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[Libguestfs] [PATCH] Quoting in supermin-split.sh



See the comment near the top of the patch ...

This is a proposed fix for:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=566511
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=566512

It needs testing on a wider range of bash versions, eg. bash <= 3.1
and bash < 4.0, and whatever bash was included in RHEL 5.

Rich.

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--- libguestfs-1.0.84.orig/appliance/supermin-split.sh.in	2010-01-28 09:58:20.000000000 +0000
+++ libguestfs-1.0.84.rhbz566512/appliance/supermin-split.sh.in	2010-03-01 11:43:20.647728435 +0000
@@ -51,17 +51,27 @@
     dir=$(dirname "$path")
     file=$(basename "$path")
 
+    # For quoting problems with the bash =~ operator, see bash FAQ
+    # question E14 here http://tiswww.case.edu/php/chet/bash/FAQ and
+    # http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=487387#25
+    # (RHBZ#566511).
+
     # All we're going to keep are the special files /init, the daemon,
     # configuration files (/etc), devices and modifiable stuff (/var).
     if [ "$path" = "./init" -o "$file" = "guestfsd" ]; then
         echo "$path" >&5
 
-    elif [[ "$path" =~ '^\./etc' || "$path" =~ '^./dev' || "$path" =~ '^\./var' ]]; then
+    elif [[ "$path" =~ ^\./etc || "$path" =~ ^./dev || "$path" =~ ^\./var ]]; then
         echo "$path" >&5
 
     # Kernel modules are always copied in from the host, including all
     # the dependency files.
-    elif [[ "$path" =~ '^\./lib/modules/' ]]; then
+    elif [[ "$path" =~ ^\./lib/modules/ ]]; then
+        :
+
+    # On mock/Koji, exclude bogus /builddir directory which for some
+    # reason contains some yum temporary files (RHBZ#566512).
+    elif [[ "$path" =~ ^\./builddir ]]; then
         :
 
     elif [ -d "$path" ]; then
@@ -71,27 +81,27 @@
 
     # Some libraries need fixed version numbers replaced by wildcards.
 
-    elif [[ "$file" =~ '^ld-[.0-9]+\.so$' ]]; then
+    elif [[ "$file" =~ ^ld-[.0-9]+\.so$ ]]; then
         echo "$dir/ld-*.so" >&6
 
     # Special case for libbfd
-    elif [[ "$file" =~ '^libbfd-.*\.so$' ]]; then
+    elif [[ "$file" =~ ^libbfd-.*\.so$ ]]; then
         echo "$dir/libbfd-*.so" >&6
 
     # Special case for libgcc_s-<gccversion>-<date>.so.N
-    elif [[ "$file" =~ '^libgcc_s-.*\.so\.([0-9]+)$' ]]; then
+    elif [[ "$file" =~ ^libgcc_s-.*\.so\.([0-9]+)$ ]]; then
         echo "$dir/libgcc_s-*.so.${BASH_REMATCH[1]}" >&6
 
     # libfoo-1.2.3.so
-    elif [[ "$file" =~ '^lib(.*)-[-.0-9]+\.so$' ]]; then
+    elif [[ "$file" =~ ^lib(.*)-[-.0-9]+\.so$ ]]; then
         echo "$dir/lib${BASH_REMATCH[1]}-*.so" >&6
 
     # libfoo-1.2.3.so.1.2.3 (but NOT '*.so.N')
-    elif [[ "$file" =~ '^lib(.*)-[-.0-9]+\.so\.([0-9]+)\.' ]]; then
+    elif [[ "$file" =~ ^lib(.*)-[-.0-9]+\.so\.([0-9]+)\. ]]; then
         echo "$dir/lib${BASH_REMATCH[1]}-*.so.${BASH_REMATCH[2]}.*" >&6
 
     # libfoo.so.1.2.3 (but NOT '*.so.N')
-    elif [[ "$file" =~ '^lib(.*)\.so\.([0-9]+)\.' ]]; then
+    elif [[ "$file" =~ ^lib(.*)\.so\.([0-9]+)\. ]]; then
         echo "$dir/lib${BASH_REMATCH[1]}.so.${BASH_REMATCH[2]}.*" >&6
 
     else

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