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// Copyright Bastian Eicher et al.
// Licensed under the GNU Lesser Public License
using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Net;
using NDesk.Options;
using ZeroInstall.Services.Executors;
using ZeroInstall.Services.Solvers;
using ZeroInstall.Store.Implementations;
using ZeroInstall.Store.Model;
using ZeroInstall.Store.Model.Selection;
using ZeroInstall.Store.Trust;
#if !NETCOREAPP2_0
using ZeroInstall.DesktopIntegration;
using ZeroInstall.DesktopIntegration.AccessPoints;
#endif
namespace ZeroInstall.Commands
{
/// <summary>
/// An exit code is returned to the original caller after the application terminates, to indicate success or the reason for failure.
/// </summary>
public enum ExitCode
{
/// <summary>The operation completed without any problems.</summary>
OK = 0,
/// <summary>The operation resulted in no changes. This may be due to a problem with the input or simply indicate that the system is already in the desired state.</summary>
NoChanges = 1,
/// <summary>There was a network problem. This may be intermittent and resolve itself e.g. when a Wi-Fi connection is restored.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="WebException"/>
WebError = 10,
/// <summary>You have insufficient access rights. This can potentially be fixed by running the command as an Administrator/root. It may also indicate misconfigured file permissions.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="UnauthorizedAccessException"/>
AccessDenied = 11,
/// <summary>There was an IO problem. This encompasses issues such as missing files or insufficient disk space.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="IOException"/>
IOError = 12,
#if !NETCOREAPP2_0
/// <summary>A desktop integration operation could not be completed due to conflicting <see cref="AccessPoint"/>s.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="ConflictException"/>
Conflict = 15,
#endif
/// <summary>The <see cref="ISolver"/> was unable to provide <see cref="Selections"/> that fulfill the <see cref="Requirements"/>. This can be caused by a problem with the feed, an impossible request (e.g., non-existing version) or your local configuration.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="SolverException"/>
SolverError = 20,
/// <summary>The <see cref="IExecutor"/> was unable to launch the desired application. This usually indicates a problem with the feed.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="ExecutorException"/>
ExecutorError = 21,
/// <summary>A data file could not be parsed. This encompasses issues such as damaged configuration files or malformed XML documents (e.g. feeds).</summary>
/// <seealso cref="InvalidDataException"/>
InvalidData = 25,
/// <summary>The <see cref="ManifestDigest"/> of an implementation does not match the expected value. This could be caused by a damaged download or an incorrect feed.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="DigestMismatchException"/>
DigestMismatch = 26,
/// <summary>There was a problem with the digital signature of a feed. The signature may be missing, damaged or not trusted for the source the feed came from.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="SignatureException"/>
InvalidSignature = 27,
/// <summary>The operation could not be completed because a feature that is not (yet) supported was requested. Upgrading to a newer version may resolve this issue.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="NotSupportedException"/>
NotSupported = 50,
/// <summary>The command-line arguments passed to the application were invalid.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="OptionException"/>
/// <seealso cref="FormatException"/>
InvalidArguments = 99,
/// <summary>The user canceled the task.</summary>
/// <seealso cref="OperationCanceledException"/>
UserCanceled = 100
}
}
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