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1# Copyright 1999-2007 Gentoo Foundation 1# Copyright 1999-2007 Gentoo Foundation
2# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2 2# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
3# $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/eclass/eutils.eclass,v 1.284 2007/06/21 04:44:45 vapier Exp $ 3# $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/eclass/eutils.eclass,v 1.287 2007/07/26 05:43:12 vapier Exp $
4 4
5# @ECLASS: eutils.eclass 5# @ECLASS: eutils.eclass
6# @MAINTAINER: 6# @MAINTAINER:
7# base-system@gentoo.org 7# base-system@gentoo.org
8# @BLURB: many extra (but common) functions that are used in ebuilds 8# @BLURB: many extra (but common) functions that are used in ebuilds
9# @DESCRIPTION: 9# @DESCRIPTION:
10# The eutils eclass contains a suite of functions that complement 10# The eutils eclass contains a suite of functions that complement
11# the ones that ebuild.sh already contain. The idea is that the functions 11# the ones that ebuild.sh already contain. The idea is that the functions
12# are not required in all ebuilds but enough utilize them to have a common 12# are not required in all ebuilds but enough utilize them to have a common
13# home rather than having multiple ebuilds implementing the same thing. 13# home rather than having multiple ebuilds implementing the same thing.
14# 14#
15# Due to the nature of this eclass, some functions may have maintainers 15# Due to the nature of this eclass, some functions may have maintainers
16# different from the overall eclass! 16# different from the overall eclass!
17 17
18inherit multilib portability 18inherit multilib portability
19 19
972 elif [[ -d ${i} ]] ; then 972 elif [[ -d ${i} ]] ; then
973 for j in "${i}"/*.desktop ; do 973 for j in "${i}"/*.desktop ; do
974 doins "${j}" 974 doins "${j}"
975 ((ret+=$?)) 975 ((ret+=$?))
976 done 976 done
977 else
978 ((++ret))
977 fi 979 fi
978 done 980 done
979 exit ${ret} 981 exit ${ret}
980 ) 982 )
981} 983}
1011 elif [[ -d ${i} ]] ; then 1013 elif [[ -d ${i} ]] ; then
1012 for j in "${i}"/*.png ; do 1014 for j in "${i}"/*.png ; do
1013 doins "${j}" 1015 doins "${j}"
1014 ((ret+=$?)) 1016 ((ret+=$?))
1015 done 1017 done
1018 else
1019 ((++ret))
1016 fi 1020 fi
1017 done 1021 done
1018 exit ${ret} 1022 exit ${ret}
1019 ) 1023 )
1020} 1024}
1055# @DESCRIPTION: 1059# @DESCRIPTION:
1056# Unpack those pesky pdv generated files ... 1060# Unpack those pesky pdv generated files ...
1057# They're self-unpacking programs with the binary package stuffed in 1061# They're self-unpacking programs with the binary package stuffed in
1058# the middle of the archive. Valve seems to use it a lot ... too bad 1062# the middle of the archive. Valve seems to use it a lot ... too bad
1059# it seems to like to segfault a lot :(. So lets take it apart ourselves. 1063# it seems to like to segfault a lot :(. So lets take it apart ourselves.
1060# 1064#
1061# You have to specify the off_t size ... I have no idea how to extract that 1065# You have to specify the off_t size ... I have no idea how to extract that
1062# information out of the binary executable myself. Basically you pass in 1066# information out of the binary executable myself. Basically you pass in
1063# the size of the off_t type (in bytes) on the machine that built the pdv 1067# the size of the off_t type (in bytes) on the machine that built the pdv
1064# archive. 1068# archive.
1065# 1069#
1150# @DESCRIPTION: 1154# @DESCRIPTION:
1151# Unpack those pesky makeself generated files ... 1155# Unpack those pesky makeself generated files ...
1152# They're shell scripts with the binary package tagged onto 1156# They're shell scripts with the binary package tagged onto
1153# the end of the archive. Loki utilized the format as does 1157# the end of the archive. Loki utilized the format as does
1154# many other game companies. 1158# many other game companies.
1155# 1159#
1156# If the file is not specified, then ${A} is used. If the 1160# If the file is not specified, then ${A} is used. If the
1157# offset is not specified then we will attempt to extract 1161# offset is not specified then we will attempt to extract
1158# the proper offset from the script itself. 1162# the proper offset from the script itself.
1159unpack_makeself() { 1163unpack_makeself() {
1160 local src_input=${1:-${A}} 1164 local src_input=${1:-${A}}
1275 The following license outlines the terms of use of this 1279 The following license outlines the terms of use of this
1276 package. You MUST accept this license for installation to 1280 package. You MUST accept this license for installation to
1277 continue. When you are done viewing, hit 'q'. If you 1281 continue. When you are done viewing, hit 'q'. If you
1278 CTRL+C out of this, the install will not run! 1282 CTRL+C out of this, the install will not run!
1279 ********************************************************** 1283 **********************************************************
1280 1284
1281 EOF 1285 EOF
1282 cat ${lic} >> ${licmsg} 1286 cat ${lic} >> ${licmsg}
1283 ${PAGER:-less} ${licmsg} || die "Could not execute pager (${PAGER}) to accept ${lic}" 1287 ${PAGER:-less} ${licmsg} || die "Could not execute pager (${PAGER}) to accept ${lic}"
1284 einfon "Do you accept the terms of this license (${l})? [yes/no] " 1288 einfon "Do you accept the terms of this license (${l})? [yes/no] "
1285 read alic 1289 read alic
1298# @FUNCTION: cdrom_get_cds 1302# @FUNCTION: cdrom_get_cds
1299# @USAGE: <file on cd1> [file on cd2] [file on cd3] [...] 1303# @USAGE: <file on cd1> [file on cd2] [file on cd3] [...]
1300# @DESCRIPTION: 1304# @DESCRIPTION:
1301# Aquire cd(s) for those lovely cd-based emerges. Yes, this violates 1305# Aquire cd(s) for those lovely cd-based emerges. Yes, this violates
1302# the whole 'non-interactive' policy, but damnit I want CD support ! 1306# the whole 'non-interactive' policy, but damnit I want CD support !
1303# 1307#
1304# With these cdrom functions we handle all the user interaction and 1308# With these cdrom functions we handle all the user interaction and
1305# standardize everything. All you have to do is call cdrom_get_cds() 1309# standardize everything. All you have to do is call cdrom_get_cds()
1306# and when the function returns, you can assume that the cd has been 1310# and when the function returns, you can assume that the cd has been
1307# found at CDROM_ROOT. 1311# found at CDROM_ROOT.
1308# 1312#
1309# The function will attempt to locate a cd based upon a file that is on 1313# The function will attempt to locate a cd based upon a file that is on
1310# the cd. The more files you give this function, the more cds 1314# the cd. The more files you give this function, the more cds
1311# the cdrom functions will handle. 1315# the cdrom functions will handle.
1312# 1316#
1313# Normally the cdrom functions will refer to the cds as 'cd #1', 'cd #2', 1317# Normally the cdrom functions will refer to the cds as 'cd #1', 'cd #2',
1314# etc... If you want to give the cds better names, then just export 1318# etc... If you want to give the cds better names, then just export
1315# the appropriate CDROM_NAME variable before calling cdrom_get_cds(). 1319# the appropriate CDROM_NAME variable before calling cdrom_get_cds().
1316# Use CDROM_NAME for one cd, or CDROM_NAME_# for multiple cds. You can 1320# Use CDROM_NAME for one cd, or CDROM_NAME_# for multiple cds. You can
1317# also use the CDROM_NAME_SET bash array. 1321# also use the CDROM_NAME_SET bash array.
1318# 1322#
1319# For those multi cd ebuilds, see the cdrom_load_next_cd() function. 1323# For those multi cd ebuilds, see the cdrom_load_next_cd() function.
1320cdrom_get_cds() { 1324cdrom_get_cds() {
1321 # first we figure out how many cds we're dealing with by 1325 # first we figure out how many cds we're dealing with by
1322 # the # of files they gave us 1326 # the # of files they gave us
1323 local cdcnt=0 1327 local cdcnt=0
1502 einfo "check that CONFIG_JOLIET is enabled in your kernel." 1506 einfo "check that CONFIG_JOLIET is enabled in your kernel."
1503 read || die "something is screwed with your system" 1507 read || die "something is screwed with your system"
1504 done 1508 done
1505} 1509}
1506 1510
1511# @FUNCTION: strip-linguas
1512# @USAGE: [<allow LINGUAS>|<-i|-u> <directories of .po files>]
1513# @DESCRIPTION:
1507# Make sure that LINGUAS only contains languages that 1514# Make sure that LINGUAS only contains languages that
1508# a package can support 1515# a package can support. The first form allows you to
1509# 1516# specify a list of LINGUAS. The -i builds a list of po
1510# usage: strip-linguas <allow LINGUAS> 1517# files found in all the directories and uses the
1511# strip-linguas -i <directories of .po files> 1518# intersection of the lists. The -u builds a list of po
1512# strip-linguas -u <directories of .po files> 1519# files found in all the directories and uses the union
1513# 1520# of the lists.
1514# The first form allows you to specify a list of LINGUAS.
1515# The -i builds a list of po files found in all the
1516# directories and uses the intersection of the lists.
1517# The -u builds a list of po files found in all the
1518# directories and uses the union of the lists.
1519strip-linguas() { 1521strip-linguas() {
1520 local ls newls nols 1522 local ls newls nols
1521 if [[ $1 == "-i" ]] || [[ $1 == "-u" ]] ; then 1523 if [[ $1 == "-i" ]] || [[ $1 == "-u" ]] ; then
1522 local op=$1; shift 1524 local op=$1; shift
1523 ls=$(find "$1" -name '*.po' -exec basename {} .po \;); shift 1525 ls=$(find "$1" -name '*.po' -exec basename {} .po \;); shift
1650# logic. So the -a flag means all listed USE flags must be enabled 1652# logic. So the -a flag means all listed USE flags must be enabled
1651# while the -o flag means at least one of the listed fIUSE flags must be 1653# while the -o flag means at least one of the listed fIUSE flags must be
1652# enabled. The --hidden option is really for internal use only as it 1654# enabled. The --hidden option is really for internal use only as it
1653# means the USE flag we're checking is hidden expanded, so it won't be found 1655# means the USE flag we're checking is hidden expanded, so it won't be found
1654# in IUSE like normal USE flags. 1656# in IUSE like normal USE flags.
1655# 1657#
1656# Remember that this function isn't terribly intelligent so order of optional 1658# Remember that this function isn't terribly intelligent so order of optional
1657# flags matter. 1659# flags matter.
1658built_with_use() { 1660built_with_use() {
1659 local hidden="no" 1661 local hidden="no"
1660 if [[ $1 == "--hidden" ]] ; then 1662 if [[ $1 == "--hidden" ]] ; then

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