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# Copyright 1999-2016 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Id$
EAPI=5
inherit depend.apache apache-module perl-module eutils
DESCRIPTION="An embedded Perl interpreter for Apache2"
HOMEPAGE="https://projects.apache.org/projects/mod_perl.html"
#SRC_URI="mirror://apache/perl/${P}.tar.gz"
SRC_URI="http://dev.gentoo.org/~dilfridge/distfiles/${P}.tar.gz"
LICENSE="GPL-2"
SLOT="1"
KEYWORDS="alpha amd64 ~arm ~hppa ~ia64 ~ppc ~ppc64 ~sparc x86"
IUSE="debug"
# Make sure we always use the latest Apache-Test version or even check the
# version of the bundled Apache-Test!
#
# We need both, apache and perl but either apache without threads or perl with
# ithreads, bug 373943
DEPEND="
>=dev-perl/Apache-Test-1.360
>=dev-perl/CGI-3.08
dev-lang/perl[ithreads]
www-servers/apache
"
RDEPEND="${DEPEND}"
PDEPEND=">=dev-perl/Apache-Reload-0.11
>=dev-perl/Apache-SizeLimit-0.95"
APACHE2_MOD_FILE="${S}/src/modules/perl/mod_perl.so"
APACHE2_MOD_CONF="2.0.3/75_${PN}"
APACHE2_MOD_DEFINE="PERL"
SRC_TEST="do"
DOCFILES="Changes INSTALL README STATUS"
need_apache2
src_prepare() {
perl-module_src_prepare
# I am not entirely happy with this solution, but here's what's
# going on here if someone wants to take a stab at another
# approach. When userpriv compilation is off, then the make
# process drops to user "nobody" to run the test servers. This
# server is closed, and then the socket is rebound using
# SO_REUSEADDR. If the same user does this, there is no problem,
# and the socket may be rebound immediately. If a different user
# (yes, in my testing, even root) attempts to rebind, it fails.
# Since the "is the socket available yet" code and the
# second-batch bind call both run as root, this will fail.
# The upstream settings on my test machine cause the second batch
# of tests to fail, believing the socket to still be in use. I
# tried patching various parts to make them run as the user
# specified in $config->{vars}{user} using getpwnam, but found
# this patch to be fairly intrusive, because the userid must be
# restored and the patch must be applied to multiple places.
# For now, we will simply extend the timeout in hopes that in the
# non-userpriv case, the socket will clear from the kernel tables
# normally, and the tests will proceed.
# If anybody is still having problems, then commenting out "make
# test" below should allow the software to build properly.
# Robert Coie <rac@gentoo.org> 2003.05.06
# sed -i -e "s/sleep \$_/sleep \$_ << 2/" \
# "${S}"/Apache-Test/lib/Apache/TestServer.pm \
# || die "problem editing TestServer.pm"
# rendhalver - this got redone for 2.0.1 and seems to fix the make test problems
epatch "${FILESDIR}"/${PN}-2.0.1-sneak-tmpdir.patch
epatch "${FILESDIR}"/${PN}-2.0.4-inline.patch #550244
# bug 352724
epatch "${FILESDIR}/${P}-bundled-Apache-Test.patch"
rm -rf Apache-{Test,Reload,SizeLimit}/ lib/Bundle/
# sed -i \
# -e 's:^Apache-\(Reload\|SizeLimit\|Test\).*::' \
# -e 's:^lib/Bundle/Apache2.pm::' \
# MANIFEST || die
# uncomment this once we're packaging a proper release again
# 410453
epatch "${FILESDIR}/use-client_ip-client_add-instead-of-remote_ip-remote.patch"
epatch "${FILESDIR}/use-log.level-instead-of-loglevel.patch"
}
src_configure() {
local debug=$(usex debug 1 0)
perl Makefile.PL \
PREFIX="${EPREFIX}"/usr \
INSTALLDIRS=vendor \
MP_USE_DSO=1 \
MP_APXS=${APXS} \
MP_APR_CONFIG=/usr/bin/apr-1-config \
MP_TRACE=${debug} \
MP_DEBUG=${debug} \
|| die
}
src_test() {
# make test notes whether it is running as root, and drops
# privileges all the way to "nobody" if so, so we must adjust
# write permissions accordingly in this case.
# IF YOU SUDO TO EMERGE AND HAVE !env_reset set testing will fail!
if [[ "$(id -u)" == "0" ]]; then
chown nobody:nobody "${WORKDIR}" "${T}"
fi
# this does not || die because of bug 21325. kudos to smark for
# the idea of setting HOME.
TMPDIR="${T}" HOME="${T}/" perl-module_src_test
}
src_install() {
apache-module_src_install
default
#emake DESTDIR="${D}" install || die
# TODO: add some stuff from docs/ back?
# rendhalver - fix the perllocal.pod that gets installed
# it seems to me that this has been getting installed for ages
perl_delete_localpod
# Remove empty .bs files as well
perl_delete_packlist
insinto "${APACHE_MODULES_CONFDIR}"
doins "${FILESDIR}"/2.0.3/apache2-mod_perl-startup.pl
# this is an attempt to get @INC in line with /usr/bin/perl.
# there is blib garbage in the mainstream one that can only be
# useful during internal testing, so we wait until here and then
# just go with a clean slate. should be much easier to see what's
# happening and revert if problematic.
# Sorry for this evil hack...
perl_set_version # just to be sure...
sed -i \
-e "s,-I${S}/[^[:space:]\"\']\+[[:space:]]\?,,g" \
-e "s,-typemap[[:space:]]${S}/[^[:space:]\"\']\+[[:space:]]\?,,g" \
-e "s,${S}\(/[^[:space:]\"\']\+\)\?,/,g" \
"${D}/${VENDOR_ARCH}/Apache2/BuildConfig.pm" || die
for fname in $(find "${D}" -type f -not -name '*.so'); do
grep -q "\(${D}\|${S}\)" "${fname}" && ewarn "QA: File contains a temporary path ${fname}"
sed -i -e "s:\(${D}\|${S}\):/:g" ${fname}
done
# All the rest
perl_remove_temppath
}
pkg_postinst() {
apache-module_pkg_postinst
}