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/* File retrieval.
   Copyright (C) 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

This file is part of GNU Wget.

GNU Wget 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.

GNU Wget is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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In addition, as a special exception, the Free Software Foundation
gives permission to link the code of its release of Wget with the
OpenSSL project's "OpenSSL" library (or with modified versions of it
that use the same license as the "OpenSSL" library), and distribute
the linked executables.  You must obey the GNU General Public License
in all respects for all of the code used other than "OpenSSL".  If you
modify this file, you may extend this exception to your version of the
file, but you are not obligated to do so.  If you do not wish to do
so, delete this exception statement from your version.  */

#include <config.h>

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
# include <unistd.h>
#endif /* HAVE_UNISTD_H */
#include <errno.h>
# include <string.h>
# include <strings.h>
#endif /* HAVE_STRING_H */
#include <assert.h>

#include "wget.h"
#include "utils.h"
#include "retr.h"
#include "progress.h"
#include "url.h"
#include "recur.h"
#include "ftp.h"
#include "host.h"
#include "connect.h"
#include "hash.h"
#include "convert.h"
#include "ptimer.h"

#ifndef errno
extern int errno;

/* Total size of downloaded files.  Used to enforce quota.  */
SUM_SIZE_INT total_downloaded_bytes;

/* If non-NULL, the stream to which output should be written.  This
   stream is initialized when `-O' is used.  */
FILE *output_stream;

/* Whether output_document is a regular file we can manipulate,
   i.e. not `-' or a device file. */
int output_stream_regular;
static struct {
  wgint chunk_bytes;
  double chunk_start;
  double sleep_adjust;
} limit_data;

static void
limit_bandwidth_reset (void)
  limit_data.chunk_bytes = 0;
  limit_data.chunk_start = 0;
  limit_data.sleep_adjust = 0;

/* Limit the bandwidth by pausing the download for an amount of time.
   BYTES is the number of bytes received from the network, and TIMER
   is the timer that started at the beginning of download.  */

static void
limit_bandwidth (wgint bytes, struct ptimer *timer)
  double delta_t = ptimer_read (timer) - limit_data.chunk_start;
  double expected;

  limit_data.chunk_bytes += bytes;

  /* Calculate the amount of time we expect downloading the chunk
     should take.  If in reality it took less time, sleep to
     compensate for the difference.  */
  expected = 1000.0 * limit_data.chunk_bytes / opt.limit_rate;

  if (expected > delta_t)
      double slp = expected - delta_t + limit_data.sleep_adjust;
      double t0, t1;
      if (slp < 200)
        DEBUGP (("deferring a %.2f ms sleep (%s/%.2f).\n",
               slp, number_to_static_string (limit_data.chunk_bytes),
      DEBUGP (("\nsleeping %.2f ms for %s bytes, adjust %.2f ms\n",
             slp, number_to_static_string (limit_data.chunk_bytes),

      t0 = ptimer_read (timer);
      xsleep (slp / 1000);
      t1 = ptimer_measure (timer);

      /* Due to scheduling, we probably slept slightly longer (or
       shorter) than desired.  Calculate the difference between the
       desired and the actual sleep, and adjust the next sleep by
       that amount.  */
      limit_data.sleep_adjust = slp - (t1 - t0);
      /* If sleep_adjust is very large, it's likely due to suspension
       and not clock inaccuracy.  Don't enforce those.  */
      if (limit_data.sleep_adjust > 500)
      limit_data.sleep_adjust = 500;
      else if (limit_data.sleep_adjust < -500)
      limit_data.sleep_adjust = -500;

  limit_data.chunk_bytes = 0;
  limit_data.chunk_start = ptimer_read (timer);

#ifndef MIN
# define MIN(i, j) ((i) <= (j) ? (i) : (j))

/* Write data in BUF to OUT.  However, if *SKIP is non-zero, skip that
   amount of data and decrease SKIP.  Increment *TOTAL by the amount
   of data written.  */

static int
write_data (FILE *out, const char *buf, int bufsize, wgint *skip,
          wgint *written)
  if (!out)
    return 1;
  if (*skip > bufsize)
      *skip -= bufsize;
      return 1;
  if (*skip)
      buf += *skip;
      bufsize -= *skip;
      *skip = 0;
      if (bufsize == 0)
      return 1;

  fwrite (buf, 1, bufsize, out);
  *written += bufsize;

  /* Immediately flush the downloaded data.  This should not hinder
     performance: fast downloads will arrive in large 16K chunks
     (which stdio would write out immediately anyway), and slow
     downloads wouldn't be limited by disk speed.  */
  fflush (out);
  return !ferror (out);

/* Read the contents of file descriptor FD until it the connection
   terminates or a read error occurs.  The data is read in portions of
   up to 16K and written to OUT as it arrives.  If opt.verbose is set,
   the progress is shown.

   TOREAD is the amount of data expected to arrive, normally only used
   by the progress gauge.

   STARTPOS is the position from which the download starts, used by
   the progress gauge.  If QTYREAD is non-NULL, the value it points to
   is incremented by the amount of data read from the network.  If
   QTYWRITTEN is non-NULL, the value it points to is incremented by
   the amount of data written to disk.  The time it took to download
   the data (in milliseconds) is stored to ELAPSED.

   The function exits and returns the amount of data read.  In case of
   error while reading data, -1 is returned.  In case of error while
   writing data, -2 is returned.  */

fd_read_body (int fd, FILE *out, wgint toread, wgint startpos,
            wgint *qtyread, wgint *qtywritten, double *elapsed, int flags)
  int ret = 0;

  static char dlbuf[16384];
  int dlbufsize = sizeof (dlbuf);

  struct ptimer *timer = NULL;
  double last_successful_read_tm = 0;

  /* The progress gauge, set according to the user preferences. */
  void *progress = NULL;

  /* Non-zero if the progress gauge is interactive, i.e. if it can
     continually update the display.  When true, smaller timeout
     values are used so that the gauge can update the display when
     data arrives slowly. */
  int progress_interactive = 0;

  int exact = flags & rb_read_exactly;
  wgint skip = 0;

  /* How much data we've read/written.  */
  wgint sum_read = 0;
  wgint sum_written = 0;

  if (flags & rb_skip_startpos)
    skip = startpos;

  if (opt.verbose)
      /* If we're skipping STARTPOS bytes, pass 0 as the INITIAL
       argument to progress_create because the indicator doesn't
       (yet) know about "skipping" data.  */
      progress = progress_create (skip ? 0 : startpos, startpos + toread);
      progress_interactive = progress_interactive_p (progress);

  if (opt.limit_rate)
    limit_bandwidth_reset ();

  /* A timer is needed for tracking progress, for throttling, and for
     tracking elapsed time.  If either of these are requested, start
     the timer.  */
  if (progress || opt.limit_rate || elapsed)
      timer = ptimer_new ();
      last_successful_read_tm = 0;

  /* Use a smaller buffer for low requested bandwidths.  For example,
     with --limit-rate=2k, it doesn't make sense to slurp in 16K of
     data and then sleep for 8s.  With buffer size equal to the limit,
     we never have to sleep for more than one second.  */
  if (opt.limit_rate && opt.limit_rate < dlbufsize)
    dlbufsize = opt.limit_rate;

  /* Read from FD while there is data to read.  Normally toread==0
     means that it is unknown how much data is to arrive.  However, if
     EXACT is set, then toread==0 means what it says: that no data
     should be read.  */
  while (!exact || (sum_read < toread))
      int rdsize = exact ? MIN (toread - sum_read, dlbufsize) : dlbufsize;
      double tmout = opt.read_timeout;
      if (progress_interactive)
        /* For interactive progress gauges, always specify a ~1s
           timeout, so that the gauge can be updated regularly even
           when the data arrives very slowly or stalls.  */
        tmout = 0.95;
        if (opt.read_timeout)
            double waittm;
            waittm = (ptimer_read (timer) - last_successful_read_tm) / 1000;
            if (waittm + tmout > opt.read_timeout)
              /* Don't let total idle time exceed read timeout. */
              tmout = opt.read_timeout - waittm;
              if (tmout < 0)
                  /* We've already exceeded the timeout. */
                  ret = -1, errno = ETIMEDOUT;
      ret = fd_read (fd, dlbuf, rdsize, tmout);

      if (progress_interactive && ret < 0 && errno == ETIMEDOUT)
      ret = 0;          /* interactive timeout, handled above */
      else if (ret <= 0)
      break;                  /* EOF or read error */

      if (progress || opt.limit_rate)
        ptimer_measure (timer);
        if (ret > 0)
          last_successful_read_tm = ptimer_read (timer);

      if (ret > 0)
        sum_read += ret;
        if (!write_data (out, dlbuf, ret, &skip, &sum_written))
            ret = -2;
            goto out_;

      if (opt.limit_rate)
      limit_bandwidth (ret, timer);

      if (progress)
      progress_update (progress, ret, ptimer_read (timer));
#ifdef WINDOWS
      if (toread > 0 && !opt.quiet)
      ws_percenttitle (100.0 *
                   (startpos + sum_read) / (startpos + toread));
  if (ret < -1)
    ret = -1;

  if (progress)
    progress_finish (progress, ptimer_read (timer));

  if (elapsed)
    *elapsed = ptimer_read (timer);
  if (timer)
    ptimer_destroy (timer);

  if (qtyread)
    *qtyread += sum_read;
  if (qtywritten)
    *qtywritten += sum_written;

  return ret;
/* Read a hunk of data from FD, up until a terminator.  The terminator
   is whatever the TERMINATOR function determines it to be; for
   example, it can be a line of data, or the head of an HTTP response.
   The function returns the data read allocated with malloc.

   In case of error, NULL is returned.  In case of EOF and no data
   read, NULL is returned and errno set to 0.  In case of EOF with
   data having been read, the data is returned, but it will
   (obviously) not contain the terminator.

   The idea is to be able to read a line of input, or otherwise a hunk
   of text, such as the head of an HTTP request, without crossing the
   boundary, so that the next call to fd_read etc. reads the data
   after the hunk.  To achieve that, this function does the following:

   1. Peek at available data.

   2. Determine whether the peeked data, along with the previously
      read data, includes the terminator.

      2a. If yes, read the data until the end of the terminator, and

      2b. If no, read the peeked data and goto 1.

   The function is careful to assume as little as possible about the
   implementation of peeking.  For example, every peek is followed by
   a read.  If the read returns a different amount of data, the
   process is retried until all data arrives safely.

   SIZEHINT is the buffer size sufficient to hold all the data in the
   typical case (it is used as the initial buffer size).  MAXSIZE is
   the maximum amount of memory this function is allowed to allocate,
   or 0 if no upper limit is to be enforced.

   This function should be used as a building block for other
   functions -- see fd_read_line as a simple example.  */

char *
fd_read_hunk (int fd, hunk_terminator_t terminator, long sizehint, long maxsize)
  long bufsize = sizehint;
  char *hunk = xmalloc (bufsize);
  int tail = 0;               /* tail position in HUNK */

  assert (maxsize >= bufsize);

  while (1)
      const char *end;
      int pklen, rdlen, remain;

      /* First, peek at the available data. */

      pklen = fd_peek (fd, hunk + tail, bufsize - 1 - tail, -1.0);
      if (pklen < 0)
        xfree (hunk);
        return NULL;
      end = terminator (hunk, tail, pklen);
      if (end)
        /* The data contains the terminator: we'll drain the data up
           to the end of the terminator.  */
        remain = end - (hunk + tail);
        if (remain == 0)
            /* No more data needs to be read. */
            hunk[tail] = '\0';
            return hunk;
        if (bufsize - 1 < tail + remain)
            bufsize = tail + remain + 1;
            hunk = xrealloc (hunk, bufsize);
      /* No terminator: simply read the data we know is (or should
         be) available.  */
      remain = pklen;

      /* Now, read the data.  Note that we make no assumptions about
       how much data we'll get.  (Some TCP stacks are notorious for
       read returning less data than the previous MSG_PEEK.)  */

      rdlen = fd_read (fd, hunk + tail, remain, 0.0);
      if (rdlen < 0)
        xfree_null (hunk);
        return NULL;
      tail += rdlen;
      hunk[tail] = '\0';

      if (rdlen == 0)
        if (tail == 0)
            /* EOF without anything having been read */
            xfree (hunk);
            errno = 0;
            return NULL;
          /* EOF seen: return the data we've read. */
          return hunk;
      if (end && rdlen == remain)
      /* The terminator was seen and the remaining data drained --
         we got what we came for.  */
      return hunk;

      /* Keep looping until all the data arrives. */

      if (tail == bufsize - 1)
        /* Double the buffer size, but refuse to allocate more than
           MAXSIZE bytes.  */
        if (maxsize && bufsize >= maxsize)
            xfree (hunk);
            errno = ENOMEM;
            return NULL;
        bufsize <<= 1;
        if (maxsize && bufsize > maxsize)
          bufsize = maxsize;
        hunk = xrealloc (hunk, bufsize);

static const char *
line_terminator (const char *hunk, int oldlen, int peeklen)
  const char *p = memchr (hunk + oldlen, '\n', peeklen);
  if (p)
    /* p+1 because we want the line to include '\n' */
    return p + 1;
  return NULL;

/* The maximum size of the single line we agree to accept.  This is
   not meant to impose an arbitrary limit, but to protect the user
   from Wget slurping up available memory upon encountering malicious
   or buggy server output.  Define it to 0 to remove the limit.  */
#define FD_READ_LINE_MAX 4096

/* Read one line from FD and return it.  The line is allocated using
   malloc, but is never larger than FD_READ_LINE_MAX.

   If an error occurs, or if no data can be read, NULL is returned.
   In the former case errno indicates the error condition, and in the
   latter case, errno is NULL.  */

char *
fd_read_line (int fd)
  return fd_read_hunk (fd, line_terminator, 128, FD_READ_LINE_MAX);
/* Return a printed representation of the download rate, as
   appropriate for the speed.  If PAD is non-zero, strings will be
   padded to the width of 7 characters (xxxx.xx).  */
char *
retr_rate (wgint bytes, double msecs, int pad)
  static char res[20];
  static const char *rate_names[] = {"B/s", "KB/s", "MB/s", "GB/s" };
  int units = 0;

  double dlrate = calc_rate (bytes, msecs, &units);
  sprintf (res, pad ? "%7.2f %s" : "%.2f %s", dlrate, rate_names[units]);

  return res;

/* Calculate the download rate and trim it as appropriate for the
   speed.  Appropriate means that if rate is greater than 1K/s,
   kilobytes are used, and if rate is greater than 1MB/s, megabytes
   are used.

   UNITS is zero for B/s, one for KB/s, two for MB/s, and three for
   GB/s.  */
calc_rate (wgint bytes, double msecs, int *units)
  double dlrate;

  assert (msecs >= 0);
  assert (bytes >= 0);

  if (msecs == 0)
    /* If elapsed time is exactly zero, it means we're under the
       resolution of the timer.  This can easily happen on systems
       that use time() for the timer.  Since the interval lies between
       0 and the timer's resolution, assume half the resolution.  */
    msecs = ptimer_resolution () / 2.0;

  dlrate = 1000.0 * bytes / msecs;
  if (dlrate < 1024.0)
    *units = 0;
  else if (dlrate < 1024.0 * 1024.0)
    *units = 1, dlrate /= 1024.0;
  else if (dlrate < 1024.0 * 1024.0 * 1024.0)
    *units = 2, dlrate /= (1024.0 * 1024.0);
    /* Maybe someone will need this, one day. */
    *units = 3, dlrate /= (1024.0 * 1024.0 * 1024.0);

  return dlrate;
/* Maximum number of allowed redirections.  20 was chosen as a
   "reasonable" value, which is low enough to not cause havoc, yet
   high enough to guarantee that normal retrievals will not be hurt by
   the check.  */


#define SUSPEND_POST_DATA do {                  \
  post_data_suspended = 1;                \
  saved_post_data = opt.post_data;        \
  saved_post_file_name = opt.post_file_name;    \
  opt.post_data = NULL;                   \
  opt.post_file_name = NULL;              \
} while (0)

#define RESTORE_POST_DATA do {                        \
  if (post_data_suspended)                      \
    {                                     \
      opt.post_data = saved_post_data;                \
      opt.post_file_name = saved_post_file_name;      \
      post_data_suspended = 0;                        \
    }                                     \
} while (0)

static char *getproxy PARAMS ((struct url *));

/* Retrieve the given URL.  Decides which loop to call -- HTTP, FTP,
   FTP, proxy, etc.  */

/* #### This function should be rewritten so it doesn't return from
   multiple points. */

retrieve_url (const char *origurl, char **file, char **newloc,
            const char *refurl, int *dt)
  uerr_t result;
  char *url;
  int location_changed, dummy;
  char *mynewloc, *proxy;
  struct url *u, *proxy_url;
  int up_error_code;          /* url parse error code */
  char *local_file;
  int redirection_count = 0;

  int post_data_suspended = 0;
  char *saved_post_data = NULL;
  char *saved_post_file_name = NULL;

  /* If dt is NULL, use local storage.  */
  if (!dt)
      dt = &dummy;
      dummy = 0;
  url = xstrdup (origurl);
  if (newloc)
    *newloc = NULL;
  if (file)
    *file = NULL;

  u = url_parse (url, &up_error_code);
  if (!u)
      logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, "%s: %s.\n", url, url_error (up_error_code));
      xfree (url);
      return URLERROR;

  if (!refurl)
    refurl = opt.referer;


  result = NOCONERROR;
  mynewloc = NULL;
  local_file = NULL;
  proxy_url = NULL;

  proxy = getproxy (u);
  if (proxy)
      /* Parse the proxy URL.  */
      proxy_url = url_parse (proxy, &up_error_code);
      if (!proxy_url)
        logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, _("Error parsing proxy URL %s: %s.\n"),
                 proxy, url_error (up_error_code));
        xfree (url);
        return PROXERR;
      if (proxy_url->scheme != SCHEME_HTTP && proxy_url->scheme != u->scheme)
        logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, _("Error in proxy URL %s: Must be HTTP.\n"), proxy);
        url_free (proxy_url);
        xfree (url);
        return PROXERR;

  if (u->scheme == SCHEME_HTTP
#ifdef HAVE_SSL
      || u->scheme == SCHEME_HTTPS
      || (proxy_url && proxy_url->scheme == SCHEME_HTTP))
      result = http_loop (u, &mynewloc, &local_file, refurl, dt, proxy_url);
  else if (u->scheme == SCHEME_FTP)
      /* If this is a redirection, temporarily turn off opt.ftp_glob
       and opt.recursive, both being undesirable when following
       redirects.  */
      int oldrec = opt.recursive, oldglob = opt.ftp_glob;
      if (redirection_count)
      opt.recursive = opt.ftp_glob = 0;

      result = ftp_loop (u, dt, proxy_url);
      opt.recursive = oldrec;
      opt.ftp_glob = oldglob;

      /* There is a possibility of having HTTP being redirected to
       FTP.  In these cases we must decide whether the text is HTML
       according to the suffix.  The HTML suffixes are `.html',
       `.htm' and a few others, case-insensitive.  */
      if (redirection_count && local_file && u->scheme == SCHEME_FTP)
        if (has_html_suffix_p (local_file))
          *dt |= TEXTHTML;

  if (proxy_url)
      url_free (proxy_url);
      proxy_url = NULL;

  location_changed = (result == NEWLOCATION);
  if (location_changed)
      char *construced_newloc;
      struct url *newloc_parsed;

      assert (mynewloc != NULL);

      if (local_file)
      xfree (local_file);

      /* The HTTP specs only allow absolute URLs to appear in
       redirects, but a ton of boneheaded webservers and CGIs out
       there break the rules and use relative URLs, and popular
       browsers are lenient about this, so wget should be too. */
      construced_newloc = uri_merge (url, mynewloc);
      xfree (mynewloc);
      mynewloc = construced_newloc;

      /* Now, see if this new location makes sense. */
      newloc_parsed = url_parse (mynewloc, &up_error_code);
      if (!newloc_parsed)
        logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, "%s: %s.\n", escnonprint_uri (mynewloc),
                 url_error (up_error_code));
        url_free (u);
        xfree (url);
        xfree (mynewloc);
        return result;

      /* Now mynewloc will become newloc_parsed->url, because if the
         Location contained relative paths like .././something, we
         don't want that propagating as url.  */
      xfree (mynewloc);
      mynewloc = xstrdup (newloc_parsed->url);

      /* Check for max. number of redirections.  */
      if (++redirection_count > MAX_REDIRECTIONS)
        logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, _("%d redirections exceeded.\n"),
        url_free (newloc_parsed);
        url_free (u);
        xfree (url);
        xfree (mynewloc);
        return WRONGCODE;

      xfree (url);
      url = mynewloc;
      url_free (u);
      u = newloc_parsed;

      /* If we're being redirected from POST, we don't want to POST
       again.  Many requests answer POST with a redirection to an
       index page; that redirection is clearly a GET.  We "suspend"
       POST data for the duration of the redirections, and restore
       it when we're done. */
      if (!post_data_suspended)

      goto redirected;

  if (local_file)
      if (*dt & RETROKF)
        register_download (u->url, local_file);
        if (redirection_count && 0 != strcmp (origurl, u->url))
          register_redirection (origurl, u->url);
        if (*dt & TEXTHTML)
          register_html (u->url, local_file);

  if (file)
    *file = local_file ? local_file : NULL;
    xfree_null (local_file);

  url_free (u);

  if (redirection_count)
      if (newloc)
      *newloc = url;
      xfree (url);
      if (newloc)
      *newloc = NULL;
      xfree (url);


  return result;

/* Find the URLs in the file and call retrieve_url() for each of
   them.  If HTML is non-zero, treat the file as HTML, and construct
   the URLs accordingly.

   If opt.recursive is set, call retrieve_tree() for each file.  */

retrieve_from_file (const char *file, int html, int *count)
  uerr_t status;
  struct urlpos *url_list, *cur_url;

  url_list = (html ? get_urls_html (file, NULL, NULL)
            : get_urls_file (file));
  status = RETROK;             /* Suppose everything is OK.  */
  *count = 0;                  /* Reset the URL count.  */

  for (cur_url = url_list; cur_url; cur_url = cur_url->next, ++*count)
      char *filename = NULL, *new_file = NULL;
      int dt;

      if (cur_url->ignore_when_downloading)

      if (opt.quota && total_downloaded_bytes > opt.quota)
        status = QUOTEXC;
      if ((opt.recursive || opt.page_requisites)
        && cur_url->url->scheme != SCHEME_FTP)
      status = retrieve_tree (cur_url->url->url);
      status = retrieve_url (cur_url->url->url, &filename, &new_file, NULL, &dt);

      if (filename && opt.delete_after && file_exists_p (filename))
        DEBUGP (("\
Removing file due to --delete-after in retrieve_from_file():\n"));
        logprintf (LOG_VERBOSE, _("Removing %s.\n"), filename);
        if (unlink (filename))
          logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, "unlink: %s\n", strerror (errno));
        dt &= ~RETROKF;

      xfree_null (new_file);
      xfree_null (filename);

  /* Free the linked list of URL-s.  */
  free_urlpos (url_list);

  return status;

/* Print `giving up', or `retrying', depending on the impending
   action.  N1 and N2 are the attempt number and the attempt limit.  */
printwhat (int n1, int n2)
  logputs (LOG_VERBOSE, (n1 == n2) ? _("Giving up.\n\n") : _("Retrying.\n\n"));

/* If opt.wait or opt.waitretry are specified, and if certain
   conditions are met, sleep the appropriate number of seconds.  See
   the documentation of --wait and --waitretry for more information.

   COUNT is the count of current retrieval, beginning with 1. */

sleep_between_retrievals (int count)
  static int first_retrieval = 1;

  if (first_retrieval)
      /* Don't sleep before the very first retrieval. */
      first_retrieval = 0;

  if (opt.waitretry && count > 1)
      /* If opt.waitretry is specified and this is a retry, wait for
       COUNT-1 number of seconds, or for opt.waitretry seconds.  */
      if (count <= opt.waitretry)
      xsleep (count - 1.0);
      xsleep (opt.waitretry);
  else if (opt.wait)
      if (!opt.random_wait || count > 1)
      /* If random-wait is not specified, or if we are sleeping
         between retries of the same download, sleep the fixed
         interval.  */
      xsleep (opt.wait);
        /* Sleep a random amount of time averaging in opt.wait
           seconds.  The sleeping amount ranges from 0 to
           opt.wait*2, inclusive.  */
        double waitsecs = 2 * opt.wait * random_float ();
        DEBUGP (("sleep_between_retrievals: avg=%f,sleep=%f\n",
               opt.wait, waitsecs));
        xsleep (waitsecs);

/* Free the linked list of urlpos.  */
free_urlpos (struct urlpos *l)
  while (l)
      struct urlpos *next = l->next;
      if (l->url)
      url_free (l->url);
      xfree_null (l->local_name);
      xfree (l);
      l = next;

/* Rotate FNAME opt.backups times */
rotate_backups(const char *fname)
  int maxlen = strlen (fname) + 1 + numdigit (opt.backups) + 1;
  char *from = (char *)alloca (maxlen);
  char *to = (char *)alloca (maxlen);
  struct_stat sb;
  int i;

  if (stat (fname, &sb) == 0)
    if (S_ISREG (sb.st_mode) == 0)

  for (i = opt.backups; i > 1; i--)
      sprintf (from, "%s.%d", fname, i - 1);
      sprintf (to, "%s.%d", fname, i);
      rename (from, to);

  sprintf (to, "%s.%d", fname, 1);
  rename(fname, to);

static int no_proxy_match PARAMS ((const char *, const char **));

/* Return the URL of the proxy appropriate for url U.  */

static char *
getproxy (struct url *u)
  char *proxy = NULL;
  char *rewritten_url;
  static char rewritten_storage[1024];

  if (!opt.use_proxy)
    return NULL;
  if (!no_proxy_match (u->host, (const char **)opt.no_proxy))
    return NULL;

  switch (u->scheme)
    case SCHEME_HTTP:
      proxy = opt.http_proxy ? opt.http_proxy : getenv ("http_proxy");
#ifdef HAVE_SSL
    case SCHEME_HTTPS:
      proxy = opt.https_proxy ? opt.https_proxy : getenv ("https_proxy");
    case SCHEME_FTP:
      proxy = opt.ftp_proxy ? opt.ftp_proxy : getenv ("ftp_proxy");
  if (!proxy || !*proxy)
    return NULL;

  /* Handle shorthands.  `rewritten_storage' is a kludge to allow
     getproxy() to return static storage. */
  rewritten_url = rewrite_shorthand_url (proxy);
  if (rewritten_url)
      strncpy (rewritten_storage, rewritten_url, sizeof (rewritten_storage));
      rewritten_storage[sizeof (rewritten_storage) - 1] = '\0';
      proxy = rewritten_storage;

  return proxy;

/* Should a host be accessed through proxy, concerning no_proxy?  */
static int
no_proxy_match (const char *host, const char **no_proxy)
  if (!no_proxy)
    return 1;
    return !sufmatch (no_proxy, host);

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