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#!/usr/bin/perl -wT
#
# EMULAB-COPYRIGHT
# Copyright (c) 2000-2007 University of Utah and the Flux Group.
# All rights reserved.
#
use English;
use strict;
use Getopt::Std;
use XML::Simple;
use Data::Dumper;

#
# Back-end script to create a new Mailman list.
#
sub usage()
{
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    print("Usage: newmmlist [-d] [-v] <xmlfile>\n");
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    exit(-1);
}
my $optlist = "dv";
my $debug   = 0;
my $verify  = 0;	# Check data and return status only. 

#
# Configure variables
#
my $TB		= "@prefix@";
my $TBOPS       = "@TBOPSEMAIL@";
my $TBAUDIT	= "@TBAUDITEMAIL@";

#
# Untaint the path
#
$ENV{'PATH'} = "$TB/bin:$TB/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin";
delete @ENV{'IFS', 'CDPATH', 'ENV', 'BASH_ENV'};

#
# Turn off line buffering on output
#
$| = 1;

#
# Load the Testbed support stuff.
#
use lib "@prefix@/lib";
use libdb;
use libtestbed;
use User;
use Project;
# There is no MmList package now.

# Protos
sub fatal($);
sub UserError(;$);
sub escapeshellarg($);

#
# Parse command arguments. Once we return from getopts, all that should be
# left are the required arguments.
#
my %options = ();
if (! getopts($optlist, \%options)) {
    usage();
}
if (defined($options{"d"})) {
    $debug = 1;
}
if (defined($options{"v"})) {
    $verify = 1;
}
if (@ARGV != 1) {
    usage();
}
my $xmlfile  = shift(@ARGV);

#
# Map invoking user to object. 
# If invoked as "nobody" we are coming from the web interface and the
# current user context is "implied" (see tbauth.php3).
#
my $this_user;

if (getpwuid($UID) ne "nobody") {
    $this_user = User->ThisUser();

    if (! defined($this_user)) {
	fatal("You ($UID) do not exist!");
    }
    # You don't need admin privileges to create a new Mailman list.

}
else {
    #
    # Check the filename when invoked from the web interface; must be a
    # file in /tmp.
    #
    if ($xmlfile =~ /^([-\w\.\/]+)$/) {
	$xmlfile = $1;
    }
    else {
	fatal("Bad data in pathname: $xmlfile");
    }

    # Use realpath to resolve any symlinks.
    my $translated = `realpath $xmlfile`;
    if ($translated =~ /^(\/tmp\/[-\w\.\/]+)$/) {
	$xmlfile = $1;
    }
    else {
	fatal("Bad data in translated pathname: $xmlfile");
    }

    # The web interface (and in the future the xmlrpc interface) sets this.
    $this_user = User->ImpliedUser();

    if (! defined($this_user)) {
	fatal("Cannot determine implied user!");
    }
}

#
# These are the fields that we allow to come in from the XMLfile.
#
my $SLOT_OPTIONAL	= 0x1;	# The field is not required.
my $SLOT_REQUIRED	= 0x2;  # The field is required and must be non-null.
my $SLOT_ADMINONLY	= 0x4;  # Only admins can set this field.
#
# XXX We should encode all of this in the DB so that we can generate the
# forms on the fly, as well as this checking code.
#
my %xmlfields =
    # XML Field Name        DB slot name         Flags             Default
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    ("project"		=> ["pid_idx",		$SLOT_REQUIRED],

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     "password1"	=> ["password1",	$SLOT_REQUIRED],
     "password2"	=> ["password2",	$SLOT_REQUIRED],
     "listname"		=> ["listname",		$SLOT_REQUIRED],
     "fullname"		=> ["fullname",		$SLOT_REQUIRED]);

#
# Must wrap the parser in eval since it exits on error.
#
my $xmlparse = eval { XMLin($xmlfile,
			    VarAttr => 'name',
			    ContentKey => '-content',
			    SuppressEmpty => undef); };
fatal($@)
    if ($@);

#
# Process and dump the errors (formatted for the web interface).
# We should probably XML format the errors instead but not sure I want
# to go there yet.
#
my %errors = ();

#
# Make sure all the required arguments were provided.
#
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my $key;
foreach $key (keys(%xmlfields)) {
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    my (undef, $required, undef) = @{$xmlfields{$key}};

    $errors{$key} = "Required value not provided"
	if ($required & $SLOT_REQUIRED  &&
	    ! exists($xmlparse->{'attribute'}->{"$key"}));
}
UserError()
    if (keys(%errors));

#
# We build up an array of arguments as we check
# the attributes.
#
my %newmmlist_args = ();

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#
# Wildcard keys have one or more *'s in them like simple glob patterns.
# This allows multiple key instances for categories of attributes, and
# putting a "type signature" in the key for arg checking, as well.
#
# Wildcards are made into regex's by anchoring the ends and changing each * to
# a "word" (group of alphahumeric.)  A tail * means "the rest", allowing
# multiple words separated by underscores or dashes.
#
my $wordpat = '[a-zA-Z0-9]+';
my $tailpat = '[-\w]+';
my %wildcards;
foreach $key (keys(%xmlfields)) {
    if (index($key, "*") >= 0) {
	my $regex = '^' . $key . '$';
	$regex =~ s/\*\$$/$tailpat/;
	$regex =~ s/\*/$wordpat/g;
	$wildcards{$key} = $regex;
    }
}
# Key ordering is lost in a hash.
# Put longer matching wildcard keys before their prefix.
my @wildkeys = reverse(sort(keys(%wildcards)));

foreach $key (keys(%{ $xmlparse->{'attribute'} })) {
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    my $value = $xmlparse->{'attribute'}->{"$key"}->{'value'};
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    if (!defined($value)) {	# Empty string comes from XML as an undef value.
	$xmlparse->{'attribute'}->{"$key"}->{'value'} = $value = "";
    }
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    print STDERR "User attribute: '$key' -> '$value'\n"
	if ($debug);

    my $field = $key;
    my $wild;
    if (!exists($xmlfields{$key})) {
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	# Not a regular key; look for a wildcard regex match.
        foreach my $wildkey (@wildkeys) {
	    my $regex = $wildcards{$wildkey};
	    if ($wild = $key =~ /$regex/) {
		$field = $wildkey;
		print STDERR "Wildcard: '$key' matches '$wildkey'\n"
		    if ($debug);
		last; # foreach $wildkey
	    }
	}
	if (!$wild) {
	    $errors{$key} = "Unknown attribute";
	    next; # foreach $key
	}
    }
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    my ($dbslot, $required, $default) = @{$xmlfields{$field}};
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    if ($required & $SLOT_REQUIRED) {
	# A slot that must be provided, so do not allow a null value.
	if (!defined($value)) {
	    $errors{$key} = "Must provide a non-null value";
	    next;
	}
    }
    if ($required & $SLOT_OPTIONAL) {
	# Optional slot. If value is null skip it. Might not be the correct
	# thing to do all the time?
	if (!defined($value)) {
	    next
		if (!defined($default));
	    $value = $default;
	}
    }
    if ($required & $SLOT_ADMINONLY) {
	# Admin implies optional, but thats probably not correct approach.
	$errors{$key} = "Administrators only"
	    if (! $this_user->IsAdmin());
    }
	
    # Now check that the value is legal.
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    if (! TBcheck_dbslot($value, "mailman_lists",
			 $dbslot, TBDB_CHECKDBSLOT_ERROR)) {
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	$errors{$key} = TBFieldErrorString();
	next;
    }

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    $newmmlist_args{$key} = $value;
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}
UserError()
    if (keys(%errors));

#
# Now do special checks.
#
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my $project = Project->Lookup($newmmlist_args{"project"});
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if (!defined($project)) {
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    UserError("Project: No such project ($project)");
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}
if (!$project->AccessCheck($this_user, TB_PROJECT_READINFO())) {
    UserError("Project: Not enough permission");
}
my $listname = $project->pid() . "-" . $newmmlist_args{"listname"};
my $safename = escapeshellarg($listname);
my $password = $newmmlist_args{"password1"};

#
# Need to lock the table for this. 
# 
DBQueryFatal("lock tables mailman_listnames write");

my $query_result =
    DBQueryFatal("select * from mailman_listnames ".
		 "where listname='$safename'");
if ($query_result->numrows) {
    DBQueryFatal("unlock tables");
    UserError("ListName: Name already in use; pick another");
}

exit(0)
    if ($verify);

#
# Now safe to create a new Mailman list.
#
my $uid	 = $this_user->uid();
my $dbid = $this_user->dbid();
DBQueryFatal("insert into mailman_listnames ".
	     " (listname, owner_uid, owner_idx, created) ".
	     "values ('$safename', '$uid', '$dbid', now())");
DBQueryFatal("unlock tables");

#
# Okay, call out to the backend to create the actual list. 
#
my $cmd = "addmmlist -u " . escapeshellarg($listname) . " $uid " .
    escapeshellarg($password);
##print $cmd . "\n";
my $cmd_out = `$cmd`;
my $retval = $?;

# Failed? Remove the DB entry.
if ($retval != 0) {
    DBQueryFatal("delete from mailman_listnames ".
		 "where listname='$safename'");
}

UserError("Error: " . $cmd_out)
    if ($retval);

# The web interface requires this line to be printed.
print "MMLIST $listname has been created\n";
exit(0);

sub fatal($)
{
    my ($mesg) = @_;

    print STDERR "*** $0:\n".
	         "    $mesg\n";
    # Exit with negative status so web interface treats it as system error.
    exit(-1);
}

sub UserError(;$)
{
    my ($mesg) = @_;

    if (keys(%errors)) {
	foreach my $key (keys(%errors)) {
	    my $val = $errors{$key};
	    print "${key}: $val\n";
	}
    }
    print "$mesg\n"
	if (defined($mesg));

    # Exit with positive status so web interface treats it as user error.
    exit(1);
}

sub escapeshellarg($)
{
    my ($str) = @_;

    $str =~ s/[^[:alnum:]]/\\$&/g;
    return $str;
}