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#!/bin/bash -
readonly argv0=aur
readonly lib_dir=${AUR_EXEC_PATH:-'AURUTILS_LIB_DIR'}
XDG_CONFIG_HOME=${XDG_CONFIG_HOME:-$HOME/.config}
config_file=$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/aurutils/aurutils.conf
shopt -s nullglob
usage() {
printf >&2 'usage: %s [-K] [command]\n\n' "$argv0"
printf >&2 'available commands:\n'
for p in "$lib_dir"/aur-*; do
printf '%q\n' "${p##*/aur-}"
done | column >&2
printf >&2 '\navailable user commands:\n'
compgen -c aur- | sort -u | while IFS= read -r; do
if ! [[ -f $lib_dir/$REPLY ]]; then
printf '%q\n' "${REPLY#aur-}"
fi
done | column >&2
exit 1
}
if [[ -z $1 ]]; then
usage
fi
if [[ "$PATH" != "$lib_dir:"* ]]; then
readonly PATH=$lib_dir:$PATH
fi
read_options() {
#global options
local key value
while IFS='=' read -r key value; do
if [[ $value ]]; then
options+=("$key=$value")
else
options+=("$key")
fi
done < <(pacini --section="$2" "$1")
}
options=()
case $1 in
-K|--config) # XXX take configuration file as argument
shift;
if [[ -z $1 ]]; then
usage
fi
if [[ -f $config_file ]]; then
case $1 in
# aur-sync uses both aur-build and its own specific options
sync)
if pacini "$config_file" --section-list | grep -q build; then
read_options "$config_file" build
fi
if pacini "$config_file" --section-list | grep -q sync; then
read_options "$config_file" sync
fi
;;
# options for other tools
*)
if pacini "$config_file" --section-list | grep -q "$1"; then
read_options "$config_file" "$1"
fi
;;
esac
else
printf >&2 '%s: no such file or directory\n' "$config_file"
exit 1
fi
;;
*)
esac
if type -P "aur-$1" >/dev/null; then
exec "aur-$1" "${options[@]}" "${@:2}"
else
printf >&2 '%s: %q is not an aur command\n' "$argv0" "$1"
exit 1
fi
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