Module: Homebrew::MissingFormula

Defined in:
Library/Homebrew/missing_formula.rb,
Library/Homebrew/extend/os/mac/missing_formula.rb

Class Method Summary collapse

Class Method Details

.blacklisted_reason(name) ⇒ Object



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# File 'Library/Homebrew/missing_formula.rb', line 13

def blacklisted_reason(name)
  case name.downcase
  when "gem", /^rubygems?$/ then <<~EOS
    Homebrew provides gem via: `brew install ruby`.
    EOS
  when "tex", "tex-live", "texlive", "latex" then <<~EOS
    Installing TeX from source is weird and gross, requires a lot of patches,
    and only builds 32-bit (and thus can't use Homebrew dependencies)

    We recommend using a MacTeX distribution: https://www.tug.org/mactex/

    You can install it with Homebrew-Cask:
      brew cask install mactex
    EOS
  when "pip" then <<~EOS
    Homebrew provides pip via: `brew install python`. However you will then
    have two Pythons installed on your Mac, so alternatively you can install
    pip via the instructions at:
      #{Formatter.url("https://pip.readthedocs.io/en/stable/installing/")}
    EOS
  when "pil" then <<~EOS
    Instead of PIL, consider `pip2 install pillow`.
    EOS
  when "macruby" then <<~EOS
    MacRuby is not packaged and is on an indefinite development hiatus.
    You can read more about it at:
      #{Formatter.url("https://github.com/MacRuby/MacRuby")}
    EOS
  when /(lib)?lzma/
    "lzma is now part of the xz formula."
  when "gtest", "googletest", "google-test" then <<~EOS
    Installing gtest system-wide is not recommended; it should be vendored
    in your projects that use it.
    EOS
  when "gmock", "googlemock", "google-mock" then <<~EOS
    Installing gmock system-wide is not recommended; it should be vendored
    in your projects that use it.
    EOS
  when "sshpass" then <<~EOS
    We won't add sshpass because it makes it too easy for novice SSH users to
    ruin SSH's security.
    EOS
  when "gsutil" then <<~EOS
    Install gsutil with `pip2 install gsutil`
    EOS
  when "gfortran" then <<~EOS
    GNU Fortran is now provided as part of GCC, and can be installed with:
      brew install gcc
    EOS
  when "play" then <<~EOS
    Play 2.3 replaces the play command with activator:
      brew install typesafe-activator

    You can read more about this change at:
      #{Formatter.url("https://www.playframework.com/documentation/2.3.x/Migration23")}
      #{Formatter.url("https://www.playframework.com/documentation/2.3.x/Highlights23")}
    EOS
  when "haskell-platform" then <<~EOS
    We no longer package haskell-platform. Consider installing ghc
    and cabal-install instead:
      brew install ghc cabal-install

    You can install with Homebrew-Cask:
      brew cask install haskell-platform
    EOS
  when "mysqldump-secure" then <<~EOS
    The creator of mysqldump-secure tried to game our popularity metrics.
    EOS
  when "ngrok" then <<~EOS
    Upstream sunsetted 1.x in March 2016 and 2.x is not open-source.

    If you wish to use the 2.x release you can install with Homebrew-Cask:
      brew cask install ngrok
    EOS
  end
end

.deleted_reason(name, silent: false) ⇒ Object



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# File 'Library/Homebrew/missing_formula.rb', line 116

def deleted_reason(name, silent: false)
  path = Formulary.path name
  return if File.exist? path
  tap = Tap.from_path(path)
  return if tap.nil? || !File.exist?(tap.path)
  relative_path = path.relative_path_from tap.path

  tap.path.cd do
    unless silent
      ohai "Searching for a previously deleted formula (in the last month)..."
      if (tap.path/".git/shallow").exist?
        opoo <<~EOS
          #{tap} is shallow clone. To get complete history run:
            git -C "$(brew --repo #{tap})" fetch --unshallow

        EOS
      end
    end

    log_command = "git log --since='1 month ago' --diff-filter=D --name-only --max-count=1 --format=%H\\\\n%h\\\\n%B -- #{relative_path}"
    hash, short_hash, *commit_message, relative_path =
      Utils.popen_read(log_command).gsub("\\n", "\n").lines.map(&:chomp)

    if hash.to_s.empty? || short_hash.to_s.empty? ||
       relative_path.to_s.empty?
      ofail "No previously deleted formula found." unless silent
      return
    end

    commit_message = commit_message.reject(&:empty?).join("\n  ")

    commit_message.sub!(/ \(#(\d+)\)$/, " (#{tap.issues_url}/\\1)")
    commit_message.gsub!(/(Closes|Fixes) #(\d+)/, "\\1 #{tap.issues_url}/\\2")

    <<~EOS
      #{name} was deleted from #{tap.name} in commit #{short_hash}:
        #{commit_message}

      To show the formula before removal run:
        git -C "$(brew --repo #{tap})" show #{short_hash}^:#{relative_path}

      If you still use this formula consider creating your own tap:
        https://docs.brew.sh/How-to-Create-and-Maintain-a-Tap.html
    EOS
  end
end

.generic_blacklisted_reasonObject



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# File 'Library/Homebrew/missing_formula.rb', line 89

def blacklisted_reason(name)
  case name.downcase
  when "gem", /^rubygems?$/ then <<~EOS
    Homebrew provides gem via: `brew install ruby`.
    EOS
  when "tex", "tex-live", "texlive", "latex" then <<~EOS
    Installing TeX from source is weird and gross, requires a lot of patches,
    and only builds 32-bit (and thus can't use Homebrew dependencies)

    We recommend using a MacTeX distribution: https://www.tug.org/mactex/

    You can install it with Homebrew-Cask:
      brew cask install mactex
    EOS
  when "pip" then <<~EOS
    Homebrew provides pip via: `brew install python`. However you will then
    have two Pythons installed on your Mac, so alternatively you can install
    pip via the instructions at:
      #{Formatter.url("https://pip.readthedocs.io/en/stable/installing/")}
    EOS
  when "pil" then <<~EOS
    Instead of PIL, consider `pip2 install pillow`.
    EOS
  when "macruby" then <<~EOS
    MacRuby is not packaged and is on an indefinite development hiatus.
    You can read more about it at:
      #{Formatter.url("https://github.com/MacRuby/MacRuby")}
    EOS
  when /(lib)?lzma/
    "lzma is now part of the xz formula."
  when "gtest", "googletest", "google-test" then <<~EOS
    Installing gtest system-wide is not recommended; it should be vendored
    in your projects that use it.
    EOS
  when "gmock", "googlemock", "google-mock" then <<~EOS
    Installing gmock system-wide is not recommended; it should be vendored
    in your projects that use it.
    EOS
  when "sshpass" then <<~EOS
    We won't add sshpass because it makes it too easy for novice SSH users to
    ruin SSH's security.
    EOS
  when "gsutil" then <<~EOS
    Install gsutil with `pip2 install gsutil`
    EOS
  when "gfortran" then <<~EOS
    GNU Fortran is now provided as part of GCC, and can be installed with:
      brew install gcc
    EOS
  when "play" then <<~EOS
    Play 2.3 replaces the play command with activator:
      brew install typesafe-activator

    You can read more about this change at:
      #{Formatter.url("https://www.playframework.com/documentation/2.3.x/Migration23")}
      #{Formatter.url("https://www.playframework.com/documentation/2.3.x/Highlights23")}
    EOS
  when "haskell-platform" then <<~EOS
    We no longer package haskell-platform. Consider installing ghc
    and cabal-install instead:
      brew install ghc cabal-install

    You can install with Homebrew-Cask:
      brew cask install haskell-platform
    EOS
  when "mysqldump-secure" then <<~EOS
    The creator of mysqldump-secure tried to game our popularity metrics.
    EOS
  when "ngrok" then <<~EOS
    Upstream sunsetted 1.x in March 2016 and 2.x is not open-source.

    If you wish to use the 2.x release you can install with Homebrew-Cask:
      brew cask install ngrok
    EOS
  end
end

.reason(name, silent: false) ⇒ Object



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# File 'Library/Homebrew/missing_formula.rb', line 8

def reason(name, silent: false)
  blacklisted_reason(name) || tap_migration_reason(name) ||
    deleted_reason(name, silent: silent)
end

.tap_migration_reason(name) ⇒ Object



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# File 'Library/Homebrew/missing_formula.rb', line 91

def tap_migration_reason(name)
  message = nil

  Tap.each do |old_tap|
    new_tap = old_tap.tap_migrations[name]
    next unless new_tap

    new_tap_user, new_tap_repo, = new_tap.split("/")
    new_tap_name = "#{new_tap_user}/#{new_tap_repo}"

    message = <<~EOS
      It was migrated from #{old_tap} to #{new_tap}.
    EOS
    break if new_tap_name == CoreTap.instance.name

    message += <<~EOS
      You can access it again by running:
        brew tap #{new_tap_name}
    EOS
    break
  end

  message
end