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#ifndef HOST_H
#define HOST_H

#ifdef WINDOWS
# include <winsock.h>
# include <netdb.h>
# include <sys/socket.h>
# include <netinet/in.h>
#ifndef __BEOS__
# include <arpa/inet.h>

struct url;
struct address_list;

/* This struct defines an IP address, tagged with family type.  */

typedef struct {
  /* Address family, one of AF_INET or AF_INET6. */
  int family;

  /* The actual data, in the form of struct in_addr or in6_addr: */
  union {
    struct in_addr d4;		/* IPv4 address */
#ifdef ENABLE_IPV6
    struct in6_addr d6;		/* IPv6 address */
  } data;

  /* Under IPv6 getaddrinfo also returns scope_id.  Since it's
     IPv6-specific it strictly belongs in the above union, but we put
     it here for simplicity.  */
#if defined ENABLE_IPV6 && defined HAVE_SOCKADDR_IN6_SCOPE_ID
  int ipv6_scope;
} ip_address;

/* IP_INADDR_DATA macro returns a void pointer that can be interpreted
   as a pointer to struct in_addr in IPv4 context or a pointer to
   struct in6_addr in IPv4 context.  This pointer can be passed to
   functions that work on either, such as inet_ntop.  */
#define IP_INADDR_DATA(x) ((void *) &(x)->data)

enum {
  LH_SILENT  = 1,
  LH_BIND    = 2,
struct address_list *lookup_host (const char *, int);

void address_list_get_bounds (const struct address_list *, int *, int *);
const ip_address *address_list_address_at (const struct address_list *, int);
bool address_list_contains (const struct address_list *, const ip_address *);
void address_list_set_faulty (struct address_list *, int);
void address_list_set_connected (struct address_list *);
bool address_list_connected_p (const struct address_list *);
void address_list_release (struct address_list *);

const char *print_address (const ip_address *);
#ifdef ENABLE_IPV6
bool is_valid_ipv6_address (const char *, const char *);

bool accept_domain (struct url *);
bool sufmatch (const char **, const char *);

void host_cleanup (void);

#endif /* HOST_H */