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# Copyright 2010 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Id$

from __future__ import print_function

import stat

from portage import os
from portage.const import WORLD_FILE
from portage.data import secpass
from portage.exception import DirectoryNotFound
from portage.localization import _
from portage.output import bold, colorize
from portage.update import grab_updates, parse_updates, update_config_files, update_dbentry
from portage.util import grabfile, writemsg, writemsg_stdout, write_atomic

def _global_updates(trees, prev_mtimes):
	"""
	Perform new global updates if they exist in $PORTDIR/profiles/updates/.

	@param trees: A dictionary containing portage trees.
	@type trees: dict
	@param prev_mtimes: A dictionary containing mtimes of files located in
		$PORTDIR/profiles/updates/.
	@type prev_mtimes: dict
	@rtype: None or List
	@return: None if no were no updates, otherwise a list of update commands
		that have been performed.
	"""
	# only do this if we're root and not running repoman/ebuild digest

	if secpass < 2 or "SANDBOX_ACTIVE" in os.environ:
		return
	root = "/"
	mysettings = trees["/"]["vartree"].settings
	updpath = os.path.join(mysettings["PORTDIR"], "profiles", "updates")

	try:
		if mysettings["PORTAGE_CALLER"] == "fixpackages":
			update_data = grab_updates(updpath)
		else:
			update_data = grab_updates(updpath, prev_mtimes)
	except DirectoryNotFound:
		writemsg(_("--- 'profiles/updates' is empty or "
			"not available. Empty portage tree?\n"), noiselevel=1)
		return
	myupd = None
	if len(update_data) > 0:
		do_upgrade_packagesmessage = 0
		myupd = []
		timestamps = {}
		for mykey, mystat, mycontent in update_data:
			writemsg_stdout("\n\n")
			writemsg_stdout(colorize("GOOD",
				_("Performing Global Updates: "))+bold(mykey)+"\n")
			writemsg_stdout(_("(Could take a couple of minutes if you have a lot of binary packages.)\n"))
			writemsg_stdout(_("  %s='update pass'  %s='binary update'  "
				"%s='/var/db update'  %s='/var/db move'\n"
				"  %s='/var/db SLOT move'  %s='binary move'  "
				"%s='binary SLOT move'\n  %s='update /etc/portage/package.*'\n") % \
				(bold("."), bold("*"), bold("#"), bold("@"), bold("s"), bold("%"), bold("S"), bold("p")))
			valid_updates, errors = parse_updates(mycontent)
			myupd.extend(valid_updates)
			writemsg_stdout(len(valid_updates) * "." + "\n")
			if len(errors) == 0:
				# Update our internal mtime since we
				# processed all of our directives.
				timestamps[mykey] = mystat[stat.ST_MTIME]
			else:
				for msg in errors:
					writemsg("%s\n" % msg, noiselevel=-1)

		world_file = os.path.join(root, WORLD_FILE)
		world_list = grabfile(world_file)
		world_modified = False
		for update_cmd in myupd:
			for pos, atom in enumerate(world_list):
				new_atom = update_dbentry(update_cmd, atom)
				if atom != new_atom:
					world_list[pos] = new_atom
					world_modified = True
		if world_modified:
			world_list.sort()
			write_atomic(world_file,
				"".join("%s\n" % (x,) for x in world_list))

		update_config_files("/",
			mysettings.get("CONFIG_PROTECT","").split(),
			mysettings.get("CONFIG_PROTECT_MASK","").split(),
			myupd)

		vardb = trees["/"]["vartree"].dbapi
		bindb = trees["/"]["bintree"].dbapi
		if not os.access(bindb.bintree.pkgdir, os.W_OK):
			bindb = None
		else:
			# Call binarytree.populate(), since we want to make sure it's
			# only populated with local packages here (getbinpkgs=0).
			bindb.bintree.populate()
		for update_cmd in myupd:
			if update_cmd[0] == "move":
				moves = vardb.move_ent(update_cmd)
				if moves:
					writemsg_stdout(moves * "@")
				if bindb:
					moves = bindb.move_ent(update_cmd)
					if moves:
						writemsg_stdout(moves * "%")
			elif update_cmd[0] == "slotmove":
				moves = vardb.move_slot_ent(update_cmd)
				if moves:
					writemsg_stdout(moves * "s")
				if bindb:
					moves = bindb.move_slot_ent(update_cmd)
					if moves:
						writemsg_stdout(moves * "S")

		# The above global updates proceed quickly, so they
		# are considered a single mtimedb transaction.
		if len(timestamps) > 0:
			# We do not update the mtime in the mtimedb
			# until after _all_ of the above updates have
			# been processed because the mtimedb will
			# automatically commit when killed by ctrl C.
			for mykey, mtime in timestamps.items():
				prev_mtimes[mykey] = mtime

		# We gotta do the brute force updates for these now.
		if mysettings["PORTAGE_CALLER"] == "fixpackages" or \
		"fixpackages" in mysettings.features:
			def onUpdate(maxval, curval):
				if curval > 0:
					writemsg_stdout("#")
			vardb.update_ents(myupd, onUpdate=onUpdate)
			if bindb:
				def onUpdate(maxval, curval):
					if curval > 0:
						writemsg_stdout("*")
				bindb.update_ents(myupd, onUpdate=onUpdate)
		else:
			do_upgrade_packagesmessage = 1

		# Update progress above is indicated by characters written to stdout so
		# we print a couple new lines here to separate the progress output from
		# what follows.
		print()
		print()

		if do_upgrade_packagesmessage and bindb and \
			bindb.cpv_all():
			writemsg_stdout(_(" ** Skipping packages. Run 'fixpackages' or set it in FEATURES to fix the tbz2's in the packages directory.\n"))
			writemsg_stdout(bold(_("Note: This can take a very long time.")))
			writemsg_stdout("\n")
	if myupd:
		return myupd