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/* Parsing FTP `ls' output.
   Copyright (C) 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001
   Free Software Foundation, Inc. 

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#include <config.h>

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

#include "wget.h"
#include "utils.h"
#include "ftp.h"
#include "url.h"
#include "convert.h"		/* for html_quote_string prototype */

extern FILE *output_stream;

/* Converts symbolic permissions to number-style ones, e.g. string
   rwxr-xr-x to 755.  For now, it knows nothing of
   setuid/setgid/sticky.  ACLs are ignored.  */
static int
symperms (const char *s)
{
  int perms = 0, i;

  if (strlen (s) < 9)
    return 0;
  for (i = 0; i < 3; i++, s += 3)
    {
      perms <<= 3;
      perms += (((s[0] == 'r') << 2) + ((s[1] == 'w') << 1) +
		(s[2] == 'x' || s[2] == 's'));
    }
  return perms;
}


/* Cleans a line of text so that it can be consistently parsed. Destroys
   <CR> and <LF> in case that thay occur at the end of the line and
   replaces all <TAB> character with <SPACE>. Returns the length of the
   modified line. */
static int
clean_line(char *line)
{
  int len = strlen (line);
  if (!len) return 0; 
  if (line[len - 1] == '\n')
    line[--len] = '\0';
  if (line[len - 1] == '\r')
    line[--len] = '\0';
  for ( ; *line ; line++ ) if (*line == '\t') *line = ' '; 
  return len;
}

/* Convert the Un*x-ish style directory listing stored in FILE to a
   linked list of fileinfo (system-independent) entries.  The contents
   of FILE are considered to be produced by the standard Unix `ls -la'
   output (whatever that might be).  BSD (no group) and SYSV (with
   group) listings are handled.

   The time stamps are stored in a separate variable, time_t
   compatible (I hope).  The timezones are ignored.  */
static struct fileinfo *
ftp_parse_unix_ls (const char *file, int ignore_perms)
{
  FILE *fp;
  static const char *months[] = {
    "Jan", "Feb", "Mar", "Apr", "May", "Jun",
    "Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Dec"
  };
  int next, len, i, error, ignore;
  int year, month, day;		/* for time analysis */
  int hour, min, sec;
  struct tm timestruct, *tnow;
  time_t timenow;

  char *line, *tok, *ptok;	/* tokenizer */
  struct fileinfo *dir, *l, cur; /* list creation */

  fp = fopen (file, "rb");
  if (!fp)
    {
      logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, "%s: %s\n", file, strerror (errno));
      return NULL;
    }
  dir = l = NULL;

  /* Line loop to end of file: */
  while ((line = read_whole_line (fp)) != NULL)
    {
      len = clean_line (line);
      /* Skip if total...  */
      if (!strncasecmp (line, "total", 5))
	{
	  xfree (line);
	  continue;
	}
      /* Get the first token (permissions).  */
      tok = strtok (line, " ");
      if (!tok)
	{
	  xfree (line);
	  continue;
	}

      cur.name = NULL;
      cur.linkto = NULL;

      /* Decide whether we deal with a file or a directory.  */
      switch (*tok)
	{
	case '-':
	  cur.type = FT_PLAINFILE;
	  DEBUGP (("PLAINFILE; "));
	  break;
	case 'd':
	  cur.type = FT_DIRECTORY;
	  DEBUGP (("DIRECTORY; "));
	  break;
	case 'l':
	  cur.type = FT_SYMLINK;
	  DEBUGP (("SYMLINK; "));
	  break;
	default:
	  cur.type = FT_UNKNOWN;
	  DEBUGP (("UNKNOWN; "));
	  break;
	}

      if (ignore_perms)
	{
 	  switch (cur.type)
 	    {
 	    case FT_PLAINFILE:
 	      cur.perms = 0644;
 	      break;
 	    case FT_DIRECTORY:
 	      cur.perms = 0755;
 	      break;
 	    default:
 	      /*cur.perms = 1023;*/	/* #### What is this?  --hniksic */
	      cur.perms = 0644;
 	    }
 	  DEBUGP (("implicit perms %0o; ", cur.perms));
	}
       else
         {
	   cur.perms = symperms (tok + 1);
	   DEBUGP (("perms %0o; ", cur.perms));
	 }

      error = ignore = 0;       /* Erroneous and ignoring entries are
				   treated equally for now.  */
      year = hour = min = sec = 0; /* Silence the compiler.  */
      month = day = 0;
      next = -1;
      /* While there are tokens on the line, parse them.  Next is the
	 number of tokens left until the filename.

	 Use the month-name token as the "anchor" (the place where the
	 position wrt the file name is "known").  When a month name is
	 encountered, `next' is set to 5.  Also, the preceding
	 characters are parsed to get the file size.

	 This tactic is quite dubious when it comes to
	 internationalization issues (non-English month names), but it
	 works for now.  */
      ptok = line;
      while (ptok = tok,
	     (tok = strtok (NULL, " ")) != NULL)
	{
	  --next;
	  if (next < 0)		/* a month name was not encountered */
	    {
	      for (i = 0; i < 12; i++)
		if (!strcmp (tok, months[i]))
		  break;
	      /* If we got a month, it means the token before it is the
		 size, and the filename is three tokens away.  */
	      if (i != 12)
		{
		  wgint size;

		  /* Back up to the beginning of the previous token
		     and parse it with str_to_wgint.  */
		  char *t = ptok;
		  while (t > line && ISDIGIT (*t))
		    --t;
		  if (t == line)
		    {
		      /* Something has gone wrong during parsing. */
		      error = 1;
		      break;
		    }
		  errno = 0;
		  size = str_to_wgint (t, NULL, 10);
		  if (size == WGINT_MAX && errno == ERANGE)
		    /* Out of range -- ignore the size.  #### Should
		       we refuse to start the download.  */
		    cur.size = 0;
		  else
		    cur.size = size;

		  month = i;
		  next = 5;
		  DEBUGP (("month: %s; ", months[month]));
		}
	    }
	  else if (next == 4)	/* days */
	    {
	      if (tok[1])	/* two-digit... */
		day = 10 * (*tok - '0') + tok[1] - '0';
	      else		/* ...or one-digit */
		day = *tok - '0';
	      DEBUGP (("day: %d; ", day));
	    }
	  else if (next == 3)
	    {
	      /* This ought to be either the time, or the year.  Let's
		 be flexible!

		 If we have a number x, it's a year.  If we have x:y,
		 it's hours and minutes.  If we have x:y:z, z are
		 seconds.  */
	      year = 0;
	      min = hour = sec = 0;
	      /* We must deal with digits.  */
	      if (ISDIGIT (*tok))
		{
		  /* Suppose it's year.  */
		  for (; ISDIGIT (*tok); tok++)
		    year = (*tok - '0') + 10 * year;
		  if (*tok == ':')
		    {
		      /* This means these were hours!  */
		      hour = year;
		      year = 0;
		      ++tok;
		      /* Get the minutes...  */
		      for (; ISDIGIT (*tok); tok++)
			min = (*tok - '0') + 10 * min;
		      if (*tok == ':')
			{
			  /* ...and the seconds.  */
			  ++tok;
			  for (; ISDIGIT (*tok); tok++)
			    sec = (*tok - '0') + 10 * sec;
			}
		    }
		}
	      if (year)
		DEBUGP (("year: %d (no tm); ", year));
	      else
		DEBUGP (("time: %02d:%02d:%02d (no yr); ", hour, min, sec));
	    }
	  else if (next == 2)    /* The file name */
	    {
	      int fnlen;
	      char *p;

	      /* Since the file name may contain a SPC, it is possible
		 for strtok to handle it wrong.  */
	      fnlen = strlen (tok);
	      if (fnlen < len - (tok - line))
		{
		  /* So we have a SPC in the file name.  Restore the
		     original.  */
		  tok[fnlen] = ' ';
		  /* If the file is a symbolic link, it should have a
		     ` -> ' somewhere.  */
		  if (cur.type == FT_SYMLINK)
		    {
		      p = strstr (tok, " -> ");
		      if (!p)
			{
			  error = 1;
			  break;
			}
		      cur.linkto = xstrdup (p + 4);
		      DEBUGP (("link to: %s\n", cur.linkto));
		      /* And separate it from the file name.  */
		      *p = '\0';
		    }
		}
	      /* If we have the filename, add it to the list of files or
		 directories.  */
	      /* "." and ".." are an exception!  */
	      if (!strcmp (tok, ".") || !strcmp (tok, ".."))
		{
		  DEBUGP (("\nIgnoring `.' and `..'; "));
		  ignore = 1;
		  break;
		}
	      /* Some FTP sites choose to have ls -F as their default
		 LIST output, which marks the symlinks with a trailing
		 `@', directory names with a trailing `/' and
		 executables with a trailing `*'.  This is no problem
		 unless encountering a symbolic link ending with `@',
		 or an executable ending with `*' on a server without
		 default -F output.  I believe these cases are very
		 rare.  */
	      fnlen = strlen (tok); /* re-calculate `fnlen' */
	      cur.name = (char *)xmalloc (fnlen + 1);
	      memcpy (cur.name, tok, fnlen + 1);
	      if (fnlen)
		{
		  if (cur.type == FT_DIRECTORY && cur.name[fnlen - 1] == '/')
		    {
		      cur.name[fnlen - 1] = '\0';
		      DEBUGP (("trailing `/' on dir.\n"));
		    }
		  else if (cur.type == FT_SYMLINK && cur.name[fnlen - 1] == '@')
		    {
		      cur.name[fnlen - 1] = '\0';
		      DEBUGP (("trailing `@' on link.\n"));
		    }
		  else if (cur.type == FT_PLAINFILE
			   && (cur.perms & 0111)
			   && cur.name[fnlen - 1] == '*')
		    {
		      cur.name[fnlen - 1] = '\0';
		      DEBUGP (("trailing `*' on exec.\n"));
		    }
		} /* if (fnlen) */
	      else
		error = 1;
	      break;
	    }
	  else
	    abort ();
	} /* while */

      if (!cur.name || (cur.type == FT_SYMLINK && !cur.linkto))
	error = 1;

      DEBUGP (("\n"));

      if (error || ignore)
	{
	  DEBUGP (("Skipping.\n"));
	  xfree_null (cur.name);
	  xfree_null (cur.linkto);
	  xfree (line);
	  continue;
	}

      if (!dir)
	{
	  l = dir = xnew (struct fileinfo);
	  memcpy (l, &cur, sizeof (cur));
	  l->prev = l->next = NULL;
	}
      else
	{
	  cur.prev = l;
	  l->next = xnew (struct fileinfo);
	  l = l->next;
	  memcpy (l, &cur, sizeof (cur));
	  l->next = NULL;
	}
      /* Get the current time.  */
      timenow = time (NULL);
      tnow = localtime (&timenow);
      /* Build the time-stamp (the idea by zaga@fly.cc.fer.hr).  */
      timestruct.tm_sec   = sec;
      timestruct.tm_min   = min;
      timestruct.tm_hour  = hour;
      timestruct.tm_mday  = day;
      timestruct.tm_mon   = month;
      if (year == 0)
	{
	  /* Some listings will not specify the year if it is "obvious"
	     that the file was from the previous year.  E.g. if today
	     is 97-01-12, and you see a file of Dec 15th, its year is
	     1996, not 1997.  Thanks to Vladimir Volovich for
	     mentioning this!  */
	  if (month > tnow->tm_mon)
	    timestruct.tm_year = tnow->tm_year - 1;
	  else
	    timestruct.tm_year = tnow->tm_year;
	}
      else
	timestruct.tm_year = year;
      if (timestruct.tm_year >= 1900)
	timestruct.tm_year -= 1900;
      timestruct.tm_wday  = 0;
      timestruct.tm_yday  = 0;
      timestruct.tm_isdst = -1;
      l->tstamp = mktime (&timestruct); /* store the time-stamp */

      xfree (line);
    }

  fclose (fp);
  return dir;
}

static struct fileinfo *
ftp_parse_winnt_ls (const char *file)
{
  FILE *fp;
  int len;
  int year, month, day;         /* for time analysis */
  int hour, min;
  struct tm timestruct;

  char *line, *tok;             /* tokenizer */
  struct fileinfo *dir, *l, cur; /* list creation */

  fp = fopen (file, "rb");
  if (!fp)
    {
      logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, "%s: %s\n", file, strerror (errno));
      return NULL;
    }
  dir = l = NULL;

  /* Line loop to end of file: */
  while ((line = read_whole_line (fp)) != NULL)
    {
      len = clean_line (line);

      /* Extracting name is a bit of black magic and we have to do it
         before `strtok' inserted extra \0 characters in the line
         string. For the moment let us just suppose that the name starts at
         column 39 of the listing. This way we could also recognize
         filenames that begin with a series of space characters (but who
         really wants to use such filenames anyway?). */
      if (len < 40) continue;
      tok = line + 39;
      cur.name = xstrdup(tok);
      DEBUGP(("Name: '%s'\n", cur.name));

      /* First column: mm-dd-yy. Should atoi() on the month fail, january
	 will be assumed.  */
      tok = strtok(line, "-");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      month = atoi(tok) - 1;
      if (month < 0) month = 0;
      tok = strtok(NULL, "-");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      day = atoi(tok);
      tok = strtok(NULL, " ");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      year = atoi(tok);
      /* Assuming the epoch starting at 1.1.1970 */
      if (year <= 70) year += 100;

      /* Second column: hh:mm[AP]M, listing does not contain value for
         seconds */
      tok = strtok(NULL,  ":");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      hour = atoi(tok);
      tok = strtok(NULL,  "M");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      min = atoi(tok);
      /* Adjust hour from AM/PM. Just for the record, the sequence goes
         11:00AM, 12:00PM, 01:00PM ... 11:00PM, 12:00AM, 01:00AM . */
      tok+=2;
      if (hour == 12)  hour  = 0;
      if (*tok == 'P') hour += 12;

      DEBUGP(("YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM - %d/%02d/%02d %02d:%02d\n", 
              year+1900, month, day, hour, min));
      
      /* Build the time-stamp (copy & paste from above) */
      timestruct.tm_sec   = 0;
      timestruct.tm_min   = min;
      timestruct.tm_hour  = hour;
      timestruct.tm_mday  = day;
      timestruct.tm_mon   = month;
      timestruct.tm_year  = year;
      timestruct.tm_wday  = 0;
      timestruct.tm_yday  = 0;
      timestruct.tm_isdst = -1;
      cur.tstamp = mktime (&timestruct); /* store the time-stamp */

      DEBUGP(("Timestamp: %ld\n", cur.tstamp));

      /* Third column: Either file length, or <DIR>. We also set the
         permissions (guessed as 0644 for plain files and 0755 for
         directories as the listing does not give us a clue) and filetype
         here. */
      tok = strtok(NULL, " ");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      while ((tok != NULL) && (*tok == '\0'))  tok = strtok(NULL, " ");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      if (*tok == '<')
	{
	  cur.type  = FT_DIRECTORY;
	  cur.size  = 0;
	  cur.perms = 0755;
	  DEBUGP(("Directory\n"));
	}
      else
	{
	  wgint size;
	  cur.type  = FT_PLAINFILE;
	  errno = 0;
	  size = str_to_wgint (tok, NULL, 10);
	  if (size == WGINT_MAX && errno == ERANGE)
	    cur.size = 0;	/* overflow */
	  else
	    cur.size = size;
	  cur.perms = 0644;
	  DEBUGP(("File, size %s bytes\n", number_to_static_string (cur.size)));
	}

      cur.linkto = NULL;

      /* And put everything into the linked list */
      if (!dir)
	{
	  l = dir = xnew (struct fileinfo);
	  memcpy (l, &cur, sizeof (cur));
	  l->prev = l->next = NULL;
	}
      else
	{
	  cur.prev = l;
	  l->next = xnew (struct fileinfo);
	  l = l->next;
	  memcpy (l, &cur, sizeof (cur));
	  l->next = NULL;
	}

      xfree (line);
    }

  fclose(fp);
  return dir;
}

/* Converts VMS symbolic permissions to number-style ones, e.g. string
   RWED,RWE,RE to 755. "D" (delete) is taken to be equal to "W"
   (write). Inspired by a patch of Stoyan Lekov <lekov@eda.bg>. */
static int
vmsperms (const char *s)
{
  int perms = 0;

  do
    {
      switch (*s) {
        case ',': perms <<= 3; break;
        case 'R': perms  |= 4; break;
        case 'W': perms  |= 2; break;
        case 'D': perms  |= 2; break;
        case 'E': perms  |= 1; break;
        default:  DEBUGP(("wrong VMS permissons!\n")); 
      }
    }
  while (*++s);
  return perms;
}


static struct fileinfo *
ftp_parse_vms_ls (const char *file)
{
  FILE *fp;
  /* #### A third copy of more-or-less the same array ? */
  static const char *months[] = {
    "JAN", "FEB", "MAR", "APR", "MAY", "JUN",
    "JUL", "AUG", "SEP", "OCT", "NOV", "DEC"
  };
  int i;
  int year, month, day;          /* for time analysis */
  int hour, min, sec;
  struct tm timestruct;

  char *line, *tok;		 /* tokenizer */
  struct fileinfo *dir, *l, cur; /* list creation */

  fp = fopen (file, "rb");
  if (!fp)
    {
      logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, "%s: %s\n", file, strerror (errno));
      return NULL;
    }
  dir = l = NULL;

  /* Skip empty line. */
  line = read_whole_line (fp);
  xfree_null (line);

  /* Skip "Directory PUB$DEVICE[PUB]" */
  line = read_whole_line (fp);
  xfree_null (line);

  /* Skip empty line. */
  line = read_whole_line (fp);
  xfree_null (line);

  /* Line loop to end of file: */
  while ((line = read_whole_line (fp)) != NULL)
    {
      char *p;
      i = clean_line (line);
      if (!i)
	{
	  xfree (line);
	  break;
	}

      /* First column: Name. A bit of black magic again. The name my be
         either ABCD.EXT or ABCD.EXT;NUM and it might be on a separate
         line. Therefore we will first try to get the complete name
         until the first space character; if it fails, we assume that the name
         occupies the whole line. After that we search for the version
         separator ";", we remove it and check the extension of the file;
         extension .DIR denotes directory. */

      tok = strtok(line, " ");
      if (tok == NULL) tok = line;
      DEBUGP(("file name: '%s'\n", tok));
      for (p = tok ; *p && *p != ';' ; p++);
      if (*p == ';') *p = '\0';
      p   = tok + strlen(tok) - 4;
      if (!strcmp(p, ".DIR")) *p = '\0';
      cur.name = xstrdup(tok);
      DEBUGP(("Name: '%s'\n", cur.name));

      /* If the name ends on .DIR or .DIR;#, it's a directory. We also set
         the file size to zero as the listing does tell us only the size in
         filesystem blocks - for an integrity check (when mirroring, for
         example) we would need the size in bytes. */
      
      if (! *p)
        {
          cur.type  = FT_DIRECTORY;
          cur.size  = 0;
          DEBUGP(("Directory\n"));
        }
      else
        {
          cur.type  = FT_PLAINFILE;
          DEBUGP(("File\n"));
        }

      cur.size  = 0;

      /* Second column, if exists, or the first column of the next line
         contain file size in blocks. We will skip it. */

      tok = strtok(NULL, " ");
      if (tok == NULL) 
      {
        DEBUGP(("Getting additional line\n"));
        xfree (line);
        line = read_whole_line (fp);
        if (!line)
        {
          DEBUGP(("empty line read, leaving listing parser\n"));
          break;
        }
        i = clean_line (line);
        if (!i) 
        {
          DEBUGP(("confusing VMS listing item, leaving listing parser\n"));
	  xfree (line);
          break;
        }
        tok = strtok(line, " ");
      }
      DEBUGP(("second token: '%s'\n", tok));

      /* Third/Second column: Date DD-MMM-YYYY. */

      tok = strtok(NULL, "-");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      DEBUGP(("day: '%s'\n",tok));
      day = atoi(tok);
      tok = strtok(NULL, "-");
      if (!tok)
      {
        /* If the server produces garbage like
           'EA95_0PS.GZ;1      No privilege for attempted operation'
           the first strtok(NULL, "-") will return everything until the end
           of the line and only the next strtok() call will return NULL. */
        DEBUGP(("nonsense in VMS listing, skipping this line\n"));
	xfree (line);
        break;
      }
      for (i=0; i<12; i++) if (!strcmp(tok,months[i])) break;
      /* Uknown months are mapped to January */
      month = i % 12 ; 
      tok = strtok (NULL, " ");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      year = atoi (tok) - 1900;
      DEBUGP(("date parsed\n"));

      /* Fourth/Third column: Time hh:mm[:ss] */
      tok = strtok (NULL, " ");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      min = sec = 0;
      p = tok;
      hour = atoi (p);
      for (; *p && *p != ':'; ++p);
      if (*p)
	min = atoi (++p);
      for (; *p && *p != ':'; ++p);
      if (*p)
	sec = atoi (++p);

      DEBUGP(("YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS - %d/%02d/%02d %02d:%02d:%02d\n", 
              year+1900, month, day, hour, min, sec));
      
      /* Build the time-stamp (copy & paste from above) */
      timestruct.tm_sec   = sec;
      timestruct.tm_min   = min;
      timestruct.tm_hour  = hour;
      timestruct.tm_mday  = day;
      timestruct.tm_mon   = month;
      timestruct.tm_year  = year;
      timestruct.tm_wday  = 0;
      timestruct.tm_yday  = 0;
      timestruct.tm_isdst = -1;
      cur.tstamp = mktime (&timestruct); /* store the time-stamp */

      DEBUGP(("Timestamp: %ld\n", cur.tstamp));

      /* Skip the fifth column */

      tok = strtok(NULL, " ");
      if (tok == NULL) continue;

      /* Sixth column: Permissions */

      tok = strtok(NULL, ","); /* Skip the VMS-specific SYSTEM permissons */
      if (tok == NULL) continue;
      tok = strtok(NULL, ")");
      if (tok == NULL)
        {
          DEBUGP(("confusing VMS permissions, skipping line\n"));
	  xfree (line);
          continue;
        }
      /* Permissons have the format "RWED,RWED,RE" */
      cur.perms = vmsperms(tok);
      DEBUGP(("permissions: %s -> 0%o\n", tok, cur.perms));

      cur.linkto = NULL;

      /* And put everything into the linked list */
      if (!dir)
        {
          l = dir = (struct fileinfo *)xmalloc (sizeof (struct fileinfo));
          memcpy (l, &cur, sizeof (cur));
          l->prev = l->next = NULL;
        }
      else
        {
          cur.prev = l;
          l->next = (struct fileinfo *)xmalloc (sizeof (struct fileinfo));
          l = l->next;
          memcpy (l, &cur, sizeof (cur));
          l->next = NULL;
        }

      xfree (line);
    }

  fclose (fp);
  return dir;
}


/* This function switches between the correct parsing routine depending on
   the SYSTEM_TYPE. The system type should be based on the result of the
   "SYST" response of the FTP server. According to this repsonse we will
   use on of the three different listing parsers that cover the most of FTP
   servers used nowadays.  */

struct fileinfo *
ftp_parse_ls (const char *file, const enum stype system_type)
{
  switch (system_type)
    {
    case ST_UNIX:
      return ftp_parse_unix_ls (file, 0);
    case ST_WINNT:
      {
	/* Detect whether the listing is simulating the UNIX format */
	FILE *fp;
	int   c;
	fp = fopen (file, "rb");
	if (!fp)
	{
	  logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, "%s: %s\n", file, strerror (errno));
	  return NULL;
        }
	c = fgetc(fp);
	fclose(fp);
	/* If the first character of the file is '0'-'9', it's WINNT
	   format. */
	if (c >= '0' && c <='9')
	  return ftp_parse_winnt_ls (file);
        else
          return ftp_parse_unix_ls (file, 1);
      }
    case ST_VMS:
      return ftp_parse_vms_ls (file);
    case ST_MACOS:
      return ftp_parse_unix_ls (file, 1);
    default:
      logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, _("\
Unsupported listing type, trying Unix listing parser.\n"));
      return ftp_parse_unix_ls (file, 0);
    }
}

/* Stuff for creating FTP index. */

/* The function creates an HTML index containing references to given
   directories and files on the appropriate host.  The references are
   FTP.  */
uerr_t
ftp_index (const char *file, struct url *u, struct fileinfo *f)
{
  FILE *fp;
  char *upwd;
  char *htclfile;		/* HTML-clean file name */

  if (!output_stream)
    {
      fp = fopen (file, "wb");
      if (!fp)
	{
	  logprintf (LOG_NOTQUIET, "%s: %s\n", file, strerror (errno));
	  return FOPENERR;
	}
    }
  else
    fp = output_stream;
  if (u->user)
    {
      char *tmpu, *tmpp;        /* temporary, clean user and passwd */

      tmpu = url_escape (u->user);
      tmpp = u->passwd ? url_escape (u->passwd) : NULL;
      if (tmpp)
	upwd = concat_strings (tmpu, ":", tmpp, "@", (char *) 0);
      else
	upwd = concat_strings (tmpu, "@", (char *) 0);
      xfree (tmpu);
      xfree_null (tmpp);
    }
  else
    upwd = xstrdup ("");
  fprintf (fp, "<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC \"-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0//EN\">\n");
  fprintf (fp, "<html>\n<head>\n<title>");
  fprintf (fp, _("Index of /%s on %s:%d"), u->dir, u->host, u->port);
  fprintf (fp, "</title>\n</head>\n<body>\n<h1>");
  fprintf (fp, _("Index of /%s on %s:%d"), u->dir, u->host, u->port);
  fprintf (fp, "</h1>\n<hr>\n<pre>\n");
  while (f)
    {
      fprintf (fp, "  ");
      if (f->tstamp != -1)
	{
	  /* #### Should we translate the months?  Or, even better, use
	     ISO 8601 dates?  */
	  static const char *months[] = {
	    "Jan", "Feb", "Mar", "Apr", "May", "Jun",
	    "Jul", "Aug", "Sep", "Oct", "Nov", "Dec"
	  };
	  struct tm *ptm = localtime ((time_t *)&f->tstamp);

	  fprintf (fp, "%d %s %02d ", ptm->tm_year + 1900, months[ptm->tm_mon],
		  ptm->tm_mday);
	  if (ptm->tm_hour)
	    fprintf (fp, "%02d:%02d  ", ptm->tm_hour, ptm->tm_min);
	  else
	    fprintf (fp, "       ");
	}
      else
	fprintf (fp, _("time unknown       "));
      switch (f->type)
	{
	case FT_PLAINFILE:
	  fprintf (fp, _("File        "));
	  break;
	case FT_DIRECTORY:
	  fprintf (fp, _("Directory   "));
	  break;
	case FT_SYMLINK:
	  fprintf (fp, _("Link        "));
	  break;
	default:
	  fprintf (fp, _("Not sure    "));
	  break;
	}
      htclfile = html_quote_string (f->name);
      fprintf (fp, "<a href=\"ftp://%s%s:%d", upwd, u->host, u->port);
      if (*u->dir != '/')
	putc ('/', fp);
      fprintf (fp, "%s", u->dir);
      if (*u->dir)
	putc ('/', fp);
      fprintf (fp, "%s", htclfile);
      if (f->type == FT_DIRECTORY)
	putc ('/', fp);
      fprintf (fp, "\">%s", htclfile);
      if (f->type == FT_DIRECTORY)
	putc ('/', fp);
      fprintf (fp, "</a> ");
      if (f->type == FT_PLAINFILE)
	fprintf (fp, _(" (%s bytes)"), with_thousand_seps (f->size));
      else if (f->type == FT_SYMLINK)
	fprintf (fp, "-> %s", f->linkto ? f->linkto : "(nil)");
      putc ('\n', fp);
      xfree (htclfile);
      f = f->next;
    }
  fprintf (fp, "</pre>\n</body>\n</html>\n");
  xfree (upwd);
  if (!output_stream)
    fclose (fp);
  else
    fflush (fp);
  return FTPOK;
}