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Issue 14690006: Update reference builds to r197396. (Closed) Base URL: svn://
Patch Set: Created 7 years, 8 months ago
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Index: chrome_mac/ Framework.framework/Resources/
--- chrome_mac/ Framework.framework/Resources/ (revision 197568)
+++ chrome_mac/ Framework.framework/Resources/ (working copy)
@@ -1,126 +0,0 @@
-#!/bin/bash -p
-# Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
-# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
-# found in the LICENSE file.
-# Called by the application to install in a new location. Generally, this
-# means that the application is running from a disk image and wants to be
-# copied to /Applications. The application, when running from the disk image,
-# will call this script to perform the copy.
-# This script will be run as root if the application determines that it would
-# not otherwise have permission to perform the copy.
-# When running as root, this script will be invoked with the real user ID set
-# to the user's ID, but the effective user ID set to 0 (root). bash -p is
-# used on the first line to prevent bash from setting the effective user ID to
-# the real user ID (dropping root privileges).
-set -e
-# This script may run as root, so be paranoid about things like ${PATH}.
-export PATH="/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/sbin"
-# If running as root, output the pid to stdout before doing anything else.
-# See chrome/browser/mac/authorization_util.h.
-if [ ${EUID} -eq 0 ] ; then
- echo "${$}"
-if [ ${#} -ne 2 ] ; then
- echo "usage: ${0} SRC DEST" >& 2
- exit 2
-# Make sure that SRC is an absolute path and that it exists.
-if [ -z "${SRC}" ] || [ "${SRC:0:1}" != "/" ] || [ ! -d "${SRC}" ] ; then
- echo "${0}: source ${SRC} sanity check failed" >& 2
- exit 3
-# Make sure that DEST is an absolute path and that it doesn't yet exist.
-if [ -z "${DEST}" ] || [ "${DEST:0:1}" != "/" ] || [ -e "${DEST}" ] ; then
- echo "${0}: destination ${DEST} sanity check failed" >& 2
- exit 4
-# Do the copy.
-rsync -lrpt "${SRC}/" "${DEST}"
-# The remaining steps are not considered critical.
-set +e
-# Notify LaunchServices.
-"${LSREGISTER}" -f "${DEST}"
-# If this script is not running as root and the application is installed
-# somewhere under /Applications, try to make it writable by all admin users.
-# This will allow other admin users to update the application from their own
-# user Keystone instances even if the Keystone ticket is not promoted to
-# system level.
-# If the script is not running as root and the application is not installed
-# under /Applications, it might not be in a system-wide location, and it
-# probably won't be something that other users on the system are running, so
-# err on the side of safety and don't make it group-writable.
-# If this script is running as root, a Keystone ticket promotion is expected,
-# and future updates can be expected to be applied as root, so
-# admin-writeability is not a concern. Set the entire thing to be owned by
-# root in that case, regardless of where it's installed, and drop any group
-# and other write permission.
-# If this script is running as a user that is not a member of the admin group,
-# the chgrp operation will not succeed. Tolerate that case, because it's
-# better than the alternative, which is to make the application
-# world-writable.
-if [ ${EUID} -ne 0 ] ; then
- if [ "${DEST:0:14}" = "/Applications/" ] &&
- chgrp -Rh admin "${DEST}" >& /dev/null ; then
- CHMOD_MODE="a+rX,ug+w,o-w"
- fi
- chown -Rh root:wheel "${DEST}" >& /dev/null
-chmod -R "${CHMOD_MODE}" "${DEST}" >& /dev/null
-# On the Mac, or at least on HFS+, symbolic link permissions are significant,
-# but chmod -R and -h can't be used together. Do another pass to fix the
-# permissions on any symbolic links.
-find "${DEST}" -type l -exec chmod -h "${CHMOD_MODE}" {} + >& /dev/null
-# Host OS version check, to be able to take advantage of features on newer
-# systems and fall back to slow ways of doing things on older systems.
-OS_VERSION=$(sw_vers -productVersion)
-OS_MAJOR=$(sed -Ene 's/^([0-9]+).*/\1/p' <<< ${OS_VERSION})
-OS_MINOR=$(sed -Ene 's/^([0-9]+)\.([0-9]+).*/\2/p' <<< ${OS_VERSION})
-# Because this script is launched by the application itself, the installation
-# process inherits the quarantine bit (LSFileQuarantineEnabled). Any files or
-# directories created during the update will be quarantined in that case,
-# which may cause Launch Services to display quarantine UI. That's bad,
-# especially if it happens when the outer .app launches a quarantined inner
-# helper. Since the user approved the application launch if quarantined, it
-# it can be assumed that the installed copy should not be quarantined. Use
-# xattr to drop the quarantine attribute.
-if [ ${OS_MAJOR} -gt 10 ] ||
- ([ ${OS_MAJOR} -eq 10 ] && [ ${OS_MINOR} -ge 6 ]) ; then
- # On 10.6, xattr supports -r for recursive operation.
- xattr -d -r "${QUARANTINE_ATTR}" "${DEST}" >& /dev/null
- # On earlier systems, xattr doesn't support -r, so run xattr via find.
- find "${DEST}" -exec xattr -d "${QUARANTINE_ATTR}" {} + >& /dev/null
-# Great success!
-exit 0

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