% Copyright (C) 2002-2003 David Roundy % % This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify % it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by % the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) % any later version. % % This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, % but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of % MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the % GNU General Public License for more details. % % You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License % along with this program; see the file COPYING. If not, write to % the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, % Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. \begin{code}
{-# OPTIONS_GHC -cpp -fglasgow-exts #-}

#include "gadts.h"

module Darcs.Repository.Prefs ( addToPreflist, getPreflist, setPreflist,
                   getGlobal, environmentHelpHome,
                   defaultrepo, setDefaultrepo,
                   getPrefval, setPrefval, changePrefval,
                   boringRegexps, boringFileFilter, darcsdirFilter,
                   FileType(..), filetypeFunction,
                 ) where

import System.IO.Error ( isDoesNotExistError )
import Control.Monad ( unless, when, mplus )
import Text.Regex ( Regex, mkRegex, matchRegex, )
import Data.Char ( toUpper )
import Data.Maybe ( isJust, catMaybes )
import Data.List ( nub, isPrefixOf, union, sortBy )
import System.Directory ( getAppUserDataDirectory )
import System.FilePath ( (</>) )
import System.Environment ( getEnvironment )

import Darcs.Flags ( DarcsFlag( NoCache, NoSetDefault, DryRun, Ephemeral, RemoteRepo ) )
import Darcs.RepoPath ( AbsolutePath, ioAbsolute, toFilePath, getCurrentDirectory )
import Darcs.Utils ( catchall, stripCr )
import Darcs.IO ( ReadableDirectory(..), WriteableDirectory(..) )
import Darcs.Patch.FileName ( fp2fn )
import Darcs.External ( gzFetchFilePS, Cachable( Cachable ) )
import qualified Data.ByteString.Char8 as BC ( unpack )
import qualified Data.ByteString       as B  ( empty )
import Darcs.Global ( darcsdir )
import Darcs.Repository.Cache ( Cache(..), CacheType(..), CacheLoc(..),
                                WritableOrNot(..), compareByLocality )
import Darcs.URL ( isFile )
\end{code} \section{prefs} The \verb!_darcs! directory contains a \verb!prefs! directory. This directory exists simply to hold user configuration settings specific to this repository. The contents of this directory are intended to be modifiable by the user, although in some cases a mistake in such a modification may cause darcs to behave strangely. \input{Darcs/ArgumentDefaults.lhs} \begin{code}
writeDefaultPrefs :: IO ()
writeDefaultPrefs =   do setPreflist "boring" defaultBoring
                         setPreflist "binaries" defaultBinaries
                         setPreflist "motd" []
\end{code} \paragraph{repos} The \verb!_darcs/prefs/repos! file contains a list of repositories you have pulled from or pushed to, and is used for autocompletion of pull and push commands in bash. Feel free to delete any lines from this list that might get in there, or to delete the file as a whole. \paragraph{author}\label{author_prefs} The \verb!_darcs/prefs/author! file contains the email address (or name) to be used as the author when patches are recorded in this repository, e.g.\ \verb!David Roundy !. This file overrides the contents of the environment variables \verb!$DARCS_EMAIL! and \verb!$EMAIL!. \paragraph{boring}\label{boring} The \verb!_darcs/prefs/boring! file may contain a list of regular expressions describing files, such as object files, that you do not expect to add to your project. As an example, the boring file that I use with my darcs repository is: \begin{verbatim} \.hi$ \.o$ ^\.[^/] ^_ ~$ (^|/)CVS($|/) \end{verbatim} A newly created repository has a longer boring file that includes many common source control, backup, temporary, and compiled files. You may want to have the boring file under version control. To do this you can use darcs setpref to set the value ``boringfile'' to the name of your desired boring file (e.g.\ \verb-darcs setpref boringfile .boring-, where \verb-.boring- is the repository path of a file that has been darcs added to your repository). The boringfile preference overrides \verb!_darcs/prefs/boring!, so be sure to copy that file to the boringfile. You can also set up a ``boring'' regexps file in your home directory, named \verb!~/.darcs/boring!, on MS Windows~\ref{ms_win}, which will be used with all of your darcs repositories. Any file not already managed by darcs and whose repository path (such as \verb!manual/index.html!) matches any of the boring regular expressions is considered boring. The boring file is used to filter the files provided to darcs add, to allow you to use a simple \verb-darcs add newdir newdir/-\verb-*- % cabal haddock barfs on adjacent / * without accidentally adding a bunch of object files. It is also used when the \verb!--look-for-adds! flag is given to whatsnew or record. Note that once a file has been added to darcs, it is not considered boring, even if it matches the boring file filter. \begin{code}
{-# NOINLINE defaultBoring #-}
defaultBoring :: [String]
defaultBoring = ["# Boring file regexps:",
                  "### compiler and interpreter intermediate files",
                  "# haskell (ghc) interfaces",
                  "\\.hi$", "\\.hi-boot$", "\\.o-boot$",
                  "# object files",
                  "# profiling haskell",
                  "\\.p_hi$", "\\.p_o$",
                  "# haskell program coverage resp. profiling info",
                  "\\.tix$", "\\.prof$",
                  "# fortran module files",
                  "# linux kernel",
                  "# *.ko files aren't boring by default because they might",
                  "# be Korean translations rather than kernel modules",
                  "# \\.ko$",
                  "# python, emacs, java byte code",
                  "\\.py[co]$", "\\.elc$","\\.class$",
                  "# objects and libraries; lo and la are libtool things",
                  "# compiled zsh configuration files",
                  "# Common LISP output files for CLISP and CMUCL",
                  "### build and packaging systems",
                  "# cabal intermediates",
                  "# standard cabal build dir, might not be boring for everybody",
                  "# ^dist(/|$)",
                  "# autotools",
                  "(^|/)autom4te\\.cache($|/)", "(^|/)config\\.(log|status)$",
                  "# microsoft web expression, visual studio metadata directories",
                  "# gentoo tools",
                  "# generated dependencies",
                  "### version control systems",
                  "# cvs",
                  "# cvs, emacs locks",
                  "# rcs",
                  "(^|/)RCS($|/)", ",v$",
                  "# subversion",
                  "# mercurial",
                  "# git",
                  "# bzr",
                  "# sccs",
                  "# darcs",
                  "(^|/)"++darcsdir++"($|/)", "(^|/)\\.darcsrepo($|/)",
                  "# gnu arch",
                  "# bitkeeper",
                  "### miscellaneous",
                  "# backup files",
                  "# patch originals and rejects",
                  "\\.orig$", "\\.rej$",
                  "# X server",
                  "# image spam",
                  "\\#", "(^|/)Thumbs\\.db$",
                  "# vi, emacs tags",
                  "# core dumps",
                  "# partial broken files (KIO copy operations)",
                  "# waf files, see http://code.google.com/p/waf/",
                  "# mac os finder",
                  "(^|/)\\.DS_Store$" ]

darcsdirFilter :: [FilePath] -> [FilePath]
darcsdirFilter = filter (not.isDarcsdir)
isDarcsdir :: FilePath -> Bool
isDarcsdir ('.':'/':f) = isDarcsdir f
isDarcsdir "." = True
isDarcsdir "" = True
isDarcsdir ".." = True
isDarcsdir "../" = True
isDarcsdir "_darcs" = True
isDarcsdir fp = "_darcs/" `isPrefixOf` fp

-- | The path of the global preference directory; @~/.darcs@ on Unix,
-- and @%APPDATA%/darcs@ on Windows.
globalPrefsDir :: IO (Maybe FilePath)
globalPrefsDir = do
  env <- getEnvironment
  case lookup "DARCS_TESTING_PREFS_DIR" env of
    Just d -> return (Just d)
    Nothing -> (getAppUserDataDirectory "darcs" >>= return.Just)
               `catchall` (return Nothing)

environmentHelpHome :: ([String], [String])
environmentHelpHome = (["HOME", "APPDATA"], [
 "Per-user preferences are set in $HOME/.darcs (on Unix) or",
 "%APPDATA%/darcs (on Windows).  This is also the default location of",
 "the cache."])

getGlobal :: String -> IO [String]
getGlobal f = do
  dir <- globalPrefsDir
  case dir of
    (Just d) -> getPreffile $ d </> f
    Nothing -> return []

globalCacheDir :: IO (Maybe FilePath)
globalCacheDir = slash_cache `fmap` globalPrefsDir
  where slash_cache = fmap (</> "cache")

boringRegexps :: IO [Regex]
boringRegexps = do
    borefile <- defPrefval "boringfile" (darcsdir ++ "/prefs/boring")
    bores <- getPrefLines borefile `catchall` return []
    gbs <- getGlobal "boring"
    return $ map mkRegex $ bores ++ gbs

boringFileFilter :: IO ([FilePath] -> [FilePath])
boringFileFilter = boringRegexps >>= return . actualBoringFileFilter

noncomments :: [String] -> [String]
noncomments ss = filter is_ok ss
                 where is_ok "" = False
                       is_ok ('#':_) = False
                       is_ok _ = True

getPrefLines :: ReadableDirectory m => FilePath -> m [String]
getPrefLines f = (notconflicts . noncomments . map stripCr . lines)
              `fmap` mReadBinFile (fp2fn f)
    where notconflicts = filter nc
          startswith [] _ = True
          startswith (x:xs) (y:ys) | x == y = startswith xs ys
          startswith _ _ = False
          nc l | startswith "v v v v v v v" l = False
          nc l | startswith "*************" l = False
          nc l | startswith "^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^" l = False
          nc _ = True

-- | From a list of paths, filter out any that are within @_darcs@ or
-- match a boring regexp.
actualBoringFileFilter :: [Regex] -> [FilePath] -> [FilePath]
actualBoringFileFilter regexps files = filter (not . boring . normalize) files
    where boring file = isDarcsdir file ||
                        any (\regexp -> isJust $ matchRegex regexp file) regexps

normalize :: FilePath -> FilePath
normalize ('.':'/':f) = normalize f
normalize f = normalize_helper $ reverse f
              normalize_helper ('/':rf) = normalize_helper rf
              normalize_helper rf = reverse rf
\end{code} \paragraph{binaries} The \verb!_darcs/prefs/binaries! file may contain a list of regular expressions describing files that should be treated as binary files rather than text files. Darcs automatically treats files containing \verb!^Z\! or \verb!'\0'! within the first 4096 bytes as being binary files. You probably will want to have the binaries file under version control. To do this you can use darcs setpref to set the value ``binariesfile'' to the name of your desired binaries file (e.g.\ \verb'darcs setpref binariesfile ./.binaries', where \verb'.binaries' is a file that has been darcs added to your repository). As with the boring file, you can also set up a \verb!~/.darcs/binaries! file if you like, on MS Windows~\ref{ms_win}. \begin{code}
data FileType = BinaryFile | TextFile
                deriving (Eq)

{-# NOINLINE defaultBinaries #-}
-- | The lines that will be inserted into @_darcs/prefs/binaries@ when
-- @darcs init@ is run.  Hence, a list of comments, blank lines and
-- regular expressions (ERE dialect).
-- Note that while this matches .gz and .GZ, it will not match .gZ,
-- i.e. it is not truly case insensitive.
defaultBinaries :: [String]
defaultBinaries = help ++
                   ["\\.(" ++ e ++ "|" ++ map toUpper e ++ ")$" | e <- extensions ]
    where extensions = ["a","bmp","bz2","doc","elc","exe","gif","gz","iso",
          help = map ("# "++) binariesFileHelp

binariesFileHelp :: [String]
binariesFileHelp =
  ["This file contains a list of extended regular expressions, one per",
   "line.  A file path matching any of these expressions is assumed to",
   "contain binary data (not text).  The entries in ~/.darcs/binaries (if",
   "it exists) supplement those in this file.",
   "Blank lines, and lines beginning with an octothorpe (#) are ignored.",
   "See regex(7) for a description of extended regular expressions."]

filetypeFunction :: IO (FilePath -> FileType)
filetypeFunction = do
    binsfile <- defPrefval "binariesfile" (darcsdir ++ "/prefs/binaries")
    bins <- getPrefLines binsfile `catch`
             (\e-> if isDoesNotExistError e then return [] else ioError e)
    gbs <- getGlobal "binaries"
    regexes <- return (map (\r -> mkRegex r) (bins ++ gbs))
    let isbin f = or $ map (\r -> isJust $ matchRegex r f) regexes
        ftf f = if isbin $ normalize f then BinaryFile else TextFile
        return ftf

-- this avoids a circular dependency with Repository
prefsDirectory :: ReadableDirectory m => m String
prefsDirectory =
    do darcs <- mDoesDirectoryExist $ fp2fn darcsdir
       if darcs
          then return $ darcsdir ++ "/prefs/"
          else fail $ "Directory " ++ darcsdir ++ "/ does not exist!"

withPrefsDirectory :: ReadableDirectory m => (String -> m ()) -> m ()
withPrefsDirectory j = do prefs <- prefsDirectory `mplus` return "x"
                          when (prefs /= "x") $ j prefs

addToPreflist :: WriteableDirectory m => String -> String -> m ()
addToPreflist p s = withPrefsDirectory $ \prefs -> do
  hasprefs <- mDoesDirectoryExist $ fp2fn prefs
  unless hasprefs $ mCreateDirectory $ fp2fn prefs
  pl <- getPreflist p
  mWriteBinFile (fp2fn $ prefs ++ p) $ unlines $ union [s] pl

getPreflist :: ReadableDirectory m => String -> m [String]
getPreflist p =  do prefs <- prefsDirectory `mplus` return "x"
                    if (prefs /= "x") then getPreffile $ prefs ++ p
                                      else return []

getPreffile :: ReadableDirectory m => FilePath -> m [String]
getPreffile f = do
  hasprefs <- mDoesFileExist (fp2fn f)
  if hasprefs
    then getPrefLines f
    else return []

setPreflist :: WriteableDirectory m => String -> [String] -> m ()
setPreflist p ls = withPrefsDirectory $ \prefs -> do
  haspref <- mDoesDirectoryExist $ fp2fn prefs
  if haspref
     then mWriteBinFile (fp2fn $ prefs ++ p) (unlines ls)
     else return ()

defPrefval :: String -> String -> IO String
defPrefval p d = do
  pv <- getPrefval p
  case pv of Nothing -> return d
             Just v -> return v

getPrefval :: ReadableDirectory m => String -> m (Maybe String)
getPrefval p =
    do pl <- getPreflist "prefs"
       case map snd $ filter ((==p).fst) $ map (break (==' ')) pl of
           [val] -> case words val of
               [] -> return Nothing
               _ -> return $ Just $ tail val
           _ -> return Nothing

setPrefval :: WriteableDirectory m => String -> String -> m ()
setPrefval p v =  do pl <- getPreflist "prefs"
                     setPreflist "prefs" $
                       filter ((/=p).fst.(break (==' '))) pl ++ [p++" "++v]

changePrefval :: WriteableDirectory m => String -> String -> String -> m ()
changePrefval p f t =
    do pl <- getPreflist "prefs"
       ov <- getPrefval p
       newval <- case ov of
                 Nothing -> return t
                 Just old -> if old == f then return t else return old
       setPreflist "prefs" $
                    filter ((/=p).fst.(break(==' '))) pl ++ [p++" "++newval]

defaultrepo :: [DarcsFlag] -> AbsolutePath -> [String] -> IO [String]
defaultrepo opts _ [] =
  do let fixR r | not (isFile r) = return r
                | otherwise = do absr <- ioAbsolute r
                                 return $ toFilePath absr
     case [r | RemoteRepo r <- opts] of
       [] -> do defrepo <- getPreflist "defaultrepo"
                case defrepo of
                  [r] -> (:[]) `fmap` fixR r
                  _ -> return []
       rs -> mapM fixR rs
defaultrepo _ _ r = return r

setDefaultrepo :: String -> [DarcsFlag] -> IO ()
setDefaultrepo r opts =  do olddef <- getPreflist "defaultrepo"
                            let doit = null noSetDefault && greenLight
                                greenLight = wetRun
                                           && not rIsTmp
                                           && (olddef /= [r] || olddef == [])
                            if doit
                               then setPreflist "defaultrepo" [r]
                               else when (True `notElem` noSetDefault && greenLight) $ putStr . unlines $
                                      -- the nuance here is that we should only notify when the
                                      -- reason we're not setting default is the --no-set-default
                                      -- flag, not the various automatic show stoppers
                                      [ "HINT: if you want to change the default remote repository to"
                                      , "      " ++ r ++ ","
                                      , "      quit now and issue the same command with the --set-default flag."
                            addToPreflist "repos" r
                         `catchall` return () -- we don't care if this fails!
  wetRun = DryRun `notElem` opts
  rIsTmp = r `elem` [x | RemoteRepo x <- opts]
  noSetDefault = [x | NoSetDefault x <- opts]
\end{code} \paragraph{email} The \verb!_darcs/prefs/email! file is used to provide the e-mail address for your repository that others will use when they \verb!darcs send! a patch back to you. The contents of the file should simply be an e-mail address. \paragraph{sources} The \verb!_darcs/prefs/sources! file is used to indicate alternative locations from which to download patches when using a ``hashed'' repository. This file contains lines such as: \begin{verbatim} cache:/home/droundy/.darcs/cache readonly:/home/otheruser/.darcs/cache repo:http://darcs.net \end{verbatim} This would indicate that darcs should first look in \verb!/home/droundy/.darcs/cache! for patches that might be missing, and if the patch isn't there, it should save a copy there for future use. In that case, darcs will look in \verb!/home/otheruser/.darcs/cache! to see if that user might have downloaded a copy, but won't try to save a copy there, of course. Finally, it will look in \verb!http://darcs.net!. Note that the \verb!sources! file can also exist in \verb!~/.darcs/!. Also note that the sources mentioned in your \verb!sources! file will be tried \emph{before} the repository you are pulling from. This can be useful in avoiding downloading patches multiple times when you pull from a remote repository to more than one local repository. A global cache is enabled by default in your home directory. The cache allows darcs to avoid re-downloading patches (for example, when doing a second darcs get of the same repository), and also allows darcs to use hard links to reduce disk usage. Note that the cache directory should reside on the same filesystem as your repositories, so you may need to vary this. You can also use multiple cache directories on different filesystems, if you have several filesystems on which you use darcs. \begin{code}
getCaches :: [DarcsFlag] -> String -> IO Cache
getCaches opts repodir =
    do here <- parsehs `fmap` getPreffile (darcsdir ++ "/prefs/sources")
       there <- (parsehs . lines . BC.unpack) `fmap`
                (gzFetchFilePS (repodir ++ "/" ++ darcsdir ++ "/prefs/sources") Cachable
                 `catchall` return B.empty)
       globalcachedir <- globalCacheDir
       let globalcache = case (nocache,globalcachedir) of
                           (True,_) -> []
                           (_,Just d) -> [Cache Directory Writable d]
                           _ -> []
       globalsources <- parsehs `fmap` getGlobal "sources"
       thisdir <- getCurrentDirectory
       let thisrepo = if Ephemeral `elem` opts
                      then [Cache Repo NotWritable $ toFilePath thisdir]
                      else [Cache Repo Writable $ toFilePath thisdir]
       let tempCache = nub $ thisrepo ++ globalcache ++ globalsources ++
                  here ++ [Cache Repo NotWritable repodir] ++ there
       return $ Ca $ sortBy compareByLocality tempCache
            parsehs = catMaybes . map readln . noncomments
            readln l | take 5 l == "repo:" = Just (Cache Repo NotWritable (drop 5 l))
                     | take 9 l == "thisrepo:" = Just (Cache Repo Writable (drop 9 l))
                     | nocache = Nothing
                     | take 6 l == "cache:" = Just (Cache Directory Writable (drop 6 l))
                     | take 9 l == "readonly:" = Just (Cache Directory NotWritable (drop 9 l))
                     | otherwise = Nothing
            nocache = NoCache `elem` opts