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2017-04-17run_chroot: label pipe endpoints for readabilityAndrew Gregory1-12/+17
Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <>
2017-04-17use sockets for scriptlet/hook communicationAndrew Gregory1-13/+4
If a scriptlet/hook dies at the wrong moment it can trigger SIGPIPE, terminating the process. For pipes, there is no way to prevent SIGPIPE other than ignoring it process-wide. This can have unintended consequences in a multi-threaded process. Using send(2) with sockets, however, allows ignoring SIGPIPE on a per-call basis, leaving other threads able to make use of SIGPIPE. Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <>
2017-04-17conflict: include owner for filesystem conflictsAndrew Gregory1-5/+20
Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <>
2017-04-17unlink_file: strip trailing slashesAndrew Gregory1-1/+12
If the user replaces a directory with a symlink, libalpm would get confused because the trailing slash causes system calls to resolve the symlink. This leads to errors and a misleading message during upgrades. Even though libalpm does not support this, it should not be giving misleading errors. Also adds an overflow check. Fixes FS#51377 Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <>
2017-04-16sortbydeps: rename vptr -> iAndrew Gregory1-5/+5
vptr is a simple list iterator, which are typically named i. Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <>
2017-04-16sortbydeps: rename found -> switched_to_childAndrew Gregory1-4/+4
Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <>
2017-04-16sortbydeps: factor out dep cycle warningAndrew Gregory1-33/+37
Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <>
2017-04-16graph.h: rename childptr -> iteratorAndrew Gregory3-10/+10
Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <>
2017-04-16graph.h: replace hardcoded values with an enumAndrew Gregory3-8/+14
Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <>
2017-04-12add --overwrite option to ignore file conflictsAndrew Gregory4-4/+37
Allows for safer, more fine-grained control for overwriting files than --force's all-or-nothing approach. Implements FS#31549. Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-04-12libalpm: Use archive_read_extract2Armin K1-1/+15
archive_read_extract() forces resolution of uid/gid to names when extracting the tarball. This can lead to wrong file ownership when using pacman with -r option and when uid/gid differ in the host and in the chroot. archive_read_extract2() uses uid's and gid's only. See also: Signed-off-by: Armin K <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-04-04add alpm_list_append_strdupAndrew Gregory2-0/+21
Makes error detection and handling easier for a common operation. Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-04-04Ignore comments in INSTALL files (FS#51916)Michael Straube1-0/+4
If a comment in an INSTALL file contains the name of a valid INSTALL file function but the function itself is not present, pacman tries to execute that function. That leads to an error. Ignore comments in the grep function in libalpm/trans.c to avoid such errors. Signed-off-by: Michael Straube <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-13Introduce a 'disable-download-timeout' optionChristian Hesse4-2/+17
Add command line option ('--disable-download-timeout') and config file option ('DisableDownloadTimeout') to disable defaults for low speed limit and timeout on downloads. Use this if you have issues downloading files with proxy and/or security gateway. Signed-off-by: Christian Hesse <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04alpm_fetch_pkgurl: fix memory leakAllan McRae1-1/+1
Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04Fix memory leak in alpm_pkg_checkmd5sumAllan McRae1-3/+3
Also remove redundant additional return path. Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04Add alpm_pkg_get_makedepends and alpm_pkg_get_checkdependsMark Weiman4-2/+38
makepkg adds makedepends and checkdepends to a package's .PKGINFO file. Add functions that allow use of these from libalpm. Signed-off-by: Mark Weiman <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04filelist_sort: check if filelist is presortedAndrew Gregory1-2/+9
Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04add _alpm_filelist_sortAndrew Gregory5-9/+11
Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04find_fileconflicts: rename tmpfiles -> newfilesAndrew Gregory1-6/+6
The files belong to the new version of a package being installed, they are not temporary in any way. Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04conflict: skip dir children when replacing a fileAndrew Gregory1-1/+15
When replacing a file with a directory, any files under that directory do not need to be checked for conflicts. This prevents possible false-positive conflicts where the file being replaced is a symlink. We were already skipping the directory children when the file was owned by the previous version of a package being upgraded. This extends that to other packages being removed. Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04dload: s/CURLOPT_WRITEHEADER/CURLOPT_HEADERDATA/Dave Reisner1-1/+1
The former is really old, and should be avoided. Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04extract db files with dbonlyAndrew Gregory1-51/+61
Some database files (install, mtree, and changelog) are extracted directly from the package, but DBONLY was skipping extraction altogether, causing those files to be missing after the transaction. Fixes #52052 Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2017-01-04Update copyright yearsAllan McRae52-52/+52
Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-12-05be_local: remove unused error returnAndrew Gregory1-21/+21
LAZY_LOAD has completely ignored the errret value since commit 307a6de17a3bca9f8666b33aa3fb9a8dd88c300b in 2011. Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-12-05Parametrise the different ways in which the payload is resetMartin Kühne3-3/+12
In FS#43434, Downloads which fail and are restarted on a different server will resume and may display a negative download speed. The payload's progress in libalpm was not properly reset which ultimately caused terminal noise because the line width calculation assumes positive download speeds. This patch fixes the incomplete reset of the payload by mimicing what be_sync.c:alpm_db_update() does over in sync.c:download_single_file(). The new dload.c:_alpm_dload_payload_reset_for_retry() extends beyond the current behavior by updating initial_size and prevprogress for this case. This makes pacman reset the progress properly in the next invocation of the callback and display positive download speeds. Fixes FS#43434. Signed-off-by: Martin Kühne <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-12-05libalpm/signing: support EDDSA from gpgme 1.7.0Christian Hesse1-0/+4
Signed-off-by: Christian Hesse <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-12-05dload: use curl's keepalive mechanismDave Reisner1-43/+3
This does exactly the same thing as it code it replaces, but punt to curl to do it for brevity. Requires curl 7.25.0, which we already cover. Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-10-22Represent bitfields as ints, not enumsIvy Foster15-77/+89
Many bitfield variables are declared to be enums, because they are generated using bitwise operations on enums such. However, their actual values aren't necessary members of their parent enum, so declaring them 'int' is more accurate. Signed-off-by: Ivy Foster <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-10-22Add ALPM_ERR_OK to _alpm_errno_tIvy Foster9-60/+61
This allows functions which return an _alpm_errno_t to always return a genuine _alpm_errno_t for consistency, even in cases where there are no errors. Since ALPM_ERR_OK = 0, their callers can still simply check 'err = some_fn(); if (!err) { ... }'. Signed-off-by: Ivy Foster <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-10-22Allow replacing libcrypto with libnettle in pacmanFlorian Weigelt3-5/+44
Add a --with-nettle configure option that directs pacman to use the libnettle hashing functions. Only one of the --with-libssl and --with-nettle configure options can be specified. [Allan: rewrote configure check] Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-10-12Use f_bavail for diskspace calculationsMartin Kühne1-3/+3
This should make pacman's behavior consistent with GNU coreutils df, as well as follow advice from affected filesystems' devs as well as `man statvfs`. This fixes FS#37402 Signed-off-by: Martin Kühne <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-10-10Remove SHA224 supportAllan McRae1-22/+8
This was included due to use of PolarSSL's implementation for our internal SHA2 support. As our internal checksum calculations are now removed, we can also remove this unused code path. Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-10-10Remove internal md5 and sha2 implementationsAllan McRae6-839/+0
The internal implementations for md5 and sha256 checksums have not been merged from upstream sources for a long time. Instead of us carrying copies of code from other projects, we should just support building against multiple libraries that provide such functionality. This patch removes the md5 and sha2 code (originally obtained from PolarSSL) from our repository. The configure script will now error unless at least one library supporting checksum generation is present, with the only library currently supported being openssl. It will be relatively simple for other such libraries (e.g. nettle) to be supported if anyone wishes to add them. Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-09-25Do not #define _RESERVED_IDENTIFIERSIvy Foster27-78/+78
Signed-off-by: Ivy Foster <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-09-25Change type of count in be_syncRikard Falkeborn1-4/+4
Making it size_t matches the return value of alpm_list_count() and avoids the implicit cast to int. Signed-off-by: Rikard Falkeborn <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-09-25Return boolean from db_populateRikard Falkeborn2-3/+4
Since the number of packages is not used anywhere, just return a boolean to avoid the implicit cast from size_t to int in be_local.c. Use 0 as success to be consistent with db_validate. Signed-off-by: Rikard Falkeborn <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-09-20Fix gcc strict-overflow errorRikard Falkeborn1-3/+3
Recent gcc (tested with 6.2.1) produces the following error when compiling with both --enable-warningflags and --enable-debug. In particular, it seems it is the combination of GCC_STACK_PROTECT_LIB and -Wstrict-overflow=5 produces the error. be_local.c:609:4: error: assuming signed overflow does not occur when simplifying conditional [-Werror=strict-overflow] if(count > 0) { Fix this by changing the type of count from int to size_t, which is fine since count is never negative. Signed-off-by: Rikard Falkeborn <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-09-09lib/libalpm/be_sync.c: Close memory leaks when mallocing while out of memoryIvy Foster1-4/+14
Signed-off-by: Ivy Foster <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-09-03Fix memory leak in remove_notify_needed_optdependsAllan McRae1-0/+1
Also add pactest which captures this leak when run under valgrind. Reported-by: Sergey Petrenko Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
Curl 7.32.0 added CURLOPT_XFERINFOFUNCTION, which deprecates CURLOPT_PROGRESSFUNCTION and means less casting doubles to size_ts for alpm. This change has no user-facing nor frontend-facing effects. Signed-off-by: Ivy Foster <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-08-30Normalize alpm download callback's frontend cb argumentsIvy Foster1-6/+16
When curl calls alpm's dlcb, alpm calls the frontend's cb with the following (dlsize, totalsize) arguments: 0, -1: initialize 0, 0: no change since last call x {x>0, x<y}, y {y>0}: data downloaded, total size known x {x>0}, x: download finished If total size is not known, do not call frontend cb (no change to original behavior); alpm's callback shouldn't be called if there is a download error. See agregory's original spec here: Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-08-30Add newline to the end of error messages for signature format issuesAllan McRae1-6/+6
Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-08-30hook.c: replace fstatat with statAndrew Gregory1-1/+1
macOS < 10.10 do not provide fstatat. We were constructing the full path to the hook file for all other operations anyway, so there was no real benefit to using fstatat. Fixes FS#49771 Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-08-30hook.c: replace readdir_r with readdirAndrew Gregory1-14/+12
glibc 2.24 deprecates readdir_r. Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-08-30Reject files larger than 16384 bytes in read_sigfile.Tobias Stoeckmann1-5/+9
If signature files are larger than SIZE_MAX, not enough memory could be allocated for this file. The script repo-add rejects files which are larger than 16384 bytes, therefore handle these as errors here, too. While at it, I also rearranged the code to avoid a quite harmless TOCTOU race condition between stat() and fopen(). Signed-off-by: Tobias Stoeckmann <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-08-30Release resources on error paths.Tobias Stoeckmann4-6/+24
Some resources (memory or file descriptors) are not released on all error paths. Signed-off-by: Tobias Stoeckmann <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-08-30Always use proper error code in alpm_initialize.Tobias Stoeckmann1-6/+7
In out of memory conditions, an undefined error value is written into *err, because myerr is never explicitly set in these cases. I have also converted a calloc into a MALLOC call, because the memory will be properly filled by the snprintf call right after it. Signed-off-by: Tobias Stoeckmann <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-08-30recursedeps: include cyclic dependenciesAndrew Gregory1-52/+52
Cyclic dependencies (A depends on B, B depends on A) were not selected because neither package could be removed individually, so can_remove_package would always return false for both. By preselecting all dependencies then filtering back out any dependencies still required by any packages that will not be uninstalled, groups of unneeded cyclic dependencies can be found. Fixes FS#41031 Signed-off-by: Andrew Gregory <> Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>
2016-05-05Avoid logical OR duplication warning from gcc-6Allan McRae1-2/+12
The value EAGAIN is allowed by POSIX to be the same as EWOULDBLOCK, but this is not guaranteed. Thus on some systems (e.g. glibc Linux), we get a warning that the logical OR is being performed on two expressions of the same type. We can not get rid of this test in case any system defines these as unique values. Suggested-by: Dave Reisner Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <>