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From: Marc Kleine-Budde <mkl@pengutronix.de>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2012 16:28:45 +0200
Subject: [PATCH] HACK: support/apxs: don't try to modify the config file

Signed-off-by: Marc Kleine-Budde <mkl@pengutronix.de>
---
 support/apxs.in |  224 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++---------------------------
 1 files changed, 112 insertions(+), 112 deletions(-)

diff --git a/support/apxs.in b/support/apxs.in
index cbefb3a..2bde471 100644
--- a/support/apxs.in
+++ b/support/apxs.in
@@ -527,118 +527,118 @@ if ($opt_i or $opt_e) {
     &execute_cmds(@cmds);
 
     #   activate module via LoadModule/AddModule directive
-    if ($opt_a or $opt_A) {
-        if (not -f "$CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf") {
-            error("Config file $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf not found");
-            exit(1);
-        }
-
-        open(FP, "<$CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf") || die;
-        my $content = join('', <FP>);
-        close(FP);
-
-        if ($content !~ m|\n#?\s*LoadModule\s+|) {
-            error("Activation failed for custom $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf file.");
-            error("At least one `LoadModule' directive already has to exist.");
-            exit(1);
-        }
-
-        my $lmd;
-        my $c = '';
-        $c = '#' if ($opt_A);
-        foreach $lmd (@lmd) {
-            my $what = $opt_A ? "preparing" : "activating";
-            my $lmd_re = $lmd;
-            $lmd_re =~ s/\s+/\\s+/g;
-
-            if ($content !~ m|\n#?\s*$lmd_re|) {
-                # check for open <containers>, so that the new LoadModule
-                # directive always appears *outside* of an <container>.
-
-                my $before = ($content =~ m|^(.*\n)#?\s*LoadModule\s+[^\n]+\n|s)[0];
-
-                # the '()=' trick forces list context and the scalar
-                # assignment counts the number of list members (aka number
-                # of matches) then
-                my $cntopen = () = ($before =~ m|^\s*<[^/].*$|mg);
-                my $cntclose = () = ($before =~ m|^\s*</.*$|mg);
-
-                if ($cntopen == $cntclose) {
-                    # fine. Last LoadModule is contextless.
-                    $content =~ s|^(.*\n#?\s*LoadModule\s+[^\n]+\n)|$1$c$lmd\n|s;
-                }
-                elsif ($cntopen < $cntclose) {
-                    error('Configuration file is not valid. There are sections'
-                          . ' closed before opened.');
-                    exit(1);
-                }
-                else {
-                    # put our cmd after the section containing the last
-                    # LoadModule.
-                    my $found =
-                    $content =~ s!\A (               # string and capture start
-                                  (?:(?:
-                                    ^\s*             # start of conf line with a
-                                    (?:[^<]|<[^/])   # directive which does not
-                                                     # start with '</'
-
-                                    .*(?:$)\n        # rest of the line.
-                                                     # the '$' is in parentheses
-                                                     # to avoid misinterpreting
-                                                     # the string "$\" as
-                                                     # perl variable.
-
-                                    )*               # catch as much as possible
-                                                     # of such lines. (including
-                                                     # zero)
-
-                                    ^\s*</.*(?:$)\n? # after the above, we
-                                                     # expect a config line with
-                                                     # a closing container (</)
-
-                                  ) {$cntopen}       # the whole pattern (bunch
-                                                     # of lines that end up with
-                                                     # a closing directive) must
-                                                     # be repeated $cntopen
-                                                     # times. That's it.
-                                                     # Simple, eh? ;-)
-
-                                  )                  # capture end
-                                 !$1$c$lmd\n!mx;
-
-                    unless ($found) {
-                        error('Configuration file is not valid. There are '
-                              . 'sections opened and not closed.');
-                        exit(1);
-                    }
-                }
-            } else {
-                # replace already existing LoadModule line
-                $content =~ s|^(.*\n)#?\s*$lmd_re[^\n]*\n|$1$c$lmd\n|s;
-            }
-            $lmd =~ m|LoadModule\s+(.+?)_module.*|;
-            notice("[$what module `$1' in $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf]");
-        }
-        my $amd;
-        foreach $amd (@amd) {
-            if ($content !~ m|\n#?\s*$amd|) {
-                 $content =~ s|^(.*\n#?\s*AddModule\s+[^\n]+\n)|$1$c$amd\n|sg;
-            } else {
-                 $content =~ s|^(.*\n)#?\s*$amd[^\n]*\n|$1$c$amd\n|sg;
-            }
-        }
-        if (@lmd or @amd) {
-            if (open(FP, ">$CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf.new")) {
-                print FP $content;
-                close(FP);
-                system("cp $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf.bak && " .
-                       "cp $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf.new $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf && " .
-                       "rm $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf.new");
-            } else {
-                notice("unable to open configuration file");
-            }
-	}
-    }
+    # if ($opt_a or $opt_A) {
+    #     if (not -f "$CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf") {
+    #         error("Config file $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf not found");
+    #         exit(1);
+    #     }
+
+    #     open(FP, "<$CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf") || die;
+    #     my $content = join('', <FP>);
+    #     close(FP);
+
+    #     if ($content !~ m|\n#?\s*LoadModule\s+|) {
+    #         error("Activation failed for custom $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf file.");
+    #         error("At least one `LoadModule' directive already has to exist.");
+    #         exit(1);
+    #     }
+
+    #     my $lmd;
+    #     my $c = '';
+    #     $c = '#' if ($opt_A);
+    #     foreach $lmd (@lmd) {
+    #         my $what = $opt_A ? "preparing" : "activating";
+    #         my $lmd_re = $lmd;
+    #         $lmd_re =~ s/\s+/\\s+/g;
+
+    #         if ($content !~ m|\n#?\s*$lmd_re|) {
+    #             # check for open <containers>, so that the new LoadModule
+    #             # directive always appears *outside* of an <container>.
+
+    #             my $before = ($content =~ m|^(.*\n)#?\s*LoadModule\s+[^\n]+\n|s)[0];
+
+    #             # the '()=' trick forces list context and the scalar
+    #             # assignment counts the number of list members (aka number
+    #             # of matches) then
+    #             my $cntopen = () = ($before =~ m|^\s*<[^/].*$|mg);
+    #             my $cntclose = () = ($before =~ m|^\s*</.*$|mg);
+
+    #             if ($cntopen == $cntclose) {
+    #                 # fine. Last LoadModule is contextless.
+    #                 $content =~ s|^(.*\n#?\s*LoadModule\s+[^\n]+\n)|$1$c$lmd\n|s;
+    #             }
+    #             elsif ($cntopen < $cntclose) {
+    #                 error('Configuration file is not valid. There are sections'
+    #                       . ' closed before opened.');
+    #                 exit(1);
+    #             }
+    #             else {
+    #                 # put our cmd after the section containing the last
+    #                 # LoadModule.
+    #                 my $found =
+    #                 $content =~ s!\A (               # string and capture start
+    #                               (?:(?:
+    #                                 ^\s*             # start of conf line with a
+    #                                 (?:[^<]|<[^/])   # directive which does not
+    #                                                  # start with '</'
+
+    #                                 .*(?:$)\n        # rest of the line.
+    #                                                  # the '$' is in parentheses
+    #                                                  # to avoid misinterpreting
+    #                                                  # the string "$\" as
+    #                                                  # perl variable.
+
+    #                                 )*               # catch as much as possible
+    #                                                  # of such lines. (including
+    #                                                  # zero)
+
+    #                                 ^\s*</.*(?:$)\n? # after the above, we
+    #                                                  # expect a config line with
+    #                                                  # a closing container (</)
+
+    #                               ) {$cntopen}       # the whole pattern (bunch
+    #                                                  # of lines that end up with
+    #                                                  # a closing directive) must
+    #                                                  # be repeated $cntopen
+    #                                                  # times. That's it.
+    #                                                  # Simple, eh? ;-)
+
+    #                               )                  # capture end
+    #                              !$1$c$lmd\n!mx;
+
+    #                 unless ($found) {
+    #                     error('Configuration file is not valid. There are '
+    #                           . 'sections opened and not closed.');
+    #                     exit(1);
+    #                 }
+    #             }
+    #         } else {
+    #             # replace already existing LoadModule line
+    #             $content =~ s|^(.*\n)#?\s*$lmd_re[^\n]*\n|$1$c$lmd\n|s;
+    #         }
+    #         $lmd =~ m|LoadModule\s+(.+?)_module.*|;
+    #         notice("[$what module `$1' in $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf]");
+    #     }
+    #     my $amd;
+    #     foreach $amd (@amd) {
+    #         if ($content !~ m|\n#?\s*$amd|) {
+    #              $content =~ s|^(.*\n#?\s*AddModule\s+[^\n]+\n)|$1$c$amd\n|sg;
+    #         } else {
+    #              $content =~ s|^(.*\n)#?\s*$amd[^\n]*\n|$1$c$amd\n|sg;
+    #         }
+    #     }
+    #     if (@lmd or @amd) {
+    #         if (open(FP, ">$CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf.new")) {
+    #             print FP $content;
+    #             close(FP);
+    #             system("cp $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf.bak && " .
+    #                    "cp $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf.new $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf && " .
+    #                    "rm $CFG_SYSCONFDIR/$CFG_TARGET.conf.new");
+    #         } else {
+    #             notice("unable to open configuration file");
+    #         }
+    # 	}
+    # }
 }
 
 sub error{