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// -*- mode: cpp; mode: fold -*-
// Description /*{{{*/
// $Id: algorithms.cc,v 1.44 2002/11/28 18:49:16 jgg Exp $
/* ######################################################################
Algorithms - A set of misc algorithms
The pkgProblemResolver class has become insanely complex and
very sophisticated, it handles every test case I have thrown at it
to my satisfaction. Understanding exactly why all the steps the class
does are required is difficult and changing though not very risky
may result in other cases not working.
##################################################################### */
/*}}}*/
// Include Files /*{{{*/
#include <apt-pkg/algorithms.h>
#include <apt-pkg/error.h>
#include <apt-pkg/configuration.h>
#include <apt-pkg/version.h>
#include <apt-pkg/sptr.h>
#include <apti18n.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <cstdlib>
#include <algorithm>
#include <iostream>
/*}}}*/
using namespace std;
pkgProblemResolver *pkgProblemResolver::This = 0;
// Simulate::Simulate - Constructor /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* The legacy translations here of input Pkg iterators is obsolete,
this is not necessary since the pkgCaches are fully shared now. */
pkgSimulate::pkgSimulate(pkgDepCache *Cache) : pkgPackageManager(Cache),
iPolicy(Cache),
Sim(&Cache->GetCache(),&iPolicy)
{
Sim.Init(0);
Flags = new unsigned char[Cache->Head().PackageCount];
memset(Flags,0,sizeof(*Flags)*Cache->Head().PackageCount);
// Fake a filename so as not to activate the media swapping
string Jnk = "SIMULATE";
for (unsigned int I = 0; I != Cache->Head().PackageCount; I++)
FileNames[I] = Jnk;
}
/*}}}*/
// Simulate::Describe - Describe a package /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* Parameter Current == true displays the current package version,
Parameter Candidate == true displays the candidate package version */
void pkgSimulate::Describe(PkgIterator Pkg,ostream &out,bool Current,bool Candidate)
{
VerIterator Ver(Sim);
out << Pkg.Name();
if (Current == true)
{
Ver = Pkg.CurrentVer();
if (Ver.end() == false)
out << " [" << Ver.VerStr() << ']';
}
if (Candidate == true)
{
Ver = Sim[Pkg].CandidateVerIter(Sim);
if (Ver.end() == true)
return;
out << " (" << Ver.VerStr() << ' ' << Ver.RelStr() << ')';
}
}
/*}}}*/
// Simulate::Install - Simulate unpacking of a package /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* */
bool pkgSimulate::Install(PkgIterator iPkg,string /*File*/)
{
// Adapt the iterator
PkgIterator Pkg = Sim.FindPkg(iPkg.Name());
Flags[Pkg->ID] = 1;
cout << "Inst ";
Describe(Pkg,cout,true,true);
Sim.MarkInstall(Pkg,false);
// Look for broken conflicts+predepends.
for (PkgIterator I = Sim.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if (Sim[I].InstallVer == 0)
continue;
for (DepIterator D = Sim[I].InstVerIter(Sim).DependsList(); D.end() == false;)
{
DepIterator Start;
DepIterator End;
D.GlobOr(Start,End);
if (Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts ||
Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks ||
Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes ||
End->Type == pkgCache::Dep::PreDepends)
{
if ((Sim[End] & pkgDepCache::DepGInstall) == 0)
{
cout << " [" << I.Name() << " on " << Start.TargetPkg().Name() << ']';
if (Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts)
_error->Error("Fatal, conflicts violated %s",I.Name());
}
}
}
}
if (Sim.BrokenCount() != 0)
ShortBreaks();
else
cout << endl;
return true;
}
/*}}}*/
// Simulate::Configure - Simulate configuration of a Package /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This is not an acurate simulation of relatity, we should really not
install the package.. For some investigations it may be necessary
however. */
bool pkgSimulate::Configure(PkgIterator iPkg)
{
// Adapt the iterator
PkgIterator Pkg = Sim.FindPkg(iPkg.Name());
Flags[Pkg->ID] = 2;
// Sim.MarkInstall(Pkg,false);
if (Sim[Pkg].InstBroken() == true)
{
cout << "Conf " << Pkg.Name() << " broken" << endl;
Sim.Update();
// Print out each package and the failed dependencies
for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = Sim[Pkg].InstVerIter(Sim).DependsList(); D.end() == false; D++)
{
if (Sim.IsImportantDep(D) == false ||
(Sim[D] & pkgDepCache::DepInstall) != 0)
continue;
if (D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes)
cout << " Obsoletes:" << D.TargetPkg().Name();
else if (D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts)
cout << " Conflicts:" << D.TargetPkg().Name();
else if (D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks)
cout << " Breaks:" << D.TargetPkg().Name();
else
cout << " Depends:" << D.TargetPkg().Name();
}
cout << endl;
_error->Error("Conf Broken %s",Pkg.Name());
}
else
{
cout << "Conf ";
Describe(Pkg,cout,false,true);
}
if (Sim.BrokenCount() != 0)
ShortBreaks();
else
cout << endl;
return true;
}
/*}}}*/
// Simulate::Remove - Simulate the removal of a package /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* */
bool pkgSimulate::Remove(PkgIterator iPkg,bool Purge)
{
// Adapt the iterator
PkgIterator Pkg = Sim.FindPkg(iPkg.Name());
Flags[Pkg->ID] = 3;
Sim.MarkDelete(Pkg);
if (Purge == true)
cout << "Purg ";
else
cout << "Remv ";
Describe(Pkg,cout,true,false);
if (Sim.BrokenCount() != 0)
ShortBreaks();
else
cout << endl;
return true;
}
/*}}}*/
// Simulate::ShortBreaks - Print out a short line describing all breaks /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* */
void pkgSimulate::ShortBreaks()
{
cout << " [";
for (PkgIterator I = Sim.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if (Sim[I].InstBroken() == true)
{
if (Flags[I->ID] == 0)
cout << I.Name() << ' ';
/* else
cout << I.Name() << "! ";*/
}
}
cout << ']' << endl;
}
/*}}}*/
// ApplyStatus - Adjust for non-ok packages /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* We attempt to change the state of the all packages that have failed
installation toward their real state. The ordering code will perform
the necessary calculations to deal with the problems. */
bool pkgApplyStatus(pkgDepCache &Cache)
{
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if (I->VersionList == 0)
continue;
// Only choice for a ReInstReq package is to reinstall
if (I->InstState == pkgCache::State::ReInstReq ||
I->InstState == pkgCache::State::HoldReInstReq)
{
if (I->CurrentVer != 0 && I.CurrentVer().Downloadable() == true)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
else
{
// Is this right? Will dpkg choke on an upgrade?
if (Cache[I].CandidateVer != 0 &&
Cache[I].CandidateVerIter(Cache).Downloadable() == true)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
else
return _error->Error(_("The package %s needs to be reinstalled, "
"but I can't find an archive for it."),I.Name());
}
continue;
}
switch (I->CurrentState)
{
/* This means installation failed somehow - it does not need to be
re-unpacked (probably) */
case pkgCache::State::UnPacked:
case pkgCache::State::HalfConfigured:
case pkgCache::State::TriggersAwaited:
case pkgCache::State::TriggersPending:
if ((I->CurrentVer != 0 && I.CurrentVer().Downloadable() == true) ||
I.State() != pkgCache::PkgIterator::NeedsUnpack)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
else
{
if (Cache[I].CandidateVer != 0 &&
Cache[I].CandidateVerIter(Cache).Downloadable() == true)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
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Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
else
Cache.MarkDelete(I);
}
break;
// This means removal failed
case pkgCache::State::HalfInstalled:
Cache.MarkDelete(I);
break;
default:
if (I->InstState != pkgCache::State::Ok)
return _error->Error("The package %s is not ok and I "
"don't know how to fix it!",I.Name());
}
}
return true;
}
/*}}}*/
// FixBroken - Fix broken packages /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This autoinstalls every broken package and then runs the problem resolver
on the result. */
bool pkgFixBroken(pkgDepCache &Cache)
{
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
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pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
// Auto upgrade all broken packages
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
if (Cache[I].NowBroken() == true)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
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Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
/* Fix packages that are in a NeedArchive state but don't have a
downloadable install version */
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if (I.State() != pkgCache::PkgIterator::NeedsUnpack ||
Cache[I].Delete() == true)
continue;
if (Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache).Downloadable() == false)
continue;
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
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Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
}
pkgProblemResolver Fix(&Cache);
return Fix.Resolve(true);
}
/*}}}*/
// DistUpgrade - Distribution upgrade /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This autoinstalls every package and then force installs every
pre-existing package. This creates the initial set of conditions which
most likely contain problems because too many things were installed.
The problem resolver is used to resolve the problems.
*/
bool pkgDistUpgrade(pkgDepCache &Cache)
{
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
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pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
/* Auto upgrade all installed packages, this provides the basis
for the installation */
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
if (I->CurrentVer != 0)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
/* Now, auto upgrade all essential packages - this ensures that
the essential packages are present and working */
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
if ((I->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) == pkgCache::Flag::Essential)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
/* We do it again over all previously installed packages to force
conflict resolution on them all. */
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
if (I->CurrentVer != 0)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
pkgProblemResolver Fix(&Cache);
// Hold back held packages.
if (_config->FindB("APT::Ignore-Hold",false) == false)
{
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if (I->SelectedState == pkgCache::State::Hold)
{
Fix.Protect(I);
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
}
}
}
return Fix.Resolve();
}
/*}}}*/
// AllUpgrade - Upgrade as many packages as possible /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* Right now the system must be consistent before this can be called.
It also will not change packages marked for install, it only tries
to install packages not marked for install */
bool pkgAllUpgrade(pkgDepCache &Cache)
{
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
pkgProblemResolver Fix(&Cache);
if (Cache.BrokenCount() != 0)
return false;
// Upgrade all installed packages
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if (Cache[I].Install() == true)
Fix.Protect(I);
if (_config->FindB("APT::Ignore-Hold",false) == false)
if (I->SelectedState == pkgCache::State::Hold)
continue;
if (I->CurrentVer != 0 && Cache[I].InstallVer != 0)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
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Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
}
return Fix.ResolveByKeep();
}
/*}}}*/
// MinimizeUpgrade - Minimizes the set of packages to be upgraded /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This simply goes over the entire set of packages and tries to keep
each package marked for upgrade. If a conflict is generated then
the package is restored. */
bool pkgMinimizeUpgrade(pkgDepCache &Cache)
{
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
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pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
if (Cache.BrokenCount() != 0)
return false;
// We loop for 10 tries to get the minimal set size.
bool Change = false;
unsigned int Count = 0;
do
{
Change = false;
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
// Not interesting
if (Cache[I].Upgrade() == false || Cache[I].NewInstall() == true)
continue;
// Keep it and see if that is OK
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
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Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
if (Cache.BrokenCount() != 0)
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
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Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
else
{
// If keep didnt actually do anything then there was no change..
if (Cache[I].Upgrade() == false)
Change = true;
}
}
Count++;
}
while (Change == true && Count < 10);
if (Cache.BrokenCount() != 0)
return _error->Error("Internal Error in pkgMinimizeUpgrade");
return true;
}
/*}}}*/
// ProblemResolver::pkgProblemResolver - Constructor /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* */
pkgProblemResolver::pkgProblemResolver(pkgDepCache *pCache) : Cache(*pCache)
{
// Allocate memory
unsigned long Size = Cache.Head().PackageCount;
Scores = new signed short[Size];
Flags = new unsigned char[Size];
memset(Flags,0,sizeof(*Flags)*Size);
// Set debug to true to see its decision logic
Debug = _config->FindB("Debug::pkgProblemResolver",false);
}
/*}}}*/
// ProblemResolver::~pkgProblemResolver - Destructor /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* */
pkgProblemResolver::~pkgProblemResolver()
{
delete [] Scores;
delete [] Flags;
}
/*}}}*/
// ProblemResolver::ScoreSort - Sort the list by score /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* */
int pkgProblemResolver::ScoreSort(const void *a,const void *b)
{
Package const **A = (Package const **)a;
Package const **B = (Package const **)b;
if (This->Scores[(*A)->ID] > This->Scores[(*B)->ID])
return -1;
if (This->Scores[(*A)->ID] < This->Scores[(*B)->ID])
return 1;
return 0;
}
/*}}}*/
// ProblemResolver::MakeScores - Make the score table /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* */
void pkgProblemResolver::MakeScores()
{
unsigned long Size = Cache.Head().PackageCount;
memset(Scores,0,sizeof(*Scores)*Size);
// Generate the base scores for a package based on its properties
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if (Cache[I].InstallVer == 0)
continue;
signed short &Score = Scores[I->ID];
/* This is arbitary, it should be high enough to elevate an
essantial package above most other packages but low enough
to allow an obsolete essential packages to be removed by
a conflicts on a powerfull normal package (ie libc6) */
if ((I->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) == pkgCache::Flag::Essential)
Score += 100;
// We transform the priority
// Important Required Standard Optional Extra
signed short PrioMap[] = {0,3,2,1,-1,-2};
if (Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache)->Priority <= 5)
Score += PrioMap[Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache)->Priority];
/* This helps to fix oddball problems with conflicting packages
on the same level. We enhance the score of installed packages
if those are not obsolete
*/
if (I->CurrentVer != 0 && Cache[I].CandidateVer != 0 && Cache[I].CandidateVerIter(Cache).Downloadable())
Score += 1;
}
// Now that we have the base scores we go and propogate dependencies
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if (Cache[I].InstallVer == 0)
continue;
for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache).DependsList(); D.end() == false; D++)
{
if (D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Depends || D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::PreDepends)
Scores[D.TargetPkg()->ID]++;
}
}
// Copy the scores to advoid additive looping
SPtrArray<signed short> OldScores = new signed short[Size];
memcpy(OldScores,Scores,sizeof(*Scores)*Size);
/* Now we cause 1 level of dependency inheritance, that is we add the
score of the packages that depend on the target Package. This
fortifies high scoring packages */
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if (Cache[I].InstallVer == 0)
continue;
for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = I.RevDependsList(); D.end() == false; D++)
{
// Only do it for the install version
if ((pkgCache::Version *)D.ParentVer() != Cache[D.ParentPkg()].InstallVer ||
(D->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Depends && D->Type != pkgCache::Dep::PreDepends))
continue;
Scores[I->ID] += abs(OldScores[D.ParentPkg()->ID]);
}
}
/* Now we propogate along provides. This makes the packages that
provide important packages extremely important */
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
for (pkgCache::PrvIterator P = I.ProvidesList(); P.end() == false; P++)
{
// Only do it once per package
if ((pkgCache::Version *)P.OwnerVer() != Cache[P.OwnerPkg()].InstallVer)
continue;
Scores[P.OwnerPkg()->ID] += abs(Scores[I->ID] - OldScores[I->ID]);
}
}
/* Protected things are pushed really high up. This number should put them
ahead of everything */
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
{
if ((Flags[I->ID] & Protected) != 0)
Scores[I->ID] += 10000;
if ((I->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) == pkgCache::Flag::Essential)
Scores[I->ID] += 5000;
}
}
/*}}}*/
// ProblemResolver::DoUpgrade - Attempt to upgrade this package /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This goes through and tries to reinstall packages to make this package
installable */
bool pkgProblemResolver::DoUpgrade(pkgCache::PkgIterator Pkg)
{
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
if ((Flags[Pkg->ID] & Upgradable) == 0 || Cache[Pkg].Upgradable() == false)
return false;
if ((Flags[Pkg->ID] & Protected) == Protected)
return false;
Flags[Pkg->ID] &= ~Upgradable;
bool WasKept = Cache[Pkg].Keep();
* merged daniel burrows fixes for the auto-mark code Patches applied: * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--base-0 tag of michael.vogt@ubuntu.com--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-1 doxygenize the new automark stuff * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-2 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-3 Automatically update package markings after every state-changing public operation, and allow users of the dep-cache to group actions into a single action. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-4 Make action groups noncopyable * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-5 Typo fix * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-6 Add a FromUser flag to MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-7 Somehow the ActionGroup definition got duplicated; kill the duplicate. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-8 Cancel the automatic flag on packages that are being kept only if they are garbage. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-9 Don't clear the 'automatically installed' flag in MarkDelete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-10 Add a FromUser flag to MarkInstall, and fix its handling of the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-11 Only clear the Auto flag on manual changes in MarkKeep. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-12 Make changes from the internal algorithms automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-13 Use ActionGroups in algorithms that make lots of changes, and fix a compile error. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-14 Split the sweep code into a separate routine from pkgMarkUsed * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-15 Update another call of MarkKeep to indicate that it's automatic. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-16 Move the mark-and-sweep code into pkgDepCache; call Sweep and document what it and Garbage are for; add a hook that can be used to generate a custom root-set function; move the big blob of regexp stuff into the custom root-set; fix the memory leak in the regexp stuff. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-17 Make ActionGroup take a reference instead of a pointer to the cache. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-18 Don't mark already-to-be-deleted packages as garbage, to imitate aptitude's behavior. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-19 Update apt-get for the new auto-mark protocol. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-20 Add a setter method for the Auto flag. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-21 Fix the test in apt-get about what to delete. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-22 Add a zero-argument mark-and-sweep routine and use it to do a mark-and-sweep on startup (so the garbage flags are initialized properly). * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-23 Right, Status is 2 for new installs, not 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-24 POT updates. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-25 Actually initialize group_level to 0. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-26 Don't make an ActionGroup in Sweep, since there's no point and it also is an infinite loop. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-27 Add virtual hooks to control whether the garbage collector considers recommends and/or suggests to be strong links. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-28 Call the progress methods in the right order so we don't generate nonsensical progress notifications. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-29 Typo fix. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-30 Make RecommendsImportant default to true in apt, too. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-31 Add a release() method to action groups. * dburrows@debian.org--2005/apt--auto-mark--0--patch-32 Add an 'autoremove' command that is synonymous to '--auto-remove remove'.
16 years ago
Cache.MarkInstall(Pkg, false, 0, false);
// This must be a virtual package or something like that.
if (Cache[Pkg].InstVerIter(Cache).end() == true)
return false;
// Isolate the problem dependency
bool Fail = false;
for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = Cache[Pkg].InstVerIter(Cache).DependsList(); D.end() == false;)
{
// Compute a single dependency element (glob or)
pkgCache::DepIterator Start = D;
pkgCache::DepIterator End = D;