- patch level 0 - 11 Dec 2005
authorMichał 'Wolvverine' Panasiewicz <wolvverine@pld-linux.org>
Thu, 22 Dec 2005 00:40:36 +0000 (00:40 +0000)
committercvs2git <feedback@pld-linux.org>
Sun, 24 Jun 2012 12:13:13 +0000 (12:13 +0000)
Changed files:
    backuppc-2.1.2pl0.patch -> 1.1

backuppc-2.1.2pl0.patch [new file with mode: 0644]

diff --git a/backuppc-2.1.2pl0.patch b/backuppc-2.1.2pl0.patch
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@@ -0,0 +1,136 @@
+#
+# BackupPC-2.1.2pl0.diff: BackupPC patch file generated
+# on Sun Dec 11 23:48:15 2005.
+#
+# This patch file should be applied to a cleanly unpacked BackupPC
+# version 2.1.2.  Do not apply any old patch files; each
+# patch file accumulates all previous changes.
+#
+# Example:
+#
+#     # fetch BackupPC-2.1.2.tar.gz
+#     # fetch BackupPC-2.1.2pl0.diff
+#     tar zxvf BackupPC-2.1.2.tar.gz
+#     cd BackupPC-2.1.2
+#     patch -p0 < ../BackupPC-2.1.2pl0.diff
+#     perl configure.pl
+#
+# ChangeLog:
+#
+#  - Added patch from Michael (mna.news) to ignore "file is unchanged"
+#    message from tar 1.15.x during incremental backups.
+#
+#  - Fixed creation of .rsrc directories in bin/BackupPC_tarExtract
+#    when used with xtar on MacOS.  Reported by Samuel Bancal and
+#    Matthew Radey, who helped with debugging.
+#
+--- BackupPC-2.1.2/bin/BackupPC_tarExtract     2005-09-05 16:21:21.000000000 -0700
++++ BackupPC-2.1.2/bin/BackupPC_tarExtract     2005-12-11 23:48:15.492844664 -0800
+@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
+     exit(1);
+ }
+ my $client = $1;
+-if ( $ARGV[1] !~ /^([\w\s\.\/\$-]+)$/ ) {
++if ( $ARGV[1] !~ /^([\w\s.\/$(){}[\]-]+)$/ ) {
+     print("$0: bad share name '$ARGV[1]'\n");
+     exit(1);
+ }
+@@ -251,7 +251,7 @@
+         $name     = $longName if ( defined($longName) );
+         $linkname = $longLink if ( defined($longLink) );
+         $name     =~ s{^\./+}{};
+-        $name     =~ s{/+$}{};
++        $name     =~ s{/+\.?$}{};
+         $name     =~ s{//+}{/}g;
+         return {
+             name       => $name,
+@@ -313,7 +313,7 @@
+         #
+         my($nRead);
+         #print("Reading $f->{name}, $f->{size} bytes, type $f->{type}\n");
+-        pathCreate($dir, "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}", $file, $f);
++        pathCreate($dir, "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}", $f);
+         my $poolWrite = BackupPC::PoolWrite->new($bpc,
+                                          "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}",
+                                          $f->{size}, $Compress);
+@@ -351,7 +351,7 @@
+       # a plain file.
+         #
+         $f->{size} = length($f->{linkname});
+-        pathCreate($dir, "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}", $file, $f);
++        pathCreate($dir, "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}", $f);
+         my $poolWrite = BackupPC::PoolWrite->new($bpc,
+                                          "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}",
+                                          $f->{size}, $Compress);
+@@ -369,7 +369,7 @@
+         # contents.
+         #
+         $f->{size} = length($f->{linkname});
+-        pathCreate($dir, "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}", $file, $f);
++        pathCreate($dir, "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}", $f);
+         my $poolWrite = BackupPC::PoolWrite->new($bpc,
+                                          "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}",
+                                          $f->{size}, $Compress);
+@@ -393,7 +393,7 @@
+         } else {
+             $data = "$f->{devmajor},$f->{devminor}";
+         }
+-        pathCreate($dir, "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}", $file, $f);
++        pathCreate($dir, "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}", $f);
+         my $poolWrite = BackupPC::PoolWrite->new($bpc,
+                                          "$OutDir/$ShareName/$f->{mangleName}",
+                                          length($data), $Compress);
+@@ -487,17 +487,21 @@
+ #
+ sub pathCreate
+ {
+-    my($dir, $fullPath, $file, $f) = @_;
++    my($dir, $fullPath, $f) = @_;
+     #
+     # Get parent directory of each of $dir and $fullPath
+     #
+-    $dir      =~ s{/[^/]*$}{};
++    # print("pathCreate: dir = $dir, fullPath = $fullPath\n");
++    $dir      =~ s{/([^/]*)$}{};
++    my $file  = $bpc->fileNameUnmangle($1);
+     $fullPath =~ s{/[^/]*$}{};
+-    return if ( -d $fullPath );
++    return if ( -d $fullPath || $file eq "" );
++    unlink($fullPath) if ( -e $fullPath );
+     mkpath($fullPath, 0, 0777);
+     $Attrib{$dir} = BackupPC::Attrib->new({ compress => $Compress })
+                                 if ( !defined($Attrib{$dir}) );
++    # print("pathCreate: adding file = $file to dir = $dir\n");
+     $Attrib{$dir}->set($file, {
+                             type  => BPC_FTYPE_DIR,
+                             mode  => 0755,
+--- BackupPC-2.1.2/lib/BackupPC/Lib.pm 2005-09-05 16:21:21.000000000 -0700
++++ BackupPC-2.1.2/lib/BackupPC/Lib.pm 2005-12-11 23:48:15.536837976 -0800
+@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@
+         TopDir  => $topDir || '__TOPDIR__',
+         BinDir  => $installDir || '__INSTALLDIR__',
+         LibDir  => $installDir || '__INSTALLDIR__',
+-        Version => '2.1.2',
++        Version => '2.1.2pl0',
+         BackupFields => [qw(
+                     num type startTime endTime
+                     nFiles size nFilesExist sizeExist nFilesNew sizeNew
+--- BackupPC-2.1.2/lib/BackupPC/Xfer/Tar.pm    2005-09-05 16:21:21.000000000 -0700
++++ BackupPC-2.1.2/lib/BackupPC/Xfer/Tar.pm    2005-12-11 23:48:15.681815936 -0800
+@@ -221,8 +221,13 @@
+             $t->{XferLOG}->write(\"$_\n") if ( $t->{logLevel} >= 2 );
+             $t->{fileCnt}++;
+         } else {
+-            $t->{XferLOG}->write(\"$_\n") if ( $t->{logLevel} >= 0 );
+-            $t->{xferErrCnt}++;
++            #
++            # Ignore annoying log message on incremental for tar 1.15.x
++            #
++            if ( !/: file is unchanged; not dumped$/ ) {
++                $t->{XferLOG}->write(\"$_\n") if ( $t->{logLevel} >= 0 );
++                $t->{xferErrCnt}++;
++            }
+           #
+           # If tar encounters a minor error, it will exit with a non-zero
+           # status.  We still consider that ok.  Remember if tar prints
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