed: make a note of that.  */
    if (!((sub_process*) hProcess)->last_err)
      ((sub_process*) hProcess)->last_err = -1;
#ifdef KMK
    if (!((sub_process*) hProcess)->exit_code)
#endif
      ((sub_process*) hProcess)->exit_code = process_last_err(hProcess);

#ifndef KMK
    /* close up unused handles */
    CloseHandle(hIn);
    CloseHandle(hOut);
    CloseHandle(hErr);
#endif
  }

  process_register(hProcess);

  return hProcess;
}

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