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commit 01714f9ad750ad1afe631e0af7231d01dabedbf5
parent a4ee893169e83a15b514dffac4f8a490831df993
Author: Dylan Araps <dylan.araps@gmail.com>
Date:   Wed, 19 Feb 2020 17:05:41 +0200

kiss: add missing case to etcsums. Print information to user.

Diffstat:
Mkiss | 29+++++++++++++++++++++++------
1 file changed, 23 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/kiss b/kiss @@ -952,8 +952,9 @@ pkg_install() { trap '' INT # If the package is already installed (and this is an upgrade) make a - # backup of the manifest file. + # backup of the manifest and etcsums files. cp -f "$sys_db/$pkg_name/manifest" "$mak_dir/m" 2>/dev/null ||: + cp -f "$sys_db/$pkg_name/etcsums" "$mak_dir/c" 2>/dev/null ||: # This is repeated multiple times. Better to make it a function. pkg_rsync() { @@ -979,22 +980,38 @@ pkg_install() { { sum_new=$(sha256sum "$file") sum_sys=$(cd "$KISS_ROOT/"; sha256sum "$file") - sum_old=$("$grep" "$file$" "$sys_db/$pkg_name/etcsums") + sum_old=$("$grep" "$file$" "$mak_dir/c") } 2>/dev/null ||: + log "Doing 3-way handshake for $file" + printf '%s\n' "Previous: ${sum_old:-null}" + printf '%s\n' "System: ${sum_sys:-null}" + printf '%s\n' "New: ${sum_new:-null}" + # Use a case statement to easily compare three strings at # the same time. Pretty nifty. - case ${sum_old:-null}${sum_sys}${sum_new} in + case ${sum_old:-null}${sum_sys:-null}${sum_new} in + # old = Y, sys = X, new = Y + ${sum_new}${sum_sys}${sum_old}) + log "Skipping $file." + continue + ;; + # old = X, sys = X, new = X # old = X, sys = Y, new = Y # old = X, sys = X, new = Y ${sum_old}${sum_old}${sum_old}|\ ${sum_old:-null}${sum_sys}${sum_sys}|\ - ${sum_sys}${sum_old}*) new= ;; + ${sum_sys}${sum_old}*) + log "Installing $file." + new= + ;; # All other cases. - *) log "$pkg_name" "WARN: saving /$file as /$file.new" - new=.new + *) + log "($pkg_name) WARN: saving /$file as /$file.new" + new=.new + ;; esac cp -af "$file" "$KISS_ROOT/${file}${new}"