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;;; GNU Guix --- Functional package management for GNU
;;; Copyright © 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Ludovic Courtès <ludo@gnu.org>
;;; Copyright © 2012, 2013 Nikita Karetnikov <nikita@karetnikov.org>
;;;
;;; This file is part of GNU Guix.
;;;
;;; GNU Guix 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 3 of the License, or (at
;;; your option) any later version.
;;;
;;; GNU Guix 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 GNU Guix. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
(define-module (guix gnu-maintenance)
#:use-module (web uri)
#:use-module (web client)
#:use-module (web response)
#:use-module (ice-9 regex)
#:use-module (ice-9 match)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-1)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-11)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-26)
#:use-module (system foreign)
#:use-module (guix http-client)
#:use-module (guix ftp-client)
#:use-module (guix ui)
#:use-module (guix utils)
#:use-module (guix records)
#:use-module (guix packages)
#:use-module ((guix download) #:select (download-to-store))
#:use-module (guix gnupg)
#:use-module (rnrs io ports)
#:use-module (guix base32)
#:use-module ((guix build utils)
#:select (substitute))
#:export (gnu-package-name
gnu-package-mundane-name
gnu-package-copyright-holder
gnu-package-savannah
gnu-package-fsd
gnu-package-language
gnu-package-logo
gnu-package-doc-category
gnu-package-doc-summary
gnu-package-doc-description
gnu-package-doc-urls
gnu-package-download-url
official-gnu-packages
find-packages
gnu-package?
gnu-release?
gnu-release-package
gnu-release-version
gnu-release-directory
gnu-release-files
releases
latest-release
gnu-release-archive-types
gnu-package-name->name+version
download-tarball
package-update-path
package-update
update-package-source))
;;; Commentary:
;;;
;;; Code for dealing with the maintenance of GNU packages, such as
;;; auto-updates.
;;;
;;; Code:
;;;
;;; List of GNU packages.
;;;
(define %gnumaint-base-url
"http://cvs.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/*checkout*/gnumaint/")
(define %package-list-url
(string->uri
(string-append %gnumaint-base-url "gnupackages.txt?root=womb")))
(define %package-description-url
;; This file contains package descriptions in recutils format.
;; See <https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/guix-devel/2013-10/msg00071.html>.
(string->uri
(string-append %gnumaint-base-url "pkgblurbs.txt?root=womb")))
(define-record-type* <gnu-package-descriptor>
gnu-package-descriptor
make-gnu-package-descriptor
gnu-package-descriptor?
(name gnu-package-name)
(mundane-name gnu-package-mundane-name)
(copyright-holder gnu-package-copyright-holder)
(savannah gnu-package-savannah)
(fsd gnu-package-fsd)
(language gnu-package-language) ; list of strings
(logo gnu-package-logo)
(doc-category gnu-package-doc-category)
(doc-summary gnu-package-doc-summary)
(doc-description gnu-package-doc-description) ; taken from 'pkgdescr.txt'
(doc-urls gnu-package-doc-urls) ; list of strings
(download-url gnu-package-download-url))
(define (official-gnu-packages)
"Return a list of records, which are GNU packages."
(define (read-records port)
;; Return a list of alists. Each alist contains fields of a GNU
;; package.
(let loop ((alist (recutils->alist port))
(result '()))
(if (null? alist)
(reverse result)
(loop (recutils->alist port)
(cons alist result)))))
(define official-description
(let ((db (read-records (http-fetch %package-description-url
#:text? #t))))
(lambda (name)
;; Return the description found upstream for package NAME, or #f.
(and=> (find (lambda (alist)
(equal? name (assoc-ref alist "package")))
db)
(lambda (record)
(let ((field (assoc-ref record "blurb")))
;; The upstream description file uses "redirect PACKAGE" as
;; a blurb in cases where the description of the two
;; packages should be considered the same (e.g., GTK+ has
;; "redirect gnome".) This is usually not acceptable for
;; us because we prefer to have distinct descriptions in
;; such cases. Thus, ignore the 'blurb' field when that
;; happens.
(and field
(not (string-prefix? "redirect " field))
field)))))))
(map (lambda (alist)
(let ((name (assoc-ref alist "package")))
(alist->record `(("description" . ,(official-description name))
,@alist)
make-gnu-package-descriptor
(list "package" "mundane-name" "copyright-holder"
"savannah" "fsd" "language" "logo"
"doc-category" "doc-summary" "description"
"doc-url"
"download-url")
'("doc-url" "language"))))
(read-records (http-fetch %package-list-url #:text? #t))))
(define (find-packages regexp)
"Find GNU packages which satisfy REGEXP."
(let ((name-rx (make-regexp regexp)))
(filter (lambda (package)
(false-if-exception
(regexp-exec name-rx (gnu-package-name package))))
(official-gnu-packages))))
(define gnu-package?
(memoize
(let ((official-gnu-packages (memoize official-gnu-packages)))
(lambda (package)
"Return true if PACKAGE is a GNU package. This procedure may access the
network to check in GNU's database."
(define (mirror-type url)
(let ((uri (string->uri url)))
(and (eq? (uri-scheme uri) 'mirror)
(if (member (uri-host uri) '("gnu" "gnupg" "gcc"))
'gnu
'non-gnu))))
(let ((url (and=> (package-source package) origin-uri))
(name (package-name package)))
(case (and (string? url) (mirror-type url))
((gnu) #t)
((non-gnu) #f)
(else
;; Last resort: resort to the network.
(and (member name (map gnu-package-name (official-gnu-packages)))
#t))))))))
;;;
;;; Latest release.
;;;
(define-record-type* <gnu-release> gnu-release make-gnu-release
gnu-release?
(package gnu-release-package)
(version gnu-release-version)
(directory gnu-release-directory)
(files gnu-release-files))
(define (ftp-server/directory project)
"Return the FTP server and directory where PROJECT's tarball are
stored."
(define quirks
'(("commoncpp2" "ftp.gnu.org" "/gnu/commoncpp")
("ucommon" "ftp.gnu.org" "/gnu/commoncpp")
("libzrtpcpp" "ftp.gnu.org" "/gnu/ccrtp")
("libosip2" "ftp.gnu.org" "/gnu/osip")
("libgcrypt" "ftp.gnupg.org" "/gcrypt/libgcrypt")
("libgpg-error" "ftp.gnupg.org" "/gcrypt/libgpg-error")
("libassuan" "ftp.gnupg.org" "/gcrypt/libassuan")
("gnupg" "ftp.gnupg.org" "/gcrypt/gnupg")
("freefont-ttf" "ftp.gnu.org" "/gnu/freefont")
("gnu-ghostscript" "ftp.gnu.org" "/gnu/ghostscript")
("mit-scheme" "ftp.gnu.org" "/gnu/mit-scheme/stable.pkg")
("icecat" "ftp.gnu.org" "/gnu/gnuzilla")
("source-highlight" "ftp.gnu.org" "/gnu/src-highlite")
("glib" "ftp.gnome.org" "/pub/gnome/sources/glib")
("gnutls" "ftp.gnutls.org" "/gcrypt/gnutls")
("TeXmacs" "ftp.texmacs.org" "/TeXmacs/targz")))
(match (assoc project quirks)
((_ server directory)
(values server directory))
(_
(values "ftp.gnu.org" (string-append "/gnu/" project)))))
(define (sans-extension tarball)
"Return TARBALL without its .tar.* or .zip extension."
(let ((end (or (string-contains tarball ".tar")
(string-contains tarball ".zip"))))
(substring tarball 0 end)))
(define %tarball-rx
;; Note: .zip files are notably used for freefont-ttf.
(make-regexp "^(.+)-([0-9]|[^-])*(-src)?\\.(tar\\.|zip$)"))
(define %alpha-tarball-rx
(make-regexp "^.*-.*[0-9](-|~)?(alpha|beta|rc|cvs|svn|git)-?[0-9\\.]*\\.tar\\."))
(define (release-file? project file)
"Return #f if FILE is not a release tarball of PROJECT, otherwise return
true."
(and (not (string-suffix? ".sig" file))
(and=> (regexp-exec %tarball-rx file)
(lambda (match)
;; Filter out unrelated files, like `guile-www-1.1.1'.
(equal? project (match:substring match 1))))
(not (regexp-exec %alpha-tarball-rx file))
(let ((s (sans-extension file)))
(regexp-exec %package-name-rx s))))
(define (tarball->version tarball)
"Return the version TARBALL corresponds to. TARBALL is a file name like
\"coreutils-8.23.tar.xz\"."
(let-values (((name version)
(gnu-package-name->name+version (sans-extension tarball))))
version))
(define (coalesce-releases releases)
"Coalesce the elements of RELEASES that correspond to the same version."
(define (same-version? r1 r2)
(string=? (gnu-release-version r1) (gnu-release-version r2)))
(define (release>? r1 r2)
(version>? (gnu-release-version r1) (gnu-release-version r2)))
(fold (lambda (release result)
(match result
((head . tail)
(if (same-version? release head)
(cons (gnu-release
(inherit release)
(files (append (gnu-release-files release)
(gnu-release-files head))))
tail)
(cons release result)))
(()
(list release))))
'()
(sort releases release>?)))
(define (releases project)
"Return the list of releases of PROJECT as a list of release name/directory
pairs. Example: (\"mit-scheme-9.0.1\" . \"/gnu/mit-scheme/stable.pkg/9.0.1\"). "
;; TODO: Parse something like fencepost.gnu.org:/gd/gnuorg/packages-ftp.
(let-values (((server directory) (ftp-server/directory project)))
(define conn (ftp-open server))
(let loop ((directories (list directory))
(result '()))
(match directories
(()
(ftp-close conn)
(coalesce-releases result))
((directory rest ...)
(let* ((files (ftp-list conn directory))
(subdirs (filter-map (match-lambda
((name 'directory . _) name)
(_ #f))
files)))
(loop (append (map (cut string-append directory "/" <>)
subdirs)
rest)
(append
;; Filter out signatures, deltas, and files which
;; are potentially not releases of PROJECT--e.g.,
;; in /gnu/guile, filter out guile-oops and
;; guile-www; in mit-scheme, filter out binaries.
(filter-map (match-lambda
((file 'file . _)
(if (release-file? project file)
(gnu-release
(package project)
(version (tarball->version file))
(directory directory)
(files (list file)))
#f))
(_ #f))
files)
result))))))))
(define* (latest-release project
#:key (ftp-open ftp-open) (ftp-close ftp-close))
"Return (\"FOO-X.Y\" . \"/bar/foo\") or #f. Use FTP-OPEN and FTP-CLOSE to
open (resp. close) FTP connections; this can be useful to reuse connections."
(define (latest a b)
(if (version>? a b) a b))
(define (latest-release a b)
(if (version>? (gnu-release-version a) (gnu-release-version b))
a b))
(define contains-digit?
(cut string-any char-set:digit <>))
(define patch-directory-name?
;; Return #t for patch directory names such as 'bash-4.2-patches'.
(cut string-suffix? "patches" <>))
(let-values (((server directory) (ftp-server/directory project)))
(define conn (ftp-open server))
(let loop ((directory directory))
(let* ((entries (ftp-list conn directory))
;; Filter out sub-directories that do not contain digits---e.g.,
;; /gnuzilla/lang and /gnupg/patches.
(subdirs (filter-map (match-lambda
(((? patch-directory-name? dir)
'directory . _)
#f)
(((? contains-digit? dir) 'directory . _)
dir)
(_ #f))
entries)))
(match subdirs
(()
;; No sub-directories, so assume that tarballs are here.
(let ((releases (filter-map (match-lambda
((file 'file . _)
(and (release-file? project file)
(gnu-release
(package project)
(version
(tarball->version file))
(directory directory)
(files (list file)))))
(_ #f))
entries)))
(ftp-close conn)
(reduce latest-release #f (coalesce-releases releases))))
((subdirs ...)
;; Assume that SUBDIRS correspond to versions, and jump into the
;; one with the highest version number.
(let ((target (reduce latest #f subdirs)))
(if target
(loop (string-append directory "/" target))
(begin
(ftp-close conn)
#f)))))))))
(define (gnu-release-archive-types release)
"Return the available types of archives for RELEASE---a list of strings such
as \"gz\" or \"xz\"."
(map file-extension (gnu-release-files release)))
(define %package-name-rx
;; Regexp for a package name, e.g., "foo-X.Y". Since TeXmacs uses
;; "TeXmacs-X.Y-src", the `-src' suffix is allowed.
(make-regexp "^(.*)-(([0-9]|\\.)+)(-src)?"))
(define (gnu-package-name->name+version name+version)
"Return the package name and version number extracted from NAME+VERSION."
(let ((match (regexp-exec %package-name-rx name+version)))
(if (not match)
(values name+version #f)
(values (match:substring match 1) (match:substring match 2)))))
;;;
;;; Auto-update.
;;;
(define (package-update-path package)
"Return an update path for PACKAGE, or #f if no update is needed."
(and (gnu-package? package)
(match (latest-release (package-name package))
(($ <gnu-release> name version directory)
(and (version>? version (package-version package))
`(,version . ,directory)))
(_ #f))))
(define* (download-tarball store project directory version
#:key (archive-type "gz")
(key-download 'interactive))
"Download PROJECT's tarball over FTP and check its OpenPGP signature. On
success, return the tarball file name. KEY-DOWNLOAD specifies a download
policy for missing OpenPGP keys; allowed values: 'interactive' (default),
'always', and 'never'."
(let* ((server (ftp-server/directory project))
(base (string-append project "-" version ".tar." archive-type))
(url (string-append "ftp://" server "/" directory "/" base))
(sig-url (string-append url ".sig"))
(tarball (download-to-store store url))
(sig (download-to-store store sig-url)))
(let ((ret (gnupg-verify* sig tarball #:key-download key-download)))
(if ret
tarball
(begin
(warning (_ "signature verification failed for `~a'~%")
base)
(warning (_ "(could be because the public key is not in your keyring)~%"))
#f)))))
(define* (package-update store package #:key (key-download 'interactive))
"Return the new version and the file name of the new version tarball for
PACKAGE, or #f and #f when PACKAGE is up-to-date. KEY-DOWNLOAD specifies a
download policy for missing OpenPGP keys; allowed values: 'always', 'never',
and 'interactive' (default)."
(match (package-update-path package)
((version . directory)
(let-values (((name)
(package-name package))
((archive-type)
(let ((source (package-source package)))
(or (and (origin? source)
(file-extension (origin-uri source)))
"gz"))))
(let ((tarball (download-tarball store name directory version
#:archive-type archive-type
#:key-download key-download)))
(values version tarball))))
(_
(values #f #f))))
(define (update-package-source package version hash)
"Modify the source file that defines PACKAGE to refer to VERSION,
whose tarball has SHA256 HASH (a bytevector). Return the new version string
if an update was made, and #f otherwise."
(define (new-line line matches replacement)
;; Iterate over MATCHES and return the modified line based on LINE.
;; Replace each match with REPLACEMENT.
(let loop ((m* matches) ; matches
(o 0) ; offset in L
(r '())) ; result
(match m*
(()
(let ((r (cons (substring line o) r)))
(string-concatenate-reverse r)))
((m . rest)
(loop rest
(match:end m)
(cons* replacement
(substring line o (match:start m))
r))))))
(define (update-source file old-version version
old-hash hash)
;; Update source file FILE, replacing occurrences OLD-VERSION by VERSION
;; and occurrences of OLD-HASH by HASH (base32 representation thereof).
;; TODO: Currently this is a bit of a sledgehammer: if VERSION occurs in
;; different unrelated places, we may modify it more than needed, for
;; instance. We should try to make changes only within the sexp that
;; corresponds to the definition of PACKAGE.
(let ((old-hash (bytevector->nix-base32-string old-hash))
(hash (bytevector->nix-base32-string hash)))
(substitute file
`((,(regexp-quote old-version)
. ,(cut new-line <> <> version))
(,(regexp-quote old-hash)
. ,(cut new-line <> <> hash))))
version))
(let ((name (package-name package))
(loc (package-field-location package 'version)))
(if loc
(let ((old-version (package-version package))
(old-hash (origin-sha256 (package-source package)))
(file (and=> (location-file loc)
(cut search-path %load-path <>))))
(if file
(update-source file
old-version version
old-hash hash)
(begin
(warning (_ "~a: could not locate source file")
(location-file loc))
#f)))
(begin
(format (current-error-port)
(_ "~a: ~a: no `version' field in source; skipping~%")
(location->string (package-location package))
name)))))
;;; gnu-maintenance.scm ends here