pidgin/pidgin

Make it possible so that libpurple plugins can use functions defined in libpurple/glibcompat.h

Testing Done:
Compiled on linux and raspberry pi os which fixes that build.

Reviewed at https://reviews.imfreedom.org/r/169/
/* purple
*
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* to list here. Please refer to the COPYRIGHT file distributed with this
* source distribution.
*
* 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
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*
* 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.
*
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* along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02111-1301 USA
*
* TODO Rename the functions so that they live somewhere in the purple
* namespace.
*/
#if !defined(PURPLE_GLOBAL_HEADER_INSIDE) && !defined(PURPLE_COMPILATION)
# error "only <purple.h> may be included directly"
#endif
#ifndef PURPLE_UTIL_H
#define PURPLE_UTIL_H
/**
* SECTION:util
* @section_id: libpurple-util
* @short_description: <filename>util.h</filename>
* @title: Utility Functions
*/
#include <stdio.h>
#include "account.h"
#include "signals.h"
#include "xmlnode.h"
#include "notify.h"
#include "protocols.h"
typedef char *(*PurpleInfoFieldFormatCallback)(const char *field, size_t len);
G_BEGIN_DECLS
/**
* purple_util_set_current_song:
* @title: The title of the song, %NULL to unset the value.
* @artist: The artist of the song, can be %NULL.
* @album: The album of the song, can be %NULL.
*
* Set the appropriate presence values for the currently playing song.
*/
void purple_util_set_current_song(const char *title, const char *artist,
const char *album);
/**
* purple_util_format_song_info:
* @title: The title of the song, %NULL to unset the value.
* @artist: The artist of the song, can be %NULL.
* @album: The album of the song, can be %NULL.
* @unused: Currently unused, must be %NULL.
*
* Format song information.
*
* Returns: The formatted string. The caller must g_free the returned string.
*/
char * purple_util_format_song_info(const char *title, const char *artist,
const char *album, gpointer unused);
/**************************************************************************/
/* Utility Subsystem */
/**************************************************************************/
/**
* purple_util_init:
*
* Initializes the utility subsystem.
*/
void purple_util_init(void);
/**
* purple_util_uninit:
*
* Uninitializes the util subsystem.
*/
void purple_util_uninit(void);
/**************************************************************************/
/* Date/Time Functions */
/**************************************************************************/
/**
* purple_utf8_strftime:
* @format: The format string, in UTF-8
* @tm: The time to format, or %NULL to use the current local time
*
* Formats a time into the specified format.
*
* This is essentially strftime(), but it has a static buffer
* and handles the UTF-8 conversion for the caller.
*
* This function also provides the GNU \%z formatter if the underlying C
* library doesn't. However, the format string parser is very naive, which
* means that conversions specifiers to \%z cannot be guaranteed. The GNU
* strftime(3) man page describes \%z as: 'The time-zone as hour offset from
* GMT. Required to emit RFC822-conformant dates
* (using "\%a, \%d \%b \%Y \%H:\%M:\%S \%z"). (GNU)'
*
* On Windows, this function also converts the results for \%Z from a timezone
* name (as returned by the system strftime() \%Z format string) to a timezone
* abbreviation (as is the case on Unix). As with \%z, conversion specifiers
* should not be used.
*
* Note: @format is required to be in UTF-8. This differs from strftime(),
* where the format is provided in the locale charset.
*
* Returns: The formatted time, in UTF-8.
*/
const char *purple_utf8_strftime(const char *format, const struct tm *tm);
/**
* purple_date_format_full:
* @tm: The time to format, or %NULL to use the current local time
*
* Formats a time into the user's preferred full date and time format.
*
* The returned string is stored in a static buffer, so the result
* should be g_strdup()'d if it's going to be kept.
*
* Returns: The date and time, formatted as per the user's settings. In the
* USA this is something like "Mon Feb 18 15:26:44 2013"
*/
const char *purple_date_format_full(const struct tm *tm);
/**
* PURPLE_NO_TZ_OFF:
*
* Used by purple_str_to_time to indicate no timezone offset was
* specified in the timestamp string.
*/
#define PURPLE_NO_TZ_OFF -500000
/**
* purple_str_to_time:
* @timestamp: The timestamp
* @utc: Assume UTC if no timezone specified
* @tm: If not %NULL, the caller can get a copy of the
* struct tm used to calculate the time_t return value.
* @tz_off: If not %NULL, the caller can get a copy of the
* timezone offset (from UTC) used to calculate the time_t
* return value. Note: Zero is a valid offset. As such,
* the value of the macro PURPLE_NO_TZ_OFF indicates no
* offset was specified (which means that the local
* timezone was used in the calculation).
* @rest: If not %NULL, the caller can get a pointer to the
* part of @timestamp left over after parsing is
* completed, if it's not the end of @timestamp.
*
* Parses a timestamp in jabber, ISO8601, or MM/DD/YYYY format and returns
* a time_t.
*
* Returns: A time_t.
*/
time_t purple_str_to_time(const char *timestamp, gboolean utc,
struct tm *tm, long *tz_off, const char **rest);
/**
* purple_str_to_date_time:
* @timestamp: The timestamp
* @utc: Assume UTC if no timezone specified
*
* Parses a timestamp in jabber, ISO8601, or MM/DD/YYYY format and returns
* a GDateTime.
*
* Returns: (transfer full): A GDateTime.
*/
GDateTime *purple_str_to_date_time(const char *timestamp, gboolean utc);
/**
* purple_time_parse_month:
* @month_abbr: The 3-letter month abbreviation
*
* Get month number suitable for GDateTime. If @month_abbr is unknown,
* returns 0.
*
* Returns: A month number or 0.
*
* Since: 3.0.0
*/
gint purple_time_parse_month(const char *month_abbr);
/**************************************************************************/
/* Markup Functions */
/**************************************************************************/
/**
* purple_markup_escape_text:
* @text: The text to escape
* @length: The length of the text, or -1 if #NULL terminated
*
* Escapes special characters in a plain-text string so they display
* correctly as HTML. For example, &amp; is replaced with &amp;amp; and &lt; is
* replaced with &amp;lt;
*
* This is exactly the same as g_markup_escape_text(), except that it
* does not change ' to &amp;apos; because &amp;apos; is not a valid HTML 4 entity,
* and is displayed literally in IE7.
*/
gchar *purple_markup_escape_text(const gchar *text, gssize length);
/**
* purple_markup_find_tag:
* @needle: The name of the tag
* @haystack: The null-delimited string to search in
* @start: A pointer to the start of the tag if found
* @end: A pointer to the end of the tag if found
* @attributes: The attributes, if the tag was found. This should
* be freed with g_datalist_clear().
*
* Finds an HTML tag matching the given name.
*
* This locates an HTML tag's start and end, and stores its attributes
* in a GData hash table. The names of the attributes are lower-cased
* in the hash table, and the name of the tag is case insensitive.
*
* Returns: TRUE if the tag was found
*/
gboolean purple_markup_find_tag(const char *needle, const char *haystack,
const char **start, const char **end,
GData **attributes);
/**
* purple_markup_html_to_xhtml:
* @html: The HTML markup.
* @dest_xhtml: The destination XHTML output.
* @dest_plain: The destination plain-text output.
*
* Converts HTML markup to XHTML.
*/
void purple_markup_html_to_xhtml(const char *html, char **dest_xhtml,
char **dest_plain);
/**
* purple_markup_strip_html:
* @str: The string to strip HTML from.
*
* Strips HTML tags from a string.
*
* Returns: The new string without HTML. You must g_free this string
* when finished with it.
*/
char *purple_markup_strip_html(const char *str);
/**
* purple_markup_linkify:
* @str: The string to linkify.
*
* Adds the necessary HTML code to turn URIs into HTML links in a string.
*
* Returns: The new string with all URIs surrounded in standard
* HTML &lt;a href="whatever"&gt;&lt;/a&gt; tags. You must g_free()
* this string when finished with it.
*/
char *purple_markup_linkify(const char *str);
/**
* purple_unescape_text:
* @text: The string in which to unescape any HTML entities
*
* Unescapes HTML entities to their literal characters in the text.
* For example "&amp;amp;" is replaced by '&amp;' and so on. Also converts
* numerical entities (e.g. "&amp;\#38;" is also '&amp;').
*
* This function currently supports the following named entities:
* "&amp;amp;", "&amp;lt;", "&amp;gt;", "&amp;copy;", "&amp;quot;",
* "&amp;reg;", "&amp;apos;"
*
* purple_unescape_html() is similar, but also converts "&lt;br&gt;" into "\n".
*
* See purple_unescape_html()
*
* Returns: The text with HTML entities literalized. You must g_free
* this string when finished with it.
*/
char *purple_unescape_text(const char *text);
/**
* purple_unescape_html:
* @html: The string in which to unescape any HTML entities
*
* Unescapes HTML entities to their literal characters and converts
* "&lt;br&gt;" to "\n". See purple_unescape_text() for more details.
*
* See purple_unescape_text()
*
* Returns: The text with HTML entities literalized. You must g_free
* this string when finished with it.
*/
char *purple_unescape_html(const char *html);
/**
* purple_markup_slice:
* @str: The input NUL terminated, HTML, UTF-8 (or ASCII) string.
* @x: The character offset into an unformatted version of str to
* begin at.
* @y: The character offset (into an unformatted vesion of str) of
* one past the last character to include in the slice.
*
* Returns a newly allocated substring of the HTML UTF-8 string "str".
* The markup is preserved such that the substring will have the same
* formatting as original string, even though some tags may have been
* opened before "x", or may close after "y". All open tags are closed
* at the end of the returned string, in the proper order.
*
* Note that x and y are in character offsets, not byte offsets, and
* are offsets into an unformatted version of str. Because of this,
* this function may be sensitive to changes in GtkIMHtml and may break
* when used with other UI's. libpurple users are encouraged to report and
* work out any problems encountered.
*
* Returns: The HTML slice of string, with all formatting retained.
*/
char *purple_markup_slice(const char *str, guint x, guint y);
/**
* purple_markup_get_tag_name:
* @tag: The string starting a HTML tag.
*
* Returns a newly allocated string containing the name of the tag
* located at "tag". Tag is expected to point to a '<', and contain
* a '>' sometime after that. If there is no '>' and the string is
* not NUL terminated, this function can be expected to segfault.
*
* Returns: A string containing the name of the tag.
*/
char *purple_markup_get_tag_name(const char *tag);
/**
* purple_markup_unescape_entity:
* @text: A string containing an HTML entity.
* @length: If not %NULL, the string length of the entity is stored in this location.
*
* Returns a constant string of the character representation of the HTML
* entity pointed to by @text. For example, purple_markup_unescape_entity("&amp;amp;")
* will return "&amp;". The @text variable is expected to point to an '&amp;',
* the first character of the entity. If given an unrecognized entity, the function
* returns %NULL.
*
* Note that this function, unlike purple_unescape_html(), does not search
* the string for the entity, does not replace the entity, and does not
* return a newly allocated string.
*
* Returns: A constant string containing the character representation of the given entity.
*/
const char * purple_markup_unescape_entity(const char *text, int *length);
/**
* purple_markup_get_css_property:
* @style: A string containing the inline CSS text.
* @opt: The requested CSS property.
*
* Returns a newly allocated string containing the value of the CSS property specified
* in opt. The @style argument is expected to point to a HTML inline CSS.
* The function will seek for the CSS property and return its value.
*
* For example, purple_markup_get_css_property("direction:rtl;color:#dc4d1b;",
* "color") would return "#dc4d1b".
*
* On error or if the requested property was not found, the function returns
* %NULL.
*
* Returns: The value of the requested CSS property.
*/
char * purple_markup_get_css_property(const gchar *style, const gchar *opt);
/**
* purple_markup_is_rtl:
* @html: The HTML text.
*
* Check if the given HTML contains RTL text.
*
* Returns: TRUE if the text contains RTL text, FALSE otherwise.
*/
gboolean purple_markup_is_rtl(const char *html);
/**************************************************************************/
/* Path/Filename Functions */
/**************************************************************************/
/**
* purple_home_dir:
*
* Returns the user's home directory.
*
* See purple_user_dir()
*
* Returns: The user's home directory.
*/
const gchar *purple_home_dir(void);
/**
* purple_user_dir:
*
* Returns the purple settings directory in the user's home directory.
* This is usually $HOME/.purple
*
* See purple_home_dir()
*
* Returns: The purple settings directory.
*
* Deprecated: Use purple_cache_dir(), purple_config_dir() or
* purple_data_dir() instead.
*/
G_DEPRECATED_FOR(purple_cache_dir or purple_config_dir or purple_data_dir)
const char *purple_user_dir(void);
/**
* purple_cache_dir:
*
* Returns the purple cache directory according to XDG Base Directory Specification.
* This is usually $HOME/.cache/purple.
* If custom user dir was specified then this is cache
* sub-directory of DIR argument passed to -c option.
*
* Returns: The purple cache directory.
*/
const gchar *purple_cache_dir(void);
/**
* purple_config_dir:
*
* Returns the purple configuration directory according to XDG Base Directory Specification.
* This is usually $HOME/.config/purple.
* If custom user dir was specified then this is config
* sub-directory of DIR argument passed to -c option.
*
* Returns: The purple configuration directory.
*/
const gchar *purple_config_dir(void);
/**
* purple_data_dir:
*
* Returns the purple data directory according to XDG Base Directory Specification.
* This is usually $HOME/.local/share/purple.
* If custom user dir was specified then this is data
* sub-directory of DIR argument passed to -c option.
*
* Returns: The purple data directory.
*/
const gchar *purple_data_dir(void);
/**
* purple_move_to_xdg_base_dir:
* @purple_xdg_dir: The path to cache, config or data dir.
* Use respective function
* @path: File or directory in purple_user_dir
*
* Moves file or directory from legacy user dir to XDG
* based dir.
*
* Returns: TRUE if moved successfully, FALSE otherwise
*/
gboolean
purple_move_to_xdg_base_dir(const char *purple_xdg_dir, char *path);
/**
* purple_util_set_user_dir:
* @dir: The custom settings directory
*
* Define a custom purple settings directory, overriding the default (user's home directory/.purple)
*/
void purple_util_set_user_dir(const char *dir);
/**
* purple_util_write_data_to_file:
* @filename: The basename of the file to write in the purple_user_dir.
* @data: A string of data to write.
* @size: The size of the data to save. If data is
* null-terminated you can pass in -1.
*
* Write a string of data to a file of the given name in the Purple
* user directory ($HOME/.purple by default). The data is typically
* a serialized version of one of Purple's config files, such as
* prefs.xml, accounts.xml, etc. And the string is typically
* obtained using purple_xmlnode_to_formatted_str. However, this function
* should work fine for saving binary files as well.
*
* Returns: TRUE if the file was written successfully. FALSE otherwise.
*
* Deprecated: Use purple_util_write_data_to_cache_file(),
* purple_util_write_data_to_config_file() or
* purple_util_write_data_to_data_file() instead.
*/
G_DEPRECATED_FOR(purple_util_write_data_to_cache_file or purple_util_write_data_to_config_file or purple_util_write_data_to_data_file)
gboolean purple_util_write_data_to_file(const char *filename, const char *data,
gssize size);
/**
* purple_util_write_data_to_cache_file:
* @filename: The basename of the file to write in the purple_cache_dir.
* @data: A string of data to write.
* @size: The size of the data to save. If data is
* null-terminated you can pass in -1.
*
* Write a string of data to a file of the given name in the Purple
* cache directory ($HOME/.cache/purple by default).
*
* See purple_util_write_data_to_file()
*
* Returns: TRUE if the file was written successfully. FALSE otherwise.
*/
gboolean
purple_util_write_data_to_cache_file(const char *filename, const char *data, gssize size);
/**
* purple_util_write_data_to_config_file:
* @filename: The basename of the file to write in the purple_config_dir.
* @data: A string of data to write.
* @size: The size of the data to save. If data is
* null-terminated you can pass in -1.
*
* Write a string of data to a file of the given name in the Purple
* config directory ($HOME/.config/purple by default).
*
* See purple_util_write_data_to_file()
*
* Returns: TRUE if the file was written successfully. FALSE otherwise.
*/
gboolean
purple_util_write_data_to_config_file(const char *filename, const char *data, gssize size);
/**
* purple_util_write_data_to_data_file:
* @filename: The basename of the file to write in the purple_data_dir.
* @data: A string of data to write.
* @size: The size of the data to save. If data is
* null-terminated you can pass in -1.
*
* Write a string of data to a file of the given name in the Purple
* data directory ($HOME/.local/share/purple by default).
*
* See purple_util_write_data_to_file()
*
* Returns: TRUE if the file was written successfully. FALSE otherwise.
*/
gboolean
purple_util_write_data_to_data_file(const char *filename, const char *data, gssize size);
/**
* purple_util_write_data_to_file_absolute:
* @filename_full: Filename to write to
* @data: A string of data to write.
* @size: The size of the data to save. If data is
* null-terminated you can pass in -1.
*
* Write data to a file using the absolute path.
*
* This exists for Glib backwards compatibility reasons.
*
* See purple_util_write_data_to_file()
*
* Returns: TRUE if the file was written successfully. FALSE otherwise.
*/
/* TODO: Remove this function (use g_file_set_contents instead) when 3.0.0
* rolls around. */
gboolean
purple_util_write_data_to_file_absolute(const char *filename_full, const char *data, gssize size);
/**
* purple_util_read_xml_from_file:
* @filename: The basename of the file to open in the purple_user_dir.
* @description: A very short description of the contents of this
* file. This is used in error messages shown to the
* user when the file can not be opened. For example,
* "preferences," or "buddy pounces."
*
* Read the contents of a given file and parse the results into an
* PurpleXmlNode tree structure. This is intended to be used to read
* Purple's configuration xml files (prefs.xml, pounces.xml, etc.)
*
* Returns: An PurpleXmlNode tree of the contents of the given file. Or NULL, if
* the file does not exist or there was an error reading the file.
*
* Deprecated: Use purple_util_read_xml_from_cache_file(),
* purple_util_read_xml_from_config_file() or
* purple_util_read_xml_from_data_file() instead.
*/
G_DEPRECATED_FOR(purple_util_read_xml_from_cache_file or purple_util_read_xml_from_config_file or purple_util_read_xml_from_data_file)
PurpleXmlNode *purple_util_read_xml_from_file(const char *filename,
const char *description);
/**
* purple_util_read_xml_from_cache_file:
* @filename: The basename of the file to open in the purple_cache_dir.
* @description: A very short description of the contents of this
* file. This is used in error messages shown to the
* user when the file can not be opened. For example,
* "preferences," or "buddy pounces."
*
* Read the contents of a given file and parse the results into an
* PurpleXmlNode tree structure. This is intended to be used to read
* Purple's cache xml files (xmpp-caps.xml, etc.)
*
* Returns: An PurpleXmlNode tree of the contents of the given file. Or NULL, if
* the file does not exist or there was an error reading the file.
*/
PurpleXmlNode *
purple_util_read_xml_from_cache_file(const char *filename, const char *description);
/**
* purple_util_read_xml_from_config_file:
* @filename: The basename of the file to open in the purple_config_dir.
* @description: A very short description of the contents of this
* file. This is used in error messages shown to the
* user when the file can not be opened. For example,
* "preferences," or "buddy pounces."
*
* Read the contents of a given file and parse the results into an
* PurpleXmlNode tree structure. This is intended to be used to read
* Purple's config xml files (prefs.xml, pounces.xml, etc.)
*
* Returns: An PurpleXmlNode tree of the contents of the given file. Or NULL, if
* the file does not exist or there was an error reading the file.
*/
PurpleXmlNode *
purple_util_read_xml_from_config_file(const char *filename, const char *description);
/**
* purple_util_read_xml_from_data_file:
* @filename: The basename of the file to open in the purple_data_dir.
* @description: A very short description of the contents of this
* file. This is used in error messages shown to the
* user when the file can not be opened. For example,
* "preferences," or "buddy pounces."
*
* Read the contents of a given file and parse the results into an
* PurpleXmlNode tree structure. This is intended to be used to read
* Purple's cache xml files (accounts.xml, etc.)
*
* Returns: An PurpleXmlNode tree of the contents of the given file. Or NULL, if
* the file does not exist or there was an error reading the file.
*/
PurpleXmlNode *
purple_util_read_xml_from_data_file(const char *filename, const char *description);
/**
* purple_mkstemp:
* @path: The returned path to the temp file.
* @binary: Text or binary, for platforms where it matters.
*
* Creates a temporary file and returns a file pointer to it.
*
* This is like mkstemp(), but returns a file pointer and uses a
* pre-set template. It uses the semantics of tempnam() for the
* directory to use and allocates the space for the file path.
*
* The caller is responsible for closing the file and removing it when
* done, as well as freeing the space pointed to by @path with
* g_free().
*
* Returns: A file pointer to the temporary file, or %NULL on failure.
*/
FILE *purple_mkstemp(char **path, gboolean binary);
/**************************************************************************/
/* Environment Detection Functions */
/**************************************************************************/
/**
* purple_program_is_valid:
* @program: The file name of the application.
*
* Checks if the given program name is valid and executable.
*
* Returns: TRUE if the program is runable.
*/
gboolean purple_program_is_valid(const char *program);
/**
* purple_running_gnome:
*
* Check if running GNOME.
*
* Returns: TRUE if running GNOME, FALSE otherwise.
*/
gboolean purple_running_gnome(void);
/**
* purple_running_kde:
*
* Check if running KDE.
*
* Returns: TRUE if running KDE, FALSE otherwise.
*/
gboolean purple_running_kde(void);
/**
* purple_running_osx:
*
* Check if running OS X.
*
* Returns: TRUE if running OS X, FALSE otherwise.
*/
gboolean purple_running_osx(void);
/**
* purple_socket_get_family:
* @fd: The socket file descriptor.
*
* Returns the address family of a socket.
*
* Returns: The address family of the socket (AF_INET, AF_INET6, etc) or -1
* on error.
*/
int purple_socket_get_family(int fd);
/**
* purple_socket_speaks_ipv4:
* @fd: The socket file descriptor
*
* Returns TRUE if a socket is capable of speaking IPv4.
*
* This is the case for IPv4 sockets and, on some systems, IPv6 sockets
* (due to the IPv4-mapped address functionality).
*
* Returns: TRUE if a socket can speak IPv4.
*/
gboolean purple_socket_speaks_ipv4(int fd);
/**************************************************************************/
/* String Functions */
/**************************************************************************/
/**
* purple_strequal:
* @left: A string
* @right: A string to compare with left
*
* Tests two strings for equality.
*
* Unlike strcmp(), this function will not crash if one or both of the
* strings are %NULL.
*
* Returns: %TRUE if the strings are the same, else %FALSE.
*/
static inline gboolean
purple_strequal(const gchar *left, const gchar *right)
{
return (g_strcmp0(left, right) == 0);
}
/**
* purple_normalize:
* @account: The account the string belongs to, or NULL if you do
* not know the account. If you use NULL, the string
* will still be normalized, but if the protocol uses a
* custom normalization function then the string may
* not be normalized correctly.
* @str: The string to normalize.
*
* Normalizes a string, so that it is suitable for comparison.
*
* The returned string will point to a static buffer, so if the
* string is intended to be kept long-term, you <emphasis>must</emphasis>
* g_strdup() it. Also, calling normalize() twice in the same line
* will lead to problems.
*
* Returns: A pointer to the normalized version stored in a static buffer.
*/
const char *purple_normalize(PurpleAccount *account, const char *str);
/**
* purple_normalize_nocase:
* @account: The account the string belongs to.
* @str: The string to normalize.
*
* Normalizes a string, so that it is suitable for comparison.
*
* This is one possible implementation for the protocol callback
* function "normalize." It returns a lowercase and UTF-8
* normalized version of the string.
*
* Returns: A pointer to the normalized version stored in a static buffer.
*/
const char *purple_normalize_nocase(const PurpleAccount *account, const char *str);
/**
* purple_validate:
* @protocol: The protocol the string belongs to.
* @str: The string to validate.
*
* Checks, if a string is valid.
*
* Returns: TRUE, if string is valid, otherwise FALSE.
*/
gboolean purple_validate(const PurpleProtocol *protocol, const char *str);
/**
* purple_str_has_caseprefix:
* @s: The string to check.
* @p: The prefix in question.
*
* Compares two strings to see if the first contains the second as
* a proper case-insensitive prefix.
*
* Returns: %TRUE if @p is a prefix of @s, otherwise %FALSE.
*/
gboolean
purple_str_has_caseprefix(const gchar *s, const gchar *p);
/**
* purple_strdup_withhtml:
* @src: The source string.
*
* Duplicates a string and replaces all newline characters from the
* source string with HTML linebreaks.
*
* Returns: The new string. Must be g_free'd by the caller.
*/
gchar *purple_strdup_withhtml(const gchar *src);
/**
* purple_str_add_cr:
* @str: The source string.
*
* Ensures that all linefeeds have a matching carriage return.
*
* Returns: The string with carriage returns.
*/
char *purple_str_add_cr(const char *str);
/**
* purple_str_strip_char:
* @str: The string to strip characters from.
* @thechar: The character to strip from the given string.
*
* Strips all instances of the given character from the
* given string. The string is modified in place. This
* is useful for stripping new line characters, for example.
*
* Example usage:
* purple_str_strip_char(my_dumb_string, '\n');
*/
void purple_str_strip_char(char *str, char thechar);
/**
* purple_util_chrreplace:
* @string: The string from which to replace stuff.
* @delimiter: The character you want replaced.
* @replacement: The character you want inserted in place
* of the delimiting character.
*
* Given a string, this replaces all instances of one character
* with another. This happens inline (the original string IS
* modified).
*/
void purple_util_chrreplace(char *string, char delimiter,
char replacement);
/**
* purple_strreplace:
* @string: The string from which to replace stuff.
* @delimiter: The substring you want replaced.
* @replacement: The substring you want inserted in place
* of the delimiting substring.
*
* Given a string, this replaces one substring with another
* and returns a newly allocated string.
*
* Returns: A new string, after performing the substitution.
* free this with g_free().
*/
gchar *purple_strreplace(const char *string, const char *delimiter,
const char *replacement);
/**
* purple_utf8_ncr_encode:
* @in: The string which might contain utf-8 substrings
*
* Given a string, this replaces any utf-8 substrings in that string with
* the corresponding numerical character reference, and returns a newly
* allocated string.
*
* Returns: A new string, with utf-8 replaced with numerical character
* references, free this with g_free()
*/
char *purple_utf8_ncr_encode(const char *in);
/**
* purple_utf8_ncr_decode:
* @in: The string which might contain numerical character references.
*
* Given a string, this replaces any numerical character references
* in that string with the corresponding actual utf-8 substrings,
* and returns a newly allocated string.
*
* Returns: A new string, with numerical character references
* replaced with actual utf-8, free this with g_free().
*/
char *purple_utf8_ncr_decode(const char *in);
/**
* purple_strcasereplace:
* @string: The string from which to replace stuff.
* @delimiter: The substring you want replaced.
* @replacement: The substring you want inserted in place
* of the delimiting substring.
*
* Given a string, this replaces one substring with another
* ignoring case and returns a newly allocated string.
*
* Returns: A new string, after performing the substitution.
* free this with g_free().
*/
gchar *purple_strcasereplace(const char *string, const char *delimiter,
const char *replacement);
/**
* purple_strcasestr:
* @haystack: The string to search in.
* @needle: The substring to find.
*
* This is like strstr, except that it ignores ASCII case in
* searching for the substring.
*
* Returns: the location of the substring if found, or NULL if not
*/
const char *purple_strcasestr(const char *haystack, const char *needle);
/**
* purple_str_seconds_to_string:
* @sec: The seconds.
*
* Converts seconds into a human-readable form.
*
* Returns: A human-readable form, containing days, hours, minutes, and
* seconds.
*/
char *purple_str_seconds_to_string(guint sec);
/**
* purple_utf16_size:
* @str: String to check.
*
* Calculates UTF-16 string size (in bytes).
*
* Returns: Number of bytes (including NUL character) that string occupies.
*/
size_t purple_utf16_size(const gunichar2 *str);
/**
* purple_str_wipe:
* @str: A NUL-terminated string to free, or a NULL-pointer.
*
* Fills a NUL-terminated string with zeros and frees it.
*
* It should be used to free sensitive data, like passwords.
*/
void purple_str_wipe(gchar *str);
/**
* purple_utf16_wipe:
* @str: A NUL-terminated string to free, or a NULL-pointer.
*
* Fills a NUL-terminated UTF-16 string with zeros and frees it.
*
* It should be used to free sensitive data, like passwords.
*/
void purple_utf16_wipe(gunichar2 *str);
/**************************************************************************/
/* URI/URL Functions */
/**************************************************************************/
void purple_got_protocol_handler_uri(const char *uri);
/**
* purple_url_decode:
* @str: The string to translate.
*
* Decodes a URL into a plain string.
*
* This will change hex codes and such to their ascii equivalents.
*
* Returns: The resulting string.
*/
const char *purple_url_decode(const char *str);
/**
* purple_url_encode:
* @str: The string to translate.
*
* Encodes a URL into an escaped string.
*
* This will change non-alphanumeric characters to hex codes.
*
* Returns: The resulting string.
*/
const char *purple_url_encode(const char *str);
/**
* purple_email_is_valid:
* @address: The email address to validate.
*
* Checks if the given email address is syntactically valid.
*
* Returns: True if the email address is syntactically correct.
*/
gboolean purple_email_is_valid(const char *address);
/**
* purple_uri_list_extract_uris:
* @uri_list: An uri-list in the standard format.
*
* This function extracts a list of URIs from the a "text/uri-list"
* string. It was "borrowed" from gnome_uri_list_extract_uris
*
* Returns: (element-type utf8) (transfer full): A list of strings that have
* been split from uri-list.
*/
GList *purple_uri_list_extract_uris(const gchar *uri_list);
/**
* purple_uri_list_extract_filenames:
* @uri_list: A uri-list in the standard format.
*
* This function extracts a list of filenames from a
* "text/uri-list" string. It was "borrowed" from
* gnome_uri_list_extract_filenames
*
* Returns: (element-type utf8) (transfer full): A list of strings that contain
* the filenames in the uri-list. Note that unlike the
* purple_uri_list_extract_uris() function, this will discard any
* non-file uri from the result value.
*/
GList *purple_uri_list_extract_filenames(const gchar *uri_list);
/**
* purple_uri_escape_for_open:
* @unescaped: The unescaped URI.
*
* This function escapes any characters that might be interpreted by the shell
* when executing a program to open a URI on some systems.
*
* Returns: A newly allocated string with any shell metacharacters replaced
* with their escaped equivalents.
*
* Since: 2.13.0
*/
char *purple_uri_escape_for_open(const char *unescaped);
/**************************************************************************
* UTF8 String Functions
**************************************************************************/
/**
* purple_utf8_try_convert:
* @str: The source string.
*
* Attempts to convert a string to UTF-8 from an unknown encoding.
*
* This function checks the locale and tries sane defaults.
*
* Returns: The UTF-8 string, or %NULL if it could not be converted.
*/
gchar *purple_utf8_try_convert(const char *str);
/**
* purple_utf8_strip_unprintables:
* @str: A valid UTF-8 string.
*
* Removes unprintable characters from a UTF-8 string. These characters
* (in particular low-ASCII characters) are invalid in XML 1.0 and thus
* are not allowed in XMPP and are rejected by libxml2 by default.
*
* The returned string must be freed by the caller.
*
* Returns: A newly allocated UTF-8 string without the unprintable characters.
*/
gchar *purple_utf8_strip_unprintables(const gchar *str);
/**
* purple_gai_strerror:
* @errnum: The error code.
*
* Return the UTF-8 version of #gai_strerror. It calls #gai_strerror
* then converts the result to UTF-8. This function is analogous to
* g_strerror().
*
* Returns: The UTF-8 error message.
*/
const gchar *purple_gai_strerror(gint errnum);
/**
* purple_utf8_strcasecmp:
* @a: The first string.
* @b: The second string.
*
* Compares two UTF-8 strings case-insensitively. This comparison is
* more expensive than a simple g_utf8_collate() comparison because
* it calls g_utf8_casefold() on each string, which allocates new
* strings.
*
* Returns: -1 if @a is less than @b.
* 0 if @a is equal to @b.
* 1 if @a is greater than @b.
*/
int purple_utf8_strcasecmp(const char *a, const char *b);
/**
* purple_utf8_has_word:
* @haystack: The string to search in.
* @needle: The substring to find.
*
* Case insensitive search for a word in a string. The needle string
* must be contained in the haystack string and not be immediately
* preceded or immediately followed by another alpha-numeric character.
*
* Returns: TRUE if haystack has the word, otherwise FALSE
*/
gboolean purple_utf8_has_word(const char *haystack, const char *needle);
/**
* purple_message_meify:
* @message: The message to check
* @len: The message length, or -1
*
* Checks for messages starting (post-HTML) with "/me ", including the space.
*
* Returns: TRUE if it starts with "/me ", and it has been removed, otherwise
* FALSE
*/
gboolean purple_message_meify(char *message, gssize len);
/**
* purple_text_strip_mnemonic:
* @in: The string to strip
*
* Removes the underscore characters from a string used identify the mnemonic
* character.
*
* Returns: The stripped string
*/
char *purple_text_strip_mnemonic(const char *in);
/**
* purple_unescape_filename:
* @str: The string to translate.
*
* Does the reverse of purple_escape_filename
*
* This will change hex codes and such to their ascii equivalents.
*
* Returns: The resulting string.
*/
const char *purple_unescape_filename(const char *str);
/**
* purple_escape_filename:
* @str: The string to translate.
*
* Escapes filesystem-unfriendly characters from a filename
*
* Returns: The resulting string.
*/
const char *purple_escape_filename(const char *str);
/**
* purple_value_new:
* @type: The type of data to be held by the GValue
*
* Creates a new GValue of the specified type.
*
* Returns: The created GValue
*/
GValue *purple_value_new(GType type);
/**
* purple_value_dup:
* @value: The GValue to duplicate
*
* Duplicates a GValue.
*
* Returns: The duplicated GValue
*/
GValue *purple_value_dup(GValue *value);
/**
* purple_value_free:
* @value: The GValue to free.
*
* Frees a GValue.
*/
void purple_value_free(GValue *value);
G_END_DECLS
#endif /* PURPLE_UTIL_H */