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* Copyright (C) 2009 The Android Open Source Project
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
* You may obtain a copy of the License at
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#include <stdio.h>
extern int applypatch(int argc, char** argv);
// This program applies binary patches to files in a way that is safe
// (the original file is not touched until we have the desired
// replacement for it) and idempotent (it's okay to run this program
// multiple times).
// - if the sha1 hash of <tgt-file> is <tgt-sha1>, does nothing and exits
// successfully.
// - otherwise, if the sha1 hash of <src-file> is <src-sha1>, applies the
// bsdiff <patch> to <src-file> to produce a new file (the type of patch
// is automatically detected from the file header). If that new
// file has sha1 hash <tgt-sha1>, moves it to replace <tgt-file>, and
// exits successfully. Note that if <src-file> and <tgt-file> are
// not the same, <src-file> is NOT deleted on success. <tgt-file>
// may be the string "-" to mean "the same as src-file".
// - otherwise, or if any error is encountered, exits with non-zero
// status.
// <src-file> (or <file> in check mode) may refer to an MTD partition
// to read the source data. See the comments for the
// LoadMTDContents() function above for the format of such a filename.
int main(int argc, char** argv) {
int result = applypatch(argc, argv);
if (result == 2) {
"usage: %s <src-file> <tgt-file> <tgt-sha1> <tgt-size> "
"[<src-sha1>:<patch> ...]\n"
" or %s -c <file> [<sha1> ...]\n"
" or %s -s <bytes>\n"
" or %s -l\n"
"Filenames may be of the form\n"
" MTD:<partition>:<len_1>:<sha1_1>:<len_2>:<sha1_2>:...\n"
"to specify reading from or writing to an MTD partition.\n\n",
argv[0], argv[0], argv[0], argv[0]);
return result;