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Revision 1.100, Sun Jul 25 11:44:31 2010 UTC (10 years, 9 months ago) by kristaps
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: VERSION_1_10_5
Changes since 1.99: +12 -3 lines

Initial PDF shim over PS.  This produces working PDF output with -Tpdf.
It's currently missing the xref table, so you'll get a warning in most
PDF viewers).  It also produces lots of redundant output, which will go
away once I get a better handle on the PDF spec.  The code doesn't
really touch any existing functionality; it's a bunch of conditionals
atop the -Tps (term_ps.c) implementation.  I'm checking it in now to
have it exist and be auditable.  It needs clean-up, polish, and general
care (and xref!).

/*	$Id: main.c,v 1.100 2010/07/25 11:44:31 kristaps Exp $ */
/*
 * Copyright (c) 2008, 2009, 2010 Kristaps Dzonsons <kristaps@bsd.lv>
 * Copyright (c) 2010 Ingo Schwarze <schwarze@openbsd.org>
 *
 * Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any
 * purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above
 * copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies.
 *
 * THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES
 * WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
 * MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR
 * ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
 * WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN
 * ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF
 * OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
 */
#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
#include "config.h"
#endif

#include <sys/mman.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>

#include <assert.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>

#include "mandoc.h"
#include "main.h"
#include "mdoc.h"
#include "man.h"
#include "roff.h"

#define	UNCONST(a)	((void *)(uintptr_t)(const void *)(a))

/* FIXME: Intel's compiler?  LLVM?  pcc?  */

#if !defined(__GNUC__) || (__GNUC__ < 2)
# if !defined(lint)
#  define __attribute__(x)
# endif
#endif /* !defined(__GNUC__) || (__GNUC__ < 2) */

typedef	void		(*out_mdoc)(void *, const struct mdoc *);
typedef	void		(*out_man)(void *, const struct man *);
typedef	void		(*out_free)(void *);

struct	buf {
	char	 	 *buf;
	size_t		  sz;
};

enum	intt {
	INTT_AUTO,
	INTT_MDOC,
	INTT_MAN
};

enum	outt {
	OUTT_ASCII = 0,
	OUTT_TREE,
	OUTT_HTML,
	OUTT_XHTML,
	OUTT_LINT,
	OUTT_PS,
	OUTT_PDF
};

struct	curparse {
	const char	 *file;		/* Current parse. */
	int		  fd;		/* Current parse. */
	int		  wflags;
	/* FIXME: set by max error */
#define	WARN_WALL	 (1 << 0)	/* All-warnings mask. */
#define	WARN_WERR	 (1 << 2)	/* Warnings->errors. */
	int		  fflags;
#define	FL_IGN_SCOPE	 (1 << 0) 	/* Ignore scope errors. */
#define	FL_NIGN_ESCAPE	 (1 << 1) 	/* Don't ignore bad escapes. */
#define	FL_NIGN_MACRO	 (1 << 2) 	/* Don't ignore bad macros. */
#define	FL_IGN_ERRORS	 (1 << 4)	/* Ignore failed parse. */
#define	FL_STRICT	  FL_NIGN_ESCAPE | \
			  FL_NIGN_MACRO /* ignore nothing */
	enum intt	  inttype;	/* which parser to use */
	struct man	 *man;		/* man parser */
	struct mdoc	 *mdoc;		/* mdoc parser */
	struct roff	 *roff;		/* roff parser (!NULL) */
	struct regset	  regs;		/* roff registers */
	enum outt	  outtype; 	/* which output to use */
	out_mdoc	  outmdoc;	/* mdoc output ptr */
	out_man	  	  outman;	/* man output ptr */
	out_free	  outfree;	/* free output ptr */
	void		 *outdata;	/* data for output */
	char		  outopts[BUFSIZ]; /* buf of output opts */
};

static	const char * const	mandocerrs[MANDOCERR_MAX] = {
	"ok",

	"generic warning",

	"text should be uppercase",
	"sections out of conventional order",
	"section name repeats",
	"out of order prologue",
	"repeated prologue entry",
	"list type must come first",
	"bad standard",
	"bad library",
	"tab in non-literal context",
	"bad escape sequence",
	"unterminated quoted string",
	"argument requires the width argument",
	"superfluous width argument",
	"ignoring argument",
	"bad date argument",
	"bad width argument",
	"unknown manual section",
	"section not in conventional manual section",
	"end of line whitespace",
	"blocks badly nested",
	"scope open on exit",

	"generic error",

	"NAME section must come first",
	"bad Boolean value",
	"child violates parent syntax",
	"bad AT&T symbol",
	"list type repeated",
	"display type repeated",
	"argument repeated",
	"manual name not yet set",
	"obsolete macro ignored",
	"empty macro ignored",
	"macro not allowed in body",
	"macro not allowed in prologue",
	"bad character",
	"bad NAME section contents",
	"no blank lines",
	"no text in this context",
	"bad comment style",
	"unknown macro will be lost",
	"line scope broken",
	"argument count wrong",
	"request scope close w/none open",
	"scope already open",
	"macro requires line argument(s)",
	"macro requires body argument(s)",
	"macro requires argument(s)",
	"no title in document",
	"missing list type",
	"missing display type",
	"missing font type",
	"line argument(s) will be lost",
	"body argument(s) will be lost",

	"generic fatal error",

	"column syntax is inconsistent",
	"displays may not be nested",
	"unsupported display type",
	"blocks badly nested",
	"no such block is open",
	"scope broken, syntax violated",
	"line scope broken, syntax violated",
	"argument count wrong, violates syntax",
	"child violates parent syntax",
	"argument count wrong, violates syntax",
	"no document body",
	"no document prologue",
	"utsname system call failed",
	"memory exhausted",
};

static	void		  fdesc(struct curparse *);
static	void		  ffile(const char *, struct curparse *);
static	int		  foptions(int *, char *);
static	struct man	 *man_init(struct curparse *);
static	struct mdoc	 *mdoc_init(struct curparse *);
static	struct roff	 *roff_init(struct curparse *);
static	int		  moptions(enum intt *, char *);
static	int		  mmsg(enum mandocerr, void *, 
				int, int, const char *);
static	int		  pset(const char *, int, struct curparse *,
				struct man **, struct mdoc **);
static	int		  toptions(struct curparse *, char *);
static	void		  usage(void) __attribute__((noreturn));
static	void		  version(void) __attribute__((noreturn));
static	int		  woptions(int *, char *);

static	const char	 *progname;
static	int		  with_fatal;
static	int		  with_error;

int
main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
	int		 c;
	struct curparse	 curp;

	progname = strrchr(argv[0], '/');
	if (progname == NULL)
		progname = argv[0];
	else
		++progname;

	memset(&curp, 0, sizeof(struct curparse));

	curp.inttype = INTT_AUTO;
	curp.outtype = OUTT_ASCII;

	/* LINTED */
	while (-1 != (c = getopt(argc, argv, "f:m:O:T:VW:")))
		switch (c) {
		case ('f'):
			if ( ! foptions(&curp.fflags, optarg))
				return(EXIT_FAILURE);
			break;
		case ('m'):
			if ( ! moptions(&curp.inttype, optarg))
				return(EXIT_FAILURE);
			break;
		case ('O'):
			(void)strlcat(curp.outopts, optarg, BUFSIZ);
			(void)strlcat(curp.outopts, ",", BUFSIZ);
			break;
		case ('T'):
			if ( ! toptions(&curp, optarg))
				return(EXIT_FAILURE);
			break;
		case ('W'):
			if ( ! woptions(&curp.wflags, optarg))
				return(EXIT_FAILURE);
			break;
		case ('V'):
			version();
			/* NOTREACHED */
		default:
			usage();
			/* NOTREACHED */
		}

	argc -= optind;
	argv += optind;

	if (NULL == *argv) {
		curp.file = "<stdin>";
		curp.fd = STDIN_FILENO;

		fdesc(&curp);
	}

	while (*argv) {
		ffile(*argv, &curp);

		if (with_fatal && !(curp.fflags & FL_IGN_ERRORS))
			break;
		++argv;
	}

	if (curp.outfree)
		(*curp.outfree)(curp.outdata);
	if (curp.mdoc)
		mdoc_free(curp.mdoc);
	if (curp.man)
		man_free(curp.man);
	if (curp.roff)
		roff_free(curp.roff);

	return((with_fatal || with_error) ? 
			EXIT_FAILURE :  EXIT_SUCCESS);
}


static void
version(void)
{

	(void)printf("%s %s\n", progname, VERSION);
	exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
}


static void
usage(void)
{

	(void)fprintf(stderr, "usage: %s [-V] [-foption] "
			"[-mformat] [-Ooption] [-Toutput] "
			"[-Werr] [file...]\n", progname);
	exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
}


static struct man *
man_init(struct curparse *curp)
{
	int		 pflags;

	/* Defaults from mandoc.1. */

	pflags = MAN_IGN_MACRO | MAN_IGN_ESCAPE;

	if (curp->fflags & FL_NIGN_MACRO)
		pflags &= ~MAN_IGN_MACRO;
	if (curp->fflags & FL_NIGN_ESCAPE)
		pflags &= ~MAN_IGN_ESCAPE;

	return(man_alloc(&curp->regs, curp, pflags, mmsg));
}


static struct roff *
roff_init(struct curparse *curp)
{

	return(roff_alloc(&curp->regs, mmsg, curp));
}


static struct mdoc *
mdoc_init(struct curparse *curp)
{
	int		 pflags;

	/* Defaults from mandoc.1. */

	pflags = MDOC_IGN_MACRO | MDOC_IGN_ESCAPE;

	if (curp->fflags & FL_IGN_SCOPE)
		pflags |= MDOC_IGN_SCOPE;
	if (curp->fflags & FL_NIGN_ESCAPE)
		pflags &= ~MDOC_IGN_ESCAPE;
	if (curp->fflags & FL_NIGN_MACRO)
		pflags &= ~MDOC_IGN_MACRO;

	return(mdoc_alloc(&curp->regs, curp, pflags, mmsg));
}


static void
ffile(const char *file, struct curparse *curp)
{

	curp->file = file;
	if (-1 == (curp->fd = open(curp->file, O_RDONLY, 0))) {
		perror(curp->file);
		with_fatal = 1;
		return;
	}

	fdesc(curp);

	if (-1 == close(curp->fd))
		perror(curp->file);
}


static int
resize_buf(struct buf *buf, size_t initial)
{
	void *tmp;
	size_t sz;

	if (buf->sz == 0)
		sz = initial;
	else
		sz = 2 * buf->sz;
	tmp = realloc(buf->buf, sz);
	if (NULL == tmp) {
		perror(NULL);
		return(0);
	}
	buf->buf = tmp;
	buf->sz = sz;
	return(1);
}


static int
read_whole_file(struct curparse *curp, struct buf *fb, int *with_mmap)
{
	struct stat	 st;
	size_t		 off;
	ssize_t		 ssz;

	if (-1 == fstat(curp->fd, &st)) {
		perror(curp->file);
		with_fatal = 1;
		return(0);
	}

	/*
	 * If we're a regular file, try just reading in the whole entry
	 * via mmap().  This is faster than reading it into blocks, and
	 * since each file is only a few bytes to begin with, I'm not
	 * concerned that this is going to tank any machines.
	 */

	if (S_ISREG(st.st_mode)) {
		if (st.st_size >= (1U << 31)) {
			fprintf(stderr, "%s: input too large\n", 
					curp->file);
			with_fatal = 1;
			return(0);
		}
		*with_mmap = 1;
		fb->sz = (size_t)st.st_size;
		fb->buf = mmap(NULL, fb->sz, PROT_READ, 
				MAP_FILE|MAP_SHARED, curp->fd, 0);
		if (fb->buf != MAP_FAILED)
			return(1);
	}

	/*
	 * If this isn't a regular file (like, say, stdin), then we must
	 * go the old way and just read things in bit by bit.
	 */

	*with_mmap = 0;
	off = 0;
	fb->sz = 0;
	fb->buf = NULL;
	for (;;) {
		if (off == fb->sz) {
			if (fb->sz == (1U << 31)) {
				fprintf(stderr, "%s: input too large\n", 
						curp->file);
				break;
			}
			if (! resize_buf(fb, 65536))
				break;
		}
		ssz = read(curp->fd, fb->buf + (int)off, fb->sz - off);
		if (ssz == 0) {
			fb->sz = off;
			return(1);
		}
		if (ssz == -1) {
			perror(curp->file);
			break;
		}
		off += (size_t)ssz;
	}

	free(fb->buf);
	fb->buf = NULL;
	with_fatal = 1;
	return(0);
}


static void
fdesc(struct curparse *curp)
{
	struct buf	 ln, blk;
	int		 i, pos, lnn, lnn_start, with_mmap, of;
	enum rofferr	 re;
	struct man	*man;
	struct mdoc	*mdoc;
	struct roff	*roff;

	man = NULL;
	mdoc = NULL;
	roff = NULL;

	memset(&ln, 0, sizeof(struct buf));

	/*
	 * Two buffers: ln and buf.  buf is the input file and may be
	 * memory mapped.  ln is a line buffer and grows on-demand.
	 */

	if ( ! read_whole_file(curp, &blk, &with_mmap))
		return;

	if (NULL == curp->roff) 
		curp->roff = roff_init(curp);
	if (NULL == (roff = curp->roff))
		goto bailout;

	for (i = 0, lnn = 1; i < (int)blk.sz;) {
		pos = 0;
		lnn_start = lnn;
		while (i < (int)blk.sz) {
			if ('\n' == blk.buf[i]) {
				++i;
				++lnn;
				break;
			}

			/* 
			 * Warn about bogus characters.  If you're using
			 * non-ASCII encoding, you're screwing your
			 * readers.  Since I'd rather this not happen,
			 * I'll be helpful and drop these characters so
			 * we don't display gibberish.  Note to manual
			 * writers: use special characters.
			 */

			if ( ! isgraph((u_char)blk.buf[i]) &&
					! isblank((u_char)blk.buf[i])) {
				if ( ! mmsg(MANDOCERR_BADCHAR, curp, 
						lnn_start, pos, 
						"ignoring byte"))
					goto bailout;
				i++;
				continue;
			}

			/* Trailing backslash is like a plain character. */
			if ('\\' != blk.buf[i] || i + 1 == (int)blk.sz) {
				if (pos >= (int)ln.sz)
					if (! resize_buf(&ln, 256))
						goto bailout;
				ln.buf[pos++] = blk.buf[i++];
				continue;
			}
			/* Found an escape and at least one other character. */
			if ('\n' == blk.buf[i + 1]) {
				/* Escaped newlines are skipped over */
				i += 2;
				++lnn;
				continue;
			}
			if ('"' == blk.buf[i + 1]) {
				i += 2;
				/* Comment, skip to end of line */
				for (; i < (int)blk.sz; ++i) {
					if ('\n' == blk.buf[i]) {
						++i;
						++lnn;
						break;
					}
				}
				/* Backout trailing whitespaces */
				for (; pos > 0; --pos) {
					if (ln.buf[pos - 1] != ' ')
						break;
					if (pos > 2 && ln.buf[pos - 2] == '\\')
						break;
				}
				break;
			}
			/* Some other escape sequence, copy and continue. */
			if (pos + 1 >= (int)ln.sz)
				if (! resize_buf(&ln, 256))
					goto bailout;

			ln.buf[pos++] = blk.buf[i++];
			ln.buf[pos++] = blk.buf[i++];
		}

 		if (pos >= (int)ln.sz)
			if (! resize_buf(&ln, 256))
				goto bailout;
		ln.buf[pos] = '\0';

		/*
		 * A significant amount of complexity is contained by
		 * the roff preprocessor.  It's line-oriented but can be
		 * expressed on one line, so we need at times to
		 * readjust our starting point and re-run it.  The roff
		 * preprocessor can also readjust the buffers with new
		 * data, so we pass them in wholesale.
		 */

		of = 0;
		do {
			re = roff_parseln(roff, lnn_start, 
					&ln.buf, &ln.sz, of, &of);
		} while (ROFF_RERUN == re);

		if (ROFF_IGN == re)
			continue;
		else if (ROFF_ERR == re)
			goto bailout;

		/*
		 * If input parsers have not been allocated, do so now.
		 * We keep these instanced betwen parsers, but set them
		 * locally per parse routine since we can use different
		 * parsers with each one.
		 */

		if ( ! (man || mdoc))
			if ( ! pset(ln.buf + of, pos - of, curp, &man, &mdoc))
				goto bailout;

		/* Lastly, push down into the parsers themselves. */

		if (man && ! man_parseln(man, lnn_start, ln.buf, of))
			goto bailout;
		if (mdoc && ! mdoc_parseln(mdoc, lnn_start, ln.buf, of))
			goto bailout;
	}

	/* NOTE a parser may not have been assigned, yet. */

	if ( ! (man || mdoc)) {
		fprintf(stderr, "%s: Not a manual\n", curp->file);
		goto bailout;
	}

	/* Clean up the parse routine ASTs. */

	if (mdoc && ! mdoc_endparse(mdoc))
		goto bailout;
	if (man && ! man_endparse(man))
		goto bailout;
	if (roff && ! roff_endparse(roff))
		goto bailout;

	/* If unset, allocate output dev now (if applicable). */

	if ( ! (curp->outman && curp->outmdoc)) {
		switch (curp->outtype) {
		case (OUTT_XHTML):
			curp->outdata = xhtml_alloc(curp->outopts);
			break;
		case (OUTT_HTML):
			curp->outdata = html_alloc(curp->outopts);
			break;
		case (OUTT_ASCII):
			curp->outdata = ascii_alloc(curp->outopts);
			curp->outfree = ascii_free;
			break;
		case (OUTT_PDF):
			curp->outdata = pdf_alloc(curp->outopts);
			curp->outfree = pspdf_free;
			break;
		case (OUTT_PS):
			curp->outdata = ps_alloc(curp->outopts);
			curp->outfree = pspdf_free;
			break;
		default:
			break;
		}

		switch (curp->outtype) {
		case (OUTT_HTML):
			/* FALLTHROUGH */
		case (OUTT_XHTML):
			curp->outman = html_man;
			curp->outmdoc = html_mdoc;
			curp->outfree = html_free;
			break;
		case (OUTT_TREE):
			curp->outman = tree_man;
			curp->outmdoc = tree_mdoc;
			break;
		case (OUTT_PDF):
			/* FALLTHROUGH */
		case (OUTT_ASCII):
			/* FALLTHROUGH */
		case (OUTT_PS):
			curp->outman = terminal_man;
			curp->outmdoc = terminal_mdoc;
			break;
		default:
			break;
		}
	}

	/* Execute the out device, if it exists. */

	if (man && curp->outman)
		(*curp->outman)(curp->outdata, man);
	if (mdoc && curp->outmdoc)
		(*curp->outmdoc)(curp->outdata, mdoc);

 cleanup:
	memset(&curp->regs, 0, sizeof(struct regset));
	if (mdoc)
		mdoc_reset(mdoc);
	if (man)
		man_reset(man);
	if (roff)
		roff_reset(roff);
	if (ln.buf)
		free(ln.buf);
	if (with_mmap)
		munmap(blk.buf, blk.sz);
	else
		free(blk.buf);

	return;

 bailout:
	with_fatal = 1;
	goto cleanup;
}


static int
pset(const char *buf, int pos, struct curparse *curp,
		struct man **man, struct mdoc **mdoc)
{
	int		 i;

	/*
	 * Try to intuit which kind of manual parser should be used.  If
	 * passed in by command-line (-man, -mdoc), then use that
	 * explicitly.  If passed as -mandoc, then try to guess from the
	 * line: either skip dot-lines, use -mdoc when finding `.Dt', or
	 * default to -man, which is more lenient.
	 */

	if ('.' == buf[0] || '\'' == buf[0]) {
		for (i = 1; buf[i]; i++)
			if (' ' != buf[i] && '\t' != buf[i])
				break;
		if (0 == buf[i])
			return(1);
	}

	switch (curp->inttype) {
	case (INTT_MDOC):
		if (NULL == curp->mdoc) 
			curp->mdoc = mdoc_init(curp);
		if (NULL == (*mdoc = curp->mdoc))
			return(0);
		return(1);
	case (INTT_MAN):
		if (NULL == curp->man) 
			curp->man = man_init(curp);
		if (NULL == (*man = curp->man))
			return(0);
		return(1);
	default:
		break;
	}

	if (pos >= 3 && 0 == memcmp(buf, ".Dd", 3))  {
		if (NULL == curp->mdoc) 
			curp->mdoc = mdoc_init(curp);
		if (NULL == (*mdoc = curp->mdoc))
			return(0);
		return(1);
	} 

	if (NULL == curp->man) 
		curp->man = man_init(curp);
	if (NULL == (*man = curp->man))
		return(0);
	return(1);
}


static int
moptions(enum intt *tflags, char *arg)
{

	if (0 == strcmp(arg, "doc"))
		*tflags = INTT_MDOC;
	else if (0 == strcmp(arg, "andoc"))
		*tflags = INTT_AUTO;
	else if (0 == strcmp(arg, "an"))
		*tflags = INTT_MAN;
	else {
		fprintf(stderr, "%s: Bad argument\n", arg);
		return(0);
	}

	return(1);
}


static int
toptions(struct curparse *curp, char *arg)
{

	if (0 == strcmp(arg, "ascii"))
		curp->outtype = OUTT_ASCII;
	else if (0 == strcmp(arg, "lint")) {
		curp->outtype = OUTT_LINT;
		curp->wflags |= WARN_WALL;
		curp->fflags |= FL_STRICT;
	}
	else if (0 == strcmp(arg, "tree"))
		curp->outtype = OUTT_TREE;
	else if (0 == strcmp(arg, "html"))
		curp->outtype = OUTT_HTML;
	else if (0 == strcmp(arg, "xhtml"))
		curp->outtype = OUTT_XHTML;
	else if (0 == strcmp(arg, "ps"))
		curp->outtype = OUTT_PS;
	else if (0 == strcmp(arg, "pdf"))
		curp->outtype = OUTT_PDF;
	else {
		fprintf(stderr, "%s: Bad argument\n", arg);
		return(0);
	}

	return(1);
}


static int
foptions(int *fflags, char *arg)
{
	char		*v, *o;
	const char	*toks[8];

	toks[0] = "ign-scope";
	toks[1] = "no-ign-escape";
	toks[2] = "no-ign-macro";
	toks[3] = "ign-errors";
	toks[4] = "strict";
	toks[5] = "ign-escape";
	toks[6] = NULL;

	while (*arg) {
		o = arg;
		switch (getsubopt(&arg, UNCONST(toks), &v)) {
		case (0):
			*fflags |= FL_IGN_SCOPE;
			break;
		case (1):
			*fflags |= FL_NIGN_ESCAPE;
			break;
		case (2):
			*fflags |= FL_NIGN_MACRO;
			break;
		case (3):
			*fflags |= FL_IGN_ERRORS;
			break;
		case (4):
			*fflags |= FL_STRICT;
			break;
		case (5):
			*fflags &= ~FL_NIGN_ESCAPE;
			break;
		default:
			fprintf(stderr, "%s: Bad argument\n", o);
			return(0);
		}
	}

	return(1);
}


static int
woptions(int *wflags, char *arg)
{
	char		*v, *o;
	const char	*toks[3]; 

	toks[0] = "all";
	toks[1] = "error";
	toks[2] = NULL;

	while (*arg) {
		o = arg;
		switch (getsubopt(&arg, UNCONST(toks), &v)) {
		case (0):
			*wflags |= WARN_WALL;
			break;
		case (1):
			*wflags |= WARN_WERR;
			break;
		default:
			fprintf(stderr, "%s: Bad argument\n", o);
			return(0);
		}
	}

	return(1);
}


static int
mmsg(enum mandocerr t, void *arg, int ln, int col, const char *msg)
{
	struct curparse *cp;
	const char *level;
	int rc;

	cp = (struct curparse *)arg;
	level = NULL;
	rc = 1;

	if (t >= MANDOCERR_FATAL) {
		with_fatal = 1;
		level = "FATAL";
		rc = 0;
	} else {
		if ( ! (WARN_WALL & cp->wflags))
			return(1);
		if (t >= MANDOCERR_ERROR) {
			with_error = 1;
			level = "ERROR";
		}
		if (WARN_WERR & cp->wflags) {
			with_fatal = 1;
			rc = 0;
		}
	}

	fprintf(stderr, "%s:%d:%d:", cp->file, ln, col + 1);
	if (level)
		fprintf(stderr, " %s:", level);
	fprintf(stderr, " %s", mandocerrs[t]);
	if (msg)
		fprintf(stderr, ": %s", msg);
	fputc('\n', stderr);

	return(rc);
}