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From: Ladislav Laska <ladislav.laska@×××××.com>
To: Martin von Gagern <Martin.vGagern@×××.net>
Cc: gentoo-desktop@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-desktop] kde-sunset: Calling base_src_prepare from kde.eclass
Date: Sat, 20 Feb 2010 23:09:23
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-desktop] kde-sunset: Calling base_src_prepare from kde.eclass by Martin von Gagern

just what I had in mind. Works just fine with everything I tested - good job.

Regards Ladislav Laska
S pozdravem Ladislav Laska
xmpp/jabber: ladislav.laska@××××××.cz

On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Martin von Gagern
<Martin.vGagern@×××.net> wrote:
> Hi there! > > On 19.02.2010 22:23, Ladislav Laska wrote: >> Hello again, >> >> I have decided to continue discussion in new thread. This discussion >> was started in thread "kde-sunset: kdepim-kresources broken". >> >> I have replaced my code with what I originally intended (the code in >> git is wrong, since I made a mistake editing it - here is what I >> intended): >> >>         # Check for PATCHES in EAPI=0|1 >>         case ${EAPI:-0} in >>             0|1) >>                 if [[ -n ${PATCHES} ]] && [[ -d "${KDE_S}" ]]; then >>                     base_src_prepare >>                 fi >>             ;; >>         esac >> >> Look, for example, at kde-base/ark ebuild. There is a patch, but it's >> not applied correctly without my code. > > media-gfx/gwenview-1.4.2-r3, on the other hand, would try applying > patches twice /with/ your code. > >> What I'm worried about is the check  [[ -d "${KDE_S}" ]] makes sure, >> that this code is called if >> >> [[ -d "${KDE_S}" ]] || base_src_unpack unpack >> >> did not called base-src_unpack and therefore did not applied patches. >> >> There are two problems with EAPI=0|1 >> >> 1) It depends on file naming and will not work if base_src_unpack >> unpacks into $KDE_S > > You mean kde-meta_src_unpack does unpack into $KDE_S, right? > > I just had a look. For kde-base/ark, kde-meta_src_unpack does unpack > part of the tarball, therefore kde_src_unpack won't call > base_src_unpack, therefore base_src_prepare won't get called either. > >> 2) Even if base_src_unpack calls base_src_prepare, we're adding >> patches automatically after this call, but they will not be applied. > > You're right, there is code collecting additional patches from $PATCHDIR > into the $PATCHES array. So we need to call base_src_prepare /after/ > that, while the current base_src_unpack call comes before that, and > unpacking has to come before that as $PATCHDIR is unpacked as well. > > As base_src_unpack calls base_src_prepare unconditionally for recent > incarnations of base.eclass, I feel we cannot call base_src_unpack at > all. Instead we should simply call "unpack ${A}" directly, and > base_src_prepare later on. > > I feel that this code collecting and applying $PATCHES would be better > suited to a kde_src_prepare than kde_src_unpack, but I'm not sure it's > worth refactoring kde.eclass. > >> Since I can't think of correct check, please let me know if you have >> an idea. Also, let me know if I'm wrong about something and it's not >> needed at all. (but I doubt that, because ark, as mentioned above, is >> counterexample) > > No, you are correct in diagnosing the problem. I just had another stab > at a solution. Have a look at 5979aefafa6e200a09d5dd7b3a6e99b3e0a9d74e > and see if you find any package where that approach doesn't work. > > Greetings, >  Martin > >


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Re: [gentoo-desktop] kde-sunset: Calling base_src_prepare from kde.eclass Chris Bandy <cbandy@××××××.com>