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/* prefs.c
 * Routines for handling preferences
 *
 * $Id: prefs.c 25877 2008-07-30 18:25:59Z gerald $
 *
 * Wireshark - Network traffic analyzer
 * By Gerald Combs <gerald@wireshark.org>
 * Copyright 1998 Gerald Combs
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
 * as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
 * of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
 * GNU General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
 * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307, USA.
 */

#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
# include "config.h"
#endif

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <ctype.h>
#include <errno.h>

#ifdef HAVE_UNISTD_H
#include <unistd.h>
#endif

#include <glib.h>

#include <epan/filesystem.h>
#include <epan/address.h>
#include <epan/addr_resolv.h>
#include <epan/packet.h>
#include <epan/prefs.h>
#include <epan/proto.h>
#include "cfile.h"
#include <epan/column.h>
#include "print.h"
#include <wiretap/file_util.h>

#include <epan/prefs-int.h>
#include <epan/uat-int.h>

#ifdef NEED_G_ASCII_STRCASECMP_H
#include "g_ascii_strcasecmp.h"
#endif

/* Internal functions */
static module_t *find_subtree(module_t *parent, const char *tilte);
static module_t *prefs_register_module_or_subtree(module_t *parent,
    const char *name, const char *title, const char *description, gboolean is_subtree,
    void (*apply_cb)(void));
static struct preference *find_preference(module_t *, const char *);
static prefs_set_pref_e set_pref(gchar*, gchar*, void *);
static GList *get_string_list(gchar *);
static gchar *put_string_list(GList *);
static void   clear_string_list(GList *);
static void   free_col_info(e_prefs *);

#define PF_NAME         "preferences"
#define OLD_GPF_NAME    "wireshark.conf"  /* old name for global preferences file */

static gboolean prefs_initialized = FALSE;
static gchar *gpf_path = NULL;

/*
 * XXX - variables to allow us to attempt to interpret the first
 * "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.port" in a preferences file as
 * "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.gateway_port" and the second as
 * "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.callagent_port".
 */
static int mgcp_tcp_port_count;
static int mgcp_udp_port_count;

e_prefs prefs;

static const gchar      *gui_ptree_line_style_text[] =
      { "NONE", "SOLID", "DOTTED", "TABBED", NULL };

static const gchar      *gui_ptree_expander_style_text[] =
      { "NONE", "SQUARE", "TRIANGLE", "CIRCULAR", NULL };

static const gchar      *gui_hex_dump_highlight_style_text[] =
      { "BOLD", "INVERSE", NULL };

static const gchar      *gui_console_open_text[] =
      { "NEVER", "AUTOMATIC", "ALWAYS", NULL };

static const gchar      *gui_fileopen_style_text[] =
      { "LAST_OPENED", "SPECIFIED", NULL };

/* GTK knows of two ways representing "both", vertical and horizontal aligned.
 * as this may not work on other guis, we use only "both" in general here */
static const gchar      *gui_toolbar_style_text[] =
      { "ICONS", "TEXT", "BOTH", NULL };

static const gchar      *gui_layout_content_text[] =
      { "NONE", "PLIST", "PDETAILS", "PBYTES", NULL };

/*
 * List of all modules with preference settings.
 */
static emem_tree_t *prefs_modules = NULL;

/*
 * List of all modules that should show up at the top level of the
 * tree in the preference dialog box.
 */
static emem_tree_t *prefs_top_level_modules = NULL;

/** Sets up memory used by proto routines. Called at program startup */
void prefs_init(void)
{
  prefs_modules = pe_tree_create(EMEM_TREE_TYPE_RED_BLACK, "prefs_modules");
  prefs_top_level_modules = pe_tree_create(EMEM_TREE_TYPE_RED_BLACK, "prefs_top_level_modules");
}

/** Frees memory used by proto routines. Called at program shutdown */
void prefs_cleanup(void)
{
}

/*
 * Register a module that will have preferences.
 * Specify the module under which to register it or NULL to register it
 * at the top level, the name used for the module in the preferences file,
 * the title used in the tab for it in a preferences dialog box, and a
 * routine to call back when we apply the preferences.
 */
module_t *
prefs_register_module(module_t *parent, const char *name, const char *title,
    const char *description, void (*apply_cb)(void))
{
      return prefs_register_module_or_subtree(parent, name, title, description,
          FALSE, apply_cb);
}

/*
 * Register a subtree that will have modules under it.
 * Specify the module under which to register it or NULL to register it
 * at the top level and the title used in the tab for it in a preferences
 * dialog box.
 */
module_t *
prefs_register_subtree(module_t *parent, const char *title, const char *description)
{
      return prefs_register_module_or_subtree(parent, NULL, title, description, TRUE,
          NULL);
}

static module_t *
prefs_register_module_or_subtree(module_t *parent, const char *name,
    const char *title, const char *description, gboolean is_subtree, void (*apply_cb)(void))
{
      module_t *module;
      const char *p;
      guchar c;

      /* this module may have been created as a subtree item previously */
      if((module = find_subtree(parent, title))) {
        /* the module is currently a subtree */
        module->name = name;
        module->apply_cb = apply_cb;
        module->description = description;

        if (prefs_find_module(name) == NULL) {
            pe_tree_insert_string(prefs_modules, name, module, EMEM_TREE_STRING_NOCASE);
        }

        return module;
      }

      module = g_malloc(sizeof (module_t));
      module->name = name;
      module->title = title;
      module->description = description;
      module->apply_cb = apply_cb;
      module->prefs = NULL;   /* no preferences, to start */
      module->submodules = pe_tree_create(EMEM_TREE_TYPE_RED_BLACK, "prefs_submodules");
      module->numprefs = 0;
      module->prefs_changed = FALSE;
      module->obsolete = FALSE;

      /*
       * Do we have a module name?
       */
      if (name != NULL) {
            /*
             * Yes.
             * Make sure that only lower-case ASCII letters, numbers,
             * underscores, hyphens, and dots appear in the name.
             *
             * Crash if there is, as that's an error in the code;
             * you can make the title a nice string with capitalization,
             * white space, punctuation, etc., but the name can be used
             * on the command line, and shouldn't require quoting,
             * shifting, etc.
             */
            for (p = name; (c = *p) != '\0'; p++)
                  g_assert(isascii(c) &&
                      (islower(c) || isdigit(c) || c == '_' ||
                       c == '-' || c == '.'));

            /*
             * Make sure there's not already a module with that
             * name.  Crash if there is, as that's an error in the
             * code, and the code has to be fixed not to register
             * more than one module with the same name.
             *
             * We search the list of all modules; the subtree stuff
             * doesn't require preferences in subtrees to have names
             * that reflect the subtree they're in (that would require
             * protocol preferences to have a bogus "protocol.", or
             * something such as that, to be added to all their names).
             */
            g_assert(prefs_find_module(name) == NULL);

            /*
             * Insert this module in the list of all modules.
             */
            pe_tree_insert_string(prefs_modules, name, module, EMEM_TREE_STRING_NOCASE);
      } else {
            /*
             * This has no name, just a title; check to make sure it's a
             * subtree, and crash if it's not.
             */
            g_assert(is_subtree);
      }

      /*
       * Insert this module into the appropriate place in the display
       * tree.
       */
      if (parent == NULL) {
            /*
             * It goes at the top.
             */
            pe_tree_insert_string(prefs_top_level_modules, title, module, EMEM_TREE_STRING_NOCASE);
      } else {
            /*
             * It goes into the list for this module.
             */
            pe_tree_insert_string(parent->submodules, title, module, EMEM_TREE_STRING_NOCASE);
      }

      return module;
}

/*
 * Register that a protocol has preferences.
 */
module_t *protocols_module;

module_t *
prefs_register_protocol(int id, void (*apply_cb)(void))
{
      protocol_t *protocol;

      /*
       * Have we yet created the "Protocols" subtree?
       */
      if (protocols_module == NULL) {
            /*
             * No.  Do so.
             */
            protocols_module = prefs_register_subtree(NULL, "Protocols", NULL);
      }
      protocol = find_protocol_by_id(id);
      return prefs_register_module(protocols_module,
          proto_get_protocol_filter_name(id),
          proto_get_protocol_short_name(protocol),
          proto_get_protocol_name(id), apply_cb);
}


module_t *
prefs_register_protocol_subtree(const char *subtree, int id, void (*apply_cb)(void))
{
      protocol_t *protocol;
      module_t   *subtree_module;
      module_t   *new_module;
      char       *sep = NULL, *ptr = NULL;
      char       *csubtree = NULL;

      /*
       * Have we yet created the "Protocols" subtree?
       */
      if (protocols_module == NULL) {
            /*
             * No.  Do so.
             */
            protocols_module = prefs_register_subtree(NULL, "Protocols", NULL);
      }

      subtree_module = protocols_module;

      if(subtree) {
        /* take a copy of the buffer */
        ptr = csubtree = g_strdup(subtree);

        while(ptr && *ptr) {

          if((sep = strchr(ptr, '/')))
            *sep++ = '\0';

          if(!(new_module = find_subtree(subtree_module, ptr))) {
            /* create it */
            new_module = prefs_register_subtree(subtree_module, ptr, NULL);
          }

          subtree_module = new_module;
          ptr = sep;

        }

        /* g_free(csubtree); */

      }

      protocol = find_protocol_by_id(id);
      return prefs_register_module(subtree_module,
          proto_get_protocol_filter_name(id),
          proto_get_protocol_short_name(protocol),
          proto_get_protocol_name(id), apply_cb);
}


/*
 * Register that a protocol used to have preferences but no longer does,
 * by creating an "obsolete" module for it.
 */
module_t *
prefs_register_protocol_obsolete(int id)
{
      module_t *module;
      protocol_t *protocol;

      /*
       * Have we yet created the "Protocols" subtree?
       */
      if (protocols_module == NULL) {
            /*
             * No.  Do so.
             */
            protocols_module = prefs_register_subtree(NULL, "Protocols", NULL);
      }
      protocol = find_protocol_by_id(id);
      module = prefs_register_module(protocols_module,
          proto_get_protocol_filter_name(id),
          proto_get_protocol_short_name(protocol),
          proto_get_protocol_name(id), NULL);
      module->obsolete = TRUE;
      return module;
}

#if GLIB_MAJOR_VERSION < 2
static void *discard_const(const void *const_ptr)
{
      union {
            const void *const_ptr;
            void *ptr;
      } stupid_const;

      stupid_const.const_ptr = const_ptr;

      return stupid_const.ptr;
}
#endif

module_t *
prefs_find_module(const char *name)
{
      return pe_tree_lookup_string(prefs_modules, name, EMEM_TREE_STRING_NOCASE);
}

static module_t *
find_subtree(module_t *parent, const char *name)
{
      return pe_tree_lookup_string(parent ? parent->submodules : prefs_top_level_modules, name, EMEM_TREE_STRING_NOCASE);
}

/*
 * Call a callback function, with a specified argument, for each module
 * in a list of modules.  If the list is NULL, searches the top-level
 * list in the display tree of modules.  If any callback returns a
 * non-zero value, we stop and return that value, otherwise we
 * return 0.
 *
 * Ignores "obsolete" modules; their sole purpose is to allow old
 * preferences for dissectors that no longer have preferences to be
 * silently ignored in preference files.  Does not ignore subtrees,
 * as this can be used when walking the display tree of modules.
 */

typedef struct {
      module_cb callback;
      gpointer user_data;
      guint ret;
} call_foreach_t;

static gboolean
call_foreach_cb(void *value, void *data)
{
      module_t *module = (module_t*)value;
      call_foreach_t *call_data = (call_foreach_t*)data;

      if (!module->obsolete) {
            call_data->ret = (*call_data->callback)(module, call_data->user_data);
      }
      return (call_data->ret != 0);
}

static guint
prefs_module_list_foreach(emem_tree_t *module_list, module_cb callback,
    gpointer user_data)
{
      call_foreach_t call_data;

      if (module_list == NULL)
            module_list = prefs_top_level_modules;

      call_data.callback = callback;
      call_data.user_data = user_data;
      call_data.ret = 0;
      pe_tree_foreach(module_list, call_foreach_cb, &call_data);
      return call_data.ret;
}

/*
 * Returns TRUE if module has any submodules
 */
gboolean prefs_module_has_submodules(module_t *module)
{
      if (module->submodules == NULL) {
            return FALSE;
      }

      if (module->submodules->tree == NULL) {
            return FALSE;
      }

      return TRUE;
}

/*
 * Call a callback function, with a specified argument, for each module
 * in the list of all modules.  (This list does not include subtrees.)
 *
 * Ignores "obsolete" modules; their sole purpose is to allow old
 * preferences for dissectors that no longer have preferences to be
 * silently ignored in preference files.
 */
guint
prefs_modules_foreach(module_cb callback, gpointer user_data)
{
      return prefs_module_list_foreach(prefs_modules, callback, user_data);
}

/*
 * Call a callback function, with a specified argument, for each submodule
 * of specified modules.  If the module is NULL, goes through the top-level
 * list in the display tree of modules.
 *
 * Ignores "obsolete" modules; their sole purpose is to allow old
 * preferences for dissectors that no longer have preferences to be
 * silently ignored in preference files.  Does not ignore subtrees,
 * as this can be used when walking the display tree of modules.
 */
guint
prefs_modules_foreach_submodules(module_t *module, module_cb callback, gpointer user_data)
{
      return prefs_module_list_foreach((module)?module->submodules:prefs_top_level_modules, callback, user_data);
}

static gboolean
call_apply_cb(void *value, void *data _U_)
{
      module_t *module = value;

      if (module->obsolete)
            return FALSE;
      if (module->prefs_changed) {
            if (module->apply_cb != NULL)
                  (*module->apply_cb)();
            module->prefs_changed = FALSE;
      }
      return FALSE;
}

/*
 * Call the "apply" callback function for each module if any of its
 * preferences have changed, and then clear the flag saying its
 * preferences have changed, as the module has been notified of that
 * fact.
 */
void
prefs_apply_all(void)
{
      pe_tree_foreach(prefs_modules, call_apply_cb, NULL);
}

/*
 * Call the "apply" callback function for a specific module if any of
 * its preferences have changed, and then clear the flag saying its
 * preferences have changed, as the module has been notified of that
 * fact.
 */
void
prefs_apply(module_t *module)
{
      if (module && module->prefs_changed)
            call_apply_cb(module, NULL);
}

/*
 * Register a preference in a module's list of preferences.
 * If it has a title, give it an ordinal number; otherwise, it's a
 * preference that won't show up in the UI, so it shouldn't get an
 * ordinal number (the ordinal should be the ordinal in the set of
 * *visible* preferences).
 */
static pref_t *
register_preference(module_t *module, const char *name, const char *title,
    const char *description, pref_type_t type)
{
      pref_t *preference;
      const gchar *p;

      preference = g_malloc(sizeof (pref_t));
      preference->name = name;
      preference->title = title;
      preference->description = description;
      preference->type = type;
      if (title != NULL)
            preference->ordinal = module->numprefs;
      else
            preference->ordinal = -1;     /* no ordinal for you */

      /*
       * Make sure that only lower-case ASCII letters, numbers,
       * underscores, and dots appear in the preference name.
       *
       * Crash if there is, as that's an error in the code;
       * you can make the title and description nice strings
       * with capitalization, white space, punctuation, etc.,
       * but the name can be used on the command line,
       * and shouldn't require quoting, shifting, etc.
       */
      for (p = name; *p != '\0'; p++)
            g_assert(isascii((guchar)*p) &&
                (islower((guchar)*p) || isdigit((guchar)*p) || *p == '_' || *p == '.'));

      /*
       * Make sure there's not already a preference with that
       * name.  Crash if there is, as that's an error in the
       * code, and the code has to be fixed not to register
       * more than one preference with the same name.
       */
      g_assert(find_preference(module, name) == NULL);

      if (type != PREF_OBSOLETE) {
            /*
             * Make sure the preference name doesn't begin with the
             * module name, as that's redundant and Just Silly.
             */
            g_assert((strncmp(name, module->name, strlen(module->name)) != 0) ||
                  (((name[strlen(module->name)]) != '.') && ((name[strlen(module->name)]) != '_')));
      }

      /*
       * There isn't already one with that name, so add the
       * preference.
       */
      module->prefs = g_list_append(module->prefs, preference);
      if (title != NULL)
            module->numprefs++;

      return preference;
}

/*
 * Find a preference in a module's list of preferences, given the module
 * and the preference's name.
 */
static gint
preference_match(gconstpointer a, gconstpointer b)
{
      const pref_t *pref = a;
      const char *name = b;

      return strcmp(name, pref->name);
}

static struct preference *
find_preference(module_t *module, const char *name)
{
      GList *list_entry;

#if GLIB_MAJOR_VERSION < 2
      list_entry = g_list_find_custom(module->prefs, discard_const(name),
          preference_match);
#else
      list_entry = g_list_find_custom(module->prefs, name,
          preference_match);
#endif
      if (list_entry == NULL)
            return NULL;      /* no such preference */
      return (struct preference *) list_entry->data;
}

/*
 * Returns TRUE if the given protocol has registered preferences
 */
gboolean
prefs_is_registered_protocol(const char *name)
{
      module_t *m = prefs_find_module(name);

      return (m != NULL && !m->obsolete);
}

/*
 * Returns the module title of a registered protocol
 */
const char *
prefs_get_title_by_name(const char *name)
{
      module_t *m = prefs_find_module(name);

      return (m != NULL && !m->obsolete) ? m->title : NULL;
}

/*
 * Register a preference with an unsigned integral value.
 */
void
prefs_register_uint_preference(module_t *module, const char *name,
    const char *title, const char *description, guint base, guint *var)
{
      pref_t *preference;

      preference = register_preference(module, name, title, description,
          PREF_UINT);
      preference->varp.uint = var;
      g_assert(base > 0 && base != 1 && base < 37);
      preference->info.base = base;
}

/*
 * Register a preference with an Boolean value.
 */
void
prefs_register_bool_preference(module_t *module, const char *name,
    const char *title, const char *description, gboolean *var)
{
      pref_t *preference;

      preference = register_preference(module, name, title, description,
          PREF_BOOL);
      preference->varp.boolp = var;
}

/*
 * Register a preference with an enumerated value.
 */
void
prefs_register_enum_preference(module_t *module, const char *name,
    const char *title, const char *description, gint *var,
    const enum_val_t *enumvals, gboolean radio_buttons)
{
      pref_t *preference;

      preference = register_preference(module, name, title, description,
          PREF_ENUM);
      preference->varp.enump = var;
      preference->info.enum_info.enumvals = enumvals;
      preference->info.enum_info.radio_buttons = radio_buttons;
}

/*
 * Register a preference with a character-string value.
 */
void
prefs_register_string_preference(module_t *module, const char *name,
    const char *title, const char *description, const char **var)
{
      pref_t *preference;

      preference = register_preference(module, name, title, description,
          PREF_STRING);

      /*
       * String preference values should be non-null (as you can't
       * keep them null after using the preferences GUI, you can at best
       * have them be null strings) and freeable (as we free them
       * if we change them).
       *
       * If the value is a null pointer, make it a copy of a null
       * string, otherwise make it a copy of the value.
       */
      if (*var == NULL)
            *var = g_strdup("");
      else
            *var = g_strdup(*var);
      preference->varp.string = var;
      preference->saved_val.string = NULL;
}

/*
 * Register a preference with a ranged value.
 */
void
prefs_register_range_preference(module_t *module, const char *name,
    const char *title, const char *description, range_t **var,
    guint32 max_value)
{
      pref_t *preference;

      preference = register_preference(module, name, title, description,
                               PREF_RANGE);
      preference->info.max_value = max_value;


      /*
       * Range preference values should be non-null (as you can't
       * keep them null after using the preferences GUI, you can at best
       * have them be empty ranges) and freeable (as we free them
       * if we change them).
       *
       * If the value is a null pointer, make it an empty range.
       */
      if (*var == NULL)
            *var = range_empty();
      preference->varp.range = var;
      preference->saved_val.range = NULL;
}

/*
 * Register a static text 'preference'.  It can be used to add explanatory
 * text inline with other preferences in the GUI.
 * Note: Static preferences are not saved to the preferences file.
 */
void prefs_register_static_text_preference(module_t *module, const char *name,
    const char *title, const char *description)
{
      register_preference(module, name, title, description, PREF_STATIC_TEXT);
}

/*
 * Register a uat 'preference'. It adds a button that opens the uat's window in the
 * preferences tab of the module.
 */
extern void prefs_register_uat_preference(module_t *module,
                                                              const char *name,
                                                              const char *title,
                                                              const char *description,
                                                              void* uat) {

      pref_t* preference = register_preference(module, name, title, description, PREF_UAT);

      preference->varp.uat = uat;

}



/*
 * Register a preference that used to be supported but no longer is.
 */
void
prefs_register_obsolete_preference(module_t *module, const char *name)
{
      register_preference(module, name, NULL, NULL, PREF_OBSOLETE);
}

/*
 * Call a callback function, with a specified argument, for each preference
 * in a given module.
 *
 * If any of the callbacks return a non-zero value, stop and return that
 * value, otherwise return 0.
 */
guint
prefs_pref_foreach(module_t *module, pref_cb callback, gpointer user_data)
{
      GList *elem;
      pref_t *pref;
      guint ret;

      for (elem = g_list_first(module->prefs); elem != NULL;
          elem = g_list_next(elem)) {
            pref = elem->data;
            if (pref->type == PREF_OBSOLETE) {
                  /*
                   * This preference is no longer supported; it's
                   * not a real preference, so we don't call the
                   * callback for it (i.e., we treat it as if it
                   * weren't found in the list of preferences,
                   * and we weren't called in the first place).
                   */
                  continue;
            }

            ret = (*callback)(pref, user_data);
            if (ret != 0)
                  return ret;
      }
      return 0;
}

/*
 * Register all non-dissector modules' preferences.
 */
void
prefs_register_modules(void)
{
}

/* Parse through a list of comma-separated, possibly quoted strings.
   Return a list of the string data. */
static GList *
get_string_list(gchar *str)
{
  enum { PRE_STRING, IN_QUOT, NOT_IN_QUOT };

  gint      state = PRE_STRING, i = 0, j = 0;
  gboolean  backslash = FALSE;
  guchar    cur_c;
  gchar    *slstr = NULL;
  GList    *sl = NULL;

  /* Allocate a buffer for the first string.   */
  slstr = (gchar *) g_malloc(sizeof(gchar) * COL_MAX_LEN);
  j = 0;

  for (;;) {
    cur_c = str[i];
    if (cur_c == '\0') {
      /* It's the end of the input, so it's the end of the string we
         were working on, and there's no more input. */
      if (state == IN_QUOT || backslash) {
        /* We were in the middle of a quoted string or backslash escape,
           and ran out of characters; that's an error.  */
        g_free(slstr);
        clear_string_list(sl);
        return NULL;
      }
      slstr[j] = '\0';
      sl = g_list_append(sl, slstr);
      break;
    }
    if (cur_c == '"' && ! backslash) {
      switch (state) {
        case PRE_STRING:
          /* We hadn't yet started processing a string; this starts the
             string, and we're now quoting.  */
          state = IN_QUOT;
          break;
        case IN_QUOT:
          /* We're in the middle of a quoted string, and we saw a quotation
             mark; we're no longer quoting.   */
          state = NOT_IN_QUOT;
          break;
        case NOT_IN_QUOT:
          /* We're working on a string, but haven't seen a quote; we're
             now quoting.  */
          state = IN_QUOT;
          break;
        default:
          break;
      }
    } else if (cur_c == '\\' && ! backslash) {
      /* We saw a backslash, and the previous character wasn't a
         backslash; escape the next character.

         This also means we've started a new string. */
      backslash = TRUE;
      if (state == PRE_STRING)
        state = NOT_IN_QUOT;
    } else if (cur_c == ',' && state != IN_QUOT && ! backslash) {
      /* We saw a comma, and we're not in the middle of a quoted string
         and it wasn't preceded by a backslash; it's the end of
         the string we were working on...  */
      slstr[j] = '\0';
      sl = g_list_append(sl, slstr);

      /* ...and the beginning of a new string.  */
      state = PRE_STRING;
      slstr = (gchar *) g_malloc(sizeof(gchar) * COL_MAX_LEN);
      j = 0;
    } else if (!isspace(cur_c) || state != PRE_STRING) {
      /* Either this isn't a white-space character, or we've started a
         string (i.e., already seen a non-white-space character for that
         string and put it into the string).

         The character is to be put into the string; do so if there's
         room.  */
      if (j < COL_MAX_LEN) {
        slstr[j] = cur_c;
        j++;
      }

      /* If it was backslash-escaped, we're done with the backslash escape.  */
      backslash = FALSE;
    }
    i++;
  }
  return(sl);
}

#define MAX_FMT_PREF_LEN      1024
#define MAX_FMT_PREF_LINE_LEN   60
static gchar *
put_string_list(GList *sl)
{
  static gchar  pref_str[MAX_FMT_PREF_LEN] = "";
  GList        *clp = g_list_first(sl);
  gchar        *str;
  int           cur_pos = 0, cur_len = 0;
  gchar        *quoted_str;
  int           str_len;
  gchar        *strp, *quoted_strp, c;
  int           fmt_len;

  while (clp) {
    str = clp->data;

    /* Allocate a buffer big enough to hold the entire string, with each
       character quoted (that's the worst case).  */
    str_len = strlen(str);
    quoted_str = g_malloc(str_len*2 + 1);

    /* Now quote any " or \ characters in it. */
    strp = str;
    quoted_strp = quoted_str;
    while ((c = *strp++) != '\0') {
      if (c == '"' || c == '\\') {
        /* It has to be backslash-quoted.  */
        *quoted_strp++ = '\\';
      }
      *quoted_strp++ = c;
    }
    *quoted_strp = '\0';

    fmt_len = strlen(quoted_str) + 4;
    if ((fmt_len + cur_len) < (MAX_FMT_PREF_LEN - 1)) {
      if ((fmt_len + cur_pos) > MAX_FMT_PREF_LINE_LEN) {
        /* Wrap the line.  */
        cur_len--;
        cur_pos = 0;
        pref_str[cur_len] = '\n'; cur_len++;
        pref_str[cur_len] = '\t'; cur_len++;
      }
      g_snprintf(&pref_str[cur_len], MAX_FMT_PREF_LEN - cur_len, "\"%s\", ", quoted_str);
      cur_pos += fmt_len;
      cur_len += fmt_len;
    }
    g_free(quoted_str);
    clp = clp->next;
  }

  /* If the string is at least two characters long, the last two characters
     are ", ", and should be discarded, as there are no more items in the
     string.  */
  if (cur_len >= 2)
    pref_str[cur_len - 2] = '\0';

  return(pref_str);
}

static void
clear_string_list(GList *sl)
{
  GList *l = sl;

  while (l) {
    g_free(l->data);
    l = g_list_remove_link(l, l);
  }
}

/*
 * Takes a string, a pointer to an array of "enum_val_t"s, and a default gint
 * value.
 * The array must be terminated by an entry with a null "name" string.
 *
 * If the string matches a "name" string in an entry, the value from that
 * entry is returned.
 *
 * Otherwise, if a string matches a "desctiption" string in an entry, the
 * value from that entry is returned; we do that for backwards compatibility,
 * as we used to have only a "name" string that was used both for command-line
 * and configuration-file values and in the GUI (which meant either that
 * the GUI had what might be somewhat cryptic values to select from or that
 * the "-o" flag took long strings, often with spaces in them).
 *
 * Otherwise, the default value that was passed as the third argument is
 * returned.
 */
gint
find_val_for_string(const char *needle, const enum_val_t *haystack,
    gint default_value)
{
      int i;

      for (i = 0; haystack[i].name != NULL; i++) {
            if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(needle, haystack[i].name) == 0) {
                  return haystack[i].value;
            }
      }
      for (i = 0; haystack[i].name != NULL; i++) {
            if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(needle, haystack[i].description) == 0) {
                  return haystack[i].value;
            }
      }
      return default_value;
}

/* Takes an string and a pointer to an array of strings, and a default int value.
 * The array must be terminated by a NULL string. If the string is found in the array
 * of strings, the index of that string in the array is returned. Otherwise, the
 * default value that was passed as the third argument is returned.
 */
static int
find_index_from_string_array(char *needle, const char **haystack, int default_value)
{
      int i = 0;

      while (haystack[i] != NULL) {
            if (strcmp(needle, haystack[i]) == 0) {
                  return i;
            }
            i++;
      }
      return default_value;
}

/* Preferences file format:
 * - Configuration directives start at the beginning of the line, and
 *   are terminated with a colon.
 * - Directives can be continued on the next line by preceding them with
 *   whitespace.
 *
 * Example:

# This is a comment line
print.command: lpr
print.file: /a/very/long/path/
      to/wireshark-out.ps
 *
 */

#define DEF_NUM_COLS    6

/* Initialize preferences to wired-in default values.
 * They may be overridden by the global preferences file or the
 *  user's preferences file.
 */
static void
init_prefs(void) {
  int         i;
  fmt_data    *cfmt;
  const gchar *col_fmt[] = {"No.",      "%m", "Time",        "%t",
                           "Source",   "%s", "Destination", "%d",
                           "Protocol", "%p", "Info",        "%i"};

  if (prefs_initialized)
    return;

  uat_load_all();

  prefs.pr_format  = PR_FMT_TEXT;
  prefs.pr_dest    = PR_DEST_CMD;
  prefs.pr_file    = g_strdup("wireshark.out");
  prefs.pr_cmd     = g_strdup("lpr");
  prefs.col_list = NULL;
  for (i = 0; i < DEF_NUM_COLS; i++) {
    cfmt = (fmt_data *) g_malloc(sizeof(fmt_data));
    cfmt->title = g_strdup(col_fmt[i * 2]);
    cfmt->fmt   = g_strdup(col_fmt[(i * 2) + 1]);
    cfmt->custom_field = NULL;
    prefs.col_list = g_list_append(prefs.col_list, cfmt);
  }
  prefs.num_cols  = DEF_NUM_COLS;
  prefs.st_client_fg.pixel =     0;
  prefs.st_client_fg.red   = 32767;
  prefs.st_client_fg.green =     0;
  prefs.st_client_fg.blue  =     0;
  prefs.st_client_bg.pixel =     0;
  prefs.st_client_bg.red   = 64507;
  prefs.st_client_bg.green = 60909;
  prefs.st_client_bg.blue  = 60909;
  prefs.st_server_fg.pixel =     0;
  prefs.st_server_fg.red   =     0;
  prefs.st_server_fg.green =     0;
  prefs.st_server_fg.blue  = 32767;
  prefs.st_server_bg.pixel =     0;
  prefs.st_server_bg.red   = 60909;
  prefs.st_server_bg.green = 60909;
  prefs.st_server_bg.blue  = 64507;
  prefs.gui_scrollbar_on_right = TRUE;
  prefs.gui_plist_sel_browse = FALSE;
  prefs.gui_ptree_sel_browse = FALSE;
  prefs.gui_altern_colors = FALSE;
  prefs.gui_ptree_line_style = 0;
  prefs.gui_ptree_expander_style = 1;
  prefs.gui_hex_dump_highlight_style = 1;
  prefs.filter_toolbar_show_in_statusbar = FALSE;
  prefs.gui_toolbar_main_style = TB_STYLE_ICONS;
#ifdef _WIN32
  /* XXX - not sure, if it must be "Lucida Console" or "lucida console"
   * for gui_font_name1. Maybe it's dependant on the windows version running?!
   * verified on XP: "Lucida Console"
   * unknown for other windows versions.
   *
   * Problem: if we have no preferences file, and the default font name is unknown,
   * we cannot save Preferences as an error dialog pops up "You have not selected a font".
   */
  prefs.gui_font_name1 = g_strdup("-*-Lucida Console-medium-r-*-*-*-100-*-*-*-*-*-*");
  prefs.gui_font_name2 = g_strdup("Lucida Console 10");
#else
  /*
   * XXX - for now, we make the initial font name a pattern that matches
   * only ISO 8859/1 fonts, so that we don't match 2-byte fonts such
   * as ISO 10646 fonts.
   *
   * Users in locales using other one-byte fonts will have to choose
   * a different font from the preferences dialog - or put the font
   * selection in the global preferences file to make that font the
   * default for all users who don't explicitly specify a different
   * font.
   *
   * Making this a font set rather than a font has two problems:
   *
   *  1) as far as I know, you can't select font sets with the
   *     font selection dialog;
   *
   *  2) if you use a font set, the text to be drawn must be a
   *     multi-byte string in the appropriate locale, but
   *     Wireshark does *NOT* guarantee that's the case - in
   *     the hex-dump window, each character in the text portion
   *     of the display must be a *single* byte, and in the
   *     packet-list and protocol-tree windows, text extracted
   *     from the packet is not necessarily in the right format.
   *
   * "Doing this right" may, for the packet-list and protocol-tree
   * windows, require that dissectors know what the locale is
   * *AND* know what locale and text representation is used in
   * the packets they're dissecting, and may be impossible in
   * the hex-dump window (except by punting and displaying only
   * ASCII characters).
   *
   * GTK+ 2.0 may simplify part of the problem, as it will, as I
   * understand it, use UTF-8-encoded Unicode as its internal
   * character set; however, we'd still have to know whatever
   * character set and encoding is used in the packet (which
   * may differ for different protocols, e.g. SMB might use
   * PC code pages for some strings and Unicode for others, whilst
   * NFS might use some UNIX character set encoding, e.g. ISO 8859/x,
   * or one of the EUC character sets for Asian languages, or one
   * of the other multi-byte character sets, or UTF-8, or...).
   *
   * I.e., as far as I can tell, "internationalizing" the packet-list,
   * protocol-tree, and hex-dump windows involves a lot more than, say,
   * just using font sets rather than fonts.
   */
  prefs.gui_font_name1 = g_strdup("-misc-fixed-medium-r-semicondensed-*-*-100-*-*-*-*-iso8859-1");
  /* XXX- is this the correct default font name for GTK2 none win32? */
  prefs.gui_font_name2 = g_strdup("Monospace 10");
#endif
  prefs.gui_marked_fg.pixel        =     65535;
  prefs.gui_marked_fg.red          =     65535;
  prefs.gui_marked_fg.green        =     65535;
  prefs.gui_marked_fg.blue         =     65535;
  prefs.gui_marked_bg.pixel        =         0;
  prefs.gui_marked_bg.red          =         0;
  prefs.gui_marked_bg.green        =         0;
  prefs.gui_marked_bg.blue         =         0;
  prefs.gui_colorized_fg           = g_strdup("000000,000000,000000,000000,000000,000000,000000,000000,000000,000000");
  prefs.gui_colorized_bg           = g_strdup("ffc0c0,ffc0ff,e0c0e0,c0c0ff,c0e0e0,c0ffff,c0ffc0,ffffc0,e0e0c0,e0e0e0");
  prefs.gui_geometry_save_position =         0;
  prefs.gui_geometry_save_size     =         1;
  prefs.gui_geometry_save_maximized=         1;
  prefs.gui_console_open           = console_open_never;
  prefs.gui_fileopen_style         = FO_STYLE_LAST_OPENED;
  prefs.gui_recent_files_count_max = 10;
  prefs.gui_fileopen_dir           = g_strdup(get_persdatafile_dir());
  prefs.gui_fileopen_preview       = 3;
  prefs.gui_ask_unsaved            = TRUE;
  prefs.gui_find_wrap              = TRUE;
  prefs.gui_use_pref_save          = FALSE;
  prefs.gui_webbrowser             = g_strdup(HTML_VIEWER " %s");
  prefs.gui_window_title           = g_strdup("");
  prefs.gui_layout_type            = layout_type_5;
  prefs.gui_layout_content_1       = layout_pane_content_plist;
  prefs.gui_layout_content_2       = layout_pane_content_pdetails;
  prefs.gui_layout_content_3       = layout_pane_content_pbytes;
  prefs.console_log_level          =
      G_LOG_LEVEL_WARNING | G_LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL | G_LOG_LEVEL_ERROR;

/* set the default values for the capture dialog box */
  prefs.capture_device           = NULL;
  prefs.capture_devices_descr    = NULL;
  prefs.capture_devices_hide     = NULL;
  prefs.capture_prom_mode        = TRUE;
  prefs.capture_real_time        = TRUE;
  prefs.capture_auto_scroll      = TRUE;
  prefs.capture_show_info        = FALSE;

/* set the default values for the name resolution dialog box */
  prefs.name_resolve             = RESOLV_ALL ^ RESOLV_NETWORK;
  prefs.name_resolve_concurrency = 500;

/* set the default values for the rtp player dialog box */
  prefs.rtp_player_max_visible = RTP_PLAYER_DEFAULT_VISIBLE;

  prefs_initialized = TRUE;
}

/* Reset preferences */
void
prefs_reset(void)
{
  prefs_initialized = FALSE;
  if (prefs.pr_file)
    g_free(prefs.pr_file);
  if (prefs.pr_cmd)
    g_free(prefs.pr_cmd);
  free_col_info(&prefs);
  if (prefs.gui_font_name1)
    g_free(prefs.gui_font_name1);
  if (prefs.gui_font_name2)
    g_free(prefs.gui_font_name2);
  if (prefs.gui_colorized_fg)
    g_free(prefs.gui_colorized_fg);
  if (prefs.gui_colorized_bg)
    g_free(prefs.gui_colorized_bg);
  if (prefs.gui_fileopen_dir)
    g_free(prefs.gui_fileopen_dir);
  if (prefs.gui_webbrowser)
    g_free(prefs.gui_webbrowser);
  if (prefs.gui_window_title)
    g_free(prefs.gui_window_title);
  if (prefs.capture_device)
    g_free(prefs.capture_device);
  if (prefs.capture_devices_descr)
    g_free(prefs.capture_devices_descr);
  if (prefs.capture_devices_hide)
    g_free(prefs.capture_devices_hide);

  uat_unload_all();
  init_prefs();
}

/* Read the preferences file, fill in "prefs", and return a pointer to it.

   If we got an error (other than "it doesn't exist") trying to read
   the global preferences file, stuff the errno into "*gpf_errno_return"
   and a pointer to the path of the file into "*gpf_path_return", and
   return NULL.

   If we got an error (other than "it doesn't exist") trying to read
   the user's preferences file, stuff the errno into "*pf_errno_return"
   and a pointer to the path of the file into "*pf_path_return", and
   return NULL. */
e_prefs *
read_prefs(int *gpf_errno_return, int *gpf_read_errno_return,
         char **gpf_path_return, int *pf_errno_return,
         int *pf_read_errno_return, char **pf_path_return)
{
  int         err;
  char        *pf_path;
  FILE        *pf;

  init_prefs();

  /*
   * If we don't already have the pathname of the global preferences
   * file, construct it.  Then, in either case, try to open the file.
   */
  if (gpf_path == NULL) {
    /*
     * We don't have the path; try the new path first, and, if that
     * file doesn't exist, try the old path.
     */
    gpf_path = get_datafile_path(PF_NAME);
    if ((pf = eth_fopen(gpf_path, "r")) == NULL && errno == ENOENT) {
      /*
       * It doesn't exist by the new name; try the old name.
       */
      g_free(gpf_path);
      gpf_path = get_datafile_path(OLD_GPF_NAME);
      pf = eth_fopen(gpf_path, "r");
    }
  } else {
    /*
     * We have the path; try it.
     */
    pf = eth_fopen(gpf_path, "r");
  }

  /*
   * If we were able to open the file, read it.
   * XXX - if it failed for a reason other than "it doesn't exist",
   * report the error.
   */
  *gpf_path_return = NULL;
  if (pf != NULL) {
    /*
     * Start out the counters of "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.port" entries we've
     * seen.
     */
    mgcp_tcp_port_count = 0;
    mgcp_udp_port_count = 0;

    /* We succeeded in opening it; read it. */
    err = read_prefs_file(gpf_path, pf, set_pref, NULL);
    if (err != 0) {
      /* We had an error reading the file; return the errno and the
         pathname, so our caller can report the error. */
      *gpf_errno_return = 0;
      *gpf_read_errno_return = err;
      *gpf_path_return = gpf_path;
    }
    fclose(pf);
  } else {
    /* We failed to open it.  If we failed for some reason other than
       "it doesn't exist", return the errno and the pathname, so our
       caller can report the error. */
    if (errno != ENOENT) {
      *gpf_errno_return = errno;
      *gpf_read_errno_return = 0;
      *gpf_path_return = gpf_path;
    }
  }

  /* Construct the pathname of the user's preferences file. */
  pf_path = get_persconffile_path(PF_NAME, TRUE, FALSE);

  /* Read the user's preferences file, if it exists. */
  *pf_path_return = NULL;
  if ((pf = eth_fopen(pf_path, "r")) != NULL) {
    /*
     * Start out the counters of "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.port" entries we've
     * seen.
     */
    mgcp_tcp_port_count = 0;
    mgcp_udp_port_count = 0;

    /* We succeeded in opening it; read it. */
    err = read_prefs_file(pf_path, pf, set_pref, NULL);
    if (err != 0) {
      /* We had an error reading the file; return the errno and the
         pathname, so our caller can report the error. */
      *pf_errno_return = 0;
      *pf_read_errno_return = err;
      *pf_path_return = pf_path;
    } else
      g_free(pf_path);
    fclose(pf);
  } else {
    /* We failed to open it.  If we failed for some reason other than
       "it doesn't exist", return the errno and the pathname, so our
       caller can report the error. */
    if (errno != ENOENT) {
      *pf_errno_return = errno;
      *pf_read_errno_return = 0;
      *pf_path_return = pf_path;
    } else
      g_free(pf_path);
  }

  return &prefs;
}

/* read the preferences file (or similiar) and call the callback
 * function to set each key/value pair found */
int
read_prefs_file(const char *pf_path, FILE *pf, pref_set_pair_cb pref_set_pair_fct, void *private_data)
{
  enum { START, IN_VAR, PRE_VAL, IN_VAL, IN_SKIP };
  int       got_c, state = START;
  GString  *cur_val;
  GString  *cur_var;
  gboolean  got_val = FALSE;
  gint      fline = 1, pline = 1;
  gchar     hint[] = "(applying your preferences once should remove this warning)";

  cur_val = g_string_new("");
  cur_var = g_string_new("");

  while ((got_c = getc(pf)) != EOF) {
    if (got_c == '\n') {
      state = START;
      fline++;
      continue;
    }

    switch (state) {
      case START:
        if (isalnum(got_c)) {
          if (cur_var->len > 0) {
            if (got_val) {
              switch (pref_set_pair_fct(cur_var->str, cur_val->str, private_data)) {

              case PREFS_SET_OK:
                break;

              case PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR:
                g_warning ("%s line %d: Syntax error %s", pf_path, pline, hint);
                break;

              case PREFS_SET_NO_SUCH_PREF:
                g_warning ("%s line %d: No such preference \"%s\" %s", pf_path,
                                pline, cur_var->str, hint);
                break;

              case PREFS_SET_OBSOLETE:
                /* We silently ignore attempts to set these; it's
                   probably not the user's fault that it's in there -
                   they may have saved preferences with a release that
                   supported them. */
                break;
              }
            } else {
              g_warning ("%s line %d: Incomplete preference %s", pf_path, pline, hint);
            }
          }
          state      = IN_VAR;
          got_val    = FALSE;
          g_string_truncate(cur_var, 0);
          g_string_append_c(cur_var, (gchar) got_c);
          pline = fline;
        } else if (isspace(got_c) && cur_var->len > 0 && got_val) {
          state = PRE_VAL;
        } else if (got_c == '#') {
          state = IN_SKIP;
        } else {
          g_warning ("%s line %d: Malformed line %s", pf_path, fline, hint);
        }
        break;
      case IN_VAR:
        if (got_c != ':') {
          g_string_append_c(cur_var, (gchar) got_c);
        } else {
          state   = PRE_VAL;
          g_string_truncate(cur_val, 0);
          got_val = TRUE;
        }
        break;
      case PRE_VAL:
        if (!isspace(got_c)) {
          state = IN_VAL;
          g_string_append_c(cur_val, (gchar) got_c);
        }
        break;
      case IN_VAL:
      g_string_append_c(cur_val, (gchar) got_c);
        break;
    }
  }
  if (cur_var->len > 0) {
    if (got_val) {
      switch (pref_set_pair_fct(cur_var->str, cur_val->str, private_data)) {

      case PREFS_SET_OK:
        break;

      case PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR:
        g_warning ("%s line %d: Syntax error %s", pf_path, pline, hint);
        break;

      case PREFS_SET_NO_SUCH_PREF:
        g_warning ("%s line %d: No such preference \"%s\" %s", pf_path,
                        pline, cur_var->str, hint);
        break;

      case PREFS_SET_OBSOLETE:
        /* We silently ignore attempts to set these; it's probably not
           the user's fault that it's in there - they may have saved
           preferences with a release that supported it. */
        break;
      }
    } else {
      g_warning ("%s line %d: Incomplete preference %s", pf_path, pline, hint);
    }
  }

  g_string_free(cur_val, TRUE);
  g_string_free(cur_var, TRUE);

  if (ferror(pf))
    return errno;
  else
    return 0;
}

/*
 * If we were handed a preference starting with "uat:", try to turn it into
 * a valid uat entry.
 */
static gboolean
prefs_set_uat_pref(char *uat_entry) {
      gchar *p, *colonp;
      uat_t *uat;
      gchar *err;

      colonp = strchr(uat_entry, ':');
      if (colonp == NULL)
            return FALSE;

      p = colonp;
      *p++ = '\0';

      /*
       * Skip over any white space (there probably won't be any, but
       * as we allow it in the preferences file, we might as well
       * allow it here).
       */
      while (isspace((guchar)*p))
            p++;
      if (*p == '\0') {
            /*
             * Put the colon back, so if our caller uses, in an
             * error message, the string they passed us, the message
             * looks correct.
             */
            *colonp = ':';
            return FALSE;
      }

      uat = uat_find(uat_entry);
      *colonp = ':';
      if (uat == NULL) {
            return FALSE;
      }

      if (uat_load_str(uat, p, &err)) {
            return TRUE;
      }
      return FALSE;
}

/*
 * Given a string of the form "<pref name>:<pref value>", as might appear
 * as an argument to a "-o" option, parse it and set the preference in
 * question.  Return an indication of whether it succeeded or failed
 * in some fashion.
 */
prefs_set_pref_e
prefs_set_pref(char *prefarg)
{
      gchar *p, *colonp;
      prefs_set_pref_e ret;

      /*
       * Set the counters of "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.port" entries we've
       * seen to values that keep us from trying to interpret tham
       * as "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.gateway_port" or "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.callagent_port",
       * as, from the command line, we have no way of guessing which
       * the user had in mind.
       */
      mgcp_tcp_port_count = -1;
      mgcp_udp_port_count = -1;

      colonp = strchr(prefarg, ':');
      if (colonp == NULL)
            return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;

      p = colonp;
      *p++ = '\0';

      /*
       * Skip over any white space (there probably won't be any, but
       * as we allow it in the preferences file, we might as well
       * allow it here).
       */
      while (isspace((guchar)*p))
            p++;
      if (*p == '\0') {
            /*
             * Put the colon back, so if our caller uses, in an
             * error message, the string they passed us, the message
             * looks correct.
             */
            *colonp = ':';
            return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
      }
        if (strcmp(prefarg, "uat")) {
            ret = set_pref(prefarg, p, NULL);
      } else {
            ret = prefs_set_uat_pref(p) ? PREFS_SET_OK : PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
      }
      *colonp = ':';    /* put the colon back */
      return ret;
}

/*
 * Returns TRUE if the given device is hidden
 */
gboolean
prefs_is_capture_device_hidden(const char *name)
{
      gchar *tok, *devices;
      size_t len;

      if (prefs.capture_devices_hide && name) {
            devices = g_strdup (prefs.capture_devices_hide);
            len = strlen (name);
            for (tok = strtok (devices, ","); tok; tok = strtok(NULL, ",")) {
                  if (strlen (tok) == len && strcmp (name, tok) == 0) {
                        g_free (devices);
                        return TRUE;
                  }
            }
            g_free (devices);
      }

      return FALSE;
}

#define PRS_PRINT_FMT                    "print.format"
#define PRS_PRINT_DEST                   "print.destination"
#define PRS_PRINT_FILE                   "print.file"
#define PRS_PRINT_CMD                    "print.command"
#define PRS_COL_FMT                      "column.format"
#define PRS_STREAM_CL_FG                 "stream.client.fg"
#define PRS_STREAM_CL_BG                 "stream.client.bg"
#define PRS_STREAM_SR_FG                 "stream.server.fg"
#define PRS_STREAM_SR_BG                 "stream.server.bg"
#define PRS_GUI_SCROLLBAR_ON_RIGHT       "gui.scrollbar_on_right"
#define PRS_GUI_PLIST_SEL_BROWSE         "gui.packet_list_sel_browse"
#define PRS_GUI_PTREE_SEL_BROWSE         "gui.protocol_tree_sel_browse"
#define PRS_GUI_ALTERN_COLORS            "gui.tree_view_altern_colors"
#define PRS_GUI_FILTER_TOOLBAR_IN_STATUSBAR "gui.filter_toolbar_show_in_statusbar"
#define PRS_GUI_PTREE_LINE_STYLE         "gui.protocol_tree_line_style"
#define PRS_GUI_PTREE_EXPANDER_STYLE     "gui.protocol_tree_expander_style"
#define PRS_GUI_HEX_DUMP_HIGHLIGHT_STYLE "gui.hex_dump_highlight_style"
#define PRS_GUI_FONT_NAME_1              "gui.font_name"
#define PRS_GUI_FONT_NAME_2              "gui.gtk2.font_name"
#define PRS_GUI_MARKED_FG                "gui.marked_frame.fg"
#define PRS_GUI_MARKED_BG                "gui.marked_frame.bg"
#define PRS_GUI_COLORIZED_FG             "gui.colorized_frame.fg"
#define PRS_GUI_COLORIZED_BG             "gui.colorized_frame.bg"
#define PRS_GUI_CONSOLE_OPEN             "gui.console_open"
#define PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_STYLE           "gui.fileopen.style"
#define PRS_GUI_RECENT_COUNT_MAX         "gui.recent_files_count.max"
#define PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_DIR             "gui.fileopen.dir"
#define PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_REMEMBERED_DIR  "gui.fileopen.remembered_dir"
#define PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_PREVIEW         "gui.fileopen.preview"
#define PRS_GUI_ASK_UNSAVED              "gui.ask_unsaved"
#define PRS_GUI_FIND_WRAP                "gui.find_wrap"
#define PRS_GUI_USE_PREF_SAVE            "gui.use_pref_save"
#define PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_SAVE_POSITION   "gui.geometry.save.position"
#define PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_SAVE_SIZE       "gui.geometry.save.size"
#define PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_SAVE_MAXIMIZED  "gui.geometry.save.maximized"
#define PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_MAIN_X          "gui.geometry.main.x"
#define PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_MAIN_Y          "gui.geometry.main.y"
#define PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_MAIN_WIDTH      "gui.geometry.main.width"
#define PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_MAIN_HEIGHT     "gui.geometry.main.height"
#define PRS_GUI_TOOLBAR_MAIN_SHOW        "gui.toolbar_main_show"
#define PRS_GUI_TOOLBAR_MAIN_STYLE       "gui.toolbar_main_style"
#define PRS_GUI_WEBBROWSER               "gui.webbrowser"
#define PRS_GUI_WINDOW_TITLE             "gui.window_title"
#define PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_TYPE              "gui.layout_type"
#define PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_CONTENT_1         "gui.layout_content_1"
#define PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_CONTENT_2         "gui.layout_content_2"
#define PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_CONTENT_3         "gui.layout_content_3"
#define PRS_CONSOLE_LOG_LEVEL        "console.log.level"

/*
 * This applies to more than just captures, so it's not "capture.name_resolve";
 * "capture.name_resolve" is supported on input for backwards compatibility.
 *
 * It's not a preference for a particular part of Wireshark, it's used all
 * over the place, so its name doesn't have two components.
 */
#define PRS_NAME_RESOLVE "name_resolve"
#define PRS_NAME_RESOLVE_CONCURRENCY "name_resolve_concurrency"
#define PRS_CAP_NAME_RESOLVE "capture.name_resolve"

/*  values for the capture dialog box */
#define PRS_CAP_DEVICE        "capture.device"
#define PRS_CAP_DEVICES_DESCR "capture.devices_descr"
#define PRS_CAP_DEVICES_HIDE  "capture.devices_hide"
#define PRS_CAP_PROM_MODE     "capture.prom_mode"
#define PRS_CAP_REAL_TIME     "capture.real_time_update"
#define PRS_CAP_AUTO_SCROLL   "capture.auto_scroll"
#define PRS_CAP_SHOW_INFO     "capture.show_info"

#define RED_COMPONENT(x)   (guint16) (((((x) >> 16) & 0xff) * 65535 / 255))
#define GREEN_COMPONENT(x) (guint16) (((((x) >>  8) & 0xff) * 65535 / 255))
#define BLUE_COMPONENT(x)  (guint16) ( (((x)        & 0xff) * 65535 / 255))

/*  values for the rtp player preferences dialog box */
#define PRS_RTP_PLAYER_MAX_VISIBLE        "rtp_player.max_visible"

static const gchar *pr_formats[] = { "text", "postscript" };
static const gchar *pr_dests[]   = { "command", "file" };

typedef struct {
  char    letter;
  guint32 value;
} name_resolve_opt_t;

static name_resolve_opt_t name_resolve_opt[] = {
  { 'm', RESOLV_MAC },
  { 'n', RESOLV_NETWORK },
  { 't', RESOLV_TRANSPORT },
  { 'C', RESOLV_CONCURRENT },
};

#define N_NAME_RESOLVE_OPT    (sizeof name_resolve_opt / sizeof name_resolve_opt[0])

static const char *
name_resolve_to_string(guint32 name_resolve)
{
  static char string[N_NAME_RESOLVE_OPT+1];
  char *p;
  unsigned int i;
  gboolean all_opts_set = TRUE;

  if (name_resolve == RESOLV_NONE)
    return "FALSE";
  p = &string[0];
  for (i = 0; i < N_NAME_RESOLVE_OPT; i++) {
    if (name_resolve & name_resolve_opt[i].value)
      *p++ =  name_resolve_opt[i].letter;
    else
      all_opts_set = FALSE;
  }
  *p = '\0';
  if (all_opts_set)
    return "TRUE";
  return string;
}

char
string_to_name_resolve(char *string, guint32 *name_resolve)
{
  char c;
  unsigned int i;

  *name_resolve = 0;
  while ((c = *string++) != '\0') {
    for (i = 0; i < N_NAME_RESOLVE_OPT; i++) {
      if (c == name_resolve_opt[i].letter) {
        *name_resolve |= name_resolve_opt[i].value;
        break;
      }
    }
    if (i == N_NAME_RESOLVE_OPT) {
      /*
       * Unrecognized letter.
       */
      return c;
    }
  }
  return '\0';
}

static prefs_set_pref_e
set_pref(gchar *pref_name, gchar *value, void *private_data _U_)
{
  GList    *col_l, *col_l_elt;
  gint      llen;
  fmt_data *cfmt;
  unsigned long int cval;
  guint    uval;
  gboolean bval;
  gint     enum_val;
  char     *p;
  gchar    *dotp, *last_dotp;
  module_t *module;
  pref_t   *pref;
  gboolean had_a_dot;
  const gchar *cust_format = col_format_to_string(COL_CUSTOM);
  int cust_format_len = strlen(cust_format);

  if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_PRINT_FMT) == 0) {
    if (strcmp(value, pr_formats[PR_FMT_TEXT]) == 0) {
      prefs.pr_format = PR_FMT_TEXT;
    } else if (strcmp(value, pr_formats[PR_FMT_PS]) == 0) {
      prefs.pr_format = PR_FMT_PS;
    } else {
      return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_PRINT_DEST) == 0) {
    if (strcmp(value, pr_dests[PR_DEST_CMD]) == 0) {
      prefs.pr_dest = PR_DEST_CMD;
    } else if (strcmp(value, pr_dests[PR_DEST_FILE]) == 0) {
      prefs.pr_dest = PR_DEST_FILE;
    } else {
      return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_PRINT_FILE) == 0) {
    if (prefs.pr_file) g_free(prefs.pr_file);
    prefs.pr_file = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_PRINT_CMD) == 0) {
    if (prefs.pr_cmd) g_free(prefs.pr_cmd);
    prefs.pr_cmd = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_COL_FMT) == 0) {
    col_l = get_string_list(value);
    if (col_l == NULL)
      return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
    if ((g_list_length(col_l) % 2) != 0) {
      /* A title didn't have a matching format.  */
      clear_string_list(col_l);
      return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
    }
    /* Check to make sure all column formats are valid.  */
    col_l_elt = g_list_first(col_l);
    while(col_l_elt) {
      /* Make sure the title isn't empty.  */
      if (strcmp(col_l_elt->data, "") == 0) {
            /* It is.  */
        clear_string_list(col_l);
        return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
      }

      /* Go past the title.  */
      col_l_elt = col_l_elt->next;

      /* Check the format.  */
      if (strncmp(col_l_elt->data, cust_format, cust_format_len) != 0) {
        if (get_column_format_from_str(col_l_elt->data) == -1) {
          /* It's not a valid column format.  */
          clear_string_list(col_l);
          return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
        }
      }

      /* Go past the format.  */
      col_l_elt = col_l_elt->next;
    }
    free_col_info(&prefs);
    prefs.col_list = NULL;
    llen             = g_list_length(col_l);
    prefs.num_cols   = llen / 2;
    col_l_elt = g_list_first(col_l);
    while(col_l_elt) {
      cfmt = (fmt_data *) g_malloc(sizeof(fmt_data));
      cfmt->title    = g_strdup(col_l_elt->data);
      col_l_elt      = col_l_elt->next;
      if (strncmp(col_l_elt->data, cust_format, cust_format_len) == 0) {
        gchar *fmt     = g_strdup(col_l_elt->data);
        cfmt->fmt      = g_strdup(cust_format);
        cfmt->custom_field = g_strdup(&fmt[cust_format_len+1]);  /* add 1 for ':' */
        g_free (fmt);
      } else {
        cfmt->fmt      = g_strdup(col_l_elt->data);
        cfmt->custom_field = NULL;
      }
      col_l_elt      = col_l_elt->next;
      prefs.col_list = g_list_append(prefs.col_list, cfmt);
    }
    clear_string_list(col_l);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_STREAM_CL_FG) == 0) {
    cval = strtoul(value, NULL, 16);
    prefs.st_client_fg.pixel = 0;
    prefs.st_client_fg.red   = RED_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.st_client_fg.green = GREEN_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.st_client_fg.blue  = BLUE_COMPONENT(cval);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_STREAM_CL_BG) == 0) {
    cval = strtoul(value, NULL, 16);
    prefs.st_client_bg.pixel = 0;
    prefs.st_client_bg.red   = RED_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.st_client_bg.green = GREEN_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.st_client_bg.blue  = BLUE_COMPONENT(cval);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_STREAM_SR_FG) == 0) {
    cval = strtoul(value, NULL, 16);
    prefs.st_server_fg.pixel = 0;
    prefs.st_server_fg.red   = RED_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.st_server_fg.green = GREEN_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.st_server_fg.blue  = BLUE_COMPONENT(cval);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_STREAM_SR_BG) == 0) {
    cval = strtoul(value, NULL, 16);
    prefs.st_server_bg.pixel = 0;
    prefs.st_server_bg.red   = RED_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.st_server_bg.green = GREEN_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.st_server_bg.blue  = BLUE_COMPONENT(cval);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_SCROLLBAR_ON_RIGHT) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
          prefs.gui_scrollbar_on_right = TRUE;
    }
    else {
          prefs.gui_scrollbar_on_right = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_PLIST_SEL_BROWSE) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
          prefs.gui_plist_sel_browse = TRUE;
    }
    else {
          prefs.gui_plist_sel_browse = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_PTREE_SEL_BROWSE) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
          prefs.gui_ptree_sel_browse = TRUE;
    }
    else {
          prefs.gui_ptree_sel_browse = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_ALTERN_COLORS) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
            prefs.gui_altern_colors = TRUE;
    }
    else {
            prefs.gui_altern_colors = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_PTREE_LINE_STYLE) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_ptree_line_style =
      find_index_from_string_array(value, gui_ptree_line_style_text, 0);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_PTREE_EXPANDER_STYLE) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_ptree_expander_style =
      find_index_from_string_array(value, gui_ptree_expander_style_text, 1);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_HEX_DUMP_HIGHLIGHT_STYLE) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_hex_dump_highlight_style =
      find_index_from_string_array(value, gui_hex_dump_highlight_style_text, 1);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_FILTER_TOOLBAR_IN_STATUSBAR) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
            prefs.filter_toolbar_show_in_statusbar = TRUE;
    }
    else {
            prefs.filter_toolbar_show_in_statusbar = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_TOOLBAR_MAIN_SHOW) == 0) {
    /* obsoleted by recent setting */
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_TOOLBAR_MAIN_STYLE) == 0) {
    /* see toolbar.c for details, "icons only" is default */
      prefs.gui_toolbar_main_style =
          find_index_from_string_array(value, gui_toolbar_style_text,
                             TB_STYLE_ICONS);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_FONT_NAME_1) == 0) {
    if (prefs.gui_font_name1 != NULL)
      g_free(prefs.gui_font_name1);
    prefs.gui_font_name1 = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_FONT_NAME_2) == 0) {
    if (prefs.gui_font_name2 != NULL)
      g_free(prefs.gui_font_name2);
    prefs.gui_font_name2 = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_MARKED_FG) == 0) {
    cval = strtoul(value, NULL, 16);
    prefs.gui_marked_fg.pixel = 0;
    prefs.gui_marked_fg.red   = RED_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.gui_marked_fg.green = GREEN_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.gui_marked_fg.blue  = BLUE_COMPONENT(cval);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_MARKED_BG) == 0) {
    cval = strtoul(value, NULL, 16);
    prefs.gui_marked_bg.pixel = 0;
    prefs.gui_marked_bg.red   = RED_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.gui_marked_bg.green = GREEN_COMPONENT(cval);
    prefs.gui_marked_bg.blue  = BLUE_COMPONENT(cval);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_COLORIZED_FG) == 0) {
    if (prefs.gui_colorized_fg != NULL)
      g_free(prefs.gui_colorized_fg);
    prefs.gui_colorized_fg = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_COLORIZED_BG) == 0) {
    if (prefs.gui_colorized_bg != NULL)
      g_free(prefs.gui_colorized_bg);
    prefs.gui_colorized_bg = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_SAVE_POSITION) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
          prefs.gui_geometry_save_position = TRUE;
    }
    else {
          prefs.gui_geometry_save_position = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_SAVE_SIZE) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
          prefs.gui_geometry_save_size = TRUE;
    }
    else {
          prefs.gui_geometry_save_size = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_SAVE_MAXIMIZED) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
          prefs.gui_geometry_save_maximized = TRUE;
    }
    else {
          prefs.gui_geometry_save_maximized = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_MAIN_X) == 0) {         /* deprecated */
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_MAIN_Y) == 0) {         /* deprecated */
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_MAIN_WIDTH) == 0) {     /* deprecated */
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_MAIN_HEIGHT) == 0) {    /* deprecated */
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_CONSOLE_OPEN) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_console_open =
      find_index_from_string_array(value, gui_console_open_text,
                             console_open_never);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_RECENT_COUNT_MAX) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_recent_files_count_max = strtoul(value, NULL, 10);
    if (prefs.gui_recent_files_count_max == 0) {
      /* We really should put up a dialog box here ... */
      prefs.gui_recent_files_count_max = 10;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_STYLE) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_fileopen_style =
      find_index_from_string_array(value, gui_fileopen_style_text,
                             FO_STYLE_LAST_OPENED);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_DIR) == 0) {
    if (prefs.gui_fileopen_dir != NULL)
      g_free(prefs.gui_fileopen_dir);
    prefs.gui_fileopen_dir = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_REMEMBERED_DIR) == 0) { /* deprecated */
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_PREVIEW) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_fileopen_preview = strtoul(value, NULL, 10);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_ASK_UNSAVED) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
          prefs.gui_ask_unsaved = TRUE;
    }
    else {
          prefs.gui_ask_unsaved = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_FIND_WRAP) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
          prefs.gui_find_wrap = TRUE;
    }
    else {
          prefs.gui_find_wrap = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_USE_PREF_SAVE) == 0) {
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0) {
          prefs.gui_use_pref_save = TRUE;
    }
    else {
          prefs.gui_use_pref_save = FALSE;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_WEBBROWSER) == 0) {
    g_free(prefs.gui_webbrowser);
    prefs.gui_webbrowser = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_WINDOW_TITLE) == 0) {
    if (prefs.gui_window_title != NULL)
      g_free(prefs.gui_window_title);
    prefs.gui_window_title = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_TYPE) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_layout_type = strtoul(value, NULL, 10);
    if (prefs.gui_layout_type == layout_unused ||
        prefs.gui_layout_type >= layout_type_max) {
      /* XXX - report an error?  It's not a syntax error - we'd need to
         add a way of reporting a *semantic* error. */
      prefs.gui_layout_type = layout_type_5;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_CONTENT_1) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_layout_content_1 =
      find_index_from_string_array(value, gui_layout_content_text, 0);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_CONTENT_2) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_layout_content_2 =
      find_index_from_string_array(value, gui_layout_content_text, 0);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_CONTENT_3) == 0) {
    prefs.gui_layout_content_3 =
      find_index_from_string_array(value, gui_layout_content_text, 0);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_CONSOLE_LOG_LEVEL) == 0) {
    prefs.console_log_level = strtoul(value, NULL, 10);

/* handle the capture options */
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_CAP_DEVICE) == 0) {
    if (prefs.capture_device != NULL)
      g_free(prefs.capture_device);
    prefs.capture_device = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_CAP_DEVICES_DESCR) == 0) {
    if (prefs.capture_devices_descr != NULL)
      g_free(prefs.capture_devices_descr);
    prefs.capture_devices_descr = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_CAP_DEVICES_HIDE) == 0) {
    if (prefs.capture_devices_hide != NULL)
      g_free(prefs.capture_devices_hide);
    prefs.capture_devices_hide = g_strdup(value);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_CAP_PROM_MODE) == 0) {
    prefs.capture_prom_mode = ((g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0)?TRUE:FALSE);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_CAP_REAL_TIME) == 0) {
    prefs.capture_real_time = ((g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0)?TRUE:FALSE);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_CAP_AUTO_SCROLL) == 0) {
    prefs.capture_auto_scroll = ((g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0)?TRUE:FALSE);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_CAP_SHOW_INFO) == 0) {
    prefs.capture_show_info = ((g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0)?TRUE:FALSE);

/* handle the global options */
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_NAME_RESOLVE) == 0 ||
           strcmp(pref_name, PRS_CAP_NAME_RESOLVE) == 0) {
    /*
     * "TRUE" and "FALSE", for backwards compatibility, are synonyms for
     * RESOLV_ALL and RESOLV_NONE.
     *
     * Otherwise, we treat it as a list of name types we want to resolve.
     */
    if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0)
      prefs.name_resolve = RESOLV_ALL;
    else if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "false") == 0)
      prefs.name_resolve = RESOLV_NONE;
    else {
      prefs.name_resolve = RESOLV_NONE;   /* start out with none set */
      if (string_to_name_resolve(value, &prefs.name_resolve) != '\0')
        return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
    }
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_NAME_RESOLVE_CONCURRENCY) == 0) {
    prefs.name_resolve_concurrency = strtol(value, NULL, 10);
  } else if (strcmp(pref_name, PRS_RTP_PLAYER_MAX_VISIBLE) == 0) {
    prefs.rtp_player_max_visible = strtol(value, NULL, 10);
  } else {
    /* To which module does this preference belong? */
    module = NULL;
    last_dotp = pref_name;
    had_a_dot = FALSE;
    while (!module) {
        dotp = strchr(last_dotp, '.');
        if (dotp == NULL) {
            if (had_a_dot) {
              /* no such module */
              return PREFS_SET_NO_SUCH_PREF;
            }
            else {
              /* no ".", so no module/name separator */
              return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;
            }
        }
        else {
            had_a_dot = TRUE;
        }
        *dotp = '\0';         /* separate module and preference name */
        module = prefs_find_module(pref_name);

        /*
         * XXX - "Diameter" rather than "diameter" was used in earlier
         * versions of Wireshark; if we didn't find the module, and its name
         * was "Diameter", look for "diameter" instead.
         *
         * In addition, the BEEP protocol used to be the BXXP protocol,
         * so if we didn't find the module, and its name was "bxxp",
         * look for "beep" instead.
         *
         * Also, the preferences for GTP v0 and v1 were combined under
         * a single "gtp" heading, and the preferences for SMPP were
         * moved to "smpp-gsm-sms" and then moved to "gsm-sms-ud".
         * However, SMPP now has its own preferences, so we just map
         * "smpp-gsm-sms" to "gsm-sms-ud", and then handle SMPP below.
         *
         * We also renamed "dcp" to "dccp".
         */
        if (module == NULL) {
          if (strcmp(pref_name, "Diameter") == 0)
            module = prefs_find_module("diameter");
          else if (strcmp(pref_name, "bxxp") == 0)
            module = prefs_find_module("beep");
          else if (strcmp(pref_name, "gtpv0") == 0 ||
                   strcmp(pref_name, "gtpv1") == 0)
            module = prefs_find_module("gtp");
          else if (strcmp(pref_name, "smpp-gsm-sms") == 0)
            module = prefs_find_module("gsm-sms-ud");
          else if (strcmp(pref_name, "dcp") == 0)
            module = prefs_find_module("dccp");
        }
        *dotp = '.';          /* put the preference string back */
        dotp++;               /* skip past separator to preference name */
        last_dotp = dotp;
    }

    pref = find_preference(module, dotp);

    if (pref == NULL) {
      if (strcmp(module->name, "mgcp") == 0) {
        /*
         * XXX - "mgcp.display raw text toggle" and "mgcp.display dissect tree"
         * rather than "mgcp.display_raw_text" and "mgcp.display_dissect_tree"
         * were used in earlier versions of Wireshark; if we didn't find the
         * preference, it was an MGCP preference, and its name was
         * "display raw text toggle" or "display dissect tree", look for
         * "display_raw_text" or "display_dissect_tree" instead.
         *
         * "mgcp.tcp.port" and "mgcp.udp.port" are harder to handle, as both
         * the gateway and callagent ports were given those names; we interpret
         * the first as "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.gateway_port" and the second as
         * "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.callagent_port", as that's the order in which
         * they were registered by the MCCP dissector and thus that's the
         * order in which they were written to the preferences file.  (If
         * we're not reading the preferences file, but are handling stuff
         * from a "-o" command-line option, we have no clue which the user
         * had in mind - they should have used "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.gateway_port"
         * or "mgcp.{tcp,udp}.callagent_port" instead.)
         */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "display raw text toggle") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "display_raw_text");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "display dissect tree") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "display_dissect_tree");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "tcp.port") == 0) {
          mgcp_tcp_port_count++;
          if (mgcp_tcp_port_count == 1) {
            /* It's the first one */
            pref = find_preference(module, "tcp.gateway_port");
        } else if (mgcp_tcp_port_count == 2) {
            /* It's the second one */
            pref = find_preference(module, "tcp.callagent_port");
        }
          /* Otherwise it's from the command line, and we don't bother
             mapping it. */
      } else if (strcmp(dotp, "udp.port") == 0) {
          mgcp_udp_port_count++;
          if (mgcp_udp_port_count == 1) {
            /* It's the first one */
            pref = find_preference(module, "udp.gateway_port");
        } else if (mgcp_udp_port_count == 2) {
            /* It's the second one */
            pref = find_preference(module, "udp.callagent_port");
        }
          /* Otherwise it's from the command line, and we don't bother
             mapping it. */
      }
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "smb") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for SMB preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "smb.trans.reassembly") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "trans_reassembly");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "smb.dcerpc.reassembly") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "dcerpc_reassembly");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "ndmp") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for NDMP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "ndmp.desegment") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "desegment");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "diameter") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for Diameter preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "diameter.desegment") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "desegment");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "pcli") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for PCLI preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "pcli.udp_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "udp_port");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "artnet") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for ARTNET preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "artnet.udp_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "udp_port");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "mapi") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for MAPI preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "mapi_decrypt") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "decrypt");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "fc") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for Fibre Channel preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "reassemble_fc") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "reassemble");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "fc_max_frame_size") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "max_frame_size");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "fcip") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for Fibre Channel-over-IP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "desegment_fcip_messages") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "desegment");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "fcip_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "target_port");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "gtp") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for GTP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "gtpv0_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "v0_port");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "gtpv1c_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "v1c_port");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "gtpv1u_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "v1u_port");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "gtp_dissect_tpdu") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "dissect_tpdu");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "gtpv0_dissect_cdr_as") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "v0_dissect_cdr_as");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "gtpv0_check_etsi") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "v0_check_etsi");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "gtpv1_check_etsi") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "v1_check_etsi");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "ip") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for IP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "ip_summary_in_tree") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "summary_in_tree");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "iscsi") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for iSCSI preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "iscsi_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "target_port");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "lmp") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for LMP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "lmp_version") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "version");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "mtp3") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for MTP3 preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "mtp3_standard") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "standard");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "net_addr_format") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "addr_format");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "nlm") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for NLM preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "nlm_msg_res_matching") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "msg_res_matching");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "ppp") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for PPP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "ppp_fcs") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "fcs_type");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "ppp_vj") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "decompress_vj");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "rsvp") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for RSVP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "rsvp_process_bundle") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "process_bundle");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "tcp") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for TCP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "tcp_summary_in_tree") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "summary_in_tree");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "tcp_analyze_sequence_numbers") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "analyze_sequence_numbers");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "tcp_relative_sequence_numbers") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "relative_sequence_numbers");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "udp") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for UDP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "udp_summary_in_tree") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "summary_in_tree");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "ndps") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for NDPS preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "desegment_ndps") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "desegment_tcp");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "http") == 0) {
        /* Handle old names for HTTP preferences. */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "desegment_http_headers") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "desegment_headers");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "desegment_http_body") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "desegment_body");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "smpp") == 0) {
        /* Handle preferences that moved from SMPP. */
        module_t *new_module = prefs_find_module("gsm-sms-ud");
        if(new_module){
          if (strcmp(dotp, "port_number_udh_means_wsp") == 0)
            pref = find_preference(new_module, "port_number_udh_means_wsp");
          else if (strcmp(dotp, "try_dissect_1st_fragment") == 0)
            pref = find_preference(new_module, "try_dissect_1st_fragment");
        }
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "asn1") == 0) {
        /* Handle old generic ASN.1 preferences (it's not really a
           rename, as the new preferences support multiple ports,
           but we might as well copy them over). */
        if (strcmp(dotp, "tcp_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "tcp_ports");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "udp_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "udp_ports");
        else if (strcmp(dotp, "sctp_port") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "sctp_ports");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "llcgprs") == 0) {
        if (strcmp(dotp, "ignore_cipher_bit") == 0)
          pref = find_preference(module, "autodetect_cipher_bit");
      } else if (strcmp(module->name, "erf") == 0) {
        if (strcmp(dotp, "erfeth") == 0) {
          /* Handle the old "erfeth" preference; map it to the new
             "ethfcs" preference, and map the values to those for
             the new preference. */
          pref = find_preference(module, "ethfcs");
          if (strcmp(value, "ethfcs") == 0 || strcmp(value, "Ethernet with FCS") == 0)
            value = "TRUE";
          else if (strcmp(value, "eth") == 0 || strcmp(value, "Ethernet") == 0)
            value = "FALSE";
          else if (strcmp(value, "raw") == 0 || strcmp(value, "Raw data") == 0)
            value = "TRUE";
        } else if (strcmp(dotp, "erfatm") == 0) {
          /* Handle the old "erfatm" preference; map it to the new
             "aal5_type" preference, and map the values to those for
             the new preference. */
          pref = find_preference(module, "aal5_type");
          if (strcmp(value, "atm") == 0 || strcmp(value, "ATM") == 0)
            value = "guess";
          else if (strcmp(value, "llc") == 0 || strcmp(value, "LLC") == 0)
            value = "llc";
          else if (strcmp(value, "raw") == 0 || strcmp(value, "Raw data") == 0)
            value = "guess";
        } else if (strcmp(dotp, "erfhdlc") == 0) {
          /* Handle the old "erfhdlc" preference; map it to the new
             "hdlc_type" preference, and map the values to those for
             the new preference. */
          pref = find_preference(module, "hdlc_type");
          if (strcmp(value, "chdlc") == 0 || strcmp(value, "Cisco HDLC") == 0)
            value = "chdlc";
          else if (strcmp(value, "ppp") == 0 || strcmp(value, "PPP serial") == 0)
            value = "ppp";
          else if (strcmp(value, "fr") == 0 || strcmp(value, "Frame Relay") == 0)
            value = "frelay";
          else if (strcmp(value, "mtp2") == 0 || strcmp(value, "SS7 MTP2") == 0)
            value = "mtp2";
          else if (strcmp(value, "raw") == 0 || strcmp(value, "Raw data") == 0)
            value = "guess";
        }
      }
    }
    if (pref == NULL)
      return PREFS_SET_NO_SUCH_PREF;      /* no such preference */

    switch (pref->type) {

    case PREF_UINT:
      uval = strtoul(value, &p, pref->info.base);
      if (p == value || *p != '\0')
        return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;      /* number was bad */
      if (*pref->varp.uint != uval) {
        module->prefs_changed = TRUE;
        *pref->varp.uint = uval;
      }
      break;

    case PREF_BOOL:
      /* XXX - give an error if it's neither "true" nor "false"? */
      if (g_ascii_strcasecmp(value, "true") == 0)
        bval = TRUE;
      else
        bval = FALSE;
      if (*pref->varp.boolp != bval) {
      module->prefs_changed = TRUE;
      *pref->varp.boolp = bval;
      }
      break;

    case PREF_ENUM:
      /* XXX - give an error if it doesn't match? */
      enum_val = find_val_for_string(value,
                              pref->info.enum_info.enumvals, 1);
      if (*pref->varp.enump != enum_val) {
      module->prefs_changed = TRUE;
      *pref->varp.enump = enum_val;
      }
      break;

    case PREF_STRING:
      if (strcmp(*pref->varp.string, value) != 0) {
        module->prefs_changed = TRUE;
        g_free((void *)*pref->varp.string);
        *pref->varp.string = g_strdup(value);
      }
      break;

    case PREF_RANGE:
    {
      range_t *newrange;

      if (range_convert_str(&newrange, value, pref->info.max_value) !=
          CVT_NO_ERROR) {
        /* XXX - distinguish between CVT_SYNTAX_ERROR and
           CVT_NUMBER_TOO_BIG */
        return PREFS_SET_SYNTAX_ERR;      /* number was bad */
      }

      if (!ranges_are_equal(*pref->varp.range, newrange)) {
      module->prefs_changed = TRUE;
      g_free(*pref->varp.range);
      *pref->varp.range = newrange;
      } else {
      g_free (newrange);
      }
      break;
    }

    case PREF_STATIC_TEXT:
    case PREF_UAT:
    {
      break;
    }

    case PREF_OBSOLETE:
      return PREFS_SET_OBSOLETE;    /* no such preference any more */
    }
  }

  return PREFS_SET_OK;
}

typedef struct {
      module_t *module;
      FILE  *pf;
} write_pref_arg_t;

/*
 * Write out a single preference.
 */
static void
write_pref(gpointer data, gpointer user_data)
{
      pref_t *pref = data;
      write_pref_arg_t *arg = user_data;
      const enum_val_t *enum_valp;
      const char *val_string;

      if (pref->type == PREF_OBSOLETE) {
            /*
             * This preference is no longer supported; it's not a
             * real preference, so we don't write it out (i.e., we
             * treat it as if it weren't found in the list of
             * preferences, and we weren't called in the first place).
             */
            return;
      }

      fprintf(arg->pf, "\n# %s\n", pref->description);

      switch (pref->type) {

      case PREF_UINT:
            switch (pref->info.base) {

            case 10:
                  fprintf(arg->pf, "# A decimal number.\n");
                  fprintf(arg->pf, "%s.%s: %u\n", arg->module->name,
                      pref->name, *pref->varp.uint);
                  break;

            case 8:
                  fprintf(arg->pf, "# An octal number.\n");
                  fprintf(arg->pf, "%s.%s: %#o\n", arg->module->name,
                      pref->name, *pref->varp.uint);
                  break;

            case 16:
                  fprintf(arg->pf, "# A hexadecimal number.\n");
                  fprintf(arg->pf, "%s.%s: %#x\n", arg->module->name,
                      pref->name, *pref->varp.uint);
                  break;
            }
            break;

      case PREF_BOOL:
            fprintf(arg->pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
            fprintf(arg->pf, "%s.%s: %s\n", arg->module->name, pref->name,
                *pref->varp.boolp ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");
            break;

      case PREF_ENUM:
            /*
             * For now, we save the "description" value, so that if we
             * save the preferences older versions of Wireshark can at
             * least read preferences that they supported; we support
             * either the short name or the description when reading
             * the preferences file or a "-o" option.
             */
            fprintf(arg->pf, "# One of: ");
            enum_valp = pref->info.enum_info.enumvals;
            val_string = NULL;
            while (enum_valp->name != NULL) {
                  if (enum_valp->value == *pref->varp.enump)
                        val_string = enum_valp->description;
                  fprintf(arg->pf, "%s", enum_valp->description);
                  enum_valp++;
                  if (enum_valp->name == NULL)
                        fprintf(arg->pf, "\n");
                  else
                        fprintf(arg->pf, ", ");
            }
            fprintf(arg->pf, "# (case-insensitive).\n");
            fprintf(arg->pf, "%s.%s: %s\n", arg->module->name,
                pref->name, val_string);
            break;

      case PREF_STRING:
            fprintf(arg->pf, "# A string.\n");
            fprintf(arg->pf, "%s.%s: %s\n", arg->module->name, pref->name,
                *pref->varp.string);
            break;

      case PREF_RANGE:
      {
            char *range_string;

            range_string = range_convert_range(*pref->varp.range);
            fprintf(arg->pf, "# A string denoting an positive integer range (e.g., \"1-20,30-40\").\n");
            fprintf(arg->pf, "%s.%s: %s\n", arg->module->name, pref->name,
                  range_string);
            break;
      }

      case PREF_STATIC_TEXT:
      case PREF_UAT:
      {
            /* Nothing to do */
            break;
      }

      case PREF_OBSOLETE:
            g_assert_not_reached();
            break;
      }
}

static gboolean
write_module_prefs(void *value, void *data)
{
      write_pref_arg_t arg;

      arg.module = value;
      arg.pf = data;
      g_list_foreach(arg.module->prefs, write_pref, &arg);
      return FALSE;
}

/* Write out "prefs" to the user's preferences file, and return 0.

   If the preferences file path is NULL, write to stdout.

   If we got an error, stuff a pointer to the path of the preferences file
   into "*pf_path_return", and return the errno. */
int
write_prefs(char **pf_path_return)
{
  char        *pf_path;
  FILE        *pf;
  GList       *clp, *col_l;
  fmt_data    *cfmt;
  const gchar *cust_format = col_format_to_string(COL_CUSTOM);

  /* Needed for "-G defaultprefs" */
  init_prefs();

  /* To do:
   * - Split output lines longer than MAX_VAL_LEN
   * - Create a function for the preference directory check/creation
   *   so that duplication can be avoided with filter.c
   */

  if (pf_path_return != NULL) {
    pf_path = get_persconffile_path(PF_NAME, TRUE, TRUE);
    if ((pf = eth_fopen(pf_path, "w")) == NULL) {
      *pf_path_return = pf_path;
      return errno;
    }
  } else {
    pf = stdout;
  }

  fputs("# Configuration file for Wireshark " VERSION ".\n"
    "#\n"
    "# This file is regenerated each time preferences are saved within\n"
    "# Wireshark.  Making manual changes should be safe, however.\n", pf);

  fprintf (pf, "\n######## User Interface ########\n");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Vertical scrollbars should be on right side?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_SCROLLBAR_ON_RIGHT ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_scrollbar_on_right == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Packet-list selection bar can be used to browse w/o selecting?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_PLIST_SEL_BROWSE ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_plist_sel_browse == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Protocol-tree selection bar can be used to browse w/o selecting?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_PTREE_SEL_BROWSE ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_ptree_sel_browse == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Alternating colors in TreeViews?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_ALTERN_COLORS ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_altern_colors == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Place filter toolbar inside the statusbar?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_FILTER_TOOLBAR_IN_STATUSBAR ": %s\n",
                 prefs.filter_toolbar_show_in_statusbar == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Protocol-tree line style.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# One of: NONE, SOLID, DOTTED, TABBED\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_PTREE_LINE_STYLE ": %s\n",
          gui_ptree_line_style_text[prefs.gui_ptree_line_style]);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Protocol-tree expander style.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# One of: NONE, SQUARE, TRIANGLE, CIRCULAR\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_PTREE_EXPANDER_STYLE ": %s\n",
              gui_ptree_expander_style_text[prefs.gui_ptree_expander_style]);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Hex dump highlight style.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# One of: BOLD, INVERSE\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_HEX_DUMP_HIGHLIGHT_STYLE ": %s\n",
              gui_hex_dump_highlight_style_text[prefs.gui_hex_dump_highlight_style]);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Main Toolbar style.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# One of: ICONS, TEXT, BOTH\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_TOOLBAR_MAIN_STYLE ": %s\n",
              gui_toolbar_style_text[prefs.gui_toolbar_main_style]);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Save window position at exit?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_SAVE_POSITION ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_geometry_save_position == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Save window size at exit?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_SAVE_SIZE ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_geometry_save_size == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Save window maximized state at exit (GTK2 only)?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_GEOMETRY_SAVE_MAXIMIZED ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_geometry_save_maximized == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Open a console window (WIN32 only)?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# One of: NEVER, AUTOMATIC, ALWAYS\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_CONSOLE_OPEN ": %s\n",
              gui_console_open_text[prefs.gui_console_open]);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# The max. number of items in the open recent files list.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# A decimal number.\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_RECENT_COUNT_MAX ": %d\n",
                prefs.gui_recent_files_count_max);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Where to start the File Open dialog box.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# One of: LAST_OPENED, SPECIFIED\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_STYLE ": %s\n",
              gui_fileopen_style_text[prefs.gui_fileopen_style]);

  if (prefs.gui_fileopen_dir != NULL) {
    fprintf(pf, "\n# Directory to start in when opening File Open dialog.\n");
    fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_DIR ": %s\n",
                  prefs.gui_fileopen_dir);
  }

  fprintf(pf, "\n# The preview timeout in the File Open dialog.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# A decimal number (in seconds).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_FILEOPEN_PREVIEW ": %d\n",
                prefs.gui_fileopen_preview);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Ask to save unsaved capture files?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_ASK_UNSAVED ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_ask_unsaved == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Wrap to beginning/end of file during search?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_FIND_WRAP ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_find_wrap == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Settings dialogs use a save button?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_USE_PREF_SAVE ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_use_pref_save == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# The path to the webbrowser.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# Ex: mozilla %%s\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_WEBBROWSER ": %s\n", prefs.gui_webbrowser);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Custom window title. (Prepended to existing titles.)\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_WINDOW_TITLE ": %s\n",
              prefs.gui_window_title);

  fprintf (pf, "\n######## User Interface: Layout ########\n");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Layout type (1-6).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_TYPE ": %d\n",
                prefs.gui_layout_type);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Layout content of the panes (1-3).\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# One of: NONE, PLIST, PDETAILS, PBYTES\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_CONTENT_1 ": %s\n",
                gui_layout_content_text[prefs.gui_layout_content_1]);
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_CONTENT_2 ": %s\n",
                gui_layout_content_text[prefs.gui_layout_content_2]);
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_LAYOUT_CONTENT_3 ": %s\n",
                gui_layout_content_text[prefs.gui_layout_content_3]);

  fprintf (pf, "\n######## User Interface: Columns ########\n");

  clp = prefs.col_list;
  col_l = NULL;
  while (clp) {
    cfmt = (fmt_data *) clp->data;
    col_l = g_list_append(col_l, cfmt->title);
    if ((strcmp(cfmt->fmt, cust_format) == 0) && (cfmt->custom_field)) {
      gchar *fmt = g_strdup_printf("%s:%s", cfmt->fmt, cfmt->custom_field);
      col_l = g_list_append(col_l, fmt);
    } else {
      col_l = g_list_append(col_l, cfmt->fmt);
    }
    clp = clp->next;
  }
  fprintf (pf, "\n# Packet list column format.\n");
  fprintf (pf, "# Each pair of strings consists of a column title and its format.\n");
  fprintf (pf, "%s: %s\n", PRS_COL_FMT, put_string_list(col_l));
  /* This frees the list of strings, but not the strings to which it
     refers; that's what we want, as we haven't copied those strings,
     we just referred to them.  */
  g_list_free(col_l);

  fprintf (pf, "\n######## User Interface: Font ########\n");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Font name for packet list, protocol tree, and hex dump panes (GTK version 1).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_FONT_NAME_1 ": %s\n", prefs.gui_font_name1);

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Font name for packet list, protocol tree, and hex dump panes (GTK version 2).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_GUI_FONT_NAME_2 ": %s\n", prefs.gui_font_name2);

  fprintf (pf, "\n######## User Interface: Colors ########\n");

  fprintf (pf, "\n# Color preferences for a marked frame.\n");
  fprintf (pf, "# Each value is a six digit hexadecimal color value in the form rrggbb.\n");
  fprintf (pf, "%s: %02x%02x%02x\n", PRS_GUI_MARKED_FG,
    (prefs.gui_marked_fg.red * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.gui_marked_fg.green * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.gui_marked_fg.blue * 255 / 65535));
  fprintf (pf, "%s: %02x%02x%02x\n", PRS_GUI_MARKED_BG,
    (prefs.gui_marked_bg.red * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.gui_marked_bg.green * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.gui_marked_bg.blue * 255 / 65535));

  /* Don't write the colors of the 10 easy-access-colorfilters to the preferences
   * file until the colors can be changed in the GUI. Currently this is not really
   * possible since the STOCK-icons for these colors are hardcoded.
   *
   * XXX Find a way to change the colors of the STOCK-icons on the fly and then
   *     add these 10 colors to the list of colors that can be changed through
   *     the preferences.
   *
  fprintf (pf, "%s: %s\n", PRS_GUI_COLORIZED_FG, prefs.gui_colorized_fg);
  fprintf (pf, "%s: %s\n", PRS_GUI_COLORIZED_BG, prefs.gui_colorized_bg);
  */

  fprintf (pf, "\n# TCP stream window color preferences.\n");
  fprintf (pf, "# Each value is a six digit hexadecimal color value in the form rrggbb.\n");
  fprintf (pf, "%s: %02x%02x%02x\n", PRS_STREAM_CL_FG,
    (prefs.st_client_fg.red * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.st_client_fg.green * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.st_client_fg.blue * 255 / 65535));
  fprintf (pf, "%s: %02x%02x%02x\n", PRS_STREAM_CL_BG,
    (prefs.st_client_bg.red * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.st_client_bg.green * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.st_client_bg.blue * 255 / 65535));
  fprintf (pf, "%s: %02x%02x%02x\n", PRS_STREAM_SR_FG,
    (prefs.st_server_fg.red * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.st_server_fg.green * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.st_server_fg.blue * 255 / 65535));
  fprintf (pf, "%s: %02x%02x%02x\n", PRS_STREAM_SR_BG,
    (prefs.st_server_bg.red * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.st_server_bg.green * 255 / 65535),
    (prefs.st_server_bg.blue * 255 / 65535));

  fprintf(pf, "\n######## Console: logging level ########\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# (debugging only, not in the Preferences dialog)\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# A bitmask of glib log levels:\n"
          "# G_LOG_LEVEL_ERROR    = 4\n"
          "# G_LOG_LEVEL_CRITICAL = 8\n"
          "# G_LOG_LEVEL_WARNING  = 16\n"
          "# G_LOG_LEVEL_MESSAGE  = 32\n"
          "# G_LOG_LEVEL_INFO     = 64\n"
          "# G_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG    = 128\n");

  fprintf(pf, PRS_CONSOLE_LOG_LEVEL ": %u\n",
          prefs.console_log_level);

  fprintf(pf, "\n####### Capture ########\n");

  if (prefs.capture_device != NULL) {
    fprintf(pf, "\n# Default capture device\n");
    fprintf(pf, PRS_CAP_DEVICE ": %s\n", prefs.capture_device);
  }

  if (prefs.capture_devices_descr != NULL) {
    fprintf(pf, "\n# Interface descriptions.\n");
    fprintf(pf, "# Ex: eth0(eth0 descr),eth1(eth1 descr),...\n");
    fprintf(pf, PRS_CAP_DEVICES_DESCR ": %s\n", prefs.capture_devices_descr);
  }

  if (prefs.capture_devices_hide != NULL) {
    fprintf(pf, "\n# Hide interface?\n");
    fprintf(pf, "# Ex: eth0,eth3,...\n");
    fprintf(pf, PRS_CAP_DEVICES_HIDE ": %s\n", prefs.capture_devices_hide);
  }

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Capture in promiscuous mode?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_CAP_PROM_MODE ": %s\n",
              prefs.capture_prom_mode == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Update packet list in real time during capture?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_CAP_REAL_TIME ": %s\n",
              prefs.capture_real_time == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Scroll packet list during capture?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_CAP_AUTO_SCROLL ": %s\n",
              prefs.capture_auto_scroll == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Show capture info dialog while capturing?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive).\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_CAP_SHOW_INFO ": %s\n",
              prefs.capture_show_info == TRUE ? "TRUE" : "FALSE");

  fprintf (pf, "\n######## Printing ########\n");

  fprintf (pf, "\n# Can be one of \"text\" or \"postscript\".\n"
    "print.format: %s\n", pr_formats[prefs.pr_format]);

  fprintf (pf, "\n# Can be one of \"command\" or \"file\".\n"
    "print.destination: %s\n", pr_dests[prefs.pr_dest]);

  fprintf (pf, "\n# This is the file that gets written to when the "
    "destination is set to \"file\"\n"
    "%s: %s\n", PRS_PRINT_FILE, prefs.pr_file);

  fprintf (pf, "\n# Output gets piped to this command when the destination "
    "is set to \"command\"\n"
    "%s: %s\n", PRS_PRINT_CMD, prefs.pr_cmd);

  fprintf(pf, "\n####### Name Resolution ########\n");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Resolve addresses to names?\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# TRUE or FALSE (case-insensitive), or a list of address types to resolve.\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_NAME_RESOLVE ": %s\n",
              name_resolve_to_string(prefs.name_resolve));

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Name resolution concurrency.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# A decimal number.\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_NAME_RESOLVE_CONCURRENCY ": %d\n",
              prefs.name_resolve_concurrency);

  fprintf(pf, "\n####### RTP Player ########\n");

  fprintf(pf, "\n# Maximum visible channels in RTP Player window.\n");
  fprintf(pf, "# An integer value greater than 0.\n");
  fprintf(pf, PRS_RTP_PLAYER_MAX_VISIBLE ": %d\n",
              prefs.rtp_player_max_visible);

  fprintf(pf, "\n####### Protocols ########\n");

  pe_tree_foreach(prefs_modules, write_module_prefs, pf);

  fclose(pf);

  /* XXX - catch I/O errors (e.g. "ran out of disk space") and return
     an error indication, or maybe write to a new preferences file and
     rename that file on top of the old one only if there are not I/O
     errors. */
  return 0;
}

/* Copy a set of preferences. */
void
copy_prefs(e_prefs *dest, e_prefs *src)
{
  fmt_data *src_cfmt, *dest_cfmt;
  GList *entry;

  dest->pr_format = src->pr_format;
  dest->pr_dest = src->pr_dest;
  dest->pr_file = g_strdup(src->pr_file);
  dest->pr_cmd = g_strdup(src->pr_cmd);
  dest->col_list = NULL;
  for (entry = src->col_list; entry != NULL; entry = g_list_next(entry)) {
    src_cfmt = entry->data;
    dest_cfmt = (fmt_data *) g_malloc(sizeof(fmt_data));
    dest_cfmt->title = g_strdup(src_cfmt->title);
    dest_cfmt->fmt = g_strdup(src_cfmt->fmt);
    if (src_cfmt->custom_field) {
      dest_cfmt->custom_field = g_strdup(src_cfmt->custom_field);
    } else {
      dest_cfmt->custom_field = NULL;
    }
    dest->col_list = g_list_append(dest->col_list, dest_cfmt);
  }
  dest->num_cols = src->num_cols;
  dest->st_client_fg = src->st_client_fg;
  dest->st_client_bg = src->st_client_bg;
  dest->st_server_fg = src->st_server_fg;
  dest->st_server_bg = src->st_server_bg;
  dest->gui_scrollbar_on_right = src->gui_scrollbar_on_right;
  dest->gui_plist_sel_browse = src->gui_plist_sel_browse;
  dest->gui_ptree_sel_browse = src->gui_ptree_sel_browse;
  dest->gui_altern_colors = src->gui_altern_colors;
  dest->filter_toolbar_show_in_statusbar = src->filter_toolbar_show_in_statusbar;
  dest->gui_ptree_line_style = src->gui_ptree_line_style;
  dest->gui_ptree_expander_style = src->gui_ptree_expander_style;
  dest->gui_hex_dump_highlight_style = src->gui_hex_dump_highlight_style;
  dest->gui_toolbar_main_style = src->gui_toolbar_main_style;
  dest->gui_fileopen_dir = g_strdup(src->gui_fileopen_dir);
  dest->gui_console_open = src->gui_console_open;
  dest->gui_fileopen_style = src->gui_fileopen_style;
  dest->gui_fileopen_preview = src->gui_fileopen_preview;
  dest->gui_ask_unsaved = src->gui_ask_unsaved;
  dest->gui_find_wrap = src->gui_find_wrap;
  dest->gui_use_pref_save = src->gui_use_pref_save;
  dest->gui_layout_type = src->gui_layout_type;
  dest->gui_layout_content_1 = src->gui_layout_content_1;
  dest->gui_layout_content_2 = src->gui_layout_content_2;
  dest->gui_layout_content_3 = src->gui_layout_content_3;
  dest->gui_font_name1 = g_strdup(src->gui_font_name1);
  dest->gui_font_name2 = g_strdup(src->gui_font_name2);
  dest->gui_marked_fg = src->gui_marked_fg;
  dest->gui_marked_bg = src->gui_marked_bg;
  dest->gui_geometry_save_position = src->gui_geometry_save_position;
  dest->gui_geometry_save_size = src->gui_geometry_save_size;
  dest->gui_geometry_save_maximized = src->gui_geometry_save_maximized;
  dest->gui_webbrowser = g_strdup(src->gui_webbrowser);
  dest->gui_window_title = g_strdup(src->gui_window_title);
  dest->console_log_level = src->console_log_level;
/*  values for the capture dialog box */
  dest->capture_device = g_strdup(src->capture_device);
  dest->capture_devices_descr = g_strdup(src->capture_devices_descr);
  dest->capture_devices_hide = g_strdup(src->capture_devices_hide);
  dest->capture_prom_mode = src->capture_prom_mode;
  dest->capture_real_time = src->capture_real_time;
  dest->capture_auto_scroll = src->capture_auto_scroll;
  dest->capture_show_info = src->capture_show_info;
  dest->name_resolve = src->name_resolve;
  dest->name_resolve_concurrency = src->name_resolve_concurrency;

}

/* Free a set of preferences. */
void
free_prefs(e_prefs *pr)
{
  if (pr->pr_file != NULL) {
    g_free(pr->pr_file);
    pr->pr_file = NULL;
  }
  if (pr->pr_cmd != NULL) {
    g_free(pr->pr_cmd);
    pr->pr_cmd = NULL;
  }
  free_col_info(pr);
  if (pr->gui_font_name1 != NULL) {
    g_free(pr->gui_font_name1);
    pr->gui_font_name1 = NULL;
  }
  if (pr->gui_font_name2 != NULL) {
    g_free(pr->gui_font_name2);
    pr->gui_font_name2 = NULL;
  }
  if (pr->gui_fileopen_dir != NULL) {
    g_free(pr->gui_fileopen_dir);
    pr->gui_fileopen_dir = NULL;
  }
  g_free(pr->gui_webbrowser);
  pr->gui_webbrowser = NULL;
  if (pr->gui_window_title != NULL) {
    g_free(pr->gui_window_title);
    pr->gui_window_title = NULL;
  }
  if (pr->capture_device != NULL) {
    g_free(pr->capture_device);
    pr->capture_device = NULL;
  }
  if (pr->capture_devices_descr != NULL) {
    g_free(pr->capture_devices_descr);
    pr->capture_devices_descr = NULL;
  }
  if (pr->capture_devices_hide != NULL) {
    g_free(pr->capture_devices_hide);
    pr->capture_devices_hide = NULL;
  }
}

static void
free_col_info(e_prefs *pr)
{
  fmt_data *cfmt;

  while (pr->col_list != NULL) {
    cfmt = pr->col_list->data;
    g_free(cfmt->title);
    g_free(cfmt->fmt);
    if (cfmt->custom_field) {
      g_free(cfmt->custom_field);
    }
    g_free(cfmt);
    pr->col_list = g_list_remove_link(pr->col_list, pr->col_list);
  }
  g_list_free(pr->col_list);
  pr->col_list = NULL;
}



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