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/* $Xorg: Init.c,v 1.5 2001/03/07 17:31:33 pookie Exp $ */
/*
(c) Copyright 1996 Hewlett-Packard Company
(c) Copyright 1996 International Business Machines Corp.
(c) Copyright 1996-2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
(c) Copyright 1996 Novell, Inc.
(c) Copyright 1996 Digital Equipment Corp.
(c) Copyright 1996 Fujitsu Limited
(c) Copyright 1996 Hitachi, Ltd.
(c) Copyright 2003-2004 Roland Mainz <roland.mainz@nrubsig.org>

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/*******************************************************************
**
**    *********************************************************
**    *
**    *  File:          printer/Init.c
**    *
**    *  Contents:
**    *                 The InitOutput routine here would presumably
**    *                 be called from the normal server's InitOutput
**    *                 after all display screens have been added.
**    *                 There is are ifdef'd routines suitable for
**    *                 use in building a printer-only server.  Turn
**    *                 on the "PRINTER_ONLY_SERVER" define if this is
**    *                 to be the only ddx-level driver.
**    *
**    *  Copyright:     Copyright 1993,1995 Hewlett-Packard Company
**    *
**    *********************************************************
** 
********************************************************************/

#ifdef HAVE_DIX_CONFIG_H
#include <dix-config.h>
#endif

#include <unistd.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <signal.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <locale.h>
#ifdef __hpux
#include <sys/sysmacros.h>
#endif

#include <X11/X.h>
#define NEED_EVENTS 1
#include <X11/Xproto.h>
#include <servermd.h>

#include "screenint.h"
#include "input.h"
#include "cursor.h"
#include "misc.h"
#include "windowstr.h"
#include "inputstr.h"

#include "gcstruct.h"
#include <X11/fonts/fontstruct.h>
#include "errno.h"

typedef char *XPointer;
#define HAVE_XPointer 1

#define Status int
#include <X11/Xresource.h>

#include "DiPrint.h"
#include "attributes.h"

#include "os.h"
#include "spooler.h"

static void GenericScreenInit(
    int index,
    ScreenPtr pScreen,
    int argc,
    char **argv);
static Bool InitPrintDrivers(
    int index,
    ScreenPtr pScreen,
    int argc,
    char **argv);

/*
 * The following two defines are used to build the name "X*printers", where
 * the "*" is replaced by the display number.  This is used to construct
 * the name of the default printers configuration file if the -XpFile
 * command line option was not specified.
 */
#define XNPRINTERSFILEPREFIX "/X"
#define XNPRINTERSFILESUFFIX "printers"
#define XPRINTERSFILENAME "Xprinters"

#define MODELDIRNAME "/models"
#define FONTDIRNAME "/fonts"

#ifdef XPRASTERDDX

static
PixmapFormatRec   RasterPixmapFormats[] = {
    { 1, 1, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD }
};
#define NUMRASTFORMATS  (sizeof RasterPixmapFormats)/(sizeof RasterPixmapFormats[0])

#include "raster/Raster.h"

#endif

#ifdef XPPCLDDX

static
PixmapFormatRec   ColorPclPixmapFormats[] = {
    {  1,  1, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD },
    {  8,  8, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD },
    { 24, 32, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD }
};

#define NUMCPCLFORMATS  (sizeof ColorPclPixmapFormats)/(sizeof ColorPclPixmapFormats[0])

#endif

#ifdef XPMONOPCLDDX

static
PixmapFormatRec   MonoPclPixmapFormats[] = {
    { 1, 1, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD }
};

#define NUMMPCLFORMATS  (sizeof MonoPclPixmapFormats)/(sizeof MonoPclPixmapFormats[0])

#endif

#if defined(XPPCLDDX) || defined(XPMONOPCLDDX)
#include "pcl/Pcl.h"
#endif

#ifdef XPPSDDX

static
PixmapFormatRec   PSPixmapFormats[] = {
    {  1,  1, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD },
    {  8,  8, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD },
    { 12, 16, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD },
    { 14, 16, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD },
    { 16, 16, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD },
    { 24, 32, BITMAP_SCANLINE_PAD }
};

#define NUMPSFORMATS    (sizeof PSPixmapFormats)/(sizeof PSPixmapFormats[0])

#include "ps/Ps.h"

#endif

/*
 * The driverInitArray contains an entry for each driver the
 * server knows about. Each element contains pointers to pixmap formats, the
 * driver's initialization routine, and pointers to the driver's
 * attribute validation rec, and/or a driver function which 
 * returns the maximum medium width&height, and maximum resolution
 * given a printer name.  Either the validation rec OR the dimension
 * function can be NULL.  If the function is non-NULL then it
 * will be called, and will be passed the (possibly NULL) validation rec.
 * If the function is NULL, then XpGetMaxWidthHeightRes() is called.
 */
typedef struct _driverInitRec {
    char *driverName;
    pBFunc initFunc;
    XpValidatePoolsRec *pValRec;
    pVFunc dimensionsFunc;
    PixmapFormatRec *pFmts;
    int numFmts;
} driverInitRec;

static driverInitRec driverInits[] = {
#ifdef XPRASTERDDX
    {
      "XP-RASTER",
      InitializeRasterDriver,
      &RasterValidatePoolsRec,
      (pVFunc) NULL,
      RasterPixmapFormats,
      NUMRASTFORMATS
    },
#endif
#ifdef XPPCLDDX
    {
      "XP-PCL-COLOR",
      InitializeColorPclDriver,
      &PclValidatePoolsRec,
      (pVFunc) NULL,
      ColorPclPixmapFormats,
      NUMCPCLFORMATS
    },
#endif
#ifdef XPMONOPCLDDX
    {
      "XP-PCL-MONO",
      InitializeMonoPclDriver,
      &PclValidatePoolsRec,
      (pVFunc) NULL,
      MonoPclPixmapFormats,
      NUMMPCLFORMATS
    },
#endif
#ifdef XPPSDDX
    {
      "XP-POSTSCRIPT",
      InitializePsDriver,
      &PsValidatePoolsRec,
      (pVFunc) NULL,
      PSPixmapFormats,
      NUMPSFORMATS
    },
#endif
};
    

/*
 * The printerDb variable points to a list of PrinterDbEntry structs
 * which map printer names with screen numbers and driver names.
 */
typedef struct _printerDbEntry {
    struct _printerDbEntry *next;
    char *name;
    char *qualifier;
    int screenNum;
    char *driverName;
    char *desc;
} PrinterDbEntry, *PrinterDbPtr;

static PrinterDbPtr printerDb = (PrinterDbPtr)NULL;

/*
 * The nameMap is a list used in initializing the attribute store
 * for each printer.  The list is freed once the printerDb is built
 * and the attribute stores for all printers have been initialized.
 */
typedef struct _nameMapEntry {
    struct _nameMapEntry *next;
    char *name;
    char *qualifier;
} NameMapEntry, *NameMapPtr;

static NameMapPtr nameMap = (NameMapPtr)NULL;

/*
 * The driverMap is a list which provides the mapping between driver names
 * and screen numbers. It is built and used 
 * by RehashPrinterList to correctly fill in the screenNum field in the
 * printerDb entries. The list is freed before RehashPrinterList terminates.
 */
typedef struct _driverMapping {
    struct _driverMapping *next;
    char *driverName;
    int screenNum;
} DriverMapEntry, *DriverMapPtr;

static const char configFilePath[] =
"/etc/dt/config/print:/usr/dt/config/print";

static const char printServerConfigDir[] = "XPSERVERCONFIGDIR";

static int printScreenPrivIndex,
         printWindowPrivIndex,
         printGCPrivIndex;
static unsigned long printGeneration = 0;
static char *configFileName = (char *)NULL;
static Bool freeDefaultFontPath = FALSE;
static char *origFontPath = (char *)NULL;

static Bool xprintInitGlobalsCalled = FALSE;
/*
 * This function is responsible for doing initalisation of any global
 * variables at an very early point of server startup (even before
 * |ProcessCommandLine()|. 
 */
void PrinterInitGlobals(void)
{
    extern char dispatchExceptionAtReset; /* defined in Xserver/dix/dispatch.c */

    xprintInitGlobalsCalled = TRUE;

#ifdef DAMAGE
    /* Disable DAMAGE extension for now as it does not work with
     * the Postscript DDX yet (see
     * https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1660) ...
     * (you can enable the DAMAGE extension explicitly via
     * % X +extension DAMAGE ... #) ;-( */
    {
      extern Bool noDamageExtension;
      noDamageExtension = TRUE;
    }
#endif /* DAMAGE */

#ifdef SMART_SCHEDULE
    /* Somehow the XF86 "smart scheduler" completely kills the Xprint DDX 
     * (see http://xprint.freedesktop.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=467
     * ("Xfree86's "smart scheduler" breaks Xprt") */
    SmartScheduleDisable = TRUE;
#endif /* SMART_SCHEDULE */

    /* Disable internal screensaver for Xprint (workaround for
     * http://pdx.freedesktop.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=567 ("Xorg
     * Xprt starts to consume 100% CPU when being idle for some time")) */
    defaultScreenSaverTime = 0;
    
    /* Ensure that the maximum request size for the BIGREQUESTS extension
     * is at least 8MB (see 
     * http://xprint.freedesktop.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=622 - "RFE:
     * Xprt's default BIGREQUESTS extension buffer size should be 8MB")
     */
    maxBigRequestSize = (8*1048576)-1;
    
    /* Xprt should not reset by default when the last client exists
     * (default for Xprt is |0|, video Xservers use |DE_RESET|) */
    dispatchExceptionAtReset = 0;
}

/*
 * PrinterUseMsg() prints usage for the Xprint-specific options
 */
void PrinterUseMsg(void)
{
    XpSpoolerTypePtr curr = xpstm;

    /* Option '-XpFile' */
    ErrorF("-XpFile file           specifies an alternate `Xprinters' file, rather\n");
    ErrorF("                       than the default one (e.g.\n");
    ErrorF("                       `${XPCONFIGDIR}/${LANG}/print/Xprinters') or\n");
    ErrorF("                       `${XPCONFIGDIR}/C/print/Xprinters'.\n");
    
    /* Option '-XpSpoolerType' */
    ErrorF("-XpSpoolerType string  specifies a spooler type.\n");
    ErrorF("                       Supported values are:\n");
  
    while( curr->name != NULL )
    {
        ErrorF("                       - '%s'\n", curr->name);       
        curr++;
    }
    ErrorF("                       (multiple values can be specified, seperated by ':',\n");
    ErrorF("                       the first active spooler will be chosen).\n");
    ErrorF("                       default is '%s'.\n", XPDEFAULTSPOOLERNAMELIST);
}

/*
 * PrinterOptions checks argv[i] to see if it is our command line
 * option specifying a configuration file name.  It returns the index
 * of the next option to process.
 */
int
PrinterOptions(
    int argc,
    char **argv,
    int i)
{
    extern void ddxUseMsg();
    if(strcmp(argv[i], "-XpFile") == 0)
    {
      if ((i + 1) >= argc) {
          ddxUseMsg ();
          return i + 2;
      }
      configFileName = argv[i + 1];
      return i + 2;
    }
    else if(strcmp(argv[i], "-XpSpoolerType") == 0)
    {
      if ((i + 1) >= argc) {
          ddxUseMsg ();
          return i + 2;
      }
        XpSetSpoolerTypeNameList(argv[i + 1]);
      return i + 2;
    }
    else
    {
      return i;
    }
}

/************************************************************
 * GetInitFunc --
 *
 *      This routine is called from the InitPrintDrivers function.
 *      Given the name of a driver, return a pointer to the driver's
 *    initialization function.
 *
 * Results:
 *    Returns a pointer to the initialization function for the driver.
 * 
 *
 ************************************************************/

/*
typedef Bool (*pIFunc)();
static pIFunc
GetInitFunc(driverName)
*/

static pBFunc GetInitFunc(char *driverName)
{
    driverInitRec *pInitRec;
    int numDrivers = sizeof(driverInits)/sizeof(driverInitRec);
    int i;

    for(pInitRec = driverInits, i = 0; i < numDrivers; pInitRec++, i++)
    {
        if( !strcmp( driverName, pInitRec->driverName ) )
          return pInitRec->initFunc;
    }

    return 0;
}

static void
GetDimFuncAndRec(
    char *driverName, 
    XpValidatePoolsRec **pValRec,
    pVFunc *dimensionsFunc)
{
    driverInitRec *pInitRec;
    int numDrivers = sizeof(driverInits)/sizeof(driverInitRec);
    int i;

    for(pInitRec = driverInits, i = 0; i < numDrivers; pInitRec++, i++)
    {
        if( !strcmp( driverName, pInitRec->driverName ) )
      {
        *dimensionsFunc = pInitRec->dimensionsFunc;
        *pValRec = pInitRec->pValRec;
          return ;
      }
    }

    *dimensionsFunc = 0;
    *pValRec = 0;
    return;
}

static void
FreePrinterDb(void)
{
    PrinterDbPtr pCurEntry, pNextEntry;

    for(pCurEntry = printerDb, pNextEntry = (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; 
      pCurEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pCurEntry = pNextEntry)
    {
      pNextEntry = pCurEntry->next;
      if(pCurEntry->name != (char *)NULL)
          xfree(pCurEntry->name);
        if(pCurEntry->desc != (char *)NULL)
            xfree(pCurEntry->desc);
      /*
       * We don't free the driver name, because it's expected to simply
       * be a pointer into the xrm database.
       */
      xfree(pCurEntry);
    }
    printerDb = (PrinterDbPtr)NULL;
}

/*
 * AddPrinterDbName allocates an entry in the printerDb list, and
 * initializes the "name".  It returns TRUE if the element was 
 * successfully added, and FALSE if an allocation error ocurred.
 * XXX AddPrinterDbName needs to check for (and not add) duplicate names.
 */
static Bool
AddPrinterDbName(char *name, char *desc)
{
    PrinterDbPtr pEntry = (PrinterDbPtr)xalloc(sizeof(PrinterDbEntry));

    if(pEntry == (PrinterDbPtr)NULL) return FALSE;
    pEntry->name = (name != NULL) ? strdup(name) : NULL;
    pEntry->desc = (desc != NULL) ? strdup(desc) : NULL;
    pEntry->qualifier = (char *)NULL;

    if(printerDb == (PrinterDbPtr)NULL)
    {
      pEntry->next = (PrinterDbPtr)NULL;
      printerDb = pEntry;
    }
    else
    {
      pEntry->next = printerDb;
      printerDb = pEntry;
    }
    return TRUE;
}

static int
AugmentPrinterDb(const char *command)
{
    FILE *fp;
    char name[256];
    int  num_printers = 0; /* Number of printers we found */
    size_t namelen;
    char *desc = NULL;

    fp = popen(command, "r");
    /* XXX is a 256 character limit overly restrictive for printer names? */
    while(fgets(name, 256, fp) != (char *)NULL && (namelen=strlen(name)))
    {
        char *option = name;

        name[namelen-1] = (char)'\0'; /* strip the \n */

#define XP_DESCRIPTOR     "xp-printerattr.descriptor="
#define XP_DESCRIPTOR_LEN (sizeof(XP_DESCRIPTOR)-1)
        while ((option = strchr(option, '\t'))) {
           option++; /* Skip the '\t' */
           if (!strncmp(option, XP_DESCRIPTOR, XP_DESCRIPTOR_LEN)) {
               *(option-1) = '\0'; /* Kill the '\t' (only if we found a valid option) */
               option += XP_DESCRIPTOR_LEN;
               if (*option != '\0') {
                   desc = option;
               }
           }
           else
           {
               /* Unknown option */
               ErrorF("AugmentPrinterDb: Unknown option '%s'\n", option);
           }
        }
        AddPrinterDbName(name, desc);
        num_printers++;
    }
    pclose(fp);
    return num_printers;
}

/*
 * FreeNameMap frees all remaining memory associated with the nameMap.
 */
static void
FreeNameMap(void)
{
    NameMapPtr pEntry, pTmp;

    for(pEntry = nameMap, pTmp = (NameMapPtr)NULL; 
      pEntry != (NameMapPtr)NULL;
      pEntry = pTmp)
    {
      if(pEntry->name != (char *)NULL)
          xfree(pEntry->name);
      if(pEntry->qualifier != (char *)NULL)
          xfree(pEntry->qualifier);
      pTmp = pEntry->next;
      xfree(pEntry);
    }
    nameMap = (NameMapPtr)NULL;
}

/*
 * AddNameMap adds an element to the nameMap linked list.
 */
static Bool
AddNameMap(char *name, char *qualifier)
{
    NameMapPtr pEntry;

    if((pEntry = (NameMapPtr)xalloc(sizeof(NameMapEntry))) == (NameMapPtr)NULL)
      return FALSE;
    pEntry->name = name;
    pEntry->qualifier = qualifier;
    pEntry->next = nameMap;
    nameMap = pEntry;
    return TRUE;
}

/*
 * MergeNameMap - puts the "map" names (aka qualifiers, aliases) into
 * the printerDb.  This should be called once, after both the printerDb
 * and nameMap lists are complete. When/if MergeNameMap finds a map for
 * an entry in the printerDb, the qualifier is _moved_ (not copied) to
 * the printerDb. This means that the qualifier pointer in the nameMap
 * is NULLed out.
 */
static void
MergeNameMap(void)
{
    NameMapPtr pMap;
    PrinterDbPtr pDb;

    for(pMap = nameMap; pMap != (NameMapPtr)NULL; pMap = pMap->next)
    {
      for(pDb = printerDb; pDb != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pDb = pDb->next)
      {
          if(!strcmp(pMap->name, pDb->name))
          {
            pDb->qualifier = pMap->qualifier;
            pMap->qualifier = (char *)NULL;
          }
      }
    }
}

/*
 * CreatePrinterAttrs causes the attribute stores to be built for
 * each printer in the printerDb.
 */
static void
CreatePrinterAttrs(void)
{
    PrinterDbPtr pDb;

    for(pDb = printerDb; pDb != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pDb = pDb->next)
    {
        XpBuildAttributeStore(pDb->name, (pDb->qualifier)? 
                        pDb->qualifier : pDb->name);
    }
}

#ifdef XPPSDDX
#define defaultDriver "XP-POSTSCRIPT"
#else
#ifdef XPPCLDDX
#define defaultDriver "XP-PCL-COLOR"
#else
#ifdef XPMONOPCLDDX
#define defaultDriver "XP-PCL-MONO"
#else
#define defaultDriver "XP-RASTER"
#endif
#endif
#endif

/*
 * StoreDriverNames -  queries the attribute store for the ddx-identifier.
 * if the ddx-identifier is not in the attribute database, then a default
 * ddx-identifier is store in both the attribute store for the printer,
 * and in the printerDb.
 * The ddx-identifier is stored in the printerDb for use in initializing
 * the screens.
 */
static void
StoreDriverNames(void)
{
    PrinterDbPtr pEntry;

    for(pEntry = printerDb; pEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; 
      pEntry = pEntry->next)
    {
        pEntry->driverName = (char*)XpGetPrinterAttribute(pEntry->name, 
                                            "xp-ddx-identifier");
      if(pEntry->driverName == (char *)NULL || 
         strlen(pEntry->driverName) == 0 ||
         GetInitFunc(pEntry->driverName) == (Bool(*)())NULL)
      {
          if (pEntry->driverName && (strlen(pEntry->driverName) != 0)) {
              ErrorF("Xp Extension: Can't load driver %s\n", 
                   pEntry->driverName);
              ErrorF("              init function missing\n"); 
          }

          pEntry->driverName = defaultDriver;
          XpAddPrinterAttribute(pEntry->name,
                            (pEntry->qualifier != (char *)NULL)?
                          pEntry->qualifier : pEntry->name,
                          "*xp-ddx-identifier", pEntry->driverName);
      }
    }
}

/*
 * StoreDescriptors -  queries the attribute store for the descriptor.
 * if the descriptor is not in the attribute database, then the descriptor
 * from the printerDb is store in the attribute store for the printer.
 */
static void
StoreDescriptors()
{
    PrinterDbPtr pEntry;

    for(pEntry = printerDb; pEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; 
       pEntry = pEntry->next)
    {
       if (pEntry->desc != NULL)
       {
           XpAddPrinterAttribute(pEntry->name,
                                 (pEntry->qualifier != (char *)NULL)?
                                 pEntry->qualifier : pEntry->name,
                                 "*descriptor", pEntry->desc);
       }
    }
}

static char *
MbStrchr(
    char *str,
    int ch)
{
    size_t mbCurMax = MB_CUR_MAX;
    wchar_t targetChar, curChar;
    char tmpChar;
    int i, numBytes, byteLen;

    if(mbCurMax <= 1) return strchr(str, ch);

    tmpChar = (char)ch;
    mbtowc(&targetChar, &tmpChar, mbCurMax);
    for(i = 0, numBytes = 0, byteLen = strlen(str); i < byteLen; i += numBytes)
    {
        numBytes = mbtowc(&curChar, &str[i], mbCurMax);
        if(curChar == targetChar) return &str[i];
    }
    return (char *)NULL;
}

/*
 * GetConfigFileName - Looks for a "Xprinters" file in
 * $(XPRINTDIR)/$LANG/print, and then in $(XPRINTDIR)/C/print. If it
 * finds such a file, it returns the path to the file.  The returned
 * string must be freed by the caller.
 */
static char *
GetConfigFileName(void)
{
    /*
     * We need to find the system-wide file, if one exists.  This
     * file can be in either $(XPRINTDIR)/$LANG/print, or in
     * $(PRINTDIR)/C/print, and the file itself is named "Xprinters".
     */
    char *dirName, *filePath;
      
    /*
     * Check for a LANG-specific file.
     */
    if((dirName = XpGetConfigDir(TRUE)))
    {
        filePath = (char *)xalloc(strlen(dirName) +
                          strlen(XPRINTERSFILENAME) + 2);

      if(filePath == (char *)NULL)
      {
          xfree(dirName);
          return (char *)NULL;
      }

      sprintf(filePath, "%s/%s", dirName, XPRINTERSFILENAME);
      xfree(dirName);
      if(access(filePath, R_OK) == 0)
          return filePath;

      xfree(filePath);
    }

    if((dirName = XpGetConfigDir(FALSE)))
    {
      filePath = (char *)xalloc(strlen(dirName) +
                          strlen(XPRINTERSFILENAME) + 2);
      if(filePath == (char *)NULL)
      {
          xfree(dirName);
          return (char *)NULL;
      }
      sprintf(filePath, "%s/%s", dirName, XPRINTERSFILENAME);
      xfree(dirName);
      if(access(filePath, R_OK) == 0)
          return filePath;
      xfree(filePath);
    }
    return (char *)NULL;
}

/*
 * BuildPrinterDb - reads the config file if it exists, and if necessary
 * executes a command such as lpstat to generate a list of printers.
 * XXX
 * XXX BuildPrinterDb must be rewritten to allow 16-bit characters in 
 * XXX printer names.  The will involve replacing the use of strtok() and its
 * XXX related functions.
 * XXX At the same time, BuildPrinterDb and it's support routines should have
 * XXX allocation error checking added.
 * XXX
 */
static PrinterDbPtr
BuildPrinterDb(void)
{
    char *printerList, *augmentCmd = (char *)NULL;
    Bool defaultAugment = TRUE, freeConfigFileName;

    if(configFileName && access(configFileName, R_OK) != 0)
    {
      ErrorF("Xp Extension: Can't open file %s\n", configFileName);
    }
    if(!configFileName && (configFileName = GetConfigFileName()))
      freeConfigFileName = TRUE;
    else
      freeConfigFileName = FALSE;

    if(configFileName != (char *)NULL && access(configFileName, R_OK) == 0)
    {
      char line[256];
      FILE *fp = fopen(configFileName, "r");

      while(fgets(line, 256, fp) != (char *)NULL)
      {
          char *tok, *ptr;
          if((tok = strtok(line, " \t\012")) != (char *)NULL)
          {
            if(tok[0] == (char)'#') continue;
            if(strcmp(tok, "Printer") == 0)
            {
                while((tok = strtok((char *)NULL, " \t")) != (char *)NULL)
                {
                    if((ptr = MbStrchr(tok, '\012')))
                        *ptr = (char)'\0';
                  AddPrinterDbName(tok, NULL);
                }
            }
            else if(strcmp(tok, "Map") == 0)
            {
                char *name, *qualifier;

                if((tok = strtok((char *)NULL, " \t\012")) == (char *)NULL)
                  continue;
                name = strdup(tok);
                if((tok = strtok((char *)NULL, " \t\012")) == (char *)NULL)
                {
                  xfree(name);
                  continue;
                }
                qualifier = strdup(tok);
                AddNameMap(name, qualifier);
            }
            else if(strcmp(tok, "Augment_Printer_List") == 0)
            {
                if((tok = strtok((char *)NULL, " \t\012")) == (char *)NULL)
                  continue;

                if(strcmp(tok, "%default%") == 0)
                  continue;
                defaultAugment = FALSE;
                if(strcmp(tok, "%none%") == 0)
                  continue;
                AugmentPrinterDb(tok);
            }
            else
                break; /* XXX Generate an error? */
          }
      }
      fclose(fp);
    }

    if(defaultAugment == TRUE)
    {
        XpSpoolerTypePtr curr_spooler_type;   /* spooler we are currently probing for queues */
        int              num_printers_found;  /* number of printers found by |AugmentPrinterDb()| */
        char            *tok_lasts;           /* strtok_r() position token */
        char            *spnamelist;          /* list of spooler names, seperated by ":" */
        char            *spname;              /* spooler name */
        
        spnamelist = strdup(XpGetSpoolerTypeNameList()); /* strtok_r() modifies string so dup' it first */
        
        for( spname = strtok_r(spnamelist, ":", &tok_lasts) ;
             spname != NULL ;
             spname = strtok_r(NULL, ":", &tok_lasts) )
        {
            curr_spooler_type = XpSpoolerNameToXpSpoolerType(spname);
            if(!curr_spooler_type)
            {
                FatalError("BuildPrinterDb: No spooler type entry found for '%s'.\n", spname);
            }
            
            if(curr_spooler_type->list_queues_command == NULL ||
               strlen(curr_spooler_type->list_queues_command) == 0)
            {
                continue;
            }
        
            num_printers_found = AugmentPrinterDb(curr_spooler_type->list_queues_command);
            /* Did we found a spooler which works ? */
            if(num_printers_found > 0)
            {
                spooler_type = curr_spooler_type;
#ifdef DEBUG_gisburn
                fprintf(stderr, "BuildPrinterDb: using '%s'.\n", spooler_type->name);
#endif /* DEBUG_gisburn */
                break;
            }
        }
        
        free(spnamelist);
    }

    MergeNameMap();
    FreeNameMap();

    /* Create the attribute stores for all printers */
    CreatePrinterAttrs();

    /*
     * Find the drivers for each printers, and store the driver names
     * in the printerDb
     */
    StoreDriverNames();
    StoreDescriptors();

    if(freeConfigFileName)
    {
      xfree(configFileName);
      configFileName = (char *)NULL;
    }

    return printerDb;
}

static void
FreeDriverMap(DriverMapPtr driverMap)
{
    DriverMapPtr pCurEntry, pNextEntry;

    for(pCurEntry = driverMap, pNextEntry = (DriverMapPtr)NULL; 
      pCurEntry != (DriverMapPtr)NULL; pCurEntry = pNextEntry)
    {
      pNextEntry = pCurEntry->next;
      if(pCurEntry->driverName != (char *)NULL)
          xfree(pCurEntry->driverName);
      xfree(pCurEntry);
    }
}

/*
 * XpRehashPrinterList rebuilds the list of printers known to the
 * server.  It first walks the printerDb to build a table mapping
 * driver names and screen numbers, since this is not an easy mapping
 * to change in the sample server. The normal configuration files are
 * then read & parsed to create the new list of printers. Printers
 * which require drivers other than those already initialized are
 * deleted from the printerDb.  This leaves attribute stores in place
 * for inaccessible printers, but those stores will be cleaned up in
 * the next rehash or server recycle.
 */
int
XpRehashPrinterList(void)
{
    PrinterDbPtr pEntry, pPrev;
    DriverMapPtr driverMap = (DriverMapPtr)NULL, pDrvEnt;
    int result;

    /* Build driverMap */
    for(pEntry = printerDb; pEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pEntry = pEntry->next)
    {
      for(pDrvEnt = driverMap; pDrvEnt != (DriverMapPtr)NULL; 
          pDrvEnt = pDrvEnt->next)
      {
          if(!strcmp(pEntry->driverName, pDrvEnt->driverName))
            break;
      }

      if(pDrvEnt != (DriverMapPtr)NULL) 
          continue;

      if((pDrvEnt = (DriverMapPtr)xalloc(sizeof(DriverMapEntry))) == 
          (DriverMapPtr)NULL)
      {
          FreeDriverMap(driverMap);
          return BadAlloc;
      }
      pDrvEnt->driverName = strdup(pEntry->driverName);
      pDrvEnt->screenNum = pEntry->screenNum;
      pDrvEnt->next = driverMap;
      driverMap = pDrvEnt;
    }

    /* Free the old printerDb */
    FreePrinterDb();

    /* Free/Rehash attribute stores */
    if((result = XpRehashAttributes()) != Success)
      return result;

    /* Build a new printerDb */
    if(BuildPrinterDb() ==  (PrinterDbPtr)NULL)
        return BadAlloc;

    /* Walk PrinterDb & either store screenNum, or delete printerDb entry */
    for(pEntry = printerDb, pPrev = (PrinterDbPtr)NULL;
      pEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pEntry = pEntry->next)
    {
      for(pDrvEnt = driverMap; pDrvEnt != (DriverMapPtr)NULL; 
          pDrvEnt = pDrvEnt->next)
      {
          if(!strcmp(printerDb->driverName, pDrvEnt->driverName))
            break;
      }

      /*
       * Either store the screen number, or delete the printerDb entry.
       * Deleting the entry leaves orphaned attribute stores, but they'll
       * get cleaned up at the next rehash or server recycle.
       */
      if(pDrvEnt != (DriverMapPtr)NULL) 
      {
          pEntry->screenNum = pDrvEnt->screenNum;
          pPrev = pEntry;
      }
      else {
          if(pPrev)
              pPrev->next = pEntry->next;
          else
            pPrev = pEntry->next;
          if(pEntry->name != (char *)NULL)
            xfree(pEntry->name);
          xfree(pEntry);
          pEntry = pPrev;
      }
    }

    FreeDriverMap(driverMap);

    return Success;
}

/*
 * ValidateFontDir looks for a valid font directory for the specified
 * printer model within the specified configuration directory. It returns
 * the directory name, or NULL if no valid font directory was found.
 * It is the caller's responsibility to free the returned font directory
 * name.
 */
static char *
ValidateFontDir(
    char *configDir, 
    char *modelName)
{
    char *pathName;

    if(!configDir || !modelName)
      return (char *)NULL;

    pathName = (char *)xalloc(strlen(configDir) + strlen(MODELDIRNAME) +
                        strlen(modelName) + strlen(FONTDIRNAME) + 
                        strlen("fonts.dir") + 5);
    if(!pathName)
      return (char *)NULL;
    sprintf(pathName, "%s/%s/%s/%s/%s", configDir, MODELDIRNAME, modelName,
          FONTDIRNAME, "fonts.dir");
    if(access(pathName, R_OK) != 0)
    {
      xfree(pathName);
      return (char *)NULL;
    }
    pathName[strlen(pathName) - 9] = (char)'\0'; /* erase fonts.dir */
    return pathName;
}

/*
 * FindFontDir returns a pointer to the path name of the font directory
 * for the specified printer model name, if such a directory exists.
 * The directory contents are superficially checked for validity.
 * The caller must free the returned char *.
 *
 * We first look in the locale-specific model-config directory, and
 * then fall back to the C language model-config directory.
 */
static char *
FindFontDir(
    char *modelName)
{
    char *configDir, *fontDir;

    if(!modelName || !strlen(modelName))
        return (char *)NULL;
    
    configDir = XpGetConfigDir(TRUE);
    if((fontDir = ValidateFontDir(configDir, modelName)))
    {
      xfree(configDir);
      return fontDir;
    }

    if(configDir) 
      xfree(configDir);
    configDir = XpGetConfigDir(FALSE);
    fontDir = ValidateFontDir(configDir, modelName);

    xfree(configDir);

    return fontDir;
}

/*
 * AddToFontPath adds the specified font path element to the global
 * defaultFontPath string. It adds the keyword "PRINTER:" to the front
 * of the path to denote that this is a printer-specific font path
 * element.
 */
static char PATH_PREFIX[] = "PRINTER:";
static int PATH_PREFIX_LEN = sizeof(PATH_PREFIX) - 1; /* same as strlen() */

static void
AddToFontPath(
    char *pathName)
{
    char *newPath;
    Bool freeOldPath;

    if(defaultFontPath == origFontPath)
      freeOldPath = FALSE;
    else
      freeOldPath = TRUE;

    newPath = (char *)xalloc(strlen(defaultFontPath) + strlen(pathName) + 
                       PATH_PREFIX_LEN + 2);

    sprintf(newPath, "%s%s,%s", PATH_PREFIX, pathName, defaultFontPath);

    if(freeOldPath)
      xfree(defaultFontPath);

    defaultFontPath = newPath;
    return;
}

/*
 * AugmentFontPath adds printer-model-specific font path elements to
 * the front of the font path global variable "defaultFontPath" (dix/globals.c).
 * We can't call SetFontPath() because the font code has not yet been 
 * initialized when InitOutput is called (from whence this routine is called).
 *
 * This utilizes the static variables origFontPath and 
 * freeDefaultFontPath to track the original contents of defaultFontPath,
 * and to properly free the modified version upon server recycle.
 */
static void
AugmentFontPath(void)
{
    char *newPath, *modelID, **allIDs = (char **)NULL;
    PrinterDbPtr pDb, pDbEntry;
    int numModels, i;

    if(!origFontPath)
      origFontPath = defaultFontPath;

    if(freeDefaultFontPath)
    {
      xfree(defaultFontPath);
      defaultFontPath = origFontPath;
      freeDefaultFontPath = FALSE;
    }

    /*
     * Build a list of printer models to check for internal fonts.
     */
    for(pDbEntry = printerDb, numModels = 0; 
      pDbEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; 
      pDbEntry = pDbEntry->next)
    {
      modelID =
          (char*)XpGetPrinterAttribute(pDbEntry->name,
                               "xp-model-identifier");

      if(modelID && strlen(modelID) != 0)
      {
          /* look for current model in the list of allIDs */
          for(i = 0; i < numModels; i++)
          {
              if(!strcmp(modelID, allIDs[i]))
              {
                modelID = (char *)NULL;
                break;
              }
          }
      }

      /*
       * If this printer's model-identifier isn't in the allIDs list,
       * then add it to allIDs.
       */
      if(modelID && strlen(modelID) != 0)
      {
          allIDs = (char **)xrealloc(allIDs, (numModels+2) * sizeof(char *));
          if(allIDs == (char **)NULL)
              return;
          allIDs[numModels] = modelID;
          allIDs[numModels + 1] = (char *)NULL;
          numModels++;
      }
    }

    /* for each model, check for a valid font directory, and add it to
     * the front of defaultFontPath.
     */
    for(i = 0; allIDs != (char **)NULL && allIDs[i] != (char *)NULL; i ++)
    {
      char *fontDir;
      if((fontDir = FindFontDir(allIDs[i])))
      {
          AddToFontPath(fontDir);
          xfree(fontDir);
          freeDefaultFontPath = TRUE;
      }
    }

    if(allIDs)
        xfree(allIDs);

    return;
}

/*
 * XpClientIsBitmapClient is called by the font code to find out if
 * a particular client should be granted access to bitmap fonts.
 * This function works by
 * calling XpContextOfClient (in Xserver/Xext/xprint.c) to determine
 * the context associated with the client, and then queries the context's
 * attributes to determine whether the bitmap fonts should be visible.
 * It looks at the value of the xp-listfonts-modes document/page attribute to 
 * see if xp-list-glyph-fonts has been left out of the mode list. Only
 * if the xp-listfonts-modes attribute exists, and it does not contain
 * xp-list-glyph-fonts does this function return FALSE. In any other
 * case the funtion returns TRUE, indicating that the bitmap fonts 
 * should be visible to the client.
 */
Bool
XpClientIsBitmapClient(
    ClientPtr client)
{
    XpContextPtr pContext;
    char *mode;

    if(!(pContext = XpContextOfClient(client)))
      return TRUE;

    /*
     * Check the page attributes, and if it's not defined there, then
     * check the document attributes.
     */
    mode = XpGetOneAttribute(pContext, XPPageAttr, "xp-listfonts-modes");
    if(!mode || !strlen(mode))
    {
        mode = XpGetOneAttribute(pContext, XPDocAttr, "xp-listfonts-modes");
        if(!mode || !strlen(mode))
          return TRUE;
    }
    
    if(!strstr(mode, "xp-list-glyph-fonts"))
      return FALSE;

    return TRUE;
}

/*
 * XpClientIsPrintClient is called by the font code to find out if
 * a particular client has set a context which references a printer
 * which utilizes a particular font path.
 * This function works by calling XpContextOfClient
 * (in Xserver/Xext/xprint.c) to determine the context associated with
 * the client and then looks at the value of the xp-listfonts-modes
 * document/page attribute to see if xp-list-internal-printer-fonts has
 * been left out of the mode list.
 * If the xp-listfonts-modes attribute exists, and it does not contain
 * xp-list-internal-printer-fonts this function returns FALSE. 
 * Otherwise it looks up the font directory for the context.  The font
 * directory is then compared with the directory specified in the
 * FontPathElement which is passed in.
 */
Bool
XpClientIsPrintClient(
    ClientPtr client,
    FontPathElementPtr fpe)
{
    XpContextPtr pContext;
    char *mode;
    char *modelID, *fontDir;

    if(!(pContext = XpContextOfClient(client)))
      return FALSE;

    /*
     * Check the page attributes, and if it's not defined there, then
     * check the document attributes.
     */
    mode = XpGetOneAttribute(pContext, XPPageAttr, "xp-listfonts-modes");
    if(!mode || !strlen(mode))
    {
        mode = XpGetOneAttribute(pContext, XPDocAttr, "xp-listfonts-modes");
    }
    
    if(mode && strlen(mode))
    {
        if(!strstr(mode, "xp-list-internal-printer-fonts"))
            return FALSE;    
    }

    if (!fpe)
      return TRUE;

    modelID = XpGetOneAttribute(pContext, XPPrinterAttr, "xp-model-identifier");
    if(!modelID || !strlen(modelID))
      return FALSE;
    
    if(!(fontDir = FindFontDir(modelID)))
      return FALSE;

    /*
     * The grunge here is to ignore the PATH_PREFIX at the front of the
     * fpe->name.
     */
    if(fpe->name_length < PATH_PREFIX_LEN || 
       (strlen(fontDir) != (fpe->name_length - PATH_PREFIX_LEN)) ||
       strncmp(fontDir, fpe->name + PATH_PREFIX_LEN, 
             fpe->name_length - PATH_PREFIX_LEN))
    {
      xfree(fontDir);
      return FALSE;
    }
    xfree(fontDir);
    return TRUE;
}

static void
AddFormats(ScreenInfo *pScreenInfo, char *driverName)
{
    int i, j;
    driverInitRec *pInitRec;
    int numDrivers = sizeof(driverInits)/sizeof(driverInitRec);
    PixmapFormatRec *formats;
    int numfmts;

    for (pInitRec = driverInits, i = 0; i < numDrivers; pInitRec++, i++)
    {
        if ( !strcmp( driverName, pInitRec->driverName ) )
          break;
    }
    if (i >= numDrivers)
      return;
    formats = pInitRec->pFmts;
    numfmts = pInitRec->numFmts;
    for (i = 0; i < numfmts && pScreenInfo->numPixmapFormats < MAXFORMATS; i++)
    {
      for (j = 0; j < pScreenInfo->numPixmapFormats; j++) {
          if (pScreenInfo->formats[j].depth == formats[i].depth &&
            pScreenInfo->formats[j].bitsPerPixel == formats[i].bitsPerPixel &&
            pScreenInfo->formats[j].scanlinePad == formats[i].scanlinePad)
            break;
      }
      if (j == pScreenInfo->numPixmapFormats) {
          pScreenInfo->formats[j] = formats[i];
          pScreenInfo->numPixmapFormats++;
      }
    }
}

/************************************************************
 * PrinterInitOutput --
 *    This routine is to be called from a ddx's InitOutput
 *      during the server startup initialization, and when
 *      the server is to be reset.  The routine creates the
 *      screens associated with configured printers by calling
 *    dix:AddScreen.  The configuration information comes from a
 *      database read from the X*printers file.
 *
 * Results:
 *    The array of ScreenRec pointers referenced by
 *      pScreenInfo->screen is increased by the addition
 *      of the printer screen(s), as is the value of
 *      pScreenInfo->numScreens.  This is done via calls
 *      to AddScreen() in dix.
 *
 ************************************************************/

void
PrinterInitOutput(
     ScreenInfo *pScreenInfo,
     int argc,
     char **argv)
{
    PrinterDbPtr pDb, pDbEntry;
    int driverCount = 0, i;
    char **driverNames;
    char *configDir;

    /* This should NEVER happen, but... */
    if( !xprintInitGlobalsCalled )
    {
      FatalError("Internal error: PrinterInitGlobals() not called.");
    }
#ifdef SMART_SCHEDULE
    /* |PrinterInitGlobals| should have set |SmartScheduleDisable| to
     * |TRUE| - if not we will trigger this safeguard. */
    if( SmartScheduleDisable != TRUE )
    {
      FatalError("Internal error: XF86 smart scheduler incompatible to Xprint DDX.");
    }
#endif /* SMART_SCHEDULE */
    /* Safeguard for
     * http://pdx.freedesktop.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=567 ("Xorg
     * Xprt starts to consume 100% CPU when being idle for some time")
     * |PrinterInitGlobals| should have set |defaultScreenSaverTime| to
     * |0| - if not we will trigger this trap. */
    if( defaultScreenSaverTime != 0 )
    {
      FatalError("Internal screen saver must be OFF for printing.");
    }
    
    /* Print a warnung when the maximum request size of the BIGREQUESTS
     * extension is smaller than 8MB (see
     * http://xprint.freedesktop.org/cgi-bin/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=622)
     */
    if (maxBigRequestSize < (8*1048576)-1) {
        ErrorF("Xp Extension: BIGREQUESTS max. request is currently %ld bytes "
               ", recommemded minimum for Xprint is 8MB.\n", (long)maxBigRequestSize);
    }

    /* 
     * this little test is just a warning at startup to make sure
     * that the config directory exists.
     *
     * what this ugly looking if says is that if both ways of
     * calling configDir works and both directories don't exist, 
     * then print an error saying we can't find the non-lang one.
     */
    if (((configDir = XpGetConfigDir(TRUE)) != NULL) && 
      (access(configDir, F_OK) == 0))
    {
        xfree(configDir);
    }
    else if (((configDir = XpGetConfigDir(FALSE)) != NULL) &&
           (access(configDir, F_OK) == 0))
    {
        xfree(configDir);
    }
    else {
        /* Refuse to start when we do not have our config dir... */
        FatalError("Xp Extension: could not find config dir %s\n",
                   configDir ? configDir : XPRINTDIR);
    }

    if(printerDb != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL)
      FreePrinterDb();
      
    /*
     * Calling BuildPrinterDb serves to build the printer database,
     * and to initialize the attribute store for each printer.
     * The driver can, if it so desires, modify the attribute
     * store at a later time.
     */
    if((pDb = BuildPrinterDb()) ==  (PrinterDbPtr)NULL) return;

    /*
     * We now have to decide how many screens to initialize, and call
     * AddScreen for each one. The printerDb must be properly initialized
     * for at least one screen's worth of printers prior to calling AddScreen
     * because InitPrintDrivers reads the printerDb to determine which 
     * driver(s) to init on a particular screen.
     * We put each driver's printers on a different
     * screen, and call AddScreen for each screen/driver pair.
     */
    /* count the number of printers */
    for(pDbEntry = pDb, driverCount = 0; pDbEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; 
      pDbEntry = pDbEntry->next, driverCount++)
          ;
    /*
     * Allocate memory for the worst case - a driver per printer
     */
    driverNames = (char **)xalloc(sizeof(char *) * driverCount);

    /*
     * Assign the driver for the first printer to the first screen
     */
    pDb->screenNum = screenInfo.numScreens;
    driverNames[0] = pDb->driverName;
    driverCount = 1;
    AddFormats(pScreenInfo, pDb->driverName);

    /*
     * For each printer, look to see if its driver is already assigned
     * to a screen, and if so copy that screen number into the printerDb.
     * Otherwise, assign a new screen number to the driver for this
     * printer.
     */
    for(pDbEntry = pDb; pDbEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; 
      pDbEntry = pDbEntry->next)
    {
      Bool foundMatch;

      for(i = 0, foundMatch = FALSE; i < driverCount; i++)
      {
          if(!strcmp(driverNames[i], pDbEntry->driverName))
          {
              foundMatch = TRUE;
              pDbEntry->screenNum = screenInfo.numScreens + i;
            break;
          }
      }
      if(foundMatch == FALSE)
      {
          driverNames[driverCount] = pDbEntry->driverName;
          pDbEntry->screenNum = screenInfo.numScreens + driverCount;
          AddFormats(pScreenInfo, pDbEntry->driverName);
          driverCount++;
      }
    }
       
    for(i = 0; i < driverCount; i++)
    {
      int curScreen = screenInfo.numScreens;
        if(AddScreen(InitPrintDrivers, argc, argv) < 0)
      {
            PrinterDbPtr pPrev;
          /* 
           * AddScreen failed, so we pull the associated printers 
           * from the list.
           */
          ErrorF("Xp Extension: Could not add screen for driver %s\n",
               driverNames[i]);
            for(pPrev = pDbEntry = printerDb; pDbEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; 
            pDbEntry = pDbEntry->next)
            {
            if(pDbEntry->screenNum == curScreen)
            {
                if(pPrev == printerDb)
                {
                  printerDb = pDbEntry->next;
                  pPrev = printerDb;
                }
                else
                  pPrev->next = pDbEntry->next;

                xfree(pDbEntry->name);
                xfree(pDbEntry);
                pDbEntry = pPrev;
            }
            else 
            {
                if(pDbEntry->screenNum > curScreen)
                    pDbEntry->screenNum--;
                pPrev = pDbEntry;
            }
          }
      }
    }

    xfree(driverNames);

    AugmentFontPath();

    if(pScreenInfo->numScreens > MAXSCREENS)
    {
      ErrorF("The number of printer screens requested ");
      ErrorF("exceeds the allowable limit of %d screens.\n", MAXSCREENS);
      ErrorF("Please reduce the number of requested printers in your ");
      ErrorF("\nX%sprinters file.", display);
      ErrorF("Server exiting...\n");
      exit(-1);
    }
}

/*
 * InitPrintDrivers is called from dix:AddScreen.  It in turn calls the
 * driver initialization routine for any and all drivers which are
 * implicated in supporting printers on the particular screen number
 * specified by the "index" parameter.  The printerDb variable is used
 * to determine which printers are to be associated with a particular
 * screen.
 */
static Bool
InitPrintDrivers(
    int index,
    ScreenPtr pScreen,
    int argc,
    char **argv)
{
    PrinterDbPtr pDb, pDb2;

    GenericScreenInit(index, pScreen, argc, argv);

    for(pDb = printerDb; pDb != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pDb = pDb->next)
    {
      if(pDb->screenNum == index)
      {
          Bool callInit = TRUE;
          for(pDb2 = printerDb; pDb2 != pDb; pDb2 = pDb2->next)
          {
              if(!strcmp(pDb->driverName, pDb2->driverName))
              {
                callInit = FALSE;
                break;
              }
          }
          if(callInit == TRUE)
          {
              Bool (*initFunc)();
              initFunc = GetInitFunc(pDb->driverName);
              if(initFunc(index, pScreen, argc, argv) == FALSE)
              {
                /* XXX - What do I do if the driver's init fails? */
                }
          }
      }
    }
    return TRUE;
}

void
_XpVoidNoop(void)
{
    return;
}

Bool
_XpBoolNoop(void)
{
    return TRUE;
}

/*
 * GenericScreenInit - The common initializations required by all
 * printer screens and drivers.  It sets the screen's cursor functions
 * to Noops, and computes the maximum screen (i.e. medium) dimensions.
 */

static void
GenericScreenInit(
     int index,
     ScreenPtr pScreen,
     int argc,
     char **argv)
{
    int i;
    float fWidth, fHeight, maxWidth, maxHeight;
    unsigned short width, height;
    PrinterDbPtr pDb, pDb2;
    int res, maxRes;
    
    /*
     * Set the cursor ops to no-op functions.
     */
    pScreen->DisplayCursor = (DisplayCursorProcPtr)_XpBoolNoop;
    pScreen->RealizeCursor = (RealizeCursorProcPtr)_XpBoolNoop;
    pScreen->UnrealizeCursor = (UnrealizeCursorProcPtr)_XpBoolNoop;
    pScreen->SetCursorPosition = (SetCursorPositionProcPtr)_XpBoolNoop;
    pScreen->ConstrainCursor = (ConstrainCursorProcPtr)_XpVoidNoop;
    pScreen->CursorLimits = (CursorLimitsProcPtr)_XpVoidNoop;
    pScreen->RecolorCursor = (RecolorCursorProcPtr)_XpVoidNoop;

    /*
     * Find the largest paper size for all the printers on the given
     * screen.
     */
    maxRes = 0;
    maxWidth = maxHeight = 0.0;
    for( pDb = printerDb; pDb != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pDb = pDb->next)
      {
      if(pDb->screenNum == index)
      {

          XpValidatePoolsRec *pValRec;
          pVFunc dimensionsFunc;

          GetDimFuncAndRec(pDb->driverName, &pValRec, &dimensionsFunc);
          if(dimensionsFunc != (pVFunc)NULL)
            dimensionsFunc(pDb->name, pValRec, &fWidth, &fHeight, &res);
          else
              XpGetMaxWidthHeightRes(pDb->name, pValRec, &fWidth, 
                               &fHeight, &res);
          if( res > maxRes )
            maxRes = res;
          if( fWidth > maxWidth )
            maxWidth = fWidth;
          if( fHeight > maxHeight )
            maxHeight = fHeight;
        }
      }
    
    width = (unsigned short) (maxWidth * maxRes / 25.4);
    height = (unsigned short) (maxHeight * maxRes / 25.4);
    pScreen->width = pScreen->height = ( width > height ) ? width :
      height;
    
    pScreen->mmWidth = pScreen->mmHeight = ( maxWidth > maxHeight ) ?
                                           (unsigned short)(maxWidth + 0.5) : 
                                 (unsigned short)(maxHeight + 0.5);
}

/*
 * QualifyName - takes an unqualified file name such as X6printers and
 * a colon-separated list of directory path names such as 
 * /etc/opt/dt:/opt/dt/config.
 * 
 * Returns a fully qualified file path name such as /etc/opt/dt/X6printers.
 * The returned value is malloc'd, and the caller is responsible for 
 * freeing the associated memory.
 */
static char *
QualifyName(fileName, searchPath)
    char *fileName;
    char *searchPath;
{
    char * curPath = searchPath;
    char * nextPath;
    char * chance;
    FILE *pFile;

    if (fileName == NULL || searchPath == NULL)
      return NULL;

    while (1) {
      if ((nextPath = strchr(curPath, ':')) != NULL)
        *nextPath = 0;
  
      chance = (char *)xalloc(strlen(curPath) + strlen(fileName) + 2);
      sprintf(chance,"%s/%s",curPath,fileName);
  
      /* see if we can read from the file */
      if((pFile = fopen(chance, "r")) != (FILE *)NULL)
      {
      fclose(pFile);
        /* ... restore the colon, .... */
        if (nextPath)
        *nextPath = ':';
  
        return chance;
      }
  
      xfree(chance);

      if (nextPath == NULL) /* End of path list? */
        break;
  
      /* try the next path */
      curPath = nextPath + 1;
    }
    return NULL;
}

/*
 * FillPrinterListEntry fills in a single XpDiListEntry element with data
 * derived from the supplied PrinterDbPtr element.
 *
 * XXX A smarter (i.e. future) version of this routine might inspect the
 * XXX "locale" parameter and attempt to match the "description" and
 * XXX "localeName" elements of the XpDiListEntry to the specified locale.
 */
static void
FillPrinterListEntry(
    XpDiListEntry *pEntry,
    PrinterDbPtr pDb,
    int localeLen,
    char *locale)
{
    static char *localeStr = (char *)NULL;

    if(localeStr == (char *)NULL)
      localeStr = strdup(setlocale(LC_ALL, (const char *)NULL));

    pEntry->name = pDb->name;
    pEntry->description =
      (char*)XpGetPrinterAttribute(pDb->name, "descriptor");
    pEntry->localeName = localeStr;
    pEntry->rootWinId = WindowTable[pDb->screenNum]->drawable.id;
}

/*
 * GetPrinterListInfo fills in the XpDiListEntry struct pointed to by the
 * parameter pEntry with the information regarding the printer specified
 * by the name and nameLen parameters.  The pointers placed in the 
 * XpDiListEntry structure MUST NOT be freed by the caller.  They are
 * pointers into existing long-lived databases.
 *
 */
static Bool
GetPrinterListInfo(
    XpDiListEntry *pEntry,
    int nameLen,
    char *name,
    int localeLen,
    char *locale)
{
    PrinterDbPtr pDb, pDb2;

    for(pDb = printerDb; pDb != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pDb = pDb->next)
    {
      if(strlen(pDb->name) == nameLen && !strncmp(pDb->name, name, nameLen))
      {
          FillPrinterListEntry(pEntry, pDb, localeLen, locale);
          return TRUE;
      }
    }
    return FALSE;
}

/*
 * XpDiFreePrinterList is the approved method of releasing memory used
 * for a printer list.
 */
void
XpDiFreePrinterList(XpDiListEntry **list)
{
    int i;

    for(i = 0; list[i] != (XpDiListEntry *)NULL; i++)
      xfree(list[i]);
    xfree(list);
}

/*
 * XpDiGetPrinterList returns a pointer to a NULL-terminated array of
 * XpDiListEntry pointers.  Each entry structure contains the name, 
 * description, root window, and locale of a printer.  The call returns
 * either a list of all printers configured on the server, or it returns
 * the information for one specific printer depending on the values passed
 * in.  Non-NULL values passed in indicate that only the information for
 * the one specific printer is desired, while NULL values indicate that
 * the information for all printers is desired.
 */
XpDiListEntry **
XpDiGetPrinterList(
    int nameLen,
    char *name,
    int localeLen,
    char *locale)
{
    XpDiListEntry **pList;

    if(!nameLen || name == (char *)NULL)
    {
      int i;
        PrinterDbPtr pDb, pDb2;

        for(pDb = printerDb, i = 0; pDb != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; 
          pDb = pDb->next, i++)
          ;

      if((pList = (XpDiListEntry **)xalloc((i+1) * sizeof(XpDiListEntry *)))
         == (XpDiListEntry **)NULL)
          return pList;

      pList[i] = (XpDiListEntry *)NULL;
        for(pDb = printerDb, i = 0; pDb != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; 
          pDb = pDb->next, i++)
      {
          if((pList[i] = (XpDiListEntry *)xalloc(sizeof(XpDiListEntry)))==
             (XpDiListEntry *)NULL)
          {
            XpDiFreePrinterList(pList);
            return (XpDiListEntry **)NULL;
          }
            FillPrinterListEntry(pList[i], pDb, localeLen, locale);
      }
    }
    else
    {
      if((pList = (XpDiListEntry **)xalloc(2 * sizeof(XpDiListEntry *))) ==
         (XpDiListEntry **)NULL)
          return pList;

      if((pList[0] = (XpDiListEntry *)xalloc(sizeof(XpDiListEntry))) ==
           (XpDiListEntry *)NULL)
        {
          xfree(pList);
          return (XpDiListEntry **)NULL;
      }
      pList[1] = (XpDiListEntry *)NULL;
      if(GetPrinterListInfo(pList[0], nameLen, name, localeLen, locale) == 
         FALSE)
      {
          xfree(pList[0]);
          pList[0] = (XpDiListEntry *)NULL;
      }
    }
    return pList;
}

WindowPtr
XpDiValidatePrinter(char *printerName, int printerNameLen)
{
    PrinterDbPtr pCurEntry;
    WindowPtr pWin;

    for(pCurEntry = printerDb;
      pCurEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pCurEntry = pCurEntry->next)
    {
        if(strlen(pCurEntry->name) == printerNameLen &&
         !strncmp(pCurEntry->name, printerName, printerNameLen))
          return  WindowTable[pCurEntry->screenNum];
    }
    return (WindowPtr)NULL;
}

/*
 * XpDiGetDriverName takes a screen index and a printer name, and returns
 * a pointer to the name of the driver to be used for the specified printer
 * on the specified screen.
 */
char *
XpDiGetDriverName(int index, char *printerName)
{

    PrinterDbPtr pCurEntry;

    for(pCurEntry = printerDb;
      pCurEntry != (PrinterDbPtr)NULL; pCurEntry = pCurEntry->next)
    {
        if(pCurEntry->screenNum == index &&
         !strcmp(pCurEntry->name, printerName))
          return pCurEntry->driverName;
    }

    return (char *)NULL; /* XXX Should we supply a default driverName? */
}


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