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# Copyright (C) 2017 TUXEDO Computers GmbH
# derived from budgie-logo-scale-2.script
#
# Copyright (C) 2016 HEXcube and David Mohammed
# derived from ubuntu-mate-logo-scale-2.script - boot splash plugin
#
# Copyright (C) 2014 Ubuntu MATE Developers
# Copyright (C) 2009 Canonical Ltd.
#
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
# any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
# 02111-1307, USA.
#
# Written by: Alberto Milone <alberto.milone@canonical.com>
# Adapted to budgie-remix by: HEXcube <hexcubed@gmail.com> and David Mohammed <foss.freedom@gmail.com>
# Adapted to TUXEDO Computers by: Vinzenz Vietzke <vv@tuxedocomputers.com>
#
# Based on the example provided with the "script plugin" written by:
# Charlie Brej <cbrej@cs.man.ac.uk>
#
# Question stuff written by: Markus Waas <mail@markuswaas.de>
#
#
# Set the text colour in (rgb / 256)
text_colour.red = 1.0;
text_colour.green = 1.0;
text_colour.blue = 1.0;
# Tinted text #988592
# For mate, use #dedbd2
tinted_text_colour.red = 0.87;
tinted_text_colour.green = 0.86;
tinted_text_colour.blue = 0.82;
# Action Text - #ffffff - RGB 255 255 255
action_text_colour.red = 1.0;
action_text_colour.green = 1.0;
action_text_colour.blue = 1.0;
# Orange - #ff4012 - RGB 255 64 18
debugsprite = Sprite();
debugsprite_bottom = Sprite();
debugsprite_medium = Sprite();
# Ubuntu Font
ubuntufont = "Ubuntu 11";
ubuntualignment = "center";
# Scale factor
scalefactor = 2;
# are we currently prompting for a password?
prompt_active = 0;
# Generic scalable image loader
fun LoadScaleImage (imagepath) {
image = Image (imagepath);
image = image.Scale (image.GetWidth() * scalefactor, image.GetHeight() * scalefactor);
return image;
}
# General purpose function to create text
fun WriteText (text, colour) {
image = Image.Text (text, colour.red, colour.green, colour.blue, color.alpha, ubuntufont, ubuntualignment);
image = image.Scale (image.GetWidth() * scalefactor, image.GetHeight() * scalefactor);
return image;
}
fun ImageToText (text) {
image = WriteText (text, text_colour);
return image;
}
fun ImageToTintedText (text) {
image = WriteText (text, tinted_text_colour);
return image;
}
fun ImageToActionText (text) {
image = WriteText (text, action_text_colour);
return image;
}
fun Debug(text) {
debugsprite.SetImage(ImageToText (text));
}
fun DebugBottom(text) {
debugsprite_bottom.SetImage(ImageToText (text));
debugsprite_bottom.SetPosition(0, (Window.GetHeight (0) - 20), 1);
}
fun DebugMedium(text) {
debugsprite_medium.SetImage(ImageToText (text));
debugsprite_medium.SetPosition(0, (Window.GetHeight (0) - 60), 1);
}
fun TextYOffset() {
local.y;
local.text_height;
local.min_height;
# Put the 1st line below the logo + some spacing
y = logo.y + logo.height + (progress_indicator.bullet_height * 7 ); # + logo_spacing;
text_height = first_line_height * 7.5;
min_height = Window.GetHeight();
if (y + text_height > min_height)
y = min_height - text_height;
if (y < progress_indicator.y + progress_indicator.height)
return progress_indicator.y + progress_indicator.height;
return y;
}
#------------------------------String functions-------------------------------
# This is the equivalent for strstr()
fun StringString(string, substring) {
start = 0;
while (String(string).CharAt (start)) {
walk = 0;
while (String(substring).CharAt (walk) == String(string).CharAt (start + walk) ) {
walk++;
if (!String(substring).CharAt (walk)) return start;
}
start++;
}
return NULL;
}
fun StringLength (string) {
index = 0;
while (String(string).CharAt(index)) index++;
return index;
}
fun StringCopy (source, beginning, end) {
local.destination = "";
for (index = beginning; ( ( (end == NULL) || (index <= end) ) && (String(source).CharAt(index)) ); index++) {
local.destination += String(source).CharAt(index);
}
return local.destination;
}
fun StringReplace (source, pattern, replacement) {
local.found = StringString(source, pattern);
if (local.found == NULL)
return source;
local.new_string = StringCopy (source, 0, local.found - 1) +
replacement +
StringCopy (source, local.found + StringLength(pattern), NULL);
return local.new_string;
}
# it makes sense to use it only for
# numbers up to 100
fun StringToInteger (str) {
int = -1;
for (i=0; i<=100; i++) {
if (i+"" == str) {
int = i;
break;
}
}
return int;
}
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Previous background colour
# #300a24 --> 0.19, 0.04, 0.14
# New background colour
# #2c001e --> 0.16, 0.00, 0.12
#
# Color for TUXEDO
# #212121 --> 0.129, 0.129, 0.129
Window.SetBackgroundTopColor (0.129, 0.129, 0.129); # Nice colour on top of the screen fading to
Window.SetBackgroundBottomColor (0.129, 0.129, 0.129); # an equally nice colour on the bottom
bits_per_pixel = Window.GetBitsPerPixel ();
if (bits_per_pixel == 4) {
logo_filename = "tuxedo-logo16@2.png";
progress_dot_off_filename = "progress_dot_off16@2.png";
progress_dot_on_filename = "progress_dot_on16@2.png";
password_field_filename = "password_field16.png";
question_field_filename = "password_field16.png";
} else {
logo_filename = "tuxedo-logo@2.png";
progress_dot_off_filename = "progress_dot_off@2.png";
progress_dot_on_filename = "progress_dot_on@2.png";
password_field_filename = "password_field.png";
question_field_filename = "password_field.png";
}
logo.image = LoadScaleImage (logo_filename);
logo.sprite = Sprite ();
logo.sprite.SetImage (logo.image);
logo.width = logo.image.GetWidth ();
logo.height = logo.image.GetHeight ();
logo.x = Window.GetX () + Window.GetWidth () / 2 - logo.width / 2;
logo.y = Window.GetY () + Window.GetHeight () / 2 - logo.height / 1.3;
logo.z = 1000;
logo.sprite.SetX (logo.x);
logo.sprite.SetY (logo.y);
logo.sprite.SetZ (logo.z);
logo.sprite.SetOpacity (1);
# Spacing below the logo - in pixels
logo_spacing = logo.height * 4;
message_notification[0].image = ImageToTintedText ("");
message_notification[1].image = ImageToTintedText ("");
fsck_notification.image = ImageToActionText ("");
status = "normal";
progress_indicator.bullet_off = LoadScaleImage (progress_dot_off_filename);
progress_indicator.bullet_on = LoadScaleImage (progress_dot_on_filename);
progress_indicator.bullet_width = progress_indicator.bullet_off.GetWidth ();
progress_indicator.bullet_height = progress_indicator.bullet_off.GetHeight ();
progress_indicator.bullet_hspacing = progress_indicator.bullet_width * 1.1;
progress_indicator.width = progress_indicator.bullet_width * 5;
progress_indicator.height = progress_indicator.bullet_height;
progress_indicator.y = logo.y + logo.height + (logo.height / 10);
progress_indicator.x = Window.GetX () + Window.GetWidth () / 2 - progress_indicator.width / 2; # logo.x + 26;
# use a fixed string with ascending and descending stems to calibrate the
# bounding box for the first message, so the messages below don't move up
# and down according to *their* height.
first_line_height = ImageToTintedText ("AfpqtM").GetHeight();
# if the user has a 640x480 or 800x600 display, we can't quite fit everything
# (including passphrase prompts) with the target spacing, so scoot the text up
# a bit if needed.
top_of_the_text = TextYOffset();
#-----------------------------------------Logo functions------------------------------
# Call this when updating the screen
fun draw_logo () {
logo.sprite.SetX (logo.x);
logo.sprite.SetY (logo.y);
logo.sprite.SetZ (logo.z);
logo.sprite.SetOpacity (1);
}
#-----------------------------------------Progress Indicator--------------------------
fun set_progress_indicator () {
# Here we assume that we can store half bullets on each half of the screen
# together with some spacing
local.x = progress_indicator.x;
for (index = 0; index <= 4; index++) {
# Set the "off" bullets
progress_indicator.bullets_off[index].sprite = Sprite (progress_indicator.bullet_off);
progress_indicator.bullets_off[index].sprite.SetPosition (local.x, progress_indicator.y, 1000);
progress_indicator.bullets_off[index].x = local.x;
progress_indicator.bullets_off[index].y = progress_indicator.y;
progress_indicator.bullets_off[index].sprite.SetOpacity (1);
#local.debug_medium_string = "Progress indicator " + index + ": x = " + progress_indicator.bullets_off[index].x +
# ", y = " + progress_indicator.bullets_off[index].y + ", logo width = " + logo.width +
# ", logo height = " + logo.height + " " + screen_width + " " + screen_height;
#
#(index % 2) && DebugMedium (local.debug_medium_string) || DebugBottom (local.debug_medium_string);
# Set the "on" bullets on top of the "off" bullets and make them transparent
progress_indicator.bullets_on[index].sprite = Sprite (progress_indicator.bullet_on);
progress_indicator.bullets_on[index].x = progress_indicator.bullets_off[index].x;
progress_indicator.bullets_on[index].y = progress_indicator.bullets_off[index].y;
progress_indicator.bullets_on[index].sprite.SetPosition (progress_indicator.bullets_on[index].x, progress_indicator.bullets_on[index].y, 10000);
progress_indicator.bullets_on[index].sprite.SetOpacity (0);
local.x += progress_indicator.bullet_hspacing;
}
#local.debug_string = "Progress indicator: x1 = " + progress_indicator.x + ", x2 = " + local.x + ", y = " + progress_indicator.y +
# ", x logo = " + logo.x + ", y logo = " + logo.y + ", indicator width = " + progress_indicator.width;
#Debug(progress_indicator.bullets_off[0].x);
}
# We have 2 bullets, one on top of the other:
# The white one is on top of the red one and the former should
# slowly fade so as to get a nice transition effect.
fun switch_on_bullet (bullets_off, bullets_on, bullet_number, opacity) {
local.x = bullets_on[bullet_number].x;
local.y = bullets_on[bullet_number].y;
local.z = bullets_on[bullet_number].z;
# Hide the bullets which are off
bullets_off[bullet_number].sprite.SetOpacity (0);
# Show the bullets which are on
bullets_on[bullet_number].sprite.SetPosition (local.x, local.y, local.z);
bullets_on[bullet_number].sprite.SetOpacity (opacity);
# Bump the number of times we have switched on bullets
global.times_bullets_switched++;
}
fun switch_off_bullets () {
# Debug("Switching off progress indicator");
set_progress_indicator ();
global.times_bullets_switched = 0;
global.on_off = 1;
}
# This is something that we can call when we exit
fun switch_on_bullets () {
# Debug("Switching off progress indicator");
if (!global.progress_indicator.bullets_on) set_progress_indicator ();
local = global.progress_indicator;
for (index = 0; bullets_on[index]; index++) {
switch_on_bullet (bullets_off, bullets_on, index, 1.0);
}
}
# Implement in boot progress callback
fun animate_progress_indicator (progress, time) {
if (global.progress_time == NULL) {
global.progress_time = progress; #time;
switch_off_bullets ();
}
# Debug ("progress = " + progress + ", time = " + time + " times switched = " + global.times_bullets_switched + " on_off " + global.on_off);
# if (global.times_bullets_switched == NULL)
# global.times_bullets_switched = 5;
# if (global.on_off == NULL)
# global.on_off = 0;
if ((progress - global.progress_time) >= 0.7) {
global.progress_time = progress;
if (global.times_bullets_switched == 5) {
# Change which bullets are switched on
# and which ones are switched off
global.on_off = !global.on_off;
global.times_bullets_switched = 0;
}
if (global.on_off) {
switch_on_bullet (progress_indicator.bullets_off, progress_indicator.bullets_on,
global.times_bullets_switched, 1.0);
}
else {
switch_on_bullet (progress_indicator.bullets_on, progress_indicator.bullets_off,
global.times_bullets_switched, 1.0);
}
}
# Start setting bullets to "on" with translucency
# for (index = 0; index <= 5; index++) {
# opacity = 0.0;
# while (opacity <= 1.0) {
# switch_on_bullet (progress_indicator.bullets_off, progress_indicator.bullets_on,
# index, opacity);
# opacity += 0.1;
# }
# }
}
#-----------------------------------------Label utility functions---------------------
# label should be either a string or NULL
# Images for n lines will be created and returned as items of the
# message_label array
#
fun get_message_label (label, is_fake, is_action_line) {
# Debug("Get Label position");
local.message_label;
if (is_fake)
# Create a fake label so as to get the y coordinate of
# a standard-length label.
local.message_image = ImageToTintedText ("This is a fake message");
else
local.message_image = (is_action_line) && ImageToActionText (label) || ImageToTintedText (label);
message_label.width = message_image.GetWidth ();
message_label.height = message_image.GetHeight ();
# Center the line horizontally
message_label.x = Window.GetX () + Window.GetWidth () / 2 - message_label.width / 2;
message_label.y = top_of_the_text;
# Put the 2nd line below the fsck line
if (is_action_line) {
local.fsck_label.y = message_label.y + (first_line_height + first_line_height / 2);
message_label.y = local.fsck_label.y + (first_line_height * 2);
}
# Debug("action label x = " + message_label.x + " y = " + message_label.y );
# message_debug = "msg_x = " + message_label.x + " msg_y = " + message_label.y +
# "msg_width = " + message_label.width + " msg_height = " +
# message_label.height + " message = " + label;
# Debug(message_debug);
return message_label;
}
# Create an fsck label and/or get its position
fun get_fsck_label (label, is_fake) {
# Debug("Get Label position");
local.fsck_label = global.progress_label;
if (is_fake)
fsck_label.image = ImageToTintedText ("This is a fake message");
else
fsck_label.image = ImageToTintedText (label);
fsck_label.width = fsck_label.image.GetWidth ();
fsck_label.height = fsck_label.image.GetHeight ();
# Centre the label horizontally
fsck_label.x = Window.GetX () + Window.GetWidth () / 2 - fsck_label.width / 2;
local.first_label = get_message_label (label, 1, 0);
# Place the label below the 1st message line
fsck_label.y = local.first_label.y + local.first_label.height + (local.first_label.height / 2);
# message_debug = "msg_x = " + fsck_label.x + " msg_y = " + fsck_label.y +
# "msg_width = " + fsck_label.width + " msg_height = " +
# fsck_label.height + " message = " + label;
# Debug(message_debug);
return fsck_label;
}
#-----------------------------------------Message stuff --------------------------------
#
# Set up a message label
#
# NOTE: this is called when doing something like 'plymouth message "hello world"'
#
fun setup_message (message_text, x, y, z, index) {
# Debug("Message setup");
global.message_notification[index].image = (index) && ImageToActionText (message_text) || ImageToTintedText (message_text);
# Set up the text message, if any
message_notification[index].x = x;
message_notification[index].y = y;
message_notification[index].z = z;
message_notification[index].sprite = Sprite ();
message_notification[index].sprite.SetImage (message_notification[index].image);
message_notification[index].sprite.SetX (message_notification[index].x);
message_notification[index].sprite.SetY (message_notification[index].y);
message_notification[index].sprite.SetZ (message_notification[index].z);
}
fun show_message (index) {
if (global.message_notification[index].sprite) global.message_notification[index].sprite.SetOpacity(1);
}
fun hide_message (index) {
if (global.message_notification[index].sprite) global.message_notification[index].sprite.SetOpacity(0);
}
# the callback function is called when new message should be displayed.
# First arg is message to display.
fun message_callback (message)
{
# Debug("Message callback");
is_fake = 0;
if (!message || (message == "")) is_fake = 1;
local.substring = "keys:";
# Look for the "keys:" prefix
local.keys = StringString(message, local.substring);
local.is_action_line = (keys != NULL);
#Debug("keys " + local.keys + " substring length = " + StringLength(local.substring));
# Get the message without the "keys:" prefix
if (keys != NULL)
message = StringCopy (message, keys + StringLength(local.substring), NULL);
# Get the message without the "fsckd-cancel-msg" prefix as we don't support i18n
substring = "fsckd-cancel-msg:";
keys = StringString(message, substring);
if (keys != NULL)
message = StringCopy(message, keys + StringLength(substring), NULL);
local.label.is_fake = is_fake;
label = get_message_label(message, is_fake, is_action_line);
label.z = 10000;
setup_message (message, label.x, label.y, label.z, is_action_line);
if (prompt_active && local.is_action_line)
hide_message (is_action_line);
else
show_message (is_action_line);
}
#-----------------------------------------Display Password stuff -----------------------
#
fun password_dialogue_setup (message_label) {
# Debug("Password dialog setup");
local.entry;
local.bullet_image;
bullet_image = LoadScaleImage (progress_dot_off_filename);
entry.image = LoadScaleImage (password_field_filename);
# Hide the normal labels
prompt_active = 1;
if (message_notification[1].sprite) hide_message (1);
# Set the prompt label
label = get_message_label(message_label, 0, 1);
label.z = 10000;
setup_message (message_label, label.x, label.y, label.z, 2);
show_message (2);
# Set up the text entry which contains the bullets
entry.sprite = Sprite ();
entry.sprite.SetImage (entry.image);
# Centre the box horizontally
entry.x = Window.GetX () + Window.GetWidth () / 2 - entry.image.GetWidth () / 2;
# Put the entry below the second label.
entry.y = message_notification[2].y + label.height;
#Debug ("entry x = " + entry.x + ", y = " + entry.y);
entry.z = 10000;
entry.sprite.SetX (entry.x);
entry.sprite.SetY (entry.y);
entry.sprite.SetZ (entry.z);
global.password_dialogue = local;
}
fun password_dialogue_opacity (opacity) {
# Debug("Password dialog opacity");
global.password_dialogue.opacity = opacity;
local = global.password_dialogue;
# You can make the box translucent with a float
# entry.sprite.SetOpacity (0.3);
entry.sprite.SetOpacity (opacity);
label.sprite.SetOpacity (opacity);
if (bullets) {
for (index = 0; bullets[index]; index++) {
bullets[index].sprite.SetOpacity (opacity);
}
}
}
# The callback function is called when the display should display a password dialogue.
# First arg is prompt string, the second is the number of bullets.
fun display_password_callback (prompt, bullets) {
# Debug("Password dialog setup");
global.status = "password";
if (!global.password_dialogue) password_dialogue_setup(prompt);
password_dialogue_opacity (1);
bullet_width = password_dialogue.bullet_image.GetWidth();
bullet_y = password_dialogue.entry.y +
password_dialogue.entry.image.GetHeight () / 2 -
password_dialogue.bullet_image.GetHeight () / 2;
margin = bullet_width;
spaces = Math.Int( (password_dialogue.entry.image.GetWidth () - (margin * 2) ) / ( 2 * bullet_width / 3 ) );
#Debug ("spaces = " + spaces + ", bullets = " + bullets);
bullets_area.width = margin + spaces * ( 2 * bullet_width / 3);
bullets_area.x = Window.GetX () + Window.GetWidth () / 2 - bullets_area.width / 2;
#DebugBottom ("pwd_entry x = " + password_dialogue.entry.x + ", bullets_area.x = " + bullets_area.x + ", bullets_area.width = " + bullets_area.width);
if (bullets > spaces)
bullets = spaces;
for (index = 0; password_dialogue.bullets[index] || index < spaces ; index++){
if (!password_dialogue.bullets[index]) {
password_dialogue.bullets[index].sprite = Sprite ();
password_dialogue.bullets[index].sprite.SetImage (password_dialogue.bullet_image);
password_dialogue.bullets[index].x = bullets_area.x + # password_dialogue.entry.x + margin +
index * ( 2 * bullet_width / 3 ) ;
password_dialogue.bullets[index].sprite.SetX (password_dialogue.bullets[index].x);
password_dialogue.bullets[index].y = bullet_y;
password_dialogue.bullets[index].sprite.SetY (password_dialogue.bullets[index].y);
password_dialogue.bullets[index].z = password_dialogue.entry.z + 100 - index;
password_dialogue.bullets[index].sprite.SetZ (password_dialogue.bullets[index].z);
}
password_dialogue.bullets[index].sprite.SetOpacity (0);
if (index < bullets ) {
password_dialogue.bullets[index].sprite.SetOpacity (1);
}
}
}
Plymouth.SetDisplayPasswordFunction (display_password_callback);
Plymouth.SetMessageFunction (message_callback);
Plymouth.SetBootProgressFunction (animate_progress_indicator);
# Plymouth.SetBootProgressFunction: the callback function is called with two numbers, the progress (between 0 and 1) and the time spent booting so far
# Plymouth.SetRootMountedFunction: the callback function is called when a new root is mounted
# Plymouth.SetKeyboardInputFunction: the callback function is called with a string containing a new character entered on the keyboard
#----------------------------------------- FSCK Counter --------------------------------
# Initialise the counter
fun init_fsck_count () {
# The number of fsck checks in this cycle
global.counter.total = 0;
# The number of fsck checks already performed + the current one
global.counter.current = 1;
# The previous fsck
global.counter.last = 0;
}
# Increase the total counter
fun increase_fsck_count () {
global.counter.total++;
}
fun increase_current_fsck_count () {
global.counter.last = global.counter.current++;
}
# Clear the counter
fun clear_fsck_count () {
global.counter = NULL;
init_fsck_count ();
}
#----------------------------------------- Progress Label ------------------------------
# Change the opacity level of a progress label
#
# opacity = 1 -> show
# opacity = 0 -> hide
# opacity = 0.3 (or any other float) -> translucent
#
fun set_progress_label_opacity (opacity) {
# the label
progress_label.sprite.SetOpacity (opacity);
# Make the slot available again when hiding the bar
# So that another bar can take its place
if (opacity == 0) {
progress_label.is_available = 1;
progress_label.device = "";
}
}
# Set up a new Progress Bar
#
# TODO: Make it possible to reuse (rather than recreate) a bar
# if .is_available = 1. Ideally this would just reset the
# label, the associated
# device and the image size of the sprite.
fun init_progress_label (device, status_string) {
# Make the slot unavailable
global.progress_label.is_available = 0;
progress_label.progress = 0;
progress_label.device = device;
progress_label.status_string = status_string;
}
# See if the progress label is keeping track of the fsck
# of "device"
#
fun device_has_progress_label (device) {
#DebugBottom ("label device = " + progress_label.device + " checking device " + device);
return (progress_label.device == device);
}
# Update the Progress bar which corresponds to index
#
fun update_progress_label (progress) {
# If progress is NULL then we just refresh the label.
# This happens when only counter.total has changed.
if (progress != NULL) {
progress_label.progress = progress;
#Debug("device " + progress_label.device + " progress " + progress);
# If progress >= 100% hide the label and make it available again
if (progress >= 100) {
set_progress_label_opacity (0);
# See if we any other fsck check is complete
# and, if so, hide the progress bars and the labels
on_fsck_completed ();
return 0;
}
}
# Update progress label here
#
# FIXME: the queue logic from this theme should really be moved into mountall
# instead of using string replacement to deal with localised strings.
label = StringReplace (progress_label.status_string[0], "%1$d", global.counter.current);
label = StringReplace (label, "%2$d", global.counter.total);
label = StringReplace (label, "%3$d", progress_label.progress);
label = StringReplace (label, "%%", "%");
progress_label = get_fsck_label (label, 0);
#progress_label.progress = progress;
progress_label.sprite = Sprite (progress_label.image);
# Set up the bar
progress_label.sprite.SetPosition(progress_label.x, progress_label.y, 1);
set_progress_label_opacity (1);
}
# Refresh the label so as to update counters
fun refresh_progress_label () {
update_progress_label (NULL);
}
#----------------------------------------- FSCK Queue ----------------------------------
# Initialise the fsck queue
fun init_queue () {
global.fsck_queue[0].device;
global.fsck_queue[0].progress;
global.fsck_queue.counter = 0;
global.fsck_queue.biggest_item = 0;
}
fun clear_queue () {
global.fsck_queue = NULL;
init_queue ();
}
# Return either the device index in the queue or -1
fun queue_look_up_by_device (device) {
for (i=0; i <= fsck_queue.biggest_item; i++) {
if ((fsck_queue[i]) && (fsck_queue[i].device == device))
return i;
}
return -1;
}
# Keep track of an fsck process in the queue
fun add_fsck_to_queue (device, progress) {
# Look for an empty slot in the queue
for (i=0; global.fsck_queue[i].device; i++) {
continue;
}
local.index = i;
# Set device and progress
global.fsck_queue[local.index].device = device;
global.fsck_queue[local.index].progress = progress;
# Increase the queue counter
global.fsck_queue.counter++;
# Update the max index of the array for iterations
if (local.index > global.fsck_queue.biggest_item)
global.fsck_queue.biggest_item = local.index;
#DebugMedium ("Adding " + device + " at " + local.index);
}
fun is_queue_empty () {
return (fsck_queue.counter == 0);
}
fun is_progress_label_available () {
return (progress_label.is_available == 1);
}
# This should cover the case in which the fsck checks in
# the queue are completed before the ones showed in the
# progress label
fun on_queued_fsck_completed () {
if (!is_queue_empty ())
return;
# Hide the extra label, if any
#if (progress_bar.extra_label.sprite)
# progress_bar.extra_label.sprite.SetOpacity(0);
}
fun remove_fsck_from_queue (index) {
# Free memory which was previously allocated for
# device and progress
global.fsck_queue[index].device = NULL;
global.fsck_queue[index].progress = NULL;
# Decrease the queue counter
global.fsck_queue.counter--;
# See if there are other processes in the queue
# if not, clear the extra_label
on_queued_fsck_completed ();
}
fun on_fsck_completed () {
# We have moved on to tracking the next fsck
increase_current_fsck_count ();
if (!is_progress_label_available ())
return;
if (!is_queue_empty ())
return;
# Hide the progress label
if (progress_label.sprite)
progress_label.sprite.SetOpacity (0);
# Clear the queue
clear_queue ();
# Clear the fsck counter
clear_fsck_count ();
}
# Update an fsck process that we keep track of in the queue
fun update_progress_in_queue (index, device, progress) {
# If the fsck is complete, remove it from the queue
if (progress >= 100) {
remove_fsck_from_queue (index);
on_queued_fsck_completed ();
return;
}
global.fsck_queue[index].device = device;
global.fsck_queue[index].progress = progress;
}
# TODO: Move it to some function
# Create an empty queue
#init_queue ();
#----------------------------------------- FSCK Functions ------------------------------
# Either add a new bar for fsck checks or update an existing bar
#
# NOTE: no more than "progress_bar.max_number" bars are allowed
#
fun fsck_check (device, progress, status_string) {
# The 1st time this will take place
if (!global.progress_label) {
# Increase the fsck counter
increase_fsck_count ();
# Set up a new label for the check
init_progress_label (device, status_string);
update_progress_label (progress);
return;
}
if (device_has_progress_label (device)) {
# Update the progress of the existing label
update_progress_label (progress);
}
else {
# See if there's already a slot in the queue for the device
local.queue_device_index = queue_look_up_by_device(device);
# See if the progress_label is available
if (progress_label.is_available) {
# local.my_string = "available index " + local.available_index + " progress_bar counter is " + progress_bar.counter;
# Debug(local.my_string);
# If the fsck check for the device was in the queue, then
# remove it from the queue
if (local.queue_device_index >= 0) {
remove_fsck_from_queue (index);
}
else {
# Increase the fsck counter
increase_fsck_count ();
}
# local.my_string += local.message;
#Debug("setting new label for device " + device + " progress " + progress);
# Set up a new label for the check
init_progress_label (device, status_string);
update_progress_label (progress);
}
# If the progress_label is not available
else {
# If the fsck check for the device is already in the queue
# just update its progress in the queue
if (local.queue_device_index >= 0) {
#DebugMedium("Updating queue at " + local.queue_device_index + " for device " + device);
update_progress_in_queue (local.queue_device_index, device, progress);
}
# Otherwise add the check to the queue
else {
#DebugMedium("Adding device " + device + " to queue at " + local.queue_device_index);
add_fsck_to_queue (device, progress);
# Increase the fsck counter
increase_fsck_count ();
refresh_progress_label ();
}
}
}
# if (!is_queue_empty ()) {
# DebugBottom("Extra label for "+ device);
#}
# else {
# DebugBottom("No extra label for " + device + ". 1st Device in the queue "+ fsck_queue[0].device + " counter = " + global.fsck_queue.counter);
# }
}
#-----------------------------------------Update Status stuff --------------------------
#
# The update_status_callback is what we can use to pass plymouth whatever we want so
# as to make use of features which are available only in this program (as opposed to
# being available for any theme for the script plugin).
#
# Example:
#
# Thanks to the current implementation, some scripts can call "plymouth --update=fsck:sda1:40"
# and this program will know that 1) we're performing and fsck check, 2) we're checking sda1,
# 3) the program should set the label progress to 40%
#
# Other features can be easily added by parsing the string that we pass plymouth with "--update"
#
fun update_status_callback (status) {
# Debug(status);
if (!status) return;
string_it = 0;
update_strings[string_it] = "";
for (i=0; (String(status).CharAt(i) != ""); i++) {
local.temp_char = String(status).CharAt(i);
if (temp_char != ":")
update_strings[string_it] += temp_char;
else
update_strings[++string_it] = "";
}
# my_string = update_strings[0] + " " + update_strings[1] + " " + update_strings[2];
# Debug(my_string);
# Let's assume that we're dealing with these strings fsck:sda1:40
if ((string_it >= 2) && (update_strings[0] == "fsck")) {
device = update_strings[1];
progress = update_strings[2];
status_string[0] = update_strings[3]; # "Checking disk %1$d of %2$d (%3$d %% complete)"
if (!status_string[0])
status_string[0] = "Checking disk %1$d of %2$d (%3$d %% complete)";
if ((device != "") && (progress != "")) {
progress = StringToInteger (progress);
# Make sure that the fsck_queue is initialised
if (!global.fsck_queue)
init_queue ();
# Make sure that the fsck counter is initialised
if (!global.counter)
init_fsck_count ();
# if (!global.progress_bar.extra_label.sprite)
# create_extra_fsck_label ();
# Keep track of the fsck check
fsck_check (device, progress, status_string);
}
}
# systemd-fsckd pass fsckd:<number_devices>:<progress>:<l10n_string>
if (update_strings[0] == "fsckd") {
number_devices = StringToInteger(update_strings[1]);
if (number_devices > 0) {
label = update_strings[3];
progress_label = get_fsck_label (label, 0);
progress_label.sprite = Sprite (progress_label.image);
progress_label.sprite.SetPosition(progress_label.x, progress_label.y, 1);
progress_label.sprite.SetOpacity (1);
} else {
if (progress_label.sprite)
progress_label.sprite.SetOpacity (0);
}
}
}
Plymouth.SetUpdateStatusFunction (update_status_callback);
#-----------------------------------------Display Question stuff -----------------------
fun question_dialogue_setup (message_label, text_image) {
#Debug("Question dialog setup");
local.field;
local.content;
local.margin;
field.image = LoadScaleImage (question_field_filename);
content = Sprite ();
bullet_image = LoadScaleImage (progress_dot_off_filename);
margin = bullet_image.GetWidth() / 2;
# Hide the normal labels
prompt_active = 1;
if (message_notification[1].sprite) hide_message (1);
# Set the prompt label
label = get_message_label(message_label, 0, 1);
label.z = 10000;
setup_message (message_label, label.x, label.y, label.z, 2);
show_message (2);
# Set up the text field which contains the contents
field.sprite = Sprite ();
field.sprite.SetImage (field.image);
# Centre the box horizontally
field.x = Window.GetX () + Window.GetWidth () / 2 - field.image.GetWidth () / 2;
content_x = field.x + margin;
# Put the field below the second label.
field.y = message_notification[2].y + label.height;
content_y = field.y + field.image.GetHeight () / 2 - text_image.GetHeight () / 2;
#Debug ("field x = " + field.x + ", y = " + field.y);
field.z = 10000;
field.sprite.SetX (field.x);
field.sprite.SetY (field.y);
field.sprite.SetZ (field.z);
#Debug ("content_x = " + content_x + " content_y = " + content_y);
content_z = field.z + 1;
content.SetPosition (content_x, content_y, content_z);
global.question_dialogue = local;
}
# The callback function is called when the display should display a question dialogue.
# First arg is prompt string, the second is the field contents.
fun display_question_callback (prompt, contents) {
global.status = "question";
#Debug ("Reply: " + contents);
textImage = ImageToText(contents);
if (!global.question_dialogue) {
question_dialogue_setup(prompt, textImage);
}
margin = global.question_dialogue.margin;
fieldWidth = global.question_dialogue.field.image.GetWidth ();
for (i = 0; ( (textImage.GetWidth () + 2 * margin ) > fieldWidth ); i++) {
textImage = ImageToText(StringCopy (contents, i, StringLength (contents)));
}
global.question_dialogue.content.SetImage (textImage);
}
Plymouth.SetDisplayQuestionFunction (display_question_callback);
#-----------------------------------------Refresh stuff --------------------------------
#
# Calling Plymouth.SetRefreshFunction with a function will set that function to be
# called up to 50 times every second, e.g.
#
# NOTE: if a refresh function is not set, Plymouth doesn't seem to be able to update
# the screen correctly
#
fun refresh_callback ()
{
draw_logo ();
}
Plymouth.SetRefreshFunction (refresh_callback);
#-----------------------------------------Display Normal stuff -----------------------
#
# The callback function is called when the display should return to normal
fun display_normal_callback ()
{
global.status = "normal";
if (global.password_dialogue) {
password_dialogue_opacity (0);
global.password_dialogue = NULL;
if (message_notification[2].sprite) hide_message(2);
prompt_active = 0;
}
if (global.question_dialogue) {
question_dialogue_opacity (0);
global.question_dialogue = NULL;
if (message_notification[2].sprite) hide_message(2);
prompt_active = 0;
}
if (message_notification[1].sprite) show_message (1);
}
Plymouth.SetDisplayNormalFunction (display_normal_callback);
#----------------------------------------- Quit --------------------------------
# TODO: Maybe we should also hide any other dialog
# Show the logo and make the progress indicator look full when on exit
fun quit_callback ()
{
logo.sprite.SetOpacity (1);
switch_on_bullets ();
}
Plymouth.SetQuitFunction(quit_callback);
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