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To ensure that toybox can be installed alongside busybox without confusing update-alternatives, the paths of the links installed by toybox should match those installed by busybox. This is accomplished by changing the flags of a few tools within toybox.
author Paul Barker <paul@paulbarker.me.uk>
date Sat, 04 Apr 2015 11:58:06 -0500
parents 39b5bc4e1853
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/* rm.c - remove files
 *
 * Copyright 2012 Rob Landley <rob@landley.net>
 *
 * See http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/utilities/rm.html

USE_RM(NEWTOY(rm, "fiRr[-fi]", TOYFLAG_BIN))

config RM
  bool "rm"
  default y
  help
    usage: rm [-fiRr] FILE...

    Remove each argument from the filesystem.

    -f	force: remove without confirmation, no error if it doesn't exist
    -i	interactive: prompt for confirmation
    -rR	recursive: remove directory contents
*/

#define FOR_rm
#include "toys.h"

static int do_rm(struct dirtree *try)
{
  int fd = dirtree_parentfd(try), flags = toys.optflags;
  int dir = S_ISDIR(try->st.st_mode), or = 0, using = 0;

  // Skip . and .. (yes, even explicitly on the command line: posix says to)
  if (!dirtree_notdotdot(try)) return 0;

  // Intentionally fail non-recursive attempts to remove even an empty dir
  // (via wrong flags to unlinkat) because POSIX says to.
  if (dir && !(flags & (FLAG_r|FLAG_R))) goto skip;

  // This is either the posix section 2(b) prompt or the section 3 prompt.
  if (!(flags & FLAG_f)
    && (!S_ISLNK(try->st.st_mode) && faccessat(fd, try->name, W_OK, 0))) or++;
  if (!(dir && try->again) && ((or && isatty(0)) || (flags & FLAG_i))) {
    char *s = dirtree_path(try, 0);
    fprintf(stderr, "rm %s%s", or ? "ro " : "", dir ? "dir " : "");
    or = yesno(s, 0);
    free(s);
    if (!or) goto nodelete;
  }

  // handle directory recursion
  if (dir) {
    using = AT_REMOVEDIR;
    // Handle chmod 000 directories when -f
    if (faccessat(fd, try->name, R_OK, 0)) {
      if (toys.optflags & FLAG_f) wfchmodat(fd, try->name, 0700);
      else goto skip;
    }
    if (!try->again) return DIRTREE_COMEAGAIN;
    if (try->symlink) goto skip;
    if (flags & FLAG_i) {
      char *s = dirtree_path(try, 0);
      // This is the section 2(d) prompt. (Yes, posix says to prompt twice.)
      fprintf(stderr, "rmdir ");
      or = yesno(s, 0);
      free(s);
      if (!or) goto nodelete;
    }
  }

skip:
  if (unlinkat(fd, try->name, using)) {
    if (!dir || try->symlink != (char *)2) perror_msg("%s", try->name);
nodelete:
    if (try->parent) try->parent->symlink = (char *)2;
  }

  return 0;
}

void rm_main(void)
{
  char **s;

  // Can't use <1 in optstring because zero arguments with -f isn't an error
  if (!toys.optc && !(toys.optflags & FLAG_f)) error_exit("Needs 1 argument");

  for (s = toys.optargs; *s; s++) {
    if (!strcmp(*s, "/")) {
      error_msg("rm /. if you mean it");
      continue;
    }

    // Files that already don't exist aren't errors for -f, so try a quick
    // unlink now to see if it succeeds or reports that it didn't exist.
    if ((toys.optflags & FLAG_f) && (!unlink(*s) || errno == ENOENT))
      continue;

    // There's a race here where a file removed between the above check and
    // dirtree's stat would report the nonexistence as an error, but that's
    // not a normal "it didn't exist" so I'm ok with it.

    dirtree_read(*s, do_rm);
  }
}