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# $NetBSD: bsd.bulk-pkg.mk,v 1.152 2011/09/08 20:17:15 abs Exp $
#
# Copyright (c) 1999, 2000 Hubert Feyrer <hubertf@NetBSD.org>
# 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.
# 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software
# must display the following acknowledgement:
# This product includes software developed by Hubert Feyrer for
# the NetBSD Project.
#
# THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR
# IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
# OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
# IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
# INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
# NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
# DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
# THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
# (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
# THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
#
##
## For this to work, put
## DEPENDS_TARGET= bulk-install
## BATCH= yes
## into your /etc/mk.conf, then cd /usr/pkgsrc; make bulk-package
##
## bulk-install will only compile pkgs if necessary, and install binary
## pkgs if possible/available.
## bulk-package will build binary packages, and remove them (together with
## any depending packages) immediately after that, leaving only the
## binary package back. Broken packages are marked (``.broken'').
##
LS?= ls
TEE?= tee
WC?= wc
TO_HTML?= ${SED} -e 's,&,\&amp;,g' -e 's,<,\&lt;,g' -e 's,>,\&gt;,g'
# This variable is set to 'yes' by the pkgsrc/mk/bulk/build script. It enables
# the use of several cache files (DEPENDSTREEFILE, DEPENDSFILE, SUPPORTSFILE,
# and INDEXFILE) for speeding up the processing of dependencies. If we're not
# actively in the middle of a bulk build, however, we don't know that these files
# exist or are up to date and they take quite a while to rebuild. So unless
# they're known to exist and be up to date, don't use them.
USE_BULK_CACHE?= no
# If set to 'yes', avoids inflating the 'breaks' column of the final report
# by not counting dependent packages that are broken all by themselves.
# If set to 'no', may speed up building on some platforms where fork() is slow.
# (Only takes effect if USE_BULK_CACHE=yes.)
USE_BULK_BROKEN_CHECK?= yes
# This variable may be set to 'no' to avoid automatic rebuilding of dependent
# packages based solely on timestamps of the package's pkgsrc files and/or
# its dependency binary packages. This will cause rebuilding only when the
# full version number of the package changes (e.g., via PKGREVISION bump).
USE_BULK_TIMESTAMPS?= yes
# Shall we remove any packages which are installed, but not required
# to build this package
PRECLEAN?= yes
# Sometimes it's useful to not only keep the build logs from broken
# packages, but also the ones from packages that worked.
# This feature is still experimental.
KEEP_BUILDLOGS?= no
# If OBJHOSTNAME is set, use first component of hostname in cache and log files
# If OBJMACHINE is set, use ${MACHINE_ARCH} in the cache and log files
.if defined(OBJHOSTNAME)
. if !defined(_HOSTNAME)
_HOSTNAME!= ${UNAME} -n
. endif
BULK_ID?= .${_HOSTNAME:C|\..*||}
.elif defined(OBJMACHINE)
BULK_ID?= .${MACHINE_ARCH}
.else
BULK_ID?=
.endif
.if ${_USE_DESTDIR} != "no"
_PACKAGE_TARGET= package package-install
.else
_PACKAGE_TARGET= package
.endif
#
# Package-specific files
#
# If the package has been built successfully, and if KEEP_BUILDLOGS is
# set to "yes", the build log is saved in this file.
BUILD_SUCCEEDED_FILE?= .build_succeeded${BULK_ID}
# This file exists to mark a package as broken
BROKENFILE?= .broken${BULK_ID}.html
# When this file exists for a package, it has been marked as not to be
# available on this platform.
NOT_AVAILABLE_FILE?= .bulk-not_available
# This file is the work log for a broken package
BROKENWRKLOG?= .broken${BULK_ID}.work.txt
# This file is human-created to force a package to show up as broken
# (it is never cleaned by the bulk build, and contains the broken reason)
FORCEBROKENFILE?= .forcebroken
# This file is where the log of the build goes
BUILDLOG?= .make${BULK_ID}
#
# Top level databases and log files
#
# This is the directory in which all temporary files and log files from the
# bulk build are kept.
# It defaults to ${PKGSRCDIR}, but may be better suited to another directory
# if pkgsrc is on a remote (e.g., nfs) filesystem.
BULKFILESDIR?= ${PKGSRCDIR}
# This is a top level file which lists the entire pkgsrc depends tree in the
# format:
# foo/bar devel/libfoo
# meaning 'foo/bar' is requied to build 'devel/libfoo'
# this is in the format needed by tsort(1)
DEPENDSTREEFILE?= ${BULKFILESDIR}/.dependstree${BULK_ID}
# This is a top level file which lists the entire pkgsrc depends tree in the
# format:
# foo/bar depends on: devel/libfoo devel/libbar devel/baz .....
# ie, to build foo/bar we need devel/libfoo devel/libbar devel/baz ... installed
DEPENDSFILE?= ${BULKFILESDIR}/.depends${BULK_ID}
# This is a top level file which lists the entire pkgsrc depends tree in the
# format:
# devel/libfoo is depended upon by: foo/bar graphics/gtkfoo ...
# ie, to build foo/bar we need devel/libfoo to be installed.
# to build graphics/gtkfoo we need devel/libfoo to be installed
SUPPORTSFILE?= ${BULKFILESDIR}/.supports${BULK_ID}
# This is a top level file which cross-references each package name and pkg
# directory in the format:
# devel/libfoo libfoo-1.3
INDEXFILE?= ${BULKFILESDIR}/.index${BULK_ID}
# File containing a list of all the packages in the correct order for a bulk
# build. The correct order is one where packages that are required by others
# are built before the packages which require them.
ORDERFILE?= ${BULKFILESDIR}/.order${BULK_ID}
# File which is used as a timestamp for when the build started. This is used
# eventually for looking for leftover files (files not properly deinstalled)
STARTFILE?= ${BULKFILESDIR}/.start${BULK_ID}
# This top level file saves the bulk build ID. As it most often has a time
# stamp, it is only generated once and later retrieved from this file.
BULK_BUILD_ID_FILE?= ${BULKFILESDIR}/.bulk_build_id${BULK_ID}
# File created and used by lintpkgsrc(8) to cache package metadata for
# pruning and bulk-upload exclusions.
LINTPKGSRC_DB?= ${BULKFILESDIR}/.lintpkgsrc.db${BULK_ID}
# File which is used as a database for bulk builds in which SPECIFIC_PKGS is
# defined. This database is used to hold all the dependency and index
# information for the specific packages as well as their dependencies. In a
# SPECIFIC_PKGS bulk build, this file is created and then used to create the
# INDEXFILE and DEPENDSTREEFILE.
BULK_DBFILE?= ${BULKFILESDIR}/.bulk_db${BULK_ID}
# A list of pkgs which we should _never_ delete during a build. The primary
# use is for digest and also for xpkgwedge. Add pkgtools/xpkgwedge in
# /etc/mk.conf to do an xpkgwedged bulk build.
BULK_PREREQ+= pkgtools/digest
# Commands for printing informational messages from the bulk build.
# BULK_MSG_CONT is used for continuing a message started with BULK_MSG
BULK_MSG?= ${ECHO_MSG} "BULK>"
BULK_MSG_CONT?= ${ECHO_MSG} " "
#
# Private variables
#
# If this is "yes", the working directory will not be cleaned after building
# the package. It can also be set to "pack-if-failed" to save a .tar.gz
# file of the working directory in BULKFILESDIR instead of keeping the files,
# but only if the package failed to build.
_PRESERVE_WRKDIR?= no
# create an escaped version of PKGPATH. We do this because
# in several places we want to be able to use something like
# foo/bar.baz++ in a regular expression but have it be interpreted
# literally. So, turn it into foo\/bar\.baz\+\+
_ESCPKGPATH= ${PKGPATH:C@\/@\\/@g:C@\+@\\+@g:C@\.@\\.@g:Q}
# The directory where package-specific log files are saved.
_BULK_PKGLOGDIR= ${BULKFILESDIR}/${PKGPATH}
# Package-specific log files.
_BROKENFILE= ${_BULK_PKGLOGDIR}/${BROKENFILE}
_BROKENWRKLOG= ${_BULK_PKGLOGDIR}/${BROKENWRKLOG}
_BUILDLOG= ${_BULK_PKGLOGDIR}/${BUILDLOG}
_FORCEBROKENFILE= ${_BULK_PKGLOGDIR}/${FORCEBROKENFILE}
_BUILD_SUCCEEDED_FILE= ${_BULK_PKGLOGDIR}/${BUILD_SUCCEEDED_FILE}
# Only create directories if ${PKGSRCDIR} != ${BULKFILESDIR}
.if ${PKGSRCDIR} != ${BULKFILESDIR}
_BULK_MKDIR= ${MKDIR}
.else
_BULK_MKDIR= ${DO_NADA}
.endif
#
# Sanity checks
#
# Allow FORCEBROKENFILE files to be created in either PKGSRCDIR or BULKFILESDIR.
.if exists(${FORCEBROKENFILE})
PKG_FAIL_REASON+= "${PKGNAME} is marked as broken by the bulk build administrator: `cat ${FORCEBROKENFILE:Q:Q}`"
.elif exists(${_FORCEBROKENFILE})
PKG_FAIL_REASON+= "${PKGNAME} is marked as broken by the bulk build administrator: `cat ${_FORCEBROKENFILE:Q:Q}`"
.endif
#
# Make targets
#
# build the cache files used as part of a full bulk build
# Note: we have to install the BULK_PREREQ packages _before_
# extracting the depends tree because some packages like
# xpkgwedge only become DEPENDS if it is installed
.PHONY: bulk-cache
bulk-cache:
@${BULK_MSG} "Installing BULK_PREREQ packages"
.for __prereq in ${BULK_PREREQ} lang/perl5
cd ${PKGSRCDIR}/${__prereq} && ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} bulk-install
.endfor
${RM} -f ${BULK_DBFILE}
${TOUCH} ${BULK_DBFILE}
.if !defined(SPECIFIC_PKGS)
@${ECHO} "This file is unused for a full pkgsrc bulk build" >> ${BULK_DBFILE}
@${ECHO} "It is only used for a SPECIFIC_PKGS bulk build" >> ${BULK_DBFILE}
@${BULK_MSG} "Building complete pkgsrc dependency tree (this may take a while)."
cd ${PKGSRCDIR} && ${PKGSRC_SETENV} BMAKE=${MAKE:Q} ${SH} mk/bulk/printdepends ${BROKENFILE:Q} ${BULKFILESDIR:Q} > ${DEPENDSTREEFILE:Q}
@${BULK_MSG} "Generating package name <=> package directory cross reference file"
@${BULK_MSG_CONT} "(this may take a while)."
cd ${PKGSRCDIR} && ${PKGSRC_SETENV} BMAKE=${MAKE:Q} ${SH} mk/bulk/printindex ${NOT_AVAILABLE_FILE} ${BULKFILESDIR:Q} > ${INDEXFILE:Q}
.else
@${BULK_MSG} "Extracting database for SPECIFIC_PKGS subset of pkgsrc"
@${BULK_MSG_CONT} "along with their dependencies"
. for __tmp__ in ${SUBDIR} ${BULK_PREREQ} lang/perl5 pkgtools/lintpkgsrc
@if [ ! -d ${PKGSRCDIR}/${__tmp__} ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} "WARN: Skipping nonexisting directory ${__tmp__}"; \
${ECHO} " 0 ${__tmp__} 0" >> ${BULKFILESDIR:Q}/${BROKENFILE:Q}; \
else \
cd ${PKGSRCDIR}/${__tmp__} && ${PKGSRC_SETENV} BMAKE=${MAKE:Q} AWK=${AWK:Q} EXPR=${EXPR:Q} ${SH} ../../mk/scripts/mkdatabase -a -f ${BULK_DBFILE:Q}; \
fi
. endfor
@${BULK_MSG} "Extracting dependency tree file"
${AWK} '/^(build_)?depends/ {pkgs[$$2] = 1; cat=$$2; sub(/\/.*/, "", cat); \
for(i=3; i<=NF; i=i+1){ \
listed[$$2] = 1; \
sub(/[^:]*:\.\.\/\.\.\//, "", $$i); \
sub(/[^:]*:\.\./, cat , $$i); \
print $$i " " $$2; \
}} END{ \
for(pkg in pkgs) {if( pkg in listed ) {} else{ print pkg " " pkg;}} \
}' \
${BULK_DBFILE} | ${SORT} -u > ${DEPENDSTREEFILE}
@${BULK_MSG} "Extracting package name <=> package directory cross reference file"
${AWK} '/^index/ {print $$2 " " $$3 " "}' ${BULK_DBFILE} > ${INDEXFILE}
.endif
@${BULK_MSG} "Sorting build order."
cd ${BULKFILESDIR} && ${TSORT} ${DEPENDSTREEFILE} > ${ORDERFILE}
@${BULK_MSG} "Generating up and down dependency files."
${LOCALBASE}/bin/perl ${PKGSRCDIR}/mk/bulk/tflat ${SUPPORTSFILE} ${DEPENDSFILE} < ${DEPENDSTREEFILE}
# note explicit pathname on "perl" above, so that we do NOT auto-set
# USE_TOOLS=perl (which may be undesirable for package building)
# remove the bulk cache files
.PHONY: clean-bulk-cache
clean-bulk-cache:
${RM} -f ${BULK_DBFILE} \
${DEPENDSTREEFILE} \
${DEPENDSFILE} \
${SUPPORTSFILE} \
${INDEXFILE} \
${ORDERFILE}
# check if the $REF file is up to date, i.e. is newer than any of
# the pkg files; prints "1" if up to date, "0" if not.
.PHONY: bulk-check-uptodate
bulk-check-uptodate:
@uptodate=1; \
if [ -f "${REF}" ]; then \
if [ "${REF:T}" != "${PKGFILE:T}" ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} 1>&2 "${REF} is out of date (new version ${PKGNAME}); rebuilding..."; \
uptodate=0; \
elif [ "${USE_BULK_TIMESTAMPS}" = "yes" ]; then \
${SHCOMMENT} "Check files of this package"; \
newfiles="`${FIND} . \( \( -name CVS -o -name ${WRKDIR_BASENAME} \) -prune \) -o \( -type f -newer "${REF}" ! \( -name README.html -o -name DESCR -o -name COMMENT -o -name '.*' \) \) -print || ${TRUE}`"; \
nnewfiles="`echo $$newfiles | ${WC} -w`"; \
if [ "$$nnewfiles" -gt 0 ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} 1>&2 "Package ${PKGNAME} ($$newfiles) modified since last 'make package' re-packaging..."; \
uptodate=0; \
else \
${BULK_MSG} 1>&2 "${REF} is up to date."; \
fi; \
else \
${BULK_MSG} 1>&2 "${REF} is up to date."; \
fi; \
else \
${BULK_MSG} 1>&2 "Package ${PKGNAME} not built yet, packaging..."; \
uptodate=0; \
fi; \
if [ "$$uptodate" = "1" ]; then \
${SHCOMMENT} "Check required binary packages"; \
(${DEPENDS:C/:.*$//:@d@${ECHO} ${d:Q};@} ${TRUE}) | \
(while read dep; do \
${SHCOMMENT} "check against the binary pkg that pkg_add would pick, too:"; \
${SHCOMMENT} "(Only one should be returned here, really...)"; \
pkg=`${PKG_ADMIN} lsbest "${PACKAGES}/All/$$dep"`; \
if [ -z "$$pkg" ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} 1>&2 "Required binary package $$dep does not exist, rebuilding..."; \
exit 1; \
elif [ "${USE_BULK_TIMESTAMPS}" = "yes" ] && [ -n "`${FIND} $$pkg -prune -newer ${REF} -print`" ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} 1>&2 "Required binary package $$dep (`basename $$pkg`) is newer, rebuilding..."; \
exit 1; \
else \
${BULK_MSG} 1>&2 "Required binary package $$dep (`basename $$pkg`) is usable."; \
fi; \
done) || uptodate=0; \
fi; \
${ECHO} $$uptodate
# rebuild binpkg if any of the pkg files is newer than the binary archive
# set DO to ":" to not actually do anything (debugging, ...)
.PHONY: bulk-package
bulk-package:
@${_BULK_MKDIR} ${_BULK_PKGLOGDIR:Q}
@if [ -f ${_BROKENFILE:Q} ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} "Package ${PKGNAME} is already marked as broken."; \
exit 1; \
fi
${RUN} \
{ ${ECHO} "###"; \
${ECHO} "### `${DATE}`"; \
${ECHO} "### pkgsrc build log for ${PKGNAME}"; \
${ECHO} "###"; \
${ECHO} ""; \
} >> ${_BUILDLOG}
${RUN} set +e; \
uptodate=`${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} bulk-check-uptodate REF=${PKGFILE}` ; \
if [ $$uptodate = 1 ]; then \
{ ${BULK_MSG} "Nothing to be done for ${PKGNAME}." ; \
} 2>&1 | ${TEE} -a ${_BUILDLOG:Q}; \
else \
( if ${PKG_INFO} -qe ${PKGWILDCARD:Q}; then \
oldpkg=`${PKG_INFO} -e ${PKGWILDCARD}`; \
${BULK_MSG} "Removing outdated (installed) package $$oldpkg first." ; \
${DO} ${PKG_DELETE} -r ${PKGWILDCARD:Q} ;\
fi ; \
if [ -f ${PKGFILE} ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} "Removing old binary package ${PKGFILE}." ; \
${DO} ${RM} -f ${PKGFILE} ; \
for cat in ${CATEGORIES}; do \
${DO} ${RM} -f ${PACKAGES}/$$cat/${PKGNAME}${PKG_SUFX}; \
done ;\
fi; \
${BULK_MSG} "Bulk building ${PKGNAME}" ; \
${DO} ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} clean;\
if [ "${PRECLEAN}" = "yes" ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} "Currently installed packages:"; \
${PKG_INFO} -e "*" | ${SED} -e "s,^,* ,"; \
${PHASE_MSG} "Removing installed packages which are not needed to build ${PKGNAME}" ; \
if [ "${USE_BULK_CACHE}" = "yes" ]; then \
for pkgname in `${PKG_INFO} -e \\*`; do \
: "The package may have been deinstalled in between."; \
${PKG_INFO} -qe "$$pkgname" || continue; \
pkgdir=`${PKG_INFO} -Q PKGPATH "$$pkgname"`; \
[ "$$pkgdir" ] || { ${FAIL_MSG} "Empty PKGPATH for $$pkgname"; continue; }; \
required=`${AWK} '$$1 == "${PKGPATH}" { for (i = 4; i <= NF; i++) { if ($$i == "'"$$pkgdir"'") { print $$i; } } }' ${DEPENDSFILE}`; \
if true; then \
if [ "$$required" ]; then \
${STEP_MSG} "Keeping dependency $$pkgname." ;\
else \
case "${BULK_PREREQ}" in \
*$$pkgdir* ) \
${STEP_MSG} "Keeping BULK_PREREQ $$pkgname ($$pkgdir)" ;\
;; \
* ) \
${STEP_MSG} "Deinstalling $$pkgname"; \
${DO} ${PKG_DELETE} -r $$pkgname || ${TRUE}; \
;; \
esac ; \
fi ;\
fi ;\
done; \
else \
${STEP_MSG} "Deinstalling all packages"; \
${DO} ${PKG_DELETE} -r "*" || ${TRUE}; \
fi ;\
fi ;\
if [ "${USE_BULK_CACHE}" = "yes" ]; then \
${SHCOMMENT} "Install required depends via binarypkgs XXX" ; \
${BULK_MSG} "Installing dependencies for ${PKGNAME}." ;\
for pkgdir in `${SED} -n -e "/^${_ESCPKGPATH} / s;^[^:]*:;;p" ${DEPENDSFILE}` ${BULK_PREREQ} ; do \
pkgname=`${AWK} '$$1 == "'"$$pkgdir"'" { print $$2; }' ${INDEXFILE}`; \
if [ -z "$$pkgname" ]; then ${BULK_MSG} "WARNING: could not find package name for directory $$pkgdir"; continue ; fi ;\
if [ -f "${BULKFILESDIR}/$$pkgdir/${NOT_AVAILABLE_FILE}" ]; then \
${ECHO} "The dependency $$pkgname ($$pkgdir) is not available." >> ${BULKFILESDIR}/${PKGPATH}/${NOT_AVAILABLE_FILE}; \
exit 1; \
fi; \
pkgfile=${PACKAGES}/All/$${pkgname}${PKG_SUFX} ;\
if ${PKG_INFO} -qe $$pkgname ; then \
${BULK_MSG} "Dependency $$pkgname is already installed" ; \
else \
if [ -f $$pkgfile ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} "Installing $$pkgfile"; \
${DO} ${PKG_ADD} ${PKG_ARGS_ADD} $$pkgfile || ${WARNING_MSG} "could not add $$pkgfile." ; \
else \
${BULK_MSG} "warning: $$pkgfile does not exist. It will be rebuilt." ;\
fi ;\
fi ;\
done ;\
fi ;\
${ECHO_MSG} ${MAKE} package '(${PKGNAME})' 2>&1 ; \
${DO} ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} ${_PACKAGE_TARGET};\
${ECHO} ""; \
${ECHO} "===> Warnings from the wrapper log (sorted):"; \
${GREP} "^WARNING" ${WRKLOG} | ${SORT} -u | ${TO_HTML}; \
${ECHO} ""; \
) 2>&1 | ${TEE} -a ${_BUILDLOG:Q} ; \
if [ -f ${PKGFILE} ]; then \
case ${KEEP_BUILDLOGS} in \
yes) ${MV} ${_BUILDLOG:Q} ${_BUILD_SUCCEEDED_FILE:Q}; \
;; \
no) ${RM} ${_BUILDLOG:Q}; \
;; \
esac; \
else \
{ ${ECHO} "<html>"; \
${ECHO} "<head><title>pkgsrc build log for ${PKGNAME}</title></head>"; \
${ECHO} ""; \
${ECHO} "<body>"; \
${ECHO} "<pre>"; \
${TO_HTML} < ${_BUILDLOG:Q}; \
${MAKE} debug 2>&1 | ${TO_HTML}; \
${ECHO} "</pre>"; \
} > ${_BROKENFILE:Q}; \
${RM} -f ${_BUILDLOG:Q}; \
if [ -f "${WRKLOG}" ]; then \
${CP} ${WRKLOG:Q} ${_BROKENWRKLOG:Q}; \
fi; \
( \
if [ -f ${_BROKENWRKLOG:Q} ]; then \
${ECHO} "<p>"; \
${ECHO} "Please view the <a href=\"../../${PKGPATH}/${BROKENWRKLOG}\">work log for ${PKGNAME}</a>"; \
${ECHO} "</p>"; \
fi >> ${_BROKENFILE:Q}; \
${ECHO} "<pre>" >> ${_BROKENFILE:Q}; \
${BULK_MSG} "${PKGNAME} was marked as broken:" ; \
${LS} -la ${_BROKENFILE:Q} ; \
${ECHO_MSG} ${MAKE} deinstall ; \
${DO} ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} deinstall ; \
${ECHO} "</pre>" >> ${_BROKENFILE:Q}; \
nbrokenby=0;\
if [ "${USE_BULK_CACHE}" = "yes" ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} "Marking all packages which depend upon ${PKGNAME} as broken:"; \
tmp=`${SED} -n -e "/^${_ESCPKGPATH} / s;^[^:]*:[ ]*;;p" ${SUPPORTSFILE}` ; \
if test -n "$$tmp" ; then \
${ECHO} "<ul>"; \
for pkgdir in $$tmp ; do \
pkg_brokendir=${BULKFILESDIR:Q}/"$$pkgdir"; \
pkg_brokenfile="$$pkg_brokendir"/${BROKENFILE:Q}; \
pkgname=`${AWK} '$$1 == "'"$$pkgdir"'" { print $$2; }' ${INDEXFILE}`; \
case $$pkgname in \
"") pkgname="unknown"; \
${BULK_MSG} "WARNING: unknown pkgname in $$pkgdir.";; \
esac; \
${ECHO} "<li>$$pkgname ($$pkgdir)</li>";\
pkgerr='-1'; pkgignore=''; pkgskip=''; \
if [ "${USE_BULK_BROKEN_CHECK}" = 'yes' ]; then \
pkgignore=`(cd ${PKGSRCDIR}/$$pkgdir && ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} show-var VARNAME=PKG_FAIL_REASON)`; \
pkgskip=`(cd ${PKGSRCDIR}/$$pkgdir && ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} show-var VARNAME=PKG_SKIP_REASON)`; \
fi; \
if [ ! -z "$${pkgignore}$${pkgskip}" -a ! -f "$${pkg_brokenfile}" ]; then \
{ ${BULK_MSG} "$$pkgname ($$pkgdir) may not be packaged because:"; \
${BULK_MSG} "$$pkgignore"; \
${BULK_MSG} "$$pkgskip"; \
} >> "$${pkg_brokenfile}"; \
if [ "${USE_BULK_BROKEN_CHECK}" != 'yes' ] || [ -z "`(cd ${PKGSRCDIR}/$$pkgdir && ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} show-var VARNAME=BROKEN)`" ]; then \
pkgerr="0"; \
else \
pkgerr="1"; \
fi; \
fi; \
${_BULK_MKDIR} "$${pkg_brokendir}"; \
{ ${ECHO} "$$pkgname ($$pkgdir) is broken because it depends upon ${PKGNAME} (${PKGPATH}) which is broken."; \
${ECHO} "Please view the <a href=\"../../${PKGPATH}/${BROKENFILE}\">build log for ${PKGNAME}</a>.<br />"; \
} >> "$${pkg_brokenfile}"; \
nbrokenby=`expr $$nbrokenby + 1`;\
if ${GREP} -q " $$pkgdir/${BROKENFILE}" ${BULKFILESDIR:Q}/${BROKENFILE:Q} ; then :; \
else \
${ECHO} " $$pkgerr $$pkgdir/${BROKENFILE} 0 " >> ${BULKFILESDIR:Q}/${BROKENFILE:Q} ;\
fi ;\
done ;\
${ECHO} "</ul>"; \
fi ;\
fi ;\
nerrors=`${GREP} -c '^\*\*\* Error code' ${_BROKENFILE:Q} || true`; \
${ECHO} " $$nerrors ${PKGPATH}/${BROKENFILE} $$nbrokenby " >> ${BULKFILESDIR:Q}/${BROKENFILE:Q} \
) 2>&1 | ${TEE} -a ${_BROKENFILE:Q}; \
fi ; \
if [ ${_PRESERVE_WRKDIR} = "pack-if-failed" ] && [ ! -f ${PKGFILE} ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} "Making an archive from the working directory."; \
(cd ${WRKDIR} \
&& ${PAX} -wz -f ${_BULK_PKGLOGDIR}/wrkdir.tar.gz . \
) || ${TRUE}; \
fi; \
case ${_PRESERVE_WRKDIR} in \
yes|YES) ;; \
*) ${DO} ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} clean;; \
esac; \
fi
@if [ ! -f ${PKGFILE} ]; then \
${BULK_MSG} "Build for ${PKGNAME} was not successful, aborting." | ${TEE} -a ${_BROKENFILE:Q} ; \
${ECHO} "<pre>" >> ${_BROKENFILE:Q}; \
{ ${ECHO} "</pre>"; \
${ECHO} "</body>"; \
${ECHO} "</html>"; \
} >> ${_BROKENFILE:Q}; \
exitcode=1; \
else \
case ${KEEP_BUILDLOGS} in \
yes) ${TEST} ! -f ${_BUILDLOG:Q} \
|| ${MV} ${_BUILDLOG:Q} ${_BUILD_SUCCEEDED_FILE:Q}; \
;; \
no) ${RM} -f ${_BUILDLOG:Q}; \
;; \
esac; \
exitcode=0; \
fi; \
exit $$exitcode
.if ${BULKFILESDIR} != ${PKGSRCDIR}
${RUN} \
${RMDIR} ${_BULK_PKGLOGDIR:Q} 2>/dev/null 1>&2 || ${TRUE}
.endif
# Install pkg - if possible from binary pkg (i.e. available & up-to-date)
# else revert to the old recompiling.
# Don't rely upon pkg_add to snarf in depending pkgs as they may have
# been modified and need rebuilding.
.PHONY: bulk-install
bulk-install:
${RUN} if ${PKG_INFO} -qe ${PKGNAME} ; then exit 0; fi; \
if [ `${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} bulk-check-uptodate REF=${PKGFILE}` = 1 ]; then \
if ${PKG_INFO} -qe ${PKGNAME} ; then :; \
else \
${DO} ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} install-depends ; \
${BULK_MSG} ${PKG_ADD} ${PKG_ARGS_ADD} ${PKGFILE} ; \
${DO} ${PKG_ADD} ${PKG_ARGS_ADD} ${PKGFILE} ; \
fi ; \
else \
${ECHO_MSG} ${MAKE} bulk-package PRECLEAN=no; \
${DO} ${RECURSIVE_MAKE} ${MAKEFLAGS} bulk-package PRECLEAN=no; \
fi
bulk-info: .PHONY
@${ECHO} pkgname ${PKGPATH} ${PKGNAME}
@:; ${DEPENDS:@d@${ECHO} ${PKGPATH} ${d:Q}@; }
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