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env.h File Reference

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Data Structures

struct  process_environment_t
 

Macros

#define process_environment_free(env)   FREE_AND_NULL(process_environment_t, process_environment_free_, (env))
 

Typedefs

typedef struct process_environment_t process_environment_t
 

Functions

char ** get_environment (void)
 
int environment_variable_names_equal (const char *s1, const char *s2)
 
process_environment_tprocess_environment_make (struct smartlist_t *env_vars)
 
void process_environment_free_ (process_environment_t *env)
 
struct smartlist_tget_current_process_environment_variables (void)
 
void set_environment_variable_in_smartlist (struct smartlist_t *env_vars, const char *new_var, void(*free_old)(void *), int free_p)
 

Detailed Description

Header for env.c.

Definition in file env.h.

Function Documentation

◆ environment_variable_names_equal()

int environment_variable_names_equal ( const char *  s1,
const char *  s2 
)

Return non-zero iff getenv would consider s1 and s2 to have the same name as strings in a process's environment.

Definition at line 71 of file env.c.

References str_num_before(), and tor_memeq().

Referenced by set_environment_variable_in_smartlist().

◆ get_current_process_environment_variables()

struct smartlist_t* get_current_process_environment_variables ( void  )

Return a newly allocated smartlist containing every variable in this process's environment, as a NUL-terminated string of the form "NAME=VALUE". Note that on some/many/most/all OSes, the parent process can put strings not of that form in our environment; callers should try to not get crashed by that.

The returned strings are heap-allocated, and must be freed by the caller.

Definition at line 190 of file env.c.

References get_environment(), and smartlist_add_strdup().

Referenced by create_managed_proxy_environment().

◆ get_environment()

char** get_environment ( void  )

Return the current environment. This is a portable replacement for 'environ'.

Definition at line 43 of file env.c.

Referenced by get_current_process_environment_variables().

◆ process_environment_free_()

void process_environment_free_ ( process_environment_t env)

Free env (assuming it was produced by process_environment_make).

Definition at line 83 of file env.c.

References tor_free, process_environment_t::unixoid_environment_block, and process_environment_t::windows_environment_block.

◆ process_environment_make()

process_environment_t* process_environment_make ( struct smartlist_t env_vars)

Make a process_environment_t containing the environment variables specified in env_vars (as C strings of the form "NAME=VALUE").

Definition at line 102 of file env.c.

Referenced by process_get_environment().

◆ set_environment_variable_in_smartlist()

void set_environment_variable_in_smartlist ( struct smartlist_t env_vars,
const char *  new_var,
void(*)(void *)  free_old,
int  free_p 
)

For each string s in env_vars such that environment_variable_names_equal(s, new_var), remove it; if free_p is non-zero, call free_old(s). If new_var contains '=', insert it into env_vars.

Definition at line 207 of file env.c.

References environment_variable_names_equal(), SMARTLIST_DEL_CURRENT, and SMARTLIST_FOREACH_BEGIN.