[pacman-dev] [arch-general] "pkgdyn" a set of scripts for analysis of ELF deps in pkgs.

Aaron Griffin aaronmgriffin at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 11:53:07 EDT 2009

On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 10:45 PM, Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi
<vmlinuz386 at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> Hi,
> This is a set of draft scripts that I use to find/extract some data of
> ELF files from packages.
> For example:
> * Find all packages that needed inexistent shared objects because a
> soname bump in libraries.
> * Generate a report for all packages per repo that in case of soname
> bump , needs to be rebuild.
> * Find ELF files that are outside the allowed paths (for example ELF in
> /usr/share)
> * Find RPATH in packages, with a simple "awk" can generate a report etc.
> * Other task with "temporary data generated", but there are no scripts
> at this time, are only "at command line runtime".
> Can be easily construct with awk, of your preferer lang.
> It use files in analysis so, if a ELF needed a "soname" that are
> symlink, this are reported (tho only case here are courier-maildrop,
> just ignore it)
> http://archlinux.djgera.com.ar/pkgdyn/
> Sample data and generated DB by "dynup.bash" is uploaded, extract in
> "pkgdyn" directory.
> The dyunp.bash can make DB from empty DB, or update the DB, deleting old
> entries and inserting news.
> Is in "public domain": so use it, modify it, copy it, no problem.
> Sugestions, improvements, dudes, write me.
> PS1: Exception here: (this report as missing, but is a "optdepend in
> community")
> extra/gnome-speech-0.4.25-1:NEEDED libespeak.so.1
> PS2: All missing deps I already reported and many of [community] have
> been fixed. Congrats TU!
> Cheers,

Just replying so I can send this over to the pacman-dev list. This looks great

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