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# GNU Guix --- Functional package management for GNU
# Copyright © 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 Ludovic Courtès <ludo@gnu.org>
# Copyright © 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/>.
#
# Test the `guix package' command-line utility.
#
guix package --version
readlink_base ()
{
basename `readlink "$1"`
}
module_dir="t-guix-package-$$"
profile="t-profile-$$"
tmpfile="t-guix-package-file-$$"
rm -f "$profile" "$tmpfile"
trap 'rm -f "$profile" "$profile.lock" "$profile-"[0-9]* "$tmpfile"; rm -rf "$module_dir" t-home-'"$$" EXIT
# Use `-e' with a non-package expression.
if guix package --bootstrap -e +;
then false; else true; fi
# Install a store item and make sure the version and output in the manifest
# are correct.
guix package --bootstrap -p "$profile" -i `guix build guile-bootstrap`
test "`guix package -A guile-bootstrap | cut -f 1-2`" \
= "`guix package -p "$profile" -I | cut -f 1-2`"
test "`guix package -p "$profile" -I | cut -f 3`" = "out"
rm "$profile"
guix package --bootstrap -p "$profile" -i guile-bootstrap
test -L "$profile" && test -L "$profile-1-link"
test -f "$profile/bin/guile"
# Make sure the profile is a GC root.
guix gc --list-live | grep "`readlink "$profile-1-link"`"
# Installing the same package a second time does nothing.
guix package --bootstrap -p "$profile" -i guile-bootstrap
test -L "$profile" && test -L "$profile-1-link"
! test -f "$profile-2-link"
test -f "$profile/bin/guile"
# Collisions are properly flagged (in this case, 'g-wrap' propagates
# guile@2.2, which conflicts with guile@2.0.)
if guix package --bootstrap -n -p "$profile" -i g-wrap guile@2.0
then false; else true; fi
guix package --bootstrap -n -p "$profile" -i g-wrap guile@2.0 \
--allow-collisions
# No search path env. var. here.
guix package -p "$profile" --search-paths
guix package -p "$profile" --search-paths | grep '^export PATH='
test "`guix package -p "$profile" --search-paths | wc -l`" = 1 # $PATH
( set -e; set -x; \
eval `guix package --search-paths=prefix -p "$PWD/$profile"`; \
test "`type -P guile`" = "$PWD/$profile/bin/guile" ; \
type -P rm )
# Exit with 1 when a generation does not exist.
if guix package -p "$profile" --delete-generations=42;
then false; else true; fi
# Exit with 0 when trying to delete the zeroth generation.
guix package -p "$profile" --delete-generations=0
# Make sure multiple arguments to -i works.
guix package --bootstrap -i guile zile -p "$profile" -n
# Make sure the `:' syntax works.
guix package --bootstrap -i "glibc:debug" -p "$profile" -n
# Make sure nonexistent outputs are reported.
guix package --bootstrap -i "guile-bootstrap:out" -p "$profile" -n
if guix package --bootstrap -i "guile-bootstrap:does-not-exist" -p "$profile" -n;
then false; else true; fi
if guix package --bootstrap -i "guile-bootstrap:does-not-exist" -p "$profile";
then false; else true; fi
# Make sure we get an error when trying to remove something that's not
# installed.
if guix package --bootstrap -r something-not-installed -p "$profile";
then false; else true; fi
# Check whether `--list-available' returns something sensible.
guix package -p "$profile" -A 'gui.*e' | grep guile
# Check whether `--show' returns something sensible.
guix package --show=guile | grep "^name: guile"
# Ensure `--show' doesn't fail for packages with non-package inputs.
guix package --show=texlive
# Fail for non-existent packages or package/version pairs.
if guix package --show=does-not-exist; then false; else true; fi
if guix package --show=emacs@42; then false; else true; fi
# Search.
LC_MESSAGES=C
export LC_MESSAGES
test "`guix package -s "An example GNU package" | grep ^name:`" = \
"name: hello"
test -z "`guix package -s "n0t4r341p4ck4g3"`"
# Search with one and then two regexps.
# First we get printed circuit boards *and* board games.
guix package -s '\<board\>' > "$tmpfile"
grep '^name: pcb' "$tmpfile"
grep '^name: gnubg' "$tmpfile"
# Second we get only board games.
guix package -s '\<board\>' -s game > "$tmpfile"
grep -v '^name: pcb' "$tmpfile" > /dev/null
grep '^name: gnubg' "$tmpfile"
rm -f "$tmpfile"
# Make sure deprecated packages don't show up: <https://bugs.gnu.org/30566>.
mkdir "$module_dir"
cat > "$module_dir/foo.scm"<<EOF
(define-module (foo)
#:use-module (guix packages)
#:use-module (gnu packages base))
(define-public deprecated
(deprecated-package "fileutils" coreutils))
EOF
guix build -L "$module_dir" -e '(@ (foo) deprecated)' -n
test "`guix package -L "$module_dir" -s ^fileutils$ | grep ^name:`" = ""
rm -rf "$module_dir"
# Make sure `--search' can display all the packages.
guix package --search="" > /dev/null
# There's no generation older than 12 months, so the following command should
# have no effect.
generation="`readlink_base "$profile"`"
if guix package -p "$profile" --delete-generations=12m;
then false; else true; fi
test "`readlink_base "$profile"`" = "$generation"
# The following command should not delete the current generation, even though
# it matches the given pattern (see <http://bugs.gnu.org/19978>.) And since
# there's nothing else to delete, it should just fail.
guix package --list-generations -p "$profile"
if guix package --bootstrap -p "$profile" --delete-generations=1..
then false; else true; fi
test "`readlink_base "$profile"`" = "$generation"
# Make sure $profile is a GC root at this point.
real_profile="`readlink -f "$profile"`"
if guix gc -d "$real_profile"
then false; else true; fi
test -d "$real_profile"
# Now, let's remove all the symlinks to $real_profile, and make sure
# $real_profile is no longer a GC root.
rm "$profile" "$profile"-[0-9]-link
guix gc -d "$real_profile"
[ ! -d "$real_profile" ]
# Package transformations.
# Make sure we get the right version number when using '--with-source'.
mkdir "$module_dir"
emacs_tarball="$module_dir/emacs-42.5.9rc7.tar.gz"
touch "$emacs_tarball"
guix package -p "$profile" -i emacs --with-source="$emacs_tarball" -n \
2> "$tmpfile"
grep -E 'emacs[[:blank:]]+42\.5\.9rc7' "$tmpfile"
rm "$emacs_tarball" "$tmpfile"
rmdir "$module_dir"
# Profiles with a relative file name. Make sure we don't create dangling
# symlinks--see bug report at
# <https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/guix-devel/2018-07/msg00036.html>.
mkdir -p "$module_dir/foo"
( cd "$module_dir" ; \
guix package --bootstrap -i guile-bootstrap -p foo/prof )
test -f "$module_dir/foo/prof/bin/guile"
rm "$module_dir/foo"/*
rmdir "$module_dir/foo"
rmdir "$module_dir"
#
# Try with the default profile.
#
XDG_CACHE_HOME="${XDG_CACHE_HOME:-$HOME/.cache}"
export XDG_CACHE_HOME
HOME="$PWD/t-home-$$"
export HOME
mkdir -p "$HOME"
# Get the canonical directory name so that 'guix package' recognizes it.
HOME="`cd $HOME; pwd -P`"
guix package --bootstrap -i guile-bootstrap
test -L "$HOME/.guix-profile"
test -f "$HOME/.guix-profile/bin/guile"
# Move to the empty profile.
default_profile="`readlink "$HOME/.guix-profile"`"
for i in `seq 1 3`
do
# Make sure the current generation is a GC root.
profile_link="`readlink "$default_profile"`"
guix gc --list-live | grep "`readlink "$profile_link"`"
guix package --bootstrap --roll-back
! test -f "$HOME/.guix-profile/bin"
! test -f "$HOME/.guix-profile/lib"
test "`readlink "$default_profile"`" = "`basename $default_profile-0-link`"
done
# Check whether '-p ~/.guix-profile' makes any difference.
# See <http://bugs.gnu.org/17939>.
if test -e "$HOME/.guix-profile-0-link"; then false; fi
if test -e "$HOME/.guix-profile-1-link"; then false; fi
guix package --bootstrap -p "$HOME/.guix-profile" -i guile-bootstrap
if test -e "$HOME/.guix-profile-1-link"; then false; fi
guix package --bootstrap --roll-back -p "$HOME/.guix-profile"
if test -e "$HOME/.guix-profile-0-link"; then false; fi
# Extraneous argument.
if guix package install foo-bar;
then false; else true; fi
# Make sure the "broken pipe" doesn't yield an error.
# Note: 'pipefail' is a Bash-specific option.
set -o pipefail || true
guix package -A g | head -1 2> "$HOME/err1"
guix package -I | head -1 2> "$HOME/err2"
test "`cat "$HOME/err1" "$HOME/err2"`" = ""
# Make sure '-L' extends the package module search path.
mkdir "$module_dir"
cat > "$module_dir/foo.scm"<<EOF
(define-module (foo)
#:use-module (guix packages)
#:use-module (gnu packages emacs))
(define-public x
(package (inherit emacs)
(name "emacs-foo-bar")
(version "42")))
EOF
guix package -A emacs-foo-bar -L "$module_dir" | grep 42
guix package -i emacs-foo-bar@42 -n -L "$module_dir"
# Same thing using the 'GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH' environment variable.
GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH="$module_dir"
export GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH
guix package -A emacs-foo-bar | grep 42
guix package -i emacs-foo-bar@42 -n
# Make sure GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH/'-L' takes precedence in case of duplicate packages.
cat > "$module_dir/bar.scm"<<EOF
(define-module (bar)
#:use-module (guix packages))
(define-public hello
(package (inherit (@@ (gnu packages base) hello))
(synopsis "an overridden version of GNU hello")))
EOF
guix package -i hello -n 2>&1 | grep choosing.*bar.scm
( unset GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH; \
guix package -i hello -n -L "$module_dir" 2>&1 | grep choosing.*bar.scm )
# Make sure patches that live under $GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH are found.
cat > "$module_dir/emacs.patch"<<EOF
This is a fake patch.
EOF
cat > "$module_dir/foo.scm"<<EOF
(define-module (foo)
#:use-module (guix packages)
#:use-module (gnu packages)
#:use-module (gnu packages emacs))
(define-public x
(package (inherit emacs)
(source (origin (inherit (package-source emacs))
(patches (list (search-patch "emacs.patch")))))
(name "emacs-foo-bar-patched")
(version "42")))
(define-public y
(package (inherit emacs)
(name "super-non-portable-emacs")
(supported-systems '("foobar64-hurd"))))
EOF
guix package -i emacs-foo-bar-patched -n
# Same when -L is used.
( unset GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH; \
guix package -L "$module_dir" -i emacs-foo-bar-patched -n )
# Make sure installing from a file works.
cat > "$module_dir/package.scm"<<EOF
(use-modules (gnu))
(use-package-modules bootstrap)
%bootstrap-guile
EOF
guix package --bootstrap --install-from-file="$module_dir/package.scm"
# Make sure an error is raised if the file doesn't return a package.
cat > "$module_dir/package.scm"<<EOF
(use-modules (gnu packages base))
(define my-package coreutils) ;returns *unspecified*
EOF
if guix package --bootstrap --install-from-file="$module_dir/package.scm"
then false; else true; fi
rm "$module_dir/package.scm"
# This one should not show up in searches since it's no supported on the
# current system.
test "`guix package -A super-non-portable-emacs`" = ""
test "`guix package -s super-non-portable-emacs | grep ^systems:`" = "systems: "
# Don't upgrade packages marked for removal: <http://bugs.gnu.org/27262>.
guix package --bootstrap -p "$profile" -i guile-bootstrap
cat > "$module_dir/foo.scm"<<EOF
(define-module (foo)
#:use-module (guix)
#:use-module (gnu packages bootstrap))
(define-public x
(package (inherit %bootstrap-guile) (version "42")))
EOF
guix package --bootstrap -p "$profile" -r guile-bootstrap -u guile
test ! -f "$profile/bin/guile"
guix package --bootstrap -p "$profile" --roll-back
test -f "$profile/bin/guile"
rm "$profile-2-link"
unset GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH
# Using 'GUIX_BUILD_OPTIONS'.
available="`guix package -A | sort`"
GUIX_BUILD_OPTIONS="--dry-run --no-grafts"
export GUIX_BUILD_OPTIONS
# Make sure $GUIX_BUILD_OPTIONS is not simply appended to the command-line,
# which would break 'guix package -A' and similar.
available2="`guix package -A | sort`"
test "$available2" = "$available"
guix package -I
# Restore '--no-grafts', which makes sure we don't end up building stuff when
# '--dry-run' is passed.
GUIX_BUILD_OPTIONS="--no-grafts"
# Applying a manifest file.
cat > "$module_dir/manifest.scm"<<EOF
(use-package-modules bootstrap)
(packages->manifest (list %bootstrap-guile))
EOF
guix package --bootstrap -m "$module_dir/manifest.scm"
guix package -I | grep guile
test `guix package -I | wc -l` -eq 1
guix package --rollback --bootstrap
# Applying two manifests.
cat > "$module_dir/manifest2.scm"<<EOF
(use-modules (gnu packages bootstrap) (guix))
(define p (package (inherit %bootstrap-guile) (name "eliug")))
(packages->manifest (list p))
EOF
guix package --bootstrap \
-m "$module_dir/manifest.scm" -m "$module_dir/manifest2.scm"
guix package -I | grep guile
guix package -I | grep eliug
test `guix package -I | wc -l` -eq 2
guix package --rollback --bootstrap
# Applying a manifest file with inferior packages.
cat > "$module_dir/manifest.scm"<<EOF
(use-modules (guix inferior))
(define i
(open-inferior "$abs_top_srcdir" #:command "scripts/guix"))
(let ((guile (car (lookup-inferior-packages i "guile-bootstrap"))))
(packages->manifest (list guile)))
EOF
guix package --bootstrap -m "$module_dir/manifest.scm"
guix package -I | grep guile
test `guix package -I | wc -l` -eq 1
# Error reporting.
cat > "$module_dir/manifest.scm"<<EOF
(use-package-modules bootstrap)
(packages->manifest
(list %bootstrap-guile
wonderful-package-that-does-not-exist))
EOF
if guix package --bootstrap -n -m "$module_dir/manifest.scm" \
2> "$module_dir/stderr"
then false
else
cat "$module_dir/stderr"
grep "manifest.scm:[1-3]:.*wonderful-package.*: unbound variable" \
"$module_dir/stderr"
fi
# Verify that package outputs are included in search results.
rm -rf "$module_dir"
mkdir "$module_dir"
cat > "$module_dir/foo.scm"<<EOF
(define-module (foo)
#:use-module (guix packages)
#:use-module (guix build-system trivial))
(define-public dummy-package
(package
(name "dummy-package")
(version "dummy-version")
(outputs '("out" "dummy-output"))
(source #f)
;; Without a real build system, the "guix package -s" command will fail.
(build-system trivial-build-system)
(synopsis "dummy-synopsis")
(description "dummy-description")
(home-page "https://dummy-home-page")
(license #f)))
EOF
guix package -L "$module_dir" -s dummy-output > /tmp/out
test "`guix package -L "$module_dir" -s dummy-output | grep ^name:`" = "name: dummy-package"
rm -rf "$module_dir"
# Make sure we can see user profiles.
guix package --list-profiles | grep "$profile"
guix package --list-profiles | grep '\.guix-profile'
# Make sure we can properly lock a profile.
mkdir "$module_dir"
echo "(open-output-file \"$module_dir/ready\") (sleep 60)" \
> "$module_dir/manifest.scm"
guix package -m "$module_dir/manifest.scm" -p "$module_dir/profile" &
pid=$!
while [ ! -f "$module_dir/ready" ] ; do sleep 0.5 ; done
if guix install emacs -p "$module_dir/profile"; then kill $pid; false; else true; fi
kill $pid