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#!/bin/sh
# SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
# Copyright(c) 2018 Neil Horman <nhorman@tuxdriver.com>

build_map_changes()
{
	local fname="$1"
	local mapdb="$2"

	cat "$fname" | awk '
		# Initialize our variables
		BEGIN {map="";sym="";ar="";sec=""; in_sec=0; in_map=0}

		# Anything that starts with + or -, followed by an a
		# and ends in the string .map is the name of our map file
		# This may appear multiple times in a patch if multiple
		# map files are altered, and all section/symbol names
		# appearing between a triggering of this rule and the
		# next trigger of this rule are associated with this file
		/[-+] a\/.*\.map/ {map=$2; in_map=1}

		# Same pattern as above, only it matches on anything that
		# does not end in 'map', indicating we have left the map chunk.
		# When we hit this, turn off the in_map variable, which
		# supresses the subordonate rules below
		/[-+] a\/.*\.^(map)/ {in_map=0}

		# Triggering this rule, which starts a line with a + and ends it
		# with a { identifies a versioned section.  The section name is
		# the rest of the line with the + and { symbols remvoed.
		# Triggering this rule sets in_sec to 1, which actives the
		# symbol rule below
		/+.*{/ {gsub("+","");
			if (in_map == 1) {
				sec=$1; in_sec=1;
			}
		}

		# This rule idenfies the end of a section, and disables the
		# symbol rule
		/.*}/ {in_sec=0}

		# This rule matches on a + followed by any characters except a :
		# (which denotes a global vs local segment), and ends with a ;.
		# The semicolon is removed and the symbol is printed with its
		# association file name and version section, along with an
		# indicator that the symbol is a new addition.  Note this rule
		# only works if we have found a version section in the rule
		# above (hence the in_sec check) And found a map file (the
		# in_map check).  If we are not in a map chunk, do nothing.  If
		# we are in a map chunk but not a section chunk, record it as
		# unknown.
		/^+[^}].*[^:*];/ {gsub(";","");sym=$2;
			if (in_map == 1) {
				if (in_sec == 1) {
					print map " " sym " " sec " add"
				} else {
					print map " " sym " unknown add"
				}
			}
		}

		# This is the same rule as above, but the rule matches on a
		# leading - rather than a +, denoting that the symbol is being
		# removed.
		/^-[^}].*[^:*];/ {gsub(";","");sym=$2;
			if (in_map == 1) {
				if (in_sec == 1) {
					print map " " sym " " sec " del"
				} else {
					print map " " sym " unknown del"
				}
			}
		}' > "$mapdb"

		sort -u "$mapdb" > "$mapdb.2"
		mv -f "$mapdb.2" "$mapdb"

}

check_for_rule_violations()
{
	local mapdb="$1"
	local mname
	local symname
	local secname
	local ar
	local ret=0

	while read mname symname secname ar
	do
		if [ "$ar" = "add" ]
		then

			if [ "$secname" = "unknown" ]
			then
				# Just inform the user of this occurrence, but
				# don't flag it as an error
				echo -n "INFO: symbol $syname is added but "
				echo -n "patch has insuficient context "
				echo -n "to determine the section name "
				echo -n "please ensure the version is "
				echo "EXPERIMENTAL"
				continue
			fi

			if [ "$secname" != "EXPERIMENTAL" ]
			then
				# Symbols that are getting added in a section
				# other than the experimental section
				# to be moving from an already supported
				# section or its a violation
				grep -q \
				"$mname $symname [^EXPERIMENTAL] del" "$mapdb"
				if [ $? -ne 0 ]
				then
					echo -n "ERROR: symbol $symname "
					echo -n "is added in a section "
					echo -n "other than the EXPERIMENTAL "
					echo "section of the version map"
					ret=1
				fi
			fi
		else

			if [ "$secname" != "EXPERIMENTAL" ]
			then
				# Just inform users that non-experimenal
				# symbols need to go through a deprecation
				# process
				echo -n "INFO: symbol $symname is being "
				echo -n "removed, ensure that it has "
				echo "gone through the deprecation process"
			fi
		fi
	done < "$mapdb"

	return $ret
}

trap clean_and_exit_on_sig EXIT

mapfile=`mktemp mapdb.XXXXXX`
patch=$1
exit_code=1

clean_and_exit_on_sig()
{
	rm -f "$mapfile"
	exit $exit_code
}

build_map_changes "$patch" "$mapfile"
check_for_rule_violations "$mapfile"
exit_code=$?

rm -f "$mapfile"

exit $exit_code