./sysutils/bfs, Breadth-first version of the UNIX find command

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.5.1, Package name: bfs-1.5.1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

bfs is a variant of the UNIX find command that operates breadth-first
rather than depth-first.


Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: c30b54309acff433f0cd78e9117d0b725d269fcc
RMD160: 101a5bf416ae81db4b1654c76d6c7ff3293269ce
Filesize: 111.156 KB

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   2019-12-28 13:16:53 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
(licenses/0-clause-bsd, sysutils/bfs) Rename license isc-AUTHOR to 0-clause-bsd

 sysutils/bfs/Makefile  .. convert to LICENSE=  0-clause-bsd
 licenses/0-clause-bsd  .. renamed from isc-AUTHOR (with minor edit on YEAR)
 licenses/isc-AUTHOR    .. remvoed
   See thread of starting at
   http://mail-index.netbsd.org/tech-pkg/2 … 22307.html
   Thanks
   2019-12-15 13:29:02 by Makoto Fujiwara | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
(sysutils/bfs) Updated from 1.1.3 to 1.5.1

1.5.1
-----
**September 14, 2019**

- Added a warning to `-mount`, since it will change behaviour in the next POSIX \ 
revision
- Added a workaround for environments that block `statx()` with `seccomp()`, \ 
like older Docker
- Fixed coloring of nonexistent leading directories
- Avoided calling `stat()` on all mount points at startup

1.5
---
**June 27, 2019**

- New `-xattr` predicate to find files with extended attributes
- Fixed the `-acl` implementation on macOS
- Implemented depth-first (`-S dfs`) and iterative deepening search (`-S ids`)
- Piped `-help` output into `$PAGER` by default
- Fixed crashes on some invalid `LS_COLORS` values

1.4.1
-----
**April 5, 2019**

- Added a nicer error message when the tests are run as root
- Fixed detection of comparison expressions with signs, to match GNU find for \ 
things like `-uid ++10`
- Added support for https://no-color.org/
- Decreased the number of `stat()` calls necessary in some cases

1.4
---
**April 15, 2019**

- New `-unique` option that filters out duplicate files \ 
(https://github.com/tavianator/bfs/issues/40)
- Optimized the file coloring implementation
- Fixed the coloring implementation to match GNU ls more closely in many corner cases
  - Implemented escape sequence parsing for `LS_COLORS`
  - Implemented `ln=target` for coloring links like their targets
  - Fixed the order of fallbacks used when some color keys are unset
- Add a workaround for incorrect file types for bind-mounted files on Linux \ 
(https://github.com/tavianator/bfs/issues/37)

1.3.3
-----
**February 10, 2019**

- Fixed unpredictable behaviour for empty responses to `-ok`/`-okdir` caused by \ 
an uninitialized string
- Writing to standard output now causes `bfs` to fail if the descriptor was closed
- Fixed incomplete file coloring in error messages
- Added some data flow optimizations
- Fixed `-nogroup`/`-nouser` in big directory trees
- Added `-type w` for whiteouts, as supported by FreeBSD `find`
- Re-wrote the `-help` message and manual page

1.3.2
-----
**January 11, 2019**

- Fixed an out-of-bounds read if LS_COLORS doesn't end with a `:`
- Allowed multiple debug flags to be specified like `-D opt,tree`

1.3.1
-----
**January 3, 2019**

- Fixed some portability problems affecting FreeBSD

1.3
---
**January 2, 2019**

New features:

- `-acl` finds files with non-trivial Access Control Lists (from FreeBSD)
- `-capable` finds files with capabilities set
- `-D all` turns on all debugging flags at once

Fixes:

- `LS_COLORS` handling has been improved:
  - Extension colors are now case-insensitive like GNU `ls`
  - `or` (orphan) and `mi` (missing) files are now treated differently
  - Default colors can be unset with `di=00` or similar
  - Specific colors fall back to more general colors when unspecified in more places
  - `LS_COLORS` no longer needs a trailing colon
- `-ls`/`-fls` now prints the major/minor numbers for device nodes
- `-exec ;` is rejected rather than segfaulting
- `bfs` now builds on old Linux versions that require `-lrt` for POSIX timers
- For files whose access/change/modification times can't be read, `bfs` no \ 
longer fails unless those times are needed for tests
- The testsuite is now more correct and portable

1.2.4
-----
**September 24, 2018**

- GNU find compatibility fixes for `-printf`:
  - `%Y` now prints `?` if an error occurs resolving the link
  - `%B` is now supported for birth/creation time (as well as `%W`/`%w`)
  - All standard `strftime()` formats are supported, not just the ones from the \ 
GNU find manual
- Optimizations are now re-run if any expressions are reordered
- `-exec` and friends no longer leave zombie processes around when `exec()` fails

1.2.3
-----
**July 15, 2018**

- Fixed `test_depth_error` on filesystems that don't fill in `d_type`
- Fixed the build on Linux architectures that don't have the `statx()` syscall \ 
(ia64, sh4)
- Fixed use of AT_EMPTY_PATH for fstatat on systems that don't support it (Hurd)
- Fixed `ARG_MAX` accounting on architectures with large pages (ppc64le)
- Fixed the build against the upcoming glibc 2.28 release that includes its own \ 
`statx()` wrapper

1.2.2
-----
**June 23, 2018**

- Minor bug fixes:
  - Fixed `-exec ... '{}' +` argument size tracking after recovering from `E2BIG`
  - Fixed `-fstype` if `/proc` is available but `/etc/mtab` is not
  - Fixed an uninitialized variable when given `-perm +rw...`
  - Fixed some potential "error: 'path': Success" messages
- Reduced reliance on GNU coreutils in the testsuite
- Refactored and simplified the internals of `bftw()`

1.2.1
-----
**February 8, 2018**

- Performance optimizations

1.2
---
**January 20, 2018**

- Added support for the `-perm +7777` syntax deprecated by GNU find (equivalent \ 
to `-perm /7777`), for compatibility with BSD finds
- Added support for file birth/creation times on platforms that report it
  - `-Bmin`/`-Btime`/`-Bnewer`
  - `B` flag for `-newerXY`
  - `%w` and `%Wk` directives for `-printf`
  - Uses the `statx(2)` system call on new enough Linux kernels
- More robustness to `E2BIG` added to the `-exec` implementation

1.1.4
-----
**October 27, 2017**

- Added a man page
- Fixed cases where multiple actions write to the same file
- Report errors that occur when closing files/flushing streams
- Fixed "argument list too long" errors with `-exec ... '{}' +`
   2019-09-09 11:32:37 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
bfs: Fix building on NetBSD
   2017-10-25 16:57:50 by Filip Hajny | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Import bfs-1.1.3 as sysutils/bfs.

bfs is a variant of the UNIX find command that operates breadth-first
rather than depth-first.