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Re: `guix lint' warn of GitHub autogenerated source tarballs

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: `guix lint' warn of GitHub autogenerated source tarballs
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2018 21:50:51 +0100
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Efraim Flashner <address@hidden> skribis:

> Here's what I currently have. I don't think I've tried running the tests
> I've written yet, and Ludo said there was a better way to check if the
> download was a git-fetch or a url-fetch. As the logic is currently
> written it'll flag any package hosted on github owned by 'archive' or
> any package named 'archive' in addition to the ones we want.

OK.  I think you’re pretty much there anyway, so please don’t drop the
ball.  ;-)

Some comments follow:

> From 8a07c8aea1f23db48a9e69956ad15f79f0f70e35 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
> From: Efraim Flashner <address@hidden>
> Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2018 12:01:53 +0300
> Subject: [PATCH] lint: Add checker for unstable tarballs.
> * guix/scripts/lint.scm (check-source-unstable-tarball): New procedure.
> (%checkers): Add it.
> * tests/lint.scm ("source-unstable-tarball", source-unstable-tarball:
> source #f", "source-unstable-tarball: valid", source-unstable-tarball:
> not-github", source-unstable-tarball: git-fetch"): New tests.


> +(define (check-source-unstable-tarball package)
> +  "Emit a warning if PACKAGE's source is an autogenerated tarball."
> +  (define (github-tarball? origin)
> +    (string-contains origin ""))
> +  (define (autogenerated-tarball? origin)
> +    (string-contains origin "/archive/"))
> +  (let ((origin (package-source package)))
> +    (unless (not origin) ; check for '(source #f)'
> +      (let ((uri       (origin-uri origin))
> +            (dl-method (origin-method origin)))
> +        (unless (not (pk dl-method "url-fetch"))
> +        (when (and (github-tarball? uri)
> +                   (autogenerated-tarball? uri))
> +          (emit-warning package
> +                        (G_ "the source URI should not be an autogenerated 
> tarball")
> +                        'source)))))))

You should use ‘origin-uris’ (plural), which always returns a list of
URIs, and iterate on them (see ‘check-mirror-url’ as an example.)

Also, when you have a URI, you can obtain just the host part and decode
the path part like this:

--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
scheme@(guile-user)> (string->uri "";)
$2 = #<<uri> scheme: https userinfo: #f host: "" port: #f path: 
"/foo/bar/archive/whatnot" query: #f fragment: #f>
scheme@(guile-user)> (uri-host $2)
$3 = ""
scheme@(guile-user)> (split-and-decode-uri-path (uri-path $2))
$4 = ("foo" "bar" "archive" "whatnot")
--8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---

That way you should be able to get more accurate matching than with
‘string-contains’.  Does that make sense?

The tests look good… but could you make sure they pass?  :-)

Thank you!


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