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0 NEW in 0.2
1 ==========
2
3 - Use g_spawn_async() instead of fork()+execvp(), and handle errors.
4 - Set the GPL2 in COPYING instead of GPL3.
5 - Install ssh-contact-service in libexec path
6
07 NEW in 0.1
18 ==========
29
00 #! /bin/sh
11 # Guess values for system-dependent variables and create Makefiles.
2 # Generated by GNU Autoconf 2.65 for ssh-contact 0.1.
2 # Generated by GNU Autoconf 2.65 for ssh-contact 0.2.
33 #
44 #
55 # Copyright (C) 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001,
697697 # Identity of this package.
698698 PACKAGE_NAME='ssh-contact'
699699 PACKAGE_TARNAME='ssh-contact'
700 PACKAGE_VERSION='0.1'
701 PACKAGE_STRING='ssh-contact 0.1'
700 PACKAGE_VERSION='0.2'
701 PACKAGE_STRING='ssh-contact 0.2'
702702 PACKAGE_BUGREPORT=''
703703 PACKAGE_URL=''
704704
14211421 # Omit some internal or obsolete options to make the list less imposing.
14221422 # This message is too long to be a string in the A/UX 3.1 sh.
14231423 cat <<_ACEOF
1424 \`configure' configures ssh-contact 0.1 to adapt to many kinds of systems.
1424 \`configure' configures ssh-contact 0.2 to adapt to many kinds of systems.
14251425
14261426 Usage: $0 [OPTION]... [VAR=VALUE]...
14271427
14911491
14921492 if test -n "$ac_init_help"; then
14931493 case $ac_init_help in
1494 short | recursive ) echo "Configuration of ssh-contact 0.1:";;
1494 short | recursive ) echo "Configuration of ssh-contact 0.2:";;
14951495 esac
14961496 cat <<\_ACEOF
14971497
15991599 test -n "$ac_init_help" && exit $ac_status
16001600 if $ac_init_version; then
16011601 cat <<\_ACEOF
1602 ssh-contact configure 0.1
1602 ssh-contact configure 0.2
16031603 generated by GNU Autoconf 2.65
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16051605 Copyright (C) 2009 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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18811881 generated by GNU Autoconf 2.65. Invocation command line was
18821882
18831883 $ $0 $@
26982698
26992699 # Define the identity of the package.
27002700 PACKAGE=ssh-contact
2701 VERSION=0.1
2701 VERSION=0.2
27022702
27032703
27042704 cat >>confdefs.h <<_ACEOF
1254912549 # report actual input values of CONFIG_FILES etc. instead of their
1255012550 # values after options handling.
1255112551 ac_log="
12552 This file was extended by ssh-contact $as_me 0.1, which was
12552 This file was extended by ssh-contact $as_me 0.2, which was
1255312553 generated by GNU Autoconf 2.65. Invocation command line was
1255412554
1255512555 CONFIG_FILES = $CONFIG_FILES
1261512615 cat >>$CONFIG_STATUS <<_ACEOF || ac_write_fail=1
1261612616 ac_cs_config="`$as_echo "$ac_configure_args" | sed 's/^ //; s/[\\""\`\$]/\\\\&/g'`"
1261712617 ac_cs_version="\\
12618 ssh-contact config.status 0.1
12618 ssh-contact config.status 0.2
1261912619 configured by $0, generated by GNU Autoconf 2.65,
1262012620 with options \\"\$ac_cs_config\\"
1262112621
0 AC_INIT(ssh-contact, 0.1)
0 AC_INIT(ssh-contact, 0.2)
11 m4_ifdef([AM_SILENT_RULES],[AM_SILENT_RULES([yes])])
22
33 AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(AC_PACKAGE_NAME, AC_PACKAGE_VERSION)
77
88 LDADD = $(SSH_CONTACT_LIBS)
99
10 bin_PROGRAMS = ssh-contact ssh-contact-service
10 bin_PROGRAMS = ssh-contact
11 libexec_PROGRAMS = ssh-contact-service
1112
1213 ssh_contact_SOURCES = \
1314 common.c common.h \
2425 servicefile_DATA = $(servicefile_in_files:.service.in=.service)
2526
2627 org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Client.SSHContact.service: org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Client.SSHContact.service.in
27 $(AM_V_GEN)sed -e "s|[@]bindir[@]|$(bindir)|" $< > $@
28 $(AM_V_GEN)sed -e "s|[@]libexecdir[@]|$(libexecdir)|" $< > $@
2829
2930 clientfiledir = $(datarootdir)/telepathy/clients
3031 clientfile_DATA = \
3434 POST_UNINSTALL = :
3535 build_triplet = @build@
3636 host_triplet = @host@
37 bin_PROGRAMS = ssh-contact$(EXEEXT) ssh-contact-service$(EXEEXT)
37 bin_PROGRAMS = ssh-contact$(EXEEXT)
38 libexec_PROGRAMS = ssh-contact-service$(EXEEXT)
3839 subdir = src
3940 DIST_COMMON = $(srcdir)/Makefile.am $(srcdir)/Makefile.in
4041 ACLOCAL_M4 = $(top_srcdir)/aclocal.m4
4546 CONFIG_HEADER = $(top_builddir)/config.h
4647 CONFIG_CLEAN_FILES =
4748 CONFIG_CLEAN_VPATH_FILES =
48 am__installdirs = "$(DESTDIR)$(bindir)" "$(DESTDIR)$(clientfiledir)" \
49 "$(DESTDIR)$(servicefiledir)"
50 PROGRAMS = $(bin_PROGRAMS)
49 am__installdirs = "$(DESTDIR)$(bindir)" "$(DESTDIR)$(libexecdir)" \
50 "$(DESTDIR)$(clientfiledir)" "$(DESTDIR)$(servicefiledir)"
51 PROGRAMS = $(bin_PROGRAMS) $(libexec_PROGRAMS)
5152 am_ssh_contact_OBJECTS = common.$(OBJEXT) client.$(OBJEXT)
5253 ssh_contact_OBJECTS = $(am_ssh_contact_OBJECTS)
5354 ssh_contact_LDADD = $(LDADD)
340341 list=`for p in $$list; do echo "$$p"; done | sed 's/$(EXEEXT)$$//'`; \
341342 echo " rm -f" $$list; \
342343 rm -f $$list
344 install-libexecPROGRAMS: $(libexec_PROGRAMS)
345 @$(NORMAL_INSTALL)
346 test -z "$(libexecdir)" || $(MKDIR_P) "$(DESTDIR)$(libexecdir)"
347 @list='$(libexec_PROGRAMS)'; test -n "$(libexecdir)" || list=; \
348 for p in $$list; do echo "$$p $$p"; done | \
349 sed 's/$(EXEEXT)$$//' | \
350 while read p p1; do if test -f $$p || test -f $$p1; \
351 then echo "$$p"; echo "$$p"; else :; fi; \
352 done | \
353 sed -e 'p;s,.*/,,;n;h' -e 's|.*|.|' \
354 -e 'p;x;s,.*/,,;s/$(EXEEXT)$$//;$(transform);s/$$/$(EXEEXT)/' | \
355 sed 'N;N;N;s,\n, ,g' | \
356 $(AWK) 'BEGIN { files["."] = ""; dirs["."] = 1 } \
357 { d=$$3; if (dirs[d] != 1) { print "d", d; dirs[d] = 1 } \
358 if ($$2 == $$4) files[d] = files[d] " " $$1; \
359 else { print "f", $$3 "/" $$4, $$1; } } \
360 END { for (d in files) print "f", d, files[d] }' | \
361 while read type dir files; do \
362 if test "$$dir" = .; then dir=; else dir=/$$dir; fi; \
363 test -z "$$files" || { \
364 echo " $(INSTALL_PROGRAM_ENV) $(LIBTOOL) $(AM_LIBTOOLFLAGS) $(LIBTOOLFLAGS) --mode=install $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $$files '$(DESTDIR)$(libexecdir)$$dir'"; \
365 $(INSTALL_PROGRAM_ENV) $(LIBTOOL) $(AM_LIBTOOLFLAGS) $(LIBTOOLFLAGS) --mode=install $(INSTALL_PROGRAM) $$files "$(DESTDIR)$(libexecdir)$$dir" || exit $$?; \
366 } \
367 ; done
368
369 uninstall-libexecPROGRAMS:
370 @$(NORMAL_UNINSTALL)
371 @list='$(libexec_PROGRAMS)'; test -n "$(libexecdir)" || list=; \
372 files=`for p in $$list; do echo "$$p"; done | \
373 sed -e 'h;s,^.*/,,;s/$(EXEEXT)$$//;$(transform)' \
374 -e 's/$$/$(EXEEXT)/' `; \
375 test -n "$$list" || exit 0; \
376 echo " ( cd '$(DESTDIR)$(libexecdir)' && rm -f" $$files ")"; \
377 cd "$(DESTDIR)$(libexecdir)" && rm -f $$files
378
379 clean-libexecPROGRAMS:
380 @list='$(libexec_PROGRAMS)'; test -n "$$list" || exit 0; \
381 echo " rm -f" $$list; \
382 rm -f $$list || exit $$?; \
383 test -n "$(EXEEXT)" || exit 0; \
384 list=`for p in $$list; do echo "$$p"; done | sed 's/$(EXEEXT)$$//'`; \
385 echo " rm -f" $$list; \
386 rm -f $$list
343387 ssh-contact$(EXEEXT): $(ssh_contact_OBJECTS) $(ssh_contact_DEPENDENCIES)
344388 @rm -f ssh-contact$(EXEEXT)
345389 $(AM_V_CCLD)$(LINK) $(ssh_contact_OBJECTS) $(ssh_contact_LDADD) $(LIBS)
513557 check: check-am
514558 all-am: Makefile $(PROGRAMS) $(DATA)
515559 installdirs:
516 for dir in "$(DESTDIR)$(bindir)" "$(DESTDIR)$(clientfiledir)" "$(DESTDIR)$(servicefiledir)"; do \
560 for dir in "$(DESTDIR)$(bindir)" "$(DESTDIR)$(libexecdir)" "$(DESTDIR)$(clientfiledir)" "$(DESTDIR)$(servicefiledir)"; do \
517561 test -z "$$dir" || $(MKDIR_P) "$$dir"; \
518562 done
519563 install: install-am
544588 @echo "it deletes files that may require special tools to rebuild."
545589 clean: clean-am
546590
547 clean-am: clean-binPROGRAMS clean-generic clean-libtool mostlyclean-am
591 clean-am: clean-binPROGRAMS clean-generic clean-libexecPROGRAMS \
592 clean-libtool mostlyclean-am
548593
549594 distclean: distclean-am
550595 -rm -rf ./$(DEPDIR)
570615
571616 install-dvi-am:
572617
573 install-exec-am: install-binPROGRAMS
618 install-exec-am: install-binPROGRAMS install-libexecPROGRAMS
574619
575620 install-html: install-html-am
576621
611656 ps-am:
612657
613658 uninstall-am: uninstall-binPROGRAMS uninstall-clientfileDATA \
614 uninstall-servicefileDATA
659 uninstall-libexecPROGRAMS uninstall-servicefileDATA
615660
616661 .MAKE: install-am install-strip
617662
618663 .PHONY: CTAGS GTAGS all all-am check check-am clean clean-binPROGRAMS \
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634681 org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Client.SSHContact.service: org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Client.SSHContact.service.in
635 $(AM_V_GEN)sed -e "s|[@]bindir[@]|$(bindir)|" $< > $@
682 $(AM_V_GEN)sed -e "s|[@]libexecdir[@]|$(libexecdir)|" $< > $@
636683
637684 # Tell versions [3.59,3.63) of GNU make to not export all variables.
638685 # Otherwise a system limit (for SysV at least) may be exceeded.
103103 }
104104
105105 static void
106 ssh_client_watch_cb (GPid pid,
107 gint status,
108 gpointer user_data)
109 {
110 ClientContext *context = user_data;
111
112 g_main_loop_quit (context->loop);
113 g_spawn_close_pid (pid);
114 }
115
116 static void
106117 exec_ssh_on_socket (ClientContext *context,
107118 GSocket *socket)
108119 {
111122 GError *error = NULL;
112123 guint16 port;
113124 gchar *host;
114
125 GPtrArray *args;
126 gchar *str;
127 GPid pid;
128
129 /* Get the local host and port on which sshd is running */
115130 socket_address = g_socket_get_local_address (socket, &error);
116131 if (socket_address == NULL)
117132 {
118133 throw_error (context, error);
119134 return;
120135 }
121
122136 inet_address = g_inet_socket_address_get_address (G_INET_SOCKET_ADDRESS (socket_address));
123137 port = g_inet_socket_address_get_port (G_INET_SOCKET_ADDRESS (socket_address));
124138 host = g_inet_address_to_string (inet_address);
125139
126 if (fork() == 0)
127 {
128 GPtrArray *args;
129 gchar *str;
130
131 args = g_ptr_array_new ();
132 g_ptr_array_add (args, "ssh");
133 g_ptr_array_add (args, host);
134
135 g_ptr_array_add (args, "-p");
136 str = g_strdup_printf ("%d", port);
140 /* Create ssh client args */
141 args = g_ptr_array_new_with_free_func (g_free);
142 g_ptr_array_add (args, g_strdup ("ssh"));
143 g_ptr_array_add (args, host);
144
145 g_ptr_array_add (args, g_strdup ("-p"));
146 str = g_strdup_printf ("%d", port);
147 g_ptr_array_add (args, str);
148
149 if (context->login != NULL)
150 {
151 g_ptr_array_add (args, g_strdup ("-l"));
152 str = g_strdup_printf ("%s", context->login);
137153 g_ptr_array_add (args, str);
138
139 if (context->login != NULL)
140 {
141 g_ptr_array_add (args, "-l");
142 str = g_strdup_printf ("%s", context->login);
143 g_ptr_array_add (args, str);
144 }
145
146 str = g_strdup_printf ("-oHostKeyAlias=%s", context->contact_id);
147 g_ptr_array_add (args, str);
148
149 g_ptr_array_add (args, NULL);
150
151 execvp ("ssh", (gchar **) args->pdata);
152 }
153
154 g_free (host);
154 }
155
156 str = g_strdup_printf ("-oHostKeyAlias=%s", context->contact_id);
157 g_ptr_array_add (args, str);
158
159 g_ptr_array_add (args, NULL);
160
161 /* spawn ssh client */
162 if (!g_spawn_async (NULL, (gchar **) args->pdata, NULL,
163 G_SPAWN_SEARCH_PATH | G_SPAWN_CHILD_INHERITS_STDIN |
164 G_SPAWN_DO_NOT_REAP_CHILD, NULL, NULL, &pid, &error))
165 {
166 throw_error (context, error);
167 goto OUT;
168 }
169
170 g_child_watch_add (pid, ssh_client_watch_cb, context);
171
172 OUT:
173
174 g_ptr_array_unref (args);
155175 }
156176
157177 static void
00 [D-BUS Service]
11 Name=org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Client.SSHContact
2 Exec=@bindir@/ssh-contact-service
2 Exec=@libexecdir@/ssh-contact-service