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nixpkgs/pkgs/applications/networking/msmtp/paths.patch

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diff --git a/scripts/msmtpq/msmtp-queue b/scripts/msmtpq/msmtp-queue
index 1dc220d..d834241 100755
--- a/scripts/msmtpq/msmtp-queue
+++ b/scripts/msmtpq/msmtp-queue
@@ -27,4 +27,4 @@
## change the below line to be
## exec /path/to/msmtpq --q-mgmt
-exec msmtpq --q-mgmt "$1"
+exec @msmtpq@ --q-mgmt "$1"
diff --git a/scripts/msmtpq/msmtpq b/scripts/msmtpq/msmtpq
index bdb4fb8..1363a67 100755
--- a/scripts/msmtpq/msmtpq
+++ b/scripts/msmtpq/msmtpq
@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ err() { dsp '' "$@" '' ; exit 1 ; }
## enter the location of the msmtp executable (no quotes !!)
## e.g. ( MSMTP=/path/to/msmtp )
## and uncomment the test for its existence
-MSMTP=msmtp
+MSMTP=@msmtp@
#[ -x "$MSMTP" ] || \
# log -e 1 "msmtpq : can't find the msmtp executable [ $MSMTP ]" # if not found - complain ; quit
##
@@ -70,9 +70,8 @@ MSMTP=msmtp
## ( chmod 0700 msmtp.queue )
##
## the queue dir - modify this to reflect where you'd like it to be (no quotes !!)
-Q=~/.msmtp.queue
-[ -d "$Q" ] || \
- err '' "msmtpq : can't find msmtp queue directory [ $Q ]" '' # if not present - complain ; quit
+Q=${MSMTP_QUEUE:-~/.msmtp.queue}
+test -d "$Q" || mkdir -p "$Q"
##
## set the queue log file var to the location of the msmtp queue log file
## where it is or where you'd like it to be
@@ -84,7 +83,10 @@ Q=~/.msmtp.queue
## (doing so would be inadvisable under most conditions, however)
##
## the queue log file - modify (or comment out) to taste (but no quotes !!)
-LOG=~/log/msmtp.queue.log
+LOG=${MSMTP_LOG:-~/log/msmtp.queue.log}
+test -d "$(dirname $LOG)" || mkdir -p "$(dirname $LOG)"
+
+JOURNAL=@journal@
## ======================================================================================
## msmtpq can use the following environment variables :
@@ -108,7 +110,7 @@ LOG=~/log/msmtp.queue.log
##
#EMAIL_CONN_NOTEST=y # deprecated ; use below var
#EMAIL_CONN_TEST={x| |p|P|n|s} # see settings above for EMAIL_CONN_TEST
-EMAIL_CONN_TEST=n
+EMAIL_CONN_TEST=@test@
#EMAIL_QUEUE_QUIET=t
## ======================================================================================
@@ -138,6 +140,7 @@ on_exit() { # unlock the queue on exit if the lock was
## display msg to user, as well
##
log() {
+ local NAME=msmtpq
local ARG RC PFX="$('date' +'%Y %d %b %H:%M:%S')"
# time stamp prefix - "2008 13 Mar 03:59:45 "
if [ "$1" = '-e' ] ; then # there's an error exit code
@@ -154,10 +157,19 @@ log() {
done
fi
+ if [ "$JOURNAL" == "y" ] ; then
+ for ARG ; do
+ [ -n "$ARG" ] && \
+ echo "$PFX : $ARG" | @systemdcat@ -t $NAME -p info
+ done
+ fi
+
if [ -n "$RC" ] ; then # an error ; leave w/error return
[ -n "$LKD" ] && lock_queue -u # unlock here (if locked)
[ -n "$LOG" ] && \
echo " exit code = $RC" >> "$LOG" # logging ok ; send exit code to log
+ [ "$JOURNAL" == "y" ] && \
+ echo "exit code= $RC" | @systemdcat@ -t $NAME -p emerg
exit $RC # exit w/return code
fi
}
@@ -207,10 +219,7 @@ connect_test() {
ping -qnc1 -w4 8.8.8.8 >/dev/null 2>&1 || return 1
elif [ "$EMAIL_CONN_TEST" = 'n' ] ; then # use netcat (nc) test
- # must, of course, have netcat (nc) installed
- which nc >/dev/null 2>&1 || \
- log -e 1 "msmtpq : can't find netcat executable [ nc ]" # if not found - complain ; quit
- 'nc' -vz www.debian.org 80 >/dev/null 2>&1 || return 1
+ @nc@ -vz www.debian.org 80 >/dev/null 2>&1 || return 1
elif [ "$EMAIL_CONN_TEST" = 's' ] ; then # use sh sockets test
# note that this does not work on debian systems