[pacman-dev] [PATCH] Attempt to stop installation when we encounter problems
ngaba at bibl.u-szeged.hu
Sat Nov 1 08:58:38 EDT 2008
> Hey guys,
> I would *love* it if someone could take this patch and run with it. I
> really just wanted to hash out a possible fix, but unfortunately it
> isn't easy for two reasons: our code structure is a bit rough, and we
> really don't have a hard-and-fast set of rules for continuing or
> failing immediately. If anyone wants to attack the problem further,
> you are more than welcome. Although this patch doesn't cause any
> pactests to fail, I'm a bit wary of applying it as-is, especially to
1. The first part of the patch is just a code clean-up, right?
2. The add_commit part:
There is something I don't understand:
We have trans->state and handle->trans->state. This is intentional?
Probably you wanted to set handle->trans->state.
(handle->trans != trans in case of sync transaction.)
Btw, our transaction system is a nightmare, we should have *one*
transaction at every moment...
I don't know if this immediate stop is better. If we choose this way,
we should give a BIG warning: Some packages were installed
some packages were not. So your system probably became inconsistent
(broken dependencies etc.)
P.S.: Transaction rollback would be the ideal solution. (Which is not
an easy game.)
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