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derivation: Move sorting code to `write-derivation'.

* guix/derivations.scm (write-derivation): Sorte OUTPUTS, INPUTS,
  SOURCES, and ENV-VARS alphabetically.
  (derivation-hash): Leave INPUTS, SOURCES, and OUTPUTS unsorted.
  (derivation)[env-vars-with-empty-outputs]: Leave ENV-VARS unsorted.
version-0.8.3
Ludovic Courtès 10 years ago
parent
commit
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      guix/derivations.scm

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guix/derivations.scm

@ -206,6 +206,9 @@ that form."
(define (write-list lst)
(display (list->string lst) port))
;; Note: lists are sorted alphabetically, to conform with the behavior of
;; C++ `std::map' in Nix itself.
(match drv
(($ <derivation> outputs inputs sources
system builder args env-vars)
@ -217,22 +220,30 @@ that form."
(or (and=> hash-algo symbol->string) "")
(or (and=> hash bytevector->base16-string)
""))))
outputs))
(sort outputs
(lambda (o1 o2)
(string<? (car o1) (car o2))))))
(display "," port)
(write-list (map (match-lambda
(($ <derivation-input> path sub-drvs)
(format #f "(~s,~a)" path
(list->string (map object->string sub-drvs)))))
inputs))
(list->string (map object->string
(sort sub-drvs string<?))))))
(sort inputs
(lambda (i1 i2)
(string<? (derivation-input-path i1)
(derivation-input-path i2))))))
(display "," port)
(write-list (map object->string sources))
(write-list (map object->string (sort sources string<?)))
(format port ",~s,~s," system builder)
(write-list (map object->string args))
(display "," port)
(write-list (map (match-lambda
((name . value)
(format #f "(~s,~s)" name value)))
env-vars))
(sort env-vars
(lambda (e1 e2)
(string<? (car e1) (car e2))))))
(display ")" port))))
(define* (derivation-path->output-path path #:optional (output "out"))
@ -278,26 +289,17 @@ in SIZE bytes."
system builder args env-vars)
;; A regular derivation: replace the path of each input with that
;; input's hash; return the hash of serialization of the resulting
;; derivation. Note: inputs are sorted as in the order of their hex
;; hash representation because that's what the C++ `std::map' code
;; does.
(let* ((inputs (sort (map (match-lambda
(($ <derivation-input> path sub-drvs)
(let ((hash (call-with-input-file path
(compose bytevector->base16-string
derivation-hash
read-derivation))))
(make-derivation-input hash sub-drvs))))
inputs)
(lambda (i1 i2)
(string<? (derivation-input-path i1)
(derivation-input-path i2)))))
(sources (sort sources string<?))
(outputs (sort outputs
(lambda (o1 o2)
(string<? (car o1) (car o2)))))
(drv (make-derivation outputs inputs sources
system builder args env-vars)))
;; derivation.
(let* ((inputs (map (match-lambda
(($ <derivation-input> path sub-drvs)
(let ((hash (call-with-input-file path
(compose bytevector->base16-string
derivation-hash
read-derivation))))
(make-derivation-input hash sub-drvs))))
inputs))
(drv (make-derivation outputs inputs sources
system builder args env-vars)))
(sha256
(string->utf8 (call-with-output-string
(cut write-derivation drv <>))))))))))
@ -354,22 +356,19 @@ known in advance, such as a file download."
(define (env-vars-with-empty-outputs)
;; Return a variant of ENV-VARS where each OUTPUTS is associated with an
;; empty string, even outputs that do not appear in ENV-VARS. Note: the
;; result is sorted alphabetically, as with C++ `std::map'.
;; empty string, even outputs that do not appear in ENV-VARS.
(let ((e (map (match-lambda
((name . val)
(if (member name outputs)
(cons name "")
(cons name val))))
env-vars)))
(sort (fold (lambda (output-name env-vars)
(if (assoc output-name env-vars)
env-vars
(append env-vars `((,output-name . "")))))
e
outputs)
(lambda (e1 e2)
(string<? (car e1) (car e2))))))
(fold (lambda (output-name env-vars)
(if (assoc output-name env-vars)
env-vars
(append env-vars `((,output-name . "")))))
e
outputs)))
(let* ((outputs (map (lambda (name)
;; Return outputs with an empty path.

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