-- Copyright 2018 Evan Laforge
-- This program is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public
-- License 3.0, see COPYING or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt

-- | A higher level wrapper around "Network.Socket", since "Network" is
-- deprecated.
module Util.Network where
import qualified Control.Exception as Exception
import qualified Foreign
import qualified Foreign.C as C
import qualified Network.Socket as Socket
import qualified Network.Socket.Internal as Socket.Internal
import qualified System.IO as IO


newtype Addr = Unix FilePath
    deriving (Eq, Show)

listen :: Addr -> IO Socket.Socket
listen (Unix fname) = do
    socket <- unixSocket
    -- Make sure subprocesses don't inherit this.  Otherwise a subprocess such
    -- as lilypond causes the REPL command to block until the subprocess
    -- completes.
    Socket.withFdSocket socket Socket.setCloseOnExecIfNeeded
    Socket.bind socket (Socket.SockAddrUnix fname)
    Socket.listen socket 1
    return socket

withConnection :: Addr -> (IO.Handle -> IO a) -> IO a
withConnection (Unix fname) action = do
    socket <- unixSocket
    -- Make sure to close the socket even if Socket.connect fails.  It will
    -- get closed twice if it doesn't, but Socket.close says it ignores errors.
    Exception.bracket_ (Socket.connect socket (Socket.SockAddrUnix fname))
        (Socket.close socket) $ Exception.bracket
            (Socket.socketToHandle socket IO.ReadWriteMode) IO.hClose action

unixSocket :: IO Socket.Socket
unixSocket = Socket.socket Socket.AF_UNIX Socket.Stream Socket.defaultProtocol


-- | getHostName from Network.BSD, which is deprecated.
getHostName :: IO String
getHostName = do
    let size = 256
    Foreign.allocaArray0 size $ \cstr -> do
        Socket.Internal.throwSocketErrorIfMinus1_ "Network.getHostName" $
            c_gethostname cstr (fromIntegral size)
        C.peekCString cstr

foreign import ccall unsafe "gethostname"
   c_gethostname :: C.CString -> C.CSize -> IO C.CInt