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Revision 1.1 - (show annotations) (download)
Tue Jan 6 13:43:59 2009 UTC (5 years, 7 months ago) by chainsaw
Branch: MAIN
Bad interactions between the ARM & PPC setup meant the PMU was enabled/disabled twice. Avoid by using hardware variable instead of use_enable for PMU.
(Portage version: 2.1.6.4/cvs/Linux 2.6.28-06127-g238c6d5-dirty x86_64)

1 # Copyright 1999-2009 Gentoo Foundation
2 # Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
3 # $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/sys-apps/hal/hal-0.5.11-r5.ebuild,v 1.1 2009/01/05 18:00:17 chainsaw Exp $
4
5 inherit eutils linux-info autotools flag-o-matic
6
7 PATCH_VERSION="3"
8
9 DESCRIPTION="Hardware Abstraction Layer"
10 HOMEPAGE="http://www.freedesktop.org/Software/hal"
11 SRC_URI="http://hal.freedesktop.org/releases/${P/_/}.tar.bz2
12 http://dev.gentoo.org/~compnerd/files/${PN}/${P}-gentoo-patches-${PATCH_VERSION}.tar.bz2"
13
14 LICENSE="|| ( GPL-2 AFL-2.0 )"
15 SLOT="0"
16 KEYWORDS="~alpha ~amd64 ~hppa ~ia64 ~ppc ~ppc64 ~sparc ~x86"
17
18 KERNEL_IUSE="kernel_linux kernel_FreeBSD"
19 IUSE="X acpi apm crypt debug dell disk-partition doc laptop selinux ${KERNEL_IUSE}"
20
21 RDEPEND=">=dev-libs/dbus-glib-0.61
22 >=dev-libs/glib-2.14
23 >=dev-libs/expat-1.95.8
24 >=dev-libs/libusb-0.1.10a
25 >=sys-apps/pciutils-2.2.7-r1
26 >=dev-util/gperf-3.0.3
27 sys-apps/usbutils
28 virtual/eject
29 amd64? ( >=sys-apps/dmidecode-2.7 )
30 dell? ( >=sys-libs/libsmbios-0.13.4 )
31 disk-partition? ( >=sys-apps/parted-1.8.0 )
32 ia64? ( >=sys-apps/dmidecode-2.7 )
33 kernel_linux? (
34 >=sys-fs/udev-117
35 >=sys-apps/util-linux-2.13
36 >=sys-kernel/linux-headers-2.6.19
37 crypt? ( >=sys-fs/cryptsetup-1.0.5 )
38 )
39 kernel_FreeBSD? ( >=dev-libs/libvolume_id-0.77 )
40 x86? ( >=sys-apps/dmidecode-2.7 )
41 selinux? ( sys-libs/libselinux sec-policy/selinux-hal )"
42 DEPEND="${RDEPEND}
43 dev-util/pkgconfig
44 >=dev-util/intltool-0.35
45 X? ( >=dev-python/pyxf86config-0.3.34-r1 )
46 doc? (
47 app-text/xmlto
48 dev-libs/libxml2
49 dev-util/gtk-doc
50 app-text/docbook-sgml-utils
51 )"
52 PDEPEND="|| ( =app-misc/hal-info-20080310 =app-misc/hal-info-20080508 )
53 !gnome-extra/hal-device-manager
54 laptop? ( >=sys-power/pm-utils-0.99.3 )"
55
56 ## HAL Daemon drops privledges so we need group access to read disks
57 HALDAEMON_GROUPS_LINUX="haldaemon,plugdev,disk,cdrom,cdrw,floppy,usb"
58 HALDAEMON_GROUPS_FREEBSD="haldaemon,plugdev,operator"
59
60 function check_hotplug_net() {
61 local CONFIG_CHECK="~HOTPLUG ~NET"
62 local WARNING_HOTPLUG="CONFIG_HOTPLUG:\tis not set (required for HAL)\n"
63 local WARNING_NET="CONFIG_NET:\tis not set (required for HAL)\n"
64 check_extra_config
65 }
66
67 function check_inotify() {
68 local CONFIG_CHECK="~INOTIFY_USER"
69 local WARNING_INOTIFY_USER="CONFIG_INOTIFY_USER:\tis not set (required for HAL)\n"
70 check_extra_config
71 }
72
73 function check_acpi_proc() {
74 local CONFIG_CHECK="~ACPI_PROCFS ~ACPI_PROC_EVENT"
75 local WARNING_ACPI_PROCFS="CONFIG_ACPI_PROCFS:\tis not set (required for HAL)\n"
76 local WARNING_ACPI_PROC_EVENT="CONFIG_ACPI_PROC_EVENT:\tis not set (required for HAL)\n"
77 check_extra_config
78 }
79
80 pkg_setup() {
81 if use kernel_linux ; then
82 if [[ -e "${ROOT}/usr/src/linux/.config" ]] ; then
83 kernel_is ge 2 6 19 || ewarn "HAL requires a kernel version 2.6.19 or newer"
84
85 if kernel_is lt 2 6 23 && use acpi ; then
86 check_acpi_proc
87 fi
88 fi
89
90 check_hotplug_net
91 check_inotify
92 fi
93
94 # http://devmanual.gentoo.org/ebuild-writing/functions/
95 # http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=191605
96
97 # Create groups for hotplugging and HAL
98 enewgroup haldaemon
99 enewgroup plugdev
100
101 # HAL drops priviledges by default now ...
102 # ... so we must make sure it can read disk/cdrom info (ie. be in ${HALDAEMON_GROUPS} groups)
103 if use kernel_linux; then
104 enewuser haldaemon -1 "-1" /dev/null ${HALDAEMON_GROUPS_LINUX}
105 elif use kernel_FreeBSD; then
106 enewuser haldaemon -1 "-1" /dev/null ${HALDAEMON_GROUPS_FREEBSD}
107 fi
108
109 # Make sure that the haldaemon user is in the ${HALDAEMON_GROUPS}
110 # If users have a problem with this, let them file a bug
111 if [[ ${ROOT} == / ]] ; then
112 if use kernel_linux; then
113 usermod -G ${HALDAEMON_GROUPS_LINUX} haldaemon
114 elif use kernel_FreeBSD; then
115 pw usermod haldaemon -G ${HALDAEMON_GROUPS_FREEBSD}
116 fi
117 fi
118 }
119
120 S="${WORKDIR}/${PF/-r*/}"
121
122 src_unpack() {
123 unpack ${A}
124 cd "${S}"
125
126 EPATCH_MULTI_MSG="Applying Gentoo Patchset ..." \
127 EPATCH_SUFFIX="patch" \
128 EPATCH_SOURCE="${WORKDIR}/${P}-patches/" \
129 EPATCH_FORCE="yes" \
130 epatch
131
132 epatch "${FILESDIR}"/${P}-ppc64.patch
133
134 eautoreconf
135 }
136
137 src_compile() {
138 local acpi="$(use_enable acpi)"
139 local backend=
140 local hardware=
141
142 append-flags -rdynamic
143
144 if use kernel_linux ; then
145 backend="linux"
146 elif use kernel_FreeBSD ; then
147 backend="freebsd"
148 else
149 eerror "Invalid backend"
150 fi
151
152 if use kernel_linux ; then
153 if use acpi ; then
154 # Using IBM ACPI and Toshiba ACPI results in double notification as this
155 # was merged into the Linux Kernel 2.6.22
156 if kernel_is lt 2 6 22 ; then
157 acpi="$acpi --enable-acpi-ibm --enable-acpi-toshiba"
158 else
159 acpi="$acpi --disable-acpi-ibm --disable-acpi-toshiba"
160 fi
161
162 acpi="$acpi --enable-acpi-proc --enable-acpi-acpid"
163 else
164 acpi="$acpi --disable-acpi-ibm --disable-acpi-toshiba"
165 acpi="$acpi --disable-acpi-proc --disable-acpi-acpid"
166 fi
167
168 hardware="--with-cpufreq --with-usb-csr --with-keymaps"
169 use arm && hardware="$hardware --with-omap --enable-pmu"
170 use ppc && hardware="$hardware --enable-pmu"
171
172 if use dell ; then
173 hardware="$hardware --with-dell-backlight"
174 else
175 hardware="$hardware --without-dell-backlight"
176 fi
177
178 hardware="$hardware --enable-sonypic"
179 else
180 hardware="--without-cpufreq --without-usb-csr --without-keymaps"
181 hardware="$hardware --without-omap"
182 hardware="$hardware --without-dell-backlight"
183 hardware="$hardware --enable-acpi-ibm --enable-acpi-toshiba"
184 hardware="$hardware --disable-sonypic"
185 fi
186
187 econf --with-backend=${backend} \
188 --with-os-type=gentoo \
189 --with-pid-file=/var/run/hald.pid \
190 --with-hwdata=/usr/share/misc \
191 --with-socket-dir=/var/run/hald \
192 --enable-umount-helper \
193 --enable-man-pages \
194 --disable-policy-kit \
195 --disable-console-kit \
196 --disable-acl-management \
197 --enable-pci \
198 $(use_enable apm) \
199 $(use_enable debug verbose-mode) \
200 $(use_enable disk-partition parted) \
201 $(use_enable doc docbook-docs) \
202 $(use_enable doc gtk-doc) \
203 --docdir=/usr/share/doc/${PF} \
204 --localstatedir=/var \
205 ${acpi} ${hardware} \
206 || die "configure failed"
207
208 emake || die "make failed"
209 }
210
211 src_install() {
212 emake DESTDIR="${D}" install || die
213 dodoc AUTHORS ChangeLog NEWS README || die "docs failed"
214
215 # hal umount for unclean unmounts
216 exeinto /lib/udev/
217 newexe "${FILESDIR}/hal-unmount.dev" hal_unmount || die "udev helper failed"
218
219 # initscript
220 newinitd "${FILESDIR}/0.5.10-hald.rc" hald || die "init script failed"
221
222 # configuration
223 cp "${FILESDIR}/0.5.10-hald.conf" "${WORKDIR}/" || \
224 die "failed to copy hald.conf"
225
226 if use debug; then
227 sed -e 's:HALD_VERBOSE="no":HALD_VERBOSE="yes":' \
228 -i "${WORKDIR}/0.5.10-hald.conf" || die "failed to change verbose"
229 fi
230 newconfd "${WORKDIR}/0.5.10-hald.conf" hald || \
231 die "failed to install hald.conf"
232
233 if use X ; then
234 # New Configuration Snippets
235 dodoc "${WORKDIR}/${PN}-config-examples/"*.fdi || \
236 die "dodoc X examples failed"
237 dobin "${WORKDIR}/${PN}-config-examples/migrate-xorg-to-fdi.py" || \
238 die "dodoc X migration script failed"
239
240 # Automagic conversion!
241 elog "Migrating xorg.conf Core Keyboard configuration to HAL FDI file"
242 "${WORKDIR}/${PN}-config-examples/migrate-xorg-to-fdi.py" 2> /dev/null \
243 > "${D}/etc/hal/fdi/policy/10-x11-input.fdi" || \
244 ewarn "Failed to migrate your keyboard configuration."
245 fi
246
247 # We now create and keep /media here as both gnome-mount and pmount
248 # use these directories, to avoid collision.
249 keepdir /media
250
251 # We also need to create and keep /etc/fdi/{information,policy,preprobe}
252 # or else hal bombs.
253 keepdir /etc/hal/fdi/{information,policy,preprobe}
254
255 # HAL stores it's fdi cache in /var/lib/cache/hald
256 keepdir /var/lib/cache/hald
257
258 # HAL keeps its unix socket here
259 keepdir /var/run/hald
260 keepdir /var/lib/hal
261 }
262
263 pkg_postinst() {
264 # Despite what people keep changing this location. Either one works.. it doesn't matter
265 # http://dev.gentoo.org/~plasmaroo/devmanual/ebuild-writing/functions/
266
267 elog "The HAL daemon needs to be running for certain applications to"
268 elog "work. Suggested is to add the init script to your start-up"
269 elog "scripts, this should be done like this :"
270 elog "\`rc-update add hald default\`"
271 echo
272 elog "Looking for automounting support? Add yourself to the plugdev group"
273 echo
274 elog "IF you have additional applications which consume ACPI events, you"
275 elog "should consider installing acpid to allow applications to share ACPI"
276 elog "events."
277 if use X ; then
278 echo
279 elog "If you wish to use a non US layout, you may do so by executing:"
280 elog "setxkbmap <layout> or by utilizing your Desktop Environment's"
281 elog "Keyboard Layout Settings mechanism."
282 elog "Under GNOME, this is gnome-keyboard-properties, and under KDE"
283 elog "it is kxkb."
284 fi
285 echo
286 elog "In order have suspend/hibernate function with HAL or apps that use HAL"
287 elog "(such as gnome-power-manager), you should build HAL with the laptop"
288 elog "useflag which will install pm-utils."
289 if use X ; then
290 echo
291 elog "X Input Hotplugging (if you build xorg-server with the HAL useflag)"
292 elog "reads user specific configuration from /etc/hal/fdi/policy/."
293 if [[ $(cat "${ROOT}etc/hal/fdi/policy/10-x11-input.fdi" | wc -c) -gt 0 ]]
294 then
295 elog "We have converted your existing xorg.conf rules and the FDI is stored"
296 elog "at /etc/hal/fdi/policy/10-x11-input.fdi"
297 fi
298 elog "You should remove the Input sections from your xorg.conf once you have"
299 elog "migrated the rules to a HAL fdi file."
300 fi
301
302 ebeep 5
303 epause 5
304 }

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