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lpq_parse.c

/* 
   Unix SMB/Netbios implementation.
   Version 3.0
   lpq parsing routines
   Copyright (C) Andrew Tridgell 2000
   Copyright (C) 2002 by Martin Pool 
   
   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, 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.
   
   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., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
*/

#include "includes.h"


static const char *Months[13] = { "Jan", "Feb", "Mar", "Apr", "May", "Jun",
                        "Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Dec", "Err"};


/*******************************************************************
process time fields
********************************************************************/
static time_t EntryTime(fstring tok[], int ptr, int count, int minimum)
{
  time_t jobtime,jobtime1;

  jobtime = time(NULL);       /* default case: take current time */
  if (count >= minimum) {
    struct tm *t;
    int i, day, hour, min, sec;
    char   *c;

    for (i=0; i<13; i++) if (!strncmp(tok[ptr], Months[i],3)) break; /* Find month */
    if (i<12) {
      t = localtime(&jobtime);
      day = atoi(tok[ptr+1]);
      c=(char *)(tok[ptr+2]);
      *(c+2)=0;
      hour = atoi(c);
      *(c+5)=0;
      min = atoi(c+3);
      if(*(c+6) != 0)sec = atoi(c+6);
      else  sec=0;

      if ((t->tm_mon < i)||
        ((t->tm_mon == i)&&
         ((t->tm_mday < day)||
          ((t->tm_mday == day)&&
           (t->tm_hour*60+t->tm_min < hour*60+min)))))
      t->tm_year--;           /* last year's print job */

      t->tm_mon = i;
      t->tm_mday = day;
      t->tm_hour = hour;
      t->tm_min = min;
      t->tm_sec = sec;
      jobtime1 = mktime(t);
      if (jobtime1 != (time_t)-1)
      jobtime = jobtime1;
    }
  }
  return jobtime;
}


/****************************************************************************
parse a lpq line

here is an example of lpq output under bsd

Warning: no daemon present
Rank   Owner      Job  Files                                 Total Size
1st    tridge     148  README                                8096 bytes

here is an example of lpq output under osf/1

Warning: no daemon present
Rank   Pri Owner      Job  Files                             Total Size
1st    0   tridge     148  README                            8096 bytes


<allan@umich.edu> June 30, 1998.
Modified to handle file names with spaces, like the parse_lpq_lprng code
further below.
****************************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_bsd(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
#ifdef      OSF1
#define     RANKTOK     0
#define     PRIOTOK 1
#define     USERTOK 2
#define     JOBTOK      3
#define     FILETOK     4
#define     TOTALTOK (count - 2)
#define     NTOK  6
#define     MAXTOK      128
#else /* OSF1 */
#define     RANKTOK     0
#define     USERTOK 1
#define     JOBTOK      2
#define     FILETOK     3
#define     TOTALTOK (count - 2)
#define     NTOK  5
#define     MAXTOK      128
#endif      /* OSF1 */

  char *tok[MAXTOK];
  int  count = 0;
  pstring line2;

  pstrcpy(line2,line);

#ifdef      OSF1
  {
    size_t length;
    length = strlen(line2);
    if (line2[length-3] == ':')
      return(False);
  }
#endif      /* OSF1 */

  tok[0] = strtok(line2," \t");
  count++;

  while (((tok[count] = strtok(NULL," \t")) != NULL) && (count < MAXTOK)) {
    count++;
  }

  /* we must get at least NTOK tokens */
  if (count < NTOK)
    return(False);

  /* the Job and Total columns must be integer */
  if (!isdigit((int)*tok[JOBTOK]) || !isdigit((int)*tok[TOTALTOK])) return(False);

  buf->job = atoi(tok[JOBTOK]);
  buf->size = atoi(tok[TOTALTOK]);
  buf->status = strequal(tok[RANKTOK],"active")?LPQ_PRINTING:LPQ_QUEUED;
  buf->time = time(NULL);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_user,tok[USERTOK]);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_file,tok[FILETOK]);

  if ((FILETOK + 1) != TOTALTOK) {
    int i;

    for (i = (FILETOK + 1); i < TOTALTOK; i++) {
      /* FIXME: Using fstrcat rather than other means is a bit
       * inefficient; this might be a problem for enormous queues with
       * many fields. */
      fstrcat(buf->fs_file, " ");
      fstrcat(buf->fs_file, tok[i]);
    }
    /* Ensure null termination. */
    fstrterminate(buf->fs_file);
  }

#ifdef PRIOTOK
  buf->priority = atoi(tok[PRIOTOK]);
#else
  buf->priority = 1;
#endif
  return(True);
}

/*
<magnus@hum.auc.dk>
LPRng_time modifies the current date by inserting the hour and minute from
the lpq output.  The lpq time looks like "23:15:07"

<allan@umich.edu> June 30, 1998.
Modified to work with the re-written parse_lpq_lprng routine.

<J.P.M.v.Itegem@tue.nl> Dec 17,1999
Modified to work with lprng 3.16
With lprng 3.16 The lpq time looks like
                       "23:15:07"
                       "23:15:07.100"
                       "1999-12-16-23:15:07"
                       "1999-12-16-23:15:07.100"

*/
static time_t LPRng_time(char *time_string)
{
      time_t jobtime;
      struct tm t;

      jobtime = time(NULL);         /* default case: take current time */
      t = *localtime(&jobtime);

      if ( atoi(time_string) < 24 ){
            t.tm_hour = atoi(time_string);
            t.tm_min = atoi(time_string+3);
            t.tm_sec = atoi(time_string+6);
      } else {
            t.tm_year = atoi(time_string)-1900;
            t.tm_mon = atoi(time_string+5)-1;
            t.tm_mday = atoi(time_string+8);
            t.tm_hour = atoi(time_string+11);
            t.tm_min = atoi(time_string+14);
            t.tm_sec = atoi(time_string+17);
      }    
      jobtime = mktime(&t);

      return jobtime;
}


/****************************************************************************
  parse a lprng lpq line
  <allan@umich.edu> June 30, 1998.
  Re-wrote this to handle file names with spaces, multiple file names on one
  lpq line, etc;
****************************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_lprng(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
#define     LPRNG_RANKTOK     0
#define     LPRNG_USERTOK     1
#define     LPRNG_PRIOTOK     2
#define     LPRNG_JOBTOK      3
#define     LPRNG_FILETOK     4
#define     LPRNG_TOTALTOK    (num_tok - 2)
#define     LPRNG_TIMETOK     (num_tok - 1)
#define     LPRNG_NTOK  7
#define     LPRNG_MAXTOK      128 /* PFMA just to keep us from running away. */

  fstring tokarr[LPRNG_MAXTOK];
  const char *cptr;
  char *ptr;
  int  num_tok = 0;

  cptr = line;
  while(next_token( &cptr, tokarr[num_tok], " \t", sizeof(fstring)) && (num_tok < LPRNG_MAXTOK))
    num_tok++;

  /* We must get at least LPRNG_NTOK tokens. */
  if (num_tok < LPRNG_NTOK) {
    return(False);
  }

  if (!isdigit((int)*tokarr[LPRNG_JOBTOK]) || !isdigit((int)*tokarr[LPRNG_TOTALTOK])) {
    return(False);
  }

  buf->job  = atoi(tokarr[LPRNG_JOBTOK]);
  buf->size = atoi(tokarr[LPRNG_TOTALTOK]);

  if (strequal(tokarr[LPRNG_RANKTOK],"active")) {
    buf->status = LPQ_PRINTING;
  } else if (strequal(tokarr[LPRNG_RANKTOK],"done")) {
    buf->status = LPQ_PRINTED;
  } else if (isdigit((int)*tokarr[LPRNG_RANKTOK])) {
    buf->status = LPQ_QUEUED;
  } else {
    buf->status = LPQ_PAUSED;
  }

  buf->priority = *tokarr[LPRNG_PRIOTOK] -'A';

  buf->time = LPRng_time(tokarr[LPRNG_TIMETOK]);

  fstrcpy(buf->fs_user,tokarr[LPRNG_USERTOK]);

  /* The '@hostname' prevents windows from displaying the printing icon
   * for the current user on the taskbar.  Plop in a null.
   */

  if ((ptr = strchr(buf->fs_user,'@')) != NULL) {
    *ptr = '\0';
  }

  fstrcpy(buf->fs_file,tokarr[LPRNG_FILETOK]);

  if ((LPRNG_FILETOK + 1) != LPRNG_TOTALTOK) {
    int i;

    for (i = (LPRNG_FILETOK + 1); i < LPRNG_TOTALTOK; i++) {
      /* FIXME: Using fstrcat rather than other means is a bit
       * inefficient; this might be a problem for enormous queues with
       * many fields. */
      fstrcat(buf->fs_file, " ");
      fstrcat(buf->fs_file, tokarr[i]);
    }
    /* Ensure null termination. */
    fstrterminate(buf->fs_file);
  }

  return(True);
}



/*******************************************************************
parse lpq on an aix system

Queue   Dev   Status    Job Files              User         PP %   Blks  Cp Rnk
------- ----- --------- --- ------------------ ---------- ---- -- ----- --- ---
lazer   lazer READY
lazer   lazer RUNNING   537 6297doc.A          kvintus@IE    0 10  2445   1   1
              QUEUED    538 C.ps               root@IEDVB           124   1   2
              QUEUED    539 E.ps               root@IEDVB            28   1   3
              QUEUED    540 L.ps               root@IEDVB           172   1   4
              QUEUED    541 P.ps               root@IEDVB            22   1   5
********************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_aix(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
  fstring tok[11];
  int count=0;
  const char *cline = line;

  /* handle the case of "(standard input)" as a filename */
  pstring_sub(line,"standard input","STDIN", False);
  all_string_sub(line,"(","\"",0);
  all_string_sub(line,")","\"",0);

  for (count=0; 
       count<10 && 
             next_token(&cline,tok[count],NULL, sizeof(tok[count])); 
       count++) ;

  /* we must get 6 tokens */
  if (count < 10)
  {
      if ((count == 7) && ((strcmp(tok[0],"QUEUED") == 0) || (strcmp(tok[0],"HELD") == 0)))
      {
          /* the 2nd and 5th columns must be integer */
          if (!isdigit((int)*tok[1]) || !isdigit((int)*tok[4])) return(False);
          buf->size = atoi(tok[4]) * 1024;
          /* if the fname contains a space then use STDIN */
          if (strchr(tok[2],' '))
            fstrcpy(tok[2],"STDIN");

          /* only take the last part of the filename */
          {
            fstring tmp;
            char *p = strrchr(tok[2],'/');
            if (p)
              {
                fstrcpy(tmp,p+1);
                fstrcpy(tok[2],tmp);
              }
          }


          buf->job = atoi(tok[1]);
          buf->status = strequal(tok[0],"HELD")?LPQ_PAUSED:LPQ_QUEUED;
        buf->priority = 0;
          buf->time = time(NULL);
          fstrcpy(buf->fs_user, tok[3]);
          fstrcpy(buf->fs_file, tok[2]);
      }
      else
      {
          DEBUG(6,("parse_lpq_aix count=%d\n", count));
          return(False);
      }
  }
  else
  {
      /* the 4th and 9th columns must be integer */
      if (!isdigit((int)*tok[3]) || !isdigit((int)*tok[8])) return(False);
      buf->size = atoi(tok[8]) * 1024;
      /* if the fname contains a space then use STDIN */
      if (strchr(tok[4],' '))
        fstrcpy(tok[4],"STDIN");

      /* only take the last part of the filename */
      {
        fstring tmp;
        char *p = strrchr(tok[4],'/');
        if (p)
          {
            fstrcpy(tmp,p+1);
            fstrcpy(tok[4],tmp);
          }
      }


      buf->job = atoi(tok[3]);
      buf->status = strequal(tok[2],"RUNNING")?LPQ_PRINTING:LPQ_QUEUED;
      buf->priority = 0;
      buf->time = time(NULL);
      fstrcpy(buf->fs_user, tok[5]);
      fstrcpy(buf->fs_file, tok[4]);
  }


  return(True);
}


/****************************************************************************
parse a lpq line
here is an example of lpq output under hpux; note there's no space after -o !
$> lpstat -oljplus
ljplus-2153         user           priority 0  Jan 19 08:14 on ljplus
      util.c                                  125697 bytes
      server.c                            110712 bytes
ljplus-2154         user           priority 0  Jan 19 08:14 from client
      (standard input)                          7551 bytes
****************************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_hpux(char * line, print_queue_struct *buf, BOOL first)
{
  /* must read two lines to process, therefore keep some values static */
  static BOOL header_line_ok=False, base_prio_reset=False;
  static fstring jobuser;
  static int jobid;
  static int jobprio;
  static time_t jobtime;
  static int jobstat=LPQ_QUEUED;
  /* to store minimum priority to print, lpstat command should be invoked
     with -p option first, to work */
  static int base_prio;
 
  int count;
  char htab = '\011';  
  const char *cline = line;
  fstring tok[12];

  /* If a line begins with a horizontal TAB, it is a subline type */
  
  if (line[0] == htab) { /* subline */
    /* check if it contains the base priority */
    if (!strncmp(line,"\tfence priority : ",18)) {
       base_prio=atoi(&line[18]);
       DEBUG(4, ("fence priority set at %d\n", base_prio));
    }
    if (!header_line_ok) return (False); /* incorrect header line */
    /* handle the case of "(standard input)" as a filename */
    pstring_sub(line,"standard input","STDIN", False);
    all_string_sub(line,"(","\"",0);
    all_string_sub(line,")","\"",0);
    
    for (count=0; count<2 && next_token(&cline,tok[count],NULL,sizeof(tok[count])); count++) ;
    /* we must get 2 tokens */
    if (count < 2) return(False);
    
    /* the 2nd column must be integer */
    if (!isdigit((int)*tok[1])) return(False);
    
    /* if the fname contains a space then use STDIN */
    if (strchr(tok[0],' '))
      fstrcpy(tok[0],"STDIN");
    
    buf->size = atoi(tok[1]);
    fstrcpy(buf->fs_file,tok[0]);
    
    /* fill things from header line */
    buf->time = jobtime;
    buf->job = jobid;
    buf->status = jobstat;
    buf->priority = jobprio;
    fstrcpy(buf->fs_user, jobuser);
    
    return(True);
  }
  else { /* header line */
    header_line_ok=False; /* reset it */
    if (first) {
       if (!base_prio_reset) {
        base_prio=0; /* reset it */
        base_prio_reset=True;
       }
    }
    else if (base_prio) base_prio_reset=False;
    
    /* handle the dash in the job id */
    pstring_sub(line,"-"," ", False);
    
    for (count=0; count<12 && next_token(&cline,tok[count],NULL,sizeof(tok[count])); count++) ;
      
    /* we must get 8 tokens */
    if (count < 8) return(False);
    
    /* first token must be printer name (cannot check ?) */
    /* the 2nd, 5th & 7th column must be integer */
    if (!isdigit((int)*tok[1]) || !isdigit((int)*tok[4]) || !isdigit((int)*tok[6])) return(False);
    jobid = atoi(tok[1]);
    fstrcpy(jobuser, tok[2]);
    jobprio = atoi(tok[4]);
    
    /* process time */
    jobtime=EntryTime(tok, 5, count, 8);
    if (jobprio < base_prio) {
       jobstat = LPQ_PAUSED;
       DEBUG (4, ("job %d is paused: prio %d < %d; jobstat=%d\n", jobid, jobprio, base_prio, jobstat));
    }
    else {
       jobstat = LPQ_QUEUED;
       if ((count >8) && (((strequal(tok[8],"on")) ||
                     ((strequal(tok[8],"from")) && 
                      ((count > 10)&&(strequal(tok[10],"on")))))))
       jobstat = LPQ_PRINTING;
    }
    
    header_line_ok=True; /* information is correct */
    return(False); /* need subline info to include into queuelist */
  }
}


/****************************************************************************
parse a lpstat line

here is an example of "lpstat -o dcslw" output under sysv

dcslw-896               tridge            4712   Dec 20 10:30:30 on dcslw
dcslw-897               tridge            4712   Dec 20 10:30:30 being held

****************************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_sysv(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
  fstring tok[9];
  int count=0;
  char *p;
  const char *cline = line;
  
  /* 
   * Handle the dash in the job id, but make sure that we skip over
   * the printer name in case we have a dash in that.
   * Patch from Dom.Mitchell@palmerharvey.co.uk.
   */

  /*
   * Move to the first space.
   */
  for (p = line ; !isspace(*p) && *p; p++)
    ;

  /*
   * Back up until the last '-' character or
   * start of line.
   */
  for (; (p >= line) && (*p != '-'); p--)
    ;

  if((p >= line) && (*p == '-'))
    *p = ' ';

  for (count=0; count<9 && next_token(&cline,tok[count],NULL,sizeof(tok[count])); count++)
    ;

  /* we must get 7 tokens */
  if (count < 7)
    return(False);

  /* the 2nd and 4th, 6th columns must be integer */
  if (!isdigit((int)*tok[1]) || !isdigit((int)*tok[3]))
    return(False);
  if (!isdigit((int)*tok[5]))
    return(False);

  /* if the user contains a ! then trim the first part of it */  
  if ((p=strchr(tok[2],'!'))) {
      fstring tmp;
      fstrcpy(tmp,p+1);
      fstrcpy(tok[2],tmp);
  }

  buf->job = atoi(tok[1]);
  buf->size = atoi(tok[3]);
  if (count > 7 && strequal(tok[7],"on"))
    buf->status = LPQ_PRINTING;
  else if (count > 8 && strequal(tok[7],"being") && strequal(tok[8],"held"))
    buf->status = LPQ_PAUSED;
  else
    buf->status = LPQ_QUEUED;
  buf->priority = 0;
  buf->time = EntryTime(tok, 4, count, 7);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_user, tok[2]);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_file, tok[2]);
  return(True);
}

/****************************************************************************
parse a lpq line

here is an example of lpq output under qnx
Spooler: /qnx/spooler, on node 1
Printer: txt        (ready) 
0000:     root    [job #1    ]   active 1146 bytes    /etc/profile
0001:     root    [job #2    ]    ready 2378 bytes    /etc/install
0002:     root    [job #3    ]    ready 1146 bytes    -- standard input --
****************************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_qnx(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
  fstring tok[7];
  int count=0;
  const char *cline = line;

  DEBUG(4,("antes [%s]\n", line));

  /* handle the case of "-- standard input --" as a filename */
  pstring_sub(line,"standard input","STDIN", False);
  DEBUG(4,("despues [%s]\n", line));
  all_string_sub(line,"-- ","\"",0);
  all_string_sub(line," --","\"",0);
  DEBUG(4,("despues 1 [%s]\n", line));

  pstring_sub(line,"[job #","", False);
  pstring_sub(line,"]","", False);
  DEBUG(4,("despues 2 [%s]\n", line));
  
  for (count=0; count<7 && next_token(&cline,tok[count],NULL,sizeof(tok[count])); count++) ;

  /* we must get 7 tokens */
  if (count < 7)
    return(False);

  /* the 3rd and 5th columns must be integer */
  if (!isdigit((int)*tok[2]) || !isdigit((int)*tok[4])) return(False);

  /* only take the last part of the filename */
  {
    fstring tmp;
    char *p = strrchr(tok[6],'/');
    if (p)
      {
      fstrcpy(tmp,p+1);
      fstrcpy(tok[6],tmp);
      }
  }
      

  buf->job = atoi(tok[2]);
  buf->size = atoi(tok[4]);
  buf->status = strequal(tok[3],"active")?LPQ_PRINTING:LPQ_QUEUED;
  buf->priority = 0;
  buf->time = time(NULL);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_user,tok[1]);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_file,tok[6]);
  return(True);
}


/****************************************************************************
  parse a lpq line for the plp printing system
  Bertrand Wallrich <Bertrand.Wallrich@loria.fr>

redone by tridge. Here is a sample queue:

Local  Printer 'lp2' (fjall):
  Printing (started at Jun 15 13:33:58, attempt 1).
    Rank Owner       Pr Opt  Job Host        Files           Size     Date
  active tridge      X  -    6   fjall       /etc/hosts      739      Jun 15 13:33
     3rd tridge      X  -    7   fjall       /etc/hosts      739      Jun 15 13:33

****************************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_plp(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
  fstring tok[11];
  int count=0;
  const char *cline = line;

  /* handle the case of "(standard input)" as a filename */
  pstring_sub(line,"stdin","STDIN", False);
  all_string_sub(line,"(","\"",0);
  all_string_sub(line,")","\"",0);
  
  for (count=0; count<11 && next_token(&cline,tok[count],NULL,sizeof(tok[count])); count++) ;

  /* we must get 11 tokens */
  if (count < 11)
    return(False);

  /* the first must be "active" or begin with an integer */
  if (strcmp(tok[0],"active") && !isdigit((int)tok[0][0]))
    return(False);

  /* the 5th and 8th must be integer */
  if (!isdigit((int)*tok[4]) || !isdigit((int)*tok[7])) 
    return(False);

  /* if the fname contains a space then use STDIN */
  if (strchr(tok[6],' '))
    fstrcpy(tok[6],"STDIN");

  /* only take the last part of the filename */
  {
    fstring tmp;
    char *p = strrchr(tok[6],'/');
    if (p)
      {
        fstrcpy(tmp,p+1);
        fstrcpy(tok[6],tmp);
      }
  }


  buf->job = atoi(tok[4]);

  buf->size = atoi(tok[7]);
  if (strchr(tok[7],'K'))
    buf->size *= 1024;
  if (strchr(tok[7],'M'))
    buf->size *= 1024*1024;

  buf->status = strequal(tok[0],"active")?LPQ_PRINTING:LPQ_QUEUED;
  buf->priority = 0;
  buf->time = time(NULL);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_user,tok[1]);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_file,tok[6]);
  return(True);
}

/****************************************************************************
parse a qstat line

here is an example of "qstat -l -d qms" output under softq

Queue qms: 2 jobs; daemon active (313); enabled; accepting;
 job-ID   submission-time     pri     size owner      title 
205980: H 98/03/09 13:04:05     0    15733 stephenf   chap1.ps
206086:>  98/03/12 17:24:40     0      659 chris      -
206087:   98/03/12 17:24:45     0     4876 chris      -
Total:      21268 bytes in queue


****************************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_softq(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
  fstring tok[10];
  int count=0;
  const char *cline = line;

  /* mung all the ":"s to spaces*/
  pstring_sub(line,":"," ", False);
  
  for (count=0; count<10 && next_token(&cline,tok[count],NULL,sizeof(tok[count])); count++) ;

  /* we must get 9 tokens */
  if (count < 9)
    return(False);

  /* the 1st and 7th columns must be integer */
  if (!isdigit((int)*tok[0]) || !isdigit((int)*tok[6]))  return(False);
  /* if the 2nd column is either '>' or 'H' then the 7th and 8th must be
   * integer, else it's the 6th and 7th that must be
   */
  if (*tok[1] == 'H' || *tok[1] == '>')
    {
      if (!isdigit((int)*tok[7]))
        return(False);
      buf->status = *tok[1] == '>' ? LPQ_PRINTING : LPQ_PAUSED;
      count = 1;
    }
  else
    {
      if (!isdigit((int)*tok[5]))
        return(False);
      buf->status = LPQ_QUEUED;
      count = 0;
    }
      

  buf->job = atoi(tok[0]);
  buf->size = atoi(tok[count+6]);
  buf->priority = atoi(tok[count+5]);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_user,tok[count+7]);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_file,tok[count+8]);
  buf->time = time(NULL);           /* default case: take current time */
  {
    time_t jobtime;
    struct tm *t;

    t = localtime(&buf->time);
    t->tm_mday = atoi(tok[count+2]+6);
    t->tm_mon  = atoi(tok[count+2]+3);
    switch (*tok[count+2])
    {
    case 7: case 8: case 9: t->tm_year = atoi(tok[count+2]); break;
    default:                t->tm_year = atoi(tok[count+2]); break;
    }

    t->tm_hour = atoi(tok[count+3]);
    t->tm_min = atoi(tok[count+4]);
    t->tm_sec = atoi(tok[count+5]);
    jobtime = mktime(t);
    if (jobtime != (time_t)-1)
      buf->time = jobtime; 
  }

  return(True);
}

/*******************************************************************
parse lpq on an NT system

                         Windows 2000 LPD Server
                              Printer \\10.0.0.2\NP17PCL (Paused)

Owner       Status         Jobname          Job-Id    Size   Pages  Priority
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
root (9.99. Printing  /usr/lib/rhs/rhs-pr      3       625      0      1
root (9.99. Paused    /usr/lib/rhs/rhs-pr      4       625      0      1
jmcd        Waiting   Re: Samba Open Sour     26     32476      1      1

********************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_nt(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
#define LPRNT_OWNSIZ 11
#define LPRNT_STATSIZ 9
#define LPRNT_JOBSIZ 19
#define LPRNT_IDSIZ 6
#define LPRNT_SIZSIZ 9
  typedef struct 
  {
    char owner[LPRNT_OWNSIZ];
    char space1;
    char status[LPRNT_STATSIZ];
    char space2;
    char jobname[LPRNT_JOBSIZ];
    char space3;
    char jobid[LPRNT_IDSIZ];
    char space4;
    char size[LPRNT_SIZSIZ];
    char terminator;
  } nt_lpq_line;

  nt_lpq_line parse_line;
#define LPRNT_PRINTING "Printing"
#define LPRNT_WAITING "Waiting"
#define LPRNT_PAUSED "Paused"

  memset(&parse_line, '\0', sizeof(parse_line));
  strncpy((char *) &parse_line, line, sizeof(parse_line) -1);

  if (strlen((char *) &parse_line) != sizeof(parse_line) - 1)
    return(False);

  /* Just want the first word in the owner field - the username */
  if (strchr(parse_line.owner, ' '))
    *(strchr(parse_line.owner, ' ')) = '\0';
  else
    parse_line.space1 = '\0';

  /* Make sure we have an owner */
  if (!strlen(parse_line.owner))
    return(False);

  /* Make sure the status is valid */
  parse_line.space2 = '\0';
  trim_string( parse_line.status, strlen( parse_line.status )+1,
      NULL, 0, " ", sizeof( " " ));
  if (!strequal(parse_line.status, LPRNT_PRINTING) &&
      !strequal(parse_line.status, LPRNT_PAUSED) &&
      !strequal(parse_line.status, LPRNT_WAITING))
    return(False);
  
  parse_line.space3 = '\0';
  trim_string( parse_line.jobname, strlen( parse_line.jobname )+1,
      NULL, 0, " ", sizeof( " " ));

  buf->job = atoi(parse_line.jobid);
  buf->priority = 0;
  buf->size = atoi(parse_line.size);
  buf->time = time(NULL);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_user, parse_line.owner);
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_file, parse_line.jobname);
  if (strequal(parse_line.status, LPRNT_PRINTING))
    buf->status = LPQ_PRINTING;
  else if (strequal(parse_line.status, LPRNT_PAUSED))
    buf->status = LPQ_PAUSED;
  else
    buf->status = LPQ_QUEUED;

  return(True);
}

/*******************************************************************
parse lpq on an OS2 system

JobID  File Name          Rank      Size        Status          Comment       
-----  ---------------    ------    --------    ------------    ------------  
    3  Control                 1          68    Queued          root@psflinu  
    4  /etc/motd               2       11666    Queued          root@psflinu  

********************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_os2(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
#define LPROS2_IDSIZ 5
#define LPROS2_JOBSIZ 15
#define LPROS2_SIZSIZ 8
#define LPROS2_STATSIZ 12
#define LPROS2_OWNSIZ 12
  typedef struct 
  {
    char jobid[LPROS2_IDSIZ];
    char space1[2];
    char jobname[LPROS2_JOBSIZ];
    char space2[14];
    char size[LPROS2_SIZSIZ];
    char space3[4];
    char status[LPROS2_STATSIZ];
    char space4[4];
    char owner[LPROS2_OWNSIZ];
    char terminator;
  } os2_lpq_line;

  os2_lpq_line parse_line;
#define LPROS2_PRINTING "Printing"
#define LPROS2_WAITING "Queued"
#define LPROS2_PAUSED "Paused"

  memset(&parse_line, '\0', sizeof(parse_line));
  strncpy((char *) &parse_line, line, sizeof(parse_line) -1);

  if (strlen((char *) &parse_line) != sizeof(parse_line) - 1)
    return(False);

  /* Get the jobid */
  buf->job = atoi(parse_line.jobid);

  /* Get the job name */
  parse_line.space2[0] = '\0';
  trim_string( parse_line.jobname, strlen( parse_line.jobname )+1,
      NULL, 0, " ", sizeof( " " ));
  fstrcpy(buf->fs_file, parse_line.jobname);

  buf->priority = 0;
  buf->size = atoi(parse_line.size);
  buf->time = time(NULL);

  /* Make sure we have an owner */
  if (!strlen(parse_line.owner))
    return(False);

  /* Make sure we have a valid status */
  parse_line.space4[0] = '\0';
  trim_string( parse_line.status, strlen( parse_line.status )+1,
      NULL, 0, " ", sizeof( " " ));
  if (!strequal(parse_line.status, LPROS2_PRINTING) &&
      !strequal(parse_line.status, LPROS2_PAUSED) &&
      !strequal(parse_line.status, LPROS2_WAITING))
    return(False);

  fstrcpy(buf->fs_user, parse_line.owner);
  if (strequal(parse_line.status, LPROS2_PRINTING))
    buf->status = LPQ_PRINTING;
  else if (strequal(parse_line.status, LPROS2_PAUSED))
    buf->status = LPQ_PAUSED;
  else
    buf->status = LPQ_QUEUED;

  return(True);
}

static const char *stat0_strings[] = { "enabled", "online", "idle", "no entries", "free", "ready", NULL };
static const char *stat1_strings[] = { "offline", "disabled", "down", "off", "waiting", "no daemon", NULL };
static const char *stat2_strings[] = { "jam", "paper", "error", "responding", "not accepting", "not running", "turned off", NULL };

#ifdef DEVELOPER

/****************************************************************************
parse a vlp line
****************************************************************************/
static BOOL parse_lpq_vlp(char *line,print_queue_struct *buf,BOOL first)
{
      int toknum = 0;
      fstring tok;
      const char *cline = line;

      /* First line is printer status */

      if (!isdigit(line[0])) return False;

      /* Parse a print job entry */

      while(next_token(&cline, tok, NULL, sizeof(fstring))) {
            switch (toknum) {
            case 0:
                  buf->job = atoi(tok);
                  break;
            case 1:
                  buf->size = atoi(tok);
                  break;
            case 2:
                  buf->status = atoi(tok);
                  break;
            case 3:
                  buf->time = atoi(tok);
                  break;
            case 4:
                  fstrcpy(buf->fs_user, tok);
                  break;
            case 5:
                  fstrcpy(buf->fs_file, tok);
                  break;
            }
            toknum++;
      }

      return True;
}

#endif /* DEVELOPER */

/****************************************************************************
parse a lpq line. Choose printing style
****************************************************************************/
BOOL parse_lpq_entry(int snum,char *line,
                 print_queue_struct *buf,
                 print_status_struct *status,BOOL first)
{
  BOOL ret;

  switch (lp_printing(snum))
    {
    case PRINT_SYSV:
      ret = parse_lpq_sysv(line,buf,first);
      break;
    case PRINT_AIX:      
      ret = parse_lpq_aix(line,buf,first);
      break;
    case PRINT_HPUX:
      ret = parse_lpq_hpux(line,buf,first);
      break;
    case PRINT_QNX:
      ret = parse_lpq_qnx(line,buf,first);
      break;
    case PRINT_LPRNG:
      ret = parse_lpq_lprng(line,buf,first);
      break;
    case PRINT_PLP:
      ret = parse_lpq_plp(line,buf,first);
      break;
    case PRINT_SOFTQ:
      ret = parse_lpq_softq(line,buf,first);
      break;
    case PRINT_LPRNT:
      ret = parse_lpq_nt(line,buf,first);
      break;
    case PRINT_LPROS2:
      ret = parse_lpq_os2(line,buf,first);
      break;
#ifdef DEVELOPER
    case PRINT_VLP:
    case PRINT_TEST:
          ret = parse_lpq_vlp(line,buf,first);
          break;
#endif /* DEVELOPER */
    default:
      ret = parse_lpq_bsd(line,buf,first);
      break;
    }

  /* We don't want the newline in the status message. */
  {
    char *p = strchr(line,'\n');
    if (p) *p = 0;
  }

  /* in the LPRNG case, we skip lines starting by a space.*/
  if (line && !ret && (lp_printing(snum)==PRINT_LPRNG) )
  {
      if (line[0]==' ')
            return ret;
  }


  if (status && !ret)
    {
      /* a few simple checks to see if the line might be a
         printer status line: 
       handle them so that most severe condition is shown */
      int i;
      strlower(line);
      
      switch (status->status) {
      case LPSTAT_OK:
      for (i=0; stat0_strings[i]; i++)
        if (strstr(line,stat0_strings[i])) {
          StrnCpy(status->message,line,sizeof(status->message)-1);
          status->status=LPSTAT_OK;
          return ret;
        }
      case LPSTAT_STOPPED:
      for (i=0; stat1_strings[i]; i++)
        if (strstr(line,stat1_strings[i])) {
          StrnCpy(status->message,line,sizeof(status->message)-1);
          status->status=LPSTAT_STOPPED;
          return ret;
        }
      case LPSTAT_ERROR:
      for (i=0; stat2_strings[i]; i++)
        if (strstr(line,stat2_strings[i])) {
          StrnCpy(status->message,line,sizeof(status->message)-1);
          status->status=LPSTAT_ERROR;
          return ret;
        }
      break;
      }
    }

  return(ret);
}

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