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#!/bin/bash
# Copyright 1999-2005 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Id: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-src/portage/bin/ebuild.sh,v 1.201.2.42 2005/08/20 17:24:30 jstubbs Exp $
export SANDBOX_PREDICT="${SANDBOX_PREDICT}:/proc/self/maps:/dev/console:/usr/lib/portage/pym:/dev/random"
export SANDBOX_WRITE="${SANDBOX_WRITE}:/dev/shm:${PORTAGE_TMPDIR}"
export SANDBOX_READ="${SANDBOX_READ}:/dev/shm:${PORTAGE_TMPDIR}"
if [ ! -z "${PORTAGE_GPG_DIR}" ]; then
SANDBOX_PREDICT="${SANDBOX_PREDICT}:${PORTAGE_GPG_DIR}"
fi
if [ "$*" != "depend" ] && [ "$*" != "clean" ] && [ "$*" != "nofetch" ]; then
if [ -f "${T}/environment" ]; then
source "${T}/environment" &>/dev/null
fi
fi
if [ -n "$#" ]; then
ARGS="${*}"
fi
declare -rx EBUILD_PHASE="$*"
# Prevent aliases from causing portage to act inappropriately.
# Make sure it's before everything so we don't mess aliases that follow.
unalias -a
# Unset some variables that break things.
unset GZIP BZIP BZIP2 CDPATH GREP_OPTIONS GREP_COLOR GLOBIGNORE
# We need this next line for "die" and "assert". It expands
# It _must_ preceed all the calls to die and assert.
shopt -s expand_aliases
alias die='diefunc "$FUNCNAME" "$LINENO" "$?"'
alias assert='_pipestatus="${PIPESTATUS[*]}"; [[ "${_pipestatus// /}" -eq 0 ]] || diefunc "$FUNCNAME" "$LINENO" "$_pipestatus"'
alias save_IFS='[ "${IFS:-unset}" != "unset" ] && old_IFS="${IFS}"'
alias restore_IFS='if [ "${old_IFS:-unset}" != "unset" ]; then IFS="${old_IFS}"; unset old_IFS; else unset IFS; fi'
OCC="$CC"
OCXX="$CXX"
source /etc/profile.env &>/dev/null
if [ -f "${PORTAGE_BASHRC}" ]; then
source "${PORTAGE_BASHRC}"
fi
[ ! -z "$OCC" ] && export CC="$OCC"
[ ! -z "$OCXX" ] && export CXX="$OCXX"
export PATH="/sbin:/usr/sbin:/usr/lib/portage/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:${ROOTPATH}"
[ ! -z "$PREROOTPATH" ] && export PATH="${PREROOTPATH%%:}:$PATH"
if [ -e /etc/init.d/functions.sh ]; then
source /etc/init.d/functions.sh &>/dev/null
elif [ -e /etc/rc.d/config/functions ]; then
source /etc/rc.d/config/functions &>/dev/null
else
#Mac OS X
source /usr/lib/portage/bin/functions.sh &>/dev/null
fi
# the sandbox is disabled by default except when overridden in the relevant stages
export SANDBOX_ON="0"
# sandbox support functions; defined prior to profile.bashrc srcing, since the profile might need to add a default exception (/usr/lib64/conftest fex, bug #60147)
addread()
{
export SANDBOX_READ="$SANDBOX_READ:$1"
}
addwrite()
{
export SANDBOX_WRITE="$SANDBOX_WRITE:$1"
}
adddeny()
{
export SANDBOX_DENY="$SANDBOX_DENY:$1"
}
addpredict()
{
export SANDBOX_PREDICT="$SANDBOX_PREDICT:$1"
}
lchown()
{
chown -h "$@"
}
lchgrp()
{
chgrp -h "$@"
}
# source the existing profile.bashrc's.
save_IFS
IFS=$'\n'
for dir in ${PROFILE_PATHS}; do
# Must unset it so that it doesn't mess up assumptions in the RCs.
unset IFS
if [ -f "${dir}/profile.bashrc" ]; then
source "${dir}/profile.bashrc"
fi
done
restore_IFS
esyslog() {
# Custom version of esyslog() to take care of the "Red Star" bug.
# MUST follow functions.sh to override the "" parameter problem.
return 0
}
use() {
if useq ${1}; then
return 0
fi
return 1
}
usev() {
if useq ${1}; then
echo "${1}"
return 0
fi
return 1
}
useq() {
local u="${1}"
local neg=0
if [ "${u:0:1}" == "!" ]; then
u="${u:1}"
neg=1
fi
local x
# Make sure we have this USE flag in IUSE
if ! hasq "${u}" ${IUSE} ${E_IUSE} && ! hasq "${u}" ${PORTAGE_ARCHLIST} selinux; then
echo "QA Notice: USE Flag '${u}' not in IUSE for ${CATEGORY}/${PF}" >&2
fi
for x in ${USE}; do
if [ "${x}" == "${u}" ]; then
if [ ${neg} -eq 1 ]; then
return 1
else
return 0
fi
fi
done
if [ ${neg} -eq 1 ]; then
return 0
else
return 1
fi
}
has() {
if hasq "$@"; then
return 0
fi
return 1
}
hasv() {
if hasq "$@"; then
echo "${1}"
return 0
fi
return 1
}
hasq() {
local x
local me=$1
shift
# All the TTY checks really only help out depend. Which is nice.
# Logging kills all this anyway. Everything becomes a pipe. --NJ
for x in "$@"; do
if [ "${x}" == "${me}" ]; then
return 0
fi
done
return 1
}
has_version() {
if [ "${EBUILD_PHASE}" == "depend" ]; then
die "portageq calls (has_version calls portageq) are not allowed in the global scope"
fi
# return shell-true/shell-false if exists.
# Takes single depend-type atoms.
if /usr/lib/portage/bin/portageq 'has_version' "${ROOT}" "$1"; then
return 0
else
return 1
fi
}
portageq() {
if [ "${EBUILD_PHASE}" == "depend" ]; then
die "portageq calls are not allowed in the global scope"
fi
/usr/lib/portage/bin/portageq "$@"
}
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
best_version() {
if [ "${EBUILD_PHASE}" == "depend" ]; then
die "portageq calls (best_version calls portageq) are not allowed in the global scope"
fi
# returns the best/most-current match.
# Takes single depend-type atoms.
/usr/lib/portage/bin/portageq 'best_version' "${ROOT}" "$1"
}
use_with() {
if [ -z "$1" ]; then
echo "!!! use_with() called without a parameter." >&2
echo "!!! use_with <USEFLAG> [<flagname> [value]]" >&2
return 1
fi
local UW_SUFFIX=""
if [ ! -z "${3}" ]; then
UW_SUFFIX="=${3}"
fi
local UWORD="$2"
if [ -z "${UWORD}" ]; then
UWORD="$1"
fi
if useq $1; then
echo "--with-${UWORD}${UW_SUFFIX}"
else
echo "--without-${UWORD}"
fi
return 0
}
use_enable() {
if [ -z "$1" ]; then
echo "!!! use_enable() called without a parameter." >&2
echo "!!! use_enable <USEFLAG> [<flagname> [value]]" >&2
return 1
fi
local UE_SUFFIX=""
if [ ! -z "${3}" ]; then
UE_SUFFIX="=${3}"
fi
local UWORD="$2"
if [ -z "${UWORD}" ]; then
UWORD="$1"
fi
if useq $1; then
echo "--enable-${UWORD}${UE_SUFFIX}"
else
echo "--disable-${UWORD}"
fi
return 0
}
diefunc() {
local funcname="$1" lineno="$2" exitcode="$3"
shift 3
echo >&2
echo "!!! ERROR: $CATEGORY/$PF failed." >&2
echo "!!! Function $funcname, Line $lineno, Exitcode $exitcode" >&2
echo "!!! ${*:-(no error message)}" >&2
echo "!!! If you need support, post the topmost build error, NOT this status message." >&2
echo >&2
if [ "${EBUILD_PHASE/depend}" == "${EBUILD_PHASE}" ]; then
for x in $EBUILD_DEATH_HOOKS; do
${x} "$@" >&2 1>&2
done
fi
exit 1
}
#if no perms are specified, dirs/files will have decent defaults
#(not secretive, but not stupid)
umask 022
export DESTTREE=/usr
export INSDESTTREE=""
export EXEDESTTREE=""
export DOCDESTTREE=""
export INSOPTIONS="-m0644"
export EXEOPTIONS="-m0755"
export LIBOPTIONS="-m0644"
export DIROPTIONS="-m0755"
export MOPREFIX=${PN}
check_KV()
{
if [ -z "${KV}" ]; then
eerror ""
eerror "Could not determine your kernel version."
eerror "Make sure that you have /usr/src/linux symlink."
eerror "And that said kernel has been configured."
eerror "You can also simply run the following command"
eerror "in the kernel referenced by /usr/src/linux:"
eerror " make include/linux/version.h"
eerror ""
die
fi
}
# adds ".keep" files so that dirs aren't auto-cleaned
keepdir()
{
dodir "$@"
local x
if [ "$1" == "-R" ] || [ "$1" == "-r" ]; then
shift
find "$@" -type d -printf "${D}/%p/.keep\n" | tr "\n" "\0" | $XARGS -0 -n100 touch || die "Failed to recursive create .keep files"
else
for x in "$@"; do
touch "${D}/${x}/.keep" || die "Failed to create .keep in ${D}/${x}"
done
fi
}
unpack() {
local x
local y
local myfail
local tarvars
if [ "$USERLAND" == "BSD" ]; then
tarvars=""
else
tarvars="--no-same-owner"
fi
[ -z "$*" ] && die "Nothing passed to the 'unpack' command"
for x in "$@"; do
echo ">>> Unpacking ${x} to ${PWD}"
y=${x%.*}
y=${y##*.}
myfail="${x} does not exist"
if [ "${x:0:2}" = "./" ] ; then
srcdir=""
else
srcdir="${DISTDIR}/"
fi
[ ! -s "${srcdir}${x}" ] && die "$myfail"
myfail="failure unpacking ${x}"
case "${x##*.}" in
tar)
tar xf "${srcdir}${x}" ${tarvars} || die "$myfail"
;;
tgz)
tar xzf "${srcdir}${x}" ${tarvars} || die "$myfail"
;;
tbz2)
bzip2 -dc "${srcdir}${x}" | tar xf - ${tarvars}
assert "$myfail"
;;
ZIP|zip|jar)
unzip -qo "${srcdir}${x}" || die "$myfail"
;;
gz|Z|z)
if [ "${y}" == "tar" ]; then
tar zxf "${srcdir}${x}" ${tarvars} || die "$myfail"
else
gzip -dc "${srcdir}${x}" > ${x%.*} || die "$myfail"
fi
;;
bz2)
if [ "${y}" == "tar" ]; then
bzip2 -dc "${srcdir}${x}" | tar xf - ${tarvars}
assert "$myfail"
else
bzip2 -dc "${srcdir}${x}" > ${x%.*} || die "$myfail"
fi
;;
RAR|rar)
unrar x -idq "${srcdir}/${x}" || die "$myfail"
;;
*)
echo "unpack ${x}: file format not recognized. Ignoring."
;;
esac
done
}
strip_duplicate_slashes () {
if [ -n "${1}" ]; then
local removed="${1/\/\///}"
[ "${removed}" != "${removed/\/\///}" ] && removed=$(strip_duplicate_slashes "${removed}")
echo ${removed}
fi
}
econf() {
local LOCAL_EXTRA_ECONF="${EXTRA_ECONF}"
if [ -z "${ECONF_SOURCE}" ]; then
ECONF_SOURCE="."
fi
if [ -x "${ECONF_SOURCE}/configure" ]; then
if [ -e /usr/share/gnuconfig/ ]; then
local x
for x in $(find "${WORKDIR}" -type f '(' -name config.guess -o -name config.sub ')') ; do
echo " * econf: updating ${x/${WORKDIR}\/} with /usr/share/gnuconfig/${x##*/}"
cp -f /usr/share/gnuconfig/${x##*/} ${x}
done
fi
if [ ! -z "${CBUILD}" ]; then
LOCAL_EXTRA_ECONF="--build=${CBUILD} ${LOCAL_EXTRA_ECONF}"
fi
if [ ! -z "${CTARGET}" ]; then
LOCAL_EXTRA_ECONF="--target=${CTARGET} ${LOCAL_EXTRA_ECONF}"
fi
# if the profile defines a location to install libs to aside from default, pass it on.
# if the ebuild passes in --libdir, they're responsible for the conf_libdir fun.
LIBDIR_VAR="LIBDIR_${ABI}"
if [ -n "${ABI}" -a -n "${!LIBDIR_VAR}" ]; then
CONF_LIBDIR="${!LIBDIR_VAR}"
fi
unset LIBDIR_VAR
if [ -n "${CONF_LIBDIR}" ] && [ "${*/--libdir}" == "$*" ]; then
if [ "${*/--exec-prefix}" != "$*" ]; then
local args="$(echo $*)"
local -a pref=($(echo ${args/*--exec-prefix[= ]}))
CONF_PREFIX=${pref}
[ "${CONF_PREFIX:0:1}" != "/" ] && CONF_PREFIX="/${CONF_PREFIX}"
elif [ "${*/--prefix}" != "$*" ]; then
local args="$(echo $*)"
local -a pref=($(echo ${args/*--prefix[= ]}))
CONF_PREFIX=${pref}
[ "${CONF_PREFIX:0:1}" != "/" ] && CONF_PREFIX="/${CONF_PREFIX}"
else
CONF_PREFIX="/usr"
fi
export CONF_PREFIX
[ "${CONF_LIBDIR:0:1}" != "/" ] && CONF_LIBDIR="/${CONF_LIBDIR}"
CONF_LIBDIR_RESULT="${CONF_PREFIX}${CONF_LIBDIR}"
for X in 1 2 3; do
# The escaping is weird. It will break if you escape the last one.
CONF_LIBDIR_RESULT="${CONF_LIBDIR_RESULT//\/\///}"
done
LOCAL_EXTRA_ECONF="--libdir=${CONF_LIBDIR_RESULT} ${LOCAL_EXTRA_ECONF}"
fi
echo "${ECONF_SOURCE}/configure" \
--prefix=/usr \
--host=${CHOST} \
--mandir=/usr/share/man \
--infodir=/usr/share/info \
--datadir=/usr/share \
--sysconfdir=/etc \
--localstatedir=/var/lib \
"$@" \
${LOCAL_EXTRA_ECONF}
if ! "${ECONF_SOURCE}/configure" \
--prefix=/usr \
--host=${CHOST} \
--mandir=/usr/share/man \
--infodir=/usr/share/info \
--datadir=/usr/share \
--sysconfdir=/etc \
--localstatedir=/var/lib \
"$@" \
${LOCAL_EXTRA_ECONF}; then
if [ -s config.log ]; then
echo
echo "!!! Please attach the config.log to your bug report:"
echo "!!! ${PWD}/config.log"
fi
die "econf failed"
fi
else
die "no configure script found"
fi
}
einstall() {
# CONF_PREFIX is only set if they didn't pass in libdir above.
LIBDIR_VAR="LIBDIR_${ABI}"
if [ -n "${ABI}" -a -n "${!LIBDIR_VAR}" ]; then
CONF_LIBDIR="${!LIBDIR_VAR}"
fi
unset LIBDIR_VAR
if [ -n "${CONF_LIBDIR}" ] && [ "${CONF_PREFIX:-unset}" != "unset" ]; then
EI_DESTLIBDIR="${D}/${CONF_PREFIX}/${CONF_LIBDIR}"
EI_DESTLIBDIR="$(strip_duplicate_slashes ${EI_DESTLIBDIR})"
EXTRA_EINSTALL="libdir=${EI_DESTLIBDIR} ${EXTRA_EINSTALL}"
unset EI_DESTLIBDIR
fi
if [ -f ./[mM]akefile -o -f ./GNUmakefile ] ; then
if [ ! -z "${PORTAGE_DEBUG}" ]; then
make -n prefix=${D}/usr \
datadir=${D}/usr/share \
infodir=${D}/usr/share/info \
localstatedir=${D}/var/lib \
mandir=${D}/usr/share/man \
sysconfdir=${D}/etc \
${EXTRA_EINSTALL} \
"$@" install
fi
make prefix=${D}/usr \
datadir=${D}/usr/share \
infodir=${D}/usr/share/info \
localstatedir=${D}/var/lib \
mandir=${D}/usr/share/man \
sysconfdir=${D}/etc \
${EXTRA_EINSTALL} \
"$@" install || die "einstall failed"
else
die "no Makefile found"
fi
}
pkg_setup()
{
return
}
pkg_nofetch()
{
[ -z "${SRC_URI}" ] && return
echo "!!! The following are listed in SRC_URI for ${PN}:"
for MYFILE in `echo ${SRC_URI}`; do
echo "!!! $MYFILE"
done
}
src_unpack() {
if [ "${A}" != "" ]; then
unpack ${A}
fi
}
src_compile() {
if [ -x ./configure ]; then
econf
fi
if [ -f Makefile ] || [ -f GNUmakefile ] || [ -f makefile ]; then
emake || die "emake failed"
fi
}
src_test()
{
addpredict /
if make check -n &> /dev/null; then
echo ">>> Test phase [check]: ${CATEGORY}/${PF}"
if ! make check; then
hasq test $FEATURES && die "Make check failed. See above for details."
hasq test $FEATURES || eerror "Make check failed. See above for details."
fi
elif make test -n &> /dev/null; then
echo ">>> Test phase [test]: ${CATEGORY}/${PF}"
if ! make test; then
hasq test $FEATURES && die "Make test failed. See above for details."
hasq test $FEATURES || eerror "Make test failed. See above for details."
fi
else
echo ">>> Test phase [none]: ${CATEGORY}/${PF}"
fi
SANDBOX_PREDICT="${SANDBOX_PREDICT%:/}"
}
src_install()
{
return
}
pkg_preinst()
{
return
}
pkg_postinst()
{
return
}
pkg_prerm()
{
return
}
pkg_postrm()
{
return
}
pkg_config()
{
eerror "This ebuild does not have a config function."
}
# Used to generate the /lib/cpp and /usr/bin/cc wrappers
gen_wrapper() {
cat > $1 << END
#!/bin/sh
$2 "\$@"
END
chmod 0755 $1
}
dyn_setup()
{
pkg_setup
}
dyn_unpack() {
trap "abort_unpack" SIGINT SIGQUIT
local newstuff="no"
if [ -e "${WORKDIR}" ]; then
local x
local checkme
for x in ${AA}; do
echo ">>> Checking ${x}'s mtime..."
if [ "${DISTDIR}/${x}" -nt "${WORKDIR}" ]; then
echo ">>> ${x} has been updated; recreating WORKDIR..."
newstuff="yes"
rm -rf "${WORKDIR}"
break
fi
done
if [ "${EBUILD}" -nt "${WORKDIR}" ]; then
echo ">>> ${EBUILD} has been updated; recreating WORKDIR..."
newstuff="yes"
rm -rf "${WORKDIR}"
elif [ ! -f "${BUILDDIR}/.unpacked" ]; then
echo ">>> Not marked as unpacked; recreating WORKDIR..."
newstuff="yes"
rm -rf "${WORKDIR}"
fi
fi
if [ -e "${WORKDIR}" ]; then
if [ "$newstuff" == "no" ]; then
echo ">>> WORKDIR is up-to-date, keeping..."
return 0
fi
fi
install -m0700 -d "${WORKDIR}" || die "Failed to create dir '${WORKDIR}'"
[ -d "$WORKDIR" ] && cd "${WORKDIR}"
echo ">>> Unpacking source..."
src_unpack
touch "${BUILDDIR}/.unpacked" || die "IO Failure -- Failed 'touch .unpacked' in BUILDIR"
echo ">>> Source unpacked."
cd "$BUILDDIR"
trap SIGINT SIGQUIT
}
dyn_clean() {
if [ "$USERLAND" == "BSD" ] && type -p chflags &>/dev/null; then
chflags -R noschg,nouchg,nosappnd,nouappnd,nosunlnk,nouunlnk \
"${BUILDDIR}"
fi
if [ "$USERLAND" == "Darwin" ] && type -p chflags &>/dev/null; then
chflags -R noschg,nouchg,nosappnd,nouappnd "${BUILDDIR}"
fi
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/image"
if ! hasq keeptemp $FEATURES; then
rm -rf "${T}"
else
mv "${T}/environment" "${T}/environment.keeptemp"
fi
if ! hasq keepwork $FEATURES; then
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/.unpacked"
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/.compiled"
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/.tested"
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/.installed"
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/.packaged"
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/build-info"
rm -rf "${WORKDIR}"
fi
if [ -f "${BUILDDIR}/.unpacked" ]; then
find "${BUILDDIR}" -type d ! -regex "^${WORKDIR}" | sort -r | tr "\n" "\0" | $XARGS -0 rmdir &>/dev/null
fi
if [ -z "$(find "${BUILDDIR}" -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1)" ]; then
rmdir "${BUILDDIR}"
fi
true
}
into() {
if [ $1 == "/" ]; then
export DESTTREE=""
else
export DESTTREE=$1
if [ ! -d "${D}${DESTTREE}" ]; then
install -d "${D}${DESTTREE}"
fi
fi
}
insinto() {
if [ "$1" == "/" ]; then
export INSDESTTREE=""
else
export INSDESTTREE=$1
if [ ! -d "${D}${INSDESTTREE}" ]; then
install -d "${D}${INSDESTTREE}"
fi
fi
}
exeinto() {
if [ "$1" == "/" ]; then
export EXEDESTTREE=""
else
export EXEDESTTREE="$1"
if [ ! -d "${D}${EXEDESTTREE}" ]; then
install -d "${D}${EXEDESTTREE}"
fi
fi
}
docinto() {
if [ "$1" == "/" ]; then
export DOCDESTTREE=""
else
export DOCDESTTREE="$1"
if [ ! -d "${D}usr/share/doc/${PF}/${DOCDESTTREE}" ]; then
install -d "${D}usr/share/doc/${PF}/${DOCDESTTREE}"
fi
fi
}
insopts() {
INSOPTIONS=""
for x in $*; do
#if we have a debug build, let's not strip anything
if hasq nostrip $FEATURES $RESTRICT && [ "$x" == "-s" ]; then
continue
else
INSOPTIONS="$INSOPTIONS $x"
fi
done
export INSOPTIONS
}
diropts() {
DIROPTIONS=""
for x in $*; do
DIROPTIONS="${DIROPTIONS} $x"
done
export DIROPTIONS
}
exeopts() {
EXEOPTIONS=""
for x in $*; do
#if we have a debug build, let's not strip anything
if hasq nostrip $FEATURES $RESTRICT && [ "$x" == "-s" ]; then
continue
else
EXEOPTIONS="$EXEOPTIONS $x"
fi
done
export EXEOPTIONS
}
libopts() {
LIBOPTIONS=""
for x in $*; do
#if we have a debug build, let's not strip anything
if hasq nostrip $FEATURES $RESTRICT && [ "$x" == "-s" ]; then
continue
else
LIBOPTIONS="$LIBOPTIONS $x"
fi
done
export LIBOPTIONS
}
abort_handler() {
local msg
if [ "$2" != "fail" ]; then
msg="${EBUILD}: ${1} aborted; exiting."
else
msg="${EBUILD}: ${1} failed; exiting."
fi
echo
echo "$msg"
echo
eval ${3}
#unset signal handler
trap SIGINT SIGQUIT
}
abort_compile() {
abort_handler "src_compile" $1
rm -f "${BUILDDIR}/.compiled"
exit 1
}
abort_unpack() {
abort_handler "src_unpack" $1
rm -f "${BUILDDIR}/.unpacked"
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/work"
exit 1
}
abort_package() {
abort_handler "dyn_package" $1
rm -f "${BUILDDIR}/.packaged"
rm -f "${PKGDIR}"/All/${PF}.t*
exit 1
}
abort_test() {
abort_handler "dyn_test" $1
rm -f "${BUILDDIR}/.tested"
exit 1
}
abort_install() {
abort_handler "src_install" $1
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/image"
exit 1
}
dyn_compile() {
trap "abort_compile" SIGINT SIGQUIT
[ "${CFLAGS-unset}" != "unset" ] && export CFLAGS
[ "${CXXFLAGS-unset}" != "unset" ] && export CXXFLAGS
[ "${LIBCFLAGS-unset}" != "unset" ] && export LIBCFLAGS
[ "${LIBCXXFLAGS-unset}" != "unset" ] && export LIBCXXFLAGS
[ "${LDFLAGS-unset}" != "unset" ] && export LDFLAGS
[ "${ASFLAGS-unset}" != "unset" ] && export ASFLAGS
[ "${CCACHE_DIR-unset}" != "unset" ] && export CCACHE_DIR
[ "${CCACHE_SIZE-unset}" != "unset" ] && export CCACHE_SIZE
[ "${DISTCC_DIR-unset}" == "unset" ] && export DISTCC_DIR="${PORTAGE_TMPDIR}/.distcc"
[ ! -z "${DISTCC_DIR}" ] && addwrite "${DISTCC_DIR}"
if hasq noauto $FEATURES &>/dev/null && [ ! -f ${BUILDDIR}/.unpacked ]; then
echo
echo "!!! We apparently haven't unpacked... This is probably not what you"
echo "!!! want to be doing... You are using FEATURES=noauto so I'll assume"
echo "!!! that you know what you are doing... You have 5 seconds to abort..."
echo
for x in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8; do
echo -ne "\a"
LC_ALL=C sleep 0.25
done
sleep 3
fi
cd "${BUILDDIR}"
if [ ! -e "build-info" ]; then
mkdir build-info
fi
cp "${EBUILD}" "build-info/${PF}.ebuild"
if [ ${BUILDDIR}/.compiled -nt "${WORKDIR}" ]; then
echo ">>> It appears that ${PN} is already compiled; skipping."
echo ">>> (clean to force compilation)"
trap SIGINT SIGQUIT
return
fi
if [ -d "${S}" ]; then
cd "${S}"
fi
#our custom version of libtool uses $S and $D to fix
#invalid paths in .la files
export S D
#some packages use an alternative to $S to build in, cause
#our libtool to create problematic .la files
export PWORKDIR="$WORKDIR"
src_compile
#|| abort_compile "fail"
cd "${BUILDDIR}"
touch .compiled
cd build-info
echo "$ASFLAGS" > ASFLAGS
echo "$CATEGORY" > CATEGORY
echo "$CBUILD" > CBUILD
echo "$CC" > CC
echo "$CFLAGS" > CFLAGS
echo "$CHOST" > CHOST
echo "$CTARGET" > CTARGET
echo "$CXX" > CXX
echo "$CXXFLAGS" > CXXFLAGS
echo "$DEPEND" > DEPEND
echo "$EXTRA_ECONF" > EXTRA_ECONF
echo "$EXTRA_EINSTALL" > EXTRA_EINSTALL
echo "$EXTRA_EMAKE" > EXTRA_MAKE
echo "$FEATURES" > FEATURES
echo "$INHERITED" > INHERITED
echo "$IUSE" > IUSE
echo "$PKGUSE" > PKGUSE
echo "$LDFLAGS" > LDFLAGS
echo "$LIBCFLAGS" > LIBCFLAGS
echo "$LIBCXXFLAGS" > LIBCXXFLAGS
echo "$LICENSE" > LICENSE
echo "$PDEPEND" > PDEPEND
echo "$PF" > PF
echo "$PROVIDE" > PROVIDE
echo "$RDEPEND" > RDEPEND
echo "$RESTRICT" > RESTRICT
echo "$SLOT" > SLOT
echo "$USE" > USE
echo "${EAPI:-0}" > EAPI
set > environment
export -p | sed 's:declare -rx:declare -x:' >> environment
bzip2 -9 environment
cp "${EBUILD}" "${PF}.ebuild"
if hasq nostrip $FEATURES $RESTRICT; then
touch DEBUGBUILD
fi
trap SIGINT SIGQUIT
}
dyn_package() {
trap "abort_package" SIGINT SIGQUIT
cd "${BUILDDIR}/image"
tar cpvf - ./ | bzip2 -f > ../bin.tar.bz2 || die "Failed to create tarball"
cd ..
xpak build-info inf.xpak
tbz2tool join bin.tar.bz2 inf.xpak "${PF}.tbz2"
mv "${PF}.tbz2" "${PKGDIR}/All" || die "Failed to move tbz2 to ${PKGDIR}/All"
rm -f inf.xpak bin.tar.bz2
if [ ! -d "${PKGDIR}/${CATEGORY}" ]; then
install -d "${PKGDIR}/${CATEGORY}"
fi
ln -sf "../All/${PF}.tbz2" "${PKGDIR}/${CATEGORY}/${PF}.tbz2" || die "Failed to create symlink in ${PKGDIR}/${CATEGORY}"
echo ">>> Done."
cd "${BUILDDIR}"
touch .packaged || die "Failed to 'touch .packaged' in ${BUILDDIR}"
trap SIGINT SIGQUIT
}
dyn_test() {
if [ ${BUILDDIR}/.tested -nt "${WORKDIR}" ]; then
echo ">>> It appears that ${PN} has already been tested; skipping."
return
fi
trap "abort_test" SIGINT SIGQUIT
if [ -d "${S}" ]; then
cd "${S}"
fi
if hasq maketest $RESTRICT || hasq test $RESTRICT; then
ewarn "Skipping make test/check due to ebuild restriction."
echo ">>> Test phase [explicitly disabled]: ${CATEGORY}/${PF}"
elif ! hasq test $FEATURES; then
echo ">>> Test phase [not enabled]: ${CATEGORY}/${PF}"
else
echo ">>> Test phase [enabled]: ${CATEGORY}/${PF}"
src_test
fi
cd "${BUILDDIR}"
touch .tested || die "Failed to 'touch .tested' in ${BUILDDIR}"
trap SIGINT SIGQUIT
}
PORTAGE_INST_UID="0"
PORTAGE_INST_GID="0"
dyn_install() {
trap "abort_install" SIGINT SIGQUIT
rm -rf "${BUILDDIR}/image"
mkdir "${BUILDDIR}/image"
if [ -d "${S}" ]; then
cd "${S}"
fi
echo
echo ">>> Install ${PF} into ${D} category ${CATEGORY}"
#our custom version of libtool uses $S and $D to fix
#invalid paths in .la files
export S D
#some packages uses an alternative to $S to build in, cause
#our libtool to create problematic .la files
export PWORKDIR="$WORKDIR"
src_install
#|| abort_install "fail"
prepall
cd "${D}"
declare -i UNSAFE=0
for i in $(find "${D}/" -type f -perm -2002); do
((UNSAFE++))
echo "UNSAFE SetGID: $i"
chmod -s,o-w "$i"
done
for i in $(find "${D}/" -type f -perm -4002); do
((UNSAFE++))
echo "UNSAFE SetUID: $i"
chmod -s,o-w "$i"
done
# Now we look for all world writable files.
for i in $(find "${D}/" -type f -perm -2); do
echo -ne '\a'
echo "QA Security Notice:"
echo "- ${i:${#D}:${#i}} will be a world writable file."
echo "- This may or may not be a security problem, most of the time it is one."
echo "- Please double check that $PF really needs a world writeable bit and file bugs accordingly."
sleep 1
done
if type -p scanelf > /dev/null ; then
# Make sure we disallow insecure RUNPATH/RPATH's
# Don't want paths that point to the tree where the package was built
# (older, broken libtools would do this). Also check for null paths
# because the loader will search $PWD when it finds null paths.
f=$(scanelf -qyRF '%r %p' "${D}" | grep -E "(${BUILDDIR}|: |::|^ )")
if [[ -n ${f} ]] ; then
echo -ne '\a\n'
echo "QA Notice: the following files contain insecure RUNPATH's"
echo " Please file a bug about this at http://bugs.gentoo.org/"
echo " For more information on this issue, kindly review:"
echo " http://bugs.gentoo.org/81745"
echo "${f}"
echo -ne '\a\n'
die "Insecure binaries detected"
fi
# Check for setid binaries but are not built with BIND_NOW
f=$(scanelf -qyRF '%b %p' "${D}")
if [[ -n ${f} ]] ; then
echo -ne '\a\n'
echo "QA Notice: the following files are setXid, dyn linked, and using lazy bindings"
echo " This combination is generally discouraged. Try re-emerging the package:"
echo " LDFLAGS='-Wl,-z,now' emerge ${PN}"
echo "${f}"
echo -ne '\a\n'
[[ ${FEATURES/stricter} != "${FEATURES}" ]] \
&& die "Aborting due to lazy bindings"
sleep 1
fi
# TEXTREL's are baaaaaaaad
f=$(scanelf -qyRF '%t %p' "${D}")
if [[ -n ${f} ]] ; then
echo -ne '\a\n'
echo "QA Notice: the following files contain runtime text relocations"
echo " Text relocations require a lot of extra work to be preformed by the"
echo " dynamic linker which will cause serious performance impact on IA-32"
echo " and might not function properly on other architectures hppa for example."
echo " If you are a programmer please take a closer look at this package and"
echo " consider writing a patch which addresses this problem."
echo "${f}"
echo -ne '\a\n'
[[ ${FEATURES/stricter} != "${FEATURES}" ]] \
&& die "Aborting due to textrels"
sleep 1
fi
# Check for files with executable stacks
f=$(scanelf -qyRF '%e %p' "${D}")
if [[ -n ${f} ]] ; then
echo -ne '\a\n'
echo "QA Notice: the following files contain executable stacks"
echo " Files with executable stacks will not work properly (or at all!)"
echo " on some architectures/operating systems. A bug should be filed"
echo " at http://bugs.gentoo.org/ to make sure the file is fixed."
echo "${f}"
echo -ne '\a\n'
[[ ${FEATURES/stricter} != "${FEATURES}" ]] \
&& die "Aborting due to +x stack"
sleep 1
fi
# Save NEEDED information
scanelf -qyRF '%p %n' "${D}" | sed -e 's:^:/:' > "${BUILDDIR}"/build-info/NEEDED
fi
if [[ ${UNSAFE} > 0 ]] ; then
die "There are ${UNSAFE} unsafe files. Portage will not install them."
fi
# dumps perms to stdout. if error, no perms dumped.
function stat_perms() {
local f
# only define do_stat if it hasn't been already
if ! type -p do_stat &> /dev/null; then
if ! type -p stat &>/dev/null; then
do_stat() {
# Generic version -- Octal result
python -c "import os,stat; print '%o' % os.stat('$1')[stat.ST_MODE]"
}
else
if [ "${USERLAND}" == "BSD" ] || [ "${USERLAND}" == "Darwin" ]; then
do_stat() {
# BSD version -- Octal result
$(type -p stat) -f '%p' "$1"
}
else
do_stat() {
# Linux version -- Hex result converted to Octal
f=$($(type -p stat) -c '%f' "$1") || return $?
printf '%o' "0x$f"
}
fi
fi
fi
f=$(do_stat "$@") || return
f="${f:2:4}"
echo $f
}
local file s
local count=0
find "${D}/" -user portage | while read file; do
count=$(( $count + 1 ))
if [ -L "${file}" ]; then
lchown ${PORTAGE_INST_UID} "${file}"
else
s=$(stat_perms "$file")
if [ -z "${s}" ]; then
ewarn "failed stat_perm'ing $file. User intervention during install isn't wise..."
continue
fi
chown ${PORTAGE_INST_UID} "$file"
chmod "$s" "$file"
fi
done
if (( $count > 0 )); then
ewarn "$count files were installed with user portage!"
fi
count=0
find "${D}/" -group portage | while read file; do
count=$(( $count + 1 ))
if [ -L "${file}" ]; then
lchgrp ${PORTAGE_INST_GID} "${file}"
else
s=$(stat_perms "$file")
if [ -z "${s}" ]; then
echo "failed stat_perm'ing '$file' . User intervention during install isn't wise..."
continue
fi
chgrp ${PORTAGE_INST_GID} "$file"
chmod "$s" "$file"
fi
done
if (( $count > 0 )); then
ewarn "$count files were installed with group portage!"
fi
unset -f stat_perms
# Portage regenerates this on the installed system.
if [ -f "${D}/usr/share/info/dir.gz" ]; then
rm -f "${D}/usr/share/info/dir.gz"
fi
if hasq multilib-strict ${FEATURES} && [ -x /usr/bin/file -a -x /usr/bin/find -a \
-n "${MULTILIB_STRICT_DIRS}" -a -n "${MULTILIB_STRICT_DENY}" ]; then
MULTILIB_STRICT_EXEMPT=${MULTILIB_STRICT_EXEMPT:-"(perl5|gcc|gcc-lib)"}
for dir in ${MULTILIB_STRICT_DIRS}; do
[ -d "${D}/${dir}" ] || continue
for file in $(find ${D}/${dir} -type f | egrep -v "^${D}/${dir}/${MULTILIB_STRICT_EXEMPT}"); do
file ${file} | egrep -q "${MULTILIB_STRICT_DENY}" && die "File ${file} matches a file type that is not allowed in ${dir}"
done
done
fi
touch "${BUILDDIR}/.installed"
echo ">>> Completed installing ${PF} into ${D}"
echo
cd ${BUILDDIR}
trap SIGINT SIGQUIT
}
dyn_preinst() {
# set IMAGE depending if this is a binary or compile merge
[ "${EMERGE_FROM}" == "binary" ] && IMAGE=${PKG_TMPDIR}/${PF}/bin \
|| IMAGE=${D}
pkg_preinst
# hopefully this will someday allow us to get rid of the no* feature flags
# we don't want globbing for initial expansion, but afterwards, we do
local shopts=$-
set -o noglob
for no_inst in ${INSTALL_MASK}; do
set +o noglob
einfo "Removing ${no_inst}"
# normal stuff
rm -Rf ${IMAGE}/${no_inst} >&/dev/null
# we also need to handle globs (*.a, *.h, etc)
find "${IMAGE}" -name ${no_inst} -exec rm -fR {} \; >&/dev/null
done
# set everything back the way we found it
set +o noglob
set -${shopts}
# remove man pages
if hasq noman $FEATURES; then
rm -fR "${IMAGE}/usr/share/man"
fi
# remove info pages
if hasq noinfo $FEATURES; then
rm -fR "${IMAGE}/usr/share/info"
fi
# remove docs
if hasq nodoc $FEATURES; then
rm -fR "${IMAGE}/usr/share/doc"
fi
# remove share dir if unnessesary
if hasq nodoc $FEATURES -o hasq noman $FEATURES -o hasq noinfo $FEATURES; then
rmdir "${IMAGE}/usr/share" &> /dev/null
fi
# Smart FileSystem Permissions
if hasq sfperms $FEATURES; then
for i in $(find ${IMAGE}/ -type f -perm -4000); do
ebegin ">>> SetUID: [chmod go-r] $i "
chmod go-r "$i"
eend $?
done
for i in $(find ${IMAGE}/ -type f -perm -2000); do
ebegin ">>> SetGID: [chmod o-r] $i "
chmod o-r "$i"
eend $?
done
fi
# total suid control.
if hasq suidctl $FEATURES > /dev/null ; then
sfconf=/etc/portage/suidctl.conf
echo ">>> Preforming suid scan in ${IMAGE}"
for i in $(find ${IMAGE}/ -type f \( -perm -4000 -o -perm -2000 \) ); do
if [ -s "${sfconf}" ]; then
suid="`grep ^${i/${IMAGE}/}$ ${sfconf}`"
if [ "${suid}" = "${i/${IMAGE}/}" ]; then
echo "- ${i/${IMAGE}/} is an approved suid file"
else
echo ">>> Removing sbit on non registered ${i/${IMAGE}/}"
for x in 5 4 3 2 1 0; do echo -ne "\a"; sleep 0.25 ; done
echo -ne "\a"
chmod ugo-s "${i}"
grep ^#${i/${IMAGE}/}$ ${sfconf} > /dev/null || {
# sandbox prevents us from writing directly
# to files outside of the sandbox, but this
# can easly be bypassed using the addwrite() function
addwrite "${sfconf}"
echo ">>> Appending commented out entry to ${sfconf} for ${PF}"
ls_ret=`ls -ldh "${i}"`
echo "## ${ls_ret%${IMAGE}*}${ls_ret#*${IMAGE}}" >> ${sfconf}
echo "#${i/${IMAGE}/}" >> ${sfconf}
# no delwrite() eh?
# delwrite ${sconf}
}
fi
else
echo "suidctl feature set but you are lacking a ${sfconf}"
fi
done
fi
# SELinux file labeling (needs to always be last in dyn_preinst)
if useq selinux; then
# only attempt to label if setfiles is executable
# and 'context' is available on selinuxfs.
if [ -f /selinux/context -a -x /usr/sbin/setfiles ]; then
echo ">>> Setting SELinux security labels"
if [ -f ${POLICYDIR}/file_contexts/file_contexts ]; then
cp -f "${POLICYDIR}/file_contexts/file_contexts" "${T}"
else
make -C "${POLICYDIR}" FC=${T}/file_contexts "${T}/file_contexts"
fi
addwrite /selinux/context
/usr/sbin/setfiles -r "${IMAGE}" "${T}/file_contexts" "${IMAGE}" \
|| die "Failed to set SELinux security labels."
else
# nonfatal, since merging can happen outside a SE kernel
# like during a recovery situation
echo "!!! Unable to set SELinux security labels"
fi
fi
trap SIGINT SIGQUIT
}
dyn_spec() {
tar czf "/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/${PF}.tar.gz" "${O}/${PF}.ebuild" "${O}/files" || die "Failed to create base rpm tarball."
cat <<__END1__ > ${PF}.spec
Summary: ${DESCRIPTION}
Name: ${PN}
Version: ${PV}
Release: ${PR}
Copyright: GPL
Group: portage/${CATEGORY}
Source: ${PF}.tar.gz
Buildroot: ${D}
%description
${DESCRIPTION}
${HOMEPAGE}
%prep
%setup -c
%build
%install
%clean
%files
/
__END1__
}
dyn_rpm() {
dyn_spec
rpmbuild -bb "${PF}.spec" || die "Failed to integrate rpm spec file"
install -D "/usr/src/redhat/RPMS/i386/${PN}-${PV}-${PR}.i386.rpm" "${RPMDIR}/${CATEGORY}/${PN}-${PV}-${PR}.rpm" || die "Failed to move rpm"
}
dyn_help() {
echo
echo "Portage"
echo "Copyright 1999-2004 Gentoo Foundation"
echo
echo "How to use the ebuild command:"
echo
echo "The first argument to ebuild should be an existing .ebuild file."
echo
echo "One or more of the following options can then be specified. If more"
echo "than one option is specified, each will be executed in order."
echo
echo " help : show this help screen"
echo " setup : execute package specific setup actions"
echo " fetch : download source archive(s) and patches"
echo " digest : creates a digest and a manifest file for the package"
echo " manifest : creates a manifest file for the package"
echo " unpack : unpack/patch sources (auto-fetch if needed)"
echo " compile : compile sources (auto-fetch/unpack if needed)"
echo " test : test package (auto-fetch/unpack/compile if needed)"
echo " preinst : execute pre-install instructions"
echo " postinst : execute post-install instructions"
echo " install : installs the package to the temporary install directory"
echo " qmerge : merge image into live filesystem, recording files in db"
echo " merge : does fetch, unpack, compile, install and qmerge"
echo " prerm : execute pre-removal instructions"
echo " postrm : execute post-removal instructions"
echo " unmerge : remove package from live filesystem"
echo " config : execute package specific configuration actions"
echo " package : create tarball package in ${PKGDIR}/All"
echo " rpm : builds a RedHat RPM package"
echo " clean : clean up all source and temporary files"
echo
echo "The following settings will be used for the ebuild process:"
echo
echo " package : ${PF}"
echo " slot : ${SLOT}"
echo " category : ${CATEGORY}"
echo " description : ${DESCRIPTION}"
echo " system : ${CHOST}"
echo " c flags : ${CFLAGS}"
echo " c++ flags : ${CXXFLAGS}"
echo " make flags : ${MAKEOPTS}"
echo -n " build mode : "
if hasq nostrip $FEATURES $RESTRICT; then
echo "debug (large)"
else
echo "production (stripped)"
fi
echo " merge to : ${ROOT}"
echo
if [ -n "$USE" ]; then
echo "Additionally, support for the following optional features will be enabled:"
echo
echo " ${USE}"
fi
echo
}
# debug-print() gets called from many places with verbose status information useful
# for tracking down problems. The output is in $T/eclass-debug.log.
# You can set ECLASS_DEBUG_OUTPUT to redirect the output somewhere else as well.
# The special "on" setting echoes the information, mixing it with the rest of the
# emerge output.
# You can override the setting by exporting a new one from the console, or you can
# set a new default in make.*. Here the default is "" or unset.
# in the future might use e* from /etc/init.d/functions.sh if i feel like it
debug-print() {
# if $T isn't defined, we're in dep calculation mode and
# shouldn't do anything
[ -z "$T" ] && return 0
while [ "$1" ]; do
# extra user-configurable targets
if [ "$ECLASS_DEBUG_OUTPUT" == "on" ]; then
echo "debug: $1"
elif [ -n "$ECLASS_DEBUG_OUTPUT" ]; then
echo "debug: $1" >> $ECLASS_DEBUG_OUTPUT
fi
# default target
echo "$1" >> "${T}/eclass-debug.log"
# let the portage user own/write to this file
chmod g+w "${T}/eclass-debug.log" &>/dev/null
shift
done
}
# The following 2 functions are debug-print() wrappers
debug-print-function() {
str="$1: entering function"
shift
debug-print "$str, parameters: $*"
}
debug-print-section() {
debug-print "now in section $*"
}
# Sources all eclasses in parameters
declare -ix ECLASS_DEPTH=0
inherit() {
ECLASS_DEPTH=$(($ECLASS_DEPTH + 1))
if [[ $ECLASS_DEPTH > 1 ]]; then
debug-print "*** Multiple Inheritence (Level: ${ECLASS_DEPTH})"
fi
local location
local PECLASS
local B_IUSE
local B_DEPEND
local B_RDEPEND
local B_PDEPEND
while [ "$1" ]; do
location="${ECLASSDIR}/${1}.eclass"
# PECLASS is used to restore the ECLASS var after recursion.
PECLASS="$ECLASS"
export ECLASS="$1"
if [ "$EBUILD_PHASE" != "depend" ]; then
if ! hasq $ECLASS $INHERITED; then
echo
echo "QA Notice: ECLASS '$ECLASS' inherited illegally in $CATEGORY/$PF" >&2
echo
fi
fi
# any future resolution code goes here
if [ -n "$PORTDIR_OVERLAY" ]; then
local overlay
for overlay in ${PORTDIR_OVERLAY}; do
olocation="${overlay}/eclass/${1}.eclass"
if [ -e "$olocation" ]; then
location="${olocation}"
debug-print " eclass exists: ${location}"
fi
done
fi
debug-print "inherit: $1 -> $location"
#We need to back up the value of DEPEND and RDEPEND to B_DEPEND and B_RDEPEND
#(if set).. and then restore them after the inherit call.
#turn off glob expansion
set -f
# Retain the old data and restore it later.
unset B_IUSE B_DEPEND B_RDEPEND B_PDEPEND
[ "${IUSE-unset}" != "unset" ] && B_IUSE="${IUSE}"
[ "${DEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] && B_DEPEND="${DEPEND}"
[ "${RDEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] && B_RDEPEND="${RDEPEND}"
[ "${PDEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] && B_PDEPEND="${PDEPEND}"
unset IUSE DEPEND RDEPEND PDEPEND
#turn on glob expansion
set +f
source "$location" || export ERRORMSG="died sourcing $location in inherit()"
[ -z "${ERRORMSG}" ] || die "${ERRORMSG}"
#turn off glob expansion
set -f
# If each var has a value, append it to the global variable E_* to
# be applied after everything is finished. New incremental behavior.
[ "${IUSE-unset}" != "unset" ] && export E_IUSE="${E_IUSE} ${IUSE}"
[ "${DEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] && export E_DEPEND="${E_DEPEND} ${DEPEND}"
[ "${RDEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] && export E_RDEPEND="${E_RDEPEND} ${RDEPEND}"
[ "${PDEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] && export E_PDEPEND="${E_PDEPEND} ${PDEPEND}"
[ "${B_IUSE-unset}" != "unset" ] && IUSE="${B_IUSE}"
[ "${B_IUSE-unset}" != "unset" ] || unset IUSE
[ "${B_DEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] && DEPEND="${B_DEPEND}"
[ "${B_DEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] || unset DEPEND
[ "${B_RDEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] && RDEPEND="${B_RDEPEND}"
[ "${B_RDEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] || unset RDEPEND
[ "${B_PDEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] && PDEPEND="${B_PDEPEND}"
[ "${B_PDEPEND-unset}" != "unset" ] || unset PDEPEND
#turn on glob expansion
set +f
hasq $1 $INHERITED || export INHERITED="$INHERITED $1"
export ECLASS="$PECLASS"
shift
done
ECLASS_DEPTH=$(($ECLASS_DEPTH - 1))
}
# Exports stub functions that call the eclass's functions, thereby making them default.
# For example, if ECLASS="base" and you call "EXPORT_FUNCTIONS src_unpack", the following
# code will be eval'd:
# src_unpack() { base_src_unpack; }
EXPORT_FUNCTIONS() {
if [ -z "$ECLASS" ]; then
echo "EXPORT_FUNCTIONS without a defined ECLASS" >&2
exit 1
fi
while [ "$1" ]; do
debug-print "EXPORT_FUNCTIONS: ${1} -> ${ECLASS}_${1}"
eval "$1() { ${ECLASS}_$1 "\$@" ; }" > /dev/null
shift
done
}
# adds all parameters to E_DEPEND and E_RDEPEND, which get added to DEPEND
# and RDEPEND after the ebuild has been processed. This is important to
# allow users to use DEPEND="foo" without frying dependencies added by an
# earlier inherit. It also allows RDEPEND to work properly, since a lot
# of ebuilds assume that an unset RDEPEND gets its value from DEPEND.
# Without eclasses, this is true. But with them, the eclass may set
# RDEPEND itself (or at least used to) which would prevent RDEPEND from
# getting its value from DEPEND. This is a side-effect that made eclasses
# have unreliable dependencies.
newdepend() {
debug-print-function newdepend $*
debug-print "newdepend: E_DEPEND=$E_DEPEND E_RDEPEND=$E_RDEPEND"
while [ -n "$1" ]; do
case $1 in
"/autotools")
do_newdepend DEPEND sys-devel/autoconf sys-devel/automake sys-devel/make
;;
"/c")
do_newdepend DEPEND sys-devel/gcc virtual/libc
do_newdepend RDEPEND virtual/libc
;;
*)
do_newdepend DEPEND $1
;;
esac
shift
done
}
newrdepend() {
debug-print-function newrdepend $*
do_newdepend RDEPEND $1
}
newpdepend() {
debug-print-function newpdepend $*
do_newdepend PDEPEND $1
}
do_newdepend() {
# This function does a generic change determining whether we're in an
# eclass or not. If we are, we change the E_* variables for deps.
debug-print-function do_newdepend $*
[ -z "$1" ] && die "do_newdepend without arguments"
# Grab what we're affecting... Figure out if we're affecting eclasses.
[[ ${ECLASS_DEPTH} > 0 ]] && TARGET="E_$1"
[[ ${ECLASS_DEPTH} > 0 ]] || TARGET="$1"
shift # $1 was a variable name.
while [ -n "$1" ]; do
# This bit of evil takes TARGET and uses it to evaluate down to a
# variable. This is a sneaky way to make this infinately expandable.
# The normal translation of this would look something like this:
# E_DEPEND="${E_DEPEND} $1" :::::: Cool, huh? :)
eval export ${TARGET}=\"\${${TARGET}} \$1\"
shift
done
}
# this is a function for removing any directory matching a passed in pattern from
# PATH
remove_path_entry() {
save_IFS
IFS=":"
stripped_path="${PATH}"
while [ -n "$1" ]; do
cur_path=""
for p in ${stripped_path}; do
if [ "${p/${1}}" == "${p}" ]; then
cur_path="${cur_path}:${p}"
fi
done
stripped_path="${cur_path#:*}"
shift
done
restore_IFS
PATH="${stripped_path}"
}
# === === === === === === === === === === === === === === === === === ===
# === === === === === functions end, main part begins === === === === ===
# === === === === === functions end, main part begins === === === === ===
# === === === === === functions end, main part begins === === === === ===
# === === === === === === === === === === === === === === === === === ===
if [ "$*" != "depend" ] && [ "$*" != "clean" ] && [ "$*" != "setup" ]; then
cd ${PORTAGE_TMPDIR} &> /dev/null
cd ${BUILD_PREFIX} &> /dev/null
if [ "$(id -nu)" == "portage" ] ; then
export USER=portage
fi
if hasq distcc ${FEATURES} &>/dev/null; then
if [ -d /usr/lib/distcc/bin ]; then
#We can enable distributed compile support
if [ -z "${PATH/*distcc*/}" ]; then
# Remove the other reference.
remove_path_entry "distcc"
fi
export PATH="/usr/lib/distcc/bin:${PATH}"
[ ! -z "${DISTCC_LOG}" ] && addwrite "$(dirname ${DISTCC_LOG})"
elif which distcc &>/dev/null; then
export CC="distcc $CC"
export CXX="distcc $CXX"
fi
fi
if hasq ccache ${FEATURES} &>/dev/null; then
#We can enable compiler cache support
if [ -z "${PATH/*ccache*/}" ]; then
# Remove the other reference.
remove_path_entry "ccache"
fi
if [ -d /usr/lib/ccache/bin ]; then
export PATH="/usr/lib/ccache/bin:${PATH}"
elif [ -d /usr/bin/ccache ]; then
export PATH="/usr/bin/ccache:${PATH}"
fi
[ -z "${CCACHE_DIR}" ] && export CCACHE_DIR="/var/tmp/ccache"
addread "${CCACHE_DIR}"
addwrite "${CCACHE_DIR}"
[ -n "${CCACHE_SIZE}" ] && ccache -M ${CCACHE_SIZE} &> /dev/null
fi
# XXX: Load up the helper functions.
# for X in /usr/lib/portage/bin/functions/*.sh; do
# source ${X} || die "Failed to source ${X}"
# done
else
killparent() {
trap INT
kill ${PORTAGE_MASTER_PID}
}
trap "killparent" INT
fi # "$*"!="depend" && "$*"!="clean" && "$*" != "setup"
export SANDBOX_ON="1"
export S=${WORKDIR}/${P}
unset E_IUSE E_DEPEND E_RDEPEND E_PDEPEND
for x in T P PN PV PVR PR A D EBUILD EMERGE_FROM O PPID FILESDIR PORTAGE_TMPDIR; do
[[ ${!x-UNSET_VAR} != UNSET_VAR ]] && declare -r ${x}
done
unset x
# Turn of extended glob matching so that g++ doesn't get incorrectly matched.
shopt -u extglob
QA_INTERCEPTORS="javac java-config python python-config perl grep egrep fgrep sed gcc g++ cc bash awk nawk gawk pkg-config"
# level the QA interceptors if we're in depend
if hasq "depend" "$@"; then
for BIN in ${QA_INTERCEPTORS}; do
BIN_PATH=`type -pf ${BIN}`
if [ "$?" != "0" ]; then
BODY="echo \"*** missing command: ${BIN}\" >&2; return 127"
else
BODY="${BIN_PATH} \"\$@\"; return \$?"
fi
FUNC_SRC="${BIN}() {
echo -n \"QA Notice: ${BIN} in global scope: \" >&2
if [ \$ECLASS_DEPTH -gt 0 ]; then
echo \"eclass \${ECLASS}\" >&2
else
echo \"\${CATEGORY}/\${PF}\" >&2
fi
${BODY}
}";
eval "$FUNC_SRC" || echo "error creating QA interceptor ${BIN}" >&2
done
unset src bin_path body
fi
# reset the EBUILD_DEATH_HOOKS so they don't multiple due to stable's re-sourcing of env.
# this can be left out of ebd variants, since they're unaffected.
unset EBUILD_DEATH_HOOKS
source ${EBUILD} || die "error sourcing ebuild"
if ! hasq depend $EBUILD_PHASE; then
RESTRICT="${PORTAGE_RESTRICT}"
unset PORTAGE_RESTRICT
fi
[ -z "${ERRORMSG}" ] || die "${ERRORMSG}"
# Expand KEYWORDS
# We need to turn off pathname expansion for -* in KEYWORDS and
# we need to escape ~ to avoid tilde expansion
set -f
KEYWORDS="`eval echo ${KEYWORDS//~/\\~}`"
set +f
hasq nostrip ${RESTRICT} && export DEBUGBUILD=1
#a reasonable default for $S
if [ "$S" = "" ]; then
export S=${WORKDIR}/${P}
fi
#wipe the interceptors. we don't want saved.
if hasq "depend" "$@"; then
unset -f $QA_INTERCEPTORS
unset QA_INTERCEPTORS
fi
#some users have $TMP/$TMPDIR to a custom dir in their home ...
#this will cause sandbox errors with some ./configure
#scripts, so set it to $T.
export TMP="${T}"
export TMPDIR="${T}"
# Note: this next line is not the same as export RDEPEND=${RDEPEND:-${DEPEND}}
# That will test for unset *or* NULL (""). We want just to set for unset...
#turn off glob expansion from here on in to prevent *'s and ? in the DEPEND
#syntax from getting expanded :) Fixes bug #1473
#check eclass rdepends also. bug #58819
set -f
if [ "${RDEPEND-unset}" == "unset" ] && [ "${E_RDEPEND-unset}" == "unset" ] ; then
export RDEPEND="${DEPEND} ${E_DEPEND}"
debug-print "RDEPEND: not set... Setting to: ${DEPEND}"
fi
#add in dependency info from eclasses
IUSE="$IUSE $E_IUSE"
DEPEND="$DEPEND $E_DEPEND"
RDEPEND="$RDEPEND $E_RDEPEND"
PDEPEND="$PDEPEND $E_PDEPEND"
unset E_IUSE E_DEPEND E_RDEPEND E_PDEPEND
if [ "${EBUILD_PHASE}" != "depend" ]; then
# Lock the dbkey variables after the global phase
declare -r DEPEND RDEPEND SLOT SRC_URI RESTRICT HOMEPAGE LICENSE DESCRIPTION
declare -r KEYWORDS INHERITED IUSE PDEPEND PROVIDE
fi
set +f
for myarg in $*; do
case $myarg in
nofetch)
pkg_nofetch
exit 1
;;
prerm|postrm|postinst|config)
export SANDBOX_ON="0"
if [ "$PORTAGE_DEBUG" != "1" ]; then
pkg_${myarg}
#Allow non-zero return codes since they can be caused by &&
else
set -x
pkg_${myarg}
#Allow non-zero return codes since they can be caused by &&
set +x
fi
;;
unpack|compile|test|clean|install)
if [ "${SANDBOX_DISABLED="0"}" == "0" ]; then
export SANDBOX_ON="1"
else
export SANDBOX_ON="0"
fi
if [ "$PORTAGE_DEBUG" != "1" ]; then
dyn_${myarg}
#Allow non-zero return codes since they can be caused by &&
else
set -x
dyn_${myarg}
#Allow non-zero return codes since they can be caused by &&
set +x
fi
export SANDBOX_ON="0"
;;
help|clean|setup|preinst)
#pkg_setup needs to be out of the sandbox for tmp file creation;
#for example, awking and piping a file in /tmp requires a temp file to be created
#in /etc. If pkg_setup is in the sandbox, both our lilo and apache ebuilds break.
export SANDBOX_ON="0"
if [ "$PORTAGE_DEBUG" != "1" ]; then
dyn_${myarg}
else
set -x
dyn_${myarg}
set +x
fi
;;
package|rpm)
export SANDBOX_ON="0"
if [ "$PORTAGE_DEBUG" != "1" ]; then
dyn_${myarg}
else
set -x
dyn_${myarg}
set +x
fi
;;
depend)
export SANDBOX_ON="0"
set -f
# Handled in portage.py now
#dbkey=${PORTAGE_CACHEDIR}/${CATEGORY}/${PF}
if [ ! -d "${dbkey%/*}" ]; then
install -d -g ${PORTAGE_GID} -m2775 "${dbkey%/*}"
fi
# Make it group writable. 666&~002==664
umask 002
#the extra `echo` commands remove newlines
echo `echo "$DEPEND"` > $dbkey
echo `echo "$RDEPEND"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$SLOT"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$SRC_URI"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$RESTRICT"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$HOMEPAGE"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$LICENSE"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$DESCRIPTION"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$KEYWORDS"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$INHERITED"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$IUSE"` >> $dbkey
echo >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$PDEPEND"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$PROVIDE"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "${EAPI:-0}"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$UNUSED_01"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$UNUSED_02"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$UNUSED_03"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$UNUSED_04"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$UNUSED_05"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$UNUSED_06"` >> $dbkey
echo `echo "$UNUSED_07"` >> $dbkey
set +f
#make sure it is writable by our group:
exit 0
;;
*)
export SANDBOX_ON="1"
echo "Please specify a valid command."
echo
dyn_help
exit 1
;;
esac
#if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
# exit 1
#fi
done
if [ "$myarg" != "clean" ]; then
# Save current environment and touch a success file. (echo for success)
umask 002
set | egrep -v "^SANDBOX_" > "${T}/environment" 2>/dev/null
chown portage:portage "${T}/environment" &>/dev/null
chmod g+w "${T}/environment" &>/dev/null
fi
exit 0