Sat Nov 25 02:48:47 1995 Ulrich Drepper <drepper@gnu.ai.mit.edu>
[kopensolaris-gnu/glibc.git] / posix / getconf.c
index c0bd629..7423a77 100644 (file)
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-/* Copyright (C) 1991, 1992 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
+/* Copyright (C) 1991, 1992, 1995 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
 This file is part of the GNU C Library.
 
 The GNU C Library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
@@ -24,52 +24,49 @@ Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.  */
 #include <stdio.h>
 
 struct conf
-    {
-      CONST char *name;
-      CONST int call_name;
-      CONST enum
-         {
-           SYSCONF, CONFSTR, PATHCONF
-         } call;
-    };
+  {
+    CONST char *name;
+    CONST int call_name;
+    CONST enum { SYSCONF, CONFSTR, PATHCONF } call;
+  };
 
 static struct conf vars[] =
-{
-  {"LINK_MAX", _PC_LINK_MAX, PATHCONF},
-  {"MAX_CANON", _PC_MAX_CANON, PATHCONF},
-  {"MAX_INPUT", _PC_MAX_INPUT, PATHCONF},
-  {"NAME_MAX", _PC_NAME_MAX, PATHCONF},
-  {"PATH_MAX", _PC_PATH_MAX, PATHCONF},
-  {"PIPE_BUF", _PC_PIPE_BUF, PATHCONF},
-  {"_POSIX_CHOWN_RESTRICTED", _PC_CHOWN_RESTRICTED, PATHCONF},
-  {"_POSIX_NO_TRUNC", _PC_NO_TRUNC, PATHCONF},
-  {"_POSIX_VDISABLE", _PC_VDISABLE, PATHCONF},
-
-  {"ARG_MAX", _SC_ARG_MAX, SYSCONF},
-  {"CHILD_MAX", _SC_CHILD_MAX, SYSCONF},
-  {"CLK_TCK", _SC_CLK_TCK, SYSCONF},
-  {"NGROUPS_MAX", _SC_NGROUPS_MAX, SYSCONF},
-  {"OPEN_MAX", _SC_OPEN_MAX, SYSCONF},
-  {"_POSIX_JOB_CONTROL", _SC_JOB_CONTROL, SYSCONF},
-  {"_POSIX_SAVED_IDS", _SC_SAVED_IDS, SYSCONF},
-  {"_POSIX_VERSION", _SC_VERSION, SYSCONF},
-
-  {"PATH", _CS_PATH, CONFSTR},
-
-  {NULL, 0, SYSCONF}
-};
+  {
+    { "LINK_MAX", _PC_LINK_MAX, PATHCONF },
+    { "MAX_CANON", _PC_MAX_CANON, PATHCONF },
+    { "MAX_INPUT", _PC_MAX_INPUT, PATHCONF },
+    { "NAME_MAX", _PC_NAME_MAX, PATHCONF },
+    { "PATH_MAX", _PC_PATH_MAX, PATHCONF },
+    { "PIPE_BUF", _PC_PIPE_BUF, PATHCONF },
+    { "_POSIX_CHOWN_RESTRICTED", _PC_CHOWN_RESTRICTED, PATHCONF },
+    { "_POSIX_NO_TRUNC", _PC_NO_TRUNC, PATHCONF },
+    { "_POSIX_VDISABLE", _PC_VDISABLE, PATHCONF },
+
+    { "ARG_MAX", _SC_ARG_MAX, SYSCONF },
+    { "CHILD_MAX", _SC_CHILD_MAX, SYSCONF },
+    { "CLK_TCK", _SC_CLK_TCK, SYSCONF },
+    { "NGROUPS_MAX", _SC_NGROUPS_MAX, SYSCONF },
+    { "OPEN_MAX", _SC_OPEN_MAX, SYSCONF },
+    { "_POSIX_JOB_CONTROL", _SC_JOB_CONTROL, SYSCONF },
+    { "_POSIX_SAVED_IDS", _SC_SAVED_IDS, SYSCONF },
+    { "_POSIX_VERSION", _SC_VERSION, SYSCONF },
+
+    { "PATH", _CS_PATH, CONFSTR },
+
+    { NULL, 0, SYSCONF }
+  };
 
 static CONST char *program;
 
 static void
-DEFUN_VOID (usage)
+DEFUN_VOID(usage)
 {
-  fprintf (stderr, "Usage: %s variable_name [pathname]\n", program);
+  fprintf (stderr, _("Usage: %s variable_name [pathname]\n"), program);
   exit (2);
 }
 
 int
-DEFUN (main, (argc, argv), int argc AND char **argv)
+DEFUN(main, (argc, argv), int argc AND char **argv)
 {
   register CONST struct conf *c;
 
@@ -84,54 +81,54 @@ DEFUN (main, (argc, argv), int argc AND char **argv)
 
   for (c = vars; c->name != NULL; ++c)
     if (!strcmp (c->name, argv[1]))
-       {
-         long int value;
-         size_t clen;
-         char *cvalue;
-         switch (c->call)
+      {
+       long int value;
+       size_t clen;
+       char *cvalue;
+       switch (c->call)
+         {
+         case PATHCONF:
+           if (argc < 3)
+             usage ();
+           value = pathconf (argv[2], c->call_name);
+           if (value == -1)
+             {
+               fprintf (stderr, "%s: pathconf: %s: %s\n",
+                        program, argv[2], strerror (errno));
+               exit (3);
+             }
+           printf ("%ld\n", value);
+           exit (0);
+
+         case SYSCONF:
+           if (argc > 2)
+             usage ();
+           value = sysconf (c->call_name);
+           printf ("%ld\n", value);
+           exit (0);
+
+         case CONFSTR:
+           if (argc > 2)
+             usage ();
+           clen = confstr (c->call_name, (char *) NULL, 0);
+           cvalue = (char *) malloc (clen);
+           if (cvalue == NULL)
+             {
+               fprintf (stderr, "%s: malloc: %s\n",
+                        program, strerror (errno));
+               exit (3);
+             }
+           if (confstr (c->call_name, cvalue, clen) != clen)
              {
-             case PATHCONF:
-               if (argc < 3)
-                 usage ();
-               value = pathconf (argv[2], c->call_name);
-               if (value == -1)
-                   {
-                     fprintf (stderr, "%s: pathconf: %s: %s\n",
-                              program, argv[2], strerror (errno));
-                     exit (3);
-                   }
-               printf ("%ld\n", value);
-               exit (0);
-
-             case SYSCONF:
-               if (argc > 2)
-                 usage ();
-               value = sysconf (c->call_name);
-               printf ("%ld\n", value);
-               exit (0);
-
-             case CONFSTR:
-               if (argc > 2)
-                 usage ();
-               clen = confstr (c->call_name, (char *) NULL, 0);
-               cvalue = (char *) malloc (clen);
-               if (cvalue == NULL)
-                   {
-                     fprintf (stderr, "%s: malloc: %s\n",
-                              program, strerror (errno));
-                     exit (3);
-                   }
-               if (confstr (c->call_name, cvalue, clen) != clen)
-                   {
-                     fprintf (stderr, "%s: confstr: %s\n",
-                              program, strerror (errno));
-                     exit (3);
-                   }
-               printf ("%.*s\n", (int) clen, cvalue);
-               exit (0);
+               fprintf (stderr, "%s: confstr: %s\n",
+                        program, strerror (errno));
+               exit (3);
              }
-       }
+           printf ("%.*s\n", (int) clen, cvalue);
+           exit (0);
+         }
+      }
 
-  fprintf (stderr, "%s: Unrecognized variable `%s'\n", program, argv[1]);
+  fprintf (stderr, _("%s: Unrecognized variable `%s'\n"), program, argv[1]);
   exit (2);
 }