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;;; GNU Guix --- Functional package management for GNU
;;; Copyright © 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 Ludovic Courtès <>
;;; Copyright © 2013 Nikita Karetnikov <>
;;; Copyright © 2014, 2016 Alex Kost <>
;;; Copyright © 2015 Mark H Weaver <>
;;; Copyright © 2015 Sou Bunnbu <>
;;; Copyright © 2016, 2018, 2019 Ricardo Wurmus <>
;;; Copyright © 2016 Chris Marusich <>
;;; Copyright © 2017 Huang Ying <>
;;; Copyright © 2017 Maxim Cournoyer <>
;;; Copyright © 2019 Kyle Meyer <>
;;; Copyright © 2019 Mathieu Othacehe <>
;;; Copyright © 2020 Danny Milosavljevic <>
;;; 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
;;; 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 <>.
(define-module (guix profiles)
#:use-module ((guix config) #:select (%state-directory))
#:use-module ((guix utils) #:hide (package-name->name+version))
#:use-module ((guix build utils)
#:select (package-name->name+version mkdir-p))
#:use-module (guix i18n)
#:use-module (guix records)
#:use-module (guix packages)
#:use-module (guix derivations)
#:use-module (guix search-paths)
#:use-module (guix gexp)
#:use-module (guix modules)
#:use-module (guix monads)
#:use-module (guix store)
#:use-module (ice-9 vlist)
#:use-module (ice-9 match)
#:use-module (ice-9 regex)
#:use-module (ice-9 ftw)
#:use-module (ice-9 format)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-1)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-9)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-11)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-19)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-26)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-34)
#:use-module (srfi srfi-35)
#:export (&profile-error
manifest make-manifest
<manifest-entry> ; FIXME: eventually make it internal
;;; Commentary:
;;; Tools to create and manipulate profiles---i.e., the representation of a
;;; set of installed packages.
;;; Code:
;;; Condition types.
(define-condition-type &profile-error &error
(profile profile-error-profile))
(define-condition-type &profile-not-found-error &profile-error
(define-condition-type &profile-collision-error &error
(entry profile-collision-error-entry) ;<manifest-entry>
(conflict profile-collision-error-conflict)) ;<manifest-entry>
(define-condition-type &unmatched-pattern-error &error
(pattern unmatched-pattern-error-pattern) ;<manifest-pattern>
(manifest unmatched-pattern-error-manifest)) ;<manifest>
(define-condition-type &missing-generation-error &profile-error
(generation missing-generation-error-generation))
;;; Manifests.
(define-record-type <manifest>
(manifest entries)
(entries manifest-entries)) ; list of <manifest-entry>
;; Convenient alias, to avoid name clashes.
(define make-manifest manifest)
(define-record-type* <manifest-entry> manifest-entry
(name manifest-entry-name) ; string
(version manifest-entry-version) ; string
(output manifest-entry-output ; string
(default "out"))
(item manifest-entry-item) ; package | file-like | store path
(dependencies manifest-entry-dependencies ; <manifest-entry>*
(default '()))
(search-paths manifest-entry-search-paths ; search-path-specification*
(default '()))
(parent manifest-entry-parent ; promise (#f | <manifest-entry>)
(default (delay #f)))
(properties manifest-entry-properties ; list of symbol/value pairs
(default '())))
(define-record-type* <manifest-pattern> manifest-pattern
(name manifest-pattern-name) ; string
(version manifest-pattern-version ; string | #f
(default #f))
(output manifest-pattern-output ; string | #f
(default "out")))
(define (list=? = lst1 lst2)
"Return true if LST1 and LST2 have the same length and their elements are
pairwise equal per =."
(match lst1
(null? lst2))
((head1 . tail1)
(match lst2
((head2 . tail2)
(and (= head1 head2) (list=? = tail1 tail2)))
(define (manifest-entry=? entry1 entry2)
"Return true if ENTRY1 is equivalent to ENTRY2, ignoring their 'properties'
(match entry1
(($ <manifest-entry> name1 version1 output1 item1 dependencies1 paths1)
(match entry2
(($ <manifest-entry> name2 version2 output2 item2 dependencies2 paths2)
(and (string=? name1 name2)
(string=? version1 version2)
(string=? output1 output2)
(equal? item1 item2) ;XXX: could be <package> vs. store item
(equal? paths1 paths2)
(list=? manifest-entry=? dependencies1 dependencies2)))))))
(define (manifest-transitive-entries manifest)
"Return the entries of MANIFEST along with their propagated inputs,
(let loop ((entries (manifest-entries manifest))
(result '())
(visited vlist-null)) ;compare with 'manifest-entry=?'
(match entries
(reverse result))
((head . tail)
(if (vhash-assoc head visited manifest-entry=?)
(loop tail result visited)
(loop (append (manifest-entry-dependencies head)
(cons head result)
(vhash-cons head #t visited)))))))
(define (profile-manifest profile)
"Return the PROFILE's manifest."
(let ((file (string-append profile "/manifest")))
(if (file-exists? file)
(call-with-input-file file read-manifest)
(manifest '()))))
(define (manifest-entry-lookup manifest)
"Return a lookup procedure for the entries of MANIFEST. The lookup
procedure takes two arguments: the entry name and output."
(define mapping
(let loop ((entries (manifest-entries manifest))
(mapping vlist-null))
(fold (lambda (entry result)
(vhash-cons (cons (manifest-entry-name entry)
(manifest-entry-output entry))
(loop (manifest-entry-dependencies entry)
(lambda (name output)
(match (vhash-assoc (cons name output) mapping)
((_ . entry) entry)
(#f #f))))
(define* (lower-manifest-entry entry system #:key target)
"Lower ENTRY for SYSTEM and TARGET such that its 'item' field is a store
file name."
(define (recurse entry)
(mapm/accumulate-builds (lambda (entry)
(lower-manifest-entry entry system
#:target target))
(manifest-entry-dependencies entry)))
(let ((item (manifest-entry-item entry)))
(if (string? item)
(with-monad %store-monad
(return entry))
(mlet %store-monad ((drv (lower-object item system
#:target target))
(dependencies (recurse entry))
(output -> (manifest-entry-output entry)))
(return (manifest-entry
(inherit entry)
(item (derivation->output-path drv output))
(dependencies dependencies)))))))
(define* (check-for-collisions manifest system #:key target)
"Check whether the entries of MANIFEST conflict with one another; raise a
'&profile-collision-error' when a conflict is encountered."
(define lookup
(manifest-entry-lookup manifest))
(define candidates
(filter-map (lambda (entry)
(let ((other (lookup (manifest-entry-name entry)
(manifest-entry-output entry))))
(and other (list entry other))))
(manifest-transitive-entries manifest)))
(define lower-pair
((first second)
(mlet %store-monad ((first (lower-manifest-entry first system
#:target target))
(second (lower-manifest-entry second system
#:target target)))
(return (list first second))))))
;; Start by lowering CANDIDATES "in parallel".
(mlet %store-monad ((lst (mapm/accumulate-builds lower-pair candidates)))
(foldm %store-monad
(lambda (entries result)
(match entries
((first second)
(if (string=? (manifest-entry-item first)
(manifest-entry-item second))
(return result)
(raise (condition
(entry first)
(conflict second))))))))
(define* (package->manifest-entry package #:optional (output "out")
#:key (parent (delay #f))
(properties '()))
"Return a manifest entry for the OUTPUT of package PACKAGE."
;; For each dependency, keep a promise pointing to its "parent" entry.
(letrec* ((deps (map (match-lambda
((label package)
(package->manifest-entry package
#:parent (delay entry)))
((label package output)
(package->manifest-entry package output
#:parent (delay entry))))
(package-propagated-inputs package)))
(entry (manifest-entry
(name (package-name package))
(version (package-version package))
(output output)
(item package)
(dependencies (delete-duplicates deps))
(package-transitive-native-search-paths package))
(parent parent)
(properties properties))))
(define (packages->manifest packages)
"Return a list of manifest entries, one for each item listed in PACKAGES.
Elements of PACKAGES can be either package objects or package/string tuples
denoting a specific output of a package."
(define inferiors-loaded?
;; This hack allows us to provide seamless integration for inferior
;; packages while not having a hard dependency on (guix inferior).
(resolve-module '(guix inferior) #f #f #:ensure #f))
(define (inferior->entry)
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(guix inferior))
(map (match-lambda
(((? package? package) output)
(package->manifest-entry package output))
((? package? package)
(package->manifest-entry package))
((thing output)
(if inferiors-loaded?
((inferior->entry) thing output)
(throw 'wrong-type-arg 'packages->manifest
"Wrong package object: ~S" (list thing) (list thing))))
(if inferiors-loaded?
((inferior->entry) thing)
(throw 'wrong-type-arg 'packages->manifest
"Wrong package object: ~S" (list thing) (list thing)))))
(define (manifest->gexp manifest)
"Return a representation of MANIFEST as a gexp."
(define (entry->gexp entry)
(match entry
(($ <manifest-entry> name version output (? string? path)
(deps ...) (search-paths ...) _ (properties ...))
#~(#$name #$version #$output #$path
(propagated-inputs #$(map entry->gexp deps))
(search-paths #$(map search-path-specification->sexp
(properties . #$properties)))
(($ <manifest-entry> name version output package
(deps ...) (search-paths ...) _ (properties ...))
#~(#$name #$version #$output
(ungexp package (or output "out"))
(propagated-inputs #$(map entry->gexp deps))
(search-paths #$(map search-path-specification->sexp
(properties . #$properties)))))
(match manifest
(($ <manifest> (entries ...))
#~(manifest (version 3)
(packages #$(map entry->gexp entries))))))
(define (find-package name version)
"Return a package from the distro matching NAME and possibly VERSION. This
procedure is here for backward-compatibility and will eventually vanish."
(define find-best-packages-by-name ;break abstractions
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages))
;; Use 'find-best-packages-by-name' and not 'find-packages-by-name'; the
;; former traverses the module tree only once and then allows for efficient
;; access via a vhash.
(match (find-best-packages-by-name name version)
((p _ ...) p)
(match (find-best-packages-by-name name #f)
((p _ ...) p)
(_ #f)))))
(define (sexp->manifest sexp)
"Parse SEXP as a manifest."
(define (infer-search-paths name version)
;; Infer the search path specifications for NAME-VERSION by looking up a
;; same-named package in the distro. Useful for the old manifest formats
;; that did not store search path info.
(let ((package (find-package name version)))
(if package
(package-native-search-paths package)
(define (infer-dependency item parent)
;; Return a <manifest-entry> for ITEM.
(let-values (((name version)
(store-path-package-name item))))
(name name)
(version version)
(item item)
(parent parent))))
(define* (sexp->manifest-entry sexp #:optional (parent (delay #f)))
(match sexp
((name version output path
('propagated-inputs deps)
('search-paths search-paths)
extra-stuff ...)
;; For each of DEPS, keep a promise pointing to ENTRY.
(letrec* ((deps* (map (cut sexp->manifest-entry <> (delay entry))
(entry (manifest-entry
(name name)
(version version)
(output output)
(item path)
(dependencies deps*)
(search-paths (map sexp->search-path-specification
(parent parent)
(properties (or (assoc-ref extra-stuff 'properties)
(match sexp
(('manifest ('version 0)
('packages ((name version output path) ...)))
(map (lambda (name version output path)
(name name)
(version version)
(output output)
(item path)
(search-paths (infer-search-paths name version))))
name version output path)))
;; Version 1 adds a list of propagated inputs to the
;; name/version/output/path tuples.
(('manifest ('version 1)
('packages ((name version output path deps) ...)))
(map (lambda (name version output path deps)
;; Up to Guix 0.7 included, dependencies were listed as ("gmp"
;; "/gnu/store/...-gmp") for instance. Discard the 'label' in
;; such lists.
(let ((deps (match deps
(((labels directories) ...)
((directories ...)
(letrec* ((deps* (map (cute infer-dependency <> (delay entry))
(entry (manifest-entry
(name name)
(version version)
(output output)
(item path)
(dependencies deps*)
(infer-search-paths name version)))))
name version output path deps)))
;; Version 2 adds search paths and is slightly more verbose.
(('manifest ('version 2 minor-version ...)
('packages ((name version output path
('propagated-inputs deps)
('search-paths search-paths)
extra-stuff ...)
(map (lambda (name version output path deps search-paths)
(letrec* ((deps* (map (cute infer-dependency <> (delay entry))
(entry (manifest-entry
(name name)
(version version)
(output output)
(item path)
(dependencies deps*)
(map sexp->search-path-specification
name version output path deps search-paths)))
;; Version 3 represents DEPS as full-blown manifest entries.
(('manifest ('version 3 minor-version ...)
('packages (entries ...)))
(manifest (map sexp->manifest-entry entries)))
(raise (condition
(&message (message "unsupported manifest format")))))))
(define (read-manifest port)
"Return the packages listed in MANIFEST."
(sexp->manifest (read port)))
(define (concatenate-manifests lst)
"Concatenate the manifests listed in LST and return the resulting manifest."
(manifest (append-map manifest-entries lst)))
(define (map-manifest-entries proc manifest)
"Apply PROC to all the entries of MANIFEST and return a new manifest."
(map proc (manifest-entries manifest))))
(define (entry-predicate pattern)
"Return a procedure that returns #t when passed a manifest entry that
matches NAME/OUTPUT/VERSION. OUTPUT and VERSION may be #f, in which case they
are ignored."
(match pattern
(($ <manifest-pattern> name version output)
(($ <manifest-entry> entry-name entry-version entry-output)
(and (string=? entry-name name)
(or (not entry-output) (not output)
(string=? entry-output output))
(or (not version)
(string=? entry-version version))))))))
(define (manifest-remove manifest patterns)
"Remove entries for each of PATTERNS from MANIFEST. Each item in PATTERNS
must be a manifest-pattern."
(define (remove-entry pattern lst)
(remove (entry-predicate pattern) lst))
(make-manifest (fold remove-entry
(manifest-entries manifest)
(define (manifest-add manifest entries)
"Add a list of manifest ENTRIES to MANIFEST and return new manifest.
Remove MANIFEST entries that have the same name and output as ENTRIES."
(define (same-entry? entry name output)
(match entry
(($ <manifest-entry> entry-name _ entry-output _)
(and (equal? name entry-name)
(equal? output entry-output)))))
(fold (lambda (entry result) ;XXX: quadratic
(match entry
(($ <manifest-entry> name _ out _)
(cons entry
(remove (cut same-entry? <> name out)
(manifest-entries manifest)
(define (manifest-lookup manifest pattern)
"Return the first item of MANIFEST that matches PATTERN, or #f if there is
no match.."
(find (entry-predicate pattern)
(manifest-entries manifest)))
(define (manifest-installed? manifest pattern)
"Return #t if MANIFEST has an entry matching PATTERN (a manifest-pattern),
#f otherwise."
(->bool (manifest-lookup manifest pattern)))
(define (manifest-matching-entries manifest patterns)
"Return all the entries of MANIFEST that match one of the PATTERNS. Raise
an '&unmatched-pattern-error' if none of the entries of MANIFEST matches one
(fold-right (lambda (pattern matches)
(match (filter (entry-predicate pattern)
(manifest-entries manifest))
(raise (condition
(pattern pattern)
(manifest manifest)))))
(append lst matches))))
(define (manifest-search-paths manifest)
"Return the list of search path specifications that apply to MANIFEST,
including the search path specification for $PATH."
(cons $PATH
(append-map manifest-entry-search-paths
(manifest-entries manifest)))))
;;; Manifest transactions.
(define-record-type* <manifest-transaction> manifest-transaction
(install manifest-transaction-install ; list of <manifest-entry>
(default '()))
(remove manifest-transaction-remove ; list of <manifest-pattern>
(default '())))
(define (manifest-transaction-install-entry entry transaction)
"Augment TRANSACTION's set of installed packages with ENTRY, a
(inherit transaction)
(cons entry (manifest-transaction-install transaction)))))
(define (manifest-transaction-remove-pattern pattern transaction)
"Add PATTERN to TRANSACTION's list of packages to remove."
(inherit transaction)
(cons pattern (manifest-transaction-remove transaction)))))
(define (manifest-transaction-null? transaction)
"Return true if TRANSACTION has no effect---i.e., it neither installs nor
remove software."
(match transaction
(($ <manifest-transaction> () ()) #t)
(($ <manifest-transaction> _ _) #f)))
(define (manifest-transaction-removal-candidate? entry transaction)
"Return true if ENTRY is a candidate for removal in TRANSACTION."
(any (lambda (pattern)
((entry-predicate pattern) entry))
(manifest-transaction-remove transaction)))
(define (manifest-transaction-effects manifest transaction)
"Compute the effect of applying TRANSACTION to MANIFEST. Return 4 values:
the list of packages that would be removed, installed, upgraded, or downgraded
when applying TRANSACTION to MANIFEST. Upgrades are represented as pairs
where the head is the entry being upgraded and the tail is the entry that will
replace it."
(define (manifest-entry->pattern entry)
(name (manifest-entry-name entry))
(output (manifest-entry-output entry))))
(let loop ((input (manifest-transaction-install transaction))
(install '())
(upgrade '())
(downgrade '()))
(match input
(let ((remove (manifest-transaction-remove transaction)))
(values (manifest-matching-entries manifest remove)
(reverse install) (reverse upgrade) (reverse downgrade))))
((entry rest ...)
;; Check whether installing ENTRY corresponds to the installation of a
;; new package or to an upgrade.
;; XXX: When the exact same output directory is installed, we're not
;; really upgrading anything. Add a check for that case.
(let* ((pattern (manifest-entry->pattern entry))
(previous (manifest-lookup manifest pattern))
(newer? (and previous
(version>=? (manifest-entry-version entry)
(manifest-entry-version previous)))))
(loop rest
(if previous install (cons entry install))
(if (and previous newer?)
(alist-cons previous entry upgrade)
(if (and previous (not newer?))
(alist-cons previous entry downgrade)
(define (manifest-perform-transaction manifest transaction)
"Perform TRANSACTION on MANIFEST and return the new manifest."
(let ((install (manifest-transaction-install transaction))
(remove (manifest-transaction-remove transaction)))
(manifest-add (manifest-remove manifest remove)
;;; Profiles.
(define (manifest-inputs manifest)
"Return a list of <gexp-input> objects for MANIFEST."
(define entry->input
(($ <manifest-entry> name version output thing deps)
;; THING may be a package or a file name. In the latter case, assume
;; it's already valid.
(cons (gexp-input thing output)
(append-map entry->input deps)))))
(append-map entry->input (manifest-entries manifest)))
(define* (manifest-lookup-package manifest name #:optional version)
"Return as a monadic value the first package or store path referenced by
MANIFEST that is named NAME and optionally has the given VERSION prefix, or #f
if not found."
;; Return as a monadic value the package or store path referenced by the
;; manifest ENTRY, or #f if not referenced.
(define (entry-lookup-package entry)
(define (find-among-inputs inputs)
(find (lambda (input)
(and (package? input)
(equal? name (package-name input))
(if version
(string-prefix? version (package-version input))
(define (find-among-store-items items)
(find (lambda (item)
(let-values (((name* version*)
(store-path-package-name item))))
(and (string=? name name*)
(if version
(string-prefix? version version*)
(with-monad %store-monad
(match (manifest-entry-item entry)
((? package? package)
(match (cons (list (package-name package) package)
(package-transitive-inputs package))
(((labels inputs . _) ...)
(return (find-among-inputs inputs)))))
((? string? item)
(mlet %store-monad ((refs (references* item)))
(return (find-among-store-items refs))))
;; XXX: ITEM might be a 'computed-file' or anything like that, in
;; which case we don't know what to do. The fix may be to check
;; references once ITEM is compiled, as proposed at
;; <>.
(return #f)))))
(anym %store-monad
entry-lookup-package (manifest-entries manifest)))
(define (info-dir-file manifest)
"Return a derivation that builds the 'dir' file for all the entries of
(define texinfo ;lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages texinfo)) 'texinfo))
(define gzip ;lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages compression)) 'gzip))
(define glibc-utf8-locales ;lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages base)) 'glibc-utf8-locales))
(define build
(with-imported-modules '((guix build utils))
(use-modules (guix build utils)
(srfi srfi-1) (srfi srfi-26)
(ice-9 ftw))
(define (info-file? file)
(or (string-suffix? ".info" file)
(string-suffix? ".info.gz" file)))
(define (info-files top)
(let ((infodir (string-append top "/share/info")))
(map (cut string-append infodir "/" <>)
(or (scandir infodir info-file?) '()))))
(define (info-file-language file)
(let* ((base (if (string-suffix? ".gz" file)
(basename file ".info.gz")
(basename file ".info")))
(dot (string-rindex base #\.)))
(if dot
(string-drop base (+ 1 dot))
(define (install-info info)
(let ((language (info-file-language info)))
;; We need to choose a valid locale for $LANGUAGE to be honored.
(setenv "LC_ALL" "en_US.utf8")
(setenv "LANGUAGE" language)
(system* #+(file-append texinfo "/bin/install-info")
"--silent" info
(apply string-append #$output "/share/info/dir"
(if (string=? "en" language)
`("." ,language)))))))
(setenv "PATH" (string-append #+gzip "/bin")) ;for info.gz files
(setenv "GUIX_LOCPATH"
#+(file-append glibc-utf8-locales "/lib/locale"))
(mkdir-p (string-append #$output "/share/info"))
(exit (every install-info
(append-map info-files
'#$(manifest-inputs manifest)))))))
(gexp->derivation "info-dir" build
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . info-dir))))
(define (ghc-package-cache-file manifest)
"Return a derivation that builds the GHC 'package.cache' file for all the
entries of MANIFEST, or #f if MANIFEST does not have any GHC packages."
(define ghc ;lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages haskell)) 'ghc))
(define build
(with-imported-modules '((guix build utils))
(use-modules (guix build utils)
(srfi srfi-1) (srfi srfi-26)
(ice-9 ftw))
(define ghc-name-version
(let* ((base (basename #+ghc)))
(string-drop base
(+ 1 (string-index base #\-)))))
(define db-subdir
(string-append "lib/" ghc-name-version "/package.conf.d"))
(define db-dir
(string-append #$output "/" db-subdir))
(define (conf-files top)
(let ((db (string-append top "/" db-subdir)))
(if (file-exists? db)
(find-files db "\\.conf$")
(define (copy-conf-file conf)
(let ((base (basename conf)))
(copy-file conf (string-append db-dir "/" base))))
(system* (string-append #+ghc "/bin/ghc-pkg") "init" db-dir)
(for-each copy-conf-file
(append-map conf-files
'#$(manifest-inputs manifest))))
(let ((success
(system* (string-append #+ghc "/bin/ghc-pkg") "recache"
(string-append "--package-db=" db-dir)))))
(for-each delete-file (find-files db-dir "\\.conf$"))
(exit success)))))
(with-monad %store-monad
;; Don't depend on GHC when there's nothing to do.
(if (any (cut string-prefix? "ghc" <>)
(map manifest-entry-name (manifest-entries manifest)))
(gexp->derivation "ghc-package-cache" build
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . ghc-package-cache)))
(return #f))))
(define (ca-certificate-bundle manifest)
"Return a derivation that builds a single-file bundle containing the CA
certificates in the /etc/ssl/certs sub-directories of the packages in
MANIFEST. Single-file bundles are required by programs such as Git and Lynx."
;; See <>
;; for a discussion.
(define glibc-utf8-locales ;lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages base)) 'glibc-utf8-locales))
(define build
(with-imported-modules '((guix build utils))
(use-modules (guix build utils)
(rnrs io ports)
(srfi srfi-1)
(srfi srfi-26)
(ice-9 ftw)
(ice-9 match))
(define (pem-file? file)
(string-suffix? ".pem" file))
(define (ca-files top)
(let ((cert-dir (string-append top "/etc/ssl/certs")))
(map (cut string-append cert-dir "/" <>)
(or (scandir cert-dir pem-file?) '()))))
(define (concatenate-files files result)
"Make RESULT the concatenation of all of FILES."
(define (dump file port)
(display (call-with-input-file file get-string-all)
(newline port)) ;required, see <>
(call-with-output-file result
(lambda (port)
(for-each (cut dump <> port) files))))
;; Some file names in the NSS certificates are UTF-8 encoded so
;; install a UTF-8 locale.
(setenv "LOCPATH"
(string-append #+glibc-utf8-locales "/lib/locale/"
(package-version glibc-utf8-locales))))
(setlocale LC_ALL "en_US.utf8")
(match (append-map ca-files '#$(manifest-inputs manifest))
;; Since there are no CA files, just create an empty directory. Do
;; not create the etc/ssl/certs sub-directory, since that would
;; wrongfully lead to a message about 'SSL_CERT_DIR' needing to be
;; defined.
(mkdir #$output)
((ca-files ...)
(let ((result (string-append #$output "/etc/ssl/certs")))
(mkdir-p result)
(concatenate-files ca-files
(string-append result
(gexp->derivation "ca-certificate-bundle" build
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . ca-certificate-bundle))))
(define (glib-schemas manifest)
"Return a derivation that unions all schemas from manifest entries and
creates the Glib 'gschemas.compiled' file."
(define glib ; lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages glib)) 'glib))
(mlet %store-monad ((%glib (manifest-lookup-package manifest "glib"))
;; XXX: Can't use glib-compile-schemas corresponding
;; to the glib referenced by 'manifest'. Because
;; '%glib' can be either a package or store path, and
;; there's no way to get the "bin" output for the later.
-> #~(string-append #+glib:bin
(define build
(with-imported-modules '((guix build utils)
(guix build union)
(guix build profiles)
(guix search-paths)
(guix records))
(use-modules (guix build utils)
(guix build union)
(guix build profiles)
(srfi srfi-26))
(let* ((destdir (string-append #$output "/share/glib-2.0/schemas"))
(schemadirs (filter file-exists?
(map (cut string-append <> "/share/glib-2.0/schemas")
'#$(manifest-inputs manifest)))))
;; Union all the schemas.
(mkdir-p (string-append #$output "/share/glib-2.0"))
(union-build destdir schemadirs
#:log-port (%make-void-port "w"))
(let ((dir destdir))
(when (file-is-directory? dir)
(ensure-writable-directory dir)
(invoke #+glib-compile-schemas
(string-append "--targetdir=" dir)
;; Don't run the hook when there's nothing to do.
(if %glib
(gexp->derivation "glib-schemas" build
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . glib-schemas)))
(return #f))))
(define (gtk-icon-themes manifest)
"Return a derivation that unions all icon themes from manifest entries and
creates the GTK+ 'icon-theme.cache' file for each theme."
(define gtk+ ; lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages gtk)) 'gtk+))
(mlet %store-monad ((%gtk+ (manifest-lookup-package manifest "gtk+"))
;; XXX: Can't use gtk-update-icon-cache corresponding
;; to the gtk+ referenced by 'manifest'. Because
;; '%gtk+' can be either a package or store path, and
;; there's no way to get the "bin" output for the later.
-> #~(string-append #+gtk+:bin
(define build
(with-imported-modules '((guix build utils)
(guix build union)
(guix build profiles)
(guix search-paths)
(guix records))
(use-modules (guix build utils)
(guix build union)
(guix build profiles)
(srfi srfi-26)
(ice-9 ftw))
(let* ((destdir (string-append #$output "/share/icons"))
(icondirs (filter file-exists?
(map (cut string-append <> "/share/icons")
'#$(manifest-inputs manifest)))))
;; Union all the icons.
(mkdir-p (string-append #$output "/share"))
(union-build destdir icondirs
#:log-port (%make-void-port "w"))
;; Update the 'icon-theme.cache' file for each icon theme.
(lambda (theme)
(let ((dir (string-append destdir "/" theme)))
;; Occasionally DESTDIR contains plain files, such as
;; "abiword_48.png". Ignore these.
(when (file-is-directory? dir)
(ensure-writable-directory dir)
(system* #+gtk-update-icon-cache "-t" dir "--quiet"))))
(scandir destdir (negate (cut member <> '("." "..")))))))))
;; Don't run the hook when there's nothing to do.
(if %gtk+
(gexp->derivation "gtk-icon-themes" build
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . gtk-icon-themes)))
(return #f))))
(define (gtk-im-modules manifest)
"Return a derivation that builds the cache files for input method modules
for both major versions of GTK+."
(mlet %store-monad ((gtk+ (manifest-lookup-package manifest "gtk+" "3"))
(gtk+-2 (manifest-lookup-package manifest "gtk+" "2")))
(define (build gtk gtk-version query)
(let ((major (string-take gtk-version 1)))
(with-imported-modules '((guix build utils)
(guix build union)
(guix build profiles)
(guix search-paths)
(guix records))
(use-modules (guix build utils)
(guix build union)
(guix build profiles)
(ice-9 popen)
(srfi srfi-1)
(srfi srfi-26))
(let* ((prefix (string-append "/lib/gtk-" #$major ".0/"
(destdir (string-append #$output prefix))
(moddirs (cons (string-append #$gtk prefix "/immodules")
(filter file-exists?
(map (cut string-append <> prefix "/immodules")
'#$(manifest-inputs manifest)))))
(modules (append-map (cut find-files <> "\\.so$")
;; Generate a new immodules cache file.
(mkdir-p (string-append #$output prefix))
(let ((pipe (apply open-pipe* OPEN_READ #$query modules))
(outfile (string-append #$output prefix
"/immodules-gtk" #$major ".cache")))
(const #t)
(lambda ()
(call-with-output-file outfile
(lambda (out)
(while (not (eof-object? (peek-char pipe)))
(write-char (read-char pipe) out))))
(lambda ()
(close-pipe pipe)))))))))
;; Don't run the hook when there's nothing to do.
(let* ((pkg-gtk+ (module-ref ; lazy reference
(resolve-interface '(gnu packages gtk)) 'gtk+))
(pkg-gtk+2 (module-ref ; lazy reference
(resolve-interface '(gnu packages gtk)) 'gtk+-2))
(gexp #~(begin
#$(if gtk+
gtk+ "3.0.0"
;; Use 'gtk-query-immodules-3.0' from the 'bin'
;; output of latest gtk+ package.
#$pkg-gtk+:bin "/bin/gtk-query-immodules-3.0"))
#$(if gtk+-2
gtk+-2 "2.10.0"
#$pkg-gtk+2:bin "/bin/gtk-query-immodules-2.0"))
(if (or gtk+ gtk+-2)
(gexp->derivation "gtk-im-modules" gexp
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . gtk-im-modules)))
(return #f)))))
(define (linux-module-database manifest)
"Return a derivation that unites all the kernel modules of the manifest
and creates the dependency graph of all these kernel modules.
This is meant to be used as a profile hook."
(define kmod ; lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages linux)) 'kmod))
(define build
(with-imported-modules (source-module-closure
'((guix build utils)
(gnu build linux-modules)))
(use-modules (ice-9 ftw)
(ice-9 match)
(srfi srfi-1) ; append-map
(gnu build linux-modules))
(let* ((inputs '#$(manifest-inputs manifest))
(map (lambda (directory)
(string-append directory "/lib/modules"))
(lambda (directory)
(or (scandir directory
(lambda (basename)
(not (string-prefix? "." basename))))
;; Note: Should usually result in one entry.
(versions (delete-duplicates
(append-map directory-entries
(match versions
(let ((old-path (getenv "PATH")))
(setenv "PATH" #+(file-append kmod "/bin"))
(make-linux-module-directory inputs version #$output)
(setenv "PATH" old-path)))
;; Nothing here, maybe because this is a kernel with
(mkdir #$output))
(_ (error "Specified Linux kernel and Linux kernel modules
are not all of the same version")))))))
(gexp->derivation "linux-module-database" build
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . linux-module-database))))
(define (xdg-desktop-database manifest)
"Return a derivation that builds the @file{mimeinfo.cache} database from
desktop files. It's used to query what applications can handle a given
MIME type."
(define desktop-file-utils ; lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages freedesktop))
(mlet %store-monad ((glib
manifest "glib")))
(define build
(with-imported-modules '((guix build utils)
(guix build union))
(use-modules (srfi srfi-26)
(guix build utils)
(guix build union))
(let* ((destdir (string-append #$output "/share/applications"))
(appdirs (filter file-exists?
(map (cut string-append <>
'#$(manifest-inputs manifest))))
(update-desktop-database (string-append
(mkdir-p (string-append #$output "/share"))
(union-build destdir appdirs
#:log-port (%make-void-port "w"))
(exit (zero? (system* update-desktop-database destdir)))))))
;; Don't run the hook when 'glib' is not referenced.
(if glib
(gexp->derivation "xdg-desktop-database" build
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . xdg-desktop-database)))
(return #f))))
(define (xdg-mime-database manifest)
"Return a derivation that builds the @file{mime.cache} database from manifest
entries. It's used to query the MIME type of a given file."
(define shared-mime-info ; lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages gnome)) 'shared-mime-info))
(mlet %store-monad ((glib
manifest "glib")))
(define build
(with-imported-modules '((guix build utils)
(guix build union))
(use-modules (srfi srfi-26)
(guix build utils)
(guix build union))
(let* ((datadir (string-append #$output "/share"))
(destdir (string-append datadir "/mime"))
(pkgdirs (filter file-exists?
(map (cut string-append <>
(cons #+shared-mime-info
'#$(manifest-inputs manifest)))))
(update-mime-database (string-append
(mkdir-p destdir)
(union-build (string-append destdir "/packages") pkgdirs
#:log-port (%make-void-port "w"))
(setenv "XDG_DATA_HOME" datadir)
(exit (zero? (system* update-mime-database destdir)))))))
;; Don't run the hook when there are no GLib based applications.
(if glib
(gexp->derivation "xdg-mime-database" build
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . xdg-mime-database)))
(return #f))))
;; Several font packages may install font files into same directory, so
;; fonts.dir and fonts.scale file should be generated here, instead of in
;; packages.
(define (fonts-dir-file manifest)
"Return a derivation that builds the @file{fonts.dir} and @file{fonts.scale}
files for the fonts of the @var{manifest} entries."
(define mkfontscale
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages xorg)) 'mkfontscale))
(define mkfontdir
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages xorg)) 'mkfontdir))
(define build
(use-modules (srfi srfi-26)
(guix build utils)
(guix build union))
(let ((fonts-dirs (filter file-exists?
(map (cut string-append <>
'#$(manifest-inputs manifest)))))
(mkdir #$output)
(if (null? fonts-dirs)
(exit #t)
(let* ((share-dir (string-append #$output "/share"))
(fonts-dir (string-append share-dir "/fonts"))
(mkfontscale (string-append #+mkfontscale
(mkfontdir (string-append #+mkfontdir
(empty-file? (lambda (filename)
(call-with-ascii-input-file filename
(lambda (p)
(eqv? #\0 (read-char p))))))
(fonts-dir-file "fonts.dir")
(fonts-scale-file "fonts.scale"))
(mkdir-p share-dir)
;; Create all sub-directories, because we may create fonts.dir
;; and fonts.scale files in the sub-directories.
(union-build fonts-dir fonts-dirs
#:log-port (%make-void-port "w")
#:create-all-directories? #t)
(let ((directories (find-files fonts-dir
(lambda (file stat)
(eq? 'directory (stat:type stat)))
#:directories? #t)))
(for-each (lambda (dir)
(with-directory-excursion dir
(when (file-exists? fonts-scale-file)
(delete-file fonts-scale-file))
(when (file-exists? fonts-dir-file)
(delete-file fonts-dir-file))
(unless (and (zero? (system* mkfontscale))
(zero? (system* mkfontdir)))
(exit #f))
(when (and (file-exists? fonts-scale-file)
(empty-file? fonts-scale-file))
(delete-file fonts-scale-file))
(when (and (file-exists? fonts-dir-file)
(empty-file? fonts-dir-file))
(delete-file fonts-dir-file))))
(gexp->derivation "fonts-dir" build
#:modules '((guix build utils)
(guix build union)
(srfi srfi-26))
#:local-build? #t
#:substitutable? #f
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . fonts-dir))))
(define (manual-database manifest)
"Return a derivation that builds the manual page database (\"mandb\") for
the entries in MANIFEST."
(define gdbm-ffi
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages guile))
(define zlib
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages compression)) 'zlib))
(define config.scm
(scheme-file "config.scm"
(define-module #$'(guix config) ;placate Geiser
#:export (%libz))
(define %libz
#+(file-append zlib "/lib/libz")))))
(define modules
(cons `((guix config) => ,config.scm)
(delete '(guix config)
(source-module-closure `((guix build utils)
(guix man-db))))))
(define build
(with-imported-modules modules
(with-extensions (list gdbm-ffi) ;for (guix man-db)
(use-modules (guix man-db)
(guix build utils)
(ice-9 threads)
(srfi srfi-1)
(srfi srfi-19))
(define (print-string msg)
(display msg)
(define-syntax-rule (print fmt args ...)
;; Build up the string and display it at once.
(print-string (format #f fmt args ...)))
(define (compute-entry directory count total)
(print "\r[~3d/~3d] building list of man-db entries..."
count total)
(let ((man (string-append directory "/share/man")))
(if (directory-exists? man)
(mandb-entries man)
(define (compute-entries)
;; This is the most expensive part (I/O and CPU, due to
;; decompression), so report progress as we traverse INPUTS.
;; Cap at 4 threads because we don't see any speedup beyond that
;; on an SSD laptop.
(let* ((inputs '#$(manifest-inputs manifest))
(total (length inputs))
(threads (min (parallel-job-count) 4)))
(n-par-map threads compute-entry inputs
(iota total 1)
(make-list total total)))))
(define man-directory
(string-append #$output "/share/man"))
(mkdir-p man-directory)
(format #t "Creating manual page database...~%")
(let* ((start (current-time))
(entries (compute-entries))
(_ (write-mandb-database (string-append man-directory
(duration (time-difference (current-time) start)))
(format #t "~a entries processed in ~,1f s~%"
(length entries)
(+ (time-second duration)
(* (time-nanosecond duration) (expt 10 -9))))
(gexp->derivation "manual-database" build
;; Work around GDBM 1.13 issue whereby uninitialized bytes
;; get written to disk:
;; <>.
#:env-vars `(("MALLOC_PERTURB_" . "1"))
#:substitutable? #f
#:local-build? #t
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . manual-database))))
(define (texlive-configuration manifest)
"Return a derivation that builds a TeXlive configuration for the entries in
(define entry->texlive-input
(($ <manifest-entry> name version output thing deps)
(if (string-prefix? "texlive-" name)
(cons (gexp-input thing output)
(append-map entry->texlive-input deps))
(define build
(with-imported-modules '((guix build utils)
(guix build union))
(use-modules (guix build utils)
(guix build union))
;; Build a modifiable union of all texlive inputs. We do this so
;; that TeX live can resolve the parent and grandparent directories
;; correctly. There might be a more elegant way to accomplish this.
(union-build #$output
'#$(append-map entry->texlive-input
(manifest-entries manifest))
#:create-all-directories? #t
#:log-port (%make-void-port "w"))
(let ((texmf.cnf (string-append
(when (file-exists? texmf.cnf)
(substitute* texmf.cnf
(("^TEXMFROOT = .*")
(string-append "TEXMFROOT = " #$output "/share\n"))
(("^TEXMF = .*")
"TEXMF = $TEXMFROOT/share/texmf-dist\n"))))
(with-monad %store-monad
(if (any (cut string-prefix? "texlive-" <>)
(map manifest-entry-name (manifest-entries manifest)))
(gexp->derivation "texlive-configuration" build
#:substitutable? #f
#:local-build? #t
`((type . profile-hook)
(hook . texlive-configuration)))
(return #f))))
(define %default-profile-hooks
;; This is the list of derivation-returning procedures that are called by
;; default when making a non-empty profile.
(list info-dir-file
(define* (profile-derivation manifest
(name "profile")
(hooks %default-profile-hooks)
(locales? #t)
(allow-collisions? #f)
(relative-symlinks? #f)
system target)
"Return a derivation that builds a profile (aka. 'user environment') with
the given MANIFEST. The profile includes additional derivations returned by
the monadic procedures listed in HOOKS--such as an Info 'dir' file, etc.
Unless ALLOW-COLLISIONS? is true, a '&profile-collision-error' is raised if
entries in MANIFEST collide (for instance if there are two same-name packages
with a different version number.)
When LOCALES? is true, the build is performed under a UTF-8 locale; this adds
a dependency on the 'glibc-utf8-locales' package.
When RELATIVE-SYMLINKS? is true, use relative file names for symlink targets.
This is one of the things to do for the result to be relocatable.
When TARGET is true, it must be a GNU triplet, and the packages in MANIFEST
are cross-built for TARGET."
(mlet* %store-monad ((system (if system
(return system)
(target (if target
(return target)
(ok? (if allow-collisions?
(return #t)
(check-for-collisions manifest system
#:target target)))
(extras (if (null? (manifest-entries manifest))
(return '())
(mapm/accumulate-builds (lambda (hook)
(hook manifest))
(define inputs
(append (filter-map (lambda (drv)
(and (derivation? drv)
(gexp-input drv)))
(manifest-inputs manifest)))
(define glibc-utf8-locales ;lazy reference
(module-ref (resolve-interface '(gnu packages base))
(define set-utf8-locale
;; Some file names (e.g., in 'nss-certs') are UTF-8 encoded so
;; install a UTF-8 locale.
(setenv "LOCPATH"
#$(file-append glibc-utf8-locales "/lib/locale/"
(package-version glibc-utf8-locales))))
(setlocale LC_ALL "en_US.utf8")))
(define builder
(with-imported-modules '((guix build profiles)
(guix build union)
(guix build utils)
(guix search-paths)
(guix records))
(use-modules (guix build profiles)
(guix search-paths)
(srfi srfi-1))
(let ((line (cond-expand (guile-2.2 'line)
(else _IOLBF)))) ;Guile 2.0
(setvbuf (current-output-port) line)
(setvbuf (current-error-port) line))
#+(if locales? set-utf8-locale #t)
(define search-paths
;; Search paths of MANIFEST's packages, converted back to their
;; record form.
(map sexp->search-path-specification
'#$(map search-path-specification->sexp
(manifest-search-paths manifest)))))
(build-profile #$output '#$inputs
#:symlink #$(if relative-symlinks?
#:manifest '#$(manifest->gexp manifest)
#:search-paths search-paths))))
(gexp->derivation name builder
#:system system
#:target target
;; Don't complain about _IO* on Guile 2.2.
#:env-vars '(("GUILE_WARN_DEPRECATED" . "no"))
;; Not worth offloading.
#:local-build? #t
;; Disable substitution because it would trigger a
;; connection to the substitute server, which is likely
;; to have no substitute to offer.
#:substitutable? #f
#:properties `((type . profile)
. ,(length
(manifest-entries manifest))))))))
;; Declarative profile.
(define-record-type* <profile> profile make-profile
(name profile-name (default "profile")) ;string
(content profile-content) ;<manifest>
(hooks profile-hooks ;list of procedures
(default %default-profile-hooks))
(locales? profile-locales? ;Boolean
(default #t))
(allow-collisions? profile-allow-collisions? ;Boolean
(default #f))
(relative-symlinks? profile-relative-symlinks? ;Boolean
(default #f)))
(define-gexp-compiler (profile-compiler (profile <profile>) system target)
"Compile PROFILE to a derivation."
(match profile
(($ <profile> name manifest hooks
locales? allow-collisions? relative-symlinks?)
(profile-derivation manifest
#:name name
#:hooks hooks
#:locales? locales?
#:allow-collisions? allow-collisions?
#:relative-symlinks? relative-symlinks?
#:system system #:target target))))
(define* (profile-search-paths profile
#:optional (manifest (profile-manifest profile))
#:key (getenv (const #f)))
"Read the manifest of PROFILE and evaluate the values of search path
environment variables required by PROFILE; return a list of
specification/value pairs. If MANIFEST is not #f, it is assumed to be the
manifest of PROFILE, which avoids rereading it.
Use GETENV to determine the current settings and report only settings not
already effective."
(evaluate-search-paths (manifest-search-paths manifest)
(list profile) getenv))
(define (profile-regexp profile)
"Return a regular expression that matches PROFILE's name and number."
(make-regexp (string-append "^" (regexp-quote (basename profile))
(define (generation-number profile)
"Return PROFILE's number or 0. An absolute file name must be used."
(or (and=> (false-if-exception (regexp-exec (profile-regexp profile)
(basename (readlink profile))))
(compose string->number (cut match:substring <> 1)))
(define %profile-generation-rx
;; Regexp that matches profile generation.
(make-regexp "(.*)-([0-9]+)-link$"))
(define (generation-profile file)
"If FILE is a profile generation GC root such as \"guix-profile-42-link\",
return its corresponding profile---e.g., \"guix-profile\". Otherwise return
(match (regexp-exec %profile-generation-rx file)
(#f #f)
(m (let ((profile (match:substring m 1)))
(and (file-exists? (string-append profile "/manifest"))
(define (generation-numbers profile)
"Return the sorted list of generation numbers of PROFILE, or '(0) if no
former profiles were found."
(match (scandir (dirname profile)
(cute regexp-exec (profile-regexp profile) <>))
(#f ; no profile directory
(() ; no profiles
((profiles ...) ; former profiles around
(sort (map (compose string->number
(cut match:substring <> 1)
(cute regexp-exec (profile-regexp profile) <>))
(define (profile-generations profile)
"Return a list of PROFILE's generations."
(let ((generations (generation-numbers profile)))
(if (equal? generations '(0))
(define (relative-generation-spec->number profile spec)
"Return PROFILE's generation specified by SPEC, which is a string. The SPEC
may be a N, -N, or +N, where N is a number. If the spec is N, then the number
returned is N. If it is -N, then the number returned is the profile's current
generation number minus N. If it is +N, then the number returned is the
profile's current generation number plus N. Return #f if there is no such
(let ((number (string->number spec)))
(and number
(case (string-ref spec 0)
((#\+ #\-)
(relative-generation profile number))
(else (if (memv number (profile-generations profile))
(define* (relative-generation profile shift #:optional
(current (generation-number profile)))
"Return PROFILE's generation shifted from the CURRENT generation by SHIFT.
SHIFT is a positive or negative number.
Return #f if there is no such generation."
(let* ((abs-shift (abs shift))
(numbers (profile-generations profile))
(from-current (memq current
(if (negative? shift)
(reverse numbers)
(and from-current
(< abs-shift (length from-current))
(list-ref from-current abs-shift))))
(define* (previous-generation-number profile #:optional
(number (generation-number profile)))
"Return the number of the generation before generation NUMBER of
PROFILE, or 0 if none exists. It could be NUMBER - 1, but it's not the
case when generations have been deleted (there are \"holes\")."
(or (relative-generation profile -1 number)
(define (generation-file-name profile generation)
"Return the file name for PROFILE's GENERATION."
(format #f "~a-~a-link" profile generation))
(define (generation-time profile number)
"Return the creation time of a generation in the UTC format."
(make-time time-utc 0
(stat:ctime (stat (generation-file-name profile number)))))
(define (link-to-empty-profile store generation)
"Link GENERATION, a string, to the empty profile. An error is raised if
that fails."
(let* ((drv (run-with-store store
(profile-derivation (manifest '())
#:locales? #f)))
(prof (derivation->output-path drv "out")))
(build-derivations store (list drv))
(switch-symlinks generation prof)))
(define (switch-to-generation profile number)
"Atomically switch PROFILE to the generation NUMBER. Return the number of
the generation that was current before switching."
(let ((current (generation-number profile))
(generation (generation-file-name profile number)))
(cond ((not (file-exists? profile))
(raise (condition (&profile-not-found-error
(profile profile)))))
((not (file-exists? generation))
(raise (condition (&missing-generation-error
(profile profile)
(generation number)))))
(switch-symlinks profile (basename generation))
(define (switch-to-previous-generation profile)
"Atomically switch PROFILE to the previous generation. Return the former
generation number and the current one."
(let ((previous (previous-generation-number profile)))
(values (switch-to-generation profile previous)
(define (roll-back store profile)
"Roll back to the previous generation of PROFILE. Return the number of the
generation that was current before switching and the new generation number."
(let* ((number (generation-number profile))
(previous-number (previous-generation-number profile number))
(previous-generation (generation-file-name profile previous-number)))
(cond ((not (file-exists? profile)) ;invalid profile
(raise (condition (&profile-not-found-error
(profile profile)))))
((zero? number) ;empty profile
(values number number))
((or (zero? previous-number) ;going to emptiness
(not (file-exists? previous-generation)))
(link-to-empty-profile store previous-generation)
(switch-to-previous-generation profile))
(else ;anything else
(switch-to-previous-generation profile)))))
(define (delete-generation store profile number)
"Delete generation with NUMBER from PROFILE. Return the file name of the
generation that has been deleted, or #f if nothing was done (for instance
because the NUMBER is zero.)"
(define (delete-and-return)
(let ((generation (generation-file-name profile number)))
(delete-file generation)
(let* ((current-number (generation-number profile))
(previous-number (previous-generation-number profile number))
(previous-generation (generation-file-name profile previous-number)))
(cond ((zero? number) #f) ;do not delete generation 0
((and (= number current-number)
(not (file-exists? previous-generation)))
(link-to-empty-profile store previous-generation)
(switch-to-previous-generation profile)
((= number current-number)
(roll-back store profile)
(define %user-profile-directory
(and=> (getenv "HOME")
(cut string-append <> "/.guix-profile")))
(define %profile-directory
(string-append %state-directory "/profiles/"
(or (and=> (or (getenv "USER")
(getenv "LOGNAME")
(passwd:name (getpwuid (getuid)))))
(cut string-append "per-user/" <>))
(define %current-profile
;; Call it `guix-profile', not `profile', to allow Guix profiles to
;; coexist with Nix profiles.
(string-append %profile-directory "/guix-profile"))
(define (ensure-profile-directory)
"Attempt to create /…/profiles/per-user/$USER if needed. Nowadays this is
taken care of by the daemon."
(let ((s (stat %profile-directory #f)))
(unless (and s (eq? 'directory (stat:type s)))
(catch 'system-error
(lambda ()
(mkdir-p %profile-directory))
(lambda args
;; Often, we cannot create %PROFILE-DIRECTORY because its
;; parent directory is root-owned and we're running
;; unprivileged.
(raise (condition
(format #f
(G_ "while creating directory `~a': ~a")
(strerror (system-error-errno args)))))
(format #f (G_ "Please create the @file{~a} directory, \
with you as the owner.")
;; Bail out if it's not owned by the user.
(unless (or (not s) (= (stat:uid s) (getuid)))
(raise (condition
(format #f (G_ "directory `~a' is not owned by you")
(format #f (G_ "Please change the owner of @file{~a} \
to user ~s.")
%profile-directory (or (getenv "USER")
(getenv "LOGNAME")
(define (canonicalize-profile profile)
"If PROFILE points to a profile in %PROFILE-DIRECTORY, return that.
Otherwise return PROFILE unchanged. The goal is to treat '-p ~/.guix-profile'
as if '-p' was omitted." ; see <>
;; Trim trailing slashes so 'readlink' can do its job.
(let ((profile (string-trim-right profile #\/)))
(catch 'system-error
(lambda ()
(let ((target (readlink profile)))
(if (string=? (dirname target) %profile-directory)
(const profile))))
(define %known-shorthand-profiles
;; Known shorthand forms for profiles that the user manipulates.
(list (string-append (config-directory #:ensure? #f) "/current")
(define (user-friendly-profile profile)
"Return either ~/.guix-profile or ~/.config/guix/current if that's what
PROFILE refers to, directly or indirectly, or PROFILE."
(or (find (lambda (shorthand)
(and shorthand
(let ((target (false-if-exception
(readlink shorthand))))
(and target (string=? target profile)))))
;;; profiles.scm ends here