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# The `rpg-package-install` program perform the actual installation of files
# into the system installation locations. The `<package>` and `<version>`
# supplied must already be registered in the package database as by invoking
# the `rpg-package-register` program.
# If the package is already installed and at the version specified,
# `rpg-package-install` exits immediately with a success exit status. The
# `-f` argument can be used to force the install operations to be performed
# on an already installed program.
set -e
. rpg-sh-setup
[ "$*" ] || set -- '--help'; ARGV="$@"
USAGE '${PROGNAME} [-f] <package> <version> ...
Install a registered package from the database.
This is a low level command. For an install front-end, see rpg-install(1).'
test "$1" = '-f' && {
[ "$1$2" ] || {
warn "invalid arguments: '$*'";
exit 2
# Utility Functions
# -----------------
# Usage: `installfile <source> <dest>`
# Attempt to hard link `<dest>` to `<source>` but fall back to `cp(1)` if
# you're crossing file systems or `ln` fails otherwise.
installfile () {
if ln -f "$1" "$2" 2>/dev/null
then notice "$2 [ln]"
else notice "$2 [cp]"
cp "$1" "$2"
# Usage: `installdir <source> <dest>`
# Recursive file hierarchy copy routine. Attempts to hardlink files
# and falls back to normal copies.
installdir () {
mkdir -p "$2"
for file in "$1"/*
if test -f "$file"
then # link dest to source
installfile "$file" "$2/$(basename $file)"
echo "$2/$(basename $file)"
elif test -d "$file"
then # recurse into directories
installdir "$file" "$2/$(basename $file)"
else warn "unknown file type: $file"
return 1
return 0
# Package Database Prep
# ---------------------
# Establish our directories in the package database. These should
# have already been created by `rpg-package-register`. If not, bail
# out now since something isn't right.
package="$1" version="$2"; shift 2
test "$version" = '=' && { version="$1"; shift; }
test -d "$packagedir/$version" || {
warn "package not registered: $package $version"
exit 1
heed "$package $version"
# Fetch the gem into the cache and unpack into the packs area if
# its not already there.
if ! $force && test -d "$RPGPACKS/$package-$version"
then notice "$package $version sources exist. bypassing fetch / unpack."
else rm -rf "$RPGPACKS/$package-$version"
gemfile=$(rpg-fetch "$package" "$version")
notice "unpacking $gemfile into $RPGPACKS"
mkdir -p "$RPGPACKS"
rpg-unpack -p "$RPGPACKS" "$gemfile" >/dev/null
rpg-shit-list "$package" "$version" "$RPGPACKS/$package-$version"
# If the package already has an active/installed version, check if it's
# the same as the one we're installing and bail if so. Otherwise unlink
# the active version and install over it for now.
test -e "$packagedir/active" && {
activevers=$(readlink $packagedir/active)
if test "$activevers" = "$version"
if $force
then notice "$package $version is current; reinstalling due to -f"
unlink "$packagedir/active"
else notice "$package $version is current; skipping package install"
exit 0
else notice "$package $activevers is installed but $version requested"
rpg-uninstall "$package"
# Path to the unpacked package directory.
# Symlink the `installing` file to the version directory. This will let us
# detect in progress or failed installations.
ln -sf "$version" "$packagedir/installing"
# Anything written to standard output within the main install block is
# written to the install manifest. The manifest should include full paths to
# all files installed
echo "# $package $version ($(date))"
# Extension Libraries
# -------------------
# Build extension libraries if they exist. Bail out if the build fails.
exts="$(rpg-build "$pack")" || {
warn "extension failed to build"
exit 1
# Install any extensions to `RPGLIB`. This is kind of tricky. We should
# be running `make` in the extension directory but I haven't had time to
# make it work right so just pull the prefix out of the `Makefile` and
# install the shared libs manually.
test -n "$exts" && {
mkdir -p "$RPGLIB"
echo "$exts" |
while read dl
prefix=$(sed -n 's/^target_prefix *= *//p' "$(dirname $dl)/Makefile")
test "$prefix" = "/ext" && prefix=""
dest="${RPGLIB}/${RUBYARCH}${prefix}/$(basename $dl)"
mkdir -p "${RPGLIB}/${RUBYARCH}${prefix}"
installfile "$dl" "$dest"
echo "$dest"
# Ruby Library Files
# ------------------
# Recursively install all library files into `RPGLIB`.
# A big majority of packages have a single lib directory but some use an
# alternative libdir (ruby-debug) and it's also possible to have multiple
# lib directories. Use the `require_paths` gemspec value to determine lib
# sub-directories, ignoring certain incorrect values (`test`, `ext`, `spec`,
# etc.).
libdirs=$(cat "$packagedir/$version/require_paths" 2>&1)
: ${libdirs:=lib}
for libdir in $libdirs
test "$libdir" = "ext" && continue
test "$libdir" = "test" && continue
test "$libdir" = "spec" && continue
if test -d "$pack/$libdir"
then mkdir -p "$RPGLIB"
installdir "$pack/$libdir" "$RPGLIB"
else notice "warning: $package libdir '$libdir' does not exist"
# Ruby Executables
# ----------------
# Write executable scripts into `RPGBIN` and rewrite shebang lines.
test -d "$pack/bin" && {
mkdir -p "$RPGBIN"
for file in "$pack/bin"/*
do dest="$RPGBIN/$(basename $file)"
notice "$dest [!]"
sed "s@^#!.*ruby.*@#!$(ruby_command)@" <"$file" >"$dest"
chmod 0755 "$dest"
echo "$dest"
# Manpages
# --------
# Install any manpages included with the package into `RPGMAN`. Make
# sure files are being installed under the prescribed hierarchy.
test -d "$pack/man" && {
for file in "$pack/man"/*
if test -f "$file" &&
expr "$file" : '.*\.[0-9][0-9A-Za-z]*$' >/dev/null
dest="$RPGMAN/man$section/$(basename $file)"
mkdir -p "$RPGMAN/man$section"
installfile "$file" "$dest"
echo "$dest"
} > "$manifest"
# Mark this package as active
unlink "$packagedir/installing"
ln -sf "$version" "$packagedir/active"
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