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Пакет: hivex

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%def_enable ocaml
%def_enable perl
%def_enable python
%def_disable ruby
%def_disable static

Name: hivex
Version: 1.3.15
Release: alt1%ubt
Summary: Read and write Windows Registry binary hive files

Group: Development/Other
License: LGPLv2
Url: http://libguestfs.org/

Source: %name-%version.tar
Source1: gnulib-%name-%version.tar
Patch1: %name-%version-alt.patch

BuildRequires: perl-Test-Pod
BuildRequires: perl-Test-Pod-Coverage
BuildRequires: perl-libintl
%{?_enable_ocaml:BuildRequires: ocaml ocaml-findlib ocaml-ocamldoc ocaml-ocamlbuild}
%{?_enable_ruby:BuildRequires: ruby rpm-build-ruby ruby-rake ruby-mkrf libruby-devel rubygems}
%{?_enable_perl:BuildRequires: perl(Test/More.pm) perl(ExtUtils/MakeMaker.pm) perl(IO/Stringy.pm)}
%{?_enable_python:BuildRequires: python-devel}
BuildRequires: libreadline-devel
BuildRequires: libxml2-devel

Hive files are the undocumented binary blobs that Windows uses to
store the Windows Registry on disk.  Hivex is a library that can read
and write to these files.

'hivexsh' is a shell you can use to interactively navigate a hive
binary file.

'hivexregedit' lets you export and merge to the textual regedit

'hivexml' can be used to convert a hive file to a more useful XML

In order to get access to the hive files themselves, you can copy them
from a Windows machine.  They are usually found in
%%systemroot%%\system32\config.  For virtual machines we recommend
using libguestfs or guestfish to copy out these files.  libguestfs
also provides a useful high-level tool called 'virt-win-reg' (based on
hivex technology) which can be used to query specific registry keys in
an existing Windows VM.

For OCaml bindings, see 'ocaml-hivex-devel'.

For Perl bindings, see 'perl-hivex'.

For Python bindings, see 'python-module-hivex'.

For Ruby bindings, see 'ruby-hivex'.

%package devel
Summary: Development tools and libraries for %name
Group: Development/Other
Requires: %name = %version-%release

%description devel
%name-devel contains development tools and libraries
for %name.

%package static
Summary: Statically linked library for %name
Group: Development/Other
Requires: %name = %version-%release

%description static
%name-static contains the statically linked library
for %name.

%package -n ocaml-%name
Summary: OCaml bindings for %name
Group: Development/Other
Requires: %name = %version-%release

%description -n ocaml-%name
ocaml-%name contains OCaml bindings for %name.

This is for toplevel and scripting access only.  To compile OCaml
programs which use %name you will also need ocaml-%name-devel.

%package -n ocaml-%name-devel
Summary: OCaml bindings for %name
Group: Development/Other
Requires: ocaml-%name = %version-%release

%description -n ocaml-%name-devel
ocaml-%name-devel contains development libraries
required to use the OCaml bindings for %name.

%package -n perl-%name
Summary: Perl bindings for %name
Group: Development/Perl
Requires: %name = %version-%release

%description -n perl-%name
perl-%name contains Perl bindings for %name.

%package -n python-module-%name
Summary: Python bindings for %name
Group: Development/Python
Requires: %name = %version-%release

%description -n python-module-%name
python-%name contains Python bindings for %name.

%package -n ruby-%name
Summary: Ruby bindings for %name
Group: Development/Ruby
Requires: %name = %version-%release

%description -n ruby-%name
ruby-%name contains Ruby bindings for %name.

%setup -a1
%patch1 -p1
# git and rsync aren't needed for build.
sed -i '/^\(git\|rsync\)[[:space:]]/d' bootstrap
rmdir .gnulib
ln -s gnulib-%name-%version .gnulib

%configure \
%{subst_enable static} \
%{subst_enable ruby} \
%{subst_enable ocaml} \
%{subst_enable perl} \
%{subst_enable python} \

%make INSTALLDIRS=vendor

# temporary disabled tests due to "pthread and as-needed" problem in gcc

# see alt bugzilla #34935
#make check

%make install INSTALLDIRS=vendor DESTDIR=%buildroot

%if_disabled ocaml
# Delete OCaml files, in case the user had OCaml installed and it was
# picked up by the configure script.
# XXX Add ./configure --disable-ocaml upstream.
rm -rf %buildroot%_libdir/ocaml/hivex
rm -f  %buildroot%_libdir/ocaml/stublibs/*hivex*

# Remove unwanted libtool *.la file:

rm -f %buildroot%_libdir/libhivex.la

# Remove unwanted Perl files:

find %buildroot -name perllocal.pod -delete
find %buildroot -name .packlist -delete
find %buildroot -name '*.bs' -delete

# Remove unwanted Python files:

rm -f %buildroot%python_sitelibdir/libhivexmod.la

%find_lang %name

%files -f %name.lang

%files devel

%if_enabled static
%files static

%if_enabled ocaml
%files -n ocaml-%name
%exclude %_libdir/ocaml/hivex/*.a
%exclude %_libdir/ocaml/hivex/*.cmxa
%exclude %_libdir/ocaml/hivex/*.cmx
%exclude %_libdir/ocaml/hivex/*.mli

%files -n ocaml-%name-devel

%if_enabled perl
%files -n perl-%name

%if_enabled python
%files -n python-module-%name

%if_enabled ruby
%files -n ruby-%name
%doc ruby/doc/site/*


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