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Fix typos in documentation (codespell)

tags/debian/0.9.15.4
Michael Vogt 7 years ago
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COMPILING View File

@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ I am not interested in making 'ultra portable code'. I will accept patches
to make the code that already exists conform more to SUS or POSIX, but
I don't really care if your not-SUS OS doesn't work. It is simply too
much work to maintain patches for dysfunctional OSs. I highly suggest you
contact your vendor and express intrest in a conforming C library.
contact your vendor and express interest in a conforming C library.

That said, there are lots of finicky problems that must be dealt with even
between the supported OS's. Primarily the path I choose to take is to put


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README.ddtp View File

@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ is md5("XXX\n YYY\n .\n ZZZ\n") (perl-syntax).
A future APT version will download one or some 'Translate-$lang'
file(s) at 'update'-time. After this download it show a translated
description instead of the english form, if it found a translated
description of the package with the right md5 chechsum. The enviroment
description of the package with the right md5 chechsum. The environment
of the user will controlled this process (LANG, LANGUAGE, LC_MESSAGES,
etc). With this the package system will never show a outdated
translation.
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ translation.
The translations come all from the DDTP. A daily process on
ddtp.debian.org make new 'Translated-$lang' files and a script on
ftp-master request this files and move this to the debian archive.
Now the first files are accessable at
Now the first files are accessible at
<a href="http://ddtp.debian.org/pdesc/translatefiles/">http://ddtp.debian.org/pdesc/translatefiles/</a>

If you found wrong translations, please read the guides on


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README.make View File

@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ of these parameters will have an immediate effect. The use of makefile.in
and configure substitutions across build makefiles is not used at all.

Furthermore, the make system runs with a current directory equal to the
source directory irregardless of the destination directory. This means
source directory regardless of the destination directory. This means
#include "" and #include <> work as expected and more importantly
running 'make' in the source directory will work as expected. The
environment variable or make parameter 'BUILD' sets the build directory.


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- 1
README.progress-reporting View File

@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ Install-progress reporting
--------------------------

If the apt options: "APT::Status-Fd" is set, apt will send status
reports to that fd. The status information is seperated with a ':',
reports to that fd. The status information is separated with a ':',
there are the following status conditions:

status = {"pmstatus", "dlstatus", "conffile-prompt", "error", "media-change" }


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- 1
apt-inst/contrib/arfile.cc View File

@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
AR File - Handle an 'AR' archive
AR Archives have plain text headers at the start of each file
section. The headers are aligned on a 2 byte boundry.
section. The headers are aligned on a 2 byte boundary.
Information about the structure of AR files can be found in ar(5)
on a BSD system, or in the binutils source.


+ 1
- 1
apt-inst/contrib/extracttar.cc View File

@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
Extract a Tar - Tar Extractor

Some performance measurements showed that zlib performed quite poorly
in comparision to a forked gzip process. This tar extractor makes use
in comparison to a forked gzip process. This tar extractor makes use
of the fact that dup'd file descriptors have the same seek pointer
and that gzip will not read past the end of a compressed stream,
even if there is more data. We use the dup property to track extraction


+ 2
- 2
apt-inst/extract.cc View File

@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
object is unpacked to '.dpkg.new' then the original is hardlinked to
'.dpkg.tmp' and finally the new object is renamed to overwrite the old
one. From an external perspective the file never ceased to exist.
After the archive has been sucessfully unpacked the .dpkg.tmp files
After the archive has been successfully unpacked the .dpkg.tmp files
are erased. A failure causes all the .dpkg.tmp files to be restored.
Decisions about unpacking go like this:
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
[Note, this is reduced to only check if a file was expected to be
there]
- If the existing link/file is not a directory then it is replaced
irregardless
regardless
- If the existing link/directory is being replaced by a directory then
absolutely nothing happens.
- If the existing link/directory is being replaced by a link then


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- 2
apt-inst/filelist.cc View File

@@ -5,14 +5,14 @@

File Listing - Manages a Cache of File -> Package names.

Diversions add some signficant complexity to the system. To keep
Diversions add some significant complexity to the system. To keep
storage space down in the very special case of a diverted file no
extra bytes are allocated in the Node structure. Instead a diversion
is inserted directly into the hash table and its flag bit set. Every
lookup for that filename will always return the diversion.
The hash buckets are stored in sorted form, with diversions having
the higest sort order. Identical files are assigned the same file
the highest sort order. Identical files are assigned the same file
pointer, thus after a search all of the nodes owning that file can be
found by iterating down the bucket.


+ 10
- 10
apt-pkg/acquire-item.cc View File

@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ void pkgAcquire::Item::Done(string Message,unsigned long long Size,string Hash,
/*}}}*/
// Acquire::Item::Rename - Rename a file /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This helper function is used by alot of item methods as thier final
/* This helper function is used by a lot of item methods as their final
step */
void pkgAcquire::Item::Rename(string From,string To)
{
@@ -299,7 +299,7 @@ void pkgAcqSubIndex::Done(string Message,unsigned long long Size,string Md5Hash,
return;
}

// sucess in downloading the index
// success in downloading the index
// rename the index
if(Debug)
std::clog << "Renaming: " << DestFile << " -> " << FinalFile << std::endl;
@@ -327,7 +327,7 @@ bool pkgAcqSubIndex::ParseIndex(string const &IndexFile) /*{{{*/
/*}}}*/
// AcqDiffIndex::AcqDiffIndex - Constructor /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* Get the DiffIndex file first and see if there are patches availabe
/* Get the DiffIndex file first and see if there are patches available
* If so, create a pkgAcqIndexDiffs fetcher that will get and apply the
* patches. If anything goes wrong in that process, it will fall back to
* the original packages file
@@ -548,7 +548,7 @@ void pkgAcqDiffIndex::Failed(string Message,pkgAcquire::MethodConfig *Cnf) /*{{{
{
if(Debug)
std::clog << "pkgAcqDiffIndex failed: " << Desc.URI << std::endl
<< "Falling back to normal index file aquire" << std::endl;
<< "Falling back to normal index file acquire" << std::endl;

new pkgAcqIndex(Owner, RealURI, Description, Desc.ShortDesc,
ExpectedHash);
@@ -569,7 +569,7 @@ void pkgAcqDiffIndex::Done(string Message,unsigned long long Size,string Md5Hash
string FinalFile;
FinalFile = _config->FindDir("Dir::State::lists")+URItoFileName(RealURI);

// sucess in downloading the index
// success in downloading the index
// rename the index
FinalFile += string(".IndexDiff");
if(Debug)
@@ -628,7 +628,7 @@ void pkgAcqIndexDiffs::Failed(string Message,pkgAcquire::MethodConfig *Cnf) /*{{
{
if(Debug)
std::clog << "pkgAcqIndexDiffs failed: " << Desc.URI << std::endl
<< "Falling back to normal index file aquire" << std::endl;
<< "Falling back to normal index file acquire" << std::endl;
new pkgAcqIndex(Owner, RealURI, Description,Desc.ShortDesc,
ExpectedHash);
Finish();
@@ -733,7 +733,7 @@ void pkgAcqIndexDiffs::Done(string Message,unsigned long long Size,string Md5Has
string FinalFile;
FinalFile = _config->FindDir("Dir::State::lists")+URItoFileName(RealURI);

// sucess in downloading a diff, enter ApplyDiff state
// success in downloading a diff, enter ApplyDiff state
if(State == StateFetchDiff)
{

@@ -825,7 +825,7 @@ void pkgAcqIndexMergeDiffs::Failed(string Message,pkgAcquire::MethodConfig *Cnf)

// first failure means we should fallback
State = StateErrorDiff;
std::clog << "Falling back to normal index file aquire" << std::endl;
std::clog << "Falling back to normal index file acquire" << std::endl;
new pkgAcqIndex(Owner, RealURI, Description,Desc.ShortDesc,
ExpectedHash);
}
@@ -1240,7 +1240,7 @@ pkgAcqMetaSig::pkgAcqMetaSig(pkgAcquire *Owner, /*{{{*/
if (RealFileExists(Final) == true)
{
// File was already in place. It needs to be re-downloaded/verified
// because Release might have changed, we do give it a differnt
// because Release might have changed, we do give it a different
// name than DestFile because otherwise the http method will
// send If-Range requests and there are too many broken servers
// out there that do not understand them
@@ -2021,7 +2021,7 @@ bool pkgAcqArchive::QueueNext()
return true;
}
/* Hmm, we have a file and its size does not match, this shouldnt
/* Hmm, we have a file and its size does not match, this shouldn't
happen.. */
unlink(FinalFile.c_str());
}


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apt-pkg/acquire-worker.cc View File

@@ -568,7 +568,7 @@ bool pkgAcquire::Worker::InFdReady()
/*}}}*/
// Worker::MethodFailure - Called when the method fails /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This is called when the method is belived to have failed, probably because
/* This is called when the method is believed to have failed, probably because
read returned -1. */
bool pkgAcquire::Worker::MethodFailure()
{


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apt-pkg/acquire.cc View File

@@ -5,9 +5,9 @@

Acquire - File Acquiration

The core element for the schedual system is the concept of a named
The core element for the schedule system is the concept of a named
queue. Each queue is unique and each queue has a name derived from the
URI. The degree of paralization can be controled by how the queue
URI. The degree of paralization can be controlled by how the queue
name is derived from the URI.
##################################################################### */
@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@ void pkgAcquire::Add(Worker *Work)
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* A worker has died. This can not be done while the select loop is running
as it would require that RunFds could handling a changing list state and
it cant.. */
it can't.. */
void pkgAcquire::Remove(Worker *Work)
{
if (Running == true)


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apt-pkg/algorithms.cc View File

@@ -424,7 +424,7 @@ void pkgProblemResolver::MakeScores()
/* This is arbitrary, it should be high enough to elevate an
essantial package above most other packages but low enough
to allow an obsolete essential packages to be removed by
a conflicts on a powerfull normal package (ie libc6) */
a conflicts on a powerful normal package (ie libc6) */
if ((I->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Essential) == pkgCache::Flag::Essential
|| (I->Flags & pkgCache::Flag::Important) == pkgCache::Flag::Important)
Score += PrioEssentials;
@@ -441,7 +441,7 @@ void pkgProblemResolver::MakeScores()
Score += PrioInstalledAndNotObsolete;
}

// Now that we have the base scores we go and propogate dependencies
// Now that we have the base scores we go and propagate dependencies
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; ++I)
{
if (Cache[I].InstallVer == 0)
@@ -485,7 +485,7 @@ void pkgProblemResolver::MakeScores()
}
}

/* Now we propogate along provides. This makes the packages that
/* Now we propagate along provides. This makes the packages that
provide important packages extremely important */
for (pkgCache::PkgIterator I = Cache.PkgBegin(); I.end() == false; ++I)
{
@@ -640,7 +640,7 @@ bool pkgProblemResolver::Resolve(bool BrokenFix)
adjusting the package will inflict.
It goes from highest score to lowest and corrects all of the breaks by
keeping or removing the dependant packages. If that fails then it removes
keeping or removing the dependent packages. If that fails then it removes
the package itself and goes on. The routine should be able to intelligently
go from any broken state to a fixed state.
@@ -830,7 +830,7 @@ bool pkgProblemResolver::ResolveInternal(bool const BrokenFix)

/* Look across the version list. If there are no possible
targets then we keep the package and bail. This is necessary
if a package has a dep on another package that cant be found */
if a package has a dep on another package that can't be found */
SPtrArray<pkgCache::Version *> VList = Start.AllTargets();
if (*VList == 0 && (Flags[I->ID] & Protected) != Protected &&
Start.IsNegative() == false &&
@@ -1183,7 +1183,7 @@ bool pkgProblemResolver::ResolveByKeepInternal()
continue;

/* Keep the package. If this works then great, otherwise we have
to be significantly more agressive and manipulate its dependencies */
to be significantly more aggressive and manipulate its dependencies */
if ((Flags[I->ID] & Protected) == 0)
{
if (Debug == true)


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apt-pkg/algorithms.h View File

@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
see all of the effects of an upgrade run.

pkgDistUpgrade computes an upgrade that causes as many packages as
possible to move to the newest verison.
possible to move to the newest version.
pkgApplyStatus sets the target state based on the content of the status
field in the status file. It is important to get proper crash recovery.
@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ using std::ostream;
#endif

#ifndef APT_9_CLEANER_HEADERS
// include pkg{DistUpgrade,AllUpgrade,MiniizeUpgrade} here for compatiblity
// include pkg{DistUpgrade,AllUpgrade,MiniizeUpgrade} here for compatibility
#include <apt-pkg/upgrade.h>
#include <apt-pkg/update.h>
#endif


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apt-pkg/aptconfiguration.cc View File

@@ -27,9 +27,9 @@
#include <vector>
/*}}}*/
namespace APT {
// getCompressionTypes - Return Vector of usbale compressiontypes /*{{{*/
// getCompressionTypes - Return Vector of usable compressiontypes /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* return a vector of compression types in the prefered order. */
/* return a vector of compression types in the preferred order. */
std::vector<std::string>
const Configuration::getCompressionTypes(bool const &Cached) {
static std::vector<std::string> types;
@@ -109,7 +109,7 @@ const Configuration::getCompressionTypes(bool const &Cached) {
/*}}}*/
// GetLanguages - Return Vector of Language Codes /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* return a vector of language codes in the prefered order.
/* return a vector of language codes in the preferred order.
the special word "environment" will be replaced with the long and the short
code of the local settings and it will be insured that this will not add
duplicates. So in an german local the setting "environment, de_DE, en, de"
@@ -330,7 +330,7 @@ bool const Configuration::checkLanguage(std::string Lang, bool const All) {
return (std::find(langs.begin(), langs.end(), Lang) != langs.end());
}
/*}}}*/
// getArchitectures - Return Vector of prefered Architectures /*{{{*/
// getArchitectures - Return Vector of preferred Architectures /*{{{*/
std::vector<std::string> const Configuration::getArchitectures(bool const &Cached) {
using std::string;



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apt-pkg/aptconfiguration.h View File

@@ -37,14 +37,14 @@ public: /*{{{*/
* \param Cached saves the result so we need to calculated it only once
* this parameter should ony be used for testing purposes.
*
* \return a vector of the compression types in the prefered usage order
* \return a vector of the compression types in the preferred usage order
*/
std::vector<std::string> static const getCompressionTypes(bool const &Cached = true);

/** \brief Returns a vector of Language Codes
*
* Languages can be defined with their two or five chars long code.
* This methods handles the various ways to set the prefered codes,
* This methods handles the various ways to set the preferred codes,
* honors the environment and ensures that the codes are not listed twice.
*
* The special word "environment" will be replaced with the long and the short
@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ public: /*{{{*/
* duplicates. So in an german local the setting "environment, de_DE, en, de"
* will result in "de_DE, de, en".
*
* Another special word is "none" which separates the prefered from all codes
* Another special word is "none" which separates the preferred from all codes
* in this setting. So setting and method can be used to get codes the user want
* to see or to get all language codes APT (should) have Translations available.
*
@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ public: /*{{{*/
* \param Locale don't get the locale from the system but use this one instead
* this parameter should ony be used for testing purposes.
*
* \return a vector of (all) Language Codes in the prefered usage order
* \return a vector of (all) Language Codes in the preferred usage order
*/
std::vector<std::string> static const getLanguages(bool const &All = false,
bool const &Cached = true, char const ** const Locale = 0);
@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ public: /*{{{*/
* \param Cached saves the result so we need to calculated it only once
* this parameter should ony be used for testing purposes.
*
* \return a vector of Architectures in prefered order
* \return a vector of Architectures in preferred order
*/
std::vector<std::string> static const getArchitectures(bool const &Cached = true);



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- 3
apt-pkg/cacheiterators.h View File

@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ template<typename Str, typename Itr> class pkgCache::Iterator :
* The implementation of this method should be pretty short
* as it will only return the Pointer into the mmap stored
* in the owner but the name of this pointer is different for
* each stucture and we want to abstract here at least for the
* each structure and we want to abstract here at least for the
* basic methods from the actual structure.
* \return Pointer to the first structure of this type
*/
@@ -198,7 +198,7 @@ class pkgCache::VerIterator : public Iterator<Version, VerIterator> {
/** \brief compares two version and returns if they are similar

This method should be used to identify if two pseudo versions are
refering to the same "real" version */
referring to the same "real" version */
inline bool SimilarVer(const VerIterator &B) const {
return (B.end() == false && S->Hash == B->Hash && strcmp(VerStr(), B.VerStr()) == 0);
};
@@ -419,7 +419,7 @@ class pkgCache::DescFileIterator : public Iterator<DescFile, DescFileIterator> {
inline DescFileIterator(pkgCache &Owner,DescFile *Trg) : Iterator<DescFile, DescFileIterator>(Owner, Trg) {};
};
/*}}}*/
// Inlined Begin functions cant be in the class because of order problems /*{{{*/
// Inlined Begin functions can't be in the class because of order problems /*{{{*/
inline pkgCache::PkgIterator pkgCache::GrpIterator::PackageList() const
{return PkgIterator(*Owner,Owner->PkgP + S->FirstPackage);};
inline pkgCache::VerIterator pkgCache::PkgIterator::VersionList() const


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/cdrom.h View File

@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ struct CdromDevice /*{{{*/
class pkgUdevCdromDevices /*{{{*/
{
protected:
// libudev dlopen stucture
// libudev dlopen structure
void *libudev_handle;
struct udev* (*udev_new)(void);
int (*udev_enumerate_add_match_property)(struct udev_enumerate *udev_enumerate, const char *property, const char *value);


+ 1
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apt-pkg/clean.cc View File

@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ bool pkgArchiveCleaner::Go(std::string Dir,pkgCache &Cache)
break;
}
// See if this verison matches the file
// See if this version matches the file
if (IsFetchable == true && Ver == V.VerStr())
break;
}


+ 2
- 2
apt-pkg/contrib/cdromutl.cc View File

@@ -47,8 +47,8 @@ bool IsMounted(string &Path)
if (Path[Path.length() - 1] != '/')
Path += '/';
/* First we check if the path is actualy mounted, we do this by
stating the path and the previous directory (carefull of links!)
/* First we check if the path is actually mounted, we do this by
stating the path and the previous directory (careful of links!)
and comparing their device fields. */
struct stat Buf,Buf2;
if (stat(Path.c_str(),&Buf) != 0 ||


+ 1
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apt-pkg/contrib/cmndline.cc View File

@@ -293,7 +293,7 @@ bool CommandLine::HandleOpt(int &I,int argc,const char *argv[],
// Look for an argument.
while (1)
{
// Look at preceeding text
// Look at preceding text
char Buffer[300];
if (Argument == 0)
{


+ 1
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apt-pkg/contrib/crc-16.cc View File

@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
Al Longyear <longyear@netcom.com>
Modified by Jason Gunthorpe <jgg@debian.org> to fit the local coding
style, this code is belived to be in the Public Domain.
style, this code is believed to be in the Public Domain.
##################################################################### */
/*}}}*/


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- 1
apt-pkg/contrib/error.h View File

@@ -229,7 +229,7 @@ public: /*{{{*/
/** \brief is the list empty?
*
* The default checks if the list is empty or contains only notices,
* if you want to check if also no notices happend set the parameter
* if you want to check if also no notices happened set the parameter
* flag to \b false.
*
* \param WithoutNotice does notices count, default is \b true, so no


+ 3
- 3
apt-pkg/contrib/fileutl.cc View File

@@ -222,7 +222,7 @@ int GetLock(string File,bool Errors)
int FD = open(File.c_str(),O_RDWR | O_CREAT | O_NOFOLLOW,0640);
if (FD < 0)
{
// Read only .. cant have locking problems there.
// Read only .. can't have locking problems there.
if (errno == EROFS)
{
_error->Warning(_("Not using locking for read only lock file %s"),File.c_str());
@@ -238,7 +238,7 @@ int GetLock(string File,bool Errors)
}
SetCloseExec(FD,true);
// Aquire a write lock
// Acquire a write lock
struct flock fl;
fl.l_type = F_WRLCK;
fl.l_whence = SEEK_SET;
@@ -1256,7 +1256,7 @@ FileFd::~FileFd()
/*}}}*/
// FileFd::Read - Read a bit of the file /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* We are carefull to handle interruption by a signal while reading
/* We are careful to handle interruption by a signal while reading
gracefully. */
bool FileFd::Read(void *To,unsigned long long Size,unsigned long long *Actual)
{


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/contrib/gpgv.h View File

@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@
* for reading. Use #OpenMaybeClearSignedFile to access the message
* instead to ensure you are only reading signed data.
*
* The method does not return, but has some noteable exit-codes:
* The method does not return, but has some notable exit-codes:
* 111 signals an internal error like the inability to execute gpgv,
* 112 indicates a clear-signed file which doesn't include a message,
* which can happen if APT is run while on a network requiring


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/contrib/macros.h View File

@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@
#define _boundv(a,b,c) b = _bound(a,b,c)
#define ABS(a) (((a) < (0)) ?-(a) : (a))

/* Usefull count macro, use on an array of things and it will return the
/* Useful count macro, use on an array of things and it will return the
number of items in the array */
#define _count(a) (sizeof(a)/sizeof(a[0]))



+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/contrib/md5.h View File

@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
store a MD5Sum in 16 bytes of memory.
A MD5Sum is used to generate a (hopefully) unique 16 byte number for a
block of data. This can be used to gaurd against corruption of a file.
block of data. This can be used to guard against corruption of a file.
MD5 should not be used for tamper protection, use SHA or something more
secure.


+ 2
- 2
apt-pkg/contrib/mmap.h View File

@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
MMap Class - Provides 'real' mmap or a faked mmap using read().

The purpose of this code is to provide a generic way for clients to
access the mmap function. In enviroments that do not support mmap
access the mmap function. In environments that do not support mmap
from file fd's this function will use read and normal allocated
memory.
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@

The DynamicMMap class is used to help the on-disk data structure
generators. It provides a large allocated workspace and members
to allocate space from the workspace in an effecient fashion.
to allocate space from the workspace in an efficient fashion.
This source is placed in the Public Domain, do with it what you will
It was originally written by Jason Gunthorpe.


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/contrib/progress.h View File

@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
This class allows lengthy operations to communicate their progress
to the GUI. The progress model is simple and is not designed to handle
the complex case of the multi-activity aquire class.
the complex case of the multi-activity acquire class.
The model is based on the concept of an overall operation consisting
of a series of small sub operations. Each sub operation has it's own


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/contrib/sha2_internal.cc View File

@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@
* Please make sure that your system defines BYTE_ORDER. If your
* architecture is little-endian, make sure it also defines
* LITTLE_ENDIAN and that the two (BYTE_ORDER and LITTLE_ENDIAN) are
* equivilent.
* equivalent.
*
* If your system does not define the above, then you can do so by
* hand like this:


+ 5
- 5
apt-pkg/contrib/strutl.cc View File

@@ -426,7 +426,7 @@ string TimeToStr(unsigned long Sec)
/*}}}*/
// SubstVar - Substitute a string for another string /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This replaces all occurances of Subst with Contents in Str. */
/* This replaces all occurrences of Subst with Contents in Str. */
string SubstVar(const string &Str,const string &Subst,const string &Contents)
{
string::size_type Pos = 0;
@@ -926,7 +926,7 @@ bool FTPMDTMStrToTime(const char* const str,time_t &time)
/*}}}*/
// StrToTime - Converts a string into a time_t /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This handles all 3 populare time formats including RFC 1123, RFC 1036
/* This handles all 3 popular time formats including RFC 1123, RFC 1036
and the C library asctime format. It requires the GNU library function
'timegm' to convert a struct tm in UTC to a time_t. For some bizzar
reason the C library does not provide any such function :< This also
@@ -1313,7 +1313,7 @@ string StripEpoch(const string &VerStr)
// tolower_ascii - tolower() function that ignores the locale /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This little function is the most called method we have and tries
therefore to do the absolut minimum - and is noteable faster than
therefore to do the absolut minimum - and is notable faster than
standard tolower/toupper and as a bonus avoids problems with different
locales - we only operate on ascii chars anyway. */
int tolower_ascii(int const c)
@@ -1324,9 +1324,9 @@ int tolower_ascii(int const c)
}
/*}}}*/

// CheckDomainList - See if Host is in a , seperate list /*{{{*/
// CheckDomainList - See if Host is in a , separate list /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* The domain list is a comma seperate list of domains that are suffix
/* The domain list is a comma separate list of domains that are suffix
matched against the argument */
bool CheckDomainList(const string &Host,const string &List)
{


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/deb/deblistparser.cc View File

@@ -758,7 +758,7 @@ bool debListParser::GrabWord(string Word,WordList *List,unsigned char &Out)
/*}}}*/
// ListParser::Step - Move to the next section in the file /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This has to be carefull to only process the correct architecture */
/* This has to be careful to only process the correct architecture */
bool debListParser::Step()
{
iOffset = Tags.Offset();


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/deb/debsystem.cc View File

@@ -193,7 +193,7 @@ bool debSystem::Initialize(Configuration &Cnf)
/*}}}*/
// System::ArchiveSupported - Is a file format supported /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* The standard name for a deb is 'deb'.. There are no seperate versions
/* The standard name for a deb is 'deb'.. There are no separate versions
of .deb to worry about.. */
bool debSystem::ArchiveSupported(const char *Type)
{


+ 2
- 2
apt-pkg/deb/debversion.cc View File

@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ int debVersioningSystem::CmpFragment(const char *A,const char *AEnd,
return 1;
}

// Shouldnt happen
// Shouldn't happen
return 1;
}
/*}}}*/
@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ bool debVersioningSystem::CheckDep(const char *PkgVer,
if (PkgVer == DepVer)
return Op == pkgCache::Dep::Equals || Op == pkgCache::Dep::LessEq || Op == pkgCache::Dep::GreaterEq;

// Perform the actual comparision.
// Perform the actual comparison.
int const Res = CmpVersion(PkgVer, DepVer);
switch (Op)
{


+ 3
- 3
apt-pkg/depcache.cc View File

@@ -789,7 +789,7 @@ bool pkgDepCache::MarkKeep(PkgIterator const &Pkg, bool Soft, bool FromUser,
// - this makes sense as default when all Garbage dependencies
// are automatically marked for removal (as aptitude does).
// setting a package for keep then makes it no longer autoinstalled
// for all other use-case this action is rather suprising
// for all other use-case this action is rather surprising
if(FromUser && !P.Marked)
P.Flags &= ~Flag::Auto;
#endif
@@ -1195,7 +1195,7 @@ bool pkgDepCache::MarkInstall(PkgIterator const &Pkg,bool AutoInst,
}
}

/* This bit is for processing the possibilty of an install/upgrade
/* This bit is for processing the possibility of an install/upgrade
fixing the problem for "positive" dependencies */
if (Start.IsNegative() == false && (DepState[Start->ID] & DepCVer) == DepCVer)
{
@@ -1315,7 +1315,7 @@ bool pkgDepCache::IsInstallOkMultiArchSameVersionSynced(PkgIterator const &Pkg,
// (simple string-compare as stuff like '1' == '0:1-0' can't happen here)
if (P->CurrentVer == 0 || strcmp(Pkg.CandVersion(), P.CandVersion()) == 0)
continue;
// packages loosing M-A:same can be out-of-sync
// packages losing M-A:same can be out-of-sync
VerIterator CV = PkgState[P->ID].CandidateVerIter(*this);
if (unlikely(CV.end() == true) ||
(CV->MultiArch & pkgCache::Version::Same) != pkgCache::Version::Same)


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/depcache.h View File

@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
This structure is important to support the readonly status of the cache
file. When the data is saved the cache will be refereshed from our
internal rep and written to disk. Then the actual persistant data
internal rep and written to disk. Then the actual persistent data
files will be put on the disk.

Each dependency is compared against 3 target versions to produce to


+ 3
- 3
apt-pkg/edsp.h View File

@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
/** Description \file edsp.h {{{
######################################################################
Set of methods to help writing and reading everything needed for EDSP
with the noteable exception of reading a scenario for conversion into
with the notable exception of reading a scenario for conversion into
a Cache as this is handled by edsp interface for listparser and friends
##################################################################### */
/*}}}*/
@@ -182,13 +182,13 @@ public:
* they were unable to calculate a solution for a given task.
* Obviously they can't send a solution through, so this
* methods deals with formatting an error message correctly
* so that the front-ends can recieve and display it.
* so that the front-ends can receive and display it.
*
* The first line of the message should be a short description
* of the error so it can be used for dialog titles or alike
*
* \param uuid of this error message
* \param message is free form text to discribe the error
* \param message is free form text to describe the error
* \param output the front-end listens for error messages
*/
bool static WriteError(char const * const uuid, std::string const &message, FILE* output);


+ 2
- 2
apt-pkg/indexfile.h View File

@@ -10,12 +10,12 @@
Binary index files
Binary translation files
Bianry index files decribing the local system
Binary index files describing the local system
Source index files
They are all bundled together here, and the interfaces for
sources.list, acquire, cache gen and record parsing all use this class
to acess the underlying representation.
to access the underlying representation.
##################################################################### */
/*}}}*/


+ 4
- 4
apt-pkg/orderlist.cc View File

@@ -566,10 +566,10 @@ bool pkgOrderList::VisitProvides(DepIterator D,bool Critical)
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This is the core ordering routine. It calls the set dependency
consideration functions which then potentialy call this again. Finite
depth is achived through the colouring mechinism. */
depth is achieved through the colouring mechinism. */
bool pkgOrderList::VisitNode(PkgIterator Pkg, char const* from)
{
// Looping or irrelevent.
// Looping or irrelevant.
// This should probably trancend not installed packages
if (Pkg.end() == true || IsFlag(Pkg,Added) == true ||
IsFlag(Pkg,AddPending) == true || IsFlag(Pkg,InList) == false)
@@ -824,7 +824,7 @@ bool pkgOrderList::DepUnPackPre(DepIterator D)
The forwards depends loop is designed to bring the packages dependents
close to the package. This helps reduce deconfigure time.
Loops are irrelevent to this. */
Loops are irrelevant to this. */
bool pkgOrderList::DepUnPackDep(DepIterator D)
{
@@ -840,7 +840,7 @@ bool pkgOrderList::DepUnPackDep(DepIterator D)
D.ParentPkg().CurrentVer() != D.ParentVer())
continue;

// The dep will not break so it is irrelevent.
// The dep will not break so it is irrelevant.
if (CheckDep(D) == true)
continue;


+ 8
- 8
apt-pkg/packagemanager.cc View File

@@ -215,7 +215,7 @@ bool pkgPackageManager::CreateOrderList()
return true;
}
/*}}}*/
// PM::DepAlwaysTrue - Returns true if this dep is irrelevent /*{{{*/
// PM::DepAlwaysTrue - Returns true if this dep is irrelevant /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* The restriction on provides is to eliminate the case when provides
are transitioning between valid states [ie exim to smail] */
@@ -243,11 +243,11 @@ bool pkgPackageManager::CheckRConflicts(PkgIterator Pkg,DepIterator D,
D->Type != pkgCache::Dep::Obsoletes)
continue;

// The package hasnt been changed
// The package hasn't been changed
if (List->IsNow(Pkg) == false)
continue;
// Ignore self conflicts, ignore conflicts from irrelevent versions
// Ignore self conflicts, ignore conflicts from irrelevant versions
if (D.IsIgnorable(Pkg) || D.ParentVer() != D.ParentPkg().CurrentVer())
continue;
@@ -314,7 +314,7 @@ bool pkgPackageManager::ConfigureAll()
Note on failure: This method can fail, without causing any problems.
This can happen when using Immediate-Configure-All, SmartUnPack may call
SmartConfigure, it may fail because of a complex dependancy situation, but
SmartConfigure, it may fail because of a complex dependency situation, but
a error will only be reported if ConfigureAll fails. This is why some of the
messages this function reports on failure (return false;) as just warnings
only shown when debuging*/
@@ -596,7 +596,7 @@ bool pkgPackageManager::SmartRemove(PkgIterator Pkg)
/*}}}*/
// PM::SmartUnPack - Install helper /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This puts the system in a state where it can Unpack Pkg, if Pkg is allready
/* This puts the system in a state where it can Unpack Pkg, if Pkg is already
unpacked, or when it has been unpacked, if Immediate==true it configures it. */
bool pkgPackageManager::SmartUnPack(PkgIterator Pkg)
{
@@ -623,7 +623,7 @@ bool pkgPackageManager::SmartUnPack(PkgIterator Pkg, bool const Immediate, int c
/* PreUnpack Checks: This loop checks and attempts to rectify and problems that would prevent the package being unpacked.
It addresses: PreDepends, Conflicts, Obsoletes and Breaks (DpkgBreaks). Any resolutions that do not require it should
avoid configuration (calling SmartUnpack with Immediate=true), this is because when unpacking some packages with
complex dependancy structures, trying to configure some packages while breaking the loops can complicate things .
complex dependency structures, trying to configure some packages while breaking the loops can complicate things .
This will be either dealt with if the package is configured as a dependency of Pkg (if and when Pkg is configured),
or by the ConfigureAll call at the end of the for loop in OrderInstall. */
bool Changed = false;
@@ -790,7 +790,7 @@ bool pkgPackageManager::SmartUnPack(PkgIterator Pkg, bool const Immediate, int c
{
if (List->IsFlag(BrokenPkg,pkgOrderList::Loop) && PkgLoop)
{
// This dependancy has already been dealt with by another SmartUnPack on Pkg
// This dependency has already been dealt with by another SmartUnPack on Pkg
break;
}
else
@@ -1003,7 +1003,7 @@ pkgPackageManager::OrderResult pkgPackageManager::OrderInstall()
DoneSomething = true;
if (ImmConfigureAll) {
/* ConfigureAll here to pick up and packages left unconfigured becuase they were unpacked in the
/* ConfigureAll here to pick up and packages left unconfigured because they were unpacked in the
"PreUnpack Checks" section */
if (!ConfigureAll())
return Failed;


+ 2
- 2
apt-pkg/pkgcache.cc View File

@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
Please see doc/apt-pkg/cache.sgml for a more detailed description of
this format. Also be sure to keep that file up-to-date!!
This is the general utility functions for cache managment. They provide
This is the general utility functions for cache management. They provide
a complete set of accessor functions for the cache. The cacheiterators
header contains the STL-like iterators that can be used to easially
navigate the cache as well as seemlessly dereference the mmap'd
@@ -499,7 +499,7 @@ pkgCache::PkgIterator::CurVersion() const
// ostream operator to handle string representation of a package /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* Output name < cur.rent.version -> candid.ate.version | new.est.version > (section)
Note that the characters <|>() are all literal above. Versions will be ommited
Note that the characters <|>() are all literal above. Versions will be omitted
if they provide no new information (e.g. there is no newer version than candidate)
If no version and/or section can be found "none" is used. */
std::ostream&


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/pkgcache.h View File

@@ -354,7 +354,7 @@ struct pkgCache::Group
the hash index of the name in the pkgCache::Header::PkgHashTable

A package can be created for every architecture so package names are
not unique, but it is garanteed that packages with the same name
not unique, but it is guaranteed that packages with the same name
are sequencel ordered in the list. Packages with the same name can be
accessed with the Group.
*/


+ 2
- 2
apt-pkg/pkgsystem.h View File

@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
Instances of this class can be thought of as factories or meta-classes
for a variety of more specialized classes. Together this class and
it's speciallized offspring completely define the environment and how
it's specialized offspring completely define the environment and how
to access resources for a specific system. There are several sub
areas that are all orthogonal - each system has a unique combination of
these sub areas:
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
- Selection of local 'status' indexes that make up the pkgCache.
It is important to note that the handling of index files is not a
function of the system. Index files are handled through a seperate
function of the system. Index files are handled through a separate
abstraction - the only requirement is that the index files have the
same idea of versioning as the target system.


+ 1
- 1
apt-pkg/upgrade.cc View File

@@ -225,7 +225,7 @@ bool pkgMinimizeUpgrade(pkgDepCache &Cache)
Cache.MarkInstall(I, false, 0, false);
else
{
// If keep didnt actually do anything then there was no change..
// If keep didn't actually do anything then there was no change..
if (Cache[I].Upgrade() == false)
Change = true;
}


+ 1
- 1
buildlib/fail.mak View File

@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@

# Input
# $(MESSAGE) - The message to show
# $(PROGRAM) - The program/libary/whatever.
# $(PROGRAM) - The program/library/whatever.

# See defaults.mak for information about LOCAL



+ 1
- 1
buildlib/program.mak View File

@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
# $(SOURCE) - The source code to use
# $(PROGRAM) - The name of the program
# $(SLIBS) - Shared libs to link against
# $(LIB_MAKES) - Shared libary make files to depend on - to ensure we get
# $(LIB_MAKES) - Shared library make files to depend on - to ensure we get
# remade when the shared library version increases.

# See defaults.mak for information about LOCAL


+ 1
- 1
cmdline/apt-config.cc View File

@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
This program will parse a config file and then do something with it.
Commands:
shell - Shell mode. After this a series of word pairs should occure.
shell - Shell mode. After this a series of word pairs should occur.
The first is the environment var to set and the second is
the key to set it from. Use like:
eval `apt-config shell QMode apt::QMode`


+ 2
- 2
cmdline/apt-get.cc View File

@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
upgrade - Smart-Download the newest versions of all packages
dselect-upgrade - Follows dselect's changes to the Status: field
and installes new and removes old packages
dist-upgrade - Powerfull upgrader designed to handle the issues with
dist-upgrade - Powerful upgrader designed to handle the issues with
a new distribution.
install - Download and install a given package (by name, not by .deb)
check - Update the package cache and check for broken packages
@@ -513,7 +513,7 @@ bool DoDSelectUpgrade(CommandLine &CmdL)
}

/* Resolve any problems that dselect created, allupgrade cannot handle
such things. We do so quite agressively too.. */
such things. We do so quite aggressively too.. */
if (Cache->BrokenCount() != 0)
{
pkgProblemResolver Fix(Cache);


+ 3
- 3
cmdline/apt-internal-solver.cc View File

@@ -160,16 +160,16 @@ int main(int argc,const char *argv[]) /*{{{*/

if (upgrade == true) {
if (pkgAllUpgrade(CacheFile) == false) {
EDSP::WriteError("ERR_UNSOLVABLE_UPGRADE", "An upgrade error occured", output);
EDSP::WriteError("ERR_UNSOLVABLE_UPGRADE", "An upgrade error occurred", output);
return 0;
}
} else if (distUpgrade == true) {
if (pkgDistUpgrade(CacheFile) == false) {
EDSP::WriteError("ERR_UNSOLVABLE_DIST_UPGRADE", "An dist-upgrade error occured", output);
EDSP::WriteError("ERR_UNSOLVABLE_DIST_UPGRADE", "An dist-upgrade error occurred", output);
return 0;
}
} else if (Fix.Resolve() == false) {
EDSP::WriteError("ERR_UNSOLVABLE", "An error occured", output);
EDSP::WriteError("ERR_UNSOLVABLE", "An error occurred", output);
return 0;
}



+ 2
- 2
cmdline/apt-key.in View File

@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ touch $SECRETKEYRING
GPG_CMD="$GPG_CMD --homedir $GPGHOMEDIR"
# create the trustdb with an (empty) dummy keyring
# older gpgs required it, newer gpgs even warn that it isn't needed,
# but require it nontheless for some commands, so we just play safe
# but require it nonetheless for some commands, so we just play safe
# here for the foreseeable future and create a dummy one
$GPG_CMD --quiet --check-trustdb --keyring $SECRETKEYRING >/dev/null 2>&1
# tell gpg that it shouldn't try to maintain a trustdb file
@@ -187,7 +187,7 @@ remove_key_from_keyring() {
echo >&2 "Key ${2} is in keyring ${1}, but can't be removed as it is read only."
return
fi
# check if it is the only key in the keyring and if so remove the keyring alltogether
# check if it is the only key in the keyring and if so remove the keyring altogether
if [ '1' = "$($GPG --with-colons --list-keys | grep "^pub:[^:]*:[^:]*:[^:]*:[0-9A-F]\+:" | wc -l)" ]; then
mv -f "$1" "${1}~" # behave like gpg
return


+ 1
- 1
configure.ac View File

@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ dnl linux architectures and configurations, it is not used to make the
dnl code more portable

dnl You MUST have an environment that has all the POSIX functions and
dnl some of the more populare bsd/sysv ones (like select). You'll also
dnl some of the more popular bsd/sysv ones (like select). You'll also
dnl need a C++ compiler that is semi-standard conformant, exceptions are
dnl not used but STL is.



+ 2
- 2
debian/apt.cron.daily View File

@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
# APT::Archives::MinAge "2"; (old, deprecated)
# APT::Periodic::MinAge "2"; (new)
# - Set minimum age of a package file. If a file is younger it
# will not be deleted (0=disable). Usefull to prevent races
# will not be deleted (0=disable). Useful to prevent races
# and to keep backups of the packages for emergency.
#
# APT::Archives::MaxSize "0"; (old, deprecated)
@@ -384,7 +384,7 @@ fi
now=$(date +%s)

# Support old Archive for compatibility.
# Document only Periodic for all controling parameters of this script.
# Document only Periodic for all controlling parameters of this script.

UpdateInterval=0
eval $(apt-config shell UpdateInterval APT::Periodic::Update-Package-Lists)


+ 4
- 0
debian/changelog View File

@@ -1,6 +1,10 @@
apt (0.9.15.4) UNRELEASED; urgency=low

[ Michael Vogt ]
* remove auto-generated apt-key and sources.list on clean (closes: 739749)
[ Guillem Jover ]
* Fix typos in documentation (codespell)

-- Michael Vogt <mvo@debian.org> Sat, 22 Feb 2014 17:58:08 +0100



+ 4
- 4
doc/Bugs View File

@@ -31,12 +31,12 @@
#27601: srange errors from dselect
Summary: Couldn't locate an archive source
Status: Require status file
Believed to be fixed in 0.1.9, was not reproducable w/ given
Believed to be fixed in 0.1.9, was not reproducible w/ given
status file
#27841: apt: apt depends on a missing library
Status: New versions of APT in slink have been compiled with libstdc++2.9
#23984: apt: support for "no_proxy" would be nice
Status: Planed to be integrated into the new methods via the configuration
Status: Planned to be integrated into the new methods via the configuration
file
Done - Use Acquire::http::proxy::host.com="DIRECT"
#25021: apt: Need some control over multiple connections
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@
Status: Fix the man pages. This certainly will be done in 0.3.0
#24799: Some suggestions for the apt method in dselect
Summary: Wants to be able to specifiy -d from dselect
Status: Likely a APT_OPTIONS enviornment variable will be created, -d can
Status: Likely a APT_OPTIONS environment variable will be created, -d can
be put there.
There is already an APT_CONFIG in 0.3, APT_OPTIONS may also
appear..
@@ -112,7 +112,7 @@
APT now sends a max age header. See the apt.conf(5)
#28172: HTTP Proxy cache refresh should be forced for corrupted packages
Summary: Some problem resulted in a corrupted package
Status: I belive this reflects a deeper problem and the suggested solution
Status: I believe this reflects a deeper problem and the suggested solution
is only a band-aide patch. I intend to close this bug when #24685
is fixed with a configuration directive.
Use -o acquire::http::no-cache=true


+ 1
- 1
doc/design.sgml View File

@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@
that additional functionality in the underlying dpkg would
also be requested.</p>

<p> Diety/dselect are the first introduction that people have to
<p> Deity/dselect are the first introduction that people have to
Debian, and unfortunately this first impression contributes
greatly to the public perception of the distribution. It is
imperative that this be a showcase for Debian, rather than


+ 3
- 3
doc/dpkg-tech.sgml View File

@@ -322,7 +322,7 @@ The main principal of the new-format Debian archive (I won't describe the old
format - for that have a look at deb-old.5), is that the archive really is
an archive - as used by "ar" and friends. However, dpkg-deb uses this format
internally, rather than calling "ar". Inside this archive, there are usually
the folowing members:-
the following members:-

<list>
<item>debian-binary
@@ -349,7 +349,7 @@ supports the following options:-
<item>--build (-b) &lt;dir&gt; - builds a .deb archive, takes a directory which
contains all the files as an argument. Note that the directory
&lt;dir&gt;/DEBIAN will be packed separately into the control archive.
<item>--contents (-c) &lt;debfile&gt; - Lists the contents of ther "data.tar.gz"
<item>--contents (-c) &lt;debfile&gt; - Lists the contents of the "data.tar.gz"
member.
<item>--control (-e) &lt;debfile&gt; - Extracts the control archive into a
directory called DEBIAN. Alternatively, with another argument, it will extract
@@ -450,7 +450,7 @@ cleaned up when dpkg exits cleanly.

<p>
Juding by the use of the updates directory I would call it a Journal. Inorder
to effeciently ensure the complete integrity of the status file dpkg will
to efficiently ensure the complete integrity of the status file dpkg will
"checkpoint" or journal all of it's activities in the updates directory. By
merging the contents of the updates directory (in order!!) against the
original status file it can get the precise current state of the system,


+ 1
- 1
doc/examples/configure-index View File

@@ -142,7 +142,7 @@ APT
// APT::Archives::MinAge "2"; (old, deprecated)
MinAge "2"; // (new)
// - Set minimum age of a package file. If a file is younger it
// will not be deleted (0=disable). Usefull to prevent races
// will not be deleted (0=disable). Useful to prevent races
// and to keep backups of the packages for emergency.

// APT::Archives::MaxSize "0"; (old, deprecated)


+ 1
- 1
doc/files.sgml View File

@@ -201,7 +201,7 @@ from partial into archives/. Any files found in archives/ can be assumed
to be verified.

<p>
No directory structure is transfered from the receiving site and all .deb
No directory structure is transferred from the receiving site and all .deb
file names conform to debian conventions. No short (msdos) filename should
be placed in archives. If the need arises .debs should be unpacked, scanned
and renamed to their correct internal names. This is mostly to prevent


+ 2
- 2
doc/libapt-pkg2_to_3.txt View File

@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ people need to be aware of.. Many of this changes are done so that most old
source will continue to function, but perhaps at reduced functionality.

* pkgDepCache is no longer self initilizing, you have to call the Init
method seperately after constructing it. Users of pkgCacheFile do not
method separately after constructing it. Users of pkgCacheFile do not
need to worry about this
* GetCandidateVer/etc is gone from the pkgCache. It exists only in the
DepCache and is just an inline around the new Policy class
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ source will continue to function, but perhaps at reduced functionality.
(should be transparent largely)
* Locking is handled differently, there is no dpkg lock class, the _system
class provides Lock/UnLock methods
* pkgDepCache is not a subclass of pkgCache, it agregates it now. Some
* pkgDepCache is not a subclass of pkgCache, it aggregates it now. Some
compatibility functions are provided that make this transition fairly
easy.
* The following functions have had minor argument changes:


+ 3
- 3
doc/method.sgml View File

@@ -246,14 +246,14 @@ pre-transfer status for Internet type methods.
Fields: Message

<tag>200 URI Start<item>
Indicates the URI is starting to be transfered. The URI is specified
Indicates the URI is starting to be transferred. The URI is specified
along with stats about the file itself.
Fields: URI, Size, Last-Modified, Resume-Point

<tag>201 URI Done<item>
Indicates that a URI has completed being transfered. It is possible
Indicates that a URI has completed being transferred. It is possible
to specify a <em>201 URI Done</> without a <em>URI Start</> which would
mean no data was transfered but the file is now available. A Filename
mean no data was transferred but the file is now available. A Filename
field is specified when the URI is directly available in the local
pathname space. APT will either directly use that file or copy it into
another location. It is possible to return Alt-* fields to indicate that


+ 4
- 4
doc/style.txt View File

@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ Ver - A version
Indenting, Comments, Etc
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Would make Linus cry :P However it is what I prefer. 3 space indent,
8 space tab all braces on seperate lines, function return on the same line
8 space tab all braces on separate lines, function return on the same line
as the function, cases aligned with their code. The 'indent' options for
this style are:
indent -bl -bli0 -di1 -i3 -nsc -ts8 -npcs -npsl
@@ -60,13 +60,13 @@ almost always designates a change in ownership rules).
* Pass by non-const reference may be used to indicate a OUT type variable
* Pass by pointer (except in the case where the pointer is really an array)
should be used when the object will be retained or ownership will be
transfered. Ownership transference should be rare and noted by a comment.
transferred. Ownership transference should be rare and noted by a comment.
* Standard C things (FILE * etc) should be left as is.
* Return by references should indicate a borrowed object
* Return by pointer (except arrays) should indicate ownership is
transfered. Return by pointer should not be used unless ownership is
transfered.
transferred. Return by pointer should not be used unless ownership is
transferred.
* Return by pointer to variable indicates ownership transfer unless the
pointer is an 'input' parameter (designated generally by an =0,
indicating a default of 'none')


+ 1
- 1
ftparchive/apt-ftparchive.cc View File

@@ -864,7 +864,7 @@ bool Generate(CommandLine &CmdL)
unsigned long MaxContentsChange = Setup.FindI("Default::MaxContentsChange",UINT_MAX)*1024;
for (vector<PackageMap>::iterator I = PkgList.begin(); I != PkgList.end(); ++I)
{
// This record is not relevent
// This record is not relevant
if (I->ContentsDone == true ||
I->Contents.empty() == true)
continue;


+ 1
- 1
methods/file.cc View File

@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@

File URI method for APT
This simply checks that the file specified exists, if so the relevent
This simply checks that the file specified exists, if so the relevant
information is returned. If a .gz filename is specified then the file
name with .gz removed will also be checked and information about it
will be returned in Alt-*


+ 2
- 2
methods/ftp.cc View File

@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
// $Id: ftp.cc,v 1.31.2.1 2004/01/16 18:58:50 mdz Exp $
/* ######################################################################

FTP Aquire Method - This is the FTP aquire method for APT.
FTP Acquire Method - This is the FTP acquire method for APT.

This is a very simple implementation that does not try to optimize
at all. Commands are sent syncronously with the FTP server (as the
@@ -946,7 +946,7 @@ FtpMethod::FtpMethod() : pkgAcqMethod("1.0",SendConfig)
/*}}}*/
// FtpMethod::SigTerm - Handle a fatal signal /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This closes and timestamps the open file. This is neccessary to get
/* This closes and timestamps the open file. This is necessary to get
resume behavoir on user abort */
void FtpMethod::SigTerm(int)
{


+ 1
- 1
methods/ftp.h View File

@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
// $Id: ftp.h,v 1.4 2001/03/06 07:15:29 jgg Exp $
/* ######################################################################

FTP Aquire Method - This is the FTP aquire method for APT.
FTP Acquire Method - This is the FTP acquire method for APT.

##################################################################### */
/*}}}*/


+ 2
- 2
methods/http.cc View File

@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
// $Id: http.cc,v 1.59 2004/05/08 19:42:35 mdz Exp $
/* ######################################################################

HTTP Acquire Method - This is the HTTP aquire method for APT.
HTTP Acquire Method - This is the HTTP acquire method for APT.
It uses HTTP/1.1 and many of the fancy options there-in, such as
pipelining, range, if-range and so on.
@@ -732,7 +732,7 @@ void HttpMethod::SendReq(FetchItem *Itm)
}

// If we ask for uncompressed files servers might respond with content-
// negotation which lets us end up with compressed files we do not support,
// negotiation which lets us end up with compressed files we do not support,
// see 657029, 657560 and co, so if we have no extension on the request
// ask for text only. As a sidenote: If there is nothing to negotate servers
// seem to be nice and ignore it.


+ 1
- 1
methods/http.h View File

@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
// $Id: http.h,v 1.12 2002/04/18 05:09:38 jgg Exp $
/* ######################################################################

HTTP Acquire Method - This is the HTTP aquire method for APT.
HTTP Acquire Method - This is the HTTP acquire method for APT.

##################################################################### */
/*}}}*/


+ 2
- 2
methods/https.cc View File

@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
// $Id: http.cc,v 1.59 2004/05/08 19:42:35 mdz Exp $
/* ######################################################################

HTTPS Acquire Method - This is the HTTPS aquire method for APT.
HTTPS Acquire Method - This is the HTTPS acquire method for APT.
It uses libcurl

@@ -309,7 +309,7 @@ bool HttpsMethod::Fetch(FetchItem *Itm)
curl_easy_setopt(curl, CURLOPT_ERRORBUFFER, curl_errorstr);

// If we ask for uncompressed files servers might respond with content-
// negotation which lets us end up with compressed files we do not support,
// negotiation which lets us end up with compressed files we do not support,
// see 657029, 657560 and co, so if we have no extension on the request
// ask for text only. As a sidenote: If there is nothing to negotate servers
// seem to be nice and ignore it.


+ 1
- 1
methods/https.h View File

@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
// $Id: http.h,v 1.12 2002/04/18 05:09:38 jgg Exp $
/* ######################################################################

HTTP Acquire Method - This is the HTTP aquire method for APT.
HTTP Acquire Method - This is the HTTP acquire method for APT.

##################################################################### */
/*}}}*/


+ 3
- 3
methods/mirror.cc View File

@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
// $Id: mirror.cc,v 1.59 2004/05/08 19:42:35 mdz Exp $
/* ######################################################################

Mirror Aquire Method - This is the Mirror aquire method for APT.
Mirror Acquire Method - This is the Mirror acquire method for APT.
##################################################################### */
/*}}}*/
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ using namespace std;
* of the failure that is also send to LP
*
* TODO:
* - deal with runing as non-root because we can't write to the lists
* - deal with running as non-root because we can't write to the lists
dir then -> use the cached mirror file
* - better method to download than having a pkgAcquire interface here
* and better error handling there!
@@ -290,7 +290,7 @@ bool MirrorMethod::InitMirrors()
// FIXME: make the mirror selection more clever, do not
// just use the first one!
// BUT: we can not make this random, the mirror has to be
// stable accross session, because otherwise we can
// stable across session, because otherwise we can
// get into sync issues (got indexfiles from mirror A,
// but packages from mirror B - one might be out of date etc)
ifstream in(MirrorFile.c_str());


+ 1
- 1
methods/mirror.h View File

@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
// $Id: http.h,v 1.12 2002/04/18 05:09:38 jgg Exp $
/* ######################################################################

MIRROR Aquire Method - This is the MIRROR aquire method for APT.
MIRROR Acquire Method - This is the MIRROR acquire method for APT.

##################################################################### */
/*}}}*/


+ 1
- 1
methods/rfc2553emu.h View File

@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@
#endif

/* If we don't have getaddrinfo then we probably don't have
sockaddr_storage either (same RFC) so we definately will not be
sockaddr_storage either (same RFC) so we definitely will not be
doing any IPv6 stuff. Do not use the members of this structure to
retain portability, cast to a sockaddr. */
#define sockaddr_storage sockaddr_in


+ 1
- 1
methods/rsh.cc View File

@@ -255,7 +255,7 @@ bool RSHConn::WriteMsg(std::string &Text,bool Sync,const char *Fmt,...)
/*}}}*/
// RSHConn::Size - Return the size of the file /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* Right now for successfull transfer the file size must be known in
/* Right now for successful transfer the file size must be known in
advance. */
bool RSHConn::Size(const char *Path,unsigned long long &Size)
{


+ 3
- 3
methods/server.cc View File

@@ -86,7 +86,7 @@ ServerState::RunHeadersResult ServerState::RunHeaders(FileFd * const File)
if (Result == 100)
continue;
// Tidy up the connection persistance state.
// Tidy up the connection persistence state.
if (Encoding == Closes && HaveContent == true)
Persistent = false;
@@ -146,7 +146,7 @@ bool ServerState::HeaderLine(string Line)
return _error->Error(_("The HTTP server sent an invalid reply header"));
}

/* Check the HTTP response header to get the default persistance
/* Check the HTTP response header to get the default persistence
state. */
if (Major < 1)
Persistent = false;
@@ -366,7 +366,7 @@ ServerMethod::DealWithHeaders(FetchResult &Res)
/*}}}*/
// ServerMethod::SigTerm - Handle a fatal signal /*{{{*/
// ---------------------------------------------------------------------
/* This closes and timestamps the open file. This is neccessary to get
/* This closes and timestamps the open file. This is necessary to get
resume behavoir on user abort */
void ServerMethod::SigTerm(int)
{


+ 1
- 1
test/integration/framework View File

@@ -947,7 +947,7 @@ URI: $1
Filename: ${2}
"
# simple worker keeping stdin open until we are done (201) or error (400)
# and requesting new URIs on try-agains/redirects inbetween
# and requesting new URIs on try-agains/redirects in-between
{ tail -n 999 -f "$DOWNLOG" & echo "TAILPID: $!"; } | while read f1 f2; do
if [ "$f1" = 'TAILPID:' ]; then
TAILPID="$f2"


+ 1
- 1
test/integration/test-apt-get-source View File

@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ Need to get 0 B of source archives.
'file://${APTARCHIVE}/foo_1.0.tar.gz' foo_1.0.tar.gz 0 MD5Sum:d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e" aptget source -q --print-uris foo=1.0

# select by release with no binary package (Bug#731102) but ensure to get
# higest version
# highest version
testequal "$HEADER
Selected version '0.1' (wheezy) for foo
Need to get 0 B of source archives.


+ 1
- 1
test/integration/test-bug-617690-allow-unauthenticated-makes-all-untrusted View File

@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ buildsimplenativepackage 'cool' 'i386' '1.0' 'unstable'
setupaptarchive --no-update

testfileexists() {
msgtest 'Test for existance of file' "$1"
msgtest 'Test for existence of file' "$1"
test -e "$1" && msgpass || msgfail
rm -f "$1"
}


+ 1
- 1
test/integration/test-sourceslist-arch-plusminus-options View File

@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ echo 'deb [arch=mips,i386 arch-=mips] http://example.org/debian stable rocks' >
testbinaries 'substract from a arch-set' 'i386'

echo 'deb [arch=mips,i386 arch-=mips] http://example.org/debian stable rocks' > rootdir/etc/apt/sources.list
testbinaries 'useless substract from a arch-set' 'i386'
testbinaries 'useless subtract from a arch-set' 'i386'

echo 'deb [arch=mips,i386 arch+=armhf] http://example.org/debian stable rocks' > rootdir/etc/apt/sources.list
testbinaries 'addition to a arch-set' 'i386' 'mips' 'armhf'


+ 13
- 13
test/libapt/globalerror_test.cc View File

@@ -15,17 +15,17 @@ int main(int argc,char *argv[])
equals(_error->empty(), true);
equals(_error->empty(GlobalError::DEBUG), false);
equals(_error->PendingError(), false);
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happend", 2), false);
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happened", 2), false);
equals(_error->PendingError(), true);
std::string text;
equals(_error->PopMessage(text), false);
equals(_error->PendingError(), true);
equals(text, "A Notice");
equals(_error->PopMessage(text), true);
equals(text, "Something horrible happend 2 times");
equals(text, "Something horrible happened 2 times");
equals(_error->empty(GlobalError::DEBUG), true);
equals(_error->PendingError(), false);
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happend", 2), false);
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happened", 2), false);
equals(_error->PendingError(), true);
equals(_error->empty(GlobalError::FATAL), false);
_error->Discard();
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ int main(int argc,char *argv[])
equals(_error->empty(), true);
equals(_error->PendingError(), false);
equals(_error->Notice("%s Notice", "A"), false);
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happend", 2), false);
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happened", 2), false);
equals(_error->PendingError(), true);
equals(_error->empty(GlobalError::NOTICE), false);
_error->PushToStack();
@@ -49,12 +49,12 @@ int main(int argc,char *argv[])
equals(_error->PendingError(), true);
equals(text, "A Notice");
equals(_error->PopMessage(text), true);
equals(text, "Something horrible happend 2 times");
equals(text, "Something horrible happened 2 times");
equals(_error->PendingError(), false);
equals(_error->empty(), true);

equals(_error->Notice("%s Notice", "A"), false);
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happend", 2), false);
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happened", 2), false);
equals(_error->PendingError(), true);
equals(_error->empty(GlobalError::NOTICE), false);
_error->PushToStack();
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ int main(int argc,char *argv[])
equals(_error->PendingError(), true);
equals(text, "A Notice");
equals(_error->PopMessage(text), true);
equals(text, "Something horrible happend 2 times");
equals(text, "Something horrible happened 2 times");
equals(_error->PendingError(), false);
equals(_error->empty(), false);
equals(_error->PopMessage(text), false);
@@ -78,24 +78,24 @@ int main(int argc,char *argv[])
equals(_error->empty(), true);

errno = 0;
equals(_error->Errno("errno", "%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happend", 2), false);
equals(_error->Errno("errno", "%s horrible %s %d times", "Something", "happened", 2), false);
equals(_error->empty(), false);
equals(_error->PendingError(), true);
equals(_error->PopMessage(text), true);
equals(_error->PendingError(), false);
equals(text, std::string("Something horrible happend 2 times - errno (0: ").append(textOfErrnoZero).append(")"));
equals(text, std::string("Something horrible happened 2 times - errno (0: ").append(textOfErrnoZero).append(")"));
equals(_error->empty(), true);

std::string longText;
for (size_t i = 0; i < 500; ++i)
longText.append("a");
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", longText.c_str(), "happend", 2), false);
equals(_error->Error("%s horrible %s %d times", longText.c_str(), "happened", 2), false);
equals(_error->PopMessage(text), true);
equals(text, std::string(longText).append(" horrible happend 2 times"));
equals(text, std::string(longText).append(" horrible happened 2 times"));

equals(_error->Errno("errno", "%s horrible %s %d times", longText.c_str(), "happend", 2), false);
equals(_error->Errno("errno", "%s horrible %s %d times", longText.c_str(), "happened", 2), false);
equals(_error->PopMessage(text), true);
equals(text, std::string(longText).append(" horrible happend 2 times - errno (0: ").append(textOfErrnoZero).append(")"));
equals(text, std::string(longText).append(" horrible happened 2 times - errno (0: ").append(textOfErrnoZero).append(")"));

equals(_error->Warning("Репозиторий не обновлён и будут %d %s", 4, "test"), false);
equals(_error->PopMessage(text), false);


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