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Revision 1.21, Sat Jan 26 16:31:33 2019 UTC (14 months, 1 week ago) by rillig
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2019Q1-base, pkgsrc-2019Q1
Changes since 1.20: +4 -4 lines

pkgtools/pkglint: update to 5.6.12

Changes since 5.6.11:

* In buildlink3.mk files, print the paths relative
  to the line, not to the pkgsrc root.

* When explaining that a variable cannot be set/used because of wrong
  permissions, list the permissions. This provides more transparency
  than just stating that the desired action is not allowed.

* When pkglint checks a pkgsrc-wip package, don't warn about malformed
  lines in doc/CHANGES-* since pkgsrc-wip users typically cannot do
  anything about these errors.

* In profiling mode, not only the code coverage and the performance
  statistics are dumped, the whole heap is also dumped to see which
  parts of pkglint consume the most heap memory. Pkglint now needs
  less heap memory than before, which mainly affects full scans.

* The checks for absolute pathnames have gone. They were of questionable
  value since pkglint has failed to give proper advice on how to fix
  them properly, at least for the last 12 years.

* The check that pkgsrc-wip packages should only use exact CVS Ids
  (the unexpanded variant) has been disabled again. It occurred about
  16000 times but even fixing it wouldn't improve anything since it
  was mostly a formatting issue without any practical consequences.

* Warn about trailing variable modifiers like in ${VAR:S,from,to,extra}.

* Properly parse ${VAR:!command!}.

* Suggest to replace SUBST_SED with SUBST_VARS where possible, even
  with complicated shell quoting. Pkglint can autofix most of these
  overly verbose cases.

* Load builtin.mk whenever the corresponding buildlink3.mk file is
  included. This fixes several warnings about undefined variables
  (especially for packages using OpenSSL).

* Parse .for lines like bmake does since 2015, splitting words like
  in brk_string.

* Optionally show a warning even if it cannot be autofixed by pkglint.
  This is useful for the SUBST_VARS replacement since even when
  pkglint cannot automatically replace the code, there are still cases
  where it can warn at least.

* As always, several refactorings.

package pkglint

import (

func (s *Suite) Test_LicenseChecker_Check(c *check.C) {
	t := s.Init(c)

		"The licenses for most software are designed to take away ...")
	mkline := t.NewMkLine("Makefile", 7, "LICENSE=dummy")

	licenseChecker := LicenseChecker{mkline}
	licenseChecker.Check("gpl-v2", opAssign)

		"WARN: Makefile:7: License file ~/licenses/gpl-v2 does not exist.")

	licenseChecker.Check("no-profit shareware", opAssign)

		"ERROR: Makefile:7: Parse error for license condition \"no-profit shareware\".")

	licenseChecker.Check("no-profit AND shareware", opAssign)

		"WARN: Makefile:7: License file ~/licenses/no-profit does not exist.",
		"ERROR: Makefile:7: License \"no-profit\" must not be used.",
		"WARN: Makefile:7: License file ~/licenses/shareware does not exist.",
		"ERROR: Makefile:7: License \"shareware\" must not be used.")

	licenseChecker.Check("gnu-gpl-v2", opAssign)


	licenseChecker.Check("gnu-gpl-v2 AND gnu-gpl-v2 OR gnu-gpl-v2", opAssign)

		"ERROR: Makefile:7: AND and OR operators in license conditions can only be combined using parentheses.")

	licenseChecker.Check("(gnu-gpl-v2 OR gnu-gpl-v2) AND gnu-gpl-v2", opAssign)


func (s *Suite) Test_LicenseChecker_checkName__LICENSE_FILE(c *check.C) {
	t := s.Init(c)

		"An individual license file.")

	G.Main("pkglint", t.File("category/package"))

	// There is no warning about the unusual file name in the package directory.
	// If it were not mentioned in LICENSE_FILE, the file named my-license
	// would be warned about.
		"Looks fine.")