Commit d632109c authored by Michael Vogt's avatar Michael Vogt

* initial revision (after accidently killing it)

Michiel Sikkes <>
Michael Vogt <>
Jorge Bernal <>
Jean Privat <>
Martin Willemoes Hansen <>
Zygmunt Krynicki <>
Technical Author:
Sean Wheller <>
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2005-04-04 Michael Vogt <>
* Added "xh" to ALL_LINGUAS.
2005-04-01 Steve Murphy <>
* Added "rw" to ALL_LINGUAS.
2005-03-29 Raphael Higino <>
* Added pt_BR to ALL_LINGUAS.
2005-03-29 Zygmunt Krynicki <>
* src/ Enabled translation of known keys
2005-03-24 Michiel Sikkes <>
* data/ Added help button. Put package count next
to reload button above updatelist.
* src/ Implemented help button.
* Added ja to ALL_LINGUAS.
2005-03-21 Adam Weinberger <>
* Added en_CA to ALL_LINGUAS.
2005-03-21 Christian Rose <>
* Added "sv" to ALL_LINGUAS.
Also sorted the language entries in the ALL_LINGUAS line,
so that it will be possible to spot duplicates or omissions.
2005-03-11 Michiel Sikkes <>
* Added el (Greek) to ALL_LINGUAS.
2005-03-03 Dan Damian <>
* Added ro (Romanian) to ALL_LINGUAS.
2005-03-10 Zygmunt Krynicki <>
* Improved translation support
2005-02-18 Michiel Sikkes <>
* Added window title to the synaptic gtk socket window.
2005-02-18 Michiel Sikkes <>
* Updated strings to have more consistent messages and it's not a pain
in the ass to translate ;).
* Merge from branches/release-37-2.
2005-01-27 Martin Willemoes Hansen <>
* da.po: Added Danish translation.
2004-10-25 Michiel Sikkes <>
* Initial release.
#!/usr/bin/env python
# - simple parser for a xml-based metainfo file
# Copyright (c) 2005 Gustavo Noronha Silva
# Author: Gustavo Noronha Silva <>
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
# published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
# License, or (at your option) any later version.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307
import os
import gettext
import ConfigParser
_ = gettext.gettext
class Suite:
name = None
description = None
base_uri = None
repository_type = None
components = None
class Component:
name = None
description = None
enabled = None
class DistInfo:
def __init__(self, dist = None,
base_dir = "/usr/share/update-manager/dists"):
self.metarelease_uri = ''
self.suites = []
if not dist:
pipe = os.popen("lsb_release -i | cut -d : -f 2-")
dist =
del pipe
dist_fname = "%s/" % (base_dir, dist)
dist_file = open (dist_fname)
if not dist_file:
suite = None
component = None
for line in dist_file:
tokens = line.split (':', 1)
if len (tokens) < 2:
field = tokens[0].strip ()
value = tokens[1].strip ()
if field == 'ChangelogURI':
self.changelogs_uri = _(value)
elif field == 'MetaReleaseURI':
self.metarelease_uri = value
elif field == 'Suite':
if suite:
if component:
suite.components.append (component)
component = None
self.suites.append (suite)
suite = Suite () = value
suite.components = []
elif field == 'RepositoryType':
suite.repository_type = value
elif field == 'BaseURI':
suite.base_uri = value
elif field == 'Description':
suite.description = _(value)
elif field == 'Component':
if component:
suite.components.append (component)
component = Component () = value
elif field == 'Enabled':
component.enabled = bool(int(value))
elif field == 'CompDescription':
component.description = _(value)
if suite:
if component:
suite.components.append (component)
component = None
self.suites.append (suite)
suite = None
if __name__ == "__main__":
d = DistInfo ("Debian", "../distribution-data")
print d.changelogs_uri
for suite in d.suites:
print suite.description
print suite.base_uri
for component in suite.components:
print component.description
print component.enabled
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modules_DATA =
modulesdir = $(datadir)/update-manager/python
EXTRA_DIST = $(modules_DATA)
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SUBDIRS = Common SoftwareProperties src po data help
DIST_SUBDIRS = po src data help
exedir = $(prefix)/bin
exe_SCRIPTS = gnome-software-properties # \
# update-manager
debian \
po/update-manager.pot \ # \
Update Manager for apt
This is an application which lets you manage updates available for your
computer via apt and python-apt.
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modules_DATA = \ \ \ \ \
modulesdir = $(datadir)/update-manager/python
EXTRA_DIST = $(modules_DATA)
#!/usr/bin/env python
# - edit /etc/apt/sources.list
# Copyright (c) 2004 Canonical
# 2004-2005 Michiel Sikkes
# Author: Michiel Sikkes <>
# Michael Vogt <>
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
# modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
# published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
# License, or (at your option) any later version.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307
import sys
import gnome
import gconf
import apt_pkg
import gobject
import shutil
import gettext
from SimpleGladeApp import *
import aptsources
import dialog_add
import dialog_edit
from dialog_apt_key import apt_key
from utils import *
"autoupdate" : "APT::Periodic::Update-Package-Lists",
"autodownload" : "APT::Periodic::Download-Upgradeable-Packages",
"autoclean" : "APT::Periodic::AutocleanInterval",
"max_size" : "APT::Archives::MaxSize",
"max_age" : "APT::Archives::MaxAge"
DATADIR = "@prefix@/share/update-manager"
class SoftwareProperties(SimpleGladeApp):
def __init__(self, gladefile, root, domain, options):
SimpleGladeApp.__init__(self, gladefile, None, domain)
self.modified = False
_ = gettext.gettext
self.gnome_program = gnome.init("Software Properties", "0.41")
self.gconfclient = gconf.client_get_default()
# Get some configuration options
self.show_disabled = self.gconfclient.get_bool("/apps/gnome-software-" \
# If externally called, reparent to external application.
if (options.socket != None):
plug = gtk.Plug(long(options.socket))
update_days = apt_pkg.Config.FindI(CONF_MAP["autoupdate"])
if update_days >= 1:
self.apt_key = apt_key()
def init_sourceslist(self):
self.source_store = gtk.ListStore(str, bool, gobject.TYPE_PYOBJECT)
tr = gtk.CellRendererText()
source_col = gtk.TreeViewColumn("Description", tr, markup=LIST_MARKUP)
self.sourceslist = aptsources.SourcesList()
self.matcher = aptsources.SourceEntryMatcher()
def init_keyslist(self):
self.keys_store = gtk.ListStore(str)
tr = gtk.CellRendererText()
keys_col = gtk.TreeViewColumn("Key", tr, text=0)
def reload_sourceslist(self):
for source in self.sourceslist.list:
if source.invalid or source.disabled:
(a_type, dists, comps) = self.matcher.match(source)
contents = ""
if source.comment != "":
contents += "<i>%s</i>\n\n" % (source.comment)
contents += "%s <small>(%s)</small>" % (dists, a_type)
self.source_store.append([contents, not source.disabled, source])
def reload_keyslist(self):
for key in self.apt_key.list():
def opt_autoupdate_toggled(self, widget):
if self.checkbutton_auto_update.get_active():
if self.spinbutton_update_interval.get_value() == 0:
value = "1"
value = str(self.spinbutton_update_interval.get_value())
value = "0"
apt_pkg.Config.Set(CONF_MAP["autoupdate"], str(value))
# FIXME: Write config options, apt_pkg should be able to do this.
def write_config(self):
periodic = "/etc/apt/apt.conf.d/10periodic"
content = []
if os.path.isfile(periodic):
content = open(periodic, "r").readlines()
cnf = apt_pkg.Config.SubTree("APT::Periodic")
f = open(periodic, "w+")
for line in content:
found = False
for key in cnf.List():
if line.find("APT::Periodic::%s" % (key)) >= 0:
found = True
if not found:
for i in cnf.List():
f.write("APT::Periodic::%s \"%s\";\n" % (i, cnf.FindI(i)))
def save_sourceslist(self):
location = "/etc/apt/sources.list"
shutil.copy(location, location + ".save")
def on_add_clicked(self, widget):
dialog = dialog_add.dialog_add(self.window_main, self.sourceslist, DATADIR)
if == gtk.RESPONSE_OK:
self.modified = True
def on_edit_clicked(self, widget):
sel = self.treeview1.get_selection()
(model, iter) = sel.get_selected()
source_entry = model.get_value(iter, LIST_ENTRY_OBJ)
dialog = dialog_edit.dialog_edit(self.window_main, self.sourceslist,
source_entry, DATADIR)
if == gtk.RESPONSE_OK:
self.modified = True
def on_remove_clicked(self, widget):
sel = self.treeview1.get_selection()
(model, iter) = sel.get_selected()
if iter:
source = model.get_value(iter, LIST_ENTRY_OBJ)
self.modified = True
def add_key_clicked(self, widget):
_ = gettext.gettext
chooser = gtk.FileChooserDialog(title=_("Choose a key-file"),
res =