Commit 1a5f308d authored by Eli Schwartz's avatar Eli Schwartz Committed by Allan McRae
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makepkg: optimize and fix BUILDINFO generation's use of awk

The biggest issue is directly supplying the data within the format
string which can result in misinterpreting formatter sequences if a
printed variable contains an "%" in it. This character is currently
permitted in the pkgver field, though not in the pkgname. Also
pacman/libalpm itself has much looser limitations and this can appear
anywhere at all if a package was created by some other program.

For the package "iambroke-1%s-1-any.pkg.tar.xz", installed in the build
environment, the result is:

  -> Generating .BUILDINFO file...
awk: cmd. line:3: (FILENAME=- FNR=1085) fatal: not enough arguments to satisfy format string
	   ^ ran out for this one

Followed by a .BUILDINFO which contains an LC_ALL=C sorted list of
$pkgname-${epoch:+$epoch:}$pkgver-$pkgrel-$arch ending in:

installed = iambroke

Which is cut short, then fails to list the succeeding packages. The
package itself successfully builds.

It's also unnecessary to save the output of pacman -Qq in order to get the
information for pacman -Qi, since the latter will, just like the former,
return information for all installed packages if not given a package

While I am at it, pipe this directly to awk rather than keeping a copy
in an unnecessary local variable. This is slightly more efficient in
addition to preventing the <<< herestring from re-interpreting the
content of "$pkginfos" in ways that don't really matter for our usage.

Signed-off-by: Eli Schwartz's avatarEli Schwartz <>
Signed-off-by: Allan McRae's avatarAllan McRae <>
parent 2d8a7519
...@@ -700,13 +700,11 @@ write_buildinfo() { ...@@ -700,13 +700,11 @@ write_buildinfo() {
write_kv_pair "buildenv" "${BUILDENV[@]}" write_kv_pair "buildenv" "${BUILDENV[@]}"
write_kv_pair "options" "${OPTIONS[@]}" write_kv_pair "options" "${OPTIONS[@]}"
local pkglist=($(run_pacman -Qq)) local pkginfos_parsed=($(LC_ALL=C run_pacman -Qi | awk -F': ' '\
local pkginfos="$(LC_ALL=C run_pacman -Qi ${pkglist[@]})" /^Name .*/ {printf "%s", $2} \
local pkginfos_parsed=($(awk -F': ' '\ /^Version .*/ {printf "-%s", $2} \
/^Name .*/ {printf $2} \
/^Version .*/ {printf "-"$2} \
/^Architecture .*/ {print "-"$2} \ /^Architecture .*/ {print "-"$2} \
' <<< "${pkginfos}")) '))
write_kv_pair "installed" "${pkginfos_parsed[@]}" write_kv_pair "installed" "${pkginfos_parsed[@]}"
} }
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