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// -*- mode: cpp; mode: fold -*-
/** Description \file edsp.h						{{{
   ######################################################################
   Set of methods to help writing and reading everything needed for EDSP
   with the notable exception of reading a scenario for conversion into
   a Cache as this is handled by edsp interface for listparser and friends
   ##################################################################### */
									/*}}}*/
#ifndef PKGLIB_EDSP_H
#define PKGLIB_EDSP_H

#include <apt-pkg/cacheset.h>
#include <apt-pkg/pkgcache.h>
#include <apt-pkg/cacheiterators.h>
#include <apt-pkg/macros.h>

#include <stdio.h>

#include <list>
#include <string>

#ifndef APT_8_CLEANER_HEADERS
#include <apt-pkg/depcache.h>
#include <apt-pkg/progress.h>
#endif

class pkgDepCache;
class OpProgress;

class EDSP								/*{{{*/
{
	// we could use pkgCache::DepType and ::Priority, but these would be localized stringsā€¦
	static const char * const PrioMap[];
	static const char * const DepMap[];

	APT_HIDDEN bool static ReadLine(int const input, std::string &line);
	APT_HIDDEN bool static StringToBool(char const *answer, bool const defValue);

	APT_HIDDEN void static WriteScenarioVersion(pkgDepCache &Cache, FILE* output,
					 pkgCache::PkgIterator const &Pkg,
					 pkgCache::VerIterator const &Ver);
	APT_HIDDEN void static WriteScenarioDependency(FILE* output,
					    pkgCache::VerIterator const &Ver);
	APT_HIDDEN void static WriteScenarioLimitedDependency(FILE* output,
						   pkgCache::VerIterator const &Ver,
						   APT::PackageSet const &pkgset);
public:
	/** \brief creates the EDSP request stanza
	 *
	 *  In the EDSP protocol the first thing send to the resolver is a stanza
	 *  encoding the request. This method will write this stanza by looking at
	 *  the given Cache and requests the installation of all packages which were
	 *  marked for installation in it (equally for remove).
	 *
	 *  \param Cache in which the request is encoded
	 *  \param output is written to this "file"
	 *  \param upgrade is true if it is an request like apt-get upgrade
	 *  \param distUpgrade is true if it is a request like apt-get dist-upgrade
	 *  \param autoRemove is true if removal of unneeded packages should be performed
	 *  \param Progress is an instance to report progress to
	 *
	 *  \return true if request was composed successfully, otherwise false
	 */
	bool static WriteRequest(pkgDepCache &Cache, FILE* output,
				 bool const upgrade = false,
				 bool const distUpgrade = false,
				 bool const autoRemove = false,
				OpProgress *Progress = NULL);

	/** \brief creates the scenario representing the package universe
	 *
	 *  After the request all known information about a package are send
	 *  to the solver. The output looks similar to a Packages or status file
	 *
	 *  All packages and version included in this Cache are send, even if
	 *  it doesn't make sense from an APT resolver point of view like versions
	 *  with a negative pin to enable the solver to propose even that as a
	 *  solution or at least to be able to give a hint what can be done to
	 *  statisfy a request.
	 *
	 *  \param Cache is the known package universe
	 *  \param output is written to this "file"
	 *  \param Progress is an instance to report progress to
	 *
	 *  \return true if universe was composed successfully, otherwise false
	 */
	bool static WriteScenario(pkgDepCache &Cache, FILE* output, OpProgress *Progress = NULL);

	/** \brief creates a limited scenario representing the package universe
	 *
	 *  This method works similar to #WriteScenario as it works in the same
	 *  way but doesn't send the complete universe to the solver but only
	 *  packages included in the pkgset which will have only dependencies
	 *  on packages which are in the given set. All other dependencies will
	 *  be removed, so that this method can be used to create testcases
	 *
	 *  \param Cache is the known package universe
	 *  \param output is written to this "file"
	 *  \param pkgset is a set of packages the universe should be limited to
	 *  \param Progress is an instance to report progress to
	 *
	 *  \return true if universe was composed successfully, otherwise false
	 */
	bool static WriteLimitedScenario(pkgDepCache &Cache, FILE* output,
					 APT::PackageSet const &pkgset,
					 OpProgress *Progress = NULL);

	/** \brief waits and acts on the information returned from the solver
	 *
	 *  This method takes care of interpreting whatever the solver sends
	 *  through the standard output like a solution, progress or an error.
	 *  The main thread should handle his control over to this method to
	 *  wait for the solver to finish the given task
	 *
	 *  \param input file descriptor with the response from the solver
	 *  \param Cache the solution should be applied on if any
	 *  \param Progress is an instance to report progress to
	 *
	 *  \return true if a solution is found and applied correctly, otherwise false
	 */
	bool static ReadResponse(int const input, pkgDepCache &Cache, OpProgress *Progress = NULL);

	/** \brief search and read the request stanza for action later
	 *
	 *  This method while ignore the input up to the point it finds the
	 *  Request: line as an indicator for the Request stanza.
	 *  The request is stored in the parameters install and remove then,
	 *  as the cache isn't build yet as the scenario follows the request.
	 *
	 *  \param input file descriptor with the edsp input for the solver
	 *  \param[out] install is a list which gets populated with requested installs
	 *  \param[out] remove is a list which gets populated with requested removals
	 *  \param[out] upgrade is true if it is a request like apt-get upgrade
	 *  \param[out] distUpgrade is true if it is a request like apt-get dist-upgrade
	 *  \param[out] autoRemove is true if removal of uneeded packages should be performed
	 *
	 *  \return true if the request could be found and worked on, otherwise false
	 */
	bool static ReadRequest(int const input, std::list<std::string> &install,
			std::list<std::string> &remove, bool &upgrade,
			bool &distUpgrade, bool &autoRemove);

	/** \brief takes the request lists and applies it on the cache
	 *
	 *  The lists as created by #ReadRequest will be used to find the
	 *  packages in question and mark them for install/remove.
	 *  No solving is done and no auto-install/-remove.
	 *
	 *  \param install is a list of packages to mark for installation
	 *  \param remove is a list of packages to mark for removal
	 *  \param Cache is there the markers should be set
	 *
	 *  \return false if the request couldn't be applied, true otherwise
	 */
	bool static ApplyRequest(std::list<std::string> const &install,
				 std::list<std::string> const &remove,
				 pkgDepCache &Cache);

	/** \brief encodes the changes in the Cache as a EDSP solution
	 *
	 *  The markers in the Cache are observed and send to given
	 *  file. The solution isn't checked for consistency or alike,
	 *  so even broken solutions can be written successfully,
	 *  but the front-end revicing it will properly fail then.
	 *
	 *  \param Cache which represents the solution
	 *  \param output to write the stanzas forming the solution to
	 *
	 *  \return true if solution could be written, otherwise false
	 */
	bool static WriteSolution(pkgDepCache &Cache, FILE* output);

	/** \brief sends a progress report
	 *
	 *  \param percent of the solving completed
	 *  \param message the solver wants the user to see
	 *  \param output the front-end listens for progress report
	 */
	bool static WriteProgress(unsigned short const percent, const char* const message, FILE* output);

	/** \brief sends an error report
	 *
	 *  Solvers are expected to execute successfully even if
	 *  they were unable to calculate a solution for a given task.
	 *  Obviously they can't send a solution through, so this
	 *  methods deals with formatting an error message correctly
	 *  so that the front-ends can receive and display it.
	 *
	 *  The first line of the message should be a short description
	 *  of the error so it can be used for dialog titles or alike
	 *
	 *  \param uuid of this error message
	 *  \param message is free form text to describe the error
	 *  \param output the front-end listens for error messages
	 */
	bool static WriteError(char const * const uuid, std::string const &message, FILE* output);


	/** \brief executes the given solver and returns the pipe ends
	 *
	 *  The given solver is executed if it can be found in one of the
	 *  configured directories and setup for it is performed.
	 *
	 *  \param solver to execute
	 *  \param[out] solver_in will be the stdin of the solver
	 *  \param[out] solver_out will be the stdout of the solver
	 *
	 *  \return PID of the started solver or 0 if failure occurred
	 */
	pid_t static ExecuteSolver(const char* const solver, int * const solver_in, int * const solver_out, bool /*overload*/);
	APT_DEPRECATED bool static ExecuteSolver(const char* const solver, int *solver_in, int *solver_out);

	/** \brief call an external resolver to handle the request
	 *
	 *  This method wraps all the methods above to call an external solver
	 *
	 *  \param solver to execute
	 *  \param Cache with the problem and as universe to work in
	 *  \param upgrade is true if it is a request like apt-get upgrade
	 *  \param distUpgrade is true if it is a request like apt-get dist-upgrade
	 *  \param autoRemove is true if unneeded packages should be removed
	 *  \param Progress is an instance to report progress to
	 *
	 *  \return true if the solver has successfully solved the problem,
	 *  otherwise false
	 */
	bool static ResolveExternal(const char* const solver, pkgDepCache &Cache,
				    bool const upgrade, bool const distUpgrade,
				    bool const autoRemove, OpProgress *Progress = NULL);
};
									/*}}}*/
#endif