Module: RBT

Defined in:
lib/rbt/base/ee.rb,
lib/rbt/base/ftp.rb,
lib/rbt/base/opn.rb,
lib/rbt/base/run.rb,
lib/rbt/base/base.rb,
lib/rbt/base/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/base/stub.rb,
lib/rbt/base/time.rb,
lib/rbt/base/xorg.rb,
lib/rbt/make/make.rb,
lib/rbt/make/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/base/debug.rb,
lib/rbt/base/email.rb,
lib/rbt/base/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/shell/help.rb,
lib/rbt/shell/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/run.rb,
lib/rbt/base/cliner.rb,
lib/rbt/base/editor.rb,
lib/rbt/cmake/cmake.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/rev.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/env.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/ftp.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/kde.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/opn.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/run.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/sed.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/set.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/tab.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/run.rb,
lib/rbt/shell/shell.rb,
lib/rbt/sinatra/app.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/help.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/base/colours.rb,
lib/rbt/base/esystem.rb,
lib/rbt/base/symlink.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/sdir.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/simp.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/blfs.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/exit.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/help.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/lxqt.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/make.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/path.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/perl.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/porg.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/ruby.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/tags.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/time.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/xfce.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/xorg.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/yaml.rb,
lib/rbt/gui/gtk2/box.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/help.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/sfile.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/swarn.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/clang.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/cmake.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/debug.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/games.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/shell.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/strip.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/prefix/prefix.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/report.rb,
lib/rbt/base/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/base/load_yaml.rb,
lib/rbt/base/prototype.rb,
lib/rbt/base/readlines.rb,
lib/rbt/base/save_file.rb,
lib/rbt/base/word_wrap.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/sfancy.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/ccache.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/cflags.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/ensure.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/obtain.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/prefix.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/python.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/sigint.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/static.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/system.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/aliases.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/dataset.rb,
lib/rbt/base/be_verbose.rb,
lib/rbt/base/copy_files.rb,
lib/rbt/base/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/base/return_pwd.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/colours.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/autogen.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/colours.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/extract.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/flexbox.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/headers.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/libtool.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/symlink.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/version.rb,
lib/rbt/headers/headers.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/libtool.rb,
lib/rbt/project/project.rb,
lib/rbt/shell/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/version/version.rb,
lib/rbt/base/remove_file.rb,
lib/rbt/commandline/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/autoconf.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/ldconfig.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/profiles.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/register.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/warnings.rb,
lib/rbt/misc/sed_wrapper.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/base/exit_program.rb,
lib/rbt/base/programs_dir.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/configure.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/gobolinux.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/permanent.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/newline.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/regexes.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/highest.rb,
lib/rbt/encoding/encoding.rb,
lib/rbt/errors/exceptions.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/preinstall.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/statistics.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/all_urls.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/homepage.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/e.rb,
lib/rbt/base/copy_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/use_colours.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/commandline.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/fedora/fedora.rb,
lib/rbt/namespace/namespace.rb,
lib/rbt/sinatra/action_view.rb,
lib/rbt/sql/create_database.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/url.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/html_colours.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/linux/gentoo.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/make_install.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/mate_desktop.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/home_for_x.rb,
lib/rbt/misc/exclusive_logic.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/ftp.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/opn.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/rds.rb,
lib/rbt/url_action/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/blfs.rb,
lib/rbt/base/change_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/base/create_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/base/remove_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/class_methods.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/remote_urls.rb,
lib/rbt/controller/controller.rb,
lib/rbt/misc/colourize_parser.rb,
lib/rbt/misc/configure_string.rb,
lib/rbt/registered/registered.rb,
lib/rbt/requires/require_yaml.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/time.rb,
lib/rbt/url_action/url_action.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/ntrad.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/scons.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/users.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/base.rb,
lib/rbt/commandline/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/create_program.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/run.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/set.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/find_headers.rb,
lib/rbt/sql/generate_sql_table.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/chmod.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/debug.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/email.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/games.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/meson.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/patch.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/roebe.rb,
lib/rbt/base/available_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/base/expanded_cookbooks.rb,
lib/rbt/base/is_a_64_bit_system.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/require_colours.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/build_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/meson_and_ninja.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/archive_types.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/help.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/logging/create_log_file.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/cliner.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/editor.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/md5sum.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/stderr.rb,
lib/rbt/url_action/compile_mode.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/chainer.rb,
lib/rbt/aliases/cookbook_aliases.rb,
lib/rbt/base/program_information.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/cookbook_dataset.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/guess.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/gui/gtk2/compile_program.rb,
lib/rbt/gui/gtk2/textview_widget.rb,
lib/rbt/make/colour_make_install.rb,
lib/rbt/sinatra/toplevel_methods.rb,
lib/rbt/symlink_this_program/run.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/esystem.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/extract.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/favicon.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/symlink.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/to_bool.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/uchroot.rb,
lib/rbt/compile_base/compile_base.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/ruby_source_dir.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/utility_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/ensure.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/obtain.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/merge_cookbooks.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/remove_this_entry.rb,
lib/rbt/misc/reverse_dependencies.rb,
lib/rbt/symlink_this_program/help.rb,
lib/rbt/symlink_this_program/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/symlink_this_program/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/download.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/home_dir.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/split_at.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/tutorial.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/toolchain.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/use_flags.rb,
lib/rbt/base/commandline_arguments.rb,
lib/rbt/base/source_base_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/chained_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/sysbin_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/toplevel_methods.rb,
lib/rbt/errors/file_does_not_exist.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/gentoo/create_ebuild.rb,
lib/rbt/registered/registered_tags.rb,
lib/rbt/statistics/show_statistics.rb,
lib/rbt/symlink_this_program/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/cookbooks.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/gnome_ftp.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/gobolinux.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/save_file.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/to_current.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/problems_and_errors.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/program_information.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/upload_and_download.rb,
lib/rbt/configuration/configuration.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/cookbook.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/feedback.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/sanitize.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/feedback_licenses.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/show_last_updated.rb,
lib/rbt/create_app_dir_skeleton/run.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/remote_url.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_pwd.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/show_names.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/autosymlink.rb,
lib/rbt/commandline/commandline_menu.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/validation_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/determine.rb,
lib/rbt/create_app_dir_skeleton/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/create_app_dir_skeleton/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/symlink_this_program/setters.rb,
lib/rbt/symlink_this_program/symlink.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/author_name.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/is_included.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/remove_file.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/xorg_buffer.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/post_install.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/update_lxqt.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/postinstallation_step.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/check_for_inclusion.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/multi_url_displayer.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/scan_source_archive.rb,
lib/rbt/create_app_dir_skeleton/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/gobolinux/create_recipe.rb,
lib/rbt/registered/registered_headers.rb,
lib/rbt/requires/require_base_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/statistics/compile_strategies.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/all_binaries.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/archive_type.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/dual_compile.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/find_url_for.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/chain_compile.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/change_prefix.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/standalone_constants.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/search_for_tags/help.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/search_for_tags/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/search_for_tags/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/show_dependencies_on.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/suggest_cookbook_for.rb,
lib/rbt/gui/gtk2/statistics/statistics.rb,
lib/rbt/gui/gtk3/statistics/statistics.rb,
lib/rbt/information/gather_information.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/kernel/rename_system_map.rb,
lib/rbt/registered/registered_binaries.rb,
lib/rbt/registered/registered_m4_files.rb,
lib/rbt/symlink_this_program/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/all_libraries.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/batch_compile.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/error_message.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/is_on_windows.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/log_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/pin_and_unpin.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/verbose_truth.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/backup_program.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/build_detector.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/create_package.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/remove_program.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/show_all_about.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/do_compile_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/create_snapcraft_file.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/generate_homepage/run.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/slackware/filelist_parser.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/slackware/update_slackpkg.rb,
lib/rbt/registered/registered_gir_files.rb,
lib/rbt/registered/registered_libraries.rb,
lib/rbt/symlink_this_program/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/chroot_compile.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/temp_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/beautify_system.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/build_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/profile_install.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/remove_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/remove_symlinks.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/symlink_headers.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/show_report_and_feedback.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/find_all_archive_types.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/local_check_for_latest.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/scan_for_blfs_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/generate_makefile.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/debian/create_control_file.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/linux_from_scratch/lfs/lfs.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/linux_from_scratch/lfs/run.rb,
lib/rbt/requires/require_utility_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/depot_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/make_app_prefix.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/module_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/convert_pkgbuild.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/expand_cookbooks.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/replace_symlinks.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/update_entry/run.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/version_switcher.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/find_duplicate_binaries.rb,
lib/rbt/create_app_dir_skeleton/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/sql/create_sql_from_this_cookbook.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/change_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/copy_recursively.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/create_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/sysbin_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/sysetc_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/syslib_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/system_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/config_log_parser.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/extra_information.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/update_entry/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/batch_compile_the_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/compile/set_compile_these_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/allowed_cookbook_entries.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/cookbook/show_and_report.rb,
lib/rbt/create_app_dir_skeleton/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/create_bash_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/debian/create_debian_package.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/linux_from_scratch/lfs/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/fix_pkgconfig_file.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/installed_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/show_compile_chain.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/update_entry/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/update_kde_plasma.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/permanently_disable_colours.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/standalone_file_constants.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/raw_cookbook/raw_cookbook.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/search_for_tags/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/errors/map_line_to_a_specific_error.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/generate_shellscript.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/class_methods/class_methods.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/search_in_these_directories.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/array_all_rubygems.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/available_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/convert_global_env.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/cookbook_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/get_all_files_from.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/infer_build_system.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/no_trad_no_symlink.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/packages_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/programs_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/cleanup_system_tags.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/compile_base_system.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/copy_these_archives.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/fetch_all_m4_macros.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/flatpak_url_scanner.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/install_glib_schema.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/not_found_libraries.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/package_rbt_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/remove_all_symlinks.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/report_xfce_version.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/symlink_glib_schema.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/search_for_tags/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/create_pkgconfig_file.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/generate_pdf_tutorial.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/pkgconfig_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/run_makepkg_command.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/show_available_tags.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/apply_sed_operations.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/feedback_binaries_of.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/feedback_information.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/parse_configure_help.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/show_dependencies_of.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/symlink_all_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/validation/validate_cookbook_aliases.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/registered_cookbook_entries.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/generate_homepage/html_tags.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/toggle_keep_extracted_value.rb,
lib/rbt/package_managers/create_rpm_spec_file.rb,
lib/rbt/registered/registered_pkgconfig_files.rb,
lib/rbt/requires/require_the_toplevel_methods.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/create_log_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/does_this_file_exist.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/n_programs_available.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/sysinclude_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/update_all_ruby_gems.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/compile_into_home_dir.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/simplify_root_entries.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/update_kde_framework.rb,
lib/rbt/configuration/initialize_configuration.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/file_and_directory_constants.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/download_all_source_archives.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/generate_homepage/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/linux_from_scratch/lfs/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/do_show_the_classname.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/remove_file_extension.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/source_base_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/convert_to_traditional.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/find_multiple_versions.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/query_file_association.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/update_entry/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/validation/check_validity_of_cookbooks.rb,
lib/rbt/validation/report_useless_descriptions.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/create_cookbook_yaml_file/run.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/create_big_yaml_cookbook.rb,
lib/rbt/problems_and_errors/problems_and_errors.rb,
lib/rbt/requires/require_the_validation_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/compile_these_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/fix_incorrect_symlinks.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/install_which_binaries.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/system_share_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/autoupdate_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/query_binary_to_package.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/query_header_to_package.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/simple_version_comparer.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/symlink_pkgconfig_files.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/update_entry/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/check_for_blfs_updates.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/create_cookbook_yaml_file/menu.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/create_cookbook_yaml_file/misc.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/display_cookbook_dataset/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/generate_shell_completion.rb,
lib/rbt/homebrew/registered_programs_of_homebrew.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/class_methods/use_this_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/gobolinux/create_dependencies_file.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/slackware/create_slackware_package.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/slackware/generate_slack_desc_file.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/configuration_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/configure_appdir_prefix.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/simple_appdir_configure.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/find_alternative_archive.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/remove_empty_directories.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/remove_outdated_archives.rb,
lib/rbt/validation/validate_all_cookbook_entries.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/check_for_gnome_updates.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/update_kde_applications.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/update_kde_porting_aids.rb,
lib/rbt/configuration/simple_configuration_loader.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/create_cookbook_yaml_file/reset.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/search_for_tags/search_for_tags.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/generate_rbt_configuration.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/get_all_directories_from.rb,
lib/rbt/validation/check_for_correct_dependencies.rb,
lib/rbt/validation/report_missing_licence_entries.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/create_global_yaml_database.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/class_methods/return_every_la_file.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/gobolinux/gobolinux_recipes_comparer.rb,
lib/rbt/requires/require_the_registered_components.rb,
lib/rbt/statistics/show_how_many_files_are_tracked.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/install_libstdc_plus_plus.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/system_settings_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/convert_to_non_traditional.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/generate_machomebrew_formula.rb,
lib/rbt/information/create_program_version_url_file.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/class_methods/autocorrect_this_file.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/gobolinux/gobolinux_naming_convention.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/linux_from_scratch/parse_blfs_webpage.rb,
lib/rbt/requires/require_the_generate_files_classes.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/run_make_then_make_install.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/show_last_configure_option.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/report_mate_desktop_version.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/display_cookbook_dataset/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/gui/shared_code/statistics/statistics_module.rb,
lib/rbt/misc/create_and_populate_pkgconfig_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/check_for_binary_duplicates.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/determine_host_architecture.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/remove_archive_from_the_end.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/check_for_available_versions.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/check_for_duplicate_binaries.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/system_compile_possibilities.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/NEW_check_for_gnome_updates.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/check_for_slackware_updates.rb,
lib/rbt/configuration/configuration_instance_variable.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/create_cookbook_yaml_file/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/expanded_cookbook/expanded_cookbook.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/generate_homepage/generate_homepage.rb,
lib/rbt/determine_archive_type/determine_archive_type.rb,
lib/rbt/generate_files/generate_flatpak_manifest_file.rb,
lib/rbt/requires/require_the_cookbook_utility_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/feedback_program_description.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/purge_headers_of_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/constants/predefined_installation_instructions.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/create_cookbook_yaml_file/initialize.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/show_configuration_options/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/slackware/install_this_slackware_package.rb,
lib/rbt/misc/map_this_input_to_that_registered_program.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_programs_from_this_url.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/beautify_configure_help_output.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/purge_binaries_of_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/report_the_registered_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/symlink_into_usr_lib_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/validation/batch_validate_the_cookbook_recipes.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/check_for_existing_source_directories.rb,
lib/rbt/create_app_dir_skeleton/create_app_dir_skeleton.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_version_of_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/show_available_utility_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/purge_libraries_of_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/show_versions_of_these_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/validation/scan_for_missing_last_update_entries.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/check_for_mate_desktop_updates.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_binaries_of_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/remove_libtool_files/remove_libtool_files.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_blfs_page_of_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/create_programs_version_html_file.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/report_total_size_of_all_archives.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/check_for_invalid_current_symlinks.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/check_for_new_release_on_rubygems.rb,
lib/rbt/colours/determine_the_toplevel_use_colours_variable.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/get_all_files_and_directories_from.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/increment_program_version/constants.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/display_cookbook_dataset/feedback/feedback.rb,
lib/rbt/requires/require_the_classes_for_individual_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/check_this_cookbook_file_for_errors.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/create_html_page_for_these_programs.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/generate_programs_version_yaml_file.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/binary_name_belongs_to_which_program.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/save_the_available_programs_versions.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/swift_return_version_of_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/validation/check_for_invalid_entries_in_this_cookbook.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/fast_return_file_size_of_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_base_directory_of_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/show_description_and_extra_information.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/handle_this_extract_related_user_input.rb,
lib/rbt/check_for_updates/report_these_programs_could_be_updated.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/display_cookbook_dataset/feedback/feedback_url.rb,
lib/rbt/misc/classes_for_individual_programs/change_lib64_to_lib.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/determine_appdir_prefix_from_this_input.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/report_how_many_binaries_are_registered.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_all_archives_from_this_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/compile_into_home_dir_without_symlinking.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/register_program_files_into_yaml_database.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/try_to_return_a_special_compile_component.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/compile_via_environment_variable_as_prefix.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/display_cookbook_dataset/display_cookbook_dataset.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/required_dependencies_on/required_dependencies_on.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/configure_has_a_higher_priority_than_meson.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/ensure_that_the_required_directories_exist.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_location_to_this_programs_yaml_file.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/postinstallation_step/postinstallation_step.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/show_overview_over_available_utility_scripts.rb,
lib/rbt/information/aggregate_information_from_the_expanded_cookbooks.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/class_methods/return_all_la_files_from_this_directory.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/compile_via_appdir_prefix_without_symlinking.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/registered_program_files_into_global_database.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_array_of_programs_without_a_blfs_entry.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_string_containing_all_program_versions.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/show_configuration_options/show_configuration_options.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/report_extended_information_about_this_program.rb,
lib/rbt/cookbooks/find_directory_entries_without_corresponding_yaml_file.rb,
lib/rbt/linux/linux_from_scratch/make_conditional_symlink_for_lfs_binutils.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/try_to_find_shortcut_for_a_chain_compiled_program.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/symlink_all_upcased_programs_to_downcased_variants.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/increment_program_version/increment_program_version.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/create_shell_script_containing_these_program_versions.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/purge_incorrect_yaml_directories_in_the_programs_hierarchy.rb,
lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/return_program_name_and_program_version_from_this_github_url.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/classes_for_individual_programs/create_pkgconfig_file_for_lua.rb,
lib/rbt/utility_scripts/static_overview_of_the_available_binaries_on_this_computer_system.rb,
lib/rbt/libtool/class_methods/append_this_directory_to_the_list_of_directories_to_search_for.rb

Overview

#

require 'rbt/toplevel_methods/return_program_name_and_program_version_from_this_github_url.rb' RBT.return_program_name_and_program_version_from_this_github_url

#

Defined Under Namespace

Modules: ClassesForIndividualPrograms, Configuration, Cookbooks, Errors, GUI, Gobolinux, Gtk, Linux, SaveFile Classes: AggregateInformationFromTheExpandedCookbooks, ApplySedOperations, Autosymlink, AutoupdateThisProgram, BackupProgram, Base, BeautifyConfigureHelpOutput, BeautifySystem, BinaryNameBelongsToWhichProgram, Blfs, BuildDetector, BuildDirectory, ChainCompile, Chainer, ChangePrefix, CheckForDuplicateBinaries, CheckForInvalidCurrentSymlinks, CleanupSystemTags, Cmake, ColourMakeInstall, ColourizeParser, Commandline, Compile, CompileBase, CompileBaseSystem, CompileIntoHomeDir, CompileIntoHomeDirWithoutSymlinking, CompileStrategies, CompileViaEnvironmentVariableAsPrefix, ConfigLogParser, ConfigureString, Controller, ConvertToNonTraditional, ConvertToTraditional, CopyTheseArchives, CreateAndPopulatePkgconfigDirectory, CreateAppDirSkeleton, CreateBashScripts, CreateLogFile, CreatePackage, CreatePkgconfigFile, CreatePkgconfigFileForLua, CreateProgramVersionUrlFile, CreateRpmSpecFile, CreateShellScriptContainingTheseProgramsVersions, DetermineArchiveType, ExclusiveLogic, ExtraInformation, FeedbackBinariesOf, FeedbackInformation, FetchAllM4Macros, FileDoesNotExist, FindAlternativeArchive, FixPkgconfigFile, FlatpakUrlScanner, GatherInformation, GenerateFlatpakManifestFile, GenerateMachomebrewFormula, GenerateMakefile, GeneratePdfTutorial, GenerateRbtConfiguration, GenerateShellCompletion, GenerateShellscript, GenerateSqlTable, Headers, InstallGlibSchema, InstalledPrograms, Libtool, Make, MapThisInputToThatRegisteredProgram, NotAllowedDirectory, NotFoundLibraries, Ntrad, PackageRbtScripts, ParseConfigureHelp, PostInstall, PostinstallationStep, Prefix, ProblemsAndErrors, ProfileInstall, PurgeBinariesOfThisProgram, PurgeHeadersOfThisProgram, PurgeIncorrectYamlDirectoriesInTheProgramsHierarchy, PurgeLibrariesOfThisProgram, QueryBinaryToPackage, QueryFileAssociation, QueryHeaderToPackage, RegisterProgramFilesIntoGlobalDatabase, RegisterProgramFilesIntoYamlDatabase, RegisteredTags, RemoveAllSymlinks, RemoveEmptyDirectories, RemoveOutdatedArchives, RemoveProgram, RemovePrograms, RemoveSymlinks, ReplaceSymlinks, ReportMateDesktopVersion, ReportXfceVersion, RequiredDependenciesOn, ReverseDependencies, SaveTheAvailableProgramsVersions, Scons, SedWrapper, ShowAllAbout, ShowCompileChain, ShowDescriptionAndExtraInformation, ShowHowManyFilesAreTracked, ShowStatistics, ShowVersionsOfThesePrograms, SimpleVersionComparer, SimplifyRootEntries, Sinatra, StaticOverviewOfTheAvailableBinariesOnThisComputerSystem, SuggestCookbookFor, SymlinkAllPrograms, SymlinkAllUpcasedProgramsToDowncasedVariants, SymlinkGlibSchema, SymlinkHeaders, SymlinkIntoUsrLibDirectory, SymlinkPkgconfigFiles, SymlinkThisProgram, SystemCompilePossibilities, ToCurrent, Toolchain, UpdateEntry, UpdateSlackpkg, UrlAction, UseFlags, Users, VersionSwitcher

Constant Summary collapse

ColourMake =
Make
COLOURS =
#

COLOURS

#
::Colours
PROJECT_BASE_DIRECTORY =
#

RBT::PROJECT_BASE_DIRECTORY

#
File.absolute_path("#{__dir__}/..")+'/'
RBT_BASE_DIR =
#

RBT::RBT_BASE_DIR

#
PROJECT_BASE_DIRECTORY
PROJECT_BASE_DIR =
#

RBT::PROJECT_BASE_DIR

#
PROJECT_BASE_DIRECTORY
RUBY_RBT =
#

RBT::RUBY_RBT

#
PROJECT_BASE_DIRECTORY
PROJECT_YAML_DIRECTORY =
#

RBT::PROJECT_YAML_DIRECTORY

This constant specifies where our project-specific YAML files are to be kept - the yaml base directory.

There are several “aliases” to this constant here.

This constant will store a path, as String, such as this one here:

/Programs/Ruby/2.5.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.5.0/rbt/yaml/
#
"#{RBT.project_base_dir?}yaml/"
PROJECT_YAML_DIR =

PROJECT_YAML_DIR

PROJECT_YAML_DIRECTORY
RBT_YAML =
#

RBT_YAML

RBT_YAML is simply an alias to the above constant ^^^.

#
PROJECT_YAML_DIRECTORY
RBT_YAML_DIRECTORY =
#

RBT_YAML_DIRECTORY

#
PROJECT_YAML_DIRECTORY
VERSION =
#

RBT::VERSION

Which version does RBT have. Query via: RBT::VERSION. PROGRAM_VERSION is just an alias to it - stick to using VERSION instead “officially” whenever possible.

#
'0.8.105'
RBT_VERSION_NUMBER =

RBT_VERSION_NUMBER

VERSION
PROGRAM_VERSION =

PROGRAM_VERSION

VERSION
LAST_UPDATE =
#

RBT::LAST_UPDATE

This specifies when the RBT project was last updated. It should be updated whenever the VERSION constant changes.

#
'14.01.2021'
URL_TO_THE_DOCUMENTATION =
#

RBT::URL_TO_THE_DOCUMENTATION

#
"https://www.rubydoc.info/gems/rbt/#{VERSION}"
N =
#

N

#
"\n"
KDE_REGEX_FOR_REMOTE_ARCHIVES =
#

KDE_REGEX_FOR_REMOTE_ARCHIVES

This is the regex that can be used in order to obtain the proper remote URL to the individual KDE packages.

As an example, have a look here:

https://rubular.com/r/3ZX5Rz8soGqjsw
#
/<tr><td valign="top"><a href="(.+.tar.xz)"><img/
REGEXES_TO_SHOW_THE_SOURCE_DIRECTORY =
#

RBT::REGEXES_TO_SHOW_THE_SOURCE_DIRECTORY

These regexes can be used to show/check for the source directory.

#
[
  /^-?-?source(-|_| )?dir\??$/,
  /^-?-?source(-|_| )?archive\??$/,
  /^-?-?src(-|_| )?dir\??$/
]
REGEX_TO_SANITIZE_LIBRARIES =
#

REGEX_TO_SANITIZE_LIBRARIES

Use this regex if you wish to sanitize some libraries.

#
/(.+)\.{(\w+),(\w+)}?/
REGEX_TO_USE_FOR_FOR_GITHUB =
#

RBT::REGEX_TO_USE_FOR_FOR_GITHUB

This constant is used to grab archives from github.

These archives have a form like:

https://github.com/ninja-build/ninja/archive/v1.7.1.tar.gz

The following example on rubular shows how to use this:

http://rubular.com/r/xTVfP9TWKG

The match that will be returned is then a String such as:

v1.7.1.tar.gz
#
/^http.+\/archive\/(v.+)$/
ENCODING_UTF =
#

ENCODING_UTF

#
'UTF-8'
ENCODING_ISO =
#

ENCODING_ISO

#
'ISO-8859-1'
ISO_ENCODING =
ENCODING_ISO
USE_THIS_ENCODING =
#

USE_THIS_ENCODING

Main pointer towards the main Encoding for the RBT project.

#
ENCODING_UTF
USE_MAIN_ENCODING =

USE_MAIN_ENCODING

USE_THIS_ENCODING
NAMESPACE =
#

RBT::NAMESPACE

Which namespace we shall use for the RBT project may be defined here.

#
{
  namespace: 'RBT'
}
HOME_FOR_X =
#

RBT::HOME_FOR_X

This constant is mostly used on my home setup, so it will be fairly useless for other people.

#
'/home/x/'
HOME_DIRECTORY_FOR_USER_X =

HOME_DIRECTORY_FOR_USER_X

HOME_FOR_X
DOWNLOAD_KDE_ORG =
#

DOWNLOAD_KDE_ORG

#
'https://download.kde.org/'
REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_FRAMEWORKS =
#

RBT::REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_FRAMEWORKS

This URL should point to the latest KDE-frameworks release.

Presently, (08 September 2018) the latest KDE-frameworks release is 5.50.0 (the URL, oddly enough, does not include the trailing “0”). Subsequent releases neither have had a trailing “0”.

To batch-update from the commandline, try this:

update_kde_frameworks
updatekdeframeworks
#
"#{DOWNLOAD_KDE_ORG}stable/frameworks/5.78/"
REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_PORTING_AIDS =
#

RBT::REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_PORTING_AIDS

This constant must come after the constant REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_FRAMEWORKS has been defined.

To update these, try:

rbt --update_porting_aids
#
"#{REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_FRAMEWORKS}portingAids/"
REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_APPLICATIONS =
#

RBT::REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_APPLICATIONS

To batch-update these applications, do:

update_kde_applications
updatekdeapplications
#
"#{DOWNLOAD_KDE_ORG}stable/release-service/20.12.1/src/"
REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_PLASMA =
#

RBT::REMOTE_URL_FOR_KDE_PLASMA (plasma tag)

Always point to the latest KDE-Plasma (upstream) URL here with this constant, such as www.kde.org/info/plasma-5.14.3.php.

To invoke updating all KDE-plasma components from the commandline, you may issue the following command:

update_kde_plasma
updatekdeplasma
#
"#{DOWNLOAD_KDE_ORG}stable/plasma/5.20.5/"
REMOTE_DOWNLOAD_URL_FOR_KDE_PLASMA =
#

RBT::REMOTE_DOWNLOAD_URL_FOR_KDE_PLASMA

#
"#{DOWNLOAD_KDE_ORG}stable/plasma/"
REMOTE_PUB_MATE_DESKTOP_RELEASES =
#

RBT::REMOTE_PUB_MATE_DESKTOP_RELEASES

#
'http://pub.mate-desktop.org/releases/'
REMOTE_PUB_MATE_DESKTOP_RELEASES_LATEST_VERSION =
#

RBT::REMOTE_PUB_MATE_DESKTOP_RELEASES_LATEST_VERSION (mate tag)

This should be used as the base for the download-functionality in the file check_for_mate_desktop_updates.rb

This would correspond to an URL like:

http://pub.mate-desktop.org/releases/1.22/
#
"#{REMOTE_PUB_MATE_DESKTOP_RELEASES}1.22/"
REMOTE_DOWNLOAD_BASE_URL_FOR_LXQT =
#

REMOTE_DOWNLOAD_BASE_URL_FOR_LXQT

#
'https://downloads.lxqt.org/'
CURRENT_VERSION_OF_LXQT =
#

CURRENT_VERSION_OF_LXQT

Use this constant to keep track as to which lxqt version is the one that is currently tracked by RBT. It has to be manually updated (for now).

#
'0.14.1'
REMOTE_DOWNLOAD_URL_FOR_LXQT =
#

REMOTE_DOWNLOAD_URL_FOR_LXQT

The following constant should have an URL such as:

https://downloads.lxqt.org/0.14.1.html
#
"#{REMOTE_DOWNLOAD_BASE_URL_FOR_LXQT}#{CURRENT_VERSION_OF_LXQT}.html"
REMOTE_SLACKWARE_HOMEPAGE =
#

RBT::REMOTE_SLACKWARE_HOMEPAGE

#
'http://www.slackware.com/changelog/current.php?cpu=x86_64'
BASE_URL_TO_GNOME_SOURCES =
#

RBT::BASE_URL_TO_GNOME_SOURCES

#
'https://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/'
BLFS_CHANGELOG_WEBPAGE =
#

RBT::BLFS_CHANGELOG_WEBPAGE

#
'http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/cvs/introduction/changelog.html'
REMOTE_URL_TO_THE_MATE_DESKTOP_COMPONENTS =
#

RBT::REMOTE_URL_TO_THE_MATE_DESKTOP_COMPONENTS

This constant specifies where we can find the (remote) source code to the mate-desktop, via HTTP-file listing.

#
"#{REMOTE_PUB_MATE_DESKTOP_RELEASES_LATEST_VERSION}?C=M&O=D"
URL_TO_REMOTE_CHANGELOG =
#

URL_TO_REMOTE_CHANGELOG

Where to keep the remote changelog, if we make use of one that is.

#
'http://shevy.bplaced.net//rbt_changelog.html'
SHALL_WE_DEBUG =

default fallback.

DEBUG = false
TAR_XZ =
#

TAR_XZ

Several archive types are kept here.

#
'.tar.xz'
TARXZ =

TARXZ

TAR_XZ
TAR_BZ2 =
#

TAR_BZ2

#
'.tar.bz2'
TARBZ2 =

TARBZ2

TAR_BZ2
TAR_GZ =
#

TAR_GZ

#
'.tar.gz'
TARGZ =

TARGZ

TAR_GZ
ZIP =
#

RBT::ZIP

#
'.zip'
GEM =
#

GEM

#
'.gem'
LZ =
#

LZ

#
'.lz'
DEFAULT_ARCHIVE_TYPE =
#

RBT::DEFAULT_ARCHIVE_TYPE

This constant may be required so that other classes know which is the default archive. This can then be used to, for example, repackage archives into this format.

#
TAR_XZ
ARRAY_REGISTERED_ARCHIVES =
#

ARRAY_REGISTERED_ARCHIVES

Keep these archive formats registered in this Array.

#
[
  TAR_XZ,
  TAR_BZ2,
  TAR_GZ,
  ZIP,
  GEM,
  LZ
]
Cookbook =
#

RBT::Cookbook

#
Cookbooks::Cookbook
COOKBOOK_ALIASES =

This will be for most everyone else.

{}
RUBY_SRC_DIR =
#

RBT::RUBY_SRC_DIR

This deliberately hard-coded constant is for my home system - it helps speed up the development process if I can use such constants as shortcuts.

#
"#{HOME_FOR_X}DATA/PROGRAMMING_LANGUAGES/RUBY/src/"
RUBY_SRC_DIR_AT_HOME =

RUBY_SRC_DIR_AT_HOME

RUBY_SRC_DIR
RUBY_SRC_DIRECTORY =

RUBY_SRC_DIRECTORY

RUBY_SRC_DIR
RUBY_SRC =

RUBY_SRC

RUBY_SRC_DIR
RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT =
#

RBT::RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT

This constant is only useful on my home system.

It corresponds to:

/home/x/DATA/PROGRAMMING_LANGUAGES/RUBY/src/rbt/lib/rbt/
#
"#{RUBY_SRC_DIR}rbt/lib/rbt/"
ROEBE_PATH_TO_COOKBOOKS =

ROEBE_PATH_TO_COOKBOOKS

RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT
RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT_YAML =
#

RBT::RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT_YAML

This constant may correspond to the String “/home/x/DATA/PROGRAMMING_LANGUAGES/RUBY/src/rbt/lib/rbt/yaml/”.

#
"#{RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT}yaml/"
RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT_YAML_AT_HOME =
#

RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT_YAML_AT_HOME

#
RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT_YAML
RUBY_SRC_RBT_COOKBOOKS =
#

RBT::RUBY_SRC_RBT_COOKBOOKS

This constant refers to the following path on my home system:

/home/x/DATA/PROGRAMMING_LANGUAGES/RUBY/src/rbt/lib/rbt/yaml/cookbooks/
#
"#{RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT_YAML}cookbooks/"
USER_HOME_DIRECTORY =
#

USER_HOME_DIRECTORY

This constant can also be used in order to determine the home directory. It is recommended to use the method instead, though.

#
RBT.home_dir?
N_CHARACTERS_PER_LINE =
#

RBT::N_CHARACTERS_PER_LINE

Default value to be used for word-wrap splitting.

#
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CHAINED_PROGRAMS =

Use an empty hash in this case.

{}
SYSBIN_DIRECTORY =
#

RBT::SYSBIN_DIRECTORY

The following constant should not be used; instead, one should rather use the method RBT.sysbin_directory?, since that method also is set through the yaml-configuration.

Nonetheless there may be some situations where having a hardcoded default is useful, so this constant will remain part of the RBT project.

#
'/usr/bin/'
LOCATION_REGISTERED_TAGS =
#

LOCATION_REGISTERED_TAGS

cat $COOKBOOKS/yaml/registered_tags.yml

#
"#{RBT.yaml_directory?}registered_tags.yml"
YAML_FILE_REGISTERED_TAGS =

Otherwise, initialize as empty hash.

{}
ALL_TAGS =

ALL_TAGS

YAML_FILE_REGISTERED_TAGS
GNOME_FTP_URL =
#

GNOME_FTP_URL

#
'http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/sources/?C=M;O=D'
USE_FLAGS =
nil
USE_TAGS =
#

USE_TAGS

Whether to use (and thus symlink) tags. Can be changed via the yaml configuration file.

#
@configuration.use_tags
USE_ABSOLUTE_SYMLINKING =
#

RBT::USE_ABSOLUTE_SYMLINKING

#
@configuration.use_absolute_symlinking
REPORT_SPECIFIC_PROGRAM_NAME =
#

REPORT_SPECIFIC_PROGRAM_NAME

#
@configuration.report_specific_program_name
CAPITALIZE_PROGRAM_NAMES =
#

CAPITALIZE_PROGRAM_NAME

Whether we should capitalize the program names or not. The difference will then be e. g. “htop” versus “Htop”.

#
@configuration.capitalize_program_names
CAPITALIZE_PROGRAM_NAME =
CAPITALIZE_PROGRAM_NAMES
STOP_ON_ERROR =
#

STOP_ON_ERROR

Whether we stop on error or not.

#
@configuration.stop_on_error
YAML_DATABASE_DIRECTORY =
#

YAML_DATABASE_DIRECTORY

Directory definition to use our yaml databases.

#
RBT.rbt_log_directory?
TRY_TO_DOWNLOAD_IF_NOT_FOUND =
#

RBT::TRY_TO_DOWNLOAD_IF_NOT_FOUND

Whether to try and download a program if we can not find it locally.

#
RBT.configuration?.try_to_download_if_not_found
FILE_REGISTERED_BINARIES =
#

FILE_REGISTERED_BINARIES

This may be a file path such as:

/home/Programs/Ruby/2.7.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.7.0/rbt/yaml/registered/binaries.yml

cat $COOKBOOKS/yaml/registered_binaries.yml

#
"#{RBT.yaml_directory_for_the_registered_yaml_files?}binaries.yml"
YAML_FILE_REGISTERED_BINARIES =

Otherwise, initialize as empty hash.

{}
ALL_BINARIES =

ALL_BINARIES

YAML_FILE_REGISTERED_BINARIES
TABULATOR =
#

RBT::TABULATOR

#
"\t"
GOBOLINUX_LAYOUT =
#

RBT::GOBOLINUX_LAYOUT

This constant is probably only needed for gobolinux systems.

#
"#{ENV['GOBOLINUX_LAYOUT']}"
REGISTER_COMPILED_PROGRAM =
#

RBT::REGISTER_COMPILED_PROGRAM

Whether we should register compiled programs or not.

#
true
COMPILE_EVERYTHING_INTO_STANDALONE_DIRECTORY =
#

RBT::COMPILE_EVERYTHING_INTO_STANDALONE_DIRECTORY

Whether to compile everything into a standalone directory or not.

#
false
SHELL_ERROR_CODE =
#

RBT::SHELL_ERROR_CODE

Shell Error code - to append.

#
' 2>&1'
ERROR_LINE =
SHELL_ERROR_CODE
DEFAULT_PROGRAM_ENTRY =
#

RBT::DEFAULT_PROGRAM_ENTRY

#
'htop'
DEFAULT_ENTRY =

an “alias” to the above ^^^

DEFAULT_PROGRAM_ENTRY
FILE_CPUINFO =
#

RBT::FILE_CPUINFO

#
'/proc/cpuinfo'
HOST_CPU =
#

HOST_CPU

The host CPU that the scripts are running on.

#
RbConfig::CONFIG['host_cpu']
TARGET_CPU =
#

TARGET_CPU

The target CPU that we are running on.

#
RbConfig::CONFIG['target_cpu']
MAKE_COMMAND_TO_USE =
#

RBT::MAKE_COMMAND_TO_USE

Which make command to use by default.

#
'make'
CHECK_FOR_BINARY_NAMES =
#

RBT::CHECK_FOR_BINARY_NAMES

#
true
CHECK_FOR_LIBRARY_NAMES =
#

RBT::CHECK_FOR_LIBRARY_NAMES

#
true
SHOW_EXTRA_INFORMATION =
#

RBT::SHOW_EXTRA_INFORMATION

#
true
LINUX =
#

RBT::LINUX

#
"#{ENV['LINUX']}"
DIRECTORY_INDIVIDUAL_COOKBOOKS_AT_ROEBE_HOME =
#

DIRECTORY_INDIVIDUAL_COOKBOOKS_AT_ROEBE_HOME

This constant is used mostly on my home system.

#
"#{RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT_YAML}cookbooks/"
COOKBOOKS_BASE_DIRECTORY =
#

RBT::COOKBOOKS_BASE_DIRECTORY

The following constant is actually only useful for my home system, and only if I don't use any other setting. So this is mostly just here for legacy reasons.

#
"#{HOME_DIRECTORY_FOR_USER_X}DATA/PROGRAMMING_LANGUAGES/RUBY/src/rbt/lib/rbt/yaml/cookbooks/"
RBT_HOMEPAGE_URL =
#

RBT::RBT_HOMEPAGE_URL

The RBT Homepage is defined here.

#
'https://rubygems.org/gems/rbt'
DEFAULT_COLOUR_TO_USE =
#

RBT::DEFAULT_COLOUR_TO_USE

Specify what is our main colour to use for the Cookbooks project.

#
"\e[0;32m"
ARRAY_HELP_OPTIONS =
#

ARRAY_HELP_OPTIONS (help tag)

All the help options are stored here. These are the ones that work on e. g. “rbt –help”.

#
%w(
  HELP -h --help --help? help hel he h
  display_standard_help_options
)+['Display help']
HASH_ENGLISH_NUMBERS =
#

HASH_ENGLISH_NUMBERS

#
{
  'one'   => 1,
  'two'   => 2,
  'three' => 3,
  'four'  => 4,
  'five'  => 5,
  'six'   => 6,
  'seven' => 7,
  'eight' => 8,
  'nine'  => 9
}
ARRAY_HELP_VERSION_OPTIONS =
#

ARRAY_HELP_VERSION_OPTIONS

#
%w(
  --version?
  --version
  version?
  VERSION
  version
)
ARRAY_SPECIAL_COMPONENT_CONTAINING_MANY_SUBCOMPONENTS =
#

ARRAY_SPECIAL_COMPONENT_CONTAINING_MANY_SUBCOMPONENTS

Here we add constants that can be used like in this way:

ry --plasma1
ry --gnome3
#
%w(
  kde
  kde_apps
  mate
  game
  xfce
  xorg
  gnome
  plasma
  lxqt
  portingaids
)
FILE_REGISTERED_LIBRARIES =
#

FILE_REGISTERED_LIBRARIES

This may be a file path such as:

/Programs/Ruby/2.4.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.4.0/rbt/yaml/registered_libraries.yml

cat $RBT/yaml/registered_libraries.yml

#
"#{RBT.yaml_directory_for_the_registered_yaml_files?}libraries.yml"
YAML_FILE_REGISTERED_LIBRARIES =

Otherwise, initialize as empty hash.

{}
ALL_LIBRARIES =

ALL_LIBRARIES

YAML_FILE_REGISTERED_LIBRARIES
FILE_REGISTERED_GIR_FILES =
#

FILE_REGISTERED_GIR_FILES

#
"#{RBT.yaml_directory_for_the_registered_yaml_files?}gir_files.yml"
FILE_SETUP_PY =
#

RBT::FILE_SETUP_PY

This constant can be useful if you have to install a program that depends on the file 'setup.py'.

#
'setup.py'
FILE_SCONS =
#

FILE_SCONS

#
'SConstruct'
FILE_WAF =
#

FILE_WAF

#
'waf'
FILE_CMAKE_LISTS =
#

FILE_CMAKE_LISTS

#
'CMakeLists.txt'
ConfigureHelp =
#

RBT::ConfigureHelp

#
ParseConfigureHelp
REGISTERED_COOKBOOK_ENTRIES =
[]
FILE_REGISTERED_PKGCONFIG_FILES =
#

FILE_REGISTERED_PKGCONFIG_FILES

#
"#{RBT.yaml_directory_for_the_registered_yaml_files?}pkgconfig_files.yml"
DEPOT_DIR =
#

RBT::DEPOT_DIR

Hardcoded path to the depot-directory.

#
'/Depot/'
USR_INCLUDE_DIR =
#

RBT::USR_INCLUDE_DIR

This can be standalone because it will be ALWAYS absolute, pointing towards “/usr/include/”.

#
'/usr/include/'
LAST_DOWNLOADED_FILE =
#

RBT::LAST_DOWNLOADED_FILE

#
"#{RBT.home_dir?}LAST_DOWNLOADED_FILE.md"
FILE_USE_FLAGS =
#

RBT::FILE_USE_FLAGS

#
"#{_}use_flags.yml"
FILE_ABBREVIATIONS =
#

FILE_ABBREVIATIONS

Note that this file will store only abbreviations to the programs, not the name of the program at hand.

On my home system this file may reside here:

/home/x/DATA/PROGRAMMING_LANGUAGES/RUBY/src/rbt/lib/rbt/yaml/abbreviations_to_the_programs.yml
#
"#{_}abbreviations_to_the_programs.yml"
FILE_COOKBOOK_ALIASES =
#

RBT::FILE_COOKBOOK_ALIASES

#
"#{_}cookbook_aliases.yml"
FILE_WINDOWS_COOKBOOK =
#

RBT::FILE_WINDOWS_COOKBOOK

#
"#{_}windows_cookbook.yml"
FILE_COMPILE_HOOKS =
#

RBT::FILE_COMPILE_HOOKS

#
"#{_}compile_hooks.yml"
FILE_TIME_COMPILATION =
#

RBT::FILE_TIME_COMPILATION

#
"#{_}configuration/time_compilation.yml"
FILE_PROGRAMS_DIRECTORY =
#

FILE_PROGRAMS_DIRECTORY

#
"#{_}configuration/programs_directory.yml"
FILE_TRY_TO_USE_THE_FILE_WINDOWS_COOKBOOK =
#

FILE_TRY_TO_USE_THE_FILE_WINDOWS_COOKBOOK

#
"#{_}configuration/try_to_use_the_file_windows_cookbook.yml"
FILE_USE_MD5SUM =
#

RBT::FILE_USE_MD5SUM

#
"#{_}configuration/use_md5sum.yml"
FILE_USE_PORG =
#

RBT::FILE_USE_PORG

#
"#{_}configuration/use_porg.yml"
FILE_SHORT_TUTORIAL =
#

RBT::FILE_SHORT_TUTORIAL

#
"#{RBT.project_base_dir?}tutorial/short_tutorial.md"
SPECIFICATION_OF_REGISTERED_COOKBOOK_ENTRIES =
YAML.load_file(
  RBT.file_specification_of_registered_cookbook_entries
)
FILE_PROGRAMS_VERSION =
#

RBT::FILE_PROGRAMS_VERSION

This file, when existing, holds a shorter name: version dataset for all programs.

#
"#{_}programs_version/programs_version.yml"
FILE_BUILD_SYSTEM_PRIORITIES =
#

FILE_BUILD_SYSTEM_PRIORITIES

#
"#{_}build_systems_priorities.yml"
FILE_DEBUG =
#

RBT::FILE_DEBUG

The debug file.

#
"#{RBT.configuration_directory?}debug.yml"
FILE_STORING_THE_TIME_IT_TOOK_TO_COMPILE_PROGRAMS =
#

FILE_STORING_THE_TIME_IT_TOOK_TO_COMPILE_PROGRAMS

Ideally do not use this constant, but the method defined below instead.

#
"#{RBT.log_directory?}database_storing_compile_times.yml"
FILE_CCACHE =
#

RBT::FILE_CCACHE

#
"#{_}configuration/use_ccache.yml"
FILE_BUILD_SYSTEMS_PRIORITIES =
#

FILE_BUILD_SYSTEMS_PRIORITIES

#
"#{_}build_systems_priorities.yml"
FILE_IS_ON_GOBOLINUX =
#

RBT::FILE_IS_ON_GOBOLINUX

This file may be generated by RBT if you issue any of the following commands:

rbt --is-on-gobolinux
rbt --isongobolinux
rbt isongobolinux
#
"#{RBT.log_directory?}is_on_gobolinux"
FILE_COOKBOOK_CHAINED_PROGRAMS =
#

RBT::FILE_COOKBOOK_CHAINED_PROGRAMS

Easier constant to keep track of the chained cookbook-programs. In this context, a chain means a successive run of programs that are to be compiled.

This will then yield to a path such as the following:

/Programs/Ruby/2.5.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.5.0/rbt/yaml/cookbook_chained_programs.yml
#
"#{_}chained_programs.yml"
FILE_GLOBAL_FLAGS =
#

RBT::FILE_GLOBAL_FLAGS

#
"#{_}global_flags.yml"
ROEBE_FILE_GLOBAL_FLAGS =
#

RBT::ROEBE_FILE_GLOBAL_FLAGS

This constant here is only for my home system, hence the prefix ROEBE in it.

#
"#{RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT_YAML}"\
"#{File.basename(FILE_GLOBAL_FLAGS)}"
FILE_LAST_COMPILED_PROGRAM =
#

FILE_LAST_COMPILED_PROGRAM

The YAML file containing the last compiled program. You should use the method RBT.file_last_compiled_program instead, though, as this one is more dynamic.

#
"#{RBT.log_directory?}last_compiled_programs.yml"
FILE_BASE_TEMPLATE_FOR_COOKBOOK_YAML_FILES =
#

FILE_BASE_TEMPLATE_FOR_COOKBOOK_YAML_FILES

This constant specifies the path to the base-template file that can be used for creating new .yml files, for the RBT::Cookbooks namespace.

#
PROJECT_BASE_DIR+'cookbooks/template/base_template_for_cookbook_yaml_files.md'
DIRECTORY_RBT_PROFILES =
#

RBT::DIRECTORY_RBT_PROFILES

This may be a path such as:

/home/Programs/Ruby/2.6.5/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.6.0/rbt/misc/profiles/
#
"#{PROJECT_BASE_DIR}misc/profiles/"
DIRECTORY_TO_THE_PROFILES =

DIRECTORY_TO_THE_PROFILES

DIRECTORY_RBT_PROFILES
FILE_REGISTERED_HEADERS =
#

FILE_REGISTERED_HEADERS

Prefer to use the method RBT.file_registered_headers instead.

#
"#{_}registered/registered_headers.yml"
REMOTE_URL_TO_THE_HOMEBREW_FORMULAS =
#

RBT::REMOTE_URL_TO_THE_HOMEBREW_FORMULAS

#
'https://formulae.brew.sh/formula/'
CreateSlackwarePackage =
#

RBT::CreateSlackwarePackage

#
RBT::Linux::Slackware::CreateSlackwarePackage
HASH_INSTALLATION_INSTRUCTIONS =
#

RBT::HASH_INSTALLATION_INSTRUCTIONS

This Hash gives us an easier handle to sanitize our data.

It has some constant-shortcuts that are convenient for use lateron.

For instance, RINSTALL means “ruby install”, PINSTALL means “python install”.

#
{}
InstallThisSlackwarePackage =
#

RBT::InstallThisSlackwarePackage

#
RBT::Linux::Slackware::InstallThisSlackwarePackage

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Class Method Details

.all_binaries?Boolean

#

RBT.all_binaries?

Get back all registered binaries.

This is guaranteed to return a Hash.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/all_binaries.rb', line 46

def self.all_binaries?
  ALL_BINARIES
end

.all_headers?Boolean

#

RBT.all_headers?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_headers.rb', line 234

def self.all_headers?
  RBT::Cookbooks.all_headers?
end

.all_libraries?Boolean

#

RBT.all_libraries?

Get back all registered libraries.

This is guaranteed to return a Hash.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/all_libraries.rb', line 52

def self.all_libraries?
  ALL_LIBRARIES
end

.all_tags?Boolean

#

RBT.all_tags?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_tags.rb', line 47

def self.all_tags?
  ALL_TAGS
end

.all_urls(optional_commands = nil) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.all_urls

This is simply a convenience method.

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/cookbooks/all_urls.rb', line 249

def self.all_urls(optional_commands = nil)
  RBT::Cookbooks::AllUrls.new(optional_commands)
end

.append_error_message(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.append_error_message

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/error_message.rb', line 35

def self.append_error_message(i)
  @error_message << i
end

.append_what_into(what, into) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.append_what_into

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/save_file.rb', line 95

def self.append_what_into(what, into)
  RBT::SaveFile.append_what_into(what, into)
end

.are_we_on_gobolinux?Boolean

#

RBT.are_we_on_gobolinux?

This method can help us when we wish to determine whether we are on GoboLinux or whether we are not.

Note that this will return a “static” result. If you need a value that is dynamic, you ought to query an instance variable instead.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/gobolinux.rb', line 37

def self.are_we_on_gobolinux?
  return_this = false
  use_this_env_key = 'IS_ON_GOBOLINUX'
  if ENV.has_key? use_this_env_key
    if ENV[use_this_env_key].to_s == '1'
      return_this = true
    end
  elsif File.exist? FILE_IS_ON_GOBOLINUX
    return_this = true
  elsif GOBOLINUX_LAYOUT.to_s == '1' # The constant GOBOLINUX_LAYOUT is a String.
    return_this = true
  elsif File.exist?(RBT.file_is_on_gobolinux) and
        (File.read(RBT.file_is_on_gobolinux).strip.to_s == '1')
    return_this = true
  elsif is_this_a_real_gobolinux_system?
    return_this = true
  end
  return return_this
end

.array_all_rubygemsObject

#

RBT.array_all_rubygems

This method will return all rubygems, as an Array.

This can then be used in other programs, such as in RBT to batch-install all rubygems.

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/array_all_rubygems.rb', line 18

def self.array_all_rubygems
  # ======================================================================= #
  # This is a bit hack-ish, but it is also fast. We will scan for entries
  # that hold the content 'url1:'; and also the substring '.gem' within
  # that entry. Other entries will be ignored.
  # ======================================================================= #
  array = []
  # ======================================================================= #
  # Obtain all .yml files first:
  # ======================================================================= #
  all_yaml_files = Dir["#{RBT.individual_cookbooks_directory?}*.yml"]
  all_yaml_files.each {|path_to_the_yaml_file|
    name_of_the_program = File.basename(path_to_the_yaml_file.sub(/\.yml$/,''))
    dataset_of_the_program = File.read(path_to_the_yaml_file)
    if dataset_of_the_program =~ /^ url1: .*\.gem$/
      # =================================================================== #
      # In this case we will assume that it is a ruby .gem file, so we
      # add it into the Array that will be returned.
      # =================================================================== #
      array << name_of_the_program
    end
  }
  array.sort # Keep it sorted, for easier reading.
end

.array_binary_duplicates(from_this_directory = :default, to = :default) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.array_binary_duplicates

This method will return an Array of all “/usr/bin/” binary duplicates, or from wherever else you wish to get the listing of duplicates. The default target is “/usr/bin/” but you could also pass in the argument “/usr/bin/”, as second argument to this method.

The first argument to this method is the directory where your main binaries should reside at. On GoboLinux-like systems, this will default to '/System/Index/bin'.

Invocation example for this method from within ruby code:

array = RBT.array_binary_duplicates
#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/check_for_binary_duplicates.rb', line 30

def self.array_binary_duplicates(
    from_this_directory = :default,
    to                  = :default
  )
  # ======================================================================= #
  # The following two case-menus will handle the :default arguments
  # passed. The default is, on my home system, for '/System/Index/bin/'
  # as the first argument, and for '/usr/bin/' as the second argument
  # to this method here.
  # ======================================================================= #
  case from_this_directory
  when :default
    from_this_directory = SYSBIN_DIRECTORY
  end
  case to
  when :default
    to = '/usr/bin/'
  end
  array = []
  Dir["#{from_this_directory}*"].each {|this_file| # Return the Array here.
    name_of_the_program = File.basename(this_file)
    target_file = "#{to}#{name_of_the_program}"
    if File.exist? target_file
      array << target_file
    end
  }
  return array
end

.array_these_ruby_gems_were_updated?Boolean

#

RBT.array_these_ruby_gems_were_updated?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/update_all_ruby_gems.rb', line 21

def self.array_these_ruby_gems_were_updated?
  @array_these_ruby_gems_were_updated
end

.audio_directory?Boolean

#

RBT.audio_directory?

Where to keep audio/sound files. (Not a very important constant; it is mostly for my own home system really.)

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/configuration/configuration.rb', line 26

def self.audio_directory?
  @configuration.audio_dir
end

.author_name?Boolean

#

RBT.author_name?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/author_name.rb', line 10

def self.author_name?
  'Robert A. Heiler'
end

.automatically_create_package?Boolean

#

RBT.automatically_create_package?

Whether or not to create a package automatically.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/configuration/configuration.rb', line 82

def self.automatically_create_package?
  @configuration.automatically_create_package
end

.autoswitch_python?Boolean

#

RBT.autoswitch_python?

Whether to autoswitch python or whether to not autoswitch python.

If set to true then RBT will attempt to switch to another python version, if it is available. It will try to do so only once, though.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/configuration/configuration.rb', line 174

def self.autoswitch_python?
  RBT.configuration?.autoswitch_python
end

.available_programs?(extra_arguments = nil) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.available_programs?

This method will return an Array of all available (registered or otherwise made known) programs.

By default it will return a list of programs from the given .yml files.

The optional argument allows us to also use abbreviations, if the argument is the Symbol called :include_abbreviations, :include_aliases or :with_aliases. (These symbols are aliases and do the same.)

The reason why this is not enabled by default is primarily because many other files are only interested in the directly registered programs.

The aliases will at first appear in a Hash, with key->value pairs such as:

"gnomewe"=>"gnomeweather"

Obviously we are here only interested in the keys, which is why the code below will use the method .keys().

Keep in mind that whenever you wish to compile one such program, you need to check to which the program may point at.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/available_programs.rb', line 60

def self.available_programs?(
    extra_arguments = nil
  )
  array = determine_available_programs
  case extra_arguments
  when :include_abbreviations,
       :include_aliases,
       :with_aliases,
       :with_abbreviations
    keys = @hash_aliases_to_the_available_programs.keys
    array << keys
  else
    if extra_arguments.is_a? Symbol
      e "Warning - not registered Symbol called :#{extra_arguments.to_s}"
    end
  end
  # ======================================================================= #
  # The resulting Array that will be returned from this method will
  # always be sorted and contain only unique entries:
  # ======================================================================= #
  array = array.flatten.uniq.sort
  array # Return the Array finally.
end

.batch_compile(i = ARGV, try_to_use_chained_programs = true) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.batch_compile

This method can be used to batch compile programs.

The second argument to this method controls as to whether we will make use of chained programs or not.

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def self.batch_compile(
    i = ARGV, try_to_use_chained_programs = true
  )
  i = [i].flatten.compact
  compile_object = RBT::Compile.new { :do_not_run_yet }
  i.each {|compile_this_program|
    if compile_this_program.is_a?(String) and compile_this_program.include?(',')
      compile_this_program = compile_this_program.split(',').map(&:strip)
    end
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Obtain the Array next that will hold our chained programs.
    # ===================================================================== #
    if RBT.chained_programs?.include? compile_this_program and
      try_to_use_chained_programs 
      compile_this_program = RBT.chained_programs?[compile_this_program]
    end
    compile_object.set_compile_these_programs(i)
    compile_object.run
    compile_object.reset
  }
end

.blfs(i = 'curl') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.blfs

This will, as String, return the result of a “blfs-query”. If the program at hand has no BLSF entry then nil will be returned.

Invocation example:

x = RBT.blfs(:openssl) # => http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/view/development/chapter06/openssl.html
x = RBT.blfs(:zvbi) # => nil
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def self.blfs(i = 'curl')
  RBT::Blfs.new(i.to_sym) { :no_colours_be_quiet }.result?
end

.build_type?Boolean

#

RBT.build_type?

This should default to the current directory.

The method will return a Symbol, such as :configure or :cmake.

If the build type can not be determined then :unknown will be returned.

Usage examples:

RBT.build_type? # => :configure
RBT.build_type? # => :cmake
#

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def self.build_type?
  RBT::BuildDetector.build_type?
end

.chained_programs?(i = RBT.file_cookbook_chained_programs) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.chained_programs?

Simply return the dataset from the yaml file here.

The file that is used here is the file chained_programs.yml, which you can access via:

bl $RSRC/rbt/lib/rbt/yaml/chained_programs.yml
#

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def self.chained_programs?(
    i = RBT.file_cookbook_chained_programs
  )
  YAML.load_file(i)
end

.change_directory(i) ⇒ Object

#

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def self.change_directory(i)
  Dir.chdir(i)
end

.check_and_report_whether_file_exists(i, optional_cookbook_object = nil) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.check_and_report_whether_file_exists

The first argument to this method must be the path to the archive.

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def self.check_and_report_whether_file_exists(
    i,
    optional_cookbook_object = nil
  )
  i = i.to_s
  unless File.exist? i
    opnn; Colours.ewarn 'This archive does not exist locally, at'
    opnn; Colours.ewarn "  `#{Colours.sfile(i)}#{swarn('`')}"
    if optional_cookbook_object
      if optional_cookbook_object.do_not_download?
        opnn; e 'This is, however had, no problem as it will not'
        opnn; e 'be downloaded anyway.'
      end
    end
    cliner :lightblue
  end
end

.check_for_binary_duplicatesObject

#

RBT.check_for_binary_duplicates

This method will check for binary duplicates in the directory /usr/bin/.

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def self.check_for_binary_duplicates
  array_binary_duplicates.each {|target_file|
    surrounded_target_file = "`#{target_file}`"
    colourized_target_file = sfile(surrounded_target_file)
    padded_and_colourized_target_file = colourized_target_file.ljust(70)
    e "Yes, #{padded_and_colourized_target_file} is a duplicate."
  }
end

.check_for_invalid_entries_in_this_cookbook(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

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This method will also check for invalid entries in the given cookbook .yml file.

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def self.check_for_invalid_entries_in_this_cookbook(i = ARGV)
  ::RBT::Cookbooks::CheckForInvalidEntriesInThisCookbook.new(i)
end

.check_if_source_directories_existObject

#

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def self.check_if_source_directories_exist
  RBT::Cookbooks::CheckIfSourceDirectoriesExist.new
end

.check_this_cookbook_file_for_errors(this_file = "#{RUBY_SRC_RBT_COOKBOOKS}jasper.yml") ⇒ Object

#

RBT.check_this_cookbook_file_for_errors

The first file should be an existing .yml file holding the dataset that may be faulty.

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def self.check_this_cookbook_file_for_errors(
    this_file =
      "#{RUBY_SRC_RBT_COOKBOOKS}jasper.yml"
  )
  if this_file.is_a? Array
    this_file = this_file.first
  end
  if this_file.nil?
    this_file = "#{RUBY_SRC_RBT_COOKBOOKS}jasper.yml"
  end
  if File.exist? this_file
    registered_cookbook_entries = RBT.registered_cookbook_entries?
    dataset = YAML.load_file(this_file)
    key = dataset.keys.first
    available_entries_from_the_cookbooks_file = dataset[key].keys
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Next, obtain the entries that were not registered. Keep in mind
    # that this Array may be entry.
    # ===================================================================== #
    these_entries_were_not_registered = available_entries_from_the_cookbooks_file.reject {|entry|
      registered_cookbook_entries.include? entry
    }
    unless these_entries_were_not_registered.empty?
      opn; e 'The file at `'+sfile(this_file)+'`'
      opn; e 'contains at the least one erroneous entry.'
      these_entries_were_not_registered.each {|this_entry_is_not_included|
        opn; e 'The entry `'+sfancy(this_entry_is_not_included)+'` is not registered.'
      }
    else
      opn; e 'Everything is fine for '+sfile(this_file)+'.'
      opn; e 'It has '+RBT.violet('no incorrect entries')+'.'
    end
  else
    opn; e 'No file exists at '+this_file+'.'
  end
end

.check_whether_this_yaml_file_has_two_url1_entries(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.check_whether_this_yaml_file_has_two_url1_entries

The argument to this method should be the local file path, e. g. “foobar.yml”, as a String. Make sure that the file exists before calling this method here.

Usage example:

RBT.check_whether_this_yaml_file_has_two_url1_entries('xcbutilerrors.yml')
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def self.check_whether_this_yaml_file_has_two_url1_entries(i = ARGV)
  _ = ::RBT::Cookbooks::CheckForInvalidEntriesInThisCookbook.new(i) { :do_not_run_yet }
  return _.check_whether_this_yaml_file_has_two_url1_entries(:default, i)
end

.chmod(this_file, permission = 0755) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.chmod (chmod tag)

Use this method to chmod a file or a directory. It also works with several files/directories passed in as Array.

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def self.chmod(
    this_file,
    permission = 0755
  )
  if this_file.is_a? Array
    this_file.each { |file| chmod(file, permission) }
  else
    File.chmod(permission.to_i, this_file)
  end
end

.chroot_compile(this_program = ARGV, use_this_as_prefix = '/Depot/Chroot/') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.chroot_compile

This method can be used to chroot-compile a given program, that is, to compile it INTO the chroot.

This is mostly a “hackish” method in that I needed it to quickly compile programs into my main chroot, for when I build it up.

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def self.chroot_compile(
    this_program       = ARGV,
    use_this_as_prefix = '/Depot/Chroot/'
  )
  if this_program.is_a? Array
    this_program.map! {|entry|
      if entry =~ /^\d+$/ # If it is a number.
        dataset = YAML.load_file(RBT.file_installation_procedere)['default']
        entry = dataset[entry.to_i - 1]
      end
      entry
    }
  end
  RBT::Compile.new(this_program) {{
    use_this_as_prefix: use_this_as_prefix
  }}
end

.cliner(use_this_token = '=', use_this_colour = nil, &block) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.cliner

This method accepts block-parameters such as :unicode, which will be “converted” into a corresponding horizontal line via a certain unicode block-symbol.

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def self.cliner(
    use_this_token  = '=',
    use_this_colour = nil,
    &block
  )
  case use_this_token
  when :do_not_use_colours
    use_this_token = '='
    use_this_colour = nil
  when :default
    use_this_token = '='
  end
  case use_this_colour
  when :default
    use_this_colour = nil
  end
  if block_given?
    yielded = yield
    case yielded
    when :unicode_middle_horizontal_bar
      begin
        # ================================================================= #
        # Fetch the unicode block here.
        # ================================================================= #
        require 'roebe/requires/require_unicode.rb'
        use_this_token = ::Roebe.horizontal_double_bar
      rescue LoadError
      end
    when :unicode
      begin
        # ================================================================= #
        # Fetch the unicode block here.
        # ================================================================= #
        require 'roebe/requires/require_unicode.rb'
        use_this_token = ::Roebe.return_horizontal_unicode_block
      rescue LoadError
      end
    end
  end
  use_this_colour = nil
  if use_this_token.is_a? Hash
    if use_this_token.has_key? :use_colour
      use_this_colour = use_this_token[:use_colour]
      use_this_token = '=' # Restore the default in this case.
    end
  end
  case use_this_token
  when nil, :default
    use_this_token = '=' # <- Restore to the default in this case.
  end
  if use_this_colour
    if use_this_colour.to_s.start_with?('konsole_dodgerblue') and
      !use_this_colour.to_s.include?('colour_')
      # ================================================================= #
      # In this case, rewrite the colour-code a little, such as from
      # 'konsole_dodgerblue' towards 'konsole_colour_blue'.
      # ================================================================= #
      use_this_colour = 'konsole_colour_'+use_this_colour.to_s.split('_').last
    end
    puts ::Colours::AllColourMethods.send(use_this_colour, (use_this_token * 80))
  else
    if use_this_token.is_a? Symbol
      use_this_token = ::Colours::AllColourMethods.send(use_this_token, '=')
    end
    puts (use_this_token * 80)
  end 
end

.colour_make(&block) ⇒ Object

#

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def self.colour_make(&block)
  RBT::Make.new(&block).run
end

.colour_make_install(&block) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.colour_make_install

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def self.colour_make_install(&block)
  RBT::ColourMakeInstall.new(&block)
end

.commandline_options?Boolean

#

RBT.commandline_options?

#

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def self.commandline_options?
  @commandline_options
end

.compile_strategies?Boolean

#

RBT.compile_strategies?

#

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def self.compile_strategies?
  RBT::CompileStrategies.new
end

.compile_these_programs?Boolean

#

RBT.compile_these_programs?

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def self.compile_these_programs?
  @compile_these_programs
end

.compile_via_appdir_prefix_without_symlinking(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.compile_via_appdir_prefix_without_symlinking

This method will compile via a versioned AppDir approach, but will not symlink after compilation has finished.

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def self.compile_via_appdir_prefix_without_symlinking(i = ARGV)
  i = [i].flatten.compact
  i.each {|this_program|
    _ = Compile.new(this_program) {{
      run_already: :do_not_run_yet,
      symlink_after_compilation_has_finished: false
    }}
    _.do_use_an_appdir_prefix
    _.run
  }
end

.compile_via_environment_variable_as_prefix(compile_these_programs = ARGV, use_this_environment_variable = :default) ⇒ Object

#

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def self.compile_via_environment_variable_as_prefix(
    compile_these_programs        = ARGV,
    use_this_environment_variable = :default
  )
  RBT::CompileViaEnvironmentVariableAsPrefix.new(
    compile_these_programs, use_this_environment_variable
  )
end

.configuration?Boolean

#

RBT.configuration?

Query method over the configuration-object.

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def self.configuration?
  @configuration
end

.configuration_directory?Boolean

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RBT.configuration_directory?

#

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def self.configuration_directory?
  @configuration_directory
end

.configuration_has_been_initialized_already?Boolean

#

RBT.configuration_has_been_initialized_already?

#

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def self.configuration_has_been_initialized_already?
  !@configuration.nil?
end

.configure_appdir_prefix(i = return_pwd) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.configure_appdir_prefix

This method will return the AppDir prefix, based on the given input, which defaults to the current working directory.

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def self.configure_appdir_prefix(
    i = return_pwd
  )
  i = i.first if i.is_a? Array
  if i.nil? or i.empty?
    i = return_pwd
  end
  target = File.basename(i)
  _ = './configure --prefix='+
      programs_dir?+
      ProgramInformation.return_name(target).capitalize+'/'+
      ProgramInformation.return_version(target)+
      '/'
  e _
end

.configure_has_a_higher_priority_than_meson?Boolean

#

RBT.configure_has_a_higher_priority_than_meson?

This method will return true if “configure” has a higher priority than “meson”. A yaml file keeps track of these priorities, so if you wish to change the priority, you have to modify the content of that .yml file.

The name of that yaml file:

build_systems_priorities.yml
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def self.configure_has_a_higher_priority_than_meson?
  array = YAML.load_file(FILE_BUILD_SYSTEMS_PRIORITIES)
  array.index('configure') < array.index('meson')
end

.convert_global_env(i) ⇒ Object

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def self.convert_global_env(i)
  unless Object.const_defined? :ConvertGlobalEnv
    begin
      require 'convert_global_env'
    rescue LoadError; end
  end
  i = i.first if i.is_a? Array
  if Object.const_defined? :ConvertGlobalEnv and
     i.include?('$') # Assume an ENV variable here.
    i = ConvertGlobalEnv.convert(i.dup).dup
  end
  return i
end

.cookbook(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.cookbook

Easier toplevel method to create a new cookbook-instance. Use with care, though.

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def self.cookbook(i)
  RBT::Cookbooks::Cookbook.new(i)
end

.cookbook_aliasesObject

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RBT.cookbook_aliases

This will return the registered/available keys, in a sorted manner.

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def self.cookbook_aliases
  COOKBOOK_ALIASES.keys.sort
end

.cookbook_aliases?Boolean

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RBT.cookbook_aliases?

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def self.cookbook_aliases?
  COOKBOOK_ALIASES
end

.cookbook_directory?Boolean

#

RBT.cookbook_directory?

Provide a pointer, through this query method, towards the directory where the individual cookbooks are kept.

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def self.cookbook_directory?
  @cookbook_directory
end

.copy_recursively(what, where_to = '/usr/', be_verbose = false) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.copy_recursively

We can use a call to system(), or the pure ruby version, in order to recursively copy files. But you may not enough information if the pure ruby version is used.

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def self.copy_recursively(
    what,
    where_to   = '/usr/',
    be_verbose = false
  )
  if what.is_a? String
    what << '.' unless what.end_with? '.'
  end
  begin
    FileUtils.cp_r(
      what, where_to, verbose: be_verbose
    )
  rescue Exception => error
    pp error
  end
end

.create_appdir_skeleton(use_this_path = :default, &block) ⇒ Object

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def self.create_appdir_skeleton(
    use_this_path = :default, &block
  )
  RBT::CreateAppDirSkeleton[use_this_path, &block]
end

.create_cookbook_yaml_file(i = 'php') ⇒ Object

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def self.create_cookbook_yaml_file(i = 'php')
  RBT::Cookbooks::CreateCookbookYamlFile.new(i)
end

.create_directory(where = '/Depot/Packages/', use_this_mode = 0755, be_verbose = :be_quiet, do_use_opnn = true) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.create_directory

Internal Wrapper to create a directory.

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def self.create_directory(
    where         = '/Depot/Packages/',
    use_this_mode = 0755,
    be_verbose    = :be_quiet,
    do_use_opnn   = true
  )
  case use_this_mode
  when :be_verbose
    be_verbose = :be_verbose
    use_this_mode = :default
  end
  if where.is_a? Array
    where.each {|entry|
      create_directory(
        entry, use_this_mode, be_verbose, do_use_opnn
      )
    }
  else
    if File.directory? where
      unless where.end_with? '/' # Append a /.
        where = where.dup if where.frozen?
        where << '/'
      end
    end
    case use_this_mode
    when :default # Default value is 0755.
      use_this_mode = 0755
    when Hash
      if use_this_mode.has_key? :verbosity
        use_this_mode = use_this_mode.delete(:verbosity)
      end
      use_this_mode = 0755
    when '', true
      use_this_mode = 0755
    when :be_verbose
      use_this_mode = 0755
      be_verbose = true
    end
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Handle special symbols given to be_verbose.
    # ===================================================================== #
    case be_verbose
    when Hash
      # =================================================================== #
      # === :verbosity
      # =================================================================== #
      if be_verbose.has_key? :verbosity
        be_verbose = be_verbose.delete(:verbosity)
      end
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === :be_quiet
    # ===================================================================== #
    when :be_quiet,
         :be_silent
      be_verbose = false
    end
    case do_use_opnn
    when :do_not_use_opn,
         :do_not_use_opnn
      do_use_opnn = false
    end
    if File.exist? where
      if be_verbose
        opnn if do_use_opnn
        e "Directory `#{sdir(where)}` already exists, thus"
        opnn if do_use_opnn
        e 'skipping creating a new one.'
      end
    else
      if where
        if be_verbose
          opnn if do_use_opnn
          e "Creating the directory `#{sdir(where)}` next."
        end
        unless File.directory? where
          options_hash = {
            mode: use_this_mode, verbose: false
          }
          # =============================================================== #
          # The variable where can be a String such as 
          # "/home/Programs/Tepl/Current/yaml/". We have
          # to keep in mind that the mkdir-part may fail,
          # so a rescue clause has to be used.
          # =============================================================== #
          begin
            FileUtils.mkdir_p(where, **options_hash)
          rescue Errno::EEXIST
            e "The directory `#{sdir(where)}` can not be created"
            e 'as some target, or an incorrect symlink, '\
              'already exists.' 
          end
          # if be_verbose
          #   opnn if do_use_opnn
          #   e "Can not write into the directory `#{sdir(where)}` "\
          #     "due to insufficient permissions."
          # end
        end
      else
        opnn if do_use_opnn; e 'No directory was given.'
      end
    end
  end
end

.create_gobolinux_recipe(i = 'htop') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.create_gobolinux_recipe

Easier module-method instantiation.

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# File 'lib/rbt/linux/gobolinux/create_recipe.rb', line 460

def self.create_gobolinux_recipe(i = 'htop')
  yielded = nil
  if block_given?
    yielded = yield
  end
  RBT::Linux::Gobolinux::CreateRecipe.new(i) { yielded }
end

.create_html_page_for_these_programs(array = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.create_html_page_for_these_programs

This method works on an Array as its input. This Array should be about programs that you want to see an auto-generated webpage containing some information about this program.

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/create_html_page_for_these_programs.rb', line 27

def self.create_html_page_for_these_programs(array = ARGV)
  if array.is_a?(String) and
     array.start_with?(':')
    array = array.to_s.delete(':').to_sym
  end
  if array.is_a? Symbol
    require 'rbt/utility_scripts/search_for_tags/search_for_tags.rb'
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Handle special cases such as KDE5.
    # ===================================================================== #
    case array # case tag
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === cookbooks --create_html_page_for_these_programs=:kde5
    # ===================================================================== #
    when :kde, :kde5
      array = RBT.return_all_programs_that_match_this_tag(:kde5)
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === cookbooks --create_html_page_for_these_programs=:kde5_toolchain
    # ===================================================================== #
    when :kde5_toolchain
      # =================================================================== #
      # This variant here should be equivalent to LFS/BLFS, in the proper
      # order. This thus requires a yaml file.
      # =================================================================== #
      dataset = load_yaml(RBT.file_cookbook_chained_programs)
      array = dataset['kde5_foundation']+
              dataset['kde5_plasma']+
              dataset['kde5_applications']+
              dataset['kde5_porting_aids']
      if array.is_a? String # Well ... :)
        array.delete!(' ')
        array = array.split(',')
      end
    end
  end
  if array.is_a? Array
    if array.first.is_a?(String) and array.first.include?(',') # <- Input such as ["php,kio,ruby"]
      array = array.first.split(',')
    end
    array.flatten!
    if array.size > 20
      opn; e 'More than 20 entries were given (exactly '+
             sfancy(array.size.to_s)+'). This may take a while.'
    end
    @html_page_content = "<html>".dup
    begin
      require 'web_object'
      @html_page_content << WebObject.return_unicode_meta
    rescue LoadError; end
    @html_page_content << "<head><title>HTML Pages for programs</title>"\
                          "<style>pre { font-size: 1.4em; }</style>"\
                          "</head><body><hr>\n".dup # Reset again.
    array.each_with_index {|this_program, index| index += 1
      # =================================================================== #
      # For each program, we do the same actions:
      #
      #   (1) Obtain the dataset via Cookbooks::Cookbook.new() OR
      #       from the expanded directory containing all yaml files.
      #   (2) 
      # =================================================================== #
      if File.directory?(RBT.directory_expanded_cookbooks) and
         File.exist?(target_file = "#{RBT.directory_expanded_cookbooks}#{this_program}.yml")
        dataset = load_yaml(target_file)
        remote_url  = dataset['url1']
        description = dataset['raw_description']
        licence     = dataset['licence']
        homepage    = dataset['homepage'].to_s
        binaries    = dataset['binaries']
        libraries   = dataset['libraries']
      else
        dataset = RBT::Cookbooks::Cookbook.new(this_program)
        remote_url  = dataset.url1?
        description = dataset.raw_description?
        licence     = dataset.licence?
        homepage    = dataset.homepage?
        binaries    = dataset.binaries?
        libraries   = dataset.binaries?
      end
      if licence.is_a? Array
        licence = licence.join(', ')
      end
      @html_page_content << "<p>\n<h3 style=\"color:darkgreen\"><b style=\"color:darkblue\">"\
                            "#{index})</b> #{this_program}</h3><br>\n"
      @html_page_content <<
        "  <span style=\"margin-left: 1em; font-weight:bold; color: darkblue\">wget #{remote_url}<span><br><br>\n"
      unless description.to_s.empty? # <- Ignore empty descriptions.
        @html_page_content << "<pre>#{description}</pre>\n"
      end
      # =================================================================== #
      # Add the binaries next:
      # =================================================================== #
      if binaries and binaries.is_a?(Array) and !binaries.empty?
        @html_page_content << "Binaries:<br><br>\n"
        binaries.each {|this_binary|
          @html_page_content << "<span style=\"margin-left:2em\">→ #{this_binary}<span><br>\n"
        }
        @html_page_content << "<br>\n"
      end
      # =================================================================== #
      # Add the libraries next:
      # =================================================================== #
      if libraries and libraries.is_a?(Array) and !libraries.empty?
        @html_page_content << "Libraries:<br><br>\n"
        libraries.each {|this_binary|
          @html_page_content << "<span style=\"margin-left:2em\">→ #{this_binary}<span><br>\n"
        }
        @html_page_content << "<br>\n"
      end
      @html_page_content << "licence: #{licence}<br><br>\n"
      @html_page_content << "homepage: <a href=\"#{homepage}\">#{homepage}</a><br>\n"
      @html_page_content << "</p><br><hr>\n"
    }
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Next, store that HTML page somewhere.
    # ===================================================================== #
    what = @html_page_content
    into = "#{log_dir?}programs.html"
    opn; e "Storing these #{sfancy(array.size)} programs into the file:"
    e
    e "  #{sfile(into)}"
    e
    write_what_into(what, into)
    @html_page_content = ''.dup # Clear it again here.
  else
    opn; e 'This method requires an Array as input.'
  end
end

.create_log_directoryObject

#

RBT.create_log_directory

This method will create the log directory, e. g. “/tmp/rbt/” or wherever else the user has set this directory to be at.

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/create_log_directory.rb', line 20

def self.create_log_directory
  _ = @log_directory
  unless File.directory? _
    opn; e "Creating the directory `#{sdir(_)}` now."
    FileUtils.mkdir_p(_)
  else
    opn; e "The directory at `#{sdir(_)}` already exists."
  end
end

.create_program_version_url_file(also_show_last_update = :default) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.create_program_version_url_file

The boolean argument that can be passed to this method determines as to whether we will also show the time when the program has been last updated. By default this is true, meaning that we WILL show when a program has been last updated.

To invoke this method from the commandline, do:

rbt --create_program_version_url_file
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# File 'lib/rbt/information/create_program_version_url_file.rb', line 175

def self.create_program_version_url_file(
    also_show_last_update = :default # Since Feb 2018, we will show the last update by default.
  )
  case also_show_last_update # case tag
  when :also_show_last_update,
       :include_last_update,
       :default
    also_show_last_update = true
  end
  RBT::CreateProgramVersionUrlFile.new {{ show_last_update: also_show_last_update }}
end

.create_programs_version_html_file(use_this_file = "#{RBT.store_into_this_directory}programs_version.txt") ⇒ Object

#

RBT.create_programs_version_html_file

Commandline invocation example:

rbt --create_programs_version_html_file

The default input file can be found at:

/Depot/Temp/rbt/CookbookDirectory/programs_version_url.txt
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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/create_programs_version_html_file.rb', line 29

def self.create_programs_version_html_file(
    use_this_file =
      "#{RBT.store_into_this_directory}programs_version.txt"
  )
  updated_when = "#{RBT.return_date} #{RBT.return_time}"
  # ======================================================================= #
  # Generate a .html file.
  # ======================================================================= #
  dataset = '<html><title>Programs of Cookbooks Version: '+RBT.version?+
            ' Last updated: '+updated_when+
            '</title><body>
            Last update: <b>'+updated_when+'</b><br>
            <pre style="font-size:1.2em">'+
            File.read(use_this_file)+'</pre></body></html>'
  # ======================================================================= #
  # Store that file next:
  # ======================================================================= #
  use_this_file = RBT.temp_directory?+'programs_version.html'
  opn; e "Generating a new file at `#{::Colours.sfile(use_this_file)}`."
  RBT.write_what_into(
    dataset, use_this_file
  ) # Store it here.
end

.create_registered_tagsObject

#

RBT.create_registered_tags

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_tags.rb', line 252

def self.create_registered_tags
  RegisteredTags.new
end

.create_shell_script_containing_these_program_versionsObject

#

RBT.create_shell_script_containing_these_program_versions

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# File 'lib/rbt/utility_scripts/create_shell_script_containing_these_program_versions.rb', line 211

def self.create_shell_script_containing_these_program_versions
  RBT::CreateShellScriptContainingTheseProgramsVersions.new
end

.create_snapcraft_file(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.create_snapcraft_file

Simpler toplevel module-method for creating a snapcraft file.

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# File 'lib/rbt/cookbooks/create_snapcraft_file.rb', line 443

def self.create_snapcraft_file(i)
  RBT::Cookbooks::CreateSnapcraftFile.new(i)
end

.crimson(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.crimson

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# File 'lib/rbt/colours/html_colours.rb', line 36

def self.crimson(i)
  return COLOURS.crimson(i) if use_colours?
  i
end

.debug?Boolean

#

RBT.debug?

Easier query-method as to whether we will debug or whether we will not.

#

Returns:

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/debug.rb', line 29

def self.debug?
  SHALL_WE_DEBUG
end

.depends_on_cmake?(i = nil) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.depends_on_cmake?

This method will only query the original cookbook-dataset, whether the project at hand depends on cmake or whether it does not.

#

Returns:

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/does_this_file_exist.rb', line 84

def self.depends_on_cmake?(i = nil)
  i and i.include? 'cmake'
end

.depends_on_ninja?(i = nil) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.depends_on_ninja?

#

Returns:

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/does_this_file_exist.rb', line 100

def self.depends_on_ninja?(i = nil)
  i and i.include?('ninja')
end

.depends_on_python?(i = nil) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.depends_on_python?

Whether python is registered as a dependency.

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/does_this_file_exist.rb', line 93

def self.depends_on_python?(i = nil)
  i and i.include? 'python'
end

.depends_on_waf?(i = nil) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.depends_on_waf?

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/does_this_file_exist.rb', line 107

def self.depends_on_waf?(i = nil)
  i and i.include? 'waf'
end

.depot_directory?Boolean

#

RBT.depot_directory?

#

Returns:

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def self.depot_directory?
  @depot_directory
end

.determine_appdir_prefix_from_this_input(name_of_the_program = 'htop', version_of_the_program = nil) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.determine_appdir_prefix_from_this_input

This method will return a String such as “/Programs/Htop/1.1.1/” or “/home/Programs/Htop/1.1.1/”.

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/determine_appdir_prefix_from_this_input.rb', line 24

def self.determine_appdir_prefix_from_this_input(
    name_of_the_program    = 'htop',
    version_of_the_program = nil
  )
  if name_of_the_program.is_a? Array
    name_of_the_program = name_of_the_program.first
  end
  name_of_the_program = 'htop' if name_of_the_program.nil?
  new_prefix = ''.dup
  # ======================================================================= #
  # Append the "/Programs/" string next:
  # ======================================================================= #
  new_prefix << programs_directory? 
  if name_of_the_program.nil?
    e 'Please supply a valid argument to this method.'
    e
    e 'A valid input-argument may be:'
    e
    e '  foobar-1.0'
    e
    raise 'A program-name (String) is required.' 
  end
  # ======================================================================= #
  # === Safeguard against improper versions
  # ======================================================================= #
  if version_of_the_program.nil? and name_of_the_program.include?('-')
    version_of_the_program = ProgramInformation.return_version(name_of_the_program)
    name_of_the_program = ProgramInformation.return_name(name_of_the_program)
  end
  new_prefix << name_of_the_program.capitalize
  new_prefix << '/'
  if version_of_the_program
    new_prefix << "#{version_of_the_program}/"
  end
  return new_prefix
end

.determine_available_programsObject

#

RBT.determine_available_programs

This method will determine how many .yml files exist in the cookbook directory at hand.

Always keep the result (alphabetically) sorted.

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def self.determine_available_programs
  Dir["#{RBT.cookbook_directory?}*.yml"].map {|entry|
    File.basename(entry.sub(/\.yml$/,''))
  }.sort
end

.determine_host_architectureObject

#

RBT.determine_host_architecture

If you ever want to determine the host architecture, make use of this method here. This method will return a String, containing the host computer's architecture. (x86_64 essentially means 64 bit binaries)

Invocation example:

RBT.determine_host_architecture # => "x86_64"
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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/determine_host_architecture.rb', line 23

def self.determine_host_architecture
  # ======================================================================= #
  # We use uname to query the host architecture. This will thus
  # not work on Windows. An alternative would be to use:
  #   RbConfig::CONFIG['host']
  # This is now what we will use.
  # ======================================================================= #
  # this_architecture = `uname -m`.to_s.chomp
  this_architecture = RbConfig::CONFIG['host']
  if this_architecture.include? '-'
    this_architecture = this_architecture.split('-').first
  end
  return this_architecture
end

.directory_expanded_cookbooks?Boolean

#

RBT.directory_expanded_cookbooks?

On my home system, this method will return the following String:

"/home/Temp/rbt/expanded_cookbooks/"
#

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def self.directory_expanded_cookbooks?
  "#{RBT.rbt_log_directory?}expanded_cookbooks/"
end

.disable_coloursObject

#

RBT.disable_colours

This method can be used to disable the use of colours for the whole RBT project.

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# File 'lib/rbt/colours/use_colours.rb', line 41

def self.disable_colours
  @use_colours = false
end

.disable_md5sum_calculationObject

#

RBT.disable_md5sum_calculation

Use this method to disable the md5sum calculation altogether.

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def self.disable_md5sum_calculation
  @display_md5sum = false
end

.disable_opnObject

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RBT.disable_opn

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def self.disable_opn
  @use_opn = false
end

.display_md5sum?Boolean

#

RBT.display_md5sum?

Tell us whether we will display the md5sum values or whether we will not.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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def self.display_md5sum?
  @display_md5sum
end

.do_compile(this_program) ⇒ Object

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RBT::do_compile

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# File 'lib/rbt/compile/class_methods.rb', line 158

def self.do_compile(this_program)
  ::RBT::Compile.compile(this_program, nil)
end

.do_not_register_into_the_yaml_databaseObject

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RBT.do_not_register_into_the_yaml_database

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def self.do_not_register_into_the_yaml_database
  @register_program_files_into_yaml_database = false
end

.do_not_show_namesObject

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RBT.do_not_show_names

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/show_names.rb', line 35

def self.do_not_show_names
  @show_names = false
end

.do_not_show_names?Boolean

#

RBT.do_not_show_names?

This is the reverse complement to RBT.show_the_classname?.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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def self.do_not_show_names?
  !RBT.show_the_classname?
end

.do_not_show_the_classnameObject

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RBT.do_not_show_the_classname

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def self.do_not_show_the_classname
  @do_show_the_classname = false
end

.do_show_the_classnameObject

#

RBT.do_show_the_classname

#

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def self.do_show_the_classname
  @do_show_the_classname = true
end

.dodgerblue(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.dodgerblue

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def self.dodgerblue(i)
  return COLOURS.dodgerblue(i) if use_colours?
  i
end

.does_include_this_binary?(i, perform_a_deep_check = false) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.does_include_this_binary?

This will return true if we have a binary with that name.

Usage examples:

RBT.does_include_this_binary? 'xxd'
RBT.has_this_binary? 'xzcmp'
#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/all_binaries.rb', line 69

def self.does_include_this_binary?(
    i, perform_a_deep_check = false
  )
  all_binaries = all_binaries?
  # ======================================================================= #
  # This entry point is for checking input such as "matescreenshot",
  # which could be "mate-screenshot". Note that as of January 2020
  # this is only enabled for binaries - not sure if we need to enable
  # this for other input-type as well, but binaries make the most
  # sense.
  # ======================================================================= #
  if perform_a_deep_check
    all_binaries.transform_keys! {|entry| entry.delete('-') }
  end
  all_binaries.has_key?(i)
end

.does_include_this_library?(i) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.does_include_this_library?

This will return true if we have a binary with that name.

Usage example:

RBT.does_include_this_library? 'libc.so'
RBT.has_this_library? 'xzcmp'
RBT.is_this_library_included? 'xzcmp'
#

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def self.does_include_this_library?(i)
  all_libraries?.has_key?(i)
end

.does_this_cookbook_file_have_any_erroneous_entry?(this_file = "#{RUBY_SRC_RBT_COOKBOOKS}jasper.yml") ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.does_this_cookbook_file_have_any_erroneous_entry?

This method will return a boolen value - true or false.

If true then the cookbook file in question has had an erroneous entry.

#

Returns:

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def self.does_this_cookbook_file_have_any_erroneous_entry?(
    this_file = "#{RUBY_SRC_RBT_COOKBOOKS}jasper.yml"
  )
  if this_file.is_a? Array
    this_file = this_file.first
  end
  if this_file.nil?
    this_file = "#{RUBY_SRC_RBT_COOKBOOKS}jasper.yml"
  end
  if File.exist? this_file
    registered_cookbook_entries = RBT.registered_cookbook_entries?
    dataset = YAML.load_file(this_file)
    key = dataset.keys.first
    available_entries_from_the_cookbooks_file = dataset[key].keys
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Next, obtain the entries that were not registered. Keep in mind
    # that this Array may be entry.
    # ===================================================================== #
    these_entries_were_not_registered = available_entries_from_the_cookbooks_file.reject {|entry|
      registered_cookbook_entries.include? entry
    }
    !these_entries_were_not_registered.empty?
  else
    false # You have to ensure that the file exists on your own.
  end
end

.does_this_file_exist?(i = FILE_SCONS, prepend_this_for_the_check = nil) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.does_this_file_exist?

This method will check whether a given file exists or whether it does not.

The second argument can be used to determine whether we shall use a file at a particular position on the filesystem, e. g. like '../include/' that can be passed. This would check for the file at the directory below the current one, within the include/ subdirectory.

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def self.does_this_file_exist?(
    i                          = FILE_SCONS,
    prepend_this_for_the_check = nil
  )
  if i.is_a? Array
    i = i.first
  end
  i = i.to_s unless i.is_a? String # We need a String past this point.
  if prepend_this_for_the_check
    unless prepend_this_for_the_check.is_a? String
      if prepend_this_for_the_check == true
        # ================================================================= #
        # true values are converted into '../' strings.
        # ================================================================= #
        prepend_this_for_the_check = '../'.dup
      end
    end
    i = i.dup.prepend(
      prepend_this_for_the_check.dup
    )
  end
  File.exist? i
end

.does_this_file_exist_and_is_it_a_file?(i) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.does_this_file_exist_and_is_it_a_file?

This method will add an additional File.file? check.

#

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def self.does_this_file_exist_and_is_it_a_file?(i)
  i = i.to_s
  does_this_file_exist?(i) && File.file?(i)
end

.does_this_remote_url_exist?(i) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.does_this_remote_url_exist?

To test this method, try:

i = 'https://github.com/linuxwacom/libwacom/releases/download/libwacom-1.6/libwacom-1.6.tar.bz2'
RBT.does_this_remote_url_exist? i
#

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def self.does_this_remote_url_exist?(i)
  Wget.check_if_remote_file_exists(i)
end

.download(i = ARGV, optional_use_this_version = nil) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.download

This method can be used to download a remote source archive, if the argument is a symbol. Additionally direct URLs can also be given.

The second argument is optional. If given then the method will attempt to download only a specific version from the remote location. In order for this to work, the method may first have to “probe” whether the remote file exists. For this functionality, wget it used.

In general the method depends on “wget”, largely due to reasons of simplicity.

Invocation examples:

RBT.download :htop
RBT.download :php
RBT.download :libx11
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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/download.rb', line 35

def self.download(
    i                         = ARGV,
    optional_use_this_version = nil
  )
  # ======================================================================= #
  # Treat all input as an Array.
  # ======================================================================= #
  i = [i].flatten.compact
  i.each {|remote_url|
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === Handle symbols next
    #
    # Symbols will be treated differently, as we can assume that a user
    # normally would not pass in a Symbol to the method. So if we see
    # a Symbol, then we can also handle this situation in a special
    # manner.
    # ===================================================================== #
    if remote_url.is_a? Symbol
      case remote_url
      when :pwd # This is special - we will take the dirname.
        remote_url = File.basename(Dir.pwd).to_s
        if Object.const_defined?(ProgramInformation) and
          (remote_url =~ /\d+/) # <- And if it has at the least one number.
          remote_url = ProgramInformation.return_short_name(remote_url)
        end
        remote_url = remote_url.delete('-').to_sym
      end
      remote_url = RBT.location_of?(remote_url) # <- This should return an Array.
      if remote_url.is_a? Array
        remote_url = remote_url.first
      end
    end
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Next, honour the situation where the user wants to specifically
    # download a specific version of a program.
    # ===================================================================== #
    if optional_use_this_version
      if optional_use_this_version.is_a? Hash
        if optional_use_this_version.has_key? :version
          optional_use_this_version = optional_use_this_version[:version]
        end
      end
      _ = optional_use_this_version
      # =================================================================== #
      # else it does not exist, so we try other archive formats. This
      # will be handled by the following Array.
      # =================================================================== #
      array_formats_to_check_for = %w(
        .tar.xz
        .tar.gz
        .tar.bz2
      )
      # =================================================================== #
      # The old URL will already be available in the variable remote_url.
      # =================================================================== #
      remote_url = RBT.return_remote_url_from_this_input(
        remote_url, optional_use_this_version
      )
      require 'wget'
      if Wget.check_if_remote_file_exists(remote_url)
        array_formats_to_check_for = [] # Clear it here.
      else
        # ================================================================= #
        # We reject the ones that we already have checked before:
        # ================================================================= #
        array_formats_to_check_for.reject! {|entry|
          remote_url.end_with? entry
        }
        unless array_formats_to_check_for.empty?
          array_formats_to_check_for.each {|inner_entry|
            if Wget.check_if_remote_file_exists(inner_entry)
              # =========================================================== #
              # The next check is not ideal, but it may suffice for now.
              # After all we only need at the least one remote URl that
              # can be used.
              # =========================================================== #
              remote_url = inner_entry
            end
          }
        end
      end
    end
    if remote_url.empty?
      e "#{rev}The given #{crimson('URL')} was not found - "\
        "thus, no download can occur."
    else
      e "Next downloading from the remote URL `#{sfancy(remote_url)}`."
      use_this_command = "wget #{remote_url}"
      e use_this_command
      result = `#{use_this_command} 2>&1`
      if result.include? 'ERROR 404: Not Found'
        e "No archive/program was found at the remote url #{remote_url}."
      end
      if File.exist? File.basename(remote_url)
        e "Success! The file can be found at `"\
          "#{sfile(
            File.absolute_path(File.basename(remote_url))
          )}`."
      end
    end
  }
end

.download_all_source_archives(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

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def self.download_all_source_archives(i = ARGV)
  RBT::Cookbooks::DownloadAllSourceArchives.new(i)
end

.dual_compile(this_program = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.dual_compile

This method will first compile a program in the traditional manner, via the prefix /usr, before it will compile the same program again via its AppDir prefix.

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def self.dual_compile(
    this_program = ARGV
  )
  [this_program].flatten.compact.each {|this_program|
    RBT::Compile.new(this_program) {{ use_this_prefix: :trad   }}
    RBT::Compile.new(this_program) {{ use_this_prefix: :appdir }}
  }
end

.e(i = '') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.e

This method is just a little (short) wrapper over puts.

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def self.e(i = '')
  puts i
end

.editor?(i = @use_this_editor) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.editor?

#

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def self.editor?(
    i = @use_this_editor
  )
  i
end

.email?Boolean

#

RBT.email?

#

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def self.email?
  begin
    require 'rbt/configuration/configuration.rb'
  rescue LoadError; end
  RBT.configuration?.email.to_s
end

.enable_md5sum_calculationObject

#

RBT.enable_md5sum_calculation

Use this method to disable the md5sum calculation altogether.

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def self.enable_md5sum_calculation
  @display_md5sum = true
end

.enable_module_programs(also_add_reader_methods = true) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.enable_module_programs

This method will be invoked when we require the cookbooks project in a special manner.

We add the individual cookbooks onto the Cookbooks. namespace directly there.

This will then allow us to call methods such as:

RBT.htop

Do note that we will also radically override already existing methods, so this is functionality that should be used with care.

Testing this method can happen either like this:

RBT.enable_module_programs; RBT.htop
require 'rbt/module_programs'; htop = RBT.htop
require 'rbt/toplevel_methods/module_programs.rb'; RBT.enable_module_programs; htop = RBT.htop.hash?
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def self.enable_module_programs(
    also_add_reader_methods = true
  )
  require 'rbt/requires/require_the_cookbook_class.rb'
  available_programs?.each {|this_program|
    self.class.class_eval {
      _ = this_program.to_sym
      if respond_to? _
        # This here happens when we enable the methods.
        # This is just here as a placeholder, if we ever want
        # to debug this.
      else
        # ::RBT.e 'Defining the method `'+_.to_s+'` next.' # <- This is more o a debug-statement.
        define_method(_) { # Simply delegate to class Cookbook then.
          RBT::Cookbooks::Cookbook.new(this_program)
        }
        # ================================================================= #
        # We will additionally add reader-methods, if the argument is
        # set to true. These reader methods will directly return the
        # dataset, as a Hash.
        #
        # This can be tested like so in IRB:
        #
        #   require 'rbt/module_programs'; x = RBT.htop.hash?
        #
        # ================================================================= #
        if also_add_reader_methods
          define_method(_.to_s+'?') { # Simply delegate to class Cookbook then.
            RBT::Cookbooks::Cookbook.new(this_program).hash?
          }
        end
      end
    }
  }
end

.enable_opnObject

#

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def self.enable_opn
  @use_opn = true
end

.encoding?Boolean

#

RBT.encoding?

Query-method to ask which main encoding is in use for the Cookbooks project.

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def self.encoding?
  USE_THIS_ENCODING
end

.ensure_that_the_required_directories_exist(use_this_as_directory = RBT.store_into_this_directory?, be_verbose = false) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.ensure_that_the_required_directories_exist

This method ensures that the base-directory exists.

This can also be invoked from the commandline, by issuing:

rbt --ensure-that-the-required-directories-exist
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def self.ensure_that_the_required_directories_exist(
    use_this_as_directory = RBT.store_into_this_directory?,
    be_verbose            = false
  )
  if block_given?
    yielded = yield
    case yielded
    when :be_verbose
      be_verbose = true
    when :be_quiet
      be_verbose = false
    end
  end
  if Dir.exist?(use_this_as_directory)
    if be_verbose
      opn; e "The directory at `#{use_this_as_directory}` "\
             "already exists."
    end
  else
    target = File.dirname(use_this_as_directory)
    if File.writable?(target)
      require 'fileutils'
      opn; e "Creating directory `#{use_this_as_directory}`."
      FileUtils.mkdir_p(use_this_as_directory)
    else
      e "Can not write into the directory "\
        "`#{use_this_as_directory}` as it is not writable. "\
        "Consider using"
      e 'another setting for temp_directory.yml perhaps.'
      e
      e 'This file can be found here:'
      e
      e "  #{file_temp_directory}"
      e
    end
  end
end

.error_message?Boolean

#

RBT.error_message?

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def self.error_message?
  @error_message
end

.esystem(i = '') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.esystem

This method will output which system-command will be run; and then this command will be run, via system().

The argument to this method determines the system command at hand.

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def self.esystem(
    i = ''
  )
  if i.is_a? Array
    i.each {|entry| esystem(entry) }
  else
    e i
    system i
  end
end

.ewarn(i = '') ⇒ Object

#

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def self.ewarn(i = '')
  e ::RBT.swarn(i)
end

.expand_cookbooks(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

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The first argument should be the program whose .yml file we wish to autogenerate, such as 'subversion' or 'htop' or 'ruby'.

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def self.expand_cookbooks(
    i = ARGV
  )
  RBT::Cookbooks::ExpandCookbooks.new(i)
end

.extract(i, extract_to_this_directory = return_pwd) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.extract

This toplevel-method can be used to extract an archive, such as “foobar.tar.xz”.

The functionality depends on the gem called extracter.

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def self.extract(
    i,
    extract_to_this_directory = return_pwd
  )
  unless Object.const_defined? :Extracter
    e 'RBT can not extract anything as the gem extracter '\
      '(module Extracter) is not installed.'
    return
  end
  [i].flatten.compact.each {|this_program|
    Extracter.extract_this(
      i,
      to: extract_to_this_directory
    )
  }
end

.fast_return_file_size_of_this_program(i) ⇒ Object

#

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This method will quickly return the file size of the given input program. It relies on the expanded cookbook dataset for this.

Invocation example from ruby:

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def self.fast_return_file_size_of_this_program(i)
  if i.is_a? Array
    i = i.join(' ').strip
  end
  i = i.to_s unless i.is_a? String
  if File.directory? RBT.base_dir_to_store_expanded_cookbooks?
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Obtain the path to the expanded-cookbook .yml file next.
    # ===================================================================== #
    target_file = "#{RBT.base_dir_to_store_expanded_cookbooks?}#{i}.yml"
    if File.exist? target_file
      dataset = YAML.load_file(target_file)
      archive_size = dataset['archive_size']
      return archive_size
    else
      e "No file exists at `#{target_file}`"
    end
  else
    e "No directory exists at "\
      "#{RBT.base_dir_to_store_expanded_cookbooks?}"
  end
end

.favicon?Boolean

#

RBT.favicon?

This is currently hardcoded. Users of RBT will not need this image.

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def self.favicon?
  '/home/x/DATA/PROGRAMMING_LANGUAGES/RUBY/src/rbt/img/'\
  'COOKBOOKS_LOGO.png'
end

.feedback_available_programsObject

#

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def self.feedback_available_programs
  result = ''.dup # Build up the return String.
  opn; e "Feedbacking all available programs next,"\
         " #{available_programs.size} of them."
  available_programs?.each_with_index {|entry, index|
    index += 1
    result << "(#{simp(index.to_s.rjust(3))}) #{sfancy(entry)}#{N}"
  }
  e result
end

.feedback_description_of(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.feedback_description_of

Invocation example:

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def self.feedback_description_of(i)
  i = i.first if i.is_a? Array
  _ = RBT::Cookbooks::Cookbook.new(i)
  _.feedback_description
end

.feedback_licensesObject

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def self.feedback_licenses
  RBT::Cookbooks::FeedbackLicenses.new
end

.feedback_program_description(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

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This method will feedback the description of the program at hand, on the commandline..

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def self.feedback_program_description(
    i = ARGV
  )
  i = i.first if i.is_a? Array
  hash = RBT::Cookbooks::RawCookbook.new(i).hash?
  description = hash['description']
  e description
end

.feedback_url(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

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def self.feedback_url(i = ARGV)
  RBT::Cookbooks::DisplayCookbookDataset::Feedback.feedback_url
end

.file_allowed_tagsObject

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def self.file_allowed_tags
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}specification/allowed_tags.yml"
end

.file_available_programs_versionsObject

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def self.file_available_programs_versions
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}programs_version/available_programs_versions.md"
end

.file_coloursObject

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RBT.file_colours

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def self.file_colours
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}colours/colours.yml"
end

.file_compiled_programsObject

#

RBT.file_compiled_programs

This method will return a location such as “/Depot/Temp/rbt/compiled_programs.yml”.

Note that from this you can also obtain the “last compiled program”.

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# File 'lib/rbt/configuration/configuration.rb', line 153

def self.file_compiled_programs
  "#{RBT.rbt_log_directory?}compiled_programs.yml"
end

.file_compiled_programs?Boolean

#

RBT.file_compiled_programs?

Specify the target location for the compiled_programs.yml file.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/configuration/configuration.rb', line 124

def self.file_compiled_programs?
  "#{RBT.rbt_log_directory?}compiled_programs.yml"
end

.file_configure_database?Boolean

#

RBT.file_configure_database?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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def self.file_configure_database?
  "#{RBT.rbt_log_directory?}configure_command_database.yml"
end

.file_cookbook_aliasesObject

#

RBT.file_cookbook_aliases

Simply return where the cookbook_aliases.yml file resides.

This is, for instance, here:

/Programs/Ruby/2.5.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.5.0/rbt/yaml/cookbook_aliases.yml
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def self.file_cookbook_aliases
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}cookbook_aliases.yml"
end

.file_cookbook_chained_programsObject

#

RBT.file_cookbook_chained_programs

This is the preferred way to determine where the file “cookbook_chained_programs.yml” can be found.

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def self.file_cookbook_chained_programs
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}chained_programs.yml"
end

.file_database_installed_filesObject

#

RBT.file_database_installed_files

On my system, this will be at:

/Depot/Information/database_installed_files.yml
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# File 'lib/rbt/configuration/configuration.rb', line 101

def self.file_database_installed_files
  "#{YAML_DATABASE_DIRECTORY}database_installed_files.yml"
end

.file_global_flagsObject

#

RBT.file_global_flags

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def self.file_global_flags
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}global_flags.yml"
end

.file_installation_procedereObject

#

RBT.file_installation_procedere

This may refer to the path of the file called 'installation_procedere.yml'.

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def self.file_installation_procedere
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}installation_procedere.yml"
end

.file_is_on_gobolinuxObject

#

RBT.file_is_on_gobolinux

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def self.file_is_on_gobolinux
  "#{RBT.log_directory?}is_on_gobolinux"
end

.file_last_compiled_programObject

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RBT.file_last_compiled_program

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def self.file_last_compiled_program
  "#{RBT.log_directory?}last_compiled_programs.yml"
end

.file_last_symlinked_program?Boolean

#

RBT.file_last_symlinked_program?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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def self.file_last_symlinked_program?
  "#{RBT.log_directory?}last_symlinked_program.yml"
end

.file_predefined_installation_instructions(use_this_directory = RBT.project_yaml_directory?) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.file_predefined_installation_instructions

Method to return where the file location is. There used to be a constant available called FILE_PREDEFINED_INSTALLATION_INSTRUCTIONS but this was removed in January 2019.

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def self.file_predefined_installation_instructions(
    use_this_directory = RBT.project_yaml_directory?
  ) 
  "#{use_this_directory}predefined_installation_instructions.yml"
end

.file_programs_directoryObject

#

RBT.file_programs_directory

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# File 'lib/rbt/constants/file_and_directory_constants.rb', line 383

def self.file_programs_directory
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}configuration/programs_directory.yml"
end

.file_programs_versionObject

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RBT.file_programs_version

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def self.file_programs_version
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}programs_version/programs_version.yml"
end

.file_programs_version_urlObject

#

RBT.file_programs_version_url

This is the path to the .md file that keeps track of the programs-version and URL entries.

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def self.file_programs_version_url
  "#{RBT.log_dir?}CookbookDirectory/programs_version_url.md"
end

.file_registered_binariesObject

#

RBT.file_registered_binaries

This method should be used preferentially, rather than the older constant.

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def self.file_registered_binaries
  "#{RBT.yaml_directory_for_the_registered_yaml_files?}binaries.yml"
end

.file_registered_cookbook_entries(use_this_directory = yaml_directory? ) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.file_registered_cookbook_entries

Tell use where the file registered_cookbook_entries.yml is stored.

On my home system this may return a String such as:

/home/Programs/Ruby/2.7.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.7.0/rbt/yaml/specification/registered_cookbook_entries.yml
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# File 'lib/rbt/constants/registered_cookbook_entries.rb', line 37

def self.file_registered_cookbook_entries(
    use_this_directory = yaml_directory?
  )
  "#{use_this_directory}specification/registered_cookbook_entries.yml"
end

.file_registered_gir_filesObject

#

RBT.file_registered_gir_files

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_gir_files.rb', line 29

def self.file_registered_gir_files
  FILE_REGISTERED_GIR_FILES
end

.file_registered_headersObject

#

RBT.file_registered_headers

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# File 'lib/rbt/constants/file_and_directory_constants.rb', line 408

def self.file_registered_headers
  "#{RBT.project_yaml_directory?}registered/headers.yml"
end

.file_registered_librariesObject

#

RBT.file_registered_libraries

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def self.file_registered_libraries
  "#{RBT.yaml_directory_for_the_registered_yaml_files?}libraries.yml"
end

.file_registered_m4_filesObject

#

RBT.file_registered_m4_files

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_m4_files.rb', line 24

def self.file_registered_m4_files
  "#{RBT.yaml_directory_for_the_registered_yaml_files?}m4.yml"
end

.file_registered_pkgconfig_filesObject

#

RBT.file_registered_pkgconfig_files

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_pkgconfig_files.rb', line 29

def self.file_registered_pkgconfig_files
  FILE_REGISTERED_PKGCONFIG_FILES
end

.file_registered_tags?Boolean

#

RBT.file_registered_tags?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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def self.file_registered_tags?
  "#{RBT.yaml_directory?}registered_tags.yml"
end

.file_short_tutorial?Boolean

#

RBT.file_short_tutorial?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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def self.file_short_tutorial?
  FILE_SHORT_TUTORIAL
end

.file_source_directoryObject

#

RBT.file_source_directory

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def self.file_source_directory
  "#{RBT.configuration_directory?}source_directory.yml"
end

.file_source_directory?Boolean

#

RBT.file_source_directory?

This method may return a path such as:

/home/Programs/Ruby/2.7.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.7.0/rbt/yaml/configuration/configuration/source_directory.yml
#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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def self.file_source_directory?
  "#{RBT.configuration_directory?}source_directory.yml"
end

.file_specification_of_registered_cookbook_entries(use_this_directory = yaml_directory? ) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.file_specification_of_registered_cookbook_entries

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# File 'lib/rbt/constants/registered_cookbook_entries.rb', line 46

def self.file_specification_of_registered_cookbook_entries(
    use_this_directory = yaml_directory?
  )
  "#{use_this_directory}specification/specification_of_registered_cookbook_entries.yml"
end

.file_statusObject

#

RBT.file_status

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# File 'lib/rbt/configuration/configuration.rb', line 131

def self.file_status
  "#{RBT.rbt_log_directory?}status.yml"
end

.file_storing_the_time_it_took_to_compile_programsObject

#

RBT.file_storing_the_time_it_took_to_compile_programs

Use this method variant here rather than the constant. Reason is that the method assembles its method dynamically.

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def self.file_storing_the_time_it_took_to_compile_programs
  "#{RBT.log_directory?}database_storing_compile_times.yml"
end

.file_temp_directoryObject

#

RBT.file_temp_directory

This reader method will return the location to the file named “temp_directory.yml”, as a String.

On my system, the method may return a String such as

"/Programs/Ruby/2.5.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.5.0/rbt/yaml/configuration/temp_directory.yml"
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def self.file_temp_directory
   "#{RBT.configuration_directory?}temp_directory.yml"
end

.file_use_colours?(use_this_directory = @configuration_directory) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.file_use_colours?

This method will point to a path such as:

/Programs/Ruby/2.5.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.5.0/rbt/yaml/configuration/use_colours.yml
#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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def self.file_use_colours?(
    use_this_directory = @configuration_directory
  )
  "#{use_this_directory}use_colours.yml"
end

.file_use_psych_or_syckObject

#

RBT.file_use_psych_or_syck

#

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def self.file_use_psych_or_syck
  "#{@configuration_directory}use_psych_or_syck.yml"
end

.file_use_yaml_database_for_tagsObject

#

RBT.file_use_yaml_database_for_tags

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def self.file_use_yaml_database_for_tags
  "#{RBT.configuration_directory?}use_yaml_database_for_tags.yml"
end

.filelist_parser(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.filelist_parser

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# File 'lib/rbt/linux/slackware/filelist_parser.rb', line 233

def self.filelist_parser(i)
  RBT::Linux::Slackware::FilelistParser[i]
end

.find_alternative_archive(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.find_alternative_archive

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# File 'lib/rbt/utility_scripts/find_alternative_archive.rb', line 188

def self.find_alternative_archive(i = ARGV)
  RBT::FindAlternativeArchive.new(i)
end

.find_cookbook_alias_for(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.find_cookbook_alias_for

Usage example:

RBT.find_cookbook_alias_for 'perlx'
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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/is_included.rb', line 82

def self.find_cookbook_alias_for(i)
  RBT::Cookbooks::Aliases.new(i).value?
end

.find_headers(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.find_headers

This method exists mostly because it is more convenient to type it.

Invocation example:

RBT.find_headers('libxcb')
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# File 'lib/rbt/cookbooks/find_headers.rb', line 132

def self.find_headers(i = ARGV)
  RBT::Cookbooks::FindHeaders.new(i)
end

.find_multiple_versionsObject

#

RBT.find_multiple_versions

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# File 'lib/rbt/utility_scripts/find_multiple_versions.rb', line 121

def self.find_multiple_versions
  RBT::Cookbooks::FindMultipleVersions.new
end

.find_url_for(i = ARGV, return_as_string = false) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.find_url_for

Use this method to find a specific URL quickly.

The method will return the first URL always, also called url1.

The method will also try to return url2 - and hence return an Array, if possible. Keep this in mind that you may have an Array as result from this method.

Usage example:

RBT.find_url_for()
RBT.find_url_for(:htop) # => ["http://hisham.hm/htop/releases/2.2.0/htop-2.2.0.tar.gz", "http://hisham.hm/htop/index.php?page=downloads"]
RBT.url_for? :patch # => ["https://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/patch/patch-2.7.6.tar.xz", "http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/patch/?C=M;O=D"]
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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/find_url_for.rb', line 31

def self.find_url_for(
    i                = ARGV,
    return_as_string = false
  )
  case return_as_string
  when :return_as_string
    return_as_string = true
  end
  i = i.first if i.is_a? Array
  i = i.to_s
  # ======================================================================= #
  # Next, we will try to use the expanded dataset, if it exists. This
  # will be MUCH faster than instantiating a new ruby object, as is
  # done in the else clause. The drawback is that the expanded dataset
  # may not always have the most-up-to-date content.
  # ======================================================================= #
  expanded_file = RBT.return_location_to_this_programs_yaml_file(i)
  if File.exist? expanded_file
    if i.end_with? '.yml'
      i = i.dup if i.frozen?
      i.sub!(/\.yml$/,'')
    end
    dataset = YAML.load_file(expanded_file)
    if dataset.has_key?(i)
      dataset = dataset[i]
    end
    url1 = dataset['url1'] # Is a String.
    url2 = dataset['url2'] # Is a String.
  else
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Else we will instantiate a new, costly Cookbook instance.
    # ===================================================================== #
    _ = RBT.raw_cookbook(i)
    url1 = _.url1? # Return the URL here.
    url2 = _.url2?
  end
  url1 = url1.to_s.strip
  url2 = url2.to_s.strip
  if return_as_string
    url1.to_s
  else
    return [ url1, url2 ]
  end
end

.fix_chown_root_entries_in_this_file(this_file = 'Makefile') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.fix_chown_root_entries_in_this_file

This method can be used to replace all “chown root:root” entries with “chown 0:0” entries. It may be necessary for when we have setup a chroot.

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/misc.rb', line 94

def self.fix_chown_root_entries_in_this_file(
    this_file = 'Makefile'
  )
  what = ''.dup
  if File.exist? this_file
    File.readlines(this_file).each {|this_entry|
      if this_entry.include? 'chown root:root'
        this_entry.gsub!(/root:root/, '0:0')
      end
      what << this_entry
    }
    e "Now modifying the file `#{sfile(this_file)}`."
    write_what_into(what, this_file)
  end
end
#
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def self.fix_incorrect_symlinks
  unless Object.const_defined?(:RBT) and
         RBT.const_defined?(:CheckForInvalidCurrentSymlinks)
    require 'rbt/utility_scripts/check_for_invalid_current_symlinks.rb'
  end
  ::RBT::CheckForInvalidCurrentSymlinks.new('--autocorrect')
end

.fix_libtool_la_file_from_saved_fileObject

#

RBT.fix_libtool_la_file_from_saved_file

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/libtool/remove_this_entry.rb', line 182

def self.fix_libtool_la_file_from_saved_file
  RBT::Libtool.new.remove_the_last_faulty_libtool_entry_stored_in_a_file
end

.forestgreen(i = '') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.forestgreen

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# File 'lib/rbt/colours/html_colours.rb', line 124

def self.forestgreen(i = '')
  return COLOURS.forestgreen(i) if use_colours?
  i
end

.generate_global_yaml_databaseObject

#

RBT.generate_global_yaml_database

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# File 'lib/rbt/generate_files/create_global_yaml_database.rb', line 120

def self.generate_global_yaml_database
  RBT::Cookbooks::CreateGlobalYamlDatabase.new
end

.generate_pdf_tutorialObject

#

RBT.generate_pdf_tutorial

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# File 'lib/rbt/generate_files/generate_pdf_tutorial.rb', line 101

def self.generate_pdf_tutorial
  RBT::GeneratePdfTutorial.new
end

.generate_pdf_tutorial_then_upload_itObject

#

RBT.generate_pdf_tutorial_then_upload_it

Use this method to upload the .pdf tutorial to a remote host.

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# File 'lib/rbt/generate_files/generate_pdf_tutorial.rb', line 110

def self.generate_pdf_tutorial_then_upload_it
  RBT.generate_pdf_tutorial
  # Next comes the upload part.
  require 'ftp_paradise/without_gui_bindings'
  connection = FtpParadise.connect to: :shevy
  connection.set_to_binary_mode
  connection.upload_this_file RBT::GeneratePdfTutorial.store_pdf_file_where?
end

.generate_programs_version_yaml_file(use_this_dataset = nil) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.generate_programs_version_yaml_file

This method will create one big yaml file that is a Hash. This big Hash will have the name of all programs and the corresponding version of said programs.

The key will be the name of the program and the value will be the respective program version.

You can also pass in your own dataset. If you do so, remember to use a hash, with specific key->value pairs that reflect the name of the program and the specific version of said program.

You can invoke this method from the commandline, by issuing:

rbt --generate_version_file
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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/generate_programs_version_yaml_file.rb', line 37

def self.generate_programs_version_yaml_file(
    use_this_dataset = nil
  )
  _ = ''.dup # We will append onto this String.
  unless use_this_dataset # This is the default behaviour/clause.
    hash = {} # We store into this hash here.
    target = RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT_YAML+'programs_version/available_programs_versions.md'
    if is_on_roebe?
      e 'Reading in the dataset from this file:'
      e
      e sfile("  #{target}")
      e
    end
    unless File.exist? target
      e 'No file was found at '+sfile(target)+'.'
      exit
    end
    dataset = File.readlines(target)
    dataset.each {|line|
      splitted = line.split(' ').map(&:strip)
      opn; e "Now working on the program "\
             "`#{Colours.lightgray(splitted[0])}`."
      # =================================================================== #
      # Add onto the Hash next. Should keep it as a String.
      # =================================================================== #
      hash[splitted[0].downcase] = splitted[1].to_s
    }
    use_this_dataset = hash
  end
  use_this_dataset.each_pair {|key, value|
    value = '"'+value.to_s+'"' unless value.include? '"'
    _ << key.to_s+': '+value.to_s+N
  }
  # ======================================================================= #
  # Ok, now we should have all programs and the respective version
  # at hand - we can store it next. In the past, this made use of
  # YAML.dump() but for some strange reason, YAML.dump() gave strange
  # results; which is why I decided to generate the .yml file
  # on my own.
  # ======================================================================= #
  what = _
  into = "#{RBT.yaml_directory?}programs_version/programs_version.yml"
  opn; e "Will also store into `#{sfile(into)}`."
  write_what_into(what, into) # Store into the file programs_version.yml
  # ======================================================================= #
  # Store for my home-system as well.
  # ======================================================================= #
  if is_roebe? # On my system.
    into = "#{RUBY_SRC_DIR_RBT}yaml/programs_version/programs_version.yml"
    opn; e "Will also store into `#{sfile(into)}`."
    write_what_into(what, into)
  end
end

.generate_slackware_description_file(i, &block) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.generate_slackware_description_file

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# File 'lib/rbt/linux/slackware/generate_slack_desc_file.rb', line 347

def self.generate_slackware_description_file(i, &block)
  RBT::Linux::Slackware::GenerateSlackDescFile[i, &block].path?
end

.get_all_directories_from(here = return_pwd, return_full_path = false) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.get_all_directories_from

This will return all directories.

Invocation example:

RBT.get_all_directories_from('/home/x/src/')
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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/get_all_directories_from.rb', line 21

def self.get_all_directories_from(
    here             = return_pwd,
    return_full_path = false
  )
  here << '/' unless here.end_with? '/'
  _ = Dir["#{here}*"]
  _.select! {|entry| File.directory?(entry) }
  result = _.map {|entry| "#{entry}/" }
  if return_full_path
    result.map! {|line| File.absolute_path(line) }
  end
  return result.sort # Keep the result sorted.
end

.get_all_files_from(this_dir = return_pwd, return_full_path = true, include_hidden_files = false) ⇒ Object

#

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We will only obtain files through this method here.

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/get_all_files_from.rb', line 16

def self.get_all_files_from(
    this_dir             = return_pwd,
    return_full_path     = true,
    include_hidden_files = false
  )
  this_dir = return_pwd if this_dir.nil?
  _ = this_dir.dup
  _ << '/*' unless _.end_with? '/*'
  _ = rds(_) # Make use of RBT:rds() here.
  _ = Dir[_].select {|entry| File.file?(entry) }
  return _
end

.get_dateObject

#

RBT.get_date

As of Sep 2014, this method will return a string such as:

"12 Jan 2015"
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def self.get_date
  current_day = Time.now.strftime('%d') # This will return a string such as "30".
  current_day+
  ' '+
  Date::MONTHNAMES[Date.today.month][0,3]+
  ' '+
  Time.now.strftime('%Y')
end

.get_files_and_directories_from(here = return_pwd) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.get_files_and_directories_from

Simply combine RBT.get_all_directories_from and RBT.get_files_from via this method here.

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def self.get_files_and_directories_from(
    here = return_pwd
  )
  _ = get_all_directories_from(here)+
      get_all_files_from(here)
  return _.flatten
end

.gobolinux_naming_convention(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.gobolinux_naming_convention

Easier toplevel method for accessing the functionality of class RBT::GobolinuxNamingConvention.

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# File 'lib/rbt/linux/gobolinux/gobolinux_naming_convention.rb', line 142

def self.gobolinux_naming_convention(i)
  i = i.first if i.is_a? Array
  RBT::Gobolinux::NamingConvention.new(i).translated_name?
end

.gold(i = '') ⇒ Object

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/colours/html_colours.rb', line 100

def self.gold(i = '')
  return COLOURS.gold(i) if use_colours?
  i
end
#

This method will either extract the given user input, such as “htop-2.2.tar.gz”, or it may attempt to download the remote dataset associated with a given program at hand.

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/handle_this_extract_related_user_input.rb', line 19

def self.handle_this_extract_related_user_input(
    i
  )
  i = [i].flatten.compact.each {|user_input|
    if File.exist? user_input
      RBT.extract(user_input)
    else
      RBT.download(user_input.to_sym)
      possible_matches = Dir[user_input.to_s+'*']
      this_directory = possible_matches.select {|line|
        File.file?(line) and is_an_archive?(line)
      }.first
      RBT.extract(this_directory)
      exit
    end
  }
end

.has_an_error_occurred?Boolean

#

RBT.has_an_error_occurred?

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/error_message.rb', line 21

def self.has_an_error_occurred?
  !@error_message.empty?
end

.hash_aliases_to_the_available_programs?Boolean

#

RBT.hash_aliases_to_the_available_programs?

Query method over the available aliases to the given programs. This will include the abbreviations, too.

Usage example:

RBT.hash_aliases_to_the_available_programs?['libxshmfenc'] # => "libxshmfence"
#

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def self.hash_aliases_to_the_available_programs?
  @hash_aliases_to_the_available_programs
end

.hash_registered_binaries?Boolean

#

RBT.hash_registered_binaries?

This method is similar to the method RBT.registered_binaries? - but rather than an Array we will return the original Hash.

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def self.hash_registered_binaries?
  ALL_BINARIES
end

.highest(n = DISPLAY_N_PROGRAMS_BY_DEFAULT) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.highest

Easier API.

Usage example:

RBT.highest 123
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def self.highest(n = DISPLAY_N_PROGRAMS_BY_DEFAULT)
  RBT::Cookbooks::Highest.new(n)
end

.home_dir?Boolean

#

RBT.home_dir?

This should default towards /root or the user's home directory.

For example, for the superuser on a system, this will expand into “/root/” or “/home/debug/”.

The method will ensure that a trailing '/' is part of the result.

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def self.home_dir?
  ("#{ENV['HOME']}/").squeeze('/')
end

.host_cpu?Boolean

#

RBT.host_cpu?

#

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def self.host_cpu?
  HOST_CPU
end

.infer_build_system(i = :infer_automatically, program_path = nil, depends_on = nil, optional_hash = {}) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.infer_build_system

This method will return a String, indicating which build system is most likely to be used for a given program at hand.

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/infer_build_system.rb', line 20

def self.infer_build_system(
    i             = :infer_automatically,
    program_path  = nil,
    depends_on    = nil, # ← This optional argument can be an Array.
    optional_hash = {}
  )
  dataset_from_build_systems_priorities = YAML.load_file(
    FILE_BUILD_SYSTEMS_PRIORITIES
  )
  case i
  when nil, :default
    i = :infer_automatically
  end
  use_a_build_directory = false
  use_this_build_system = 'configure' # ← Default value.
  unless optional_hash.empty?
    if optional_hash.has_key? :use_a_build_directory
     if optional_hash[:use_a_build_directory] == true
       use_a_build_directory = true
     end
    end
  end
  case i
  # ======================================================================= #
  # === :infer_automatically
  #
  # Must query whether we will try to infer the build system automatically.
  # ======================================================================= #
  when :infer_automatically
    use_this_build_system = nil # ← Default start value.
    # ===================================================================== #
    # We will simply iterate over the Array that originated from the
    # file 'build_systems_priorities.yml'.
    # ===================================================================== #
    dataset_from_build_systems_priorities.each {|this_entry|
      # =================================================================== #
      # We will only modify the above variable if it is nil, since that
      # means it has not yet been specified in more detail.
      # =================================================================== #
      if use_this_build_system.nil?
        case this_entry
        # ================================================================= #
        # === cmake
        # ================================================================= #
        when 'cmake'
          # =============================================================== #
          # === Handle cmake installation types next
          #
          # This ought to come quite early.
          # =============================================================== #
          if does_this_file_exist?(FILE_CMAKE_LISTS, use_a_build_directory)
            if depends_on and depends_on_cmake?
              use_this_build_system = 'cmake'
            else
              use_this_build_system = 'cmake'
            end
          end
        # ================================================================= #
        # === configure
        # ================================================================= #
        when 'configure'
          # =============================================================== #
          # === Check for GNU configure script
          #
          # This will check for configure.
          # =============================================================== #
          if does_this_file_exist?('configure', use_a_build_directory)
            use_this_build_system = 'configure'
          end
        # ================================================================= #
        # === meson
        # ================================================================= #
        when 'meson'
          # =============================================================== #
          # === Handle meson build next                             (meson tag)
          #
          # However had, some programs may have both a configure-script
          # and meson files. In this case, we have to determine which
          # one is to be run, which is done within the following
          # "elsif" clause.
          # =============================================================== #
          if meson_build_file_exists?(:default, use_a_build_directory) # In this case, handle meson.
            use_this_build_system = 'meson'
            if does_this_file_exist?('configure') and
               configure_has_a_higher_priority_than_meson?
              use_this_build_system = 'configure'
            end
          end
        # ================================================================= #
        # === waf
        # ================================================================= #
        when 'waf'
          # =============================================================== #
          # === Handle 'waf' installations next
          # =============================================================== #
          if does_this_file_exist?(FILE_WAF, use_a_build_directory) and
            !meson_build_file_exists?
            if depends_on and depends_on_waf?
              use_this_build_system = 'waf'
            else
              use_this_build_system = 'waf'
            end
          end
        # ================================================================= #
        # === scons
        # ================================================================= #
        when 'scons'
          # =============================================================== #
          # === Handle programs based on scons next
          # =============================================================== #
          if does_this_file_exist?(FILE_SCONS) and
            !meson_build_file_exists?
            if depends_on and depends_on_python?
              use_this_build_system = 'scons'
            else
              use_this_build_system = 'scons'
            end
          end
        end
      end
    }
    if use_this_build_system.nil?
      # =================================================================== #
      # If it is still nil then we try some other checks.
      # =================================================================== #
      # === Check for a rubygem file:
      # =================================================================== #
      if program_path and program_path.end_with?('.gem')
        use_this_build_system = 'rubygem'
      # =================================================================== #
      # === Check for ninja:
      # =================================================================== #
      elsif depends_on and depends_on_ninja?(depends_on)
        use_this_build_system = 'ninja'
      # =================================================================== #
      # === Handle "setup.py" files next
      # =================================================================== #
      elsif does_this_file_exist?(FILE_SETUP_PY) and
           !meson_build_file_exists?
        if depends_on and depends_on_python?
          use_this_build_system = 'python'
        else
          use_this_build_system = 'python'
        end
      end
    end
  else
    if does_this_file_exist?(FILE_SETUP_PY)
      use_this_build_system = 'python'
    elsif meson_build_file_exists?(:default, use_a_build_directory)
      use_this_build_system = 'meson'
    else # This is our default then.
      if i.is_a? Symbol
        e "Unregistered symbol: #{i}"
      else
        use_this_build_system = i
      end
    end
  end
  use_this_build_system # Return our findings here.
end

.infer_these_binaries_will_be_installed_by(this_program = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.infer_these_binaries_will_be_installed_by

This method can be used to infer the binaries that may be installed by a given program at hand. This requires that the program has been installed already under an AppDir prefix.

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def self.infer_these_binaries_will_be_installed_by(
    this_program = ARGV
  )
  RBT::SuggestCookbookFor.new(this_program) { :do_not_report }.binaries?
end

.infer_these_libraries_will_be_installed_by(this_program = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.infer_these_libraries_will_be_installed_by

This method can be used to infer the libraries that may be installed by a given program at hand. This requires that the program has been installed already under an AppDir prefix.

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def self.infer_these_libraries_will_be_installed_by(
    this_program = ARGV
  )
  RBT::SuggestCookbookFor.new(this_program) { :do_not_report }.libraries?
end

.initialize_configurationObject

#

RBT.initialize_configuration

Use a method to initialize the configuration for the RBT project.

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# File 'lib/rbt/configuration/initialize_configuration.rb', line 31

def self.initialize_configuration
  # ======================================================================= #
  # We will set the @configuration variable to a specific value here.
  # ======================================================================= #
  RBT.set_configuration(
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Load up the data from the directory. This requires the file called
    # 'configuration_directory.rb'.
    # ===================================================================== #
    configuration_directory? # <- This is a String such as "/Programs/Ruby/2.5.1/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.5.0/rbt/yaml/configuration/"
  )
  # ======================================================================= #
  # === enable_gobolinux_config
  #
  # Use a specific "template" when we are on a GoboLinux distribution.
  #
  # Do also note that in the more recent GoboLinux versions, say past
  # the year 2017, the directories have changed a bit. The following
  # code will ONLY honour the current versions, not the older legacy
  # GoboLinux versions.
  # ======================================================================= #
  if @configuration.respond_to?(:enable_gobolinux_config) and
     @configuration.enable_gobolinux_config
    RBT.set_system_directory('/System/') # === SYSTEM_DIR
    @system_index_directory    = "#{SYSTEM_DIR}Index/"
    RBT.set_source_directory('/Files/Compile/Source/') # /Files/Compile/Archives/
    RBT.set_programs_directory('/Programs/') # Hardcoded, on GoboLinux.
    RBT.set_temp_directory(SYSTEM_DIR+'Variable/tmp/') # CONFIG.temp_dir
    RBT.set_depot_directory('/Depot/')
    @system_links_directory    = "#{SYSTEM_DIR}Links/"
    RBT.set_packages_directory("#{DEPOT_DIR}Packages/") # This is not a Gobolinux Directory, though.
    @pkgconfig_directory       = "#{SYSTEM_LINKS_DIR}Libraries/pkgconfig/"
    RBT.set_sysbin_directory("#{SYSTEM_INDEX}bin/")
    RBT.set_syslib_directory("#{SYSTEM_INDEX}lib/")
    RBT.set_sysinclude_directory("#{SYSTEM_INDEX}include/")
    RBT.set_system_settings_directory("#{SYSTEM_DIR}Settings/")
    RBT.set_system_share_directory("#{SYSTEM_LINKS_DIR}Shared/")
    @system_libexec_directory      = "#{SYSTEM_INDEX}libexec/"
    @system_environment_directory  = "#{SYSTEM_LINKS_DIR}Environment/"
    @system_tasks_directory        = "#{SYSTEM_LINKS_DIR}Tasks/"
    @system_logs_directory         = "#{SYSTEM_DIR}Logs/"
    @system_kernel_directory       = "#{SYSTEM_DIR}Kernel/"
  else # ================================================================== #
       # Else, we will set the default variables here via the CONFIG
       # object. Keep a trailing / here.
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Keep a reference to the TEMP Directory used by the RBT Scripts here.
    # We will extract archives into this directory (the temp directory).
    # Before we will assign to the constant, we first have to do some
    # sanitizing.
    # ===================================================================== #
    _ = rds(
      @configuration.temp_directory
    )
    if _.include? '#' # Chop off in this case.
      _ = _[0, _.index('#')].strip
      _ << '/' unless _.end_with? '/'
    end
    # ===================================================================== #
    # _ may be "/Depot/Temp/rbt/".
    # ===================================================================== #
    RBT.set_temp_directory(_)
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Keep a reference to the Programs dir.
    # ===================================================================== #
    RBT.set_programs_directory(@configuration.programs_directory)
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === The source directory
    # ===================================================================== #
    RBT.set_source_directory(@configuration.source_directory) # Where to store all Source files.
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === The /System/ directory
    # ===================================================================== #
    RBT.set_system_directory(@configuration.system_directory) # '/System/'
    RBT.set_sysbin_directory(@configuration.sysbin_directory) # Standard sysbin directory.
    RBT.set_syslib_directory(@configuration.syslib_directory) # Standard syslib directory.
    RBT.set_sysinclude_directory(@configuration.sysinclude_dir) # Standard include directory.
    # SYSLIB_DIR+'/pkgconfig/' # including pkgconfig
    RBT.set_depot_directory(@configuration.depot_dir)
    @system_logs_directory = rds(@configuration.system_logs+'/') # SYSTEM_DIR+'Logs' # Where to keep our syslogs.
    RBT.set_log_directory # Default it to some value.
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === SYSTEM_SETTINGS_DIR
    #
    # Where to keep the /etc equivalent.
    # ===================================================================== #
    RBT.set_system_settings_directory(@configuration.system_settings_dir)
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === The Packages Dir
    #
    # On my system it is at /Depot/Packages.
    # ===================================================================== #
    RBT.set_packages_directory(@configuration.packages_directory)
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === MY_SYSSHARE
    #
    # Next, handle the SYSSHARE_DIR directory.
    # ===================================================================== #
    if ENV['MY_SYSSHARE']
      RBT.set_system_share_directory(ENV['MY_SYSSHARE'].dup)
    else
      RBT.set_system_share_directory(@configuration.sysshare_directory)
    end
    # ===================================================================== #
    # === PKGCONFIG_DIR
    #
    # PKGCONFIG_DIR is hardcoded for now.
    # ===================================================================== #
    @pkgconfig_directory = rds(@configuration.pkgconfig_dir+'/')
  end
end

.install_libstdc_plus_plus(shall_we_extract_the_tarball = true, use_this_gcc_version = '10.1.0', to = RBT.log_dir?, use_this_as_target_prefix = RBT.programs_directory?) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.install_libstdc_plus_plus

The following code was taken/adapted from:

http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/view/stable/chapter05/gcc-libstdc++.html
#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/install_libstdc_plus_plus.rb', line 24

def self.install_libstdc_plus_plus(
    shall_we_extract_the_tarball = true, # ← We could skip it, too.
    use_this_gcc_version         = '10.1.0',
    to                           = RBT.log_dir?,
    use_this_as_target_prefix    = RBT.programs_directory?
  )
  what = "/home/x/src/gcc/gcc-#{use_this_gcc_version}.tar.xz"
  if shall_we_extract_the_tarball
    Extracter.what_to(what, to)
  end
  cd("#{to}#{use_this_gcc_version}/")
  use_this_as_host = 'x86_64-linux-gnu'
  target_dir = 'BUILD_FOR_LIBSTDC++'
  mkdir target_dir
  cd target_dir
  use_this_full_prefix_target = use_this_as_target_prefix+'Libstdc++/'+use_this_gcc_version
  _ = '../libstdc++-v3/configure           \
  --host='+use_this_as_host+'  \
  --prefix='+use_this_full_prefix_target+'                 \
  --disable-multilib              \
  --disable-nls                   \
  --disable-libstdcxx-threads     \
  --disable-libstdcxx-pch         \
  --with-gxx-include-dir='+use_this_as_target_prefix+'Gcc/Current/include/c++/'+use_this_gcc_version
  esystem _
  esystem 'make'
  esystem 'make install'
  require 'rbt/utility_scripts/to_current.rb'
  RBT::ToCurrent.new(use_this_full_prefix_target)
end

.install_this_rubygem(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.install_this_rubygem

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def self.install_this_rubygem(i)
  compile_object = RBT::Compile.new(:do_not_run_yet)
  compile_object.determine_the_dataset_for_this_program(i)
  compile_object.set_program_path(compile_object.cookbook_dataset_program_path?)
  compile_object.install_this_ruby_gem(:default, :do_not_exit)
end

.is_an_abbreviation?(i) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_an_abbreviation?

Usage example:

RBT.is_an_abbreviation? 'libxshmfe' # => true
RBT.is_an_abbreviation? 'x11'       # => true
RBT.is_an_abbreviation? 'libx11'    # => false
#

Returns:

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def self.is_an_abbreviation?(i)
  RBT.hash_aliases_to_the_available_programs?.has_key? i
end

.is_an_alias?(i) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_an_alias?

This method will return true if the input is an alias, and otherwise it will return false.

We will get rid of ':' in the input.

To test this method, do:

RBT.is_an_alias? 'htop'
RBT.is_an_alias? 'blkid'
#

Returns:

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def self.is_an_alias?(i)
  RBT::Cookbooks::Aliases.new(i).is_an_alias?
end

.is_an_archive?(i) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_an_archive?

This method will return true if the given input is considered to be an archive; and false otherwise.

#

Returns:

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/archive_type.rb', line 17

def self.is_an_archive?(i)
  ARRAY_REGISTERED_ARCHIVES.any? {|entry|
    i.end_with? entry
  }
end

.is_included?(i, honour_aliases = true) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_included?

This method can be used to query whether a given input is included or whether it is not - that is, if the input may be a program that is registered in the RBT project.

By default we will also include aliases, but this can be disabled, such as by using the Symbol :do_not_check_for_aliases as the second argument to this method.

Remember that all aliases in use are stored in a yaml file. If you want to add new aliases or change the existing ones, you may have to modify that yaml file.

In principle, we could also restrict this method here to only-aliases but I found that the API reads differently than this intent.

Usage examples for this method:

RBT.is_included? 'abiword' # => true
RBT.is_included? 'aclocal'
#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/is_included.rb', line 35

def self.is_included?(
    i,
    honour_aliases = true
  )
  if i
    i = i.join(' ').strip if i.is_a? Array
    # ===================================================================== #
    # We need a String past this point.
    # ===================================================================== #
    i = i.to_s unless i.is_a? String
    i.delete!(':') if i.include? ':' # We ignore ':' tokens.
    keys = available_programs?
    case honour_aliases
    when :default # Restore the default state in this case.
      honour_aliases = true
    when :do_not_honour_aliases,
         :do_not_check_for_aliases,
         :do_not_use_aliases,
         :ignore_aliases,
         :user_disabled_this_setting_via_the_commandline
      honour_aliases = false
    end
    if honour_aliases
      aliases = RBT::Cookbooks::Aliases.new(i)
      all_aliases = aliases.dataset
      # =================================================================== #
      # Merge the keys together next, starting with the default programs.
      # ==================================================================== #
      keys << all_aliases.keys
    end
    keys.flatten!
    return keys.include?(i)
  else
    false
  end
end

.is_on_64_bit?Boolean

#

RBT.is_on_64_bit?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/determine_host_architecture.rb', line 41

def self.is_on_64_bit?
  determine_host_architecture.include? '64'
end

.is_on_windows?Boolean

#

RBT.is_on_windows?

This method will return true if we are on windows; and false otherwise.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/is_on_windows.rb', line 14

def self.is_on_windows?
  return true if RUBY_PLATFORM.include? 'win'
  return false
end

.is_roebe?Boolean

#

RBT.is_roebe?

This method is only useful on my home system, where the environment variable IS_ROEBE has been set to 1.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/roebe.rb', line 15

def self.is_roebe?
  "#{ENV['IS_ROEBE']}" == '1'
end

.is_this_a_real_gobolinux_system?Boolean

#

RBT.is_this_a_real_gobolinux_system?

This method queries whether we are on a real GoboLinux system.

In order to determine this, as a true or false answer, we will ONLY check on local file-paths and possibly directory-paths.

We will check for three targets.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/gobolinux.rb', line 22

def self.is_this_a_real_gobolinux_system?
  File.exist?('/System/Aliens') and 
  File.exist?('/System/Kernel/Boot/System.map') and
  File.symlink?('/System/Kernel/Boot/System.map')
end

.is_this_a_registered_gir_file?(i = 'Gtk+-3.0.gir') ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_this_a_registered_gir_file?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_gir_files.rb', line 186

def self.is_this_a_registered_gir_file?(i = 'Gtk+-3.0.gir')
  dataset = YAML.load_file(file_registered_gir_files)
  dataset.has_key?(i)
end

.is_this_a_registered_m4_file?(i = 'pkg.m4') ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_this_a_registered_m4_file?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_m4_files.rb', line 204

def self.is_this_a_registered_m4_file?(i = 'pkg.m4')
  if File.exist? file_registered_m4_files
    dataset = YAML.load_file(file_registered_m4_files)
    dataset.has_key?(i)
  else
    false
  end
end

.is_this_a_registered_pkgconfig_file?(i = 'xau.pc') ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_this_a_registered_pkgconfig_file?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_pkgconfig_files.rb', line 209

def self.is_this_a_registered_pkgconfig_file?(i = 'xau.pc')
  if File.exist? file_registered_pkgconfig_files
    dataset = YAML.load_file(file_registered_pkgconfig_files)
    dataset.has_key?(i)
  else
    false
  end
end

.is_this_header_included?(i) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_this_header_included?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_headers.rb', line 241

def self.is_this_header_included?(i)
  all_headers?.has_key?(i)
end

.is_this_partial_header_included?(i) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_this_partial_header_included?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/registered/registered_headers.rb', line 248

def self.is_this_partial_header_included?(i)
  result = all_headers?.transform_keys {|entry|
    File.basename(entry)
  }
  result.has_key?(i)
end

.is_this_program_included?(this_program, optional_argument = nil) ⇒ Boolean

#

RBT.is_this_program_included?

This method can be used to determine whether the given input argument to this method is a registered program; aka whether this program is included as part of the RBT project. A boolean will thus be returned, true indicating inclusion, and false indicating that the input is NOT a registered program.

Any input that is assumed to be a program, and included (thus returning true via this method), is additionally assumed to have an associated .yml dataset that describes how this program can be installed.

If the second argument is given, and is the Symbol :include_abbreviations or :with_abbreviations, or any similar symbol, then the abbreviations will also be considered.

Usage examples:

RBT.is_this_program_included? 'gawk'
RBT.is_this_program_included? 'awk'
#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/available_programs.rb', line 277

def self.is_this_program_included?(
    this_program,
    optional_argument = nil # <- Can be :include_abbreviations
  )
  result = RBT.determine_available_programs.include?(this_program)
  case optional_argument
  # ======================================================================= #
  # === :do_not_check_for_aliases
  # ======================================================================= #
  when :do_not_check_for_aliases
    # This clause will not check for aliases.
  # ======================================================================= #
  # === :include_abbreviations
  #
  # This is the default value - see the symbol :default.
  # ======================================================================= #
  when :include_abbreviations,
       :with_abbreviations,
       :with_aliases,
       :default
    # ===================================================================== #
    # Keep a reference to the Hash that stores the aliases to the
    # available programs at hand.
    # ===================================================================== #
    abbreviations = RBT.hash_aliases_to_the_available_programs
    if abbreviations.has_key? this_program
      result = true
    end
  end
  result
end

.last_update?Boolean

#

RBT.last_update?

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/version/version.rb', line 52

def self.last_update?
  LAST_UPDATE
end

.libtool(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.libtool

Easier module-level method towards Libtool.

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/libtool/misc.rb', line 163

def self.libtool(i = ARGV)
  RBT::Libtool.new(i)
end

.lightblue(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.lightblue

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/colours/html_colours.rb', line 28

def self.lightblue(i)
  return COLOURS.lightblue(i) if use_colours?
  i
end

.lightgreen(i = '') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.lightgreen

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/colours/html_colours.rb', line 116

def self.lightgreen(i = '')
  return COLOURS.lightgreen(i) if use_colours?
  i
end

.lightsalmon(i = '') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.lightsalmon

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# File 'lib/rbt/colours/html_colours.rb', line 68

def self.lightsalmon(i = '')
  return COLOURS.lightsalmon(i) if use_colours?
  i
end

.load_yaml(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.load_yaml

You may use this method when loading a yaml file in the RBT project.

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# File 'lib/rbt/requires/require_yaml.rb', line 66

def self.load_yaml(i)
  YAML.load_file(i)
end

.log_directory?Boolean

#

RBT.log_directory?

Query method for the @log_directory variable. Prefer to use this method or any of its aliases rather than the constant called LOG_DIR.

On my home system this usually defaults to “/home/Temp/rbt/”.

#

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/log_directory.rb', line 27

def self.log_directory?
  @log_directory
end

.make_app_prefix(for_this_program = :infer) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.make_app_prefix

This method will ultimately execute a command such as this one here:

make PREFIX=/home/Programs/Xfce4-panel/4.14.3/ install
#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/make_app_prefix.rb', line 22

def self.make_app_prefix(
    for_this_program = :infer
  )
  begin
    require 'program_information'
  rescue LoadError; end
  if for_this_program.is_a? Array and for_this_program.empty?
    for_this_program = :default
  end
  case for_this_program
  # ======================================================================= #
  # === :infer
  #
  # This is the default entry point to this method.
  # ======================================================================= #
  when :infer,
       :default
    _ = File.basename(return_pwd)
    program_name    = ProgramInformation.return_name(_)
    program_version = ProgramInformation.return_version(_)
    target = programs_dir?+program_name.capitalize+'/'+program_version.to_s+'/'
    # esystem 'make PREFIX='+target
    cmd_to_run = "make PREFIX=#{target} install"
    e
    esystem cmd_to_run
    e
  end
end

.map_this_input_to_that_registered_program(i = ARGV) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.map_this_input_to_that_registered_program

Usage example:

RBT.map_this_input_to_that_registered_program('mutool') # => "mupdf"
#

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# File 'lib/rbt/misc/map_this_input_to_that_registered_program.rb', line 351

def self.map_this_input_to_that_registered_program(i = ARGV)
  i = i.first if i.is_a? Array
  RBT::MapThisInputToThatRegisteredProgram[i]
end

.mediumseagreen(i = '') ⇒ Object

#

RBT.mediumseagreen

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# File 'lib/rbt/colours/html_colours.rb', line 132

def self.mediumseagreen(i = '')
  return COLOURS.mediumseagreen(i) if use_colours?
  i
end

.mediumslateblue(i) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.mediumslateblue

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/colours/html_colours.rb', line 20

def self.mediumslateblue(i)
  return COLOURS.mediumslateblue(i) if use_colours?
  i
end

.meson_appdir_prefix(i = :use_cwd_as_input) ⇒ Object

#

RBT.meson_appdir_prefix

The argument to this method defaults to the symbol called :use_cwd_as_input, which will be translated into the current working directory.

#

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# File 'lib/rbt/toplevel_methods/meson.rb', line 30

def self.meson_appdir_prefix(
    i = :use_cwd_as_input
  )
  case i
  when :use_cwd_as_input
    i = return_pwd
  end
  i = File.basename(i)