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[Libguestfs] [PATCH] lib: update inspect_list_applications to return all installed RPMs (RHBZ#859885)



Note that because of RHBZ#859949, this will return two identical
entries for RPMs which differ only by arch.
---
 src/inspect-apps.c | 98 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++------------------------
 1 file changed, 54 insertions(+), 44 deletions(-)

diff --git a/src/inspect-apps.c b/src/inspect-apps.c
index f65c70a..9586611 100644
--- a/src/inspect-apps.c
+++ b/src/inspect-apps.c
@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ guestfs__inspect_list_applications (guestfs_h *g, const char *root)
 #ifdef DB_DUMP
 
 /* This data comes from the Name database, and contains the application
- * names and the first 4 bytes of the link field.
+ * names and the first 4 bytes of each link field.
  */
 struct rpm_names_list {
   struct rpm_name *names;
@@ -161,26 +161,62 @@ read_rpm_name (guestfs_h *g,
                void *listv)
 {
   struct rpm_names_list *list = listv;
+  const unsigned char *link_p;
   char *name;
 
   /* Ignore bogus entries. */
   if (keylen == 0 || valuelen < 4)
     return 0;
 
-  /* The name (key) field won't be NUL-terminated, so we must do that. */
-  name = safe_malloc (g, keylen+1);
-  memcpy (name, key, keylen);
-  name[keylen] = '\0';
-
-  list->names = safe_realloc (g, list->names,
-                              (list->len + 1) * sizeof (struct rpm_name));
-  list->names[list->len].name = name;
-  memcpy (list->names[list->len].link, value, 4);
-  list->len++;
+  /* A name entry will have as many links as installed instances of
+   * that pacakge.  For example, if glibc.i686 and glibc.x86_64 are
+   * both installed, then there will be a link for each Packages
+   * entry.  Add an entry onto list for all installed instances.
+   */
+  for (link_p = value; link_p < value + valuelen; link_p += 8) {
+    name = safe_strndup (g, key, keylen);
+
+    list->names = safe_realloc (g, list->names,
+                                (list->len + 1) * sizeof (struct rpm_name));
+    list->names[list->len].name = name;
+    memcpy (list->names[list->len].link, link_p, 4);
+    list->len++;
+  }
 
   return 0;
 }
 
+/* tag constants, see rpmtag.h in RPM for complete list */
+#define RPMTAG_VERSION 1001
+#define RPMTAG_RELEASE 1002
+#define RPMTAG_ARCH    1022
+
+static char *
+get_rpm_header_tag (guestfs_h *g, const void *header_start, size_t header_len, uint32_t tag)
+{
+  uint32_t num_fields, offset;
+  const void *cursor = header_start + 8, *store;
+
+  /* This function parses the RPM header structure to pull out various
+   * tag strings (version, release, arch, etc.).  For more detail on the
+   * header format, see:
+   * http://www.rpm.org/max-rpm/s1-rpm-file-format-rpm-file-format.html#S2-RPM-FILE-FORMAT-HEADER
+   */
+
+  num_fields = be32toh (*(uint32_t *) header_start);
+  store = header_start + 8 + (16 * num_fields);
+
+  while (cursor < store && cursor < header_start + header_len) {
+    if (be32toh (*(uint32_t *) cursor) == tag){
+      offset = be32toh(*(uint32_t *) (cursor + 8));
+      return safe_strdup(g, store + offset);
+    }
+    cursor += 16;
+  }
+
+  return NULL;
+}
+
 struct read_package_data {
   struct rpm_names_list *list;
   struct guestfs_application_list *apps;
@@ -194,16 +230,13 @@ read_package (guestfs_h *g,
 {
   struct read_package_data *data = datav;
   struct rpm_name nkey, *entry;
-  char *p;
-  size_t len;
-  ssize_t max;
-  char *nul_name_nul, *version, *release;
+  char *version, *release;
 
   /* This function reads one (key, value) pair from the Packages
    * database.  The key is the link field (see struct rpm_name).  The
-   * value is a long binary string, but we can extract the version
-   * number from it as below.  First we have to look up the link field
-   * in the list of links (which is sorted by link field).
+   * value is a long binary string, but we can extract the header data
+   * from it as below.  First we have to look up the link field in the
+   * list of links (which is sorted by link field).
    */
 
   /* Ignore bogus entries. */
@@ -219,34 +252,11 @@ read_package (guestfs_h *g,
 
   /* We found a matching link entry, so that gives us the application
    * name (entry->name).  Now we can get other data for this
-   * application out of the binary value string.  XXX This is a real
-   * hack.
+   * application out of the binary value string.
    */
 
-  /* Look for \0<name>\0 */
-  len = strlen (entry->name);
-  nul_name_nul = safe_malloc (g, len + 2);
-  nul_name_nul[0] = '\0';
-  memcpy (&nul_name_nul[1], entry->name, len);
-  nul_name_nul[len+1] = '\0';
-  p = memmem (value, valuelen, nul_name_nul, len+2);
-  free (nul_name_nul);
-  if (!p)
-    return 0;
-
-  /* Following that are \0-delimited version and release fields. */
-  p += len + 2; /* Note we have to skip \0 + name + \0. */
-  max = valuelen - (p - (char *) value);
-  if (max < 0)
-    max = 0;
-  version = safe_strndup (g, p, max);
-
-  len = strlen (version);
-  p += len + 1;
-  max = valuelen - (p - (char *) value);
-  if (max < 0)
-    max = 0;
-  release = safe_strndup (g, p, max);
+  version = get_rpm_header_tag(g, value, valuelen, RPMTAG_VERSION);
+  release = get_rpm_header_tag(g, value, valuelen, RPMTAG_RELEASE);
 
   /* Add the application and what we know. */
   add_application (g, data->apps, entry->name, "", 0, version, release,
-- 
1.7.11.7


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