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/*
 * @(#) $Id$
 *
 * commands.c
 */

/* lsftp, an implementation of the sftp protocol
 *
 * Copyright (C) 2001, Pontus Sköld
 * Portions of this code originately from the readline manual
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
 * published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
 * License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
 * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
 * General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
 * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA
 */

#include "commands.h"

int ls_longlist = 1;
int ls_all = 0;
int gp_cont = 1;


command commands[] = {
  { "cd", com_cd, "Change to directory DIR", 
    "Change to directory DIR, relative paths\n"
    "are handled by the other side. If DIR is"
    "the empty string, go to your home directory", REMOTEFILE, 1, 2 },

  { "rm", com_rm, "Delete file or directory ", 
    "rm is used to delete files or directories. To delete\n" 
    "directories, you need to specify the r option. Normally,\n"
    "the rm command doesn't glob (you have to give the exact\n"
    "of what you want to delete), but that can be enabled with\n"
    "the -g option.\n",
    REMOTEFILE, 1, 2 },

  { "delete", com_rm, "Synonym for `rm'", 
    "Please see the help for rm.", REMOTEFILE, 0, 2 },

  { "about", com_about, "Display information about lsftp", 
    "Displays some information about lsftp.", NOARG, 1, 1 },  

  { "help", com_help, "Display this text", 
    "help also displays more specific information for certain commands.", COMMAND, 1, 1 },

  { "?", com_help, "Synonym for `help'", 
    "You can type help COMMAND, but you've already discovered that\n", 
    COMMAND, 0, 1 },

  { "list", com_ls, "Synonym for ls", 
    "Please see the help for ls.", REMOTEFILE, 0, 2 },

  { "ls", com_ls, "List files remotely", 
    "ls lists files or folder remotely. It takes options to modify\n"
    "it's behaviour (normally derived from the global options that\n"
    "you can modify with set). Options may be given after a -(minus)\n"
    "sign. The option l toggles whatever files will be displayed in long\n"
    "listing mode. The a option toggles whatever files with names starting\n"
    "with dots will be shown unless specifically asked for.\n"
    "\n"
    "The ls command accepts globs, put for efficiency everything to the\n"
    "right of the last slash (/) is considered a filename-matching pattern\n"
    "meaning ls fo* lists information about files or folders with names\n"
    "starting with fo. ls fo*/ on the other hand will list information\n"
    "about files in directories with names starting with fo (and give\n"
    "error messages if you have any files with names starting with fo).",
    REMOTEFILE, 1, 2 },


  { "dir", com_ls, "Synonym for `ls'", 
    "Please see the help for ls", REMOTEFILE, 0, 2 },

  { "pwd", com_pwd, "Print the current working directory", 
    "pwd longdoc", NOARG, 1, 2 },

  { "quit", com_quit, "Quit using lsftp",
    "Leave lsftp", NOARG, 1, 1 },

  { "exit", com_quit, "Synonym for `quit'",
    "Leave lsftp", NOARG, 0, 1 },

  { "set", com_set, "Show or set variables",
    "Allows you to show or set variables is lsftp, " 
    "useful for brining mayhem.", OTHERARG, 0, 1 },

  { "mail", com_mail, "Run mail",
    "Starts mail", OTHERARG, 1, 3 },

  { "umask", com_umask, "Show or set umask",
    "Shows or sets your umask", OTHERARG, 1, 1 },


  { "jobs", com_jobs, "Job info",
    "Show status for JOBID", JOBID, 0, 1 },

  { "open", com_open, "Open a new connection to a site",
    "Opens a connection to a site", OTHERARG, 0, 1 },
  { "close", com_close, "Close an existing connection",
    "Close kills an existing connection", NOARG, 0, 2 },



  { "rename", com_mv, "Synonym for `mv'",
    "rename longdoc", REMOTEFILE, 0, 2 },
  { "mv", com_mv, "Rename FILE to NEWNAME",
    "rename longdoc", REMOTEFILE, 1, 2 },


  { "ln", com_ln, "Symlink FILE",
    "ln longdoc", REMOTEFILE, 1, 2 },



  { "get", com_get, "Get FILE to local system",
    "Get longdoc", REMOTEFILE, 1, 1 },

  { "put", com_put, "Put FILE to remote system",
    "Put longdoc", LOCALFILE, 1, 2 },

  { "chown", com_chown, "Change owner of FILE to UID", 
    "chown UID FILE changes the owner of FILE to UID", 
    REMOTEFILE, 1, 3 },

  { "chgrp", com_chgrp, "Change group of FILE to GID", 
    "chgrp GID FILE changes the group of FILE to GID", 
    REMOTEFILE, 1, 3 },

  
  { "lcd", com_lcd, "LOCALLY Change to directory DIR",
    "lcd longdoc" , LOCALFILE, 1, 2 },

  { "lrm", com_lrm, "LOCALLY Delete FILE", 
    "lrm longdoc" , LOCALFILE, 1, 2 },

  { "ldelete", com_lrm, "Synonym for `lrm'", 
    "ldelete longdoc" , LOCALFILE, 0, 2 },


  { "mkdir", com_mkdir, "Makes directory DIR [DIR...]", 
    "Makes a new directory" , OTHERARG, 0, 2 },


  { "llist", com_lls, "List files in LOCAL [DIR]", 
    "llist longdoc" , LOCALFILE, 0, 3 },

  { "lls", com_lls, "List files in LOCAL [DIR]", 
    "lls" , LOCALFILE, 1, 3 },

  { "ldir", com_lls, "Synonym for `lls'", 
    "ldir longdoc" , LOCALFILE, 0, 3 },

  { "lpwd", com_lpwd, "Print the current (local) working directory", 
    "lpwd longdoc" , LOCALFILE, 1, 2 },


  /*  { "lmv", com_lmv, "LOCALLY Rename FILE to NEWNAME", 
    "lmv longdoc" , LOCALFILE, 1 },
    { "lrename", com_lmv, "Synonym for `lmv'", 
    "lrename longdoc" , LOCALFILE, 1 }, */
  
  { "!", com_escape, "Send COMMAND to /bin/sh", 
    "Executes system(\"COMMAND\");" , OTHERARG, 1, 1 },

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  { NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, 0, 0, 0 }
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};

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static int
com_disconnected(void)
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{
  printf( "This command doesn't work in disconnected mode!\n" );
  return -1;
}

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static int
com_connected(void)
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{
  printf( "This command doesn't work in connected mode!\n" );
  return -1;
}

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int
com_help(const char *arg, const char *command UNUSED) 
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  const char *s;
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  char tmp[PATH_MAX];
  char* cmdname;
  int i=0;
  
  s = lsftp_s_skip(arg," \n\t\r"); /* Skip any initial whitespace */
  
  if( !s || ! (*s) ) /* End of string? */
    {
      /* No command given, show the short description */

      while( ( cmdname = commands[i].name) )
	if( commands[i++].visible )   /* Allow for "hidden" commands */
	  printf("%-10s -- %s\n",
		 cmdname, 
		 commands[i-1].doc
		 ); 
      /* Print command name (10 columns) -- documentation */
        
      return 0;
    }


  while(1)
    {
      int known=0;

      i=0;
      /* Get the first word from the line (the command) */
      s = lsftp_s_strtok(s," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX); 

  
      if( !s ) /* No more? */
	return 0;

      while( ( cmdname = commands[i++].name) )
	if ( ! strcmp(cmdname, tmp) )          /* We've got the command? */
	  {
	    known=1;
	    printf(
		   "%-10s -- %s\n%s\n", 
		   commands[i-1].name, 
		   commands[i-1].doc,
		   commands[i-1].longdoc
		   );
	    /* Print documentation */
	  }
  
      if( !known ) /* If no command matched, say so */
	printf("Unknown command %s\n", tmp);
    }

  return 0; /* Placeholder to stop complaints from compilers*/

}

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int
com_mail(const char *arg UNUSED, const char *command) 
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{
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  return system(command);
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}

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int
com_umask(const char *arg, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];
  int given = 0;

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
      int newmask = 0;

      given++; /* User gave a new mask */

      if( isdigit( tmp[0] ) )
	{
	  newmask = atol( tmp );
	  umask( newmask );
	}
      else
	printf( "Sorry, only numeric masks allowed\n" );

    }

  if( !given )
    {
      /* FIXME: Better way to check? */

      int oldmask = umask( 0 ); /* Get old and reset it */
      umask( oldmask );

      printf( "Your current umask is %o.\n", oldmask );
    }

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  /* FIXME: What does return value mean? */
  return 0;
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}

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int
com_escape(const char *arg, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  int ret;
  printf( "Launching %s\n", arg );
  ret = system( arg );
  printf( "Returned from system call %s\n", arg );

  return ret;
}

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int
com_quit(const char *arg UNUSED, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  com_close( "", "INTERNAL CLOSE COMMAND" );
  printf( "Bye\n" );

  mainloop=0;
  return 0;
}

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int
com_about(const char *arg UNUSED, const char *command UNUSED)
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{
  printf("%s %s\n", PACKAGE, VERSION);
  printf("Copyright (C) 2001, Pontus Sköld and various contributors\n\n");

  printf("This program is free software, you may distribute it under the\n");
  printf("terms of the GNU Genereal Public License. \n\n");
  
  printf("This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,\n");
  printf("but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of\n");
  printf("MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU\n");
  printf("General Public License for more details.\n");

  return 0;
}


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int
com_close(const char *arg UNUSED, const char *command UNUSED)
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{
  /* Close any existing connections */

  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  return lsftp_close_connection();
}


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int
com_open(const char *arg, const char *command UNUSED)
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{
  char** myargv;
  char** freeargv;
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  char tmp[PATH_MAX]; /* Used for arguments */

  int argcount = 0;
  int maxargs;

  if( lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out *if* connected */
    return com_connected();

  if( arg )                        /* Any arguments given? */
    maxargs = strlen( arg ) + 2;  /* We will have at most one pointer per charater in arg */
  else
    maxargs = 2;

  myargv = malloc( maxargs * sizeof( char* ) ); 

  if( myargv )     /* Malloc OK? */
    {
      myargv[argcount++] = "Internal argv[0]"; 

      while( argcount < maxargs &&  /* Still room in our array */
	     arg && 
	     *arg && 
	     ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	     )
	myargv[argcount++] = strdup( tmp );

      if( argcount < maxargs )      /* Exited not because the array was full */
	myargv[argcount] = 0;
      else                          /* Array was full, incredible but true */
	{
	  myargv[--argcount] = 0;
	  printf( "Warning, too many arguments given\n" );
	}

      lsftp_open_connection( myargv, argcount );

      freeargv = myargv;

      freeargv++; /* Skip first entry, we may not free that one */

      while( (s = *(freeargv++) ) )
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	/* Free doesn't take const pointers */
	free((void *) s );
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      free( myargv );

      lsftp_handshake();
      lsftp_sftp_init();
      
      lsftp_do_cd( "" );                   /* Change to our home directory */
    }
  else
    {
      perror( "malloc failed" );
    }

  return 0;
}



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int
com_cd(const char *arg, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];

  int didcd = 0;

  int fail = 0;


  while( !fail &&
	 !didcd &&
	 arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
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      const char **mglob;
      const char *ptr = 0;
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      mglob = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( tmp, 0, 1 );
      
      if( mglob ) /* Glob returned allright? */
	ptr = *mglob;
      
      if( ptr )
	{
	  if( lsftp_dc_r_isdir( ptr ) < 1 )
	    printf( "Error: %s: Not a directory!\n", ptr );
	  else
	    lsftp_do_cd( ptr );
	  
	  didcd = 1;
	}

      lsftp_dc_endglob( mglob );
    }

  if( !didcd )
    return lsftp_do_cd( "" );
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  /* FIXME: What does return value mean? */
  return 0;
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}


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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];

  int id;
  int mode = 0755;
  int fail = 0;

  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  while( !fail &&
	 arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
      id = lsftp_do_mkdir( tmp, mode, command ); /* FIXME: Default mode? */
      fail = ( -1 == lsftp_await_command( id ) );
    }

  return 0;
}

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static int
rm_file_or_folder(const char *path, const char *command, int recursive )
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  int isdir = lsftp_dc_r_isdir(path);
  char *sub = 0;
  const char **subglob = 0;
  const char **orgglob = 0;
  const char *ptr;
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  int err = 0;
  int id;

  if( !isdir ) /* Not a directory? */
    {
      id = lsftp_do_rm( path, command ); /* Delete it */
      
      if( id > 0 )
	{
	  lsftp_await_command( id );
	  return 0;
	}

      return id;
    }

  if( -1 == isdir ) /* Status checking failed? */
    {
      printf( "Error: can't determine status of %s.\n", path );
      return -1;
    }

  if(                     /* path is a directory, but user don't want to recurse */
     !recursive 
     )
    {
      printf( "Error: %s is a directory, try -r.\n", path );
      
      return -1;
    }
  
  sub = lsftp_concat( path, "/.*" );

  if( !sub )
    {
      perror( "concat failed" );
      return -1;
    }

  subglob = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( sub, 0, 0 );
  orgglob = subglob;

  if( subglob )
    while( !err && 
	   ( ptr = *(subglob++) ) ) 
      if(
	 !(                                         /* Not . or .. */
	   !strcmp( filename_part( ptr ), "." ) ||
	   !strcmp( filename_part( ptr ), ".." ) 
	   )
	 )
	err = rm_file_or_folder( ptr, command, recursive );
  
  lsftp_dc_endglob( orgglob );
  free( sub );
  
  if( err ) /* Bail out if failed */
    return -1; 
  
  /* Now do all files not starting with a period */
  
  sub = lsftp_concat( path, "/*" );
  
  if( !sub )
    {
      perror( "concat failed" );
      return -1;
    }
  
  subglob = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( sub, 0, 0 );
  orgglob = subglob;

  if( subglob ) /* Glob returned allright */
    while( !err && 
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      err = rm_file_or_folder( ptr, command, recursive );
  
  lsftp_dc_endglob( orgglob );
  free( sub );
  
  if( err ) /* Bail out if failed */
    return -1; 
  
  id = lsftp_do_rmdir( path, command );        /* Delete it */
  
  if( id > 0 )
    {
      lsftp_await_command( id );
      return 0;
     }
  else
    return id;
  
  return 0;
}


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int
com_rm(const char *arg, const char *command) 
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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];

  int recurse = 0;
  int globbing = 0;

  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    if( lsftp_get_opts( "rg", tmp )  )
      switch( lsftp_get_opts( "rg", tmp ) )
	{
	case 3: /* Both set? */
	  recurse = !recurse;
	  globbing = !globbing;
	  break;
	case 2: /* -r */
	  recurse = !recurse;
	  break;
	case 1: /* -g */
	  globbing = !globbing;
	  break;
	default:
	  printf( "Unknown option(s) %s\n", tmp );
	}
    else 
      {
	if( !globbing )
	  rm_file_or_folder( tmp, command, recurse );
	else      /* Globbing desired */
	  {
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	    const char **mglob;
	    const char **orgglob;
	    const char *ptr;
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	    mglob = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( tmp, 0, 1 );
	    orgglob = mglob;

	    if( mglob ) /* Glob returned allright? */		
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		rm_file_or_folder( ptr, command, recurse );
	    
	    lsftp_dc_endglob( orgglob );
	  }
      }


  return 0;
}

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int
com_ls(const char *arg, const char *command) 
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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];

  int didls = 0;
  int longlist = ls_longlist;
  int all = ls_all;
  int id;

  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
      if( lsftp_get_opts( "la", tmp )  ) 
	switch( lsftp_get_opts( "la", tmp ) )
	  {
	  case 3: /* Both set? */
	    longlist = !longlist;
	    all = !all;
	    break;
	  case 2: /* -l */
	    longlist = !longlist;
	    break;
	  case 1: /* -a */
	    all = !all;
	    break;
	  default:
	    printf( "Unknown option(s) %s\n", tmp );
	  }
      else
	{
	  id = lsftp_do_ls( tmp, command, longlist, all ); /* ls does globbing by itself */
	  didls++;
	  
	  lsftp_await_command( id );

/*  	  printf( "Returned from command\n" ); */
	} 
    }
  
  if( !didls ) /* No argument given? */
    {
      id = lsftp_do_ls( "", command, longlist, all );
      lsftp_await_command( id );
    }
  
/*    printf( "Returned from ls\n" ); */
  return 0;
}

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com_set(const char *arg, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];

  int show = 1;

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
      if( !strncmp( "sloppy_complete", tmp, strlen( "sloppy_complete" ) ) )
	{
	  char c = tmp[ strlen( "sloppy_complete" ) ];

	  if( !c )
	    printf( "sloppy_complete: %d\n", sloppy_complete );
	  else 
	    if( '=' == c )
	      sloppy_complete = atoi( tmp + strlen( "sloppy_complete=" ) ); 
	    else
	      printf( "I don't understand what you want to do, try sloppy_complete=2\n" );
	  
	  show = 0;
	}

      if( !strncmp( "buggy_server_treshold", tmp, strlen( "buggy_server_treshold" ) ) )
	{
	  char c = tmp[ strlen( "buggy_server_treshold" ) ];

	  if( !c )
	    printf( "buggy_server_treshold: %d\n", buggy_server_treshold );
	  else 
	    if( '=' == c )
	      buggy_server_treshold = atoi( tmp + 
					    strlen( "buggy_server_treshold=" ) ); 
	    else
	      printf( "I don't understand what you want to do, "
		      " try buggy_server_treshold=2\n" );
	  
	  show = 0;
	}

      if( !strncmp( "ls_all", tmp, strlen( "ls_all" ) ) )
	{
	  char c = tmp[ strlen( "ls_all" ) ];

	  if( !c )
	    printf( "ls_all: %d\n", ls_all );
	  else 
	    if( '=' == c )
	      ls_all = atoi( tmp + strlen( "ls_all=" ) ); 
	    else
	      printf( "I don't understand what you want to do, try ls_all=2\n" );

	  show = 0;
	}

      if( !strncmp( "ls_longlist", tmp, strlen( "ls_longlist" ) ) )
	{
	  char c = tmp[ strlen( "ls_longlist" ) ];

	  if( !c )
	    printf( "ls_longlist: %d\n", ls_longlist );
	  else 
	    if( '=' == c )
	      ls_longlist = atoi( tmp + strlen( "ls_longlist=" ) ); 
	    else
	      printf( "I don't understand what you want to do, try ls_longlist=2\n" );

	  show = 0;
	}

      if( !strncmp( "gp_cont", tmp, strlen( "gp_cont" ) ) )
	{
	  char c = tmp[ strlen( "gp_cont" ) ];

	  if( !c )
	    printf( "gp_cont: %d\n", gp_cont );
	  else 
	    if( '=' == c )
	      gp_cont = atoi( tmp + strlen( "gp_cont=" ) ); 
	    else
	      printf( "I don't understand what you want to do, try gp_cont=2\n" );

	  show = 0;
	}

      if( show ) /* Obviously something was given, but we didn't recognise it */
	printf( "Unknown command or variable: %s\n", tmp );
    }
  
  if( show ) /* No argument given? */
    {
      printf( "sloppy_complete: %d\n", sloppy_complete );
      printf( "ls_all: %d\n", ls_all );
      printf( "ls_longlist: %d\n", ls_longlist );
      printf( "gp_cont: %d\n", gp_cont );
      printf( "buggy_server_treshold: %d\n", buggy_server_treshold );
    }
  
  return 0;
}

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get_file_or_folder(const char *arg, const char *command,
		   int cont, const char *destname )
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  char buffer[PATH_MAX+1];

  struct stat st;
  int id;
  int mode = 0700;
  int mask;
  int isdir = lsftp_dc_r_isdir( arg );
  int ret;

  if( -1 == isdir ) /* Unable to determine dir or not? */
    {
      if( !strncmp( filename_part( arg ), "*", 2 ) ||
	  !strncmp( filename_part( arg ), ".*", 3 )
	  )  /* Empty directory will make globbing fail => * (or .*) */
	return 0;
      
      printf( "Unable to determine status of %s\n", arg );
      return -1;
    }

  if( !isdir )  /* Not a directory? */
    {
      int id;
      int ret = -1;
      
      if( !destname )
	id = lsftp_do_get( filename_part( arg ), arg, command, cont ); 
      else
	id = lsftp_do_get( destname, arg, command, cont ); 

      if( id > 0) /* Not a failure? */
	ret = lsftp_await_command( id );

      return ret;
    }

  /* Obviously a directory */
  
  /* FIXME: What do we expect filename_part( "foobar/" ) to return? */
  
  id = lsftp_do_stat( arg, &st );
  
  if( id > 0) /* Not a failure? */
    {
      lsftp_await_command( id );
      mode = st.st_mode;

      if( -1 == mode )
	mode = 0700;       /* FIXME: Default mode */
    }

  tmp = filename_part( arg ); /* Destination */

  if( destname )              /* If given, use it */
    tmp = destname;

  ret = lsftp_dc_l_isdir( tmp );

  printf( "Arg: %s, tmp: %s\n", arg, tmp );

  if( !ret )       /* Exists, but not a dir? */
    {
      printf( 
	     "Error, %s exists but is not a directory\n", 
	      tmp
	     );
      return -1;
    }
  
  if( -1 == ret ) /* stat failed (probably because no such dir) */
  {
    mask = umask( 0 );
    umask( mask );


    if( mkdir( tmp, (mode & ~mask) | 0700 ) )  /* Make sure we have proper access */
      {
	/* Problem while creating the directory? */
	
	perror( "mkdir failed" );
	return -1;
      }
  }
  
  ret = lsftp_dc_l_isdir( tmp ); /* Check status */
  
  if( 1 != ret ) /* If not directory, bail out */
    {
      printf( "Unable to create directory %s\n", tmp );
      return ret;
    }
  
  localwd = realpath( tmp, buffer ); /* FIXME: Should check boundary in configure somehow */  

  if( !destname ) /* No destination given => likely first call,
		   * make sure arg is an absolute path.
		   */
    {
      id = lsftp_do_realpath( arg, &remotewd );
      
      if( id > 0) /* Not a failure? */
	{
	  lsftp_await_command( id );      
	}
    }
  else
    {
      /* destname is given, trust arg is an absoulte path */

      remotewd = strdup( arg );
    }


  if( !localwd )
    {
      printf( "Error: failed to determine local cwd\n" );
      return -1;
    }
  else if( !remotewd )
    {
      printf( "Error: failed to determine remote cwd\n" );
      return -1;
    }

  /* Place trailing slashes after both paths */

  tmp = lsftp_concat( localwd, "/" );

  if( !tmp )
    {
      perror( "Concat failed\n" );
      return -1;
    }

  /* localwd is a static buffer, so don't free it */

  localwd = tmp;

  tmp = lsftp_concat( remotewd, "/" );

  if( !tmp )
    {
      perror( "Concat failed\n" );
      return -1;
    }

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  remotewd = tmp;
  
  /* Do globbing */

  tmp = lsftp_concat( remotewd, "*" );
  
  if( tmp )
    dirinfo = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( tmp, 0, 1 );
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  free( (void *) tmp );
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  tmp = lsftp_concat( remotewd, ".*" );
  if( tmp )
    dirinfo = lsftp_dc_r_contglob( tmp, dirinfo, 1 );
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  free( (void *) tmp );
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  if( dirinfo )
    {
      curdirinfo = dirinfo;
      
      while( *curdirinfo )
	{
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	  if( !(                                  /* Not . or .. */
		!strcmp( curentry, "." ) ||
		!strcmp( curentry, ".." ) 
		)
	      )
	    {
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	      src = lsftp_concat( remotewd, curentry );	      
	      dst = lsftp_concat( localwd, curentry );

	      if( src && dst )
		{
		  get_file_or_folder( src, command, cont, dst ); 
		  
		  free( src );
		  free( dst );
		}
	      else
		perror( "Concat failed" );	      
	    }
	  
	  curdirinfo++;  /* Next entry */
	}
      
      lsftp_dc_endglob( dirinfo );
    }
  
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  free( (void *) localwd ); /* Free memory used by to hold remote wd */
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  return 0;

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com_get(const char *arg, const char *command) 
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{
  int cont = gp_cont;
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];

  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    if( lsftp_get_opts( "c", tmp )  ) 
      switch( lsftp_get_opts( "c", tmp ) )
	{
	case 1:
	  cont = !cont;
	  break;
	default:
	  printf( "Unknown option(s) %s\n", tmp );
	}
    else
      {
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	const char **orgglob;
	const char *ptr;
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	glob = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( tmp, 0, 1 );
	orgglob = glob;
	
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	  get_file_or_folder( ptr, command, cont, 0 );
	  
	lsftp_dc_endglob( orgglob );
      }
 
  return 0;
}

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		   int cont, const char *destname )
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  struct stat st;
  int id;
  int mode = 0700;
  int isdir = lsftp_dc_l_isdir( arg );
  int err;
  int ret;

  if( -1 == isdir ) /* Unable to determine dir or not? */
    {
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	/* Empty directory will make globbing fail => * */
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	return 0;
      
      printf( "Unable to determine status of %s\n", arg );
      return -1;
    }

  if( !isdir )  /* Not a directory? */
    {
      int id;
      int ret = -1;
      
      if( !destname )
	id = lsftp_do_put( arg, filename_part( arg ), command, cont ); 
      else
	id = lsftp_do_put( arg, destname, command, cont ); 

      if( id > 0) /* Not a failure? */
	ret = lsftp_await_command( id );

      return ret;
    }

  /* Obviously a directory */
  
  /* FIXME: What do we expect filename_part( "foobar/" ) to return? */
  
  err = stat( arg, &st );

  if( -1 != err )      /* Not a failure? */
    mode = st.st_mode; /* Assign same modes as we have */
  else
    mode = 0700;       /* FIXME: Default mode */
    
  tmp = filename_part( arg ); /* Destination */

  if( destname )              /* If given, use it */
    tmp = destname;

  ret = lsftp_dc_r_isdir( tmp );
  
  if( !ret )       /* Exists, but not a dir? */
    {
      printf( 
	     "Error, %s exists but is not a directory\n", 
	      tmp
	     );
      return -1;
    }
  
  if( -1 == ret ) /* stat failed (probably because no such dir) */
  {
    id = lsftp_do_mkdir( tmp, mode, command ); /* Make directory */
    
    if( id > 0) /* Not a failure? */
      ret = lsftp_await_command( id );

    ret = lsftp_dc_r_isdir( tmp ); /* Check status */

    if( 1 != ret ) /* If not directory, bail out */
      {
	printf( "Unable to create directory %s\n", tmp );
	return ret;
      }

  }

  localwd = realpath( arg, buffer );

  if( !destname ) /* No destination given => Make path absolute */
    {
 
      id = lsftp_do_realpath( filename_part( arg ), &remotewd );
  
      if( id > 0) /* Not a failure? */
	{
	  lsftp_await_command( id );      
	}
    }
  else
    {
      /* destname is given, trust it is an absoulte path */

      remotewd = strdup( destname );
    }


  if( !localwd )
    {
      printf( "Error: failed to determine local cwd\n" );
      return -1;
    }
  else if( !remotewd )
    {
      printf( "Error: failed to determine remote cwd\n" );
      return -1;

    }


  /* Place trailing slashes after both paths */

  tmp = lsftp_concat( localwd, "/" );

  if( !tmp )
    {
      perror( "Concat failed\n" );
      return -1;
    }

  /* localwd is a static buffer, so don't free it */

  localwd = tmp;

  tmp = lsftp_concat( remotewd, "/" );

  if( !tmp )
    {
      perror( "Concat failed\n" );
      return -1;
    }

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  remotewd = tmp;
  
  /* Do globbing */

  tmp = lsftp_concat( localwd, "*" );
  
  if( tmp )
    dirinfo = lsftp_dc_l_startglob( tmp, 1 );
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  tmp = lsftp_concat( localwd, ".*" );
  if( tmp )
    dirinfo = lsftp_dc_l_contglob( tmp, dirinfo, 1 );
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  if( dirinfo )
    {
      curdirinfo = dirinfo;
      
      while( *curdirinfo )
	{
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	  if( !(                                  /* Not . or .. */
		!strcmp( curentry, "." ) ||
		!strcmp( curentry, ".." ) 
		)
	      )
	    {
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	      char *dst;
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	      src = lsftp_concat( localwd, curentry );
	      dst = lsftp_concat( remotewd, curentry );

	      if( src && dst )
		{

		  put_file_or_folder( src, command, cont, dst ); 
		  
		  free( src );
		  free( dst );
		}
	      else
		perror( "Concat failed" );	      
	    }
	  
	  curdirinfo++;  /* Next entry */
	}
      
      lsftp_dc_endglob( dirinfo );
    }
  
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  free( (void *) localwd ); /* Free memory used by to hold remote wd */
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  return 0;
}    



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int com_put(const char *arg, const char *command) 
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  char tmp[PATH_MAX];
  int cont = gp_cont;

  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    if( lsftp_get_opts( "c", tmp )  ) 
      switch( lsftp_get_opts( "c", tmp ) )
	{
	case 1:
	  cont = !cont;
	  break;
	default:
	  printf( "Unknown option(s) %s\n", tmp );
	}
    else
      {
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	const char **orgglob;
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	orgglob = glob;
	
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	lsftp_dc_endglob( orgglob );
      }
  
 
  return 0;
}


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  char tmp[PATH_MAX];
  int gotuid = 0;
  int enough_parameters = 0;
  long newuid = 0;
  struct stat st;

  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    if( !gotuid ) 
      {
	if( isdigit( tmp[0] ) ) /* Numeric GID? FIXME: Better check? */
	  newuid = atol( tmp );
	else
	  {
	    struct passwd* pwd;

	    printf( "Warning: performing LOCAL lookup of user %s\n", tmp ); /* Warn user */
	    
	    pwd = getpwnam( tmp );

	    if( pwd ) /* OK? */
	      newuid = pwd->pw_uid; /* get uid */
	    else
	      {
		printf( "Lookup failed!\n" );
		return -1; /* Signal failure */
	      }
	  }

	gotuid = 1;
      }
    else
      {
	int id;
	
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	const char **orgglob;
	const char *ptr;
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	enough_parameters++;
	
	glob = lsftp_dc_l_startglob( tmp, 1 );
	orgglob = glob;
	
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	  {
	    id = lsftp_do_stat( ptr, &st );

       	    if( id > 0) /* Not a failure? */
	      {
		lsftp_await_command( id );
		lsftp_do_chown( ptr, newuid, st.st_gid, command );
	      }
	    
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	  }
	
	free( orgglob );
      }
	

  if( !enough_parameters )
    {
      printf( "chown needs at least two parameters\n" );
      return -1;
    }

  return 0;
}


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int com_chgrp(const char *arg, const char *command) 
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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];
  int gotgid = 0;
  long newgid = 0;
  int enough_parameters = 0;
  struct stat st;

  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    if( !gotgid )  /* First time? */
      {
	if( isdigit( tmp[0] ) ) /* Numeric GID? FIXME: Better check? */
	  newgid = atol( tmp );
	else
	  {
	    struct group* gr;

	    printf("Warning: performing LOCAL lookup of group %s\n", tmp ); /* Warn user */
	    
	    gr = getgrnam( tmp );

	    if( gr ) /* OK? */
	      newgid = gr->gr_gid; /* Get gid */
	    else
	      {
		printf("Lookup failed!\n");
		return -1; /* Signal failure */
	      }
	  }

	gotgid = 1;
      }
    else
      {
	int id;

	enough_parameters++;
	id = lsftp_do_stat( tmp, &st );

	if( id > 0) /* Not a failure? */
	  {
	    lsftp_await_command( id );
	  
	    lsftp_do_chown( tmp, st.st_uid, newgid, command );
	  }
      }

  if( !enough_parameters )
    {
      printf( "chgrp needs at least two parameters\n" );
      return -1;
    }

  return 0;
}

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int
com_jobs(const char *arg, const char *command UNUSED)
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{
  int listjobs = 0;
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
      int jobid;

      jobid = atoi( tmp );
      lsftp_cb_status( jobid ); 
      listjobs++;
    }

  if( !listjobs )
    lsftp_cb_list();

  return 0;
}


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int
com_pwd(const char *arg UNUSED, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  char* pwd;

  pwd = lsftp_pwd();

  if( pwd )
    printf( "%s\n", pwd );
  else
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  return 0;
}

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int
com_mv(const char *arg, const char *command) 
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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];
  char dst[PATH_MAX+1];
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  const char **orgglob;
  const char *ptr;  
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  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
      glob = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( tmp, 0, 1 );
      orgglob = glob;
      
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	{
	  strncpy( dst, ptr, PATH_MAX );
	  i++;
	}

      lsftp_dc_endglob( orgglob );
      }
  
  if( i <= 1 ) /* To few arguments */
    {
      printf( "mv needs at least two parameters\n" );
      return -1;
    }
  
  arg = orgarg;

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
      glob = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( tmp, 0, 1 );
      orgglob = glob;
      
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	{
	  j++;
	  if( j != i ) /* Not the last argument? */
	    {
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	      /* More than one source and one destination => we should append src to dst/.
	       * Same goes if dst is a directory */

	      if( 2 != i ||
		  ( lsftp_dc_r_isdir( dst ) > 0 )
		  ) 
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		  char *tmp2 = NULL;
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		  if( tmp1 )
		    tmp2 = lsftp_concat( tmp1, filename_part( ptr ) );          /* And make the new path for ptr (dst/ptr or so) */
		  
		  if( tmp2 )		    
		    lsftp_do_mv( ptr, tmp2, command );
		  else
		    perror( "problem while working with strings" );
	
		  free( tmp1 );
		  free( tmp2 );
		}
	      else
		lsftp_do_mv( ptr, dst, command );
	    }
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	}

      free( orgglob );
      }

  return 0;
}

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int
com_ln(const char *arg, const char *command) 
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{
  char link[PATH_MAX];
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];

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  int j = 0;
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  const char **orgglob;
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  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();




  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
      glob = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( tmp, 0, 1 );
      orgglob = glob;
      
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	{
	  strncpy( link, ptr, PATH_MAX );
	  i++;
	}
      
      lsftp_dc_endglob( orgglob );
    }
  
  if( i < 1 ) /* To few arguments */
    {
      printf( "ln needs at least one parameters\n" );
      return -1;
    }
  
  if( 1 == i ) /* Exactly one argument? */
    {
      /* User hopefully wants to create a symlink to that argument in the current directory 
       *
       * So linkpath will be the the filename part of the argument,
       * and linkpath the full argument.
       * 
       */

      lsftp_do_ln( filename_part( link ), link, command );

      return 0;
   }

  /* Many arguments 
   *
   * The user wants to make links 
   *
   */
  
  arg = orgarg;

  while( arg && 
	 *arg && 
	 ( arg = lsftp_s_strtok( arg," \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX ) ) 
	 )
    {
      glob = lsftp_dc_r_startglob( tmp, 0, 1 );
      orgglob = glob;
      
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	{
	  j++;
	  if( j != i ) /* Not the last argument? */
	    {
	      if( 1 == lsftp_dc_r_isdir( link ) ) /* Link is a directory?  */
		{
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		  char *tmp2 = NULL;
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		  if( tmp1 ) /* And make the new path for ptr (link/ptr or so) */
		    tmp2 = lsftp_concat( tmp1, filename_part( ptr ) ); 
		  
		  if( tmp2 )		    
		    lsftp_do_ln( link, tmp2, command );
		  else
		    perror( "problem while working with strings" );
	
		  free( tmp1 );
		  free( tmp2 );
		}
	      else
		lsftp_do_ln( link, ptr, command );
	    }
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      free( orgglob );
      }

  return 0;
}

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int
com_lcd(const char *arg, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];
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  int ret;

  while( 
	( arg =
	  lsftp_s_strtok( arg, " \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX )
	  )
	) /* Get argument */    
    gldata = lsftp_dc_l_contglob( tmp, gldata, 1 );

  switch( lsftp_dc_numglob( gldata )  )
    {
    case 0:        /* No path given, go home */
      ret = chdir("~");
      break;
      
    case 1:
      ret = chdir( gldata[0] );
      break;
      
    default:
      printf( "lcd: To many arguments (expected one, got %d)\n", 
	      lsftp_dc_numglob( gldata )
	      );
    }
  
  lsftp_dc_endglob( gldata );
  
  return 0;
}

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int
com_lrm(const char *arg UNUSED, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  printf("lrm\n");

  if( !lsftp_connected() )   /* Bail out if not connected */
    return com_disconnected();

  return 0;
}

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/* FIXME: Use idcache.c? */
static const char *
uidstring( int uid )
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{
  static char uids[10];
  struct passwd* p = getpwuid( uid );

  if( p ) /* Negative result */
    return p->pw_name;

  snprintf( uids, 9, "%d", uid );

  return uids;
}

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gidstring( int gid )
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{
  static char gids[10];
  struct group* g = getgrgid( gid );

  if( g )
    return g->gr_name;

  snprintf( gids, 9, "%d", gid );
  return gids;
}

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/* FIXME: Use filemode.c? */
int
com_lls(const char *arg, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  char tmp[PATH_MAX];
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  struct stat st;
  int i = 0;

  int longlist = ls_longlist;
  int all = ls_all;

  int args = 0;
  int err;

  while( 
	( arg =
	  lsftp_s_strtok( arg, " \n\t\r", tmp, PATH_MAX )
	  )
	) /* Get argument */    
    {
      if( lsftp_get_opts( "la", tmp )  ) 
	switch( lsftp_get_opts( "la", tmp ) )
	  {
	  case 3: /* Both set? */
	    longlist = !longlist;
	    all = !all;
	    break;
	  case 2: /* -l */
	    longlist = !longlist;
	    break;
	  case 1: /* -a */
	    all = !all;
	    break;
	  default:
	    printf( "Unknown option(s) %s\n", tmp );
	  }
      else
	{
	  gldata = lsftp_dc_l_contglob( tmp, gldata, 1 );
	  args++;
	}
    }

  if( !args )
    {
       gldata = lsftp_dc_l_contglob( ".*", gldata, 1 );
       gldata = lsftp_dc_l_contglob( "*", gldata, 1 );
    }

  if( gldata )

    while( gldata[i] )
      {
	err = stat( gldata[i], &st );

	if( err )
	  printf( "%s: not found\n", gldata[i] );
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	else if( all || ( gldata[i][0] != '.' ) )
	  {
	    /* Show all files or not staring with . */
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	    if( ! longlist )
	      printf( "%s\n", gldata[i] );
	    else
	      {
		int j;
		char modestring[11];

		for( j=0; j < 11; j++ )
		  modestring[j] = '-';
		modestring[10] = 0;

		if( S_ISDIR( st.st_mode ) )
		  modestring[0] = 'd';
		else if( S_ISBLK( st.st_mode ) )
		  modestring[0] = 'b';
		else if( S_ISCHR( st.st_mode ) )
		  modestring[0] = 'c';
		else if( S_ISSOCK( st.st_mode ) )
		  modestring[0] = 's';
		else if( S_ISFIFO( st.st_mode ) )
		  modestring[0] = 'p';

		if( st.st_mode & S_IRUSR )
		  modestring[1] = 'r';
		if( st.st_mode & S_IWUSR )
		  modestring[2] = 'w';
		if( st.st_mode & S_IXUSR )
		  modestring[3] = 'x';

		if( st.st_mode & S_IRGRP )
		  modestring[4] = 'r';
		if( st.st_mode & S_IWGRP )
		  modestring[5] = 'w';
		if( st.st_mode & S_IXGRP )
		  modestring[6] = 'x';

		if( st.st_mode & S_IROTH )
		  modestring[7] = 'r';
		if( st.st_mode & S_IWOTH )
		  modestring[8] = 'w';
		if( st.st_mode & S_IXOTH )
		  modestring[9] = 'x';

		if( st.st_mode & S_ISUID )
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		  {
		    if( st.st_mode & S_IXUSR )
		      modestring[3] = 's';
		    else
		      modestring[3] = 'S';
		  }
		
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		if( st.st_mode & S_ISGID )
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		  {
		    if( st.st_mode & S_IXGRP )
		      modestring[6] = 's';
		    else
		      modestring[6] = 'S';
		  }
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		if( st.st_mode & S_ISVTX )
		  {
		    if( st.st_mode & S_IXOTH )
		      modestring[6] = 't';
		    else
		      modestring[6] = 'T';
		  }
		/* FIXME: Doesn't handle off_t larger than long */
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		printf( 
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		       modestring, 
		       st.st_nlink, 
		       uidstring( st.st_uid ), 
		       gidstring( st.st_gid ),
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		       (long) st.st_size 
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		       );
		
		printf( "%s\n", gldata[i] );

	      }
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	  }
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	i++;
      }
  
  lsftp_dc_endglob( gldata );
  
  return 0;
}

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int
com_lpwd(const char *arg UNUSED, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  char* pwd;
  pwd = getcwd( NULL, PATH_MAX ); /* Get where we are now */

  if( !pwd )            /* Failed? */
    return -1;

  printf( "%s\n",pwd ); /*  Print it */
  free( pwd );
  return 0;      
  
}

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int
com_lmv(const char *arg UNUSED, const char *command UNUSED) 
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{
  printf("lmv\n");

  return 0;
}


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int
handle_command(const char *s)
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  int i=0;
    
  s = lsftp_s_skip(s," \n\t\r"); /* Skip any initial whitespace */
  
  if( !s || !(*s) ) /* s is NULL or contains only whitespace */
    /* No command */
    return  NOCOMMAND;

  /* Special cases for ! and ? commands - allow arguments without whitespace separator */

  if( s && s[0] == '!' && isalnum( s[1] ) ) /* Commands is !x... ? */
    return com_escape( s+1, entered_cmd );

  if( s && s[0] == '?' && isalnum( s[1] ) ) /* Commands is ?x... ? */
    return com_help( s+1, entered_cmd );

  /* Get the first word from the line (the command) */

  s = lsftp_s_strtok(s," \n\t\r", tmp, WORDLENMAX); 
  
  if(!s) /* s equals null ? */
    return NOCOMMAND;

  while( 
	( cmdname = commands[i].name ) 
	)
    {
      int tmplen = strlen( tmp );
      int neededlen = commands[i++].uniquelen;
      
      if( neededlen <= tmplen  &&  /* Sufficiently long string? */
	  !strncmp( cmdname, tmp, tmplen )  /* Matching command? */                
	  )          
	return commands[i-1].func( 
				lsftp_s_skip(s," \n\t\r"), 
				entered_cmd 
				);
	
    }

  printf("Unknown command %s\n", tmp);
  return -UNKNOWNCOMMAND;

}