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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# A little script I whipped up to make it easy to
# patch source trees and have sane error handling
# -Erik
#
# (c) 2002 Erik Andersen <andersen@codepoet.org>
#
# Parameters:
# - "-s", optional. Silent operation, don't print anything if there
# isn't any error.
# - the build directory, optional, default value is '.'. The place where are
# the package sources.
# - the patch directory, optional, default '../kernel-patches'. The place
# where are the scripts you want to apply.
# - other parameters are the patch name patterns, optional, default value is
# '*'. Pattern(s) describing the patch names you want to apply.
#
# The script will look recursively for patches from the patch directory. If a
# file named 'series' exists then the patches mentioned in it will be applied
# as plain patches, regardless of their file name. If no 'series' file exists,
# the script will look for file names matching pattern(s). If the name
# ends with '.tar.*', '.tbz2' or '.tgz', the file is considered as an archive
# and will be uncompressed into a directory named
# '.patches-name_of_the_archive-unpacked'. It's the turn of this directory to
# be scanned with '*' as pattern. Remember that scanning is recursive. Other
# files than series file and archives are considered as a patch.
#
# Once a patch is found, the script will try to apply it. If its name doesn't
# end with '.gz', '.bz', '.bz2', '.xz', '.zip', '.Z', '.diff*' or '.patch*',
# it will be skipped. If necessary, the patch will be uncompressed before being
# applied. The list of the patches applied is stored in '.applied_patches_list'
# file in the build directory.

set -e

silent=
if [ "$1" = "-s" ] ; then
    # add option to be used by the patch tool
    silent=-s
    shift
fi

# Set directories from arguments, or use defaults.
builddir=${1-.}
patchdir=${2-../kernel-patches}
shift 2
patchpattern=${@-*}

# use a well defined sorting order
export LC_COLLATE=C

if [ ! -d "${builddir}" ] ; then
    echo "Aborting.  '${builddir}' is not a directory."
    exit 1
fi
if [ ! -d "${patchdir}" ] ; then
    echo "Aborting.  '${patchdir}' is not a directory."
    exit 1
fi

# Remove any rejects present BEFORE patching - Because if there are
# any, even if patches are well applied, at the end it will complain
# about rejects in builddir.
find ${builddir}/ '(' -name '*.rej' -o -name '.*.rej' ')' -print0 | \
    xargs -0 -r rm -f

function apply_patch {
    path="${1%%/}"
    patch="${2}"
    case "${path}" in
        /*) ;;
        *)  path="$PWD/${path}";;
    esac
    if [ "$3" ]; then
        type="series"; uncomp="cat"
    else
        case "$patch" in
            *.gz)
            type="gzip"; uncomp="gunzip -dc"; ;;
            *.bz)
            type="bzip"; uncomp="bunzip -dc"; ;;
            *.bz2)
            type="bzip2"; uncomp="bunzip2 -dc"; ;;
            *.xz)
            type="xz"; uncomp="unxz -dc"; ;;
            *.zip)
            type="zip"; uncomp="unzip -d"; ;;
            *.Z)
            type="compress"; uncomp="uncompress -c"; ;;
            *.diff*)
            type="diff"; uncomp="cat"; ;;
            *.patch*)
            type="patch"; uncomp="cat"; ;;
            *)
            echo "Unsupported file type for ${path}/${patch}, skipping";
            return 0
            ;;
        esac
    fi
    if [ -z "$silent" ] ; then
        echo ""
        echo "Applying $patch using ${type}: "
    fi
    if [ ! -e "${path}/$patch" ] ; then
        echo "Error: missing patch file ${path}/$patch"
        exit 1
    fi
    existing="$(grep -E "/${patch}\$" ${builddir}/.applied_patches_list || true)"
    if [ -n "${existing}" ]; then
        echo "Error: duplicate filename '${patch}'"
        echo "Conflicting files are:"
        echo "  already applied: ${existing}"
        echo "  to be applied  : ${path}/${patch}"
        exit 1
    fi
    if ${uncomp} "${path}/$patch" | grep -q "^rename from" && \
       ${uncomp} "${path}/$patch" | grep -q "^rename to" ; then
        echo "Error: patch contains some renames, not supported by old patch versions"
        exit 1
    fi
    echo "${path}/${patch}" >> ${builddir}/.applied_patches_list
    ${uncomp} "${path}/$patch" | patch -g0 -p1 -E --no-backup-if-mismatch -d "${builddir}" -t -N $silent
    if [ $? != 0 ] ; then
        echo "Patch failed!  Please fix ${patch}!"
        exit 1
    fi
}

function scan_patchdir {
    local path=$1
    shift 1
    patches=${@-*}

    # If there is a series file, use it instead of using ls sort order
    # to apply patches. Skip line starting with a dash.
    if [ -e "${path}/series" ] ; then
        # The format of a series file accepts a second field that is
        # used to specify the number of directory components to strip
        # when applying the patch, in the form -pN (N an integer >= 0)
        # We assume this field to always be -p1 whether it is present
        # or missing.
        series_patches="`grep -Ev "^#" ${path}/series | cut -d ' ' -f1 2> /dev/null`"
        for i in $series_patches; do
            apply_patch "$path" "$i" series
        done
    else
        for i in `cd $path; ls -d $patches 2> /dev/null` ; do
            if [ -d "${path}/$i" ] ; then
                scan_patchdir "${path}/$i"
            elif echo "$i" | grep -q -E "\.tar(\..*)?$|\.tbz2?$|\.tgz$" ; then
                unpackedarchivedir="$builddir/.patches-$(basename $i)-unpacked"
                rm -rf "$unpackedarchivedir" 2> /dev/null
                mkdir "$unpackedarchivedir"
                tar -C "$unpackedarchivedir" -xaf "${path}/$i"
                scan_patchdir "$unpackedarchivedir"
            else
                apply_patch "$path" "$i"
            fi
        done
    fi
}

touch ${builddir}/.applied_patches_list
scan_patchdir "$patchdir" "$patchpattern"

# Check for rejects...
if [ "`find $builddir/ '(' -name '*.rej' -o -name '.*.rej' ')' -print`" ] ; then
    echo "Aborting.  Reject files found."
    exit 1
fi