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Don't pipe to gunzip

gunzip should not try to seek the stream, but an issue was reported
in #407, where it fails with

    gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file

So we're writing to a file first just to be safer.
Fixes #407.
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Eric Nielsen 2020-07-23 21:49:39 -05:00
parent dc93d13903
commit 713b7b2f5d
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3 changed files with 12 additions and 10 deletions

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@ -7,7 +7,9 @@ and this project adheres to [Semantic Versioning](https://semver.org/spec/v2.0.0
## [Unreleased]
_No unreleased changes._
### Fixed
- gunzip failing with "unexpected end of file" when trying to upgrade zimfw.
(See [#407](https://github.com/zimfw/zimfw/issues/407))
## [1.3.0] - 2020-07-05

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@ -2,22 +2,22 @@ _zimfw_upgrade() {
local -r ztarget=${ZIM_HOME}/zimfw.zsh
local -r zurl=https://github.com/zimfw/zimfw/releases/latest/download/zimfw.zsh.gz
{
setopt LOCAL_OPTIONS PIPE_FAIL
if (( ${+commands[curl]} )); then
command curl -fsSL ${zurl} | command gunzip > ${ztarget}.new || return 1
command curl -fsSL -o ${ztarget}.new.gz ${zurl} || return 1
else
local zopt
if (( _zprintlevel <= 1 )) zopt='-q'
if ! command wget -nv ${zopt} -O - ${zurl} | command gunzip > ${ztarget}.new; then
if ! command wget -nv ${zopt} -O ${ztarget}.new.gz ${zurl}; then
if (( _zprintlevel <= 1 )) print -u2 -PR "%F{red}<%= error %>Error downloading %B${zurl}%b. Use %B-v%b option to see details.%f"
return 1
fi
fi
command gunzip -f ${ztarget}.new.gz || return 1
# .latest_version can be outdated and will yield a false warning if zimfw is
# upgraded before .latest_version is refreshed. Bad thing about having a cache.
_zimfw_mv ${ztarget}{.new,} && command rm -f ${ZIM_HOME}/.latest_version && \
_zimfw_print -P '<%= done %>Done with upgrade.'
} always {
command rm -f ${ztarget}.new
command rm -f ${ztarget}.new{,.gz}
}
}

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@ -313,7 +313,7 @@ _zimfw_compile() {
}
_zimfw_info() {
print -R 'zimfw version: '${_zversion}' (previous commit is 1e4d1e7)'
print -R 'zimfw version: '${_zversion}' (previous commit is dc93d13)'
print -R 'ZIM_HOME: '${ZIM_HOME}
print -R 'Zsh version: '${ZSH_VERSION}
print -R 'System info: '$(command uname -a)
@ -336,23 +336,23 @@ _zimfw_upgrade() {
local -r ztarget=${ZIM_HOME}/zimfw.zsh
local -r zurl=https://github.com/zimfw/zimfw/releases/latest/download/zimfw.zsh.gz
{
setopt LOCAL_OPTIONS PIPE_FAIL
if (( ${+commands[curl]} )); then
command curl -fsSL ${zurl} | command gunzip > ${ztarget}.new || return 1
command curl -fsSL -o ${ztarget}.new.gz ${zurl} || return 1
else
local zopt
if (( _zprintlevel <= 1 )) zopt='-q'
if ! command wget -nv ${zopt} -O - ${zurl} | command gunzip > ${ztarget}.new; then
if ! command wget -nv ${zopt} -O ${ztarget}.new.gz ${zurl}; then
if (( _zprintlevel <= 1 )) print -u2 -PR "%F{red}x Error downloading %B${zurl}%b. Use %B-v%b option to see details.%f"
return 1
fi
fi
command gunzip -f ${ztarget}.new.gz || return 1
# .latest_version can be outdated and will yield a false warning if zimfw is
# upgraded before .latest_version is refreshed. Bad thing about having a cache.
_zimfw_mv ${ztarget}{.new,} && command rm -f ${ZIM_HOME}/.latest_version && \
_zimfw_print -P 'Done with upgrade.'
} always {
command rm -f ${ztarget}.new
command rm -f ${ztarget}.new{,.gz}
}
}