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 * output.h -- Handles the Nmap output system.  This currently involves    *
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/* $Id: output.h 7640 2008-05-22 20:45:32Z fyodor $ */

#ifndef OUTPUT_H
#define OUTPUT_H

#define LOG_NUM_FILES 4 /* # of values that actual files (they must come first */
#define LOG_FILE_MASK 15 /* The mask for log typs in the file array */
#define LOG_NORMAL 1
#define LOG_MACHINE 2
#define LOG_SKID 4
#define LOG_XML 8
#define LOG_STDOUT 1024
#define LOG_STDERR 2048
#define LOG_SKID_NOXLT 4096
#define LOG_MAX LOG_SKID_NOXLT /* The maximum log type value */


#define LOG_NAMES {"normal", "machine", "$Cr!pT |<!dd!3", "XML"}

#include "portlist.h"
#include "nmap.h"
#include "global_structures.h"

/* Prints the familiar Nmap tabular output showing the "interesting"
   ports found on the machine.  It also handles the Machine/Greppable
   output and the XML output.  It is pretty ugly -- in particular I
   should write helper functions to handle the table creation */
void printportoutput(Target *currenths, PortList *plist);

/* Prints the MAC address if one was found for the target (generally
   this means that the target is directly connected on an ethernet
   network.  This only prints to human output -- XML is handled by a
   separate call ( print_MAC_XML_Info ) because it needs to be printed
   in a certain place to conform to DTD. */
void printmacinfo(Target *currenths);

char *logfilename(const char *str, struct tm *tm);

/* Write some information (printf style args) to the given log stream(s).
   Remember to watch out for format string bugs. */
void log_write(int logt, const char *fmt, ...)
     __attribute__ ((format (printf, 2, 3)));

/* This is the workhorse of the logging functions.  Usually it is
   called through log_write(), but it can be called directly if you
   are dealing with a vfprintf-style va_list.  Unlike log_write, YOU
   CAN ONLY CALL THIS WITH ONE LOG TYPE (not a bitmask full of them).
   va_start() AND va_end() calls. */
void log_vwrite(int logt, const char *fmt, va_list ap);

/* Close the given log stream(s) */
void log_close(int logt);

/* Flush the given log stream(s).  In other words, all buffered output
   is written to the log immediately */
void log_flush(int logt);

/* Flush every single log stream -- all buffered output is written to the
   corresponding logs immediately */
void log_flush_all();

/* Open a log descriptor of the type given to the filename given.  If 
   append is nonzero, the file will be appended instead of clobbered if
   it already exists.  If the file does not exist, it will be created */
int log_open(int logt, int append, char *filename);

/* Output the list of ports scanned to the top of machine parseable
   logs (in a comment, unfortunately).  The items in ports should be
   in sequential order for space savings and easier to read output */
void output_ports_to_machine_parseable_output(struct scan_lists *ports, 
                                    int tcpscan, int udpscan,
                                    int protscan);

/* Similar to output_ports_to_machine_parseable_output, this function
   outputs the XML version, which is scaninfo records of each scan
   requested and the ports which it will scan for */
void output_xml_scaninfo_records(struct scan_lists *ports);

/* Writes host status info to the log streams (including STDOUT).  An
   example is "Host: (foo.bar.example.com)\tStatus: Up\n" to 
   machine log.  resolve_all should be passed nonzero if the user asked
   for all hosts (even down ones) to be resolved */
void write_host_status(Target *currenths, int resolve_all);

/* Prints the formatted OS Scan output to stdout, logfiles, etc (but only
   if an OS Scan was performed */
void printosscanoutput(Target *currenths);

/* Prints the alternate hostname/OS/device information we got from the
   service scan (if it was performed) */
void printserviceinfooutput(Target *currenths);

void printhostscriptresults(Target *currenths);
char* formatScriptOutput(struct script_scan_result ssr);

/* Print a detailed list of Nmap interfaces and routes to
   normal/skiddy/stdout output */
int print_iflist(void);

/* Prints a status message while the program is running */
void printStatusMessage();

/* Prints the statistics and other information that goes at the very end
   of an Nmap run */
void printfinaloutput();

/* Prints the names of data files that were loaded and the paths at which they
   were found. */
void printdatafilepaths();

char* xml_convert (const char* str);
#endif /* OUTPUT_H */

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