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#!/usr/bin/perl -w
# applypatch -- apply a 'makepatch' generated patch kit.
# Author          : Johan Vromans
# Created On      : Sat Nov 14 14:34:28 1998
# Last Modified By: Johan Vromans
# Last Modified On: Sun Oct  8 15:07:03 2006
# Update Count    : 147
# Status          : Released
#
my $RCS_Id = '$Id: applypatch.pl,v 1.20 2006/10/08 13:07:07 jv Exp $ ';

use strict;
use Getopt::Long 2.00;
use File::Basename;
use File::Spec;
use IO::File;
use Text::ParseWords;

################ Common stuff ################

my $my_package = 'Sciurix';
my $my_name    = "applypatch";
my $my_version = "2.03";
my $data_version = '1.0';

$my_version .= '*' if length('$Locker:  $ ') > 12;

################ Globals ################

## Options and defaults.

my $dir;			# source directory
my $check = 0;			# check only
my $retain = 0;			# retain .orig files
my $patch = 'patch -p0 -N';	# patch command
my $verbose = 0;		# verbose processing
my $force = 0;			# allow continuation after trunc/corruption

# Development options (not shown with -help).
my $trace = 0;			# trace (show process)
my $test = 0;			# test (no actual processing)
my $debug = 0;			# extensive debugging info

## Misc

my $applypatch = 0;		# it's for us
my $timestamp;			# create date/time of patch kit
my @workq = ();			# work queue

## Subroutine prototypes

sub app_options ();
sub app_usage ($);
sub copy_input ();
sub execute_patch ();
sub post_patch ();
sub pre_patch ();
sub verify_files ();

################ Program parameters ################

app_options();
$trace ||= $debug;
$verbose ||= $trace;

################ Presets ################

$patch .= " -s" unless $verbose;
my $tmpfile = IO::File->new_tmpfile;

################ The Process ################

# Validate input and copy to temp file.
copy_input ();

# Change dir if requested.
(defined $dir) && (chdir ($dir) || die ("Cannot change to $dir: $!\n"));

# Verify that we are in the right place.
verify_files ();

# Exit if just checking.
die ("Okay\n") if $test && $check;
exit (0) if $check;

# Pre patch: create directories and files.
pre_patch ();

# Run the patch program.
execute_patch ();

# Post patch: adjust timestamps, remove obsolete files and directories.
post_patch ();

die ("Okay\n") if $test;
exit (0);

################ Subroutines ################

sub copy_input () {

    my $lines = 0;		# checksum: #lines
    my $bytes = 0;		# checksum: #bytes
    my $sum = 0;		# checksum: system V sum
    my $all_lines = 0;		# overall checksum: #lines
    my $all_bytes = 0;		# overall checksum: #bytes
    my $all_sum = 0;		# overall checksum: system V sum
    my $patchdata = 0;		# saw patch data
    my $pos = 0;		# start of patch data
    my $endkit = 0;		# saw end of kit
    my $fail = 0;		# failed
    my $patch_checksum_okay = 0;# checksum for the patch was okay

    print STDERR ("Validate input.\n") if $verbose;

    @ARGV = "-" if !@ARGV;
    for my $file (@ARGV) {
      my $argv = new IO::File;
      open($argv, $file) or die "Can't open $file: $!";
      binmode($argv);
      while ( <$argv> ) {
	chomp;
	if ( /^#### Patch data follows ####/ ) {
	    print STDERR (": $_\n") if $trace;
	    $patchdata |= 1;	# bit 0 means: start seen
	    $pos = $tmpfile->getpos;
	    $lines = $bytes = $sum = 0;
	}
	elsif ( /^#### End of Patch data ####/ ) {
	    print STDERR (": $_\n") if $trace;
	    $patchdata |= 2;	# bit 1 means: end seen
	}
	elsif ( /^#### ApplyPatch data follows ####/ ) {
	    print STDERR (": $_\n") if $trace;
	    $applypatch |= 1;
	}
	elsif ( /^#### End of ApplyPatch data ####/ ) {
	    print STDERR (": $_\n") if $trace;
	    $applypatch |= 2;
	}
	elsif ( /^#### End of Patch kit (\[created: ([^\]]+)\] )?####/ ) {
	    print STDERR (": $_\n") if $trace;
	    $endkit = 1;
	    if ( defined $timestamp && defined $2 && $2 ne $timestamp ) {
		warn ("Timestamp mismatch ",
		      "in \"#### End of Patch kit\" line.\n",
		      "  expecting \"$timestamp\", got \"$2\".\n");
		$fail = 1;
	    }
	}
	elsif ( /^#### Patch checksum: (\d+) (\d+) (\d+) ####/ ) {
	    # Checksum for patch data only.
	    # This _MUST_ preceed the overall checksum.
	    print STDERR (": $_\n") if $trace;
	    $patch_checksum_okay = 1;
	    if ( $1 != $lines ) {
		warn ("Linecount error: expecting $1, got $lines.\n");
		$fail = 1;
		$patch_checksum_okay = 0;
	    }
	    if ( $2 != $bytes ) {
		warn ("Bytecount error: expecting $2, got $bytes.\n");
		$fail = 1;
		$patch_checksum_okay = 0;
	    }
	    if ( $3 != $sum ) {
		warn ("Checksum error: expecting $3, got $sum.\n");
		$fail = 1;
		$patch_checksum_okay = 0;
	    }
	}
	elsif ( /^#### Checksum: (\d+) (\d+) (\d+) ####/ ) {
	    print STDERR (": $_\n") if $trace;
	    if ( $patch_checksum_okay ) {
		warn ("Warning: Overall linecount mismatch: ".
		      "expecting $1, got $all_lines.\n")
		  unless $1 == $all_lines || !$verbose;
		warn ("Warning: Overall bytecount mismatch: ".
		      "expecting $2, got $all_bytes.\n")
		  unless $2 == $all_bytes || !$verbose;
		warn ("Warning: Overall checksum mismatch: ".
		      "expecting $3, got $all_sum.\n")
		  unless $3 == $all_sum || !$verbose;
	    }
	    else {
		if ( $1 != $all_lines ) {
		    warn ("Overall linecount error: ".
			  "expecting $1, got $all_lines.\n");
		    $fail = 1;
		}
		if ( $2 != $all_bytes ) {
		    warn ("Overall bytecount error: ".
			  "expecting $2, got $all_bytes.\n");
		    $fail = 1;
		}
		if ( $3 != $all_sum ) {
		    warn ("Overall checksum error: ".
			  "expecting $3, got $all_sum.\n");
		    $fail = 1;
		}
	    }
	}
	elsif ( $applypatch == 1 ) {
	    if ( /^# Data version\s*:\s*(\d+\.\d+)$/ ) {
		print STDERR (": $_\n") if $trace;
		if ( $1 > $data_version ) {
		    warn ("This program is not capable of handling ",
			  "this input data.\n",
			  "Please upgrade to a newer version.\n");
		    $fail = 1;
		}
	    }
	    elsif ( /^# Date generated\s*:\s+(.*)$/ ) {
		$timestamp = $1;
	    }
	    elsif ( /^# (\S) (.*)$/ ) {
		push (@workq, [ $1, shellwords ($2) ]);
	    }
	}
      }
      continue {
	# Calculate checksum.
	$lines++;
	$all_lines++;
	$_ .= "\n";
	$bytes += length ($_);
	$all_bytes += length ($_);
	# System V 'sum' checksum
	$sum = ($sum + unpack ("%16C*", $_)) % 65535;
	$all_sum = ($all_sum + unpack ("%16C*", $_)) % 65535;

	# Copy the line to the temp file.
	print $tmpfile ($_);
      }
      close($argv);
    }

    # If we saw an ApplyPatch data section, it must be reliable.
    if ( $applypatch == 1 ) {
	warn ("ApplyPatch data section not properly terminated.\n");
	$fail = 1;
    }
    elsif ( $applypatch == 2 ) {
	warn ("ApplyPatch data section not reliable.\n");
	$fail = 1;
    }

    if ( $applypatch ) {
	# If we saw a Patch data section, it must be reliable.
	if ( $patchdata == 0 ) {
	    warn ("Patch data section not delimited.\n");
	    $fail = 1;
	}
	elsif ( $patchdata == 1 ) {
	    warn ("Patch data section not properly terminated.\n");
	    $fail = 1;
	}
	elsif ( $patchdata == 2 ) {
	    warn ("Patch data section not reliable.\n");
	    $fail = 1;
	}

	if ($endkit == 0 ) {
	    warn ("Missing \"#### End of Patch kit\" line.\n");
	    $fail = 1;
	}
    }

    if ( $fail ) {
	if ( $force ) {
	    warn ("WARNING: Verification of patch kit failed, ",
		  "continuing anyway.\n");
	}
	else {
	    die ("Verification of patch kit failed, aborting.\n",
		 "Use \"--force\" to override this.\n");
	}
    }

    print STDERR ($applypatch == 3 ? "Apply" : "",
		  "Patch kit apparently okay.\n") if $verbose;

    # Reset file to start of patch data.
    $tmpfile->setpos ($pos);
}

sub verify_files () {

    my $fail = 0;

    print STDERR ("Verify source directory.\n") if $verbose;

    foreach ( @workq ) {
	my ($op, $fn, @args) = @$_;

	if ( $op eq 'c' ) {
	    if ( -f $fn || -d _ ) {
		warn ("Verify error: file $fn must be created, ",
		      "but already exists.\n");
		$fail = 1;
	    }
	}
	elsif ( $op eq 'C' ) {
	    if ( -f $fn || -d _ ) {
		warn ("Verify error: directory $fn must be created, ",
		      "but already exists.\n");
		$fail = 1;
	    }
	}
	elsif ( $op eq 'r' || $op eq 'p' || $op eq 'v' ) {
	    my $sz = -s $fn;
	    if ( defined $sz ) {
		if ( $sz != $args[0] ) {
		    warn ("Verify error: size of $fn should be $args[0], but is ",
			  "$sz.\n");
		    $fail = 1;
		}
	    }
	    else {
		warn ("Verify error: file $fn is missing.\n");
		$fail = 1;
	    }
	}
	elsif ( $op eq 'R' ) {
	    unless ( -d $fn ) {
		warn ("Verify error: directory $fn must be removed, ",
		      "but does not exist.\n");
		$fail = 1;
	    }
	}
    }

    if ( $fail ) {
	if ( $force ) {
	    warn ("WARNING: This does not look like expected source ",
		  "directory, continuing anyway.\n");
	}
	else {
	    warn ("Apparently this is not the expected source directory, ",
		  "aborting.\n");
	    die ("Use \"--force\" to override this.\n");
	}
    }

    print STDERR ("Source directory apparently okay.\n") if $verbose;
}

sub pre_patch () {

    foreach ( @workq ) {
	my ($op, $fn, $size, $mtime, $mode) = @$_;

	if ( $op eq 'C' ) {
	    $mode = oct($mode) & 0777;
	    $mode = 0777 unless $mode; # sanity
	    printf STDERR ("+ mkpath $fn 0%o\n", $mode) if $trace;
	    mkdir ($fn, $mode) 
	      || die ("Cannot create directory $fn: $!\n");
	}
    }

    foreach ( @workq ) {
	my ($op, $fn, $size, $mtime, $mode) = @$_;

	if ( $op eq 'c' ) {
	    #$mode = oct($mode) & 0777;
	    #$mode = 0666 unless $mode; # sanity
	    print STDERR ("+ create $fn\n") if $trace;
	    open (F, '>'.$fn)
	      || die ("Cannot create $fn: $!\n");
	    close (F);
	    #printf STDERR ("+ chmod 0%o $fn\n", $mode) if $trace;
	    #chmod ($mode, $fn)
	    #  || warn sprintf ("WARNING: Cannot chmod 0%o $fn: $!\n", $mode);
	}
    }

}

sub execute_patch () {
    my $p = new IO::File;
    print STDERR ("+ $patch\n") if $trace;
    $p->open("|$patch") || die ("Cannot open pipe to \"$patch\": $!\n");
    binmode($p);
    if ( $applypatch ) {
	my $lines = 0;
	while ( <$tmpfile> ) {
	    chomp;
	    $lines++;
	    print STDERR ("++ ", $_, "\n") if $debug;
	    print $p ($_, "\n");
	    last if $_ eq "#### End of Patch data ####";
	}
	print STDERR ("+ $lines lines sent to \"$patch\"\n") if $trace;
    }
    else {
	print $p ($_) while <$tmpfile>;
    }
    $p->close || die ("Possible problems with \"$patch\", status = $?.\n");
}

sub set_utime ($$;$) {
    my ($fn, $mtime, $mode) = @_;
    $mode = (stat ($fn))[2] unless defined $mode;
    chmod (0777, $fn)
      || warn ("WARNING: Cannot utime/chmod a+rwx $fn: $!\n");
    print STDERR ("+ utime $fn $mtime (".localtime($mtime).")\n") if $trace;
    # Set times. Ignore errors for directories since some systems
    # (like MSWin32) do not allow directories to be stamped.
    utime ($mtime, $mtime, $fn)
      || -d $fn || warn ("WARNING: utime($mtime,$fn): $!\n");
    printf STDERR ("+ chmod 0%o $fn\n", $mode) if $trace;
    chmod ($mode, $fn)
      || warn sprintf ("WARNING: Cannot utime/chmod 0%o $fn: $!\n", $mode);
}

sub do_unlink ($) {
    my ($fn) = @_;
    my $mode = (stat($fn))[2];
    chmod (0777, $fn)
      || warn ("WARNING: Cannot unlink/chmod a+rwx $fn: $!\n");
    print STDERR ("+ unlink $fn\n") if $verbose;
    return if unlink ($fn);
    warn ("WARNING: Cannot remove $fn: $!\n");
    chmod ($mode, $fn)
      || warn sprintf ("WARNING: Cannot unlink/chmod 0%o $fn: $!\n", $mode);
}

sub do_rmdir ($) {
    my ($fn) = @_;
    my $mode = (stat($fn))[2];
    chmod (0777, $fn)
      || warn ("WARNING: Cannot rmdir/chmod a+rwx $fn: $!\n");
    print STDERR ("+ rmdir $fn\n") if $verbose;
    return if rmdir ($fn);
    warn ("WARNING: Cannot rmdir $fn: $!\n");
    chmod ($mode, $fn)
      || warn sprintf ("WARNING: Cannot rmdir/chmod 0%o $fn: $!\n", $mode);
}

sub post_patch () {

    my $suffix = $ENV{SIMPLE_BACKUP_SUFFIX} || ".orig";

    foreach ( @workq ) {
	my ($op, $fn, $size, $mtime, $mode) = @$_;

	if ( $op eq 'c' || $op eq 'C' || $op eq 'p' ) {
	    if ( defined $mode ) {
		$mode = oct($mode) & 0777;
		$mode = 0666 unless $mode; # sanity
	    }
	    set_utime ($fn, $mtime, $mode);
	    next if $retain;
	    $fn .= $suffix;
	    if ( -f $fn ) {
		do_unlink ($fn);
	    }
	}
	elsif ( $op eq 'r' ) {
	    print STDERR ("+ unlink $fn\n") if $trace;
	    # Be forgiving, maybe patch already removed the file.
	    if ( -e $fn ) {
		do_unlink ($fn);
	    }
	    else {
		warn ("Apparently, $fn has been removed already.\n");
	    }
	}
	elsif ( $op eq 'R' ) {
	    print STDERR ("+ rmdir $fn\n") if $trace;
	    # Maybe some future version of patch will take care of directories.
	    if ( -e $fn ) {
		do_rmdir ($fn);
	    }
	    else {
		warn ("Apparently, $fn has been removed already.\n");
	    }
	}
    }

}

################ Options and Help ################

sub app_options () {
    my $help = 0;		# handled locally

    # Process options, if any.
    # Make sure defaults are set before returning!
    return unless @ARGV > 0;
    my @opts = ('check'		=> \$check,
		'dir|d=s'	=> \$dir,
		'retain'	=> \$retain,
		'force'		=> \$force,
		'verbose'	=> \$verbose,
		'quiet'		=> sub { $verbose = 0; },
		'patch=s'	=> \$patch,
		'test'		=> \$test,
		'trace'		=> \$trace,
		'debug'		=> \$debug,
		'help'		=> \$help);
    
    (!GetOptions (@opts) || $help) && app_usage (2);

}

sub app_usage ($) {
    my ($exit) = @_;
    print STDERR <<EndOfUsage;
Usage: $0 [options] patch-kit

    -help		this message
    -dir XXX		change to this directory before executing
    -check              check, but does not execute
    -retain		retain .orig file after patching
    -force              continue after verification failures
    -patch XXX		the patch command, default "$patch"
    -quiet		no information
    -verbose		verbose information
EndOfUsage
    exit $exit if defined $exit && $exit != 0;
}

1;

__END__

################ Documentation ################

=head1 NAME

applypatch - apply 'makepatch' generated script to update a source tree

=head1 SYNOPSIS

B<applypatch> [ I<options> ] I<patch-kit>

=head1 DESCRIPTION

B<Applypatch> applies a patch kit as generated by the B<makepatch>
program. It performs the following actions:

=over 4

=item *

First, it will extensively verify that the patch kit is complete and
did not get corrupted during transfer.

=item *

Then it will apply some heuristics to verify that the directory in
which the patch will be applied does indeed contain the expected
sources.

If a corruption or verification error is detected, B<applypatch> exits
without making changes.

=item *

If the kit is okay, and the directory seems to be the right one: it
creates new files and directories as necessary.

=item *

Then it runs the B<patch> program to apply the patch to the source files.

=item *

Upon completion, obsolete files, directories and .orig files are
removed, file modes of new files are set, and the timestamps of
all patched files are adjusted.

=back

=head1 Applypatch arguments

B<Applypatch> takes one argument, the name of the patch kit as
generated by B<makepatch>. If no name is specified, the patch kit is
read from standard input.

=head1 Applypatch options

Options are matched case insensitive, and may be abbreviated to uniqueness.

=over 4

=item B<-directory> I<dir>

The name of the source directory to be patched.

=item B<-check>

Perform the checks on the patch kit and patch directory, but do not
make any changes.

=item B<-force>

Force continuation of the patch process even when corruption or
verification errors are detected. This is very dangerous!

=item B<-retain>

Do not remove patch backup files (with extension C<.orig>) upon
completion. 

=item B<-patch> I<cmd>

The patch command to be used. Default is "C<patch -p0 -N>".
Additionally, a "C<-s>" will be added unless option B<-verbose> was
specified.

=item B<-verbose>

This option will cause B<applypatch> and the B<patch> program to emit
verbose progress information.

=item B<-quiet>

This option will cause B<applypatch> and the B<patch> program to emit
no progress information, only error messages.

=back

=head1 Environment variables

=over 4

=item SIMPLE_BACKUP_SUFFIX

The suffix used by (some versions of?) B<patch> to back up the
originals of patched files. Upon completion, these files are removed
by B<applypatch> unless the option B<-retain> was specified.
Default value if "C<.orig>".

=back

=head1 SEE ALSO

B<makepatch>(1),
B<diff>(1),
B<patch>(1),
B<perl>(1),
B<rm>(1).

=head1 AUTHOR AND CREDITS

This program is written by Johan Vromans <jvromans@squirrel.nl>.

See section AUTHOR AND CREDITS of the makepatch program for an
extensive list of people that helped one way or another in the
makepatch / applypatch project.

=head1 COPYRIGHT AND DISCLAIMER

This program is Copyright 1992,1999,2006 by Squirrel Consultancy. All
rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of either: a) the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 1, or (at
your option) any later version, or b) the "Artistic License" which
comes with Perl.

This program 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 either the
GNU General Public License or the Artistic License for more details.

=cut