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import dotnet5.0-5.0.209-1.el8_5

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#!/usr/bin/python3
"""
Check debug symbols are present in shared object and can identify
code.
It starts scanning from a directory and recursively scans all ELF
files found in it for various symbols to ensure all debuginfo is
present and nothing has been stripped.
Usage:
./check-debug-symbols /path/of/dir/to/scan/
Example:
./check-debug-symbols /usr/lib64
"""
# This technique was explained to me by Mark Wielaard (mjw).
import collections
import os
import re
import subprocess
import sys
ScanResult = collections.namedtuple('ScanResult',
'file_name debug_info debug_abbrev file_symbols gnu_debuglink')
def scan_file(file):
"Scan the provided file and return a ScanResult containing results of the scan."
# Test for .debug_* sections in the shared object. This is the main test.
# Stripped objects will not contain these.
readelf_S_result = subprocess.run(['eu-readelf', '-S', file],
stdout=subprocess.PIPE, encoding='utf-8', check=True)
has_debug_info = any(line for line in readelf_S_result.stdout.split('\n') if '] .debug_info' in line)
has_debug_abbrev = any(line for line in readelf_S_result.stdout.split('\n') if '] .debug_abbrev' in line)
# Test FILE symbols. These will most likely be removed by anyting that
# manipulates symbol tables because it's generally useless. So a nice test
# that nothing has messed with symbols.
def contains_file_symbols(line):
parts = line.split()
if len(parts) < 8:
return False
return \
parts[2] == '0' and parts[3] == 'FILE' and parts[4] == 'LOCAL' and parts[5] == 'DEFAULT' and \
parts[6] == 'ABS' and re.match(r'((.*/)?[-_a-zA-Z0-9]+\.(c|cc|cpp|cxx))?', parts[7])
readelf_s_result = subprocess.run(["eu-readelf", '-s', file],
stdout=subprocess.PIPE, encoding='utf-8', check=True)
has_file_symbols = any(line for line in readelf_s_result.stdout.split('\n') if contains_file_symbols(line))
# Test that there are no .gnu_debuglink sections pointing to another
# debuginfo file. There shouldn't be any debuginfo files, so the link makes
# no sense either.
has_gnu_debuglink = any(line for line in readelf_s_result.stdout.split('\n') if '] .gnu_debuglink' in line)
return ScanResult(file, has_debug_info, has_debug_abbrev, has_file_symbols, has_gnu_debuglink)
def is_elf(file):
result = subprocess.run(['file', file], stdout=subprocess.PIPE, encoding='utf-8', check=True)
return re.search('ELF 64-bit LSB (?:executable|shared object)', result.stdout)
def scan_file_if_sensible(file):
if is_elf(file):
# print(file)
return scan_file(file)
return None
def scan_dir(dir):
results = []
for root, _, files in os.walk(dir):
for name in files:
result = scan_file_if_sensible(os.path.join(root, name))
if result:
results.append(result)
return results
def scan(file):
file = os.path.abspath(file)
if os.path.isdir(file):
return scan_dir(file)
elif os.path.isfile(file):
return [scan_file_if_sensible(file)]
def is_bad_result(result):
return not result.debug_info or not result.debug_abbrev or not result.file_symbols or result.gnu_debuglink
def print_scan_results(results, verbose):
# print(results)
for result in results:
file_name = result.file_name
found_issue = False
if not result.debug_info:
found_issue = True
print('error: missing .debug_info section in', file_name)
if not result.debug_abbrev:
found_issue = True
print('error: missing .debug_abbrev section in', file_name)
if not result.file_symbols:
found_issue = True
print('error: missing FILE symbols in', file_name)
if result.gnu_debuglink:
found_issue = True
print('error: unexpected .gnu_debuglink section in', file_name)
if verbose and not found_issue:
print('OK: ', file_name)
def main(args):
verbose = False
files = []
for arg in args:
if arg == '--verbose' or arg == '-v':
verbose = True
else:
files.append(arg)
results = []
for file in files:
results.extend(scan(file))
print_scan_results(results, verbose)
if any(is_bad_result(result) for result in results):
return 1
return 0
if __name__ == '__main__':
sys.exit(main(sys.argv[1:]))
# Set location for AppHost lookup
[ -z "$DOTNET_ROOT" ] && export DOTNET_ROOT=@LIBDIR@/dotnet
# Add dotnet tools directory to PATH
DOTNET_TOOLS_PATH="$HOME/.dotnet/tools"
case "$PATH" in
*"$DOTNET_TOOLS_PATH"* ) true ;;
* ) PATH="$PATH:$DOTNET_TOOLS_PATH" ;;
esac
# Extract self-contained executables under HOME
# to avoid multi-user issues from using the default '/var/tmp'.
[ -z "$DOTNET_BUNDLE_EXTRACT_BASE_DIR" ] && export DOTNET_BUNDLE_EXTRACT_BASE_DIR="${XDG_CACHE_HOME:-"$HOME"/.cache}/dotnet_bundle_extract"
diff --git a/src/Cli/dotnet/Program.cs b/src/Cli/dotnet/Program.cs
index de1ebb9e6..6bbf479de 100644
--- a/src/Cli/dotnet/Program.cs
+++ b/src/Cli/dotnet/Program.cs
@@ -28,6 +28,13 @@ public class Program
public static int Main(string[] args)
{
+ // opt out of telemetry by default if the env var is unset
+ string telemetryValue = Environment.GetEnvironmentVariable("DOTNET_CLI_TELEMETRY_OPTOUT");
+ if (String.IsNullOrEmpty(telemetryValue))
+ {
+ Environment.SetEnvironmentVariable("DOTNET_CLI_TELEMETRY_OPTOUT", "1");
+ }
+
DebugHelper.HandleDebugSwitch(ref args);
// Capture the current timestamp to calculate the host overhead.
--- a/patches/runtime/0036-Add-net46-for-some-packages-to-support-Omnisharp.patch
+++ b/patches/runtime/0036-Add-net46-for-some-packages-to-support-Omnisharp.patch
@@ -58,25 +58,3 @@
<DefineConstants>$(DefineConstants);RESOURCES_EXTENSIONS</DefineConstants>
<Nullable>enable</Nullable>
</PropertyGroup>
-diff --git a/src/libraries/System.Resources.Extensions/tests/System.Resources.Extensions.Tests.csproj b/src/libraries/System.Resources.Extensions/tests/System.Resources.Extensions.Tests.csproj
-index b48848c7a45..b310496f4bc 100644
---- a/src/libraries/System.Resources.Extensions/tests/System.Resources.Extensions.Tests.csproj
-+++ b/src/libraries/System.Resources.Extensions/tests/System.Resources.Extensions.Tests.csproj
-@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
- <Project Sdk="Microsoft.NET.Sdk">
- <PropertyGroup>
-- <TargetFrameworks>$(NetCoreAppCurrent)-Windows_NT;$(NetCoreAppCurrent)-Unix;net461</TargetFrameworks>
-+ <TargetFrameworks>$(NetCoreAppCurrent)-Windows_NT;$(NetCoreAppCurrent)-Unix;net461;net46</TargetFrameworks>
- <IncludeRemoteExecutor>true</IncludeRemoteExecutor>
- </PropertyGroup>
- <ItemGroup>
-@@ -44,4 +44,4 @@
- </ItemGroup>
- <Exec Command="%(ExecuteMethod.Command)" WorkingDirectory="$(TargetDir)" />
- </Target>
--</Project>
-\ No newline at end of file
-+</Project>
---
-2.18.0
-
%bcond_with bootstrap
# Avoid provides/requires from private libraries
%global privlibs libhostfxr
%global privlibs %{privlibs}|libclrjit
%global privlibs %{privlibs}|libcoreclr
%global privlibs %{privlibs}|libcoreclrtraceptprovider
%global privlibs %{privlibs}|libdbgshim
%global privlibs %{privlibs}|libhostpolicy
%global privlibs %{privlibs}|libmscordaccore
%global privlibs %{privlibs}|libmscordbi
%global privlibs %{privlibs}|libsos
%global privlibs %{privlibs}|libsosplugin
%global __provides_exclude ^(%{privlibs})\\.so
%global __requires_exclude ^(%{privlibs})\\.so
# LTO triggers a compilation error for a source level issue. Given that LTO should not
# change the validity of any given source and the nature of the error (undefined enum), I
# suspect a generator program is mis-behaving in some way. This needs further debugging,
# until that's done, disable LTO. This has to happen before setting the flags below.
%define _lto_cflags %{nil}
%global host_version 5.0.12
%global runtime_version 5.0.12
%global aspnetcore_runtime_version %{runtime_version}
%global sdk_version 5.0.209
%global templates_version %{runtime_version}
#%%global templates_version %%(echo %%{runtime_version} | awk 'BEGIN { FS="."; OFS="." } {print $1, $2, $3+1 }')
%global host_rpm_version %{host_version}
%global aspnetcore_runtime_rpm_version %{aspnetcore_runtime_version}
%global runtime_rpm_version %{runtime_version}
%global sdk_rpm_version %{sdk_version}
# upstream can update releases without revving the SDK version so these don't always match
%global src_version %{sdk_version}.1
%if 0%{?fedora} || 0%{?rhel} < 8
%global use_bundled_libunwind 0
%else
%global use_bundled_libunwind 1
%endif
%ifarch aarch64
%global use_bundled_libunwind 1
%endif
%ifarch x86_64
%global runtime_arch x64
%endif
%ifarch aarch64
%global runtime_arch arm64
%endif
%{!?runtime_id:%global runtime_id %(. /etc/os-release ; echo "${ID}.${VERSION_ID%%.*}")-%{runtime_arch}}
Name: dotnet5.0
Version: %{sdk_rpm_version}
Release: 1%{?dist}
Summary: .NET Runtime and SDK
License: MIT and ASL 2.0 and BSD and LGPLv2+ and CC-BY and CC0 and MS-PL and EPL-1.0 and GPL+ and GPLv2 and ISC and OFL and zlib
URL: https://github.com/dotnet/
# The source is generated on a RHEL/Fedora box via:
# ./build-dotnet-tarball v%%{src_version}-SDK
Source0: dotnet-v%{src_version}-SDK.tar.gz
Source1: check-debug-symbols.py
Source2: dotnet.sh.in
Patch1: source-build-remove-test-references-from-patches.patch
# Disable telemetry by default; make it opt-in
Patch500: sdk-telemetry-optout.patch
%if 0%{?fedora} > 32 || 0%{?rhel} > 8
ExclusiveArch: aarch64 x86_64
%else
ExclusiveArch: x86_64
%endif
BuildRequires: clang
BuildRequires: cmake
BuildRequires: coreutils
BuildRequires: dotnet-sdk-5.0
%if %{without bootstrap}
BuildRequires: dotnet5.0-build-reference-packages
BuildRequires: dotnet-sdk-5.0-source-built-artifacts
%endif
BuildRequires: findutils
BuildRequires: git
%if 0%{?fedora} || 0%{?rhel} > 7
BuildRequires: glibc-langpack-en
%endif
BuildRequires: hostname
BuildRequires: krb5-devel
BuildRequires: libcurl-devel
BuildRequires: libicu-devel
%if ! %{use_bundled_libunwind}
BuildRequires: libunwind-devel
%endif
BuildRequires: lldb-devel
BuildRequires: llvm
BuildRequires: lttng-ust-devel
BuildRequires: make
BuildRequires: openssl-devel
BuildRequires: python3
BuildRequires: systemtap-sdt-devel
BuildRequires: tar
BuildRequires: zlib-devel
%description
.NET is a fast, lightweight and modular platform for creating
cross platform applications that work on Linux, macOS and Windows.
It particularly focuses on creating console applications, web
applications and micro-services.
.NET contains a runtime conforming to .NET Standards a set of
framework libraries, an SDK containing compilers and a 'dotnet'
application to drive everything.
%package -n dotnet
Version: %{sdk_rpm_version}
Summary: .NET CLI tools and runtime
Requires: dotnet-sdk-5.0%{?_isa} >= %{sdk_rpm_version}-%{release}
%description -n dotnet
.NET is a fast, lightweight and modular platform for creating
cross platform applications that work on Linux, macOS and Windows.
It particularly focuses on creating console applications, web
applications and micro-services.
.NET contains a runtime conforming to .NET Standards a set of
framework libraries, an SDK containing compilers and a 'dotnet'
application to drive everything.
%package -n dotnet-host
Version: %{host_rpm_version}
Summary: .NET command line launcher
%description -n dotnet-host
The .NET host is a command line program that runs a standalone
.NET application or launches the SDK.
.NET is a fast, lightweight and modular platform for creating
cross platform applications that work on Linux, Mac and Windows.
It particularly focuses on creating console applications, web
applications and micro-services.
%package -n dotnet-hostfxr-5.0
Version: %{host_rpm_version}
Summary: .NET command line host resolver
# Theoretically any version of the host should work. But lets aim for the one
# provided by this package, or from a newer version of .NET
Requires: dotnet-host%{?_isa} >= %{host_rpm_version}-%{release}
%description -n dotnet-hostfxr-5.0
The .NET host resolver contains the logic to resolve and select
the right version of the .NET SDK or runtime to use.
.NET is a fast, lightweight and modular platform for creating
cross platform applications that work on Linux, Mac and Windows.
It particularly focuses on creating console applications, web
applications and micro-services.
%package -n dotnet-runtime-5.0
Version: %{runtime_rpm_version}
Summary: NET 5.0 runtime
Requires: dotnet-hostfxr-5.0%{?_isa} >= %{host_rpm_version}-%{release}
# libicu is dlopen()ed
Requires: libicu%{?_isa}
%if %{use_bundled_libunwind}
Provides: bundled(libunwind) = 1.3
%endif
%description -n dotnet-runtime-5.0
The .NET runtime contains everything needed to run .NET applications.
It includes a high performance Virtual Machine as well as the framework
libraries used by .NET applications.
.NET is a fast, lightweight and modular platform for creating
cross platform applications that work on Linux, Mac and Windows.
It particularly focuses on creating console applications, web
applications and micro-services.
%package -n aspnetcore-runtime-5.0
Version: %{aspnetcore_runtime_rpm_version}
Summary: ASP.NET Core 5.0 runtime
Requires: dotnet-runtime-5.0%{?_isa} >= %{runtime_rpm_version}-%{release}
%description -n aspnetcore-runtime-5.0
The ASP.NET Core runtime contains everything needed to run .NET
web applications. It includes a high performance Virtual Machine as
well as the framework libraries used by .NET applications.
ASP.NET Core is a fast, lightweight and modular platform for creating
cross platform web applications that work on Linux, Mac and Windows.
It particularly focuses on creating console applications, web
applications and micro-services.
%package -n dotnet-templates-5.0
Version: %{sdk_rpm_version}
Summary: .NET 5.0 templates
# Theoretically any version of the host should work. But lets aim for the one
# provided by this package, or from a newer version of .NET
Requires: dotnet-host%{?_isa} >= %{host_rpm_version}-%{release}
%description -n dotnet-templates-5.0
This package contains templates used by the .NET SDK.
.NET is a fast, lightweight and modular platform for creating
cross platform applications that work on Linux, Mac and Windows.
It particularly focuses on creating console applications, web
applications and micro-services.
%package -n dotnet-sdk-5.0
Version: %{sdk_rpm_version}
Summary: .NET 5.0 Software Development Kit
Provides: bundled(js-jquery)
Provides: bundled(npm)
Requires: dotnet-runtime-5.0%{?_isa} >= %{runtime_rpm_version}-%{release}
Requires: aspnetcore-runtime-5.0%{?_isa} >= %{aspnetcore_runtime_rpm_version}-%{release}
Requires: dotnet-apphost-pack-5.0%{?_isa} >= %{runtime_rpm_version}-%{release}
Requires: dotnet-targeting-pack-5.0%{?_isa} >= %{runtime_rpm_version}-%{release}
Requires: aspnetcore-targeting-pack-5.0%{?_isa} >= %{aspnetcore_runtime_rpm_version}-%{release}
Requires: netstandard-targeting-pack-2.1%{?_isa} >= %{sdk_rpm_version}-%{release}
Requires: dotnet-templates-5.0%{?_isa} >= %{sdk_rpm_version}-%{release}
%description -n dotnet-sdk-5.0
The .NET SDK is a collection of command line applications to
create, build, publish and run .NET applications.
.NET is a fast, lightweight and modular platform for creating
cross platform applications that work on Linux, Mac and Windows.
It particularly focuses on creating console applications, web
applications and micro-services.
%global dotnet_targeting_pack() %{expand:
%package -n %{1}
Version: %{2}
Summary: Targeting Pack for %{3} %{4}
Requires: dotnet-host%{?_isa}
%description -n %{1}
This package provides a targeting pack for %{3} %{4}
that allows developers to compile against and target %{3} %{4}
applications using the .NET SDK.
%files -n %{1}
%dir %{_libdir}/dotnet/packs
%{_libdir}/dotnet/packs/%{5}
}
%dotnet_targeting_pack dotnet-apphost-pack-5.0 %{runtime_rpm_version} Microsoft.NETCore.App 5.0 Microsoft.NETCore.App.Host.%{runtime_id}
%dotnet_targeting_pack dotnet-targeting-pack-5.0 %{runtime_rpm_version} Microsoft.NETCore.App 5.0 Microsoft.NETCore.App.Ref
%dotnet_targeting_pack aspnetcore-targeting-pack-5.0 %{aspnetcore_runtime_rpm_version} Microsoft.AspNetCore.App 5.0 Microsoft.AspNetCore.App.Ref
#%%dotnet_targeting_pack netstandard-targeting-pack-2.1 %%{sdk_rpm_version} NETStandard.Library 2.1 NETStandard.Library.Ref
%package -n dotnet-sdk-5.0-source-built-artifacts
Version: %{sdk_rpm_version}
Summary: Internal package for building .NET 5.0 Software Development Kit
%description -n dotnet-sdk-5.0-source-built-artifacts
The .NET source-built archive is a collection of packages needed
to build the .NET SDK itself.
These are not meant for general use.
%prep
%setup -q -n dotnet-v%{src_version}-SDK
%if %{without bootstrap}
# Remove all prebuilts
find -iname '*.dll' -type f -delete
find -iname '*.so' -type f -delete
find -iname '*.tar.gz' -type f -delete
find -iname '*.nupkg' -type f -delete
find -iname '*.zip' -type f -delete
rm -rf .dotnet/
rm -rf packages/source-built
%endif
%if %{without bootstrap}
mkdir -p packages/archive
ln -s %{_libdir}/dotnet/source-built-artifacts/*.tar.gz packages/archive/
ln -s %{_libdir}/dotnet/reference-packages/Private.SourceBuild.ReferencePackages*.tar.gz packages/archive
%endif
# Fix bad hardcoded path in build
sed -i 's|/usr/share/dotnet|%{_libdir}/dotnet|' src/runtime.*/src/installer/corehost/cli/hostmisc/pal.unix.cpp
# Disable warnings
sed -i 's|skiptests|skiptests ignorewarnings|' repos/runtime.common.props
%patch1 -p1
pushd src/runtime.*
popd
pushd src/sdk.*
%patch500 -p1
popd
%ifnarch x86_64
mkdir -p artifacts/obj/%{runtime_arch}/Release
cp artifacts/obj/x64/Release/PackageVersions.props artifacts/obj/%{runtime_arch}/Release/PackageVersions.props
%endif
cat source-build-info.txt
find -iname 'nuget.config' -exec echo {}: \; -exec cat {} \; -exec echo \;
%build
cat /etc/os-release
cp -a %{_libdir}/dotnet previously-built-dotnet
%if %{without bootstrap}
# We need to create a copy because we will mutate this
%endif
%if 0%{?fedora} > 32 || 0%{?rhel} > 8
# Setting this macro ensures that only clang supported options will be
# added to ldflags and cflags.
%global toolchain clang
%set_build_flags
%else
# Filter flags not supported by clang
%global dotnet_cflags %(echo %optflags | sed -re 's/-specs=[^ ]*//g')
%global dotnet_ldflags %(echo %{__global_ldflags} | sed -re 's/-specs=[^ ]*//g')
export CFLAGS="%{dotnet_cflags}"
export CXXFLAGS="%{dotnet_cflags}"
export LDFLAGS="%{dotnet_ldflags}"
%endif
%ifarch aarch64
# -mbranch-protection=standard breaks unwinding in CoreCLR through libunwind
CFLAGS=$(echo $CFLAGS | sed -e 's/-mbranch-protection=standard //')
CXXFLAGS=$(echo $CXXFLAGS | sed -e 's/-mbranch-protection=standard //')
%endif
# -fstack-clash-protection breaks CoreCLR
CFLAGS=$(echo $CFLAGS | sed -e 's/-fstack-clash-protection//' )
CXXFLAGS=$(echo $CXXFLAGS | sed -e 's/-fstack-clash-protection//' )
export EXTRA_CFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
export EXTRA_CXXFLAGS="$CXXFLAGS"
export EXTRA_LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS"
unset CFLAGS
unset CXXFLAGS
unset LDFLAGS
#%%if %%{without bootstrap}
# --with-ref-packages %%{_libdir}/dotnet/reference-packages/ \
# --with-packages %%{_libdir}/dotnet/source-built-artifacts/*.tar.gz \
# --with-sdk %%{_libdir}/dotnet \
#%%endif
VERBOSE=1 ./build.sh \
--with-sdk previously-built-dotnet \
%if %{without bootstrap}
%endif
-- \
/v:n \
/p:SkipPortableRuntimeBuild=true \
/p:LogVerbosity=n \
/p:MinimalConsoleLogOutput=false \
/p:ContinueOnPrebuiltBaselineError=true \
%if %{use_bundled_libunwind}
/p:UseSystemLibunwind=false \
%else
/p:UseSystemLibunwind=true \
%endif
sed -e 's|[@]LIBDIR[@]|%{_libdir}|g' %{SOURCE2} > dotnet.sh
%install
install -dm 0755 %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/dotnet
ls artifacts/%{runtime_arch}/Release
tar xf artifacts/%{runtime_arch}/Release/dotnet-sdk-%{sdk_version}-%{runtime_id}.tar.gz -C %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/dotnet/
# Install managed symbols
tar xf artifacts/%{runtime_arch}/Release/runtime/dotnet-runtime-symbols-%{runtime_version}-%{runtime_id}.tar.gz \
-C %{buildroot}/%{_libdir}/dotnet/shared/Microsoft.NETCore.App/%{runtime_version}/
# Fix executable permissions on files
find %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/dotnet/ -type f -name '*.a' -exec chmod -x {} \;
find %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/dotnet/ -type f -name '*.dll' -exec chmod -x {} \;
find %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/dotnet/ -type f -name '*.h' -exec chmod -x {} \;
find %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/dotnet/ -type f -name '*.pdb' -exec chmod -x {} \;
find %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/dotnet/ -type f -name '*.props' -exec chmod -x {} \;
find %{buildroot}%{_libdir}/dotnet/ -type f -name '*.pubxml' -exec chmod -x {} \;