ongrep

A cleaned up fork of ngrep for OpenBSD
git clone git://git.sgregoratto.me/ongrep
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commit 70b661e1207fff703ef621b8d2822f3ddacc4cb5
parent f4067f882008c1204974b15f8deb44ffc41523fe
Author: Stephen Gregoratto <dev@sgregoratto.me>
Date:   Sun, 14 Jun 2020 17:15:52 +1000

Remove all autotools and GNU regex library files

The regex library defaults to pcre now.
Also add a gitignore file.

Diffstat:
A.gitignore | 1+
DINSTALL | 83-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AMakefile | 20++++++++++++++++++++
DMakefile.in | 85-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dconfig.guess | 1481-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dconfig.h.in | 28----------------------------
Dconfig.sub | 1841-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dconfigure | 5482-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dconfigure.in | 553-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dinstall-sh | 251-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/AUTHORS | 10----------
Dregex-0.12/COPYING | 339-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/ChangeLog | 0
Dregex-0.12/INSTALL | 117-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/Makefile.in | 102-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/NEWS | 62--------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/README | 60------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/configure | 1937-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/configure.in | 37-------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/doc/Makefile.in | 92-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/regex.c | 4961-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/regex.h | 490-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dregex-0.12/test/Makefile.in | 168-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
23 files changed, 21 insertions(+), 18179 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.gitignore b/.gitignore @@ -0,0 +1 @@ +ngrep diff --git a/INSTALL b/INSTALL @@ -1,83 +0,0 @@ - -================================================================= -NOTE: These instructions are from the 2006 release of ngrep 1.45. - They are sparse but will still give you the gist. Otherwise - try ngrep from your favorite package manager! -================================================================= - -ngrep Installation Guide ------------------------- - -1. Install the latest Packet Capture Library - -In orer to compile ngrep on any platform, the relevant packet capture -(PCAP) client support library must be installed. - -On UNIX, this is called ``libpcap'' and can be installed either from -source or from a distribution's particular package management system. -Some distributions separate the library itself from its development -headers (i.e. libpcap-devel), so make sure to install both if this is -the case. - -On Windows, the client support library is called ``WinPcap Developer's -Pack'' and should be unpacked inside the parent directory of the ngrep -source tree. - -The latest versions can be found at: - - UNIX: http://tcpdump.org/release/ - Win32: http://www.winpcap.org/ - - -2. Unpack the ngrep source - -Once the client packet capture client support library is installed, -unpack the ngrep source to a directory. - -On Windows, this must be under the same parent directory as the -WinPcap Developer's Pack. - - -3. Compile the ngrep program - -On UNIX, type the following from the root of the ngrep source tree: - - % ./configure && make - -On Windows, open the ``ngrep.sln'' file located in the ``win32'' -subdirectory of the ngrep source tree using Visual Studio.NET. From -there you should be able to Build the solution in either Debug or -Release mode. Once this is done, copy the resulting ``ngrep.exe'' -(located in either the ``Debug'' or ``Release'' subdirectory depending -on compile configuration) into any directory in your path for easy -usage (``c:\windows'', for instance). - -Please ignore the warnings associated with the GNU Regex library -included in the ngrep source tree. - - -4. Install the PCAP kernel driver - -ngrep is a PCAP-based program and therefore requires the PCAP kernel -driver to be installed before it will function properly. - -The PCAP Driver is already integrated into the vast majority of UNIX -and Linux kernels released within the last ~20 years. - -The Windows Platform, however, does not come with an integrated PCAP -kernel driver by default, so it is necessary to install one before -ngrep will work. - - -Getting Help ------------- - -On UNIX, if you still have problems compiling or are compiling on an -unsupported OS, try playing with other build types -- i.e. if you have -a BSD derived system, try the BSD build type. - -If you still have problems, please submit an issue on GitHub or feel -free to email me, however please try to help yourself first and search -Google for possible answers before reaching out. - -Jordan Ritter <jpr5@darkridge.com> diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile @@ -0,0 +1,20 @@ +PREFIX = /usr/local +ETCDIR = /etc +SBINDIR = $(PREFIX)/sbin +MANDIR = $(PREFIX)/man +EXAMPLEDIR = $(PREFIX)/share/examples + +INSTALL_ETC = install -m 0640 +INSTALL_BIN = install -m 0555 +INSTALL_SBIN = install -m 0555 +INSTALL_MAN = install -m 0444 +INSTALL_EXAMPLE = install -m 0644 + +CFLAGS += -Wall -Wextra -pedantic-errors +CPPFLAGS += -I$(PREFIX)/include +LDFLAGS += -L/usr/local/lib -lpcre -lpcap + +ngrep: ngrep.c + +clean: + rm -f ngrep diff --git a/Makefile.in b/Makefile.in @@ -1,85 +0,0 @@ -# -# Copyright (c) 2017 Jordan Ritter <jpr5@darkridge.com> -# -# Please refer to the LICENSE file for more information. - -CC=@CC@ - -CPPFLAGS = @DEFS@ -D@OS@ @EXTRA_DEFINES@ @CPPFLAGS@ -CFLAGS = @EXTRA_INCLUDES@ @CFLAGS@ -LDFLAGS = @EXTRA_LDFLAGS@ @LDFLAGS@ -LIBS = @LIBS@ @EXTRA_LIBS@ - -STRIPFLAG=@STRIPFLAG@ - -OBJS=ngrep.o @EXTRA_OBJS@ -TARGET=ngrep -MANPAGE=ngrep.8 - -prefix = @prefix@ -exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@ - -bindir = @bindir@ -datadir = @datadir@ -mandir = @mandir@ - -BINDIR_INSTALL = $(bindir) -MANDIR_INSTALL = $(mandir)/man8 - -INSTALL = ./install-sh - -REGEX_OBJS=@REGEX_OBJS@ -REGEX_DIR=@REGEX_DIR@ - - -all: $(TARGET) - -$(TARGET): $(REGEX_OBJS) $(OBJS) - $(CC) $(STRIPFLAG) -o $(TARGET) $(OBJS) $(REGEX_OBJS) $(LDFLAGS) $(LIBS) - -debug: $(REGEX_OBJS) $(OBJS) - $(CC) -g -o $(TARGET) $(OBJS) $(REGEX_OBJS) $(LDFLAGS) $(LIBS) - -static: $(REGEX_OBJS) $(OBJS) - $(CC) $(STRIPFLAG) -static -o $(TARGET).static $(OBJS) $(REGEX_OBJS) $(LDFLAGS) $(LIBS) - -install: $(TARGET) - $(INSTALL) -c -m 0755 $(TARGET) $(DESTDIR)/$(BINDIR_INSTALL)/$(TARGET) - $(INSTALL) -c -m 0644 $(MANPAGE) $(DESTDIR)/$(MANDIR_INSTALL)/$(MANPAGE) - -.c.o: - $(CC) $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) -g -c $< - -clean: - test -n "$(REGEX_DIR)" && $(MAKE) -C $(REGEX_DIR) clean || exit 0 - rm -f *~ $(OBJS) $(REGEX_OBJS) $(TARGET) $(TARGET).static - -distclean: clean - test -n "$(REGEX_DIR)" && $(MAKE) -C $(REGEX_DIR) distclean || exit 0 - rm -f config.status config.cache config.log config.h Makefile - -$(REGEX_OBJS): $(REGEX_OBJS:.o=.c) $(REGEX_DIR)/*.h - $(MAKE) $(MAKEFLAGS) -C $(REGEX_DIR) $(notdir $(REGEX_OBJS)) - -$(OBJS): Makefile $(OBJS:.o=.c) $(OBJS:.o=.h) - -tardist: - @( VERSION=`perl -ne '/VERSION\s+"(.*)"/ && print "$$1\n"' ngrep.h` ; \ - PKG="ngrep-$$VERSION" ; \ - TMPDIR="/tmp" ; \ - DESTDIR="$$TMPDIR/$$PKG" ; \ - echo ; \ - echo "Building package $$PKG ... 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Previously, they could match the literal digit, - e.g., the stated r.e. might have matched `abc1'. - -* Empty subexpressions are always valid (POSIX leaves this undefined). - -* Simplified rules for ^ and $ being anchors. - -* One minor speedup (rewriting the C procedure `pop_failure_point' as a - macro again). - -* Bug fixes involving: - - Declarations in regex.h and non-ANSI compilers. - - Bracket expressions with characters between 0x80-0xff. - - Memory leak in re_match_2 on systems requiring `alloca (0)' to - free alloca'd storage. - -* Test and documentation files moved into subdirectories. - -Version 0.10 (9 Sep 92) - -* `obscure_syntax' is now called `re_default_syntax'. - -* `re_comp's return type is no longer `const', for compatibility with BSD. - -* POSIX syntaxes now include as much functionality as possible - (consistent with the standard). - -* Compilation conditionals normalized to what the rest of GNU is - migrating towards these days. - -* Bug fixes involving: - - Ranges with characters between 0x80 and 0xff, e.g., [\001-\377]. - - `re_compile_fastmap' and the sequence `.*\n'. - - Intervals with exact counts, e.g., a{5}. - -* Changed distribution to use a standard Makefile, install the info - files, use a configure script, etc. - -Version 0.9 - -* The longest match was not always chosen: `a*|ab' didn't match `aab'. - diff --git a/regex-0.12/README b/regex-0.12/README @@ -1,60 +0,0 @@ -This directory contains the GNU regex library. It is compliant with -POSIX.2, except for internationalization features. - -See the file NEWS for a list of major changes in the current release. - -See the file INSTALL for compilation instructions. (The only thing -installed is the documentation; regex.c is compiled into regex.o, but -not installed anywhere.) - -The subdirectory `doc' contains a (programmers') manual for the library. -It's probably out-of-date. Improvements are welcome. - -The subdirectory `test' contains the various tests we've written. - -We know this code is not as fast as it might be. If you have specific -suggestions, profiling results, or other such useful information to -report, please do. - -Emacs 18 is not going use this revised regex (but Emacs 19 will). If -you want to try it with Emacs 18, apply the patch at the end of this -file first. - -Mail bug reports to bug-gnu-utils@prep.ai.mit.edu. - -Please include an actual regular expression that fails (and the syntax -used to compile it); without that, there's no way to reproduce the bug, -so there's no way we can fix it. Even if you include a patch, also -include the regular expression in error; otherwise, we can't know for -sure what you're trying to fix. - -Here is the patch to make this version of regex work with Emacs 18. - -*** ORIG/search.c Tue Jan 8 13:04:55 1991 ---- search.c Sun Jan 5 10:57:00 1992 -*************** -*** 25,26 **** ---- 25,28 ---- - #include "commands.h" -+ -+ #include <sys/types.h> - #include "regex.h" -*************** -*** 477,479 **** - /* really needed. */ -! && *(searchbuf.buffer) == (char) exactn /* first item is "exact match" */ - && searchbuf.buffer[1] + 2 == searchbuf.used) /*first is ONLY item */ ---- 479,482 ---- - /* really needed. */ -! /* first item is "exact match" */ -! && *(searchbuf.buffer) == (char) RE_EXACTN_VALUE - && searchbuf.buffer[1] + 2 == searchbuf.used) /*first is ONLY item */ -*************** -*** 1273,1275 **** - searchbuf.allocated = 100; -! searchbuf.buffer = (char *) malloc (searchbuf.allocated); - searchbuf.fastmap = search_fastmap; ---- 1276,1278 ---- - searchbuf.allocated = 100; 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