Move remaining select options from adu.ggo to select.ggo.
authorAndre Noll <maan@systemlinux.org>
Fri, 20 Jun 2008 15:30:26 +0000 (17:30 +0200)
committerAndre Noll <maan@systemlinux.org>
Fri, 20 Jun 2008 15:30:26 +0000 (17:30 +0200)
adu.ggo
select.c
select.ggo

diff --git a/adu.ggo b/adu.ggo
index 4d52f82..11a5d00 100644 (file)
--- a/adu.ggo
+++ b/adu.ggo
@@ -146,72 +146,12 @@ details="
        users. Decreasing the value causes adu to use slightly less memory.
 "
 
-##############################
-section "Options for --select"
-##############################
-
 option "select-options" s
 #~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-"options for select mode"
+"Options for select mode"
 string typestr="<options>"
 optional
 dependon="select"
 details="
        Try --select-options \"-h\"
 "
-
-option "print-base-dir" -
-#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-"whether to include the base-dir in the output"
-flag off
-details="
-       If this flag is given, all directories printed are prefixed
-       with the base directory. The default is to print paths relative
-       to the base dir.
-"
-
-option "no-headers" -
-#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-"supress descriptions for listings/tables"
-flag off
-dependon="select"
-details="
-       This is mostly useful to feed the output of adu to scripts.
-"
-
-option "global-list" -
-#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-"how to print global directory listings"
-enum typestr="which"
-values="size","file_count","both","none"
-default="both"
-optional
-dependon="select"
-details="
-       By default adu prints two global directory listings: The
-       first prints the directory names ordered by the sum of the
-       sizes of the contained files while the second listing prints
-       them sorted by the number of files. This option can be used
-       to print only one or neither of these two listings.
-"
-
-option "no-global-summary" -
-#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-"do not print the summary line"
-flag off
-dependon="select"
-
-option "user-list" -
-#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-"how to print per-user directory listings"
-enum typestr="which"
-values="size","file_count","both","none"
-default="both"
-optional
-dependon="select"
-details="
-       Similar to the global directory listings mentioned above,
-       adu can print two directory listings per user. This option
-       controls which of the these should be printed.
-"
-
index 801aba4..226c164 100644 (file)
--- a/select.c
+++ b/select.c
@@ -136,7 +136,7 @@ again:
        ret = osl(osl_get_object(dir_table, row, DT_NAME, &obj));
        if (ret < 0)
                goto out;
-       pfx = (conf.print_base_dir_given || val)? (char *)obj.data :  ".";
+       pfx = (select_conf.print_base_dir_given || val)? (char *)obj.data :  ".";
        tmp = make_message("%s/%s", pfx, result? result : "");
        free(result);
        result = tmp;
@@ -339,13 +339,13 @@ static void print_global_summary(void)
        enum enum_count_unit ud, uf;
        enum enum_size_unit us;
 
-       if (conf.no_global_summary_given)
+       if (select_conf.no_global_summary_given)
                return;
        ud = format_count_value(select_conf.count_unit_arg, num_dirs, 0, d);
        uf = format_count_value(select_conf.count_unit_arg, num_files, 0, f);
        us = format_size_value(select_conf.size_unit_arg, num_bytes, 0, s);
 
-       if (!conf.no_headers_given)
+       if (!select_conf.no_headers_given)
                printf("Global summary "
                        "(dirs(%c)/files(%c)/size(%c))\n",
                        count_unit_abbrevs[ud],
@@ -434,7 +434,7 @@ static void print_user_summary(void)
 {
        if (select_conf.no_user_summary_given)
                return;
-       if (!conf.no_headers_given)
+       if (!select_conf.no_headers_given)
                printf("User summary "
                        "(pw_name/uid/dirs%s/files%s/size%s):\n",
                        count_unit_buf, count_unit_buf, size_unit_buf);
@@ -446,7 +446,7 @@ static int print_user_list(struct user_info *ui, __a_unused void *data)
 {
        int ret;
        struct user_stats_info usi;
-       enum enum_user_list ula = conf.user_list_arg;
+       enum enum_user_list ula = select_conf.user_list_arg;
        int print_size_list = (ula == user_list_arg_size
                || ula == user_list_arg_both);
 
@@ -454,7 +454,7 @@ static int print_user_list(struct user_info *ui, __a_unused void *data)
                usi.count = select_conf.limit_arg;
                usi.ui = ui;
                usi.flags = USF_PRINT_DIRNAME | USF_PRINT_BYTES | USF_COMPUTE_SUMMARY;
-               if (!conf.no_headers_given)
+               if (!select_conf.no_headers_given)
                        printf("%s (uid %u), by size%s:\n",
                                ui->pw_name? ui->pw_name : "?", (unsigned)ui->uid,
                                size_unit_buf);
@@ -465,7 +465,7 @@ static int print_user_list(struct user_info *ui, __a_unused void *data)
                printf("\n");
        }
        if (ula == user_list_arg_file_count || ula == user_list_arg_both) {
-               if (!conf.no_headers_given)
+               if (!select_conf.no_headers_given)
                        printf("%s (uid %u), by file count%s:\n",
                                ui->pw_name? ui->pw_name : "?", (unsigned)ui->uid,
                                count_unit_buf);
@@ -499,14 +499,14 @@ static int print_global_lists(void)
 {
        struct global_stats_info gsi;
        int ret;
-       enum enum_global_list gla = conf.global_list_arg;
+       enum enum_global_list gla = select_conf.global_list_arg;
        int print_size_list = (gla == global_list_arg_size
                || gla == global_list_arg_both);
 
        if (print_size_list) {
                gsi.count = select_conf.limit_arg;
                gsi.flags = GSF_PRINT_DIRNAME | GSF_PRINT_BYTES | GSF_COMPUTE_SUMMARY;
-               if (!conf.no_headers_given)
+               if (!select_conf.no_headers_given)
                        printf("By size%s:\n", size_unit_buf);
                ret = adu_loop_reverse(dir_table, DT_BYTES, &gsi,
                        global_stats_loop_function, &gsi.ret, &gsi.osl_errno);
@@ -519,7 +519,7 @@ static int print_global_lists(void)
                gsi.flags = GSF_PRINT_DIRNAME | GSF_PRINT_FILES;
                if (!print_size_list)
                        gsi.flags |= GSF_COMPUTE_SUMMARY;
-               if (!conf.no_headers_given)
+               if (!select_conf.no_headers_given)
                        printf("By file count%s:\n", count_unit_buf);
                ret = adu_loop_reverse(dir_table, DT_FILES, &gsi,
                        global_stats_loop_function, &gsi.ret, &gsi.osl_errno);
@@ -527,7 +527,7 @@ static int print_global_lists(void)
                        return ret;
                printf("\n");
        }
-       if (gla == global_list_arg_none && !conf.no_global_summary_given) {
+       if (gla == global_list_arg_none && !select_conf.no_global_summary_given) {
                /* must compute summary */
                gsi.count = select_conf.limit_arg;
                gsi.flags = GSF_COMPUTE_SUMMARY;
index 6538f52..f4d090b 100644 (file)
@@ -112,3 +112,45 @@ option "no-user-summary" -
 #~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 "do not print the user summary table"
 flag off
+
+
+option "user-list" -
+#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+"how to print per-user directory listings"
+enum typestr="which"
+values="size","file_count","both","none"
+default="both"
+optional
+details="
+       Similar to the global directory listings mentioned above,
+       adu can print two directory listings per user. This option
+       controls which of the these should be printed.
+"
+option "no-global-summary" -
+#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+"do not print the summary line"
+flag off
+
+option "global-list" -
+#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+"how to print global directory listings"
+enum typestr="which"
+values="size","file_count","both","none"
+default="both"
+optional
+details="
+       By default adu prints two global directory listings: The
+       first prints the directory names ordered by the sum of the
+       sizes of the contained files while the second listing prints
+       them sorted by the number of files. This option can be used
+       to print only one or neither of these two listings.
+"
+option "print-base-dir" -
+#~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+"whether to include the base-dir in the output"
+flag off
+details="
+       If this flag is given, all directories printed are prefixed
+       with the base directory. The default is to print paths relative
+       to the base dir.
+"