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* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* apt-pkg/acquire.cc: - make the max pipeline depth of the acquire queue configurable via Acquire::Max-Pipeline-Depth * apt-pkg/deb/dpkgpm.cc: - add Dpkg::UseIoNice boolean option to run dpkg with ionice -c3 (off by default) - send "dpkg-exec" message on the status fd when dpkg is run - provide DPkg::Chroot-Directory config option (useful for testing) - fix potential hang when in a backgroud process group * apt-pkg/algorithms.cc: - consider recommends when making the scores for the problem resolver * apt-pkg/acquire-worker.cc: - show error details of failed methods * apt-pkg/contrib/fileutl.cc: - if a process aborts with signal, show signal number * methods/http.cc: - ignore SIGPIPE, we deal with EPIPE from write in HttpMethod::ServerDie() (LP: #385144) * apt-pkg/indexcopy.cc: - support having CDs with no Packages file (just a Packages.gz) by not forcing a verification on non-existing files (LP: #255545) - remove the gettext from a string that consists entirely of variables (LP: #56792) * apt-pkg/cacheiterators.h: - add missing checks for Owner == 0 in end() * apt-pkg/indexrecords.cc: - fix some i18n issues * apt-pkg/contrib/strutl.h: - add new strprintf() function to make i18n strings easier - fix compiler warning * apt-pkg/deb/debsystem.cc: - make strings i18n able * fix problematic use of tolower() when calculating the version hash by using locale independant tolower_ascii() function. Thanks to M. Vefa Bicakci (LP: #80248) * build fixes for g++-4.4 * cmdline/apt-mark: - add "showauto" option to show automatically installed packages * document --install-recommends and --no-install-recommends (thanks to Dereck Wonnacott, LP: #126180) * Updated cron script to support backups by hardlinks and verbose levels. All features turned off by default. * Added more error handlings. Closes: #438803, #462734, #454989, * Refactored condition structure to make download and upgrade performed if only previous steps succeeded. Closes: #341970 * Documented all cron script related configuration items in configure-index. * apt-ftparchive might write corrupt Release files (LP: #46439) * Apply --important option to apt-cache depends (LP: #16947)
12 years ago
* apt-pkg/acquire.cc: - make the max pipeline depth of the acquire queue configurable via Acquire::Max-Pipeline-Depth * apt-pkg/deb/dpkgpm.cc: - add Dpkg::UseIoNice boolean option to run dpkg with ionice -c3 (off by default) - send "dpkg-exec" message on the status fd when dpkg is run - provide DPkg::Chroot-Directory config option (useful for testing) - fix potential hang when in a backgroud process group * apt-pkg/algorithms.cc: - consider recommends when making the scores for the problem resolver * apt-pkg/acquire-worker.cc: - show error details of failed methods * apt-pkg/contrib/fileutl.cc: - if a process aborts with signal, show signal number * methods/http.cc: - ignore SIGPIPE, we deal with EPIPE from write in HttpMethod::ServerDie() (LP: #385144) * apt-pkg/indexcopy.cc: - support having CDs with no Packages file (just a Packages.gz) by not forcing a verification on non-existing files (LP: #255545) - remove the gettext from a string that consists entirely of variables (LP: #56792) * apt-pkg/cacheiterators.h: - add missing checks for Owner == 0 in end() * apt-pkg/indexrecords.cc: - fix some i18n issues * apt-pkg/contrib/strutl.h: - add new strprintf() function to make i18n strings easier - fix compiler warning * apt-pkg/deb/debsystem.cc: - make strings i18n able * fix problematic use of tolower() when calculating the version hash by using locale independant tolower_ascii() function. Thanks to M. Vefa Bicakci (LP: #80248) * build fixes for g++-4.4 * cmdline/apt-mark: - add "showauto" option to show automatically installed packages * document --install-recommends and --no-install-recommends (thanks to Dereck Wonnacott, LP: #126180) * Updated cron script to support backups by hardlinks and verbose levels. All features turned off by default. * Added more error handlings. Closes: #438803, #462734, #454989, * Refactored condition structure to make download and upgrade performed if only previous steps succeeded. Closes: #341970 * Documented all cron script related configuration items in configure-index. * apt-ftparchive might write corrupt Release files (LP: #46439) * Apply --important option to apt-cache depends (LP: #16947)
12 years ago
* apt-pkg/acquire.cc: - make the max pipeline depth of the acquire queue configurable via Acquire::Max-Pipeline-Depth * apt-pkg/deb/dpkgpm.cc: - add Dpkg::UseIoNice boolean option to run dpkg with ionice -c3 (off by default) - send "dpkg-exec" message on the status fd when dpkg is run - provide DPkg::Chroot-Directory config option (useful for testing) - fix potential hang when in a backgroud process group * apt-pkg/algorithms.cc: - consider recommends when making the scores for the problem resolver * apt-pkg/acquire-worker.cc: - show error details of failed methods * apt-pkg/contrib/fileutl.cc: - if a process aborts with signal, show signal number * methods/http.cc: - ignore SIGPIPE, we deal with EPIPE from write in HttpMethod::ServerDie() (LP: #385144) * apt-pkg/indexcopy.cc: - support having CDs with no Packages file (just a Packages.gz) by not forcing a verification on non-existing files (LP: #255545) - remove the gettext from a string that consists entirely of variables (LP: #56792) * apt-pkg/cacheiterators.h: - add missing checks for Owner == 0 in end() * apt-pkg/indexrecords.cc: - fix some i18n issues * apt-pkg/contrib/strutl.h: - add new strprintf() function to make i18n strings easier - fix compiler warning * apt-pkg/deb/debsystem.cc: - make strings i18n able * fix problematic use of tolower() when calculating the version hash by using locale independant tolower_ascii() function. Thanks to M. Vefa Bicakci (LP: #80248) * build fixes for g++-4.4 * cmdline/apt-mark: - add "showauto" option to show automatically installed packages * document --install-recommends and --no-install-recommends (thanks to Dereck Wonnacott, LP: #126180) * Updated cron script to support backups by hardlinks and verbose levels. All features turned off by default. * Added more error handlings. Closes: #438803, #462734, #454989, * Refactored condition structure to make download and upgrade performed if only previous steps succeeded. Closes: #341970 * Documented all cron script related configuration items in configure-index. * apt-ftparchive might write corrupt Release files (LP: #46439) * Apply --important option to apt-cache depends (LP: #16947)
12 years ago
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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
* 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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  1. // -*- mode: cpp; mode: fold -*-
  2. // Description /*{{{*/
  3. // $Id: algorithms.cc,v 1.44 2002/11/28 18:49:16 jgg Exp $
  4. /* ######################################################################
  5. Algorithms - A set of misc algorithms
  6. The pkgProblemResolver class has become insanely complex and
  7. very sophisticated, it handles every test case I have thrown at it
  8. to my satisfaction. Understanding exactly why all the steps the class
  9. does are required is difficult and changing though not very risky
  10. may result in other cases not working.
  11. ##################################################################### */
  12. /*}}}*/
  13. // Include Files /*{{{*/
  14. #include <apt-pkg/algorithms.h>
  15. #include <apt-pkg/error.h>
  16. #include <apt-pkg/configuration.h>
  17. #include <apt-pkg/version.h>
  18. #include <apt-pkg/sptr.h>
  19. #include <apt-pkg/acquire-item.h>
  20. #include <apti18n.h>
  21. #include <sys/types.h>
  22. #include <cstdlib>
  23. #include <algorithm>
  24. #include <iostream>
  25. /*}}}*/
  26. using namespace std;
  27. pkgProblemResolver *pkgProblemResolver::This = 0;
  28. // Simulate::Simulate - Constructor /*{{{*/
  29. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  30. /* The legacy translations here of input Pkg iterators is obsolete,
  31. this is not necessary since the pkgCaches are fully shared now. */
  32. pkgSimulate::pkgSimulate(pkgDepCache *Cache) : pkgPackageManager(Cache),
  33. iPolicy(Cache),
  34. Sim(&Cache->GetCache(),&iPolicy),
  35. group(Sim)
  36. {
  37. Sim.Init(0);
  38. Flags = new unsigned char[Cache->Head().PackageCount];
  39. memset(Flags,0,sizeof(*Flags)*Cache->Head().PackageCount);
  40. // Fake a filename so as not to activate the media swapping
  41. string Jnk = "SIMULATE";
  42. for (unsigned int I = 0; I != Cache->Head().PackageCount; I++)
  43. FileNames[I] = Jnk;
  44. }
  45. /*}}}*/
  46. // Simulate::Describe - Describe a package /*{{{*/
  47. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  48. /* Parameter Current == true displays the current package version,
  49. Parameter Candidate == true displays the candidate package version */
  50. void pkgSimulate::Describe(PkgIterator Pkg,ostream &out,bool Current,bool Candidate)
  51. {
  52. VerIterator Ver(Sim);
  53. out << Pkg.FullName(true);
  54. if (Current == true)
  55. {
  56. Ver = Pkg.CurrentVer();
  57. if (Ver.end() == false)
  58. out << " [" << Ver.VerStr() << ']';
  59. }
  60. if (Candidate == true)
  61. {
  62. Ver = Sim[Pkg].CandidateVerIter(Sim);
  63. if (Ver.end() == true)
  64. return;
  65. out << " (" << Ver.VerStr() << ' ' << Ver.RelStr() << ')';
  66. }
  67. }
  68. /*}}}*/
  69. // Simulate::Install - Simulate unpacking of a package /*{{{*/
  70. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  71. /* */
  72. bool pkgSimulate::Install(PkgIterator iPkg,string /*File*/)
  73. {
  74. // Adapt the iterator
  75. PkgIterator Pkg = Sim.FindPkg(iPkg.Name(), iPkg.Arch());
  76. Flags[Pkg->ID] = 1;
  77. cout << "Inst ";
  78. Describe(Pkg,cout,true,true);
  79. Sim.MarkInstall(Pkg,false);
  80. if (strcmp(Pkg.Arch(),"all") == 0)
  81. {
  82. pkgCache::GrpIterator G = Pkg.Group();
  83. pkgCache::GrpIterator iG = iPkg.Group();
  84. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator P = G.FindPkg("any"); P.end() != true; P = G.NextPkg(P))
  85. {
  86. if (strcmp(P.Arch(), "all") == 0)
  87. continue;
  88. if (iG.FindPkg(P.Arch())->CurrentVer == 0)
  89. continue;
  90. Flags[P->ID] = 1;
  91. Sim.MarkInstall(P, false);
  92. }
  93. }
  94. // Look for broken conflicts+predepends.
  95. for (PkgIterator I = Sim.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  96. {
  97. if (Sim[I].InstallVer == 0)
  98. continue;
  99. for (DepIterator D = Sim[I].InstVerIter(Sim).DependsList(); D.end() == false;)
  100. {
  101. DepIterator Start;
  102. DepIterator End;
  103. D.GlobOr(Start,End);
  104. if (Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts ||
  105. Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks ||
  106. Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes ||
  107. End->Type == pkgCache::Dep::PreDepends)
  108. {
  109. if ((Sim[End] & pkgDepCache::DepGInstall) == 0)
  110. {
  111. cout << " [" << I.FullName(false) << " on " << Start.TargetPkg().FullName(false) << ']';
  112. if (Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts)
  113. _error->Error("Fatal, conflicts violated %s",I.FullName(false).c_str());
  114. }
  115. }
  116. }
  117. }
  118. if (Sim.BrokenCount() != 0)
  119. ShortBreaks();
  120. else
  121. cout << endl;
  122. return true;
  123. }
  124. /*}}}*/
  125. // Simulate::Configure - Simulate configuration of a Package /*{{{*/
  126. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  127. /* This is not an acurate simulation of relatity, we should really not
  128. install the package.. For some investigations it may be necessary
  129. however. */
  130. bool pkgSimulate::Configure(PkgIterator iPkg)
  131. {
  132. // Adapt the iterator
  133. PkgIterator Pkg = Sim.FindPkg(iPkg.Name(), iPkg.Arch());
  134. Flags[Pkg->ID] = 2;
  135. if (strcmp(Pkg.Arch(),"all") == 0)
  136. {
  137. pkgCache::GrpIterator G = Pkg.Group();
  138. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator P = G.FindPkg("any"); P.end() != true; P = G.NextPkg(P))
  139. {
  140. if (strcmp(P.Arch(), "all") == 0)
  141. continue;
  142. if (Flags[P->ID] == 1)
  143. Flags[P->ID] = 2;
  144. }
  145. }
  146. // Sim.MarkInstall(Pkg,false);
  147. if (Sim[Pkg].InstBroken() == true)
  148. {
  149. cout << "Conf " << Pkg.FullName(false) << " broken" << endl;
  150. Sim.Update();
  151. // Print out each package and the failed dependencies
  152. for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = Sim[Pkg].InstVerIter(Sim).DependsList(); D.end() == false; D++)
  153. {
  154. if (Sim.IsImportantDep(D) == false ||
  155. (Sim[D] & pkgDepCache::DepInstall) != 0)
  156. continue;
  157. if (D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes)
  158. cout << " Obsoletes:" << D.TargetPkg().FullName(false);
  159. else if (D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts)
  160. cout << " Conflicts:" << D.TargetPkg().FullName(false);
  161. else if (D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks)
  162. cout << " Breaks:" << D.TargetPkg().FullName(false);
  163. else
  164. cout << " Depends:" << D.TargetPkg().FullName(false);
  165. }
  166. cout << endl;
  167. _error->Error("Conf Broken %s",Pkg.FullName(false).c_str());
  168. }
  169. else
  170. {
  171. cout << "Conf ";
  172. Describe(Pkg,cout,false,true);
  173. }
  174. if (Sim.BrokenCount() != 0)
  175. ShortBreaks();
  176. else
  177. cout << endl;
  178. return true;
  179. }
  180. /*}}}*/
  181. // Simulate::Remove - Simulate the removal of a package /*{{{*/
  182. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  183. /* */
  184. bool pkgSimulate::Remove(PkgIterator iPkg,bool Purge)
  185. {
  186. // Adapt the iterator
  187. PkgIterator Pkg = Sim.FindPkg(iPkg.Name(), iPkg.Arch());
  188. Flags[Pkg->ID] = 3;
  189. Sim.MarkDelete(Pkg);
  190. if (strcmp(Pkg.Arch(),"all") == 0)
  191. {
  192. pkgCache::GrpIterator G = Pkg.Group();
  193. pkgCache::GrpIterator iG = iPkg.Group();
  194. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator P = G.FindPkg("any"); P.end() != true; P = G.NextPkg(P))
  195. {
  196. if (strcmp(P.Arch(), "all") == 0)
  197. continue;
  198. if (iG.FindPkg(P.Arch())->CurrentVer == 0)
  199. continue;
  200. Flags[P->ID] = 3;
  201. Sim.MarkDelete(P);
  202. }
  203. }
  204. if (Purge == true)
  205. cout << "Purg ";
  206. else
  207. cout << "Remv ";
  208. Describe(Pkg,cout,true,false);
  209. if (Sim.BrokenCount() != 0)
  210. ShortBreaks();
  211. else
  212. cout << endl;
  213. return true;
  214. }
  215. /*}}}*/
  216. // Simulate::ShortBreaks - Print out a short line describing all breaks /*{{{*/
  217. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  218. /* */
  219. void pkgSimulate::ShortBreaks()
  220. {
  221. cout << " [";
  222. for (PkgIterator I = Sim.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  223. {
  224. if (Sim[I].InstBroken() == true)
  225. {
  226. if (Flags[I->ID] == 0)
  227. cout << I.FullName(false) << ' ';
  228. /* else
  229. cout << I.Name() << "! ";*/
  230. }
  231. }
  232. cout << ']' << endl;
  233. }
  234. /*}}}*/
  235. // ApplyStatus - Adjust for non-ok packages /*{{{*/
  236. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  237. /* We attempt to change the state of the all packages that have failed
  238. installation toward their real state. The ordering code will perform
  239. the necessary calculations to deal with the problems. */
  240. bool pkgApplyStatus(pkgDepCache &Cache)
  241. {
  242. pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
  243. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  244. {
  245. if (I->VersionList == 0)
  246. continue;
  247. // Only choice for a ReInstReq package is to reinstall
  248. if (I->InstState == pkgCache::State::ReInstReq ||
  249. I->InstState == pkgCache::State::HoldReInstReq)
  250. {
  251. if (I->CurrentVer != 0 && I.CurrentVer().Downloadable() == true)
  252. Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
  253. else
  254. {
  255. // Is this right? Will dpkg choke on an upgrade?
  256. if (Cache[I].CandidateVer != 0 &&
  257. Cache[I].CandidateVerIter(Cache).Downloadable() == true)
  258. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
  259. else
  260. return _error->Error(_("The package %s needs to be reinstalled, "
  261. "but I can't find an archive for it."),I.FullName(true).c_str());
  262. }
  263. continue;
  264. }
  265. switch (I->CurrentState)
  266. {
  267. /* This means installation failed somehow - it does not need to be
  268. re-unpacked (probably) */
  269. case pkgCache::State::UnPacked:
  270. case pkgCache::State::HalfConfigured:
  271. case pkgCache::State::TriggersAwaited:
  272. case pkgCache::State::TriggersPending:
  273. if ((I->CurrentVer != 0 && I.CurrentVer().Downloadable() == true) ||
  274. I.State() != pkgCache::PkgIterator::NeedsUnpack)
  275. Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
  276. else
  277. {
  278. if (Cache[I].CandidateVer != 0 &&
  279. Cache[I].CandidateVerIter(Cache).Downloadable() == true)
  280. Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
  281. else
  282. Cache.MarkDelete(I);
  283. }
  284. break;
  285. // This means removal failed
  286. case pkgCache::State::HalfInstalled:
  287. Cache.MarkDelete(I);
  288. break;
  289. default:
  290. if (I->InstState != pkgCache::State::Ok)
  291. return _error->Error("The package %s is not ok and I "
  292. "don't know how to fix it!",I.FullName(false).c_str());
  293. }
  294. }
  295. return true;
  296. }
  297. /*}}}*/
  298. // FixBroken - Fix broken packages /*{{{*/
  299. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  300. /* This autoinstalls every broken package and then runs the problem resolver
  301. on the result. */
  302. bool pkgFixBroken(pkgDepCache &Cache)
  303. {
  304. pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
  305. // Auto upgrade all broken packages
  306. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  307. if (Cache[I].NowBroken() == true)
  308. Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
  309. /* Fix packages that are in a NeedArchive state but don't have a
  310. downloadable install version */
  311. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  312. {
  313. if (I.State() != pkgCache::PkgIterator::NeedsUnpack ||
  314. Cache[I].Delete() == true)
  315. continue;
  316. if (Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache).Downloadable() == false)
  317. continue;
  318. Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
  319. }
  320. pkgProblemResolver Fix(&Cache);
  321. return Fix.Resolve(true);
  322. }
  323. /*}}}*/
  324. // DistUpgrade - Distribution upgrade /*{{{*/
  325. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  326. /* This autoinstalls every package and then force installs every
  327. pre-existing package. This creates the initial set of conditions which
  328. most likely contain problems because too many things were installed.
  329. The problem resolver is used to resolve the problems.
  330. */
  331. bool pkgDistUpgrade(pkgDepCache &Cache)
  332. {
  333. pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
  334. /* Upgrade all installed packages first without autoinst to help the resolver
  335. in versioned or-groups to upgrade the old solver instead of installing
  336. a new one (if the old solver is not the first one [anymore]) */
  337. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; ++I)
  338. if (I->CurrentVer != 0)
  339. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
  340. /* Auto upgrade all installed packages, this provides the basis
  341. for the installation */
  342. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  343. if (I->CurrentVer != 0)
  344. Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
  345. /* Now, auto upgrade all essential packages - this ensures that
  346. the essential packages are present and working */
  347. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  348. if ((I->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) == pkgCache::Flag::Essential)
  349. Cache.MarkInstall(I, true, 0, false);
  350. /* We do it again over all previously installed packages to force
  351. conflict resolution on them all. */
  352. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  353. if (I->CurrentVer != 0)
  354. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
  355. pkgProblemResolver Fix(&Cache);
  356. // Hold back held packages.
  357. if (_config->FindB("APT::Ignore-Hold",false) == false)
  358. {
  359. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  360. {
  361. if (I->SelectedState == pkgCache::State::Hold)
  362. {
  363. Fix.Protect(I);
  364. Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
  365. }
  366. }
  367. }
  368. return Fix.Resolve();
  369. }
  370. /*}}}*/
  371. // AllUpgrade - Upgrade as many packages as possible /*{{{*/
  372. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  373. /* Right now the system must be consistent before this can be called.
  374. It also will not change packages marked for install, it only tries
  375. to install packages not marked for install */
  376. bool pkgAllUpgrade(pkgDepCache &Cache)
  377. {
  378. pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
  379. pkgProblemResolver Fix(&Cache);
  380. if (Cache.BrokenCount() != 0)
  381. return false;
  382. // Upgrade all installed packages
  383. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  384. {
  385. if (Cache[I].Install() == true)
  386. Fix.Protect(I);
  387. if (_config->FindB("APT::Ignore-Hold",false) == false)
  388. if (I->SelectedState == pkgCache::State::Hold)
  389. continue;
  390. if (I->CurrentVer != 0 && Cache[I].InstallVer != 0)
  391. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
  392. }
  393. return Fix.ResolveByKeep();
  394. }
  395. /*}}}*/
  396. // MinimizeUpgrade - Minimizes the set of packages to be upgraded /*{{{*/
  397. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  398. /* This simply goes over the entire set of packages and tries to keep
  399. each package marked for upgrade. If a conflict is generated then
  400. the package is restored. */
  401. bool pkgMinimizeUpgrade(pkgDepCache &Cache)
  402. {
  403. pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
  404. if (Cache.BrokenCount() != 0)
  405. return false;
  406. // We loop for 10 tries to get the minimal set size.
  407. bool Change = false;
  408. unsigned int Count = 0;
  409. do
  410. {
  411. Change = false;
  412. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  413. {
  414. // Not interesting
  415. if (Cache[I].Upgrade() == false || Cache[I].NewInstall() == true)
  416. continue;
  417. // Keep it and see if that is OK
  418. Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
  419. if (Cache.BrokenCount() != 0)
  420. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
  421. else
  422. {
  423. // If keep didnt actually do anything then there was no change..
  424. if (Cache[I].Upgrade() == false)
  425. Change = true;
  426. }
  427. }
  428. Count++;
  429. }
  430. while (Change == true && Count < 10);
  431. if (Cache.BrokenCount() != 0)
  432. return _error->Error("Internal Error in pkgMinimizeUpgrade");
  433. return true;
  434. }
  435. /*}}}*/
  436. // ProblemResolver::pkgProblemResolver - Constructor /*{{{*/
  437. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  438. /* */
  439. pkgProblemResolver::pkgProblemResolver(pkgDepCache *pCache) : Cache(*pCache)
  440. {
  441. // Allocate memory
  442. unsigned long Size = Cache.Head().PackageCount;
  443. Scores = new signed short[Size];
  444. Flags = new unsigned char[Size];
  445. memset(Flags,0,sizeof(*Flags)*Size);
  446. // Set debug to true to see its decision logic
  447. Debug = _config->FindB("Debug::pkgProblemResolver",false);
  448. }
  449. /*}}}*/
  450. // ProblemResolver::~pkgProblemResolver - Destructor /*{{{*/
  451. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  452. /* */
  453. pkgProblemResolver::~pkgProblemResolver()
  454. {
  455. delete [] Scores;
  456. delete [] Flags;
  457. }
  458. /*}}}*/
  459. // ProblemResolver::ScoreSort - Sort the list by score /*{{{*/
  460. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  461. /* */
  462. int pkgProblemResolver::ScoreSort(const void *a,const void *b)
  463. {
  464. Package const **A = (Package const **)a;
  465. Package const **B = (Package const **)b;
  466. if (This->Scores[(*A)->ID] > This->Scores[(*B)->ID])
  467. return -1;
  468. if (This->Scores[(*A)->ID] < This->Scores[(*B)->ID])
  469. return 1;
  470. return 0;
  471. }
  472. /*}}}*/
  473. // ProblemResolver::MakeScores - Make the score table /*{{{*/
  474. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  475. /* */
  476. void pkgProblemResolver::MakeScores()
  477. {
  478. unsigned long Size = Cache.Head().PackageCount;
  479. memset(Scores,0,sizeof(*Scores)*Size);
  480. // Important Required Standard Optional Extra
  481. signed short PrioMap[] = {
  482. 0,
  483. (signed short) _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::Important",3),
  484. (signed short) _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::Required",2),
  485. (signed short) _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::Standard",1),
  486. (signed short) _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::Optional",-1),
  487. (signed short) _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::Extra",-2)
  488. };
  489. signed short PrioEssentials = _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::Essentials",100);
  490. signed short PrioInstalledAndNotObsolete = _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::NotObsolete",1);
  491. signed short PrioDepends = _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::Depends",1);
  492. signed short PrioRecommends = _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::Recommends",1);
  493. signed short AddProtected = _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::AddProtected",10000);
  494. signed short AddEssential = _config->FindI("pkgProblemResolver::Scores::AddEssential",5000);
  495. if (_config->FindB("Debug::pkgProblemResolver::ShowScores",false) == true)
  496. clog << "Settings used to calculate pkgProblemResolver::Scores::" << endl
  497. << " Important => " << PrioMap[1] << endl
  498. << " Required => " << PrioMap[2] << endl
  499. << " Standard => " << PrioMap[3] << endl
  500. << " Optional => " << PrioMap[4] << endl
  501. << " Extra => " << PrioMap[5] << endl
  502. << " Essentials => " << PrioEssentials << endl
  503. << " InstalledAndNotObsolete => " << PrioInstalledAndNotObsolete << endl
  504. << " Depends => " << PrioDepends << endl
  505. << " Recommends => " << PrioRecommends << endl
  506. << " AddProtected => " << AddProtected << endl
  507. << " AddEssential => " << AddEssential << endl;
  508. // Generate the base scores for a package based on its properties
  509. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  510. {
  511. if (Cache[I].InstallVer == 0)
  512. continue;
  513. signed short &Score = Scores[I->ID];
  514. /* This is arbitrary, it should be high enough to elevate an
  515. essantial package above most other packages but low enough
  516. to allow an obsolete essential packages to be removed by
  517. a conflicts on a powerfull normal package (ie libc6) */
  518. if ((I->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) == pkgCache::Flag::Essential)
  519. Score += PrioEssentials;
  520. // We transform the priority
  521. if (Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache)->Priority <= 5)
  522. Score += PrioMap[Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache)->Priority];
  523. /* This helps to fix oddball problems with conflicting packages
  524. on the same level. We enhance the score of installed packages
  525. if those are not obsolete
  526. */
  527. if (I->CurrentVer != 0 && Cache[I].CandidateVer != 0 && Cache[I].CandidateVerIter(Cache).Downloadable())
  528. Score += PrioInstalledAndNotObsolete;
  529. }
  530. // Now that we have the base scores we go and propogate dependencies
  531. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  532. {
  533. if (Cache[I].InstallVer == 0)
  534. continue;
  535. for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache).DependsList(); D.end() == false; D++)
  536. {
  537. if (D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Depends ||
  538. D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::PreDepends)
  539. Scores[D.TargetPkg()->ID] += PrioDepends;
  540. else if (D->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Recommends)
  541. Scores[D.TargetPkg()->ID] += PrioRecommends;
  542. }
  543. }
  544. // Copy the scores to advoid additive looping
  545. SPtrArray<signed short> OldScores = new signed short[Size];
  546. memcpy(OldScores,Scores,sizeof(*Scores)*Size);
  547. /* Now we cause 1 level of dependency inheritance, that is we add the
  548. score of the packages that depend on the target Package. This
  549. fortifies high scoring packages */
  550. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  551. {
  552. if (Cache[I].InstallVer == 0)
  553. continue;
  554. for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = I.RevDependsList(); D.end() == false; D++)
  555. {
  556. // Only do it for the install version
  557. if ((pkgCache::Version *)D.ParentVer() != Cache[D.ParentPkg()].InstallVer ||
  558. (D->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Depends &&
  559. D->Type != pkgCache::Dep::PreDepends &&
  560. D->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Recommends))
  561. continue;
  562. Scores[I->ID] += abs(OldScores[D.ParentPkg()->ID]);
  563. }
  564. }
  565. /* Now we propogate along provides. This makes the packages that
  566. provide important packages extremely important */
  567. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  568. {
  569. for (pkgCache::PrvIterator P = I.ProvidesList(); P.end() == false; P++)
  570. {
  571. // Only do it once per package
  572. if ((pkgCache::Version *)P.OwnerVer() != Cache[P.OwnerPkg()].InstallVer)
  573. continue;
  574. Scores[P.OwnerPkg()->ID] += abs(Scores[I->ID] - OldScores[I->ID]);
  575. }
  576. }
  577. /* Protected things are pushed really high up. This number should put them
  578. ahead of everything */
  579. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  580. {
  581. if ((Flags[I->ID] & Protected) != 0)
  582. Scores[I->ID] += AddProtected;
  583. if ((I->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) == pkgCache::Flag::Essential)
  584. Scores[I->ID] += AddEssential;
  585. }
  586. }
  587. /*}}}*/
  588. // ProblemResolver::DoUpgrade - Attempt to upgrade this package /*{{{*/
  589. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  590. /* This goes through and tries to reinstall packages to make this package
  591. installable */
  592. bool pkgProblemResolver::DoUpgrade(pkgCache::PkgIterator Pkg)
  593. {
  594. pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
  595. if ((Flags[Pkg->ID] & Upgradable) == 0 || Cache[Pkg].Upgradable() == false)
  596. return false;
  597. if ((Flags[Pkg->ID] & Protected) == Protected)
  598. return false;
  599. Flags[Pkg->ID] &= ~Upgradable;
  600. bool WasKept = Cache[Pkg].Keep();
  601. Cache.MarkInstall(Pkg, false, 0, false);
  602. // This must be a virtual package or something like that.
  603. if (Cache[Pkg].InstVerIter(Cache).end() == true)
  604. return false;
  605. // Isolate the problem dependency
  606. bool Fail = false;
  607. for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = Cache[Pkg].InstVerIter(Cache).DependsList(); D.end() == false;)
  608. {
  609. // Compute a single dependency element (glob or)
  610. pkgCache::DepIterator Start = D;
  611. pkgCache::DepIterator End = D;
  612. unsigned char State = 0;
  613. for (bool LastOR = true; D.end() == false && LastOR == true;)
  614. {
  615. State |= Cache[D];
  616. LastOR = (D->CompareOp & pkgCache::Dep::Or) == pkgCache::Dep::Or;
  617. D++;
  618. if (LastOR == true)
  619. End = D;
  620. }
  621. // We only worry about critical deps.
  622. if (End.IsCritical() != true)
  623. continue;
  624. // Iterate over all the members in the or group
  625. while (1)
  626. {
  627. // Dep is ok now
  628. if ((Cache[End] & pkgDepCache::DepGInstall) == pkgDepCache::DepGInstall)
  629. break;
  630. // Do not change protected packages
  631. PkgIterator P = Start.SmartTargetPkg();
  632. if ((Flags[P->ID] & Protected) == Protected)
  633. {
  634. if (Debug == true)
  635. clog << " Reinst Failed because of protected " << P.FullName(false) << endl;
  636. Fail = true;
  637. }
  638. else
  639. {
  640. // Upgrade the package if the candidate version will fix the problem.
  641. if ((Cache[Start] & pkgDepCache::DepCVer) == pkgDepCache::DepCVer)
  642. {
  643. if (DoUpgrade(P) == false)
  644. {
  645. if (Debug == true)
  646. clog << " Reinst Failed because of " << P.FullName(false) << endl;
  647. Fail = true;
  648. }
  649. else
  650. {
  651. Fail = false;
  652. break;
  653. }
  654. }
  655. else
  656. {
  657. /* We let the algorithm deal with conflicts on its next iteration,
  658. it is much smarter than us */
  659. if (Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts ||
  660. Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks ||
  661. Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes)
  662. break;
  663. if (Debug == true)
  664. clog << " Reinst Failed early because of " << Start.TargetPkg().FullName(false) << endl;
  665. Fail = true;
  666. }
  667. }
  668. if (Start == End)
  669. break;
  670. Start++;
  671. }
  672. if (Fail == true)
  673. break;
  674. }
  675. // Undo our operations - it might be smart to undo everything this did..
  676. if (Fail == true)
  677. {
  678. if (WasKept == true)
  679. Cache.MarkKeep(Pkg, false, false);
  680. else
  681. Cache.MarkDelete(Pkg);
  682. return false;
  683. }
  684. if (Debug == true)
  685. clog << " Re-Instated " << Pkg.FullName(false) << endl;
  686. return true;
  687. }
  688. /*}}}*/
  689. // ProblemResolver::Resolve - Run the resolution pass /*{{{*/
  690. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  691. /* This routines works by calculating a score for each package. The score
  692. is derived by considering the package's priority and all reverse
  693. dependents giving an integer that reflects the amount of breakage that
  694. adjusting the package will inflict.
  695. It goes from highest score to lowest and corrects all of the breaks by
  696. keeping or removing the dependant packages. If that fails then it removes
  697. the package itself and goes on. The routine should be able to intelligently
  698. go from any broken state to a fixed state.
  699. The BrokenFix flag enables a mode where the algorithm tries to
  700. upgrade packages to advoid problems. */
  701. bool pkgProblemResolver::Resolve(bool BrokenFix)
  702. {
  703. pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
  704. unsigned long Size = Cache.Head().PackageCount;
  705. // Record which packages are marked for install
  706. bool Again = false;
  707. do
  708. {
  709. Again = false;
  710. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  711. {
  712. if (Cache[I].Install() == true)
  713. Flags[I->ID] |= PreInstalled;
  714. else
  715. {
  716. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == true && BrokenFix == true)
  717. {
  718. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
  719. if (Cache[I].Install() == true)
  720. Again = true;
  721. }
  722. Flags[I->ID] &= ~PreInstalled;
  723. }
  724. Flags[I->ID] |= Upgradable;
  725. }
  726. }
  727. while (Again == true);
  728. if (Debug == true)
  729. clog << "Starting" << endl;
  730. MakeScores();
  731. /* We have to order the packages so that the broken fixing pass
  732. operates from highest score to lowest. This prevents problems when
  733. high score packages cause the removal of lower score packages that
  734. would cause the removal of even lower score packages. */
  735. SPtrArray<pkgCache::Package *> PList = new pkgCache::Package *[Size];
  736. pkgCache::Package **PEnd = PList;
  737. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  738. *PEnd++ = I;
  739. This = this;
  740. qsort(PList,PEnd - PList,sizeof(*PList),&ScoreSort);
  741. if (_config->FindB("Debug::pkgProblemResolver::ShowScores",false) == true)
  742. {
  743. clog << "Show Scores" << endl;
  744. for (pkgCache::Package **K = PList; K != PEnd; K++)
  745. if (Scores[(*K)->ID] != 0)
  746. {
  747. pkgCache::PkgIterator Pkg(Cache,*K);
  748. clog << Scores[(*K)->ID] << ' ' << Pkg << std::endl;
  749. }
  750. }
  751. if (Debug == true)
  752. clog << "Starting 2" << endl;
  753. /* Now consider all broken packages. For each broken package we either
  754. remove the package or fix it's problem. We do this once, it should
  755. not be possible for a loop to form (that is a < b < c and fixing b by
  756. changing a breaks c) */
  757. bool Change = true;
  758. bool const TryFixByInstall = _config->FindB("pkgProblemResolver::FixByInstall", true);
  759. for (int Counter = 0; Counter != 10 && Change == true; Counter++)
  760. {
  761. Change = false;
  762. for (pkgCache::Package **K = PList; K != PEnd; K++)
  763. {
  764. pkgCache::PkgIterator I(Cache,*K);
  765. /* We attempt to install this and see if any breaks result,
  766. this takes care of some strange cases */
  767. if (Cache[I].CandidateVer != Cache[I].InstallVer &&
  768. I->CurrentVer != 0 && Cache[I].InstallVer != 0 &&
  769. (Flags[I->ID] & PreInstalled) != 0 &&
  770. (Flags[I->ID] & Protected) == 0 &&
  771. (Flags[I->ID] & ReInstateTried) == 0)
  772. {
  773. if (Debug == true)
  774. clog << " Try to Re-Instate (" << Counter << ") " << I.FullName(false) << endl;
  775. unsigned long OldBreaks = Cache.BrokenCount();
  776. pkgCache::Version *OldVer = Cache[I].InstallVer;
  777. Flags[I->ID] &= ReInstateTried;
  778. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
  779. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == true ||
  780. OldBreaks < Cache.BrokenCount())
  781. {
  782. if (OldVer == 0)
  783. Cache.MarkDelete(I);
  784. else
  785. Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
  786. }
  787. else
  788. if (Debug == true)
  789. clog << "Re-Instated " << I.FullName(false) << " (" << OldBreaks << " vs " << Cache.BrokenCount() << ')' << endl;
  790. }
  791. if (Cache[I].InstallVer == 0 || Cache[I].InstBroken() == false)
  792. continue;
  793. if (Debug == true)
  794. clog << "Investigating (" << Counter << ") " << I << endl;
  795. // Isolate the problem dependency
  796. PackageKill KillList[100];
  797. PackageKill *LEnd = KillList;
  798. bool InOr = false;
  799. pkgCache::DepIterator Start;
  800. pkgCache::DepIterator End;
  801. PackageKill *OldEnd = LEnd;
  802. enum {OrRemove,OrKeep} OrOp = OrRemove;
  803. for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache).DependsList();
  804. D.end() == false || InOr == true;)
  805. {
  806. // Compute a single dependency element (glob or)
  807. if (Start == End)
  808. {
  809. // Decide what to do
  810. if (InOr == true && OldEnd == LEnd)
  811. {
  812. if (OrOp == OrRemove)
  813. {
  814. if ((Flags[I->ID] & Protected) != Protected)
  815. {
  816. if (Debug == true)
  817. clog << " Or group remove for " << I.FullName(false) << endl;
  818. Cache.MarkDelete(I);
  819. Change = true;
  820. }
  821. }
  822. else if (OrOp == OrKeep)
  823. {
  824. if (Debug == true)
  825. clog << " Or group keep for " << I.FullName(false) << endl;
  826. Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
  827. Change = true;
  828. }
  829. }
  830. /* We do an extra loop (as above) to finalize the or group
  831. processing */
  832. InOr = false;
  833. OrOp = OrRemove;
  834. D.GlobOr(Start,End);
  835. if (Start.end() == true)
  836. break;
  837. // We only worry about critical deps.
  838. if (End.IsCritical() != true)
  839. continue;
  840. InOr = Start != End;
  841. OldEnd = LEnd;
  842. }
  843. else
  844. {
  845. Start++;
  846. // We only worry about critical deps.
  847. if (Start.IsCritical() != true)
  848. continue;
  849. }
  850. // Dep is ok
  851. if ((Cache[End] & pkgDepCache::DepGInstall) == pkgDepCache::DepGInstall)
  852. {
  853. InOr = false;
  854. continue;
  855. }
  856. if (Debug == true)
  857. clog << "Broken " << Start << endl;
  858. /* Look across the version list. If there are no possible
  859. targets then we keep the package and bail. This is necessary
  860. if a package has a dep on another package that cant be found */
  861. SPtrArray<pkgCache::Version *> VList = Start.AllTargets();
  862. if (*VList == 0 && (Flags[I->ID] & Protected) != Protected &&
  863. Start->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts &&
  864. Start->Type != pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks &&
  865. Start->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes &&
  866. Cache[I].NowBroken() == false)
  867. {
  868. if (InOr == true)
  869. {
  870. /* No keep choice because the keep being OK could be the
  871. result of another element in the OR group! */
  872. continue;
  873. }
  874. Change = true;
  875. Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
  876. break;
  877. }
  878. bool Done = false;
  879. for (pkgCache::Version **V = VList; *V != 0; V++)
  880. {
  881. pkgCache::VerIterator Ver(Cache,*V);
  882. pkgCache::PkgIterator Pkg = Ver.ParentPkg();
  883. /* This is a conflicts, and the version we are looking
  884. at is not the currently selected version of the
  885. package, which means it is not necessary to
  886. remove/keep */
  887. if (Cache[Pkg].InstallVer != Ver &&
  888. (Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts ||
  889. Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks ||
  890. Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes))
  891. {
  892. if (Debug)
  893. clog << " Conflicts//Breaks against version "
  894. << Ver.VerStr() << " for " << Pkg.Name()
  895. << " but that is not InstVer, ignoring"
  896. << endl;
  897. continue;
  898. }
  899. if (Debug == true)
  900. clog << " Considering " << Pkg.FullName(false) << ' ' << (int)Scores[Pkg->ID] <<
  901. " as a solution to " << I.FullName(false) << ' ' << (int)Scores[I->ID] << endl;
  902. /* Try to fix the package under consideration rather than
  903. fiddle with the VList package */
  904. if (Scores[I->ID] <= Scores[Pkg->ID] ||
  905. ((Cache[Start] & pkgDepCache::DepNow) == 0 &&
  906. End->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts &&
  907. End->Type != pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks &&
  908. End->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes))
  909. {
  910. // Try a little harder to fix protected packages..
  911. if ((Flags[I->ID] & Protected) == Protected)
  912. {
  913. if (DoUpgrade(Pkg) == true)
  914. {
  915. if (Scores[Pkg->ID] > Scores[I->ID])
  916. Scores[Pkg->ID] = Scores[I->ID];
  917. break;
  918. }
  919. continue;
  920. }
  921. /* See if a keep will do, unless the package is protected,
  922. then installing it will be necessary */
  923. bool Installed = Cache[I].Install();
  924. Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
  925. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == false)
  926. {
  927. // Unwind operation will be keep now
  928. if (OrOp == OrRemove)
  929. OrOp = OrKeep;
  930. // Restore
  931. if (InOr == true && Installed == true)
  932. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
  933. if (Debug == true)
  934. clog << " Holding Back " << I.FullName(false) << " rather than change " << Start.TargetPkg().FullName(false) << endl;
  935. }
  936. else
  937. {
  938. if (BrokenFix == false || DoUpgrade(I) == false)
  939. {
  940. // Consider other options
  941. if (InOr == false)
  942. {
  943. if (Debug == true)
  944. clog << " Removing " << I.FullName(false) << " rather than change " << Start.TargetPkg().FullName(false) << endl;
  945. Cache.MarkDelete(I);
  946. if (Counter > 1 && Scores[Pkg->ID] > Scores[I->ID])
  947. Scores[I->ID] = Scores[Pkg->ID];
  948. }
  949. else if (TryFixByInstall == true &&
  950. Start.TargetPkg()->CurrentVer == 0 &&
  951. Cache[Start.TargetPkg()].Delete() == false &&
  952. (Flags[Start.TargetPkg()->ID] & ToRemove) != ToRemove &&
  953. Cache.GetCandidateVer(Start.TargetPkg()).end() == false)
  954. {
  955. /* Before removing or keeping the package with the broken dependency
  956. try instead to install the first not previously installed package
  957. solving this dependency. This helps every time a previous solver
  958. is removed by the resolver because of a conflict or alike but it is
  959. dangerous as it could trigger new breaks/conflicts… */
  960. if (Debug == true)
  961. clog << " Try Installing " << Start.TargetPkg() << " before changing " << I.FullName(false) << std::endl;
  962. unsigned long const OldBroken = Cache.BrokenCount();
  963. Cache.MarkInstall(Start.TargetPkg(), true, 1, false);
  964. // FIXME: we should undo the complete MarkInstall process here
  965. if (Cache[Start.TargetPkg()].InstBroken() == true || Cache.BrokenCount() > OldBroken)
  966. Cache.MarkDelete(Start.TargetPkg(), false, 1, false);
  967. }
  968. }
  969. }
  970. Change = true;
  971. Done = true;
  972. break;
  973. }
  974. else
  975. {
  976. if (Start->Type == pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks)
  977. {
  978. // first, try upgradring the package, if that
  979. // does not help, the breaks goes onto the
  980. // kill list
  981. //
  982. // FIXME: use DoUpgrade(Pkg) instead?
  983. if (Cache[End] & pkgDepCache::DepGCVer)
  984. {
  985. if (Debug)
  986. clog << " Upgrading " << Pkg.FullName(false) << " due to Breaks field in " << I.FullName(false) << endl;
  987. Cache.MarkInstall(Pkg, false, 0, false);
  988. continue;
  989. }
  990. }
  991. // Skip adding to the kill list if it is protected
  992. if ((Flags[Pkg->ID] & Protected) != 0)
  993. continue;
  994. if (Debug == true)
  995. clog << " Added " << Pkg.FullName(false) << " to the remove list" << endl;
  996. LEnd->Pkg = Pkg;
  997. LEnd->Dep = End;
  998. LEnd++;
  999. if (Start->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts &&
  1000. Start->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes)
  1001. break;
  1002. }
  1003. }
  1004. // Hm, nothing can possibly satisify this dep. Nuke it.
  1005. if (VList[0] == 0 &&
  1006. Start->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts &&
  1007. Start->Type != pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks &&
  1008. Start->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes &&
  1009. (Flags[I->ID] & Protected) != Protected)
  1010. {
  1011. bool Installed = Cache[I].Install();
  1012. Cache.MarkKeep(I);
  1013. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == false)
  1014. {
  1015. // Unwind operation will be keep now
  1016. if (OrOp == OrRemove)
  1017. OrOp = OrKeep;
  1018. // Restore
  1019. if (InOr == true && Installed == true)
  1020. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
  1021. if (Debug == true)
  1022. clog << " Holding Back " << I.FullName(false) << " because I can't find " << Start.TargetPkg().FullName(false) << endl;
  1023. }
  1024. else
  1025. {
  1026. if (Debug == true)
  1027. clog << " Removing " << I.FullName(false) << " because I can't find " << Start.TargetPkg().FullName(false) << endl;
  1028. if (InOr == false)
  1029. Cache.MarkDelete(I);
  1030. }
  1031. Change = true;
  1032. Done = true;
  1033. }
  1034. // Try some more
  1035. if (InOr == true)
  1036. continue;
  1037. if (Done == true)
  1038. break;
  1039. }
  1040. // Apply the kill list now
  1041. if (Cache[I].InstallVer != 0)
  1042. {
  1043. for (PackageKill *J = KillList; J != LEnd; J++)
  1044. {
  1045. Change = true;
  1046. if ((Cache[J->Dep] & pkgDepCache::DepGNow) == 0)
  1047. {
  1048. if (J->Dep->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Conflicts ||
  1049. J->Dep->Type == pkgCache::Dep::DpkgBreaks ||
  1050. J->Dep->Type == pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes)
  1051. {
  1052. if (Debug == true)
  1053. clog << " Fixing " << I.FullName(false) << " via remove of " << J->Pkg.FullName(false) << endl;
  1054. Cache.MarkDelete(J->Pkg);
  1055. }
  1056. }
  1057. else
  1058. {
  1059. if (Debug == true)
  1060. clog << " Fixing " << I.FullName(false) << " via keep of " << J->Pkg.FullName(false) << endl;
  1061. Cache.MarkKeep(J->Pkg, false, false);
  1062. }
  1063. if (Counter > 1)
  1064. {
  1065. if (Scores[I->ID] > Scores[J->Pkg->ID])
  1066. Scores[J->Pkg->ID] = Scores[I->ID];
  1067. }
  1068. }
  1069. }
  1070. }
  1071. }
  1072. if (Debug == true)
  1073. clog << "Done" << endl;
  1074. if (Cache.BrokenCount() != 0)
  1075. {
  1076. // See if this is the result of a hold
  1077. pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin();
  1078. for (;I.end() != true; I++)
  1079. {
  1080. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == false)
  1081. continue;
  1082. if ((Flags[I->ID] & Protected) != Protected)
  1083. return _error->Error(_("Error, pkgProblemResolver::Resolve generated breaks, this may be caused by held packages."));
  1084. }
  1085. return _error->Error(_("Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages."));
  1086. }
  1087. // set the auto-flags (mvo: I'm not sure if we _really_ need this)
  1088. pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin();
  1089. for (;I.end() != true; I++) {
  1090. if (Cache[I].NewInstall() && !(Flags[I->ID] & PreInstalled)) {
  1091. if(_config->FindI("Debug::pkgAutoRemove",false)) {
  1092. std::clog << "Resolve installed new pkg: " << I.FullName(false)
  1093. << " (now marking it as auto)" << std::endl;
  1094. }
  1095. Cache[I].Flags |= pkgCache::Flag::Auto;
  1096. }
  1097. }
  1098. return true;
  1099. }
  1100. /*}}}*/
  1101. // ProblemResolver::ResolveByKeep - Resolve problems using keep /*{{{*/
  1102. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  1103. /* This is the work horse of the soft upgrade routine. It is very gental
  1104. in that it does not install or remove any packages. It is assumed that the
  1105. system was non-broken previously. */
  1106. bool pkgProblemResolver::ResolveByKeep()
  1107. {
  1108. pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
  1109. unsigned long Size = Cache.Head().PackageCount;
  1110. MakeScores();
  1111. /* We have to order the packages so that the broken fixing pass
  1112. operates from highest score to lowest. This prevents problems when
  1113. high score packages cause the removal of lower score packages that
  1114. would cause the removal of even lower score packages. */
  1115. pkgCache::Package **PList = new pkgCache::Package *[Size];
  1116. pkgCache::Package **PEnd = PList;
  1117. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  1118. *PEnd++ = I;
  1119. This = this;
  1120. qsort(PList,PEnd - PList,sizeof(*PList),&ScoreSort);
  1121. if (_config->FindB("Debug::pkgProblemResolver::ShowScores",false) == true)
  1122. {
  1123. clog << "Show Scores" << endl;
  1124. for (pkgCache::Package **K = PList; K != PEnd; K++)
  1125. if (Scores[(*K)->ID] != 0)
  1126. {
  1127. pkgCache::PkgIterator Pkg(Cache,*K);
  1128. clog << Scores[(*K)->ID] << ' ' << Pkg << std::endl;
  1129. }
  1130. }
  1131. if (Debug == true)
  1132. clog << "Entering ResolveByKeep" << endl;
  1133. // Consider each broken package
  1134. pkgCache::Package **LastStop = 0;
  1135. for (pkgCache::Package **K = PList; K != PEnd; K++)
  1136. {
  1137. pkgCache::PkgIterator I(Cache,*K);
  1138. if (Cache[I].InstallVer == 0 || Cache[I].InstBroken() == false)
  1139. continue;
  1140. /* Keep the package. If this works then great, otherwise we have
  1141. to be significantly more agressive and manipulate its dependencies */
  1142. if ((Flags[I->ID] & Protected) == 0)
  1143. {
  1144. if (Debug == true)
  1145. clog << "Keeping package " << I.FullName(false) << endl;
  1146. Cache.MarkKeep(I, false, false);
  1147. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == false)
  1148. {
  1149. K = PList - 1;
  1150. continue;
  1151. }
  1152. }
  1153. // Isolate the problem dependencies
  1154. for (pkgCache::DepIterator D = Cache[I].InstVerIter(Cache).DependsList(); D.end() == false;)
  1155. {
  1156. DepIterator Start;
  1157. DepIterator End;
  1158. D.GlobOr(Start,End);
  1159. // We only worry about critical deps.
  1160. if (End.IsCritical() != true)
  1161. continue;
  1162. // Dep is ok
  1163. if ((Cache[End] & pkgDepCache::DepGInstall) == pkgDepCache::DepGInstall)
  1164. continue;
  1165. /* Hm, the group is broken.. I suppose the best thing to do is to
  1166. is to try every combination of keep/not-keep for the set, but thats
  1167. slow, and this never happens, just be conservative and assume the
  1168. list of ors is in preference and keep till it starts to work. */
  1169. while (true)
  1170. {
  1171. if (Debug == true)
  1172. clog << "Package " << I.FullName(false) << " " << Start << endl;
  1173. // Look at all the possible provides on this package
  1174. SPtrArray<pkgCache::Version *> VList = Start.AllTargets();
  1175. for (pkgCache::Version **V = VList; *V != 0; V++)
  1176. {
  1177. pkgCache::VerIterator Ver(Cache,*V);
  1178. pkgCache::PkgIterator Pkg = Ver.ParentPkg();
  1179. // It is not keepable
  1180. if (Cache[Pkg].InstallVer == 0 ||
  1181. Pkg->CurrentVer == 0)
  1182. continue;
  1183. if ((Flags[I->ID] & Protected) == 0)
  1184. {
  1185. if (Debug == true)
  1186. clog << " Keeping Package " << Pkg.FullName(false) << " due to " << Start.DepType() << endl;
  1187. Cache.MarkKeep(Pkg, false, false);
  1188. }
  1189. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == false)
  1190. break;
  1191. }
  1192. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == false)
  1193. break;
  1194. if (Start == End)
  1195. break;
  1196. Start++;
  1197. }
  1198. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == false)
  1199. break;
  1200. }
  1201. if (Cache[I].InstBroken() == true)
  1202. continue;
  1203. // Restart again.
  1204. if (K == LastStop)
  1205. return _error->Error("Internal Error, pkgProblemResolver::ResolveByKeep is looping on package %s.",I.FullName(false).c_str());
  1206. LastStop = K;
  1207. K = PList - 1;
  1208. }
  1209. return true;
  1210. }
  1211. /*}}}*/
  1212. // ProblemResolver::InstallProtect - Install all protected packages /*{{{*/
  1213. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  1214. /* This is used to make sure protected packages are installed */
  1215. void pkgProblemResolver::InstallProtect()
  1216. {
  1217. pkgDepCache::ActionGroup group(Cache);
  1218. for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; I++)
  1219. {
  1220. if ((Flags[I->ID] & Protected) == Protected)
  1221. {
  1222. if ((Flags[I->ID] & ToRemove) == ToRemove)
  1223. Cache.MarkDelete(I);
  1224. else
  1225. {
  1226. // preserve the information whether the package was auto
  1227. // or manually installed
  1228. bool autoInst = (Cache[I].Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Auto);
  1229. Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, !autoInst);
  1230. }
  1231. }
  1232. }
  1233. }
  1234. /*}}}*/
  1235. // PrioSortList - Sort a list of versions by priority /*{{{*/
  1236. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  1237. /* This is ment to be used in conjunction with AllTargets to get a list
  1238. of versions ordered by preference. */
  1239. static pkgCache *PrioCache;
  1240. static int PrioComp(const void *A,const void *B)
  1241. {
  1242. pkgCache::VerIterator L(*PrioCache,*(pkgCache::Version **)A);
  1243. pkgCache::VerIterator R(*PrioCache,*(pkgCache::Version **)B);
  1244. if ((L.ParentPkg()->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) == pkgCache::Flag::Essential &&
  1245. (R.ParentPkg()->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) != pkgCache::Flag::Essential)
  1246. return 1;
  1247. if ((L.ParentPkg()->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) != pkgCache::Flag::Essential &&
  1248. (R.ParentPkg()->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) == pkgCache::Flag::Essential)
  1249. return -1;
  1250. if (L->Priority != R->Priority)
  1251. return R->Priority - L->Priority;
  1252. return strcmp(L.ParentPkg().Name(),R.ParentPkg().Name());
  1253. }
  1254. void pkgPrioSortList(pkgCache &Cache,pkgCache::Version **List)
  1255. {
  1256. unsigned long Count = 0;
  1257. PrioCache = &Cache;
  1258. for (pkgCache::Version **I = List; *I != 0; I++)
  1259. Count++;
  1260. qsort(List,Count,sizeof(*List),PrioComp);
  1261. }
  1262. /*}}}*/
  1263. // CacheFile::ListUpdate - update the cache files /*{{{*/
  1264. // ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  1265. /* This is a simple wrapper to update the cache. it will fetch stuff
  1266. * from the network (or any other sources defined in sources.list)
  1267. */
  1268. bool ListUpdate(pkgAcquireStatus &Stat,
  1269. pkgSourceList &List,
  1270. int PulseInterval)
  1271. {
  1272. pkgAcquire::RunResult res;
  1273. pkgAcquire Fetcher;
  1274. if (Fetcher.Setup(&Stat, _config->FindDir("Dir::State::Lists")) == false)
  1275. return false;
  1276. // Populate it with the source selection
  1277. if (List.GetIndexes(&Fetcher) == false)
  1278. return false;
  1279. // Run scripts
  1280. RunScripts("APT::Update::Pre-Invoke");
  1281. // check arguments
  1282. if(PulseInterval>0)
  1283. res = Fetcher.Run(PulseInterval);
  1284. else
  1285. res = Fetcher.Run();
  1286. if (res == pkgAcquire::Failed)
  1287. return false;
  1288. bool Failed = false;
  1289. bool TransientNetworkFailure = false;
  1290. for (pkgAcquire::ItemIterator I = Fetcher.ItemsBegin();
  1291. I != Fetcher.ItemsEnd(); I++)
  1292. {
  1293. if ((*I)->Status == pkgAcquire::Item::StatDone)
  1294. continue;
  1295. (*I)->Finished();
  1296. ::URI uri((*I)->DescURI());
  1297. uri.User.clear();
  1298. uri.Password.clear();
  1299. string descUri = string(uri);
  1300. _error->Warning(_("Failed to fetch %s %s\n"), descUri.c_str(),
  1301. (*I)->ErrorText.c_str());
  1302. if ((*I)->Status == pkgAcquire::Item::StatTransientNetworkError)
  1303. {
  1304. TransientNetworkFailure = true;
  1305. continue;
  1306. }
  1307. Failed = true;
  1308. }
  1309. // Clean out any old list files
  1310. // Keep "APT::Get::List-Cleanup" name for compatibility, but
  1311. // this is really a global option for the APT library now
  1312. if (!TransientNetworkFailure && !Failed &&
  1313. (_config->FindB("APT::Get::List-Cleanup",true) == true &&
  1314. _config->FindB("APT::List-Cleanup",true) == true))
  1315. {
  1316. if (Fetcher.Clean(_config->FindDir("Dir::State::lists")) == false ||
  1317. Fetcher.Clean(_config->FindDir("Dir::State::lists") + "partial/") == false)
  1318. // something went wrong with the clean
  1319. return false;
  1320. }
  1321. if (TransientNetworkFailure == true)
  1322. _error->Warning(_("Some index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead."));
  1323. else if (Failed == true)
  1324. return _error->Error(_("Some index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead."));
  1325. // Run the success scripts if all was fine
  1326. if(!TransientNetworkFailure && !Failed)
  1327. RunScripts("APT::Update::Post-Invoke-Success");
  1328. // Run the other scripts
  1329. RunScripts("APT::Update::Post-Invoke");
  1330. return true;
  1331. }
  1332. /*}}}*/