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make-secnet-sites: In -u mode, output file "dereferences" include directives
authorIan Jackson <ijackson@chiark.greenend.org.uk>
Tue, 10 Jul 2012 23:58:12 +0000 (00:58 +0100)
committerIan Jackson <ijackson@chiark.greenend.org.uk>
Thu, 12 Jul 2012 18:54:26 +0000 (19:54 +0100)
Whenm make-secnet-sites is writing the "output" sites file in -u
(groupfile update) mode, it includes the effective contents of files
referenced in "include" directives, rather than the "include"
directive itself.

So the "output" sites file does not any longer depend on any files
included by the header.

Signed-off-by: Ian Jackson <ijackson@chiark.greenend.org.uk>
make-secnet-sites

index 0c19a78..aa50344 100755 (executable)
@@ -334,23 +334,22 @@ def pline(i,allow_include=False):
        "Process a configuration file line"
        global allow_defs, obstack, root
        w=string.split(i.rstrip('\n'))
        "Process a configuration file line"
        global allow_defs, obstack, root
        w=string.split(i.rstrip('\n'))
-       if len(w)==0: return
+       if len(w)==0: return [i]
        keyword=w[0]
        current=obstack[len(obstack)-1]
        if keyword=='end-definitions':
                allow_defs=sitelevel.depth
                obstack=[root]
        keyword=w[0]
        current=obstack[len(obstack)-1]
        if keyword=='end-definitions':
                allow_defs=sitelevel.depth
                obstack=[root]
-               return
+               return [i]
        if keyword=='include':
                if not allow_include:
                        complain("include not permitted here")
        if keyword=='include':
                if not allow_include:
                        complain("include not permitted here")
-                       return
+                       return []
                if len(w) != 2:
                        complain("include requires one argument")
                if len(w) != 2:
                        complain("include requires one argument")
-                       return
+                       return []
                newfile=os.path.join(os.path.dirname(file),w[1])
                newfile=os.path.join(os.path.dirname(file),w[1])
-               pfilepath(newfile,allow_include=allow_include)
-               return
+               return pfilepath(newfile,allow_include=allow_include)
        if levels.has_key(keyword):
                # We may go up any number of levels, but only down by one
                newdepth=levels[keyword].depth
        if levels.has_key(keyword):
                # We may go up any number of levels, but only down by one
                newdepth=levels[keyword].depth
@@ -381,33 +380,34 @@ def pline(i,allow_include=False):
                        current.children[w[1]]=nl
                        current=nl
                obstack.append(current)
                        current.children[w[1]]=nl
                        current=nl
                obstack.append(current)
-               return
+               return [i]
        if current.allow_properties.has_key(keyword):
                set_property(current,w)
        if current.allow_properties.has_key(keyword):
                set_property(current,w)
-               return
+               return [i]
        else:
                complain("Property %s not allowed at %s level"%
                        (keyword,current.type))
        else:
                complain("Property %s not allowed at %s level"%
                        (keyword,current.type))
-               return
+               return []
 
        complain("unknown keyword '%s'"%(keyword))
 
 def pfilepath(pathname,allow_include=False):
        f=open(pathname)
 
        complain("unknown keyword '%s'"%(keyword))
 
 def pfilepath(pathname,allow_include=False):
        f=open(pathname)
-       lines=f.readlines()
-       pfile(pathname,lines,allow_include=allow_include)
+       outlines=pfile(pathname,f.readlines(),allow_include=allow_include)
        f.close()
        f.close()
-       return lines
+       return outlines
 
 def pfile(name,lines,allow_include=False):
        "Process a file"
        global file,line
        file=name
        line=0
 
 def pfile(name,lines,allow_include=False):
        "Process a file"
        global file,line
        file=name
        line=0
+       outlines=[]
        for i in lines:
                line=line+1
                if (i[0]=='#'): continue
        for i in lines:
                line=line+1
                if (i[0]=='#'): continue
-               pline(i,allow_include=allow_include)
+               outlines += pline(i,allow_include=allow_include)
+       return outlines
 
 def outputsites(w):
        "Output include file for secnet configuration"
 
 def outputsites(w):
        "Output include file for secnet configuration"