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* This file is a part of Winix
* and is distributed under the 2-Clause BSD licence.
* Author: Tomasz Sowa <>
* Copyright (c) 2008-2022, Tomasz Sowa
* All rights reserved.
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
* 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
* 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
* notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
* documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
#ifndef headerfile_winix_core_config
#define headerfile_winix_core_config
#include <string>
#include "space/spaceparser.h"
#include "log.h"
#include "filelog.h"
namespace Winix
class Config
// name of the config file
// this is the parameter passed to winix programm
std::wstring config_file;
// server mode
// you can assign any string to it such as "production" "dev"
// this value is not used by winix itself
// you can refer to it from [server_mode] and [server_mode_is] ezc functions
std::wstring server_mode;
// start as a demon (in the background)
// default: true
bool demonize;
// system user's name to whom winix should drop privileges
// used only if winix is started as the root
std::wstring user;
// system group's name to which drop privileges
// used only if winix is started as the root
std::wstring group;
// setting additional effective groups from /etc/group
// by using initgroups()
// used only if winix is started as the root
// default: true
bool additional_groups;
// log file name
std::wstring log_file;
// the log level (how much info should be inserted to logs)
// 1 - minimum
// 2 - (default)
// 3 - maximum - all logs
int log_level;
// logging to stdout too
// this option is valid only if 'demonize' option is set to 'false'
// default: false
bool log_stdout;
// how many requests should be saved in the same time
// if you have a very busy server you can incrase this value
// default: 1
int log_request;
// whether to save each line of the config (used for debugging purposes)
// default: false
bool log_save_each_line;
// time zone identifier used in log messages
// this affects only the first line of logs (where there is IP address, request method etc)
// see time_zone_default_id below for more info
// default: 34 (Coordinated Universal Time UTC+00:00)
size_t log_time_zone_id;
// put to log what server is sending back to the client (html/json etc)
// default: false
bool log_server_answer;
// logging db queries
// warning: use it only on a developer's server as it logs the hashes of passwords too
// default: false
bool log_db_query;
// logging when a plugin function is called
// default: false
bool log_plugin_call;
// how many characters in values should be logged from POST parameters
// default: 80
// set to 0 to turn it off
size_t log_post_value_size;
// request delimiter in the log file, default "---------"
std::wstring log_delimiter;
// log environment variables (fastcgi environment)
bool log_env_variables;
// log environment http variables (only HTTP_* variables from fastcgi environment)
bool log_env_http_variables;
// log headers (+cookies) which are returned to the client
// this is what winix has generated -- the web server can change or add other headers
// default: false
bool log_http_answer_headers;
// fast cgi: socket (unix domain)
std::wstring fcgi_socket;
// fast cgi: socket permissions
// chmod and chown of the socket are set before winix drops privileges
int fcgi_socket_chmod;
// fast cgi: owner of the socket
// chmod and chown of the socket are set before winix drops privileges
std::wstring fcgi_socket_user;
// fast cgi: group of the socket
// chmod and chown of the socket are set before winix drops privileges
std::wstring fcgi_socket_group;
// fcgi_socket_listen is the listen queue depth used in the listen() call
// when creating a FastCGI socket for the web server
// default: 100
int fcgi_socket_listen;
std::wstring templates_dir;
std::wstring templates_dir_default; // html templates from winix
std::wstring txt_templates_dir;
std::wstring txt_templates_dir_default; // txt (notifications) templates from winix
// prefix and postfix for functions templates
// default:
// prefix: "fun_"
// postfix: ".html"
std::wstring templates_fun_prefix;
std::wstring templates_fun_postfix;
// main html template
// default: index.html
std::wstring templates_index;
// html template used to send generic content - without site-css styles and markup (only uikit)
// default: index_generic.html
std::wstring templates_index_generic;
// html template used to send raw content
// default: index_raw.html
std::wstring templates_index_raw;
// if true then only root can use 'template' winix function
// default: false
bool template_only_root_use_template_fun;
// the database name, user name and a password for the PostgreSQL database
std::wstring db_database;
std::wstring db_user;
std::wstring db_pass;
// make database migration if needed
bool db_make_migration_if_needed;
bool db_stop_if_migration_fails;
// the name of the cookie which has the session identifier
std::wstring http_session_id_name;
// string used in a place where is a user (or group) selected
// !! IMPROVE ME should be moved to locales
std::wstring priv_no_user;
std::wstring priv_no_group;
// time in seconds when a user will be automatically logged out (iddle time)
// default: 10800 = 3 hours
int session_max_idle;
// time in seconds when a user will be automatically logged out
// when he has selected the 'remember me' option when logging in
// this time is usually greater than session_max_idle
// default: 16070400 = 3 months
int session_remember_max_idle;
// a file to which winix stores sessions info
// it is used when winix starts (boots) and quits
std::wstring session_file;
// how many sessions can be (zero turn off this checking)
// default: 1000000 (one milion)
size_t session_max;
// whether or not we should encode the session cookie
// (we have a special algorithm)
// default: false
bool session_cookie_encode;
// if session_cookie_encode is true then you should provide
// a file where AES keys will be stored
std::wstring session_keys_file;
// each session has an index -- an unsigned int value
// this value is sent in the cookie string (is encoded)
// and is incremented when session_index_time_increment time is passed since the last incrementing
// if a client sent the cookie back the difference between
// current index and the index in the cookie should be less than or equal to session_allow_index_difference
// default: 8
size_t session_allow_index_difference;
// the time which should pass after the session index is incremented
// default: 30
// (session_allow_index_difference + 1) * session_index_time_increment should be less than a time
// load of a page and all elements on it such as images (of course it depends on client's download too)
time_t session_index_time_increment;
// time in seconds after a new AES key pair should be generated
// we have 256 pairs of keys so this time multiplied by 256 should not be less than
// the max time of a session (session_remember_max_idle),
// by default: 256 * 2 days = 512 days = 1.4 year > 3 months (session_remember_max_idle)
// default: 172800 = 2 days (max: 2678400 = 1 month, min: 10)
size_t session_key_renew_time;
// after how many broken encoded cookie we should ban the current IP
// default: 2 (value in the range <0 - 65535>)
size_t broken_encoded_cookie_treshold;
// after how many incorrect session identifiers (or session indices) we should ban the current IP
// do not set this value too low, as people connecting from the same IP address (from behind a NAT)
// would be banned if they have an old session cookie remembered in the browser
// default: 128 (value in the range <0 - 65535>)
size_t session_hijacking_treshold;
// after how many times a client will be banned (or given temporary session) if it did not send a session cookie
// this can be a bot such as a Google Bot or just people connecting from a NAT and all have the same IP
// default: 128 (value in the range <0 - 65535>)
size_t no_session_cookie_treshold;
// the way we behave when no_session_cookie_treshold limit is exceeded
// 0 - if a client doesn't send a session cookie again then use a temporary session
// (other sessions from this IP address are not affected)
// 1 - add this IP address to ban list and create a temporary session
// (this will block other sessions from this IP address too)
// default: 0
int no_session_cookie_ban_mode;
// allow the winix output to be compressed
// default: true
bool compression;
// compress only if the output is greater or equal to this value
// default: 512 bytes
size_t compression_page_min_size;
// 1 - use deflate if available (or raw deflate for Internet Explorer) or don't compress
// 2 - use gzip if available or don't compress
// 10 - prefer deflate -- use deflate (or raw deflate for IE) if both deflate and gzip are available
// 20 - prefer gzip -- use gzip if both deflate and gzip are available
// default: 20
int compression_encoding;
// plugins directory
// default: /usr/local/winix/plugins
std::wstring plugins_dir;
// plugins
// you can provide either a relative path (plugins_dir will be used)
// or a full path to a plugin
std::vector<std::wstring> plugin_file;
// should the html code be cleaned by the html filter
// default: false
bool html_filter;
// how white characters between html tags are treated
// 0 - WHITE_MODE_ORIGIN - they are copied from input to output
// 1 - WHITE_MODE_SINGLE_LINE - new line characters are removed
// 2 - WHITE_MODE_TREE - try to create a tree (some kind of pretty printing)
// default: 2
int html_filter_white_char_mode;
// when long lines should be broken (a new line character will be inserted)
// default: 110
// set zero to turn off
size_t html_filter_wrap_line;
// how many spaces will be put at one tree level
// default: 2
size_t html_filter_tabs;
// use checking for 'orphans' for a specicic language
// default: true
bool html_filter_orphans;
// orphans mode
// either: "nbsp" or "160"
// default: "nbsp"
std::wstring html_filter_orphans_mode_str;
// the html nofilter tag
// content betweeng these tags (opening and closing) will not be filtered
// and this tag will not be included in the html output
// default: nofilter
std::wstring html_filter_nofilter_tag;
// the url of a new empty item (if there is not the subject too)
// !! IMPROVE ME should be moved to locale
std::wstring item_url_empty;
// maximum length of a file send by post multipart form
// default: 8388608 - 8MB
// 0 - not used
size_t post_file_max;
// directory for static files
std::wstring upload_dir;
// additional static directories *not* managed by winix
// you can refer to this directories by using 'static' mount point
// e.g.
// let we say in the config you have:
// static_dirs = ("/home/a", "/home/b", "/home/c")
// and in /etc/fstab (in winix) you have such a line:
// "static /my/dir simplefs static(2)"
// above line in /etc/fstab means that when a user enters
// then "file.txt" will be taken from "/home/c/file.txt"
// this is useful for some javascript files which are protected from running from other domains
std::vector<std::wstring> static_dirs;
// sometimes you can have trouble when you have set an incorrect static path in /etc/fstab
// in such a case set dont_use_static_dirs to true
// and winix will behave as there are not any static directories
// so you can correct your mistake and then set this value to false
bool dont_use_static_dirs;
// static common directory
// this is a place where there are some common javascripts, images, css files
// winix is allowed to read some files from there
// for example ckeditor config, vim config and so on
// winix read it as a ezc template and put it into database
// default: empty
std::wstring common_dir;
// system group's name for new uploaded files (created directories in the file system)
// it can be empty (it is not used then)
std::wstring upload_group;
// this value will be set based on upload_group
// will be -1 if upload_group is empty or if it is invalid
int upload_group_int;
// chmod of newly created directories (under upload_dir)
// default: 0750
int upload_dirs_chmod;
// chmod of newly created files (under upload_dir)
// default: 0640
int upload_files_chmod;
// create a thumbnail from an image
// default: true
bool create_thumb;
// the mode of creating a thumbnail
// width means thumb_cx, height means thumb_cy
// 1: Width given, height automagically selected to preserve aspect ratio.
// 2: Height given, width automagically selected to preserve aspect ratio.
// 3: Maximum values of height and width given, aspect ratio preserved.
// 4: Minimum values of width and height given, aspect ratio preserved.
// 5: Width and height emphatically given, original aspect ratio ignored.
// 6: Change as per widthxheight (3) but only if an image dimension exceeds a specified dimension.
// 7: Change dimensions only if both image dimensions are less than specified dimensions.
// default: 2
int thumb_mode;
// width of thumbnails
// default: 150
size_t thumb_cx;
// height of thumbnails
// default: 150
size_t thumb_cy;
// quality of thumbnails
// from 0 (the worst) to 100 (the best)
// more info:
// default: 92
int thumb_quality;
// resizing images
// this not affects thumbnails
// default: true
bool image_resize;
// the mode of resizing an image
// the same as 'thumb_mode' above
// default: 6
int image_mode;
// width of images
// default: 1000
size_t image_cx;
// height of images
// default: 800
size_t image_cy;
// quality of an image (the same as in thumbnails)
// from 0 (the worst) to 100 (the best)
// default: 92
int image_quality;
// the convert program (ImageMagic) (for images and thumbnails)
// default: /usr/local/bin/convert
std::wstring convert_cmd;
// directory with locale files
std::wstring locale_dir;
// directory with default locale files (those from winix)
std::wstring locale_dir_default;
// locale files (e.g. "en", "pl")
// default: only one item: en
std::vector<std::wstring> locale_files;
// a maximum value of a locale identifier
// default: 100 (maximum: 1000)
// each locale files should have its own identifier (in "winix_locale_id" field)
// from zero to this value
size_t locale_max_id;
// locale for not logged users
// or for newly created accounts
// default: 0
size_t locale_default_id;
// url protocol
// default: http://
std::wstring url_proto;
// url protocol when using SSL
// default: https://
std::wstring url_ssl_proto;
// enables SSL
// it means this site should be accessed through SSL encrypted connection
// default: false
bool use_ssl;
// enables SSL for static content
// used mainly in templates, look at doc_base_url_static ezc function
// default: false
bool use_ssl_static;
// enables SSL for common content
// used mainly in templates, look at doc_base_url_common ezc function
// default: false
bool use_ssl_common;
// if SSL is enabled then if this is true the SSL will be used
// only for logged users
// default: false
bool use_ssl_only_for_logged_users;
// if current connection is without SSL and should be made through SSL
// or if is via SSL and should be done in plain text
// then we make a redirect
// default: 303
int use_ssl_redirect_code;
// winix is testing an environment variable "HTTPS" for the value "on"
// to think that the connection is made via SSL
// you can set assume_connection_is_through_ssl to true for the winix
// to not testing any environment variables but just think the connection
// was made by https (useful when using proxy)
// default: false
bool assume_connection_is_through_ssl;
// when the HOST_HTTP environment variable is not equal to 'base_url'
// (the part 'http://' and the last slash is removed)
// the server will redirect into base_url + 'REQUEST_URI'
// it's useful when you want to redirect from 'mydomain.tld' into 'www.mydomain.tld' etc.
// set this option to false if you have multiple subdomains
// default: false
bool base_url_redirect;
// the HTTP code used during the base redirect
// default: 301
int base_url_redirect_code;
// the main address of the site (e.g.
// (without http:// prefix)
std::wstring base_url;
// static content not authorized by winix
// (e.g.
std::wstring base_url_static;
// additional static server for common content (not authorized)
// (e.g.
std::wstring base_url_common;
// separator used in <title> html tag
std::wstring title_separator;
// how to send static files (uploaded by users) to the webserver
// 0 - winix will read the content of the file and send it back to the webserver
// 1 - winix will use send_file_header header with a full path to the file
// 2 - winix will use send_file_header header with a relative path to the file
// default: 0
// 0 can be be used with all webservers but it requires to copy the whole file content
// you can omit copying the content with values 1 or 2:
// for Apache set: 1
// for Lighttpd set: 1
// for Nginx set: 2
int send_file_mode;
// http header recognized by www server as a file to send back, used if send_file_mode is 1 or 2
// default: X-SENDFILE
// for Apache set: X-SENDFILE (Apache needs an external module:
// for Lighttpd set: X-LIGHTTPD-send-file (
// for Nginx set: X-Accel-Redirect (
std::wstring send_file_header;
// relative prefix used for sending static files if send_file_mode is 2
// default: "upload-files-internal"
// this prefix is added at the beginning of a relative file path e.g.
// /upload-files-internal/simplefs/normal/some_directories/file.jpg
// in Nginx config file use 'location' with the prefix, e.g:
// server {
// .....
// location /upload-files-internal/ {
// alias /path/to/winix/upload/; # trailing slash at the end
// internal;
// }
// }
std::wstring send_file_relative_prefix;
// in editors (emacs, ckeditor,...) the html will be filtered and unsafe tags
// will be dropped (script, frame, etc.)
// default: true;
bool editors_html_safe_mode;
// don't filter the html code for root
// default: true
// (if true the html code for root is not filtered)
bool editors_html_safe_mode_skip_root;
// how many maximum symlinks can be followed
// (symlinks on directories as well)
// default: 20
size_t symlinks_follow_max;
// the prefix of a name of html form controls used in the ticket plugin
// default: ticketparam
std::wstring ticket_form_prefix;
// the minimal size of a user's password
// default: 5
size_t pass_min_size;
// how passwords should be stored
// 0 - plain text
// 1 - md4 hash
// 2 - md5 hash
// 10 - sha1 hash
// 11 - sha224 hash
// 12 - sha256 hash (default)
// 13 - sha384 hash
// 14 - sha512 hash
int pass_type;
// whether the passwords' hashes should be salted or not
// this affects newly created accounts
// default: false
bool pass_hash_use_salt;
// salt to a password's hash
// default empty
// !! once you set this salt don't change it any more (people wouldn't be allowed to login)
std::wstring pass_hash_salt;
// whether the passwords' hashes should be encrypted
// this affects newly created accounts
// default: false
bool pass_use_rsa;
// path to a RSA private key
// this is actually private + public key in one file
// generated by "openssl genrsa"
// default empty which means encryption will not be used
// !! once you set these keys don't change it any more (people wouldn't be allowed to login)
std::wstring pass_rsa_private_key;
// path to 'openssl'
// default: /usr/bin/openssl
std::wstring opensll_path;
// setting when we should delete patterns (EZC patterns)
// we are deleting when we have more (or equal) patterns than 'when_delete'
// and then we are deleting 'how_many_del' patterns
// those patterns comes from items (pages) with executable bit set
size_t pattern_cacher_when_delete;
size_t pattern_cacher_how_many_delete;
// header "Content-Type" send to the client
// 0 - text/html - for HTML
// 1 - application/xhtml+xml - for XHTML 1.0
// 2 - application/xml - for XHTML 1.0 or for XHTML 1.1
// default: 0
// if utf8 is true then "; charset=UTF-8" will also be appended
// may it would be better to set just the string here instead of integers?
int content_type_header;
// global umask
// it is used when an user doesn't have your own umask or for guests (not logged users)
// default: 0222
int umask;
// maximum number for elements through the whole template
// default: 50000
size_t ezc_max_elements;
// maximum number of each [for] loop
// default: 5000 (from ezc generator)
size_t ezc_max_loop_elements;
// how many output streams do we have in Request class
// those streams used in ajax responses
// you can use no more [ezc frames] statements than this limit
// default: 128
size_t ezc_out_streams_size;
// the name of the url parameter for returning a frame, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/frame:foo
// default: frame
std::wstring request_frame_parameter;
// the name of the url parameter for returning all frames, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/all_frames
// default: all_frames
std::wstring request_all_frames_parameter;
// the name of the url parameter for returning the main ezc stream, e.g. https://domain.tld/mydir/myfunction/main_stream
// default: main_stream
std::wstring request_main_stream_parameter;
// max lenght of the url frame parameter
// default: 128
size_t request_frame_parameter_max_length;
// max number of frames in the frame url parameter (they are separated by a comma)
// default: 16
// if you need more frames you can use all_frames url parameter to return all frames
size_t request_frame_parameter_max_frames;
// the name of the root element when serializing request answer to xml
// default: winix
std::wstring xml_root;
// the name of the field of the binary stream when serializing a request
// default: bin_stream
std::wstring bin_stream_field;
// the name of the field of the main ezc stream when serializing a request
// default: main_stream
std::wstring main_stream_field;
// the name of the field (object) of the ezc frames when serializing a request
// default: ezc_frames
std::wstring ezc_frames_field;
// max Accept header mime types to be parsed in a request
// default: 8
size_t request_max_accept_fields;
// max Accept-Language languages to be parsed in a request
// default: 8
size_t request_max_accept_language_fields;
// when true then when a user want to create a new account
// he has to provide his email and a message will be sent back to him
// with a link to activate the account
// default: true
bool account_need_email_verification;
// when a user forgot his password we are able to send an email to him
// with a link to the page where there is a html form for setting a new password
// this option tells how long (in seconds) the link is valid
// default: 86400 (24 hours)
long reset_password_code_expiration_time;
// time zone identifier for not logged users
// or for newly created accounts
// those identifiers you can see in etc/time_zones.conf file
// or by using timezone winix function with 'a' parameter (timezone/a) (!!IMPROVE ME NOT IMPLEMENTED YET)
// default: 34 (Coordinated Universal Time UTC+00:00)
size_t time_zone_default_id;
// a maximum value of a time zone identifier
// time zones with an id greater than this will be skipped
// default: 130 (maximum: 1000)
size_t time_zone_max_id;
// a directory in which there are some config files
// used mainly when winix starts
// default: empty (means not for using)
std::wstring etc_dir;
// a file in etc_dir with time zones info
// default: time_zones.conf
// this is a Space structure with all time zones
// with following format:
// "tz_-12:00" ( # the name of a space is also a key to the locale files
// tz_offset_str = "-12:00" # a string representing the offset from UTC in a format: [+|-]HH:MM
// tz_has_dst = "false" # whether the time zone has daylight saving time (bool)
// tz_dst_offset = "" # offset of the daylight saving time
// tz_dst_start = "" # when the daylight saving time starts, format: MM:DD HH:MM:SS
// tz_dst_end = "") # when the daylight saving time ends, format: MM:DD HH:MM:SS
// each time zone is in a seperate space
std::wstring time_zones_file;
// turn on the IP ban mechanizm
// we have got three levels of bans (level 1, level 2, and the highest level 3)
// default: true
bool use_ban_list;
// the so called 'soft' max size
// read below description for explanation
// this is introduced to avoid deleting only one record from the ban list
// default: 50000
size_t ban_list_soft_max_size;
// this is the 'hard' max size of an IP's ban list
// if there are more records than this value
// then some of them will be removed (until the size will be ban_list_soft_max_size equal)
// this value should be a little larger from ban_list_soft_max_size
// default: 51000
size_t ban_list_max_size;
// delay in seconds of the first level ban
// default: 1800 (30 minutes)
// it means withing the next 30 minutes you see only 'you are banned...' message on your webbrowser
size_t ban_level_1_delay;
// delay in seconds of the second level ban
// default: 86400 (24 hours)
size_t ban_level_2_delay;
// delay in seconds of the third level ban
// default: 604800 (7 days)
size_t ban_level_3_delay;
// the minimum time in seconds which has to pass between the first GET request
// (showing your the login form) and the second POST request (which sends the
// login and password to the server)
// if the time is shorter then the login attempt is treated as incorrect
// (the same as if you provide incorrect user/password)
// default: 2
size_t incorrect_login_min_time_between_get_post;
// how many incorrect logins there must have been passed to display a captcha
// next to the login form
// default: 3 (value in the range <0 - 65535>)
size_t incorrect_login_captcha_treshold;
// the way how we prevent to login if there are too many incorrect login attempts
// 0 - 'block logging' - do not show the login form in 'login' winix function
// (instead a warning message will be printed)
// 1 - add to ban list (warning: people from this IP will not be able to see your site and do anything)
// default: 0
int incorrect_login_cannot_login_mode;
// after how many incorrect login attempts we do the incorrect_login_cannot_login_mode action
// default: 20 (value in the range <0 - 65535>)
size_t incorrect_login_cannot_login_treshold;
// used when incorrect_login_cannot_login_mode is zero
// it is the time which should be passed to allow logging
// default: 1800 (30 minutes)
// if incorrect_login_cannot_login_mode is one then ban_level_X_delay times
// will be taken accordingly
size_t incorrect_login_cannot_login_delay;
// pid file (a full path to a pid file)
// default: empty which means there is not a pid file used
// pid file is saved after winix has dropped privileges
std::wstring pid_file;
// allow to use [ezc frame] statements in executable items (used in 'run' winix function)
// default false
// warning: if you enable this options a user can override a different output stream when using ajax
bool allow_ezc_frames_in_executable_items;
// check whether there is a 'log_proxy_ip_header' header
// and if so then log the IP address from it
// default: false
bool check_proxy_ip_header;
// proxy header representing the real IP address of a client
// default: X_Real_IP
std::wstring proxy_ip_header;
// antispam mechanizm
// size of an list for map: form_id to counter_id for anonymous users (each session has such an map)
// this value allowes you to open the same or different html form in the browser more than once
// and each form has its own form_id and counter_id
// default: 10 (max ten forms can be open in different tabs)
size_t antispam_list_max_size;
// send "Cache-Control: no-store, max-age=0" http header if a request is made by htmx library (ajax)
// if a webbrowser get a page from the cache then it will render just the last request without the whole html page (css, js, etc)
bool add_header_cache_no_store_in_htmx_request;
bool ReadConfig(bool errors_to_stdout_, bool stdout_is_closed = true);
* there was a change in Pikotools
* before Text() returns a reference to the std::wstring
std::wstring Text(const wchar_t * name);
std::wstring Text(const wchar_t * name, const wchar_t * def);
std::wstring Text(const std::wstring & name, const wchar_t * def);
int Int(const wchar_t *);
int Int(const wchar_t * name, int def);
int Int(const std::wstring & name, int def);
long Long(const wchar_t *);
long Long(const wchar_t * name, long def);
long Long(const std::wstring & name, long def);
size_t Size(const wchar_t *);
size_t Size(const wchar_t * name, size_t def);
size_t Size(const std::wstring & name, size_t def);
bool Bool(const wchar_t *);
bool Bool(const wchar_t * name, bool def);
bool Bool(const std::wstring & name, bool def);
bool ListText(const wchar_t * name, std::vector<std::wstring> & list);
bool ListText(const std::wstring & name, std::vector<std::wstring> & list);
bool HasValue(const wchar_t * name, const wchar_t * value);
bool HasValue(const std::wstring & name, const std::wstring & value);
// for debug
//void Print(std::wostream & out);
// raw access to the config
pt::Space space;
void SetFileLog(FileLog * file_log);
void SetLogBuffer(pt::WTextStream * log_buffer);
pt::SpaceParser parser;
bool errors_to_stdout;
Log log;
void ShowError();
void AssignValues(bool stdout_is_closed);
void SetAdditionalVariables();
void CheckPasswd();
} // namespace Winix