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 package org.apache.commons.net.ftp.parser;
 import java.util.List;
 
 import  org.apache.commons.net.ftp.FTPClientConfig;
 import  org.apache.commons.net.ftp.FTPFile;

Implementation FTPFileEntryParser and FTPFileListParser for standard Unix Systems. This class is based on the logic of Daniel Savarese's DefaultFTPListParser, but adapted to use regular expressions and to fit the new FTPFileEntryParser interface.

Version:
$Id: UnixFTPEntryParser.java 1489361 2013-06-04 09:48:36Z sebb $
See also:
org.apache.commons.net.ftp.FTPFileEntryParser FTPFileEntryParser (for usage instructions)
 
 public class UnixFTPEntryParser extends ConfigurableFTPFileEntryParserImpl
 {
 
     static final String DEFAULT_DATE_FORMAT
         = "MMM d yyyy"//Nov 9 2001
 
     static final String DEFAULT_RECENT_DATE_FORMAT
         = "MMM d HH:mm"//Nov 9 20:06
 
     static final String NUMERIC_DATE_FORMAT
         = "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm"//2001-11-09 20:06
 
    
Some Linux distributions are now shipping an FTP server which formats file listing dates in an all-numeric format: "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm. This is a very welcome development, and hopefully it will soon become the standard. However, since it is so new, for now, and possibly forever, we merely accomodate it, but do not make it the default.

For now end users may specify this format only via UnixFTPEntryParser(FTPClientConfig). Steve Cohen - 2005-04-17

 
     public static final FTPClientConfig NUMERIC_DATE_CONFIG =
         new FTPClientConfig(
                 FTPClientConfig.SYST_UNIX,
                 ,
                 nullnullnullnull);

    
this is the regular expression used by this parser. Permissions: r the file is readable w the file is writable x the file is executable - the indicated permission is not granted L mandatory locking occurs during access (the set-group-ID bit is on and the group execution bit is off) s the set-user-ID or set-group-ID bit is on, and the corresponding user or group execution bit is also on S undefined bit-state (the set-user-ID bit is on and the user execution bit is off) t the 1000 (octal) bit, or sticky bit, is on [see chmod(1)], and execution is on T the 1000 bit is turned on, and execution is off (undefined bit- state) e z/OS external link bit
 
     private static final String REGEX =
         "([bcdelfmpSs-])"
         +"(((r|-)(w|-)([xsStTL-]))((r|-)(w|-)([xsStTL-]))((r|-)(w|-)([xsStTL-])))\\+?\\s*"
         + "(\\d+)\\s+"                                  // link count
         + "(?:(\\S+(?:\\s\\S+)*?)\\s+)?"                // owner name (optional spaces)
         + "(?:(\\S+(?:\\s\\S+)*)\\s+)?"                 // group name (optional spaces)
         + "(\\d+(?:,\\s*\\d+)?)\\s+"                    // size or n,m
         /*
          * numeric or standard format date:
          *   yyyy-mm-dd (expecting hh:mm to follow)
          *   MMM [d]d
          *   [d]d MMM
          *   N.B. use non-space for MMM to allow for languages such as German which use
          *   diacritics (e.g. umlaut) in some abbreviations.
        */
        + "((?:\\d+[-/]\\d+[-/]\\d+)|(?:\\S{3}\\s+\\d{1,2})|(?:\\d{1,2}\\s+\\S{3}))\\s+"
        /*
           year (for non-recent standard format) - yyyy
           or time (for numeric or recent standard format) [h]h:mm
        */
        + "(\\d+(?::\\d+)?)\\s+"
        + "(\\S*)(\\s*.*)"// the rest


    
The default constructor for a UnixFTPEntryParser object.

Throws:
IllegalArgumentException Thrown if the regular expression is unparseable. Should not be seen under normal conditions. It it is seen, this is a sign that REGEX is not a valid regular expression.
    public UnixFTPEntryParser()
    {
        this(null);
    }

    
This constructor allows the creation of a UnixFTPEntryParser object with something other than the default configuration.

Parameters:
config The configuration object used to configure this parser.
Throws:
IllegalArgumentException Thrown if the regular expression is unparseable. Should not be seen under normal conditions. It it is seen, this is a sign that REGEX is not a valid regular expression.
Since:
1.4
    public UnixFTPEntryParser(FTPClientConfig config)
    {
        super();
        configure(config);
    }

    
Preparse the list to discard "total nnn" lines
    @Override
    public List<StringpreParse(List<Stringoriginal) {
        ListIterator<Stringiter = original.listIterator();
        while (iter.hasNext()) {
            String entry = iter.next();
            if (entry.matches("^total \\d+$")) { // NET-389
                iter.remove();
            }
        }
        return original;
    }

    
Parses a line of a unix (standard) FTP server file listing and converts it into a usable format in the form of an FTPFile instance. If the file listing line doesn't describe a file, null is returned, otherwise a FTPFile instance representing the files in the directory is returned.

Parameters:
entry A line of text from the file listing
Returns:
An FTPFile instance corresponding to the supplied entry
//    @Override
    public FTPFile parseFTPEntry(String entry) {
        FTPFile file = new FTPFile();
        file.setRawListing(entry);
        int type;
        boolean isDevice = false;
        if (matches(entry))
        {
            String typeStr = group(1);
            String hardLinkCount = group(15);
            String usr = group(16);
            String grp = group(17);
            String filesize = group(18);
            String datestr = group(19) + " " + group(20);
            String name = group(21);
            String endtoken = group(22);
            try
            {
                file.setTimestamp(super.parseTimestamp(datestr));
            }
            catch (ParseException e)
            {
                 // intentionally do nothing
            }
            // A 'whiteout' file is an ARTIFICIAL entry in any of several types of
            // 'translucent' filesystems, of which a 'union' filesystem is one.
            // bcdelfmpSs-
            switch (typeStr.charAt(0))
            {
            case 'd':
                type = FTPFile.DIRECTORY_TYPE;
                break;
            case 'e'// NET-39 => z/OS external link
                type = FTPFile.SYMBOLIC_LINK_TYPE;
                break;
            case 'l':
                type = FTPFile.SYMBOLIC_LINK_TYPE;
                break;
            case 'b':
            case 'c':
                isDevice = true;
                type = FTPFile.FILE_TYPE; // TODO change this if DEVICE_TYPE implemented
                break;
            case 'f':
            case '-':
                type = FTPFile.FILE_TYPE;
                break;
            default// e.g. ? and w = whiteout
                type = FTPFile.UNKNOWN_TYPE;
            }
            file.setType(type);
            int g = 4;
            for (int access = 0; access < 3; access++, g += 4)
            {
                // Use != '-' to avoid having to check for suid and sticky bits
                file.setPermission(access, FTPFile.READ_PERMISSION,
                                   (!group(g).equals("-")));
                file.setPermission(access, FTPFile.WRITE_PERMISSION,
                                   (!group(g + 1).equals("-")));
                String execPerm = group(g + 2);
                if (!execPerm.equals("-") && !Character.isUpperCase(execPerm.charAt(0)))
                {
                    file.setPermission(access, FTPFile.EXECUTE_PERMISSION, true);
                }
                else
                {
                    file.setPermission(access, FTPFile.EXECUTE_PERMISSION, false);
                }
            }
            if (!isDevice)
            {
                try
                {
                    file.setHardLinkCount(Integer.parseInt(hardLinkCount));
                }
                catch (NumberFormatException e)
                {
                    // intentionally do nothing
                }
            }
            file.setUser(usr);
            file.setGroup(grp);
            try
            {
                file.setSize(Long.parseLong(filesize));
            }
            catch (NumberFormatException e)
            {
                // intentionally do nothing
            }
            if (null == endtoken)
            {
                file.setName(name);
            }
            else
            {
                // oddball cases like symbolic links, file names
                // with spaces in them.
                name += endtoken;
                if (type == FTPFile.SYMBOLIC_LINK_TYPE)
                {
                    int end = name.indexOf(" -> ");
                    // Give up if no link indicator is present
                    if (end == -1)
                    {
                        file.setName(name);
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        file.setName(name.substring(0, end));
                        file.setLink(name.substring(end + 4));
                    }
                }
                else
                {
                    file.setName(name);
                }
            }
            return file;
        }
        return null;
    }

    
Defines a default configuration to be used when this class is instantiated without a FTPClientConfig FTPClientConfig parameter being specified.

Returns:
the default configuration for this parser.
    @Override
    protected FTPClientConfig getDefaultConfiguration() {
        return new FTPClientConfig(
                FTPClientConfig.SYST_UNIX,
                ,
                ,
                nullnullnull);
    }
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