D-Bus  1.13.16
dbus-sysdeps-util-win.c
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24 
25 #include <config.h>
26 
27 #define STRSAFE_NO_DEPRECATE
28 
29 #include "dbus-sysdeps.h"
30 #include "dbus-internals.h"
31 #include "dbus-protocol.h"
32 #include "dbus-string.h"
33 #include "dbus-sysdeps.h"
34 #include "dbus-sysdeps-win.h"
35 #include "dbus-sockets-win.h"
36 #include "dbus-memory.h"
37 #include "dbus-pipe.h"
38 
39 #include <stdio.h>
40 #include <stdlib.h>
41 #if HAVE_ERRNO_H
42 #include <errno.h>
43 #endif
44 #include <winsock2.h> // WSA error codes
45 
46 #ifndef DBUS_WINCE
47 #include <io.h>
48 #include <lm.h>
49 #include <sys/stat.h>
50 #endif
51 
52 
64  DBusPipe *print_pid_pipe,
65  DBusError *error,
66  dbus_bool_t keep_umask)
67 {
69  "Cannot daemonize on Windows");
70  return FALSE;
71 }
72 
81 static dbus_bool_t
82 _dbus_write_pid_file (const DBusString *filename,
83  unsigned long pid,
84  DBusError *error)
85 {
86  const char *cfilename;
87  HANDLE hnd;
88  char pidstr[20];
89  int total;
90  int bytes_to_write;
91 
92  _DBUS_ASSERT_ERROR_IS_CLEAR (error);
93 
94  cfilename = _dbus_string_get_const_data (filename);
95 
96  hnd = CreateFileA (cfilename, GENERIC_WRITE,
97  FILE_SHARE_READ | FILE_SHARE_WRITE,
98  NULL, CREATE_NEW, FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL,
99  INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE);
100  if (hnd == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
101  {
102  char *emsg = _dbus_win_error_string (GetLastError ());
103  dbus_set_error (error, _dbus_win_error_from_last_error (),
104  "Could not create PID file %s: %s",
105  cfilename, emsg);
106  _dbus_win_free_error_string (emsg);
107  return FALSE;
108  }
109 
110  if (snprintf (pidstr, sizeof (pidstr), "%lu\n", pid) < 0)
111  {
113  "Failed to format PID for \"%s\": %s", cfilename,
115  CloseHandle (hnd);
116  return FALSE;
117  }
118 
119  total = 0;
120  bytes_to_write = strlen (pidstr);;
121 
122  while (total < bytes_to_write)
123  {
124  DWORD bytes_written;
125  BOOL res;
126 
127  res = WriteFile (hnd, pidstr + total, bytes_to_write - total,
128  &bytes_written, NULL);
129 
130  if (res == 0 || bytes_written <= 0)
131  {
132  char *emsg = _dbus_win_error_string (GetLastError ());
133  dbus_set_error (error, _dbus_win_error_from_last_error (),
134  "Could not write to %s: %s", cfilename, emsg);
135  _dbus_win_free_error_string (emsg);
136  CloseHandle (hnd);
137  return FALSE;
138  }
139 
140  total += bytes_written;
141  }
142 
143  if (CloseHandle (hnd) == 0)
144  {
145  char *emsg = _dbus_win_error_string (GetLastError ());
146  dbus_set_error (error, _dbus_win_error_from_last_error (),
147  "Could not close file %s: %s",
148  cfilename, emsg);
149  _dbus_win_free_error_string (emsg);
150 
151  return FALSE;
152  }
153 
154  return TRUE;
155 }
156 
170  DBusPipe *print_pid_pipe,
171  dbus_pid_t pid_to_write,
172  DBusError *error)
173 {
174  if (pidfile)
175  {
176  _dbus_verbose ("writing pid file %s\n", _dbus_string_get_const_data (pidfile));
177  if (!_dbus_write_pid_file (pidfile,
178  pid_to_write,
179  error))
180  {
181  _dbus_verbose ("pid file write failed\n");
182  _DBUS_ASSERT_ERROR_IS_SET(error);
183  return FALSE;
184  }
185  }
186  else
187  {
188  _dbus_verbose ("No pid file requested\n");
189  }
190 
191  if (print_pid_pipe != NULL && _dbus_pipe_is_valid (print_pid_pipe))
192  {
193  DBusString pid;
194  int bytes;
195 
196  _dbus_verbose ("writing our pid to pipe %d\n", print_pid_pipe->fd);
197 
198  if (!_dbus_string_init (&pid))
199  {
200  _DBUS_SET_OOM (error);
201  return FALSE;
202  }
203 
204  if (!_dbus_string_append_int (&pid, pid_to_write) ||
205  !_dbus_string_append (&pid, "\n"))
206  {
207  _dbus_string_free (&pid);
208  _DBUS_SET_OOM (error);
209  return FALSE;
210  }
211 
212  bytes = _dbus_string_get_length (&pid);
213  if (_dbus_pipe_write (print_pid_pipe, &pid, 0, bytes, error) != bytes)
214  {
215  /* _dbus_pipe_write sets error only on failure, not short write */
216  if (error != NULL && !dbus_error_is_set(error))
217  {
219  "Printing message bus PID: did not write enough bytes\n");
220  }
221  _dbus_string_free (&pid);
222  return FALSE;
223  }
224 
225  _dbus_string_free (&pid);
226  }
227  else
228  {
229  _dbus_verbose ("No pid pipe to write to\n");
230  }
231 
232  return TRUE;
233 }
234 
242 _dbus_verify_daemon_user (const char *user)
243 {
244  return TRUE;
245 }
246 
255 _dbus_change_to_daemon_user (const char *user,
256  DBusError *error)
257 {
258  return TRUE;
259 }
260 
261 static void
262 fd_limit_not_supported (DBusError *error)
263 {
265  "cannot change fd limit on this platform");
266 }
267 
268 DBusRLimit *
269 _dbus_rlimit_save_fd_limit (DBusError *error)
270 {
271  fd_limit_not_supported (error);
272  return NULL;
273 }
274 
276 _dbus_rlimit_raise_fd_limit (DBusError *error)
277 {
278  fd_limit_not_supported (error);
279  return FALSE;
280 }
281 
283 _dbus_rlimit_restore_fd_limit (DBusRLimit *saved,
284  DBusError *error)
285 {
286  fd_limit_not_supported (error);
287  return FALSE;
288 }
289 
290 void
291 _dbus_rlimit_free (DBusRLimit *lim)
292 {
293  /* _dbus_rlimit_save_fd_limit() cannot return non-NULL on Windows
294  * so there cannot be anything to free */
295  _dbus_assert (lim == NULL);
296 }
297 
307 _dbus_stat(const DBusString *filename,
308  DBusStat *statbuf,
309  DBusError *error)
310 {
311  const char *filename_c;
312  WIN32_FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DATA wfad;
313  char *lastdot;
314 
315  _DBUS_ASSERT_ERROR_IS_CLEAR (error);
316 
317  filename_c = _dbus_string_get_const_data (filename);
318 
319  if (!GetFileAttributesExA (filename_c, GetFileExInfoStandard, &wfad))
320  {
321  _dbus_win_set_error_from_win_error (error, GetLastError ());
322  return FALSE;
323  }
324 
325  if (wfad.dwFileAttributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY)
326  statbuf->mode = _S_IFDIR;
327  else
328  statbuf->mode = _S_IFREG;
329 
330  statbuf->mode |= _S_IREAD;
331  if (wfad.dwFileAttributes & FILE_ATTRIBUTE_READONLY)
332  statbuf->mode |= _S_IWRITE;
333 
334  lastdot = strrchr (filename_c, '.');
335  if (lastdot && stricmp (lastdot, ".exe") == 0)
336  statbuf->mode |= _S_IEXEC;
337 
338  statbuf->mode |= (statbuf->mode & 0700) >> 3;
339  statbuf->mode |= (statbuf->mode & 0700) >> 6;
340 
341  statbuf->nlink = 1;
342 
343 #ifdef ENABLE_UID_TO_SID
344  {
345  PSID owner_sid, group_sid;
346  PSECURITY_DESCRIPTOR sd;
347 
348  sd = NULL;
349  rc = GetNamedSecurityInfo ((char *) filename_c, SE_FILE_OBJECT,
350  OWNER_SECURITY_INFORMATION |
351  GROUP_SECURITY_INFORMATION,
352  &owner_sid, &group_sid,
353  NULL, NULL,
354  &sd);
355  if (rc != ERROR_SUCCESS)
356  {
357  _dbus_win_set_error_from_win_error (error, rc);
358  if (sd != NULL)
359  LocalFree (sd);
360  return FALSE;
361  }
362 
363  /* FIXME */
364  statbuf->uid = _dbus_win_sid_to_uid_t (owner_sid);
365  statbuf->gid = _dbus_win_sid_to_uid_t (group_sid);
366 
367  LocalFree (sd);
368  }
369 #else
370  statbuf->uid = DBUS_UID_UNSET;
371  statbuf->gid = DBUS_GID_UNSET;
372 #endif
373 
374  statbuf->size = ((dbus_int64_t) wfad.nFileSizeHigh << 32) + wfad.nFileSizeLow;
375 
376  statbuf->atime =
377  (((dbus_int64_t) wfad.ftLastAccessTime.dwHighDateTime << 32) +
378  wfad.ftLastAccessTime.dwLowDateTime) / 10000000 - DBUS_INT64_CONSTANT (116444736000000000);
379 
380  statbuf->mtime =
381  (((dbus_int64_t) wfad.ftLastWriteTime.dwHighDateTime << 32) +
382  wfad.ftLastWriteTime.dwLowDateTime) / 10000000 - DBUS_INT64_CONSTANT (116444736000000000);
383 
384  statbuf->ctime =
385  (((dbus_int64_t) wfad.ftCreationTime.dwHighDateTime << 32) +
386  wfad.ftCreationTime.dwLowDateTime) / 10000000 - DBUS_INT64_CONSTANT (116444736000000000);
387 
388  return TRUE;
389 }
390 
394 struct DBusDirIter
395  {
396  HANDLE handle;
397  WIN32_FIND_DATAA fileinfo; /* from FindFirst/FindNext */
398  dbus_bool_t finished; /* true if there are no more entries */
399  int offset;
400  };
401 
411  DBusError *error)
412 {
413  DBusDirIter *iter;
414  DBusString filespec;
415 
416  _DBUS_ASSERT_ERROR_IS_CLEAR (error);
417 
418  if (!_dbus_string_init_from_string (&filespec, filename))
419  {
421  "Could not allocate memory for directory filename copy");
422  return NULL;
423  }
424 
425  if (_dbus_string_ends_with_c_str (&filespec, "/") || _dbus_string_ends_with_c_str (&filespec, "\\") )
426  {
427  if (!_dbus_string_append (&filespec, "*"))
428  {
430  "Could not append filename wildcard");
431  return NULL;
432  }
433  }
434  else if (!_dbus_string_ends_with_c_str (&filespec, "*"))
435  {
436  if (!_dbus_string_append (&filespec, "\\*"))
437  {
439  "Could not append filename wildcard 2");
440  return NULL;
441  }
442  }
443 
444  iter = dbus_new0 (DBusDirIter, 1);
445  if (iter == NULL)
446  {
447  _dbus_string_free (&filespec);
449  "Could not allocate memory for directory iterator");
450  return NULL;
451  }
452 
453  iter->finished = FALSE;
454  iter->offset = 0;
455  iter->handle = FindFirstFileA (_dbus_string_get_const_data (&filespec), &(iter->fileinfo));
456  if (iter->handle == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
457  {
458  if (GetLastError () == ERROR_NO_MORE_FILES)
459  iter->finished = TRUE;
460  else
461  {
462  char *emsg = _dbus_win_error_string (GetLastError ());
463  dbus_set_error (error, _dbus_win_error_from_last_error (),
464  "Failed to read directory \"%s\": %s",
465  _dbus_string_get_const_data (filename), emsg);
466  _dbus_win_free_error_string (emsg);
467  dbus_free ( iter );
468  _dbus_string_free (&filespec);
469  return NULL;
470  }
471  }
472  _dbus_string_free (&filespec);
473  return iter;
474 }
475 
488  DBusString *filename,
489  DBusError *error)
490 {
491  int saved_err = GetLastError();
492 
493  _DBUS_ASSERT_ERROR_IS_CLEAR (error);
494 
495 again:
496  SetLastError (0);
497 
498  if (!iter || iter->finished)
499  return FALSE;
500 
501  if (iter->offset > 0)
502  {
503  if (FindNextFileA (iter->handle, &(iter->fileinfo)) == 0)
504  {
505  if (GetLastError() == ERROR_NO_MORE_FILES)
506  {
507  SetLastError(saved_err);
508  iter->finished = 1;
509  }
510  else
511  {
512  char *emsg = _dbus_win_error_string (GetLastError ());
513  dbus_set_error (error, _dbus_win_error_from_last_error (),
514  "Failed to get next in directory: %s", emsg);
515  _dbus_win_free_error_string (emsg);
516  return FALSE;
517  }
518  }
519  }
520 
521  iter->offset++;
522 
523  if (iter->finished)
524  return FALSE;
525 
526  if (iter->fileinfo.cFileName[0] == '.' &&
527  (iter->fileinfo.cFileName[1] == '\0' ||
528  (iter->fileinfo.cFileName[1] == '.' && iter->fileinfo.cFileName[2] == '\0')))
529  goto again;
530 
531  _dbus_string_set_length (filename, 0);
532  if (!_dbus_string_append (filename, iter->fileinfo.cFileName))
533  {
535  "No memory to read directory entry");
536  return FALSE;
537  }
538 
539  return TRUE;
540 }
541 
545 void
547 {
548  if (!iter)
549  return;
550  FindClose(iter->handle);
551  dbus_free (iter);
552 }
553  /* End of DBusInternalsUtils functions */
555 
568 _dbus_string_get_dirname(const DBusString *filename,
569  DBusString *dirname)
570 {
571  int sep;
572 
573  _dbus_assert (filename != dirname);
574  _dbus_assert (filename != NULL);
575  _dbus_assert (dirname != NULL);
576 
577  /* Ignore any separators on the end */
578  sep = _dbus_string_get_length (filename);
579  if (sep == 0)
580  return _dbus_string_append (dirname, "."); /* empty string passed in */
581 
582  while (sep > 0 &&
583  (_dbus_string_get_byte (filename, sep - 1) == '/' ||
584  _dbus_string_get_byte (filename, sep - 1) == '\\'))
585  --sep;
586 
587  _dbus_assert (sep >= 0);
588 
589  if (sep == 0 ||
590  (sep == 2 &&
591  _dbus_string_get_byte (filename, 1) == ':' &&
592  isalpha (_dbus_string_get_byte (filename, 0))))
593  return _dbus_string_copy_len (filename, 0, sep + 1,
594  dirname, _dbus_string_get_length (dirname));
595 
596  {
597  int sep1, sep2;
598  _dbus_string_find_byte_backward (filename, sep, '/', &sep1);
599  _dbus_string_find_byte_backward (filename, sep, '\\', &sep2);
600 
601  sep = MAX (sep1, sep2);
602  }
603  if (sep < 0)
604  return _dbus_string_append (dirname, ".");
605 
606  while (sep > 0 &&
607  (_dbus_string_get_byte (filename, sep - 1) == '/' ||
608  _dbus_string_get_byte (filename, sep - 1) == '\\'))
609  --sep;
610 
611  _dbus_assert (sep >= 0);
612 
613  if ((sep == 0 ||
614  (sep == 2 &&
615  _dbus_string_get_byte (filename, 1) == ':' &&
616  isalpha (_dbus_string_get_byte (filename, 0))))
617  &&
618  (_dbus_string_get_byte (filename, sep) == '/' ||
619  _dbus_string_get_byte (filename, sep) == '\\'))
620  return _dbus_string_copy_len (filename, 0, sep + 1,
621  dirname, _dbus_string_get_length (dirname));
622  else
623  return _dbus_string_copy_len (filename, 0, sep - 0,
624  dirname, _dbus_string_get_length (dirname));
625 }
626 
627 
637 {
638  return FALSE;
639 }
640 
642 {
643  return TRUE;
644 }
645 
646 /*=====================================================================
647  unix emulation functions - should be removed sometime in the future
648  =====================================================================*/
649 
661  DBusError *error)
662 {
664  "UNIX user IDs not supported on Windows\n");
665  return FALSE;
666 }
667 
668 
679  dbus_gid_t *gid_p)
680 {
681  return FALSE;
682 }
683 
694  dbus_uid_t *uid_p)
695 {
696  return FALSE;
697 }
698 
699 
712  dbus_gid_t **group_ids,
713  int *n_group_ids)
714 {
715  return FALSE;
716 }
717 
718 
719  /* DBusString stuff */
721 
722 /************************************************************************
723 
724  error handling
725 
726  ************************************************************************/
727 
728 
729 
730 
731 
732 /* lan manager error codes */
733 const char*
734 _dbus_lm_strerror(int error_number)
735 {
736 #ifdef DBUS_WINCE
737  // TODO
738  return "unknown";
739 #else
740  const char *msg;
741  switch (error_number)
742  {
743  case NERR_NetNotStarted:
744  return "The workstation driver is not installed.";
745  case NERR_UnknownServer:
746  return "The server could not be located.";
747  case NERR_ShareMem:
748  return "An internal error occurred. The network cannot access a shared memory segment.";
749  case NERR_NoNetworkResource:
750  return "A network resource shortage occurred.";
751  case NERR_RemoteOnly:
752  return "This operation is not supported on workstations.";
753  case NERR_DevNotRedirected:
754  return "The device is not connected.";
755  case NERR_ServerNotStarted:
756  return "The Server service is not started.";
757  case NERR_ItemNotFound:
758  return "The queue is empty.";
759  case NERR_UnknownDevDir:
760  return "The device or directory does not exist.";
761  case NERR_RedirectedPath:
762  return "The operation is invalid on a redirected resource.";
763  case NERR_DuplicateShare:
764  return "The name has already been shared.";
765  case NERR_NoRoom:
766  return "The server is currently out of the requested resource.";
767  case NERR_TooManyItems:
768  return "Requested addition of items exceeds the maximum allowed.";
769  case NERR_InvalidMaxUsers:
770  return "The Peer service supports only two simultaneous users.";
771  case NERR_BufTooSmall:
772  return "The API return buffer is too small.";
773  case NERR_RemoteErr:
774  return "A remote API error occurred.";
775  case NERR_LanmanIniError:
776  return "An error occurred when opening or reading the configuration file.";
777  case NERR_NetworkError:
778  return "A general network error occurred.";
779  case NERR_WkstaInconsistentState:
780  return "The Workstation service is in an inconsistent state. Restart the computer before restarting the Workstation service.";
781  case NERR_WkstaNotStarted:
782  return "The Workstation service has not been started.";
783  case NERR_BrowserNotStarted:
784  return "The requested information is not available.";
785  case NERR_InternalError:
786  return "An internal error occurred.";
787  case NERR_BadTransactConfig:
788  return "The server is not configured for transactions.";
789  case NERR_InvalidAPI:
790  return "The requested API is not supported on the remote server.";
791  case NERR_BadEventName:
792  return "The event name is invalid.";
793  case NERR_DupNameReboot:
794  return "The computer name already exists on the network. Change it and restart the computer.";
795  case NERR_CfgCompNotFound:
796  return "The specified component could not be found in the configuration information.";
797  case NERR_CfgParamNotFound:
798  return "The specified parameter could not be found in the configuration information.";
799  case NERR_LineTooLong:
800  return "A line in the configuration file is too long.";
801  case NERR_QNotFound:
802  return "The printer does not exist.";
803  case NERR_JobNotFound:
804  return "The print job does not exist.";
805  case NERR_DestNotFound:
806  return "The printer destination cannot be found.";
807  case NERR_DestExists:
808  return "The printer destination already exists.";
809  case NERR_QExists:
810  return "The printer queue already exists.";
811  case NERR_QNoRoom:
812  return "No more printers can be added.";
813  case NERR_JobNoRoom:
814  return "No more print jobs can be added.";
815  case NERR_DestNoRoom:
816  return "No more printer destinations can be added.";
817  case NERR_DestIdle:
818  return "This printer destination is idle and cannot accept control operations.";
819  case NERR_DestInvalidOp:
820  return "This printer destination request contains an invalid control function.";
821  case NERR_ProcNoRespond:
822  return "The print processor is not responding.";
823  case NERR_SpoolerNotLoaded:
824  return "The spooler is not running.";
825  case NERR_DestInvalidState:
826  return "This operation cannot be performed on the print destination in its current state.";
827  case NERR_QInvalidState:
828  return "This operation cannot be performed on the printer queue in its current state.";
829  case NERR_JobInvalidState:
830  return "This operation cannot be performed on the print job in its current state.";
831  case NERR_SpoolNoMemory:
832  return "A spooler memory allocation failure occurred.";
833  case NERR_DriverNotFound:
834  return "The device driver does not exist.";
835  case NERR_DataTypeInvalid:
836  return "The data type is not supported by the print processor.";
837  case NERR_ProcNotFound:
838  return "The print processor is not installed.";
839  case NERR_ServiceTableLocked:
840  return "The service database is locked.";
841  case NERR_ServiceTableFull:
842  return "The service table is full.";
843  case NERR_ServiceInstalled:
844  return "The requested service has already been started.";
845  case NERR_ServiceEntryLocked:
846  return "The service does not respond to control actions.";
847  case NERR_ServiceNotInstalled:
848  return "The service has not been started.";
849  case NERR_BadServiceName:
850  return "The service name is invalid.";
851  case NERR_ServiceCtlTimeout:
852  return "The service is not responding to the control function.";
853  case NERR_ServiceCtlBusy:
854  return "The service control is busy.";
855  case NERR_BadServiceProgName:
856  return "The configuration file contains an invalid service program name.";
857  case NERR_ServiceNotCtrl:
858  return "The service could not be controlled in its present state.";
859  case NERR_ServiceKillProc:
860  return "The service ended abnormally.";
861  case NERR_ServiceCtlNotValid:
862  return "The requested pause or stop is not valid for this service.";
863  case NERR_NotInDispatchTbl:
864  return "The service control dispatcher could not find the service name in the dispatch table.";
865  case NERR_BadControlRecv:
866  return "The service control dispatcher pipe read failed.";
867  case NERR_ServiceNotStarting:
868  return "A thread for the new service could not be created.";
869  case NERR_AlreadyLoggedOn:
870  return "This workstation is already logged on to the local-area network.";
871  case NERR_NotLoggedOn:
872  return "The workstation is not logged on to the local-area network.";
873  case NERR_BadUsername:
874  return "The user name or group name parameter is invalid.";
875  case NERR_BadPassword:
876  return "The password parameter is invalid.";
877  case NERR_UnableToAddName_W:
878  return "@W The logon processor did not add the message alias.";
879  case NERR_UnableToAddName_F:
880  return "The logon processor did not add the message alias.";
881  case NERR_UnableToDelName_W:
882  return "@W The logoff processor did not delete the message alias.";
883  case NERR_UnableToDelName_F:
884  return "The logoff processor did not delete the message alias.";
885  case NERR_LogonsPaused:
886  return "Network logons are paused.";
887  case NERR_LogonServerConflict:
888  return "A centralized logon-server conflict occurred.";
889  case NERR_LogonNoUserPath:
890  return "The server is configured without a valid user path.";
891  case NERR_LogonScriptError:
892  return "An error occurred while loading or running the logon script.";
893  case NERR_StandaloneLogon:
894  return "The logon server was not specified. Your computer will be logged on as STANDALONE.";
895  case NERR_LogonServerNotFound:
896  return "The logon server could not be found.";
897  case NERR_LogonDomainExists:
898  return "There is already a logon domain for this computer.";
899  case NERR_NonValidatedLogon:
900  return "The logon server could not validate the logon.";
901  case NERR_ACFNotFound:
902  return "The security database could not be found.";
903  case NERR_GroupNotFound:
904  return "The group name could not be found.";
905  case NERR_UserNotFound:
906  return "The user name could not be found.";
907  case NERR_ResourceNotFound:
908  return "The resource name could not be found.";
909  case NERR_GroupExists:
910  return "The group already exists.";
911  case NERR_UserExists:
912  return "The user account already exists.";
913  case NERR_ResourceExists:
914  return "The resource permission list already exists.";
915  case NERR_NotPrimary:
916  return "This operation is only allowed on the primary domain controller of the domain.";
917  case NERR_ACFNotLoaded:
918  return "The security database has not been started.";
919  case NERR_ACFNoRoom:
920  return "There are too many names in the user accounts database.";
921  case NERR_ACFFileIOFail:
922  return "A disk I/O failure occurred.";
923  case NERR_ACFTooManyLists:
924  return "The limit of 64 entries per resource was exceeded.";
925  case NERR_UserLogon:
926  return "Deleting a user with a session is not allowed.";
927  case NERR_ACFNoParent:
928  return "The parent directory could not be located.";
929  case NERR_CanNotGrowSegment:
930  return "Unable to add to the security database session cache segment.";
931  case NERR_SpeGroupOp:
932  return "This operation is not allowed on this special group.";
933  case NERR_NotInCache:
934  return "This user is not cached in user accounts database session cache.";
935  case NERR_UserInGroup:
936  return "The user already belongs to this group.";
937  case NERR_UserNotInGroup:
938  return "The user does not belong to this group.";
939  case NERR_AccountUndefined:
940  return "This user account is undefined.";
941  case NERR_AccountExpired:
942  return "This user account has expired.";
943  case NERR_InvalidWorkstation:
944  return "The user is not allowed to log on from this workstation.";
945  case NERR_InvalidLogonHours:
946  return "The user is not allowed to log on at this time.";
947  case NERR_PasswordExpired:
948  return "The password of this user has expired.";
949  case NERR_PasswordCantChange:
950  return "The password of this user cannot change.";
951  case NERR_PasswordHistConflict:
952  return "This password cannot be used now.";
953  case NERR_PasswordTooShort:
954  return "The password does not meet the password policy requirements. Check the minimum password length, password complexity and password history requirements.";
955  case NERR_PasswordTooRecent:
956  return "The password of this user is too recent to change.";
957  case NERR_InvalidDatabase:
958  return "The security database is corrupted.";
959  case NERR_DatabaseUpToDate:
960  return "No updates are necessary to this replicant network/local security database.";
961  case NERR_SyncRequired:
962  return "This replicant database is outdated; synchronization is required.";
963  case NERR_UseNotFound:
964  return "The network connection could not be found.";
965  case NERR_BadAsgType:
966  return "This asg_type is invalid.";
967  case NERR_DeviceIsShared:
968  return "This device is currently being shared.";
969  case NERR_NoComputerName:
970  return "The computer name could not be added as a message alias. The name may already exist on the network.";
971  case NERR_MsgAlreadyStarted:
972  return "The Messenger service is already started.";
973  case NERR_MsgInitFailed:
974  return "The Messenger service failed to start.";
975  case NERR_NameNotFound:
976  return "The message alias could not be found on the network.";
977  case NERR_AlreadyForwarded:
978  return "This message alias has already been forwarded.";
979  case NERR_AddForwarded:
980  return "This message alias has been added but is still forwarded.";
981  case NERR_AlreadyExists:
982  return "This message alias already exists locally.";
983  case NERR_TooManyNames:
984  return "The maximum number of added message aliases has been exceeded.";
985  case NERR_DelComputerName:
986  return "The computer name could not be deleted.";
987  case NERR_LocalForward:
988  return "Messages cannot be forwarded back to the same workstation.";
989  case NERR_GrpMsgProcessor:
990  return "An error occurred in the domain message processor.";
991  case NERR_PausedRemote:
992  return "The message was sent, but the recipient has paused the Messenger service.";
993  case NERR_BadReceive:
994  return "The message was sent but not received.";
995  case NERR_NameInUse:
996  return "The message alias is currently in use. Try again later.";
997  case NERR_MsgNotStarted:
998  return "The Messenger service has not been started.";
999  case NERR_NotLocalName:
1000  return "The name is not on the local computer.";
1001  case NERR_NoForwardName:
1002  return "The forwarded message alias could not be found on the network.";
1003  case NERR_RemoteFull:
1004  return "The message alias table on the remote station is full.";
1005  case NERR_NameNotForwarded:
1006  return "Messages for this alias are not currently being forwarded.";
1007  case NERR_TruncatedBroadcast:
1008  return "The broadcast message was truncated.";
1009  case NERR_InvalidDevice:
1010  return "This is an invalid device name.";
1011  case NERR_WriteFault:
1012  return "A write fault occurred.";
1013  case NERR_DuplicateName:
1014  return "A duplicate message alias exists on the network.";
1015  case NERR_DeleteLater:
1016  return "@W This message alias will be deleted later.";
1017  case NERR_IncompleteDel:
1018  return "The message alias was not successfully deleted from all networks.";
1019  case NERR_MultipleNets:
1020  return "This operation is not supported on computers with multiple networks.";
1021  case NERR_NetNameNotFound:
1022  return "This shared resource does not exist.";
1023  case NERR_DeviceNotShared:
1024  return "This device is not shared.";
1025  case NERR_ClientNameNotFound:
1026  return "A session does not exist with that computer name.";
1027  case NERR_FileIdNotFound:
1028  return "There is not an open file with that identification number.";
1029  case NERR_ExecFailure:
1030  return "A failure occurred when executing a remote administration command.";
1031  case NERR_TmpFile:
1032  return "A failure occurred when opening a remote temporary file.";
1033  case NERR_TooMuchData:
1034  return "The data returned from a remote administration command has been truncated to 64K.";
1035  case NERR_DeviceShareConflict:
1036  return "This device cannot be shared as both a spooled and a non-spooled resource.";
1037  case NERR_BrowserTableIncomplete:
1038  return "The information in the list of servers may be incorrect.";
1039  case NERR_NotLocalDomain:
1040  return "The computer is not active in this domain.";
1041 #ifdef NERR_IsDfsShare
1042 
1043  case NERR_IsDfsShare:
1044  return "The share must be removed from the Distributed File System before it can be deleted.";
1045 #endif
1046 
1047  case NERR_DevInvalidOpCode:
1048  return "The operation is invalid for this device.";
1049  case NERR_DevNotFound:
1050  return "This device cannot be shared.";
1051  case NERR_DevNotOpen:
1052  return "This device was not open.";
1053  case NERR_BadQueueDevString:
1054  return "This device name list is invalid.";
1055  case NERR_BadQueuePriority:
1056  return "The queue priority is invalid.";
1057  case NERR_NoCommDevs:
1058  return "There are no shared communication devices.";
1059  case NERR_QueueNotFound:
1060  return "The queue you specified does not exist.";
1061  case NERR_BadDevString:
1062  return "This list of devices is invalid.";
1063  case NERR_BadDev:
1064  return "The requested device is invalid.";
1065  case NERR_InUseBySpooler:
1066  return "This device is already in use by the spooler.";
1067  case NERR_CommDevInUse:
1068  return "This device is already in use as a communication device.";
1069  case NERR_InvalidComputer:
1070  return "This computer name is invalid.";
1071  case NERR_MaxLenExceeded:
1072  return "The string and prefix specified are too long.";
1073  case NERR_BadComponent:
1074  return "This path component is invalid.";
1075  case NERR_CantType:
1076  return "Could not determine the type of input.";
1077  case NERR_TooManyEntries:
1078  return "The buffer for types is not big enough.";
1079  case NERR_ProfileFileTooBig:
1080  return "Profile files cannot exceed 64K.";
1081  case NERR_ProfileOffset:
1082  return "The start offset is out of range.";
1083  case NERR_ProfileCleanup:
1084  return "The system cannot delete current connections to network resources.";
1085  case NERR_ProfileUnknownCmd:
1086  return "The system was unable to parse the command line in this file.";
1087  case NERR_ProfileLoadErr:
1088  return "An error occurred while loading the profile file.";
1089  case NERR_ProfileSaveErr:
1090  return "@W Errors occurred while saving the profile file. The profile was partially saved.";
1091  case NERR_LogOverflow:
1092  return "Log file %1 is full.";
1093  case NERR_LogFileChanged:
1094  return "This log file has changed between reads.";
1095  case NERR_LogFileCorrupt:
1096  return "Log file %1 is corrupt.";
1097  case NERR_SourceIsDir:
1098  return "The source path cannot be a directory.";
1099  case NERR_BadSource:
1100  return "The source path is illegal.";
1101  case NERR_BadDest:
1102  return "The destination path is illegal.";
1103  case NERR_DifferentServers:
1104  return "The source and destination paths are on different servers.";
1105  case NERR_RunSrvPaused:
1106  return "The Run server you requested is paused.";
1107  case NERR_ErrCommRunSrv:
1108  return "An error occurred when communicating with a Run server.";
1109  case NERR_ErrorExecingGhost:
1110  return "An error occurred when starting a background process.";
1111  case NERR_ShareNotFound:
1112  return "The shared resource you are connected to could not be found.";
1113  case NERR_InvalidLana:
1114  return "The LAN adapter number is invalid.";
1115  case NERR_OpenFiles:
1116  return "There are open files on the connection.";
1117  case NERR_ActiveConns:
1118  return "Active connections still exist.";
1119  case NERR_BadPasswordCore:
1120  return "This share name or password is invalid.";
1121  case NERR_DevInUse:
1122  return "The device is being accessed by an active process.";
1123  case NERR_LocalDrive:
1124  return "The drive letter is in use locally.";
1125  case NERR_AlertExists:
1126  return "The specified client is already registered for the specified event.";
1127  case NERR_TooManyAlerts:
1128  return "The alert table is full.";
1129  case NERR_NoSuchAlert:
1130  return "An invalid or nonexistent alert name was raised.";
1131  case NERR_BadRecipient:
1132  return "The alert recipient is invalid.";
1133  case NERR_AcctLimitExceeded:
1134  return "A user's session with this server has been deleted.";
1135  case NERR_InvalidLogSeek:
1136  return "The log file does not contain the requested record number.";
1137  case NERR_BadUasConfig:
1138  return "The user accounts database is not configured correctly.";
1139  case NERR_InvalidUASOp:
1140  return "This operation is not permitted when the Netlogon service is running.";
1141  case NERR_LastAdmin:
1142  return "This operation is not allowed on the last administrative account.";
1143  case NERR_DCNotFound:
1144  return "Could not find domain controller for this domain.";
1145  case NERR_LogonTrackingError:
1146  return "Could not set logon information for this user.";
1147  case NERR_NetlogonNotStarted:
1148  return "The Netlogon service has not been started.";
1149  case NERR_CanNotGrowUASFile:
1150  return "Unable to add to the user accounts database.";
1151  case NERR_TimeDiffAtDC:
1152  return "This server's clock is not synchronized with the primary domain controller's clock.";
1153  case NERR_PasswordMismatch:
1154  return "A password mismatch has been detected.";
1155  case NERR_NoSuchServer:
1156  return "The server identification does not specify a valid server.";
1157  case NERR_NoSuchSession:
1158  return "The session identification does not specify a valid session.";
1159  case NERR_NoSuchConnection:
1160  return "The connection identification does not specify a valid connection.";
1161  case NERR_TooManyServers:
1162  return "There is no space for another entry in the table of available servers.";
1163  case NERR_TooManySessions:
1164  return "The server has reached the maximum number of sessions it supports.";
1165  case NERR_TooManyConnections:
1166  return "The server has reached the maximum number of connections it supports.";
1167  case NERR_TooManyFiles:
1168  return "The server cannot open more files because it has reached its maximum number.";
1169  case NERR_NoAlternateServers:
1170  return "There are no alternate servers registered on this server.";
1171  case NERR_TryDownLevel:
1172  return "Try down-level (remote admin protocol) version of API instead.";
1173  case NERR_UPSDriverNotStarted:
1174  return "The UPS driver could not be accessed by the UPS service.";
1175  case NERR_UPSInvalidConfig:
1176  return "The UPS service is not configured correctly.";
1177  case NERR_UPSInvalidCommPort:
1178  return "The UPS service could not access the specified Comm Port.";
1179  case NERR_UPSSignalAsserted:
1180  return "The UPS indicated a line fail or low battery situation. Service not started.";
1181  case NERR_UPSShutdownFailed:
1182  return "The UPS service failed to perform a system shut down.";
1183  case NERR_BadDosRetCode:
1184  return "The program below returned an MS-DOS error code:";
1185  case NERR_ProgNeedsExtraMem:
1186  return "The program below needs more memory:";
1187  case NERR_BadDosFunction:
1188  return "The program below called an unsupported MS-DOS function:";
1189  case NERR_RemoteBootFailed:
1190  return "The workstation failed to boot.";
1191  case NERR_BadFileCheckSum:
1192  return "The file below is corrupt.";
1193  case NERR_NoRplBootSystem:
1194  return "No loader is specified in the boot-block definition file.";
1195  case NERR_RplLoadrNetBiosErr:
1196  return "NetBIOS returned an error: The NCB and SMB are dumped above.";
1197  case NERR_RplLoadrDiskErr:
1198  return "A disk I/O error occurred.";
1199  case NERR_ImageParamErr:
1200  return "Image parameter substitution failed.";
1201  case NERR_TooManyImageParams:
1202  return "Too many image parameters cross disk sector boundaries.";
1203  case NERR_NonDosFloppyUsed:
1204  return "The image was not generated from an MS-DOS diskette formatted with /S.";
1205  case NERR_RplBootRestart:
1206  return "Remote boot will be restarted later.";
1207  case NERR_RplSrvrCallFailed:
1208  return "The call to the Remoteboot server failed.";
1209  case NERR_CantConnectRplSrvr:
1210  return "Cannot connect to the Remoteboot server.";
1211  case NERR_CantOpenImageFile:
1212  return "Cannot open image file on the Remoteboot server.";
1213  case NERR_CallingRplSrvr:
1214  return "Connecting to the Remoteboot server...";
1215  case NERR_StartingRplBoot:
1216  return "Connecting to the Remoteboot server...";
1217  case NERR_RplBootServiceTerm:
1218  return "Remote boot service was stopped; check the error log for the cause of the problem.";
1219  case NERR_RplBootStartFailed:
1220  return "Remote boot startup failed; check the error log for the cause of the problem.";
1221  case NERR_RPL_CONNECTED:
1222  return "A second connection to a Remoteboot resource is not allowed.";
1223  case NERR_BrowserConfiguredToNotRun:
1224  return "The browser service was configured with MaintainServerList=No.";
1225  case NERR_RplNoAdaptersStarted:
1226  return "Service failed to start since none of the network adapters started with this service.";
1227  case NERR_RplBadRegistry:
1228  return "Service failed to start due to bad startup information in the registry.";
1229  case NERR_RplBadDatabase:
1230  return "Service failed to start because its database is absent or corrupt.";
1231  case NERR_RplRplfilesShare:
1232  return "Service failed to start because RPLFILES share is absent.";
1233  case NERR_RplNotRplServer:
1234  return "Service failed to start because RPLUSER group is absent.";
1235  case NERR_RplCannotEnum:
1236  return "Cannot enumerate service records.";
1237  case NERR_RplWkstaInfoCorrupted:
1238  return "Workstation record information has been corrupted.";
1239  case NERR_RplWkstaNotFound:
1240  return "Workstation record was not found.";
1241  case NERR_RplWkstaNameUnavailable:
1242  return "Workstation name is in use by some other workstation.";
1243  case NERR_RplProfileInfoCorrupted:
1244  return "Profile record information has been corrupted.";
1245  case NERR_RplProfileNotFound:
1246  return "Profile record was not found.";
1247  case NERR_RplProfileNameUnavailable:
1248  return "Profile name is in use by some other profile.";
1249  case NERR_RplProfileNotEmpty:
1250  return "There are workstations using this profile.";
1251  case NERR_RplConfigInfoCorrupted:
1252  return "Configuration record information has been corrupted.";
1253  case NERR_RplConfigNotFound:
1254  return "Configuration record was not found.";
1255  case NERR_RplAdapterInfoCorrupted:
1256  return "Adapter ID record information has been corrupted.";
1257  case NERR_RplInternal:
1258  return "An internal service error has occurred.";
1259  case NERR_RplVendorInfoCorrupted:
1260  return "Vendor ID record information has been corrupted.";
1261  case NERR_RplBootInfoCorrupted:
1262  return "Boot block record information has been corrupted.";
1263  case NERR_RplWkstaNeedsUserAcct:
1264  return "The user account for this workstation record is missing.";
1265  case NERR_RplNeedsRPLUSERAcct:
1266  return "The RPLUSER local group could not be found.";
1267  case NERR_RplBootNotFound:
1268  return "Boot block record was not found.";
1269  case NERR_RplIncompatibleProfile:
1270  return "Chosen profile is incompatible with this workstation.";
1271  case NERR_RplAdapterNameUnavailable:
1272  return "Chosen network adapter ID is in use by some other workstation.";
1273  case NERR_RplConfigNotEmpty:
1274  return "There are profiles using this configuration.";
1275  case NERR_RplBootInUse:
1276  return "There are workstations, profiles, or configurations using this boot block.";
1277  case NERR_RplBackupDatabase:
1278  return "Service failed to backup Remoteboot database.";
1279  case NERR_RplAdapterNotFound:
1280  return "Adapter record was not found.";
1281  case NERR_RplVendorNotFound:
1282  return "Vendor record was not found.";
1283  case NERR_RplVendorNameUnavailable:
1284  return "Vendor name is in use by some other vendor record.";
1285  case NERR_RplBootNameUnavailable:
1286  return "(boot name, vendor ID) is in use by some other boot block record.";
1287  case NERR_RplConfigNameUnavailable:
1288  return "Configuration name is in use by some other configuration.";
1289  case NERR_DfsInternalCorruption:
1290  return "The internal database maintained by the Dfs service is corrupt.";
1291  case NERR_DfsVolumeDataCorrupt:
1292  return "One of the records in the internal Dfs database is corrupt.";
1293  case NERR_DfsNoSuchVolume:
1294  return "There is no DFS name whose entry path matches the input Entry Path.";
1295  case NERR_DfsVolumeAlreadyExists:
1296  return "A root or link with the given name already exists.";
1297  case NERR_DfsAlreadyShared:
1298  return "The server share specified is already shared in the Dfs.";
1299  case NERR_DfsNoSuchShare:
1300  return "The indicated server share does not support the indicated DFS namespace.";
1301  case NERR_DfsNotALeafVolume:
1302  return "The operation is not valid on this portion of the namespace.";
1303  case NERR_DfsLeafVolume:
1304  return "The operation is not valid on this portion of the namespace.";
1305  case NERR_DfsVolumeHasMultipleServers:
1306  return "The operation is ambiguous because the link has multiple servers.";
1307  case NERR_DfsCantCreateJunctionPoint:
1308  return "Unable to create a link.";
1309  case NERR_DfsServerNotDfsAware:
1310  return "The server is not Dfs Aware.";
1311  case NERR_DfsBadRenamePath:
1312  return "The specified rename target path is invalid.";
1313  case NERR_DfsVolumeIsOffline:
1314  return "The specified DFS link is offline.";
1315  case NERR_DfsNoSuchServer:
1316  return "The specified server is not a server for this link.";
1317  case NERR_DfsCyclicalName:
1318  return "A cycle in the Dfs name was detected.";
1319  case NERR_DfsNotSupportedInServerDfs:
1320  return "The operation is not supported on a server-based Dfs.";
1321  case NERR_DfsDuplicateService:
1322  return "This link is already supported by the specified server-share.";
1323  case NERR_DfsCantRemoveLastServerShare:
1324  return "Can't remove the last server-share supporting this root or link.";
1325  case NERR_DfsVolumeIsInterDfs:
1326  return "The operation is not supported for an Inter-DFS link.";
1327  case NERR_DfsInconsistent:
1328  return "The internal state of the Dfs Service has become inconsistent.";
1329  case NERR_DfsServerUpgraded:
1330  return "The Dfs Service has been installed on the specified server.";
1331  case NERR_DfsDataIsIdentical:
1332  return "The Dfs data being reconciled is identical.";
1333  case NERR_DfsCantRemoveDfsRoot:
1334  return "The DFS root cannot be deleted. Uninstall DFS if required.";
1335  case NERR_DfsChildOrParentInDfs:
1336  return "A child or parent directory of the share is already in a Dfs.";
1337  case NERR_DfsInternalError:
1338  return "Dfs internal error.";
1339  /* the following are not defined in mingw */
1340 #if 0
1341 
1342  case NERR_SetupAlreadyJoined:
1343  return "This machine is already joined to a domain.";
1344  case NERR_SetupNotJoined:
1345  return "This machine is not currently joined to a domain.";
1346  case NERR_SetupDomainController:
1347  return "This machine is a domain controller and cannot be unjoined from a domain.";
1348  case NERR_DefaultJoinRequired:
1349  return "The destination domain controller does not support creating machine accounts in OUs.";
1350  case NERR_InvalidWorkgroupName:
1351  return "The specified workgroup name is invalid.";
1352  case NERR_NameUsesIncompatibleCodePage:
1353  return "The specified computer name is incompatible with the default language used on the domain controller.";
1354  case NERR_ComputerAccountNotFound:
1355  return "The specified computer account could not be found.";
1356  case NERR_PersonalSku:
1357  return "This version of Windows cannot be joined to a domain.";
1358  case NERR_PasswordMustChange:
1359  return "The password must change at the next logon.";
1360  case NERR_AccountLockedOut:
1361  return "The account is locked out.";
1362  case NERR_PasswordTooLong:
1363  return "The password is too long.";
1364  case NERR_PasswordNotComplexEnough:
1365  return "The password does not meet the complexity policy.";
1366  case NERR_PasswordFilterError:
1367  return "The password does not meet the requirements of the password filter DLLs.";
1368 #endif
1369 
1370  default:
1371  msg = strerror (error_number);
1372 
1373  if (msg == NULL)
1374  msg = "unknown";
1375 
1376  return msg;
1377  }
1378 #endif //DBUS_WINCE
1379 }
1380 
1396 _dbus_command_for_pid (unsigned long pid,
1397  DBusString *str,
1398  int max_len,
1399  DBusError *error)
1400 {
1402  "_dbus_command_for_pid() not implemented on Windows");
1403  return FALSE;
1404 }
1405 
1416 {
1417 #ifndef DBUS_PREFIX
1418  /* leave path unchanged */
1419  return TRUE;
1420 #else
1421  DBusString runtime_prefix;
1422  int i;
1423 
1424  if (!_dbus_string_init (&runtime_prefix))
1425  return FALSE;
1426 
1427  if (!_dbus_get_install_root (&runtime_prefix))
1428  {
1429  _dbus_string_free (&runtime_prefix);
1430  return FALSE;
1431  }
1432 
1433  if (_dbus_string_get_length (&runtime_prefix) == 0)
1434  {
1435  /* cannot determine install root, leave path unchanged */
1436  _dbus_string_free (&runtime_prefix);
1437  return TRUE;
1438  }
1439 
1440  if (_dbus_string_starts_with_c_str (path, DBUS_PREFIX "/"))
1441  {
1442  /* Replace DBUS_PREFIX "/" with runtime_prefix.
1443  * Note unusual calling convention: source is first, then dest */
1445  &runtime_prefix, 0, _dbus_string_get_length (&runtime_prefix),
1446  path, 0, strlen (DBUS_PREFIX) + 1))
1447  {
1448  _dbus_string_free (&runtime_prefix);
1449  return FALSE;
1450  }
1451  }
1452 
1453  /* Somehow, in some situations, backslashes get collapsed in the string.
1454  * Since windows C library accepts both forward and backslashes as
1455  * path separators, convert all backslashes to forward slashes.
1456  */
1457 
1458  for (i = 0; i < _dbus_string_get_length (path); i++)
1459  {
1460  if (_dbus_string_get_byte (path, i) == '\\')
1461  _dbus_string_set_byte (path, i, '/');
1462  }
1463 
1464  _dbus_string_free (&runtime_prefix);
1465  return TRUE;
1466 #endif
1467 }
1468 
1469 #define DBUS_STANDARD_SESSION_SERVICEDIR "/dbus-1/services"
1470 #define DBUS_STANDARD_SYSTEM_SERVICEDIR "/dbus-1/system-services"
1471 
1481  DBusError *error)
1482 {
1483  /* Not an error, we just don't have transient session services on Windows */
1484  return TRUE;
1485 }
1486 
1505 {
1506  const char *common_progs;
1507  DBusString servicedir_path;
1508 
1509  if (!_dbus_string_init (&servicedir_path))
1510  return FALSE;
1511 
1512 #ifdef DBUS_WINCE
1513  {
1514  /* On Windows CE, we adjust datadir dynamically to installation location. */
1515  const char *data_dir = _dbus_getenv ("DBUS_DATADIR");
1516 
1517  if (data_dir != NULL)
1518  {
1519  if (!_dbus_string_append (&servicedir_path, data_dir))
1520  goto oom;
1521 
1522  if (!_dbus_string_append (&servicedir_path, _DBUS_PATH_SEPARATOR))
1523  goto oom;
1524  }
1525  }
1526 #else
1527  {
1528  DBusString p;
1529 
1530  if (!_dbus_string_init (&p))
1531  goto oom;
1532 
1533  /* DBUS_DATADIR is assumed to be absolute; the build systems should
1534  * ensure that. */
1535  if (!_dbus_string_append (&p, DBUS_DATADIR) ||
1537  {
1538  _dbus_string_free (&p);
1539  goto oom;
1540  }
1541 
1542  if (!_dbus_string_append (&servicedir_path,
1543  _dbus_string_get_const_data (&p)))
1544  {
1545  _dbus_string_free (&p);
1546  goto oom;
1547  }
1548 
1549  _dbus_string_free (&p);
1550  }
1551 
1552  if (!_dbus_string_append (&servicedir_path, _DBUS_PATH_SEPARATOR))
1553  goto oom;
1554 #endif
1555 
1556  common_progs = _dbus_getenv ("CommonProgramFiles");
1557 
1558  if (common_progs != NULL)
1559  {
1560  if (!_dbus_string_append (&servicedir_path, common_progs))
1561  goto oom;
1562 
1563  if (!_dbus_string_append (&servicedir_path, _DBUS_PATH_SEPARATOR))
1564  goto oom;
1565  }
1566 
1567  if (!_dbus_split_paths_and_append (&servicedir_path,
1568  DBUS_STANDARD_SESSION_SERVICEDIR,
1569  dirs))
1570  goto oom;
1571 
1572  _dbus_string_free (&servicedir_path);
1573  return TRUE;
1574 
1575  oom:
1576  _dbus_string_free (&servicedir_path);
1577  return FALSE;
1578 }
1579 
1600 {
1601  *dirs = NULL;
1602  return TRUE;
1603 }
1604 
1605 static dbus_bool_t
1606 _dbus_get_config_file_name (DBusString *str,
1607  const char *basename)
1608 {
1609  DBusString tmp;
1610 
1611  if (!_dbus_string_append (str, DBUS_DATADIR) ||
1613  return FALSE;
1614 
1615  _dbus_string_init_const (&tmp, "dbus-1");
1616 
1617  if (!_dbus_concat_dir_and_file (str, &tmp))
1618  return FALSE;
1619 
1620  _dbus_string_init_const (&tmp, basename);
1621 
1622  if (!_dbus_concat_dir_and_file (str, &tmp))
1623  return FALSE;
1624 
1625  return TRUE;
1626 }
1627 
1638 {
1639  _dbus_assert (_dbus_string_get_length (str) == 0);
1640 
1641  return _dbus_get_config_file_name(str, "system.conf");
1642 }
1643 
1652 {
1653  _dbus_assert (_dbus_string_get_length (str) == 0);
1654 
1655  return _dbus_get_config_file_name(str, "session.conf");
1656 }
1657 
1658 void
1660 {
1661 }
1662 
1663 void
1665 {
1666 }
1667 
1668 void
1670 {
1671 }
1672 
1673 void
1675 {
1676 }
1677 
1678 void
1679 _dbus_win_stderr_win_error (const char *app,
1680  const char *message,
1681  unsigned long code)
1682 {
1683  DBusError error;
1684 
1685  dbus_error_init (&error);
1686  _dbus_win_set_error_from_win_error (&error, code);
1687  fprintf (stderr, "%s: %s: %s\n", app, message, error.message);
1688  dbus_error_free (&error);
1689 }
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