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# Maintainer: Chris Severance aur.severach aATt spamgourmet dott com

_opt_DKMS=1            # This can be toggled between installs
#_opt_defaultmode='666' # default: 660

# Todo: Implement _opt_defaultmode
# Todo: Test secure mode

# Todo: python tools should be updated to python3
# Todo: nslinktool Config Driver needs an up down button to reorder entries
# Todo: TUI firmware updater.
# Todo: Comtrol icons for nslinktool and the firmware updater
# Todo: nslinktool set the mouse pointer to a spinning circle far too long after startup

# Uninstall cleanup: sudo rm -f /etc/nslink.conf*

# Configure with the NS-Link Manager GUI, Config Driver
# Ports are /dev/ttySI0 through /dev/ttySI31

set -u
pkgname='nslink'
pkgver='7.28'
pkgrel='3'
pkgdesc='tty driver and firmware update for Comtrol DeviceMaster, RTS, LT, PRO, 500, UP, RPSH-SI, RPSH, and Serial port Hub console terminal device server'
# UP is not explicitly supported by NS-Link, only by the firmware updater.
_pkgdescshort="Comtrol DeviceMaster ${pkgname} TTY driver"
arch=('i686' 'x86_64')
url='http://www.comtrol.com/'
license=('GPL')
depends=('glibc' 'openssl' 'python2' 'sed' 'groff' 'tcl' 'tk' 'util-linux') # python is also needed for the firmware updater
optdepends=(
  'gksu: NS-Link Manager GUI'
)
backup=('etc/nslink.conf')
options=('!zipman')
install="${pkgname}-install.sh"
_verwatch=('http://downloads.comtrol.com/html/DM_PRO_RTS_SERIALHUB_drivers.htm' '.*/devicemaster-linux-\([0-9\.]\+\)\.tar\.gz' 'l')
_srcdir="devicemaster-linux-${pkgver}"
_srcdir2='DM-Firmware-Updater-1.06' # http://downloads.comtrol.com/html/DM_PRO_RTS_SERIALHUB_pvdx2.htm
#source=("ftp://ftp.comtrol.com/dev_mstr/rts/drivers/linux/devicemaster-linux-${pkgver}.tar.gz")
source=("http://downloads.comtrol.com/dev_mstr/rts/drivers/linux/devicemaster-linux-${pkgver}.tar.gz")
#source+=('ftp://ftp.comtrol.com/dev_mstr/rts/utility/linux_firmware_uploader/DM-Firmware-Updater-1.06.tar.gz')
source+=('http://downloads.comtrol.com/dev_mstr/rts/utility/linux_firmware_uploader/DM-Firmware-Updater-1.06.tar.gz')
source+=('dmupdate.py.usage.patch')
sha256sums=('900d0681a86d0732cf3e71e56a013456d5a77a68f7faa2afb955e275f73353fb'
            'd21c5eeefdbf08a202a230454f0bf702221686ba3e663eb41852719bb20b75fb'
            '5a4e2713a8d1fe0eebd94fc843839ce5daa647f9fa7d88f62507e660ae111073'
            '5c00939eb945c98336211cd61408b5a8623b01a7059356e663ccc638b0d159fb')

if [ "${_opt_DKMS}" -ne 0 ]; then
  depends+=('linux' 'dkms' 'linux-headers')
else
  makedepends+=('linux-headers')
fi

_opt_LEGACY_VER=''
# Install both versions so dkms gets the right version for each kernel
if [ "${_opt_DKMS}" -ne 0 ]; then
  # 7.26 supports Kernels 2.6.33 through 4.14.x
  # 7.28 supports Kernels 4.15 through 4.17.x.
  _opt_LEGACY_VER='7.26'
  if [ "$(vercmp "${pkgver}" "${_opt_LEGACY_VER}")" -gt 0 ]; then
    source+=("http://downloads.comtrol.com/legacy/dev_mstr/rts/drivers/linux/${_opt_LEGACY_VER}/devicemaster-linux-${_opt_LEGACY_VER}.tar.gz")
  else
    _opt_LEGACY_VER=''
  fi
fi

prepare() {
  set -u
  cd "${_srcdir}"

  # Fix permissions
  find -type 'f' -perm '/111' -exec chmod 644 '{}' '+'
  chmod 755 *.sh *.py 'nslinktool'
  local _ver="$(sed -n -e 's:^#define\sSI_VERSION\s"\([^"]\+\).*$:\1:p' 'version.h')"
  if [ "${pkgver}" != "${_ver}" ]; then
    echo "Version mismatch ${pkgver} != ${_ver}"
    set +u
    false
  fi
  unset _ver

  #cp -p 'install.sh' 'install.sh.Arch' # testmode for diff comparison
  sed -e '# Fix some paths' \
      -e 's: /lib/: /usr/lib/:g' \
      -e 's: /sbin: /usr/bin:g' \
      -e 's:"/sbin:"/usr/bin:g' \
      -e 's:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:g' \
      -e 's:/usr/local/man:/usr/share/man:g' \
      -e '# I suspect this folder for systemd is wrong even on RedHat' \
      -e 's:/etc/systemd/system:/usr/lib/systemd/system:g' \
      -e '# make package compatible' \
      -e 's:"/etc/:"${DESTDIR}/etc/:g' \
      -e 's: /etc/: "${DESTDIR}"/etc/:g' \
      -e 's:"/usr/:"${DESTDIR}/usr/:g' \
      -e 's: /usr/: "${DESTDIR}"/usr/:g' \
      -e '# Disable module management and message' \
      -e 's:^\s\+echo\s-n\s"Rebuilding:# &:g' \
      -e 's:^.*depmod -a:# &:g' \
      -e '# Disable systemd management' \
      -e 's:^\s\+systemctl:# &:g' \
      -e '# Get rid of the start messages lest someone believes them' \
      -e 's:^\s\+if\s\[\s"$WillStart"\s=\syes\s\]:return\n&:g' \
    -i 'install.sh'
  test -s 'install.sh.Arch' && echo "${}"

  # Switch to python2
  sed -e '# Why using local on just this one?' \
      -e 's:/usr/local/bin/python:/usr/bin/python:g' \
      -e 's:/usr/bin/python:&2:g' \
    -i *.py 'nslinktool'

  # Branding in dmesg
  sed -e '/^int nrp_init(/,/^}/ s:version %s %s:& Arch Linux:g' -i 'nslink.c'
  grep -qFe 'Arch Linux' 'nslink.c' || echo "${}"

  # Fix nslinktool. We'll get rid of the tabs while we're here.
  expand -i 'nslinktool' | sed -e 's:\s\+$::g' > 'nslinktool.orig'
  sed -e 's:/usr/local/man:/usr/share/man:g' 'nslinktool.orig' > 'nslinktool'
  rm 'nslinktool.orig'

  # Convert the live config entries to samples. This eliminates
  # special handling for detecting a blank configuration.
  sed -e 's:^[^#]:#&:g' -i 'nslink.conf'

  # Fix makefile
  sed -e 's:=/lib/modules:=/usr/lib/modules:g' -i 'Makefile'

  # Fix up the firmware downloaders
  cd "${srcdir}/${_srcdir2}"

  # Fix permissions
  find -type 'f' -perm '/111' -exec chmod 644 '{}' '+'
  chmod 755 *.py

  sed -e '# Cosmetic cleanup for simpler patch editing, trim space at eol' \
      -e 's:\s\+$::g' \
      -e '# Switch to python2' \
      -e 's:/usr/bin/python:&2:g' \
    -i *.py

  # Patch usage and help into command line tool
  #diff -pNau5 dmupdate.py{.orig,} > '../dmupdate.py.usage.patch'
  patch -Nbup0 < "${srcdir}/dmupdate.py.usage.patch"

  set +u
}

build() {
  set -u
  cd "${_srcdir}"
  set +u
  if ! make -s -j1 QUIET=0; then
    warning 'a no such file or directory error means you need to reboot to load the updated kernel'
    false
  fi
}

package() {
  set -u
  cd "${_srcdir}"

  if [ "${_opt_DKMS}" -eq 0 ]; then
    # I don't want Linux version info showing on AUR web. After a few months 'linux<0.0.0' makes it look like an out of date package.
    local _kernelversionsmall="$(uname -r)"
    _kernelversionsmall="${_kernelversionsmall%%-*}"
    _kernelversionsmall="${_kernelversionsmall%\.0}" # trim 4.0.0 -> 4.0, 4.1.0 -> 4.1
    # prevent the mksrcinfo bash emulator from getting these vars!
    eval 'conf''licts=("linux>${_kernelversionsmall}" "linux<${_kernelversionsmall}")'
    eval 'dep''ends+=("linux=${_kernelversionsmall}")'
  fi

  # This installer expects the system folders to already exist
  install -dm755 "${pkgdir}"{'/usr/bin','/etc',"/usr/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/misc",'/usr/lib/systemd/system'}

  DESTDIR="${pkgdir}" \
  INIT='systemd' \
  sh -e -u 'install.sh' "$(uname -r)" install | \
  sed -e "s:${pkgdir}::g" # cleaner display

  # Fix paths in the service file
  sed -e 's:/sbin/:/usr/bin/:g' -i "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/systemd/system/nslink.service"

  # Root only permissions on executables. Easier than hacking UID 0 into them.
  find "${pkgdir}/usr/bin/" -type 'f' -perm /111 -exec chmod 744 '{}' '+'

  # Preserve an original copy of the config file
  install -Dpm644 "${pkgdir}/etc/nslink.conf" "${pkgdir}/usr/share/nslink/nslink.conf.orig"

  # Desktop file for NS-Link
  install -Dm644 <(cat << EOF
[Desktop Entry]
Name=Comtrol NS-Link Administration
GenericName=Device Server Manager
Comment=DeviceMaster NS-Link for Comtrol Device Servers
Exec=gksudo -k -u root nslinktool
Terminal=false
Type=Application
#Icon=
Categories=Application;Utilities;
MimeType=application/x-executable
EOF
  ) "${pkgdir}/usr/share/applications/nslinktool.desktop"

  # DKMS
  if [ "${_opt_DKMS}" -ne 0 ]; then
    rm -r "${pkgdir}/usr/lib/modules/"
    local _dkms="${pkgdir}/usr/src/${pkgname}-${pkgver}"
    #install -d "${_dkms}"

    install -Dm644 <(cat << EOF
# Automatically generated by ${pkgname}-${pkgver} PKGBUILD from Arch Linux AUR
# https://aur.archlinux.org/

PACKAGE_NAME="${pkgname}"
PACKAGE_VERSION="${pkgver}"
AUTOINSTALL="yes"

BUILT_MODULE_NAME[0]="nslink"
BUILT_MODULE_LOCATION[0]=""
# Using all processors doesn't compile this tiny module any faster.
MAKE[0]="make -j1 all QUIET=1"
CLEAN[0]="make -j1 clean"
# Placing the DKMS generated module in a different location than the standard install prevents conflicts when PKGBUILD _opt_DKMS is toggled
DEST_MODULE_LOCATION[0]="/kernel/drivers/misc"
EOF
    ) "${_dkms}/dkms.conf"
_fn_dkmsinst() {
    install -Dpm644 'nslink.h' 'nslink_int.h' 'version.h' 'nslink.c' 'Makefile' -t "$1"
    #make -C "$1" clean
    sed -e '# No DKMS instructions say to do this but it works and keeps the MAKE line real simple' \
        -e 's:$(shell uname -r):$(KERNELRELEASE):g' \
        -e 's:`uname -r`:$(KERNELRELEASE):g' \
        -e 's:$(KVER):$(KERNELRELEASE):g' \
        -e '# Get rid of make lines so make all makes the module' \
        -e 's:^\s\+make\s:#&:g' \
       -i "$1/Makefile"
}
    if [ -z "${_opt_LEGACY_VER}" ]; then
      _fn_dkmsinst "${_dkms}"
    else
      # It is not necessary to install files to ${_dkms} for pacman -Qo
      # The cp does not happen in /usr/src but in /var/lib/dkms where dkms cleans everything up
      _fn_dkmsinst "${_dkms}/${pkgver}"

      # Install a custom make helper that selects source based on kernel version
      sed -e "/^MAKE/ s:make :${_dkms#${pkgdir}}/makedkms.sh"' KERNELRELEASE=$kernelver :g' -i "${_dkms}/dkms.conf"
      install -Dm744 <(cat << EOF
#!/usr/bin/bash

set -e
set -u

kv="\$*" # \$@ is not what we want here.
kv="\${kv##*KERNELRELEASE=}"
kv="\${kv%% *}"

if [ "\$(vercmp "\${kv}" '4.15')" -lt 0 ]; then
  cp -p '${_opt_LEGACY_VER}'/* .
else
  cp -p '${pkgver}'/* .
fi
make "\$@"
EOF
      ) "${_dkms}/makedkms.sh"

      # Install legacy code
      pushd "${srcdir}/${_srcdir//${pkgver}/${_opt_LEGACY_VER}}" > /dev/null
      _fn_dkmsinst "${_dkms}/${_opt_LEGACY_VER}"
      popd > /dev/null
    fi
  fi

  # Install firmware updaters
  cd "${srcdir}/${_srcdir2}"
  install -Dpm755 *.py -t "${pkgdir}/usr/bin/"
  install -Dpm644 'README.txt' -t "${pkgdir}/usr/share/nslink/"

  # Desktop file for GUI firmware updater
  install -Dm644 <(cat << EOF
[Desktop Entry]
Name=Comtrol Update Firmware
GenericName=Device Server Manager
Comment=Manage Firmware on Comtrol Device Servers
Exec=DM-Firmware-Updater.py
Terminal=false
Type=Application
#Icon=
Categories=Application;Utilities;
MimeType=application/x-executable
EOF
  ) "${pkgdir}/usr/share/applications/DM-Firmware-Updater.py.desktop"

  set +u
}

set +u