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commit 9792df69f56f6dc2ae82893dd11a7a5e05a9562c
parent 8f8042672e99a70db355ec4b0b2ae764e320c21e
Author: Dylan Araps <dylan.araps@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu,  4 Jul 2019 09:49:39 +0300

kiss: Fix spelling mistakes in comments and messages.

Diffstat:
Mkiss | 75+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++--------------------------------------
1 file changed, 37 insertions(+), 38 deletions(-)

diff --git a/kiss b/kiss @@ -1,7 +1,7 @@ #!/bin/sh -e # # This is a simple package manager written in POSIX 'sh' for -# KISS Linux utlizing the core unix utilites where needed. +# KISS Linux utilizing the core UNIX utilities where needed. # # The script runs with 'set -e' enabled. It will exit on any # non-zero return code. This ensures that no function continues @@ -83,11 +83,11 @@ pkg_search() { pkg_list() { # List installed packages. As the format is files and - # diectories, this just involves a simple for loop and + # directories, this just involves a simple for loop and # file read. # Change directories to the database. This allows us to - # avoid having to basename each path. If this fails, + # avoid having to 'basename' each path. If this fails, # set '$1' to mimic a failed glob which indicates that # nothing is installed. cd "$KISS_ROOT/var/db/kiss/" 2>/dev/null || @@ -168,7 +168,7 @@ pkg_sources() { } pkg_extract() { - # Extract all source archives to the build diectory and copy over + # Extract all source archives to the build directory and copy over # any local repository files. log "[$1]: Extracting sources..." @@ -187,11 +187,11 @@ pkg_extract() { case $src in # Do nothing as git repository was downloaded to the build - # diectory directly. + # directory directly. git:*) ;; - # Only 'tar' archives are currently supported for extaction. - # Any other filetypes are simply copied to '$mak_dir' which + # Only 'tar' archives are currently supported for extraction. + # Any other file-types are simply copied to '$mak_dir' which # allows you to extract them manually. *://*.tar*|*://*.tgz) tar xf "$src_dir/$1/${src##*/}" -C "./$dest" \ @@ -256,7 +256,7 @@ pkg_verify() { repo_dir=$(pkg_search "$1") # Generate a second set of checksums to compare against the - # repositorie's checksums for the package. + # repository's checksums for the package. pkg_checksums .checksums "$1" # Compare the checksums using 'cmp'. @@ -276,8 +276,7 @@ pkg_verify() { pkg_strip() { # Strip package binaries and libraries. This saves space on the - # system as well as on the tarballs we ship for installation. - log "[$1]: Stripping binaries and libraries..." + # system as well as on the tar-balls we ship for installation. # Find the package's repository files. This needs to keep # happening as we can't store this data in any kind of data @@ -313,7 +312,7 @@ pkg_manifest() ( # packages, checking for package conflicts and for general debugging. log "[$1]: Generating manifest..." - # This funcion runs as a subshell to avoid having to 'cd' back to the + # This funcion runs as a sub-shell to avoid having to 'cd' back to the # prior directory before being able to continue. cd "$pkg_dir/$1" @@ -327,9 +326,9 @@ pkg_manifest() ( ) pkg_tar() { - # Create a tarball from the built package's files. - # This tarball also contains the package's database entry. - log "[$1]: Creating tarball..." + # Create a tar-ball from the built package's files. + # This tar-ball also contains the package's database entry. + log "[$1]: Creating tar-ball..." # Find the package's repository files. This needs to keep # happening as we can't store this data in any kind of data @@ -339,15 +338,15 @@ pkg_tar() { # Read the version information to name the package. read -r version release < "$repo_dir/version" - # Create a tarball from the contents of the built package. + # Create a tar-ball from the contents of the built package. tar zpcf "$bin_dir/$1#$version-$release.tar.gz" -C "$pkg_dir/$1" . || - die "[$1]: Failed to create tarball." + die "[$1]: Failed to create tar-ball." - log "[$1]: Successfully created tarball." + log "[$1]: Successfully created tar-ball." } pkg_build() { - # Build packages and turn them into packaged tarballs. This function + # Build packages and turn them into packaged tar-balls. This function # also checks checksums, downloads sources and ensure all dependencies # are installed. @@ -451,7 +450,7 @@ pkg_build() { repo_dir=$(pkg_search "$pkg") # Install built packages to a directory under the package name - # to avod collisions with other packages. + # to avoid collisions with other packages. mkdir -p "$pkg_dir/$pkg/var/db/kiss" # Move to the build directory and call the build script. @@ -462,7 +461,7 @@ pkg_build() { # This acts as the database entry. cp -Rf "$repo_dir" "$pkg_dir/$pkg/var/db/kiss/" - log "[$pkg]: Sucessfully built package." + log "[$pkg]: Successfully built package." # Create the manifest file early and make it empty. # This ensure that the manifest is added to the manifest... @@ -515,7 +514,7 @@ pkg_checksums() { [ "$src_path" ] || die "[$pkg]: Couldn't find source '$src'." - # An easy way to get 'sha256sum' to print with the basenames + # An easy way to get 'sha256sum' to print with the 'basename' # of files is to 'cd' to the file's directory beforehand. (cd "$src_path" && sha256sum "${src##*/}") || die "[$pkg]: Failed to generate checksums." @@ -533,10 +532,10 @@ pkg_checksums() { pkg_conflicts() { # Check to see if a package conflicts with another. - # This function takes a path to a KISS tarball as an argument. + # This function takes a path to a KISS tar-ball as an argument. log "[$2]: Checking for package conflicts." - # Extract manifest from the tarball and only extract files entries. + # Extract manifest from the tar-ball and only extract files entries. tar xf "$1" -O "./var/db/kiss/$2/manifest" | while read -r line; do [ "${line%%*/}" ] && printf '%s\n' "$line" >> "$cac_dir/manifest-$pid" @@ -562,7 +561,7 @@ pkg_remove() { # Create a backup of 'rm' and 'rmdir' so they aren't removed # during package removal. This ensures that an upgrade to 'busybox' - # or your coreutils of choice doesn't break the package manager. + # or your core utilities of choice doesn't break the package manager. cp "$(command -v rm)" "$cac_dir" cp "$(command -v rmdir)" "$cac_dir" @@ -575,7 +574,7 @@ pkg_remove() { while read -r file; do # The file is in '/etc' skip it. This prevents the package - # manager from removing user edited config files. + # manager from removing user edited configuration files. [ "${file##/etc/*}" ] || continue if [ -d "$KISS_ROOT/$file" ]; then @@ -591,10 +590,10 @@ pkg_remove() { } pkg_install() { - # Install a built package tarball. + # Install a built package tar-ball. for pkg; do - # Install can also take the full path to a tarball. + # Install can also take the full path to a tar-ball. # We don't need to check the repository if this is the case. if [ -f "$pkg" ] && [ -z "${pkg%%*.tar.gz}" ] ; then tar_file=$pkg @@ -618,9 +617,9 @@ pkg_install() { tar_file=$bin_dir/$tar_name fi - # Figure out which package the tarball installs by checking for - # a database entry inside the tarball. If no database entry exists, - # exit here as the tarball is *most likely* not a KISS package. + # Figure out which package the tar-ball installs by checking for + # a database entry inside the tar-ball. If no database entry exists, + # exit here as the tar-ball is *most likely* not a KISS package. pkg_name=$(tar tf "$tar_file" | grep -x "\./var/db/kiss/.*/version") || die "'${tar_file##*/}' is not a valid KISS package." @@ -629,15 +628,15 @@ pkg_install() { pkg_conflicts "$tar_file" "$pkg_name" - # Extract the tarball early to catch any errors before installation + # Extract the tar-ball early to catch any errors before installation # begins. The package manager uninstalls the previous package during # an upgrade so any errors need to be caught ASAP. tar pxf "$tar_file" -C "$tar_dir/" || - die "[$pkg_name]: Failed to extract tarball." + die "[$pkg_name]: Failed to extract tar-ball." # Create a backup of 'mv', 'mkdir' and 'find' so they aren't removed # during package removal. This ensures that an upgrade to 'busybox' or - # your coreutils of choice doesn't break the package manager. + # your core utilities of choice doesn't break the package manager. cp "$(command -v mv)" "$cac_dir" cp "$(command -v mkdir)" "$cac_dir" cp "$(command -v find)" "$cac_dir" @@ -645,7 +644,7 @@ pkg_install() { log "[$pkg_name]: Removing previous version of package if it exists." pkg_remove "$pkg_name" - # Installation works by unpacking the tarball to a specified location, + # Installation works by unpacking the tar-ball to a specified location, # manually running 'mkdir' to create each directory and finally, using # 'mv' to move each file. cd "$tar_dir" @@ -780,9 +779,9 @@ args() { # that follow are all package names. # Actions can be abbreviated to their first letter. This saves - # keystrokes once you memorize themand it also has the side-effect - # of "correcting" spelling mistakes assuming the first letter is - # right. + # keystrokes once you memorize the commands and it also has the + # side-effect of "correcting" spelling mistakes (assuming the first + # letter is right). case $1 in # Build the list of packages. b*) @@ -865,7 +864,7 @@ main() { old_ifs=$IFS # Catch errors and ensure that build files and directories are cleaned - # up before we die. This occurs on 'Ctrl+C' as well as sucess and error. + # up before we die. This occurs on 'Ctrl+C' as well as success and error. trap pkg_clean EXIT INT # Create the required temporary directories and set the variables