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[yast-devel] Time for cleanup... [now]
  • From: Lukas Ocilka <lukas.ocilka@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2007 09:48:40 +0100
  • Message-id: <472ED8E8.4080701@xxxxxxx>
Hi,

It's just a time for digging our skeletons out of the code! I've done a
simple `grep` for 'hacks' and 'ugliness' in our code. File is attached.
Please, try to remove hacks if possible and next time, try to even avoid
implementing 'hacks' ;) (because I'd find them again) ;)

I have to admit that my `simple grep` for these skeletons is not 100%
correct, not even 90%, there are several false-positive matches. Anyway,
it shows that there are several pieces of code that really need
rewriting for openSUSE 11.0.

Thanks & Bye
Lukas

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Lukas Ocilka, YaST Developer (xn--luk-gla45d)
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add-on/src/add-on-workflow.ycp: // FIXME: this function is ugly
add-on/src/add-on-workflow.ycp: // a little hack because of packager leaving
autoinstallation/doc/web/xsl/myxref.xsl:<!-- specify a type attribute for the
anchor. The dirty hack -->
autoinstallation/doc/misc/multiplesource-sa.dsl:;;Formal Paras are ugly by
default!
autoinstallation/doc/autoyast.dsl:;;Formal Paras are ugly by default!
backup/src/functions.ycp: // chack if partition is now mounted
backup/src/ui.ycp: // "Renaming", Cron settings, It seems to be a hack }8->
bootloader/src/modules/BootCommon.ycp: // testsuite hack
bootloader/src/modules/BootELILO.ycp: // FIXME: UGLY HACK because of
testsuites
bootloader/src/routines/misc.ycp:// UGHLY HACK because of testsuites
build-test/yast2-build-test.spec:- quick Beta hack: deleted macros from
BuildRequires and insert
control-center-gnome/etc/Makefile.am:# hacks
core/agent-ini/src/IniFile.h: * @param rewrite a #19066 hack - if rewriting
is active, .st accesses rewrite_by
core/agent-ini/src/IniFile.h: * @param rewrite a #19066 hack - if rewriting
is active, .st accesses rewrite_by
core/agents-non-y2/ag_hostnames: #hack: not quoting $2 enables scanning for
a particular version
core/agent-modules/src/ModulesConf.cc:/* Temporary hack, the whole parser
should be reworked */
core/libycp/src/YCPDebugger.cc: // discarded, thus this must be the last
check. Kind of ugly!
core/libycp/src/YBlock.cc: // HACK ahead: Y2ALLGLOBAL should make all
core/libycp/src/YCPBuiltinTerm.cc:// not static to get seen by l_select hack
core/libyui/doc/FAQs/why-widget-labels-above-and-not-at-the-left.txt:account by
every YCP hacker - everywhere, in each dialog.
core/libyui/doc/FAQs/notify-events.txt:how ui-ncurses behaves. It's up to the
YCP hackers to decide wheter
core/libyui/doc/FAQs/notify-events.txt:something is sufficient or not. And it's
up to the UI hackers to decide
core/libyui/doc/FAQs/notify-events.txt:in the next release. Come to an
agreement among the YCP hackers and make
core/libyui/doc/FAQs/notify-events.txt:> in the next release. Come to an
agreement among the YCP hackers and make
core/libyui/doc/html/index.html:to.</p><p><span class="i"><span
class="b">Note:</span> This dialog looks extremely ugly - don't try
core/libyui/doc/html/UI-Events.html: hackers or users is
pure coincidence and not intended. Ah yes, and
core/libyui/doc/html/examples/SelectionBox5.ycp:
"Minimalistic selbox (rather ugly): ",
core/libyui/doc/YCP-UI-layout.xml: <para><emphasis role="i"><emphasis
role="b">Note:</emphasis> This dialog looks extremely ugly - don't try
core/libyui/doc/YCP-UI-layout.html:<i><b>Note:</b> This dialog looks extremely
ugly - don't try this at home, kids</i>
core/libyui/doc/events/event-intro.html:present or past YaST2 hackers or users
is pure coincidence and not intended.
core/libyui/doc/events/event-intro.xml: hackers or users is
pure coincidence and not intended. Ah yes, and
core/libyui/doc/examples/SelectionBox5.ycp:
"Minimalistic selbox (rather ugly): ",
country/language/src/modules/Language.ycp: // FIXME ugly hack: see bug
#47711
devtools/yxp/yxp.y:/* hack because of foreach . TODO move it there */
devtools/ydoc/src/ydoc2: # UGLY
devtools/yast2/check_ycp/doc/html/check_ycp_html-check.html: paragraphs.
This just looks plain ugly, even more so if this results in
devtools/yast2/check_ycp/doc/html/check_ycp_emacs.html: If you are a real
hardcore YCP hacker, you can even go so far and change the
devtools/yast2/check_ycp/doc/check_ycp.sgml:paragraphs. This just looks plain
ugly, even more so if this results in
devtools/yast2/check_ycp/doc/check_ycp.sgml:If you are a real hardcore YCP
hacker, you can even go so far and change the
devtools/yast2/check_ycp/doc/check_ycp-contents.xml: paragraphs. This just
looks plain ugly, even more so if this results in
devtools/yast2/check_ycp/doc/check_ycp-contents.xml: If you are a real
hardcore YCP hacker, you can even go so far and change the
devtools/yast2/check_ycp/check_ycp: # Hack: let's not check a 'module "Foo"'
declaration, just uppercasing
devtools/ycpdoc/src/ycpdoc: # a hack to write a part of module index:
devtools/devtools/bin/y2autoconf:# "po" hacking: y2automake runs after us so
"po" may not have Makefile.am yet
devtools/devtools/bin/y2automake:# Build hack:
devtools/devtools/admin/copyright/gpl/COPYING: `Gnomovision' (which makes
passes at compilers) written by James Hacker.
dhcp-server/src/DhcpServer.pm: # FIXME temporary hack because of testsuite
dns-server/src/DnsZones.pm:# This function is a light hack fo NSUPDATE.
dns-server/src/DnsZones.pm:# This light hack is here because nsupdate needs at
least one NS record working for it's updates
dns-server/src/DnsFakeTabs.ycp:// Dirty hack for tabs in YCP until the widget
implementation is ready
firewall/src/dialogs.ycp: // hack function for disabling BackButon
firstboot/configure.in.in:## Nasty hack: xgettext doesn't work for XML files,
so let's symlink it
ftp-server/src/dialogs.ycp: * special hack widget where is handlig disable back
button
ftp-server/src/dialogs.ycp: * special hack widget where is handlig Start/Stop
button
gtk/src/ygtkcellrendererarrow.c: // a bit ugly, but let's use a cycle
here to avoid calling a function
gtk/src/YGPackageSelector.cc: // the plain list; hacky anyway
gtk/src/YGPackageSelector.cc: // select path, so the buttons get
updated and all (hacky)
gtk/src/ygtksteps.c: // ugly -- should use gtk_widget_queue_draw_area
(widget, x, y, w, h)
gtk/src/ygtksteps.h: TODO: the PangoLayout usage is getting a bit hacky. We
may want to
gtk/src/YGUtils.cc: // (if you think this is ugly, just wait for the Perl
version! :P)
gtk/TODO: We could hack this through if we had stock images support (may
depend
gtk/README: A code overview is given on the HACKING file.
gtk/configure.in:Hello hacker: please read the README carefully while this
builds.
gtk/test.sh:echo "Hackish script to run a ton of yast2-gtk test that we know"
gtk/HACKING: hackish. Attempts at abstracting this were successful, but not
gtk/configure.in.in:Hello hacker: please read the README carefully while this
builds.
gtk/integrate/yast2: # FIXME: why the hack was this done? full screening
something that
http-server/src/YaPI/HTTPDModules.pm: { option =>
"XBitHack", "context" => [ "Directory", "Server", "Virtual" ],
http-server/src/YaST/httpdUtils.pm: # this is a hack.
inetd/src/routines.ycp: // HACK:
inetd/src/dialogs.ycp: * BTW: This module should have been rewritten ages ago!
No more hacking, please.
installation/configure.in:#argh hack
installation/configure.in.in:## Nasty hack: xgettext doesn't work for XML
files, so let's symlink it
installation/configure.in.in:#argh hack
instserver/src/Instserver.ycp: // HACK: support sles8 too
ipsec/src/FreeSwanCerts.pm:# Quick and dirty hack to substitute some known
fields of issuer DN to so
kerberos-server/src/KerberosServer.pm: if (!SCR->Write
(".ldapserver.krb5ACLHack", "" ))
ldap/src/LdapServerAccess.pm:BEGIN {$TYPEINFO{AddSambaACLHack} = ["function",
ldap/src/LdapServerAccess.pm:sub AddSambaACLHack {
ldap/src/LdapServerAccess.pm: if (!SCR->Write (".ldapserver.sambaACLHack",
$dn)) {
ldap-client/src/Ldap.ycp: // this is a hack
ldap-client/src/Ldap.ycp: // this is a hack
ldap-server/src/ldap-server_proposal.ycp: /* XXX: hack to resolve
bug #44335:
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver:# - lots of those ugly direct data
accesses (like $section->{$opt_name}->[0]{dataref}{__internal}{filename} )
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: if( $path[0] eq 'sambaACLHack' ) {
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: summary => "DN missing in
sambaACLHack",
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: return $class->sambaACLHack( $dn );
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: if( $path[0] eq 'krb5ACLHack' ) {
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: #summary => "DN missing in
krb5ACLHack",
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: return $class->krb5ACLHack( $dn );
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: #FIXME: extremely ugly check to
determine if the database entry is the one from slapd.conf.default
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver:sub krb5ACLHack
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: y2debug("-> krb5ACLHack");
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: my $acl = "## Yast2 krb5 hack ACL\n";
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: $acl .= "## Yast2 krb5 hack ACL done\n";
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: # kick out old krb5 hack ACLs
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: next unless( $slapd[$i] =~ /^## Yast2
krb5 hack ACL/ );
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: } while( $slapd[++$i] !~ /^## Yast2
krb5 hack ACL done/ );
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver:sub sambaACLHack {
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: y2debug("-> sambaACLHack");
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: my $acl = "## Yast2 samba hack ACL\n";
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: $acl .= "## Yast2 samba hack ACL done\n";
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: # kick out old samba hack ACLs
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: next unless( $slapd[$i] =~ /^## Yast2
samba hack ACL/ );
ldap-server/agents/ag_ldapserver: } while( $slapd[++$i] !~ /^## Yast2
samba hack ACL done/ );
liby2util/src/.deps/digest_bin-Digest.Po: /usr/include/openssl/e_os2.h
/usr/include/openssl/symhacks.h \
liby2util/src/.deps/digest_bin-Digest.Po:/usr/include/openssl/symhacks.h:
liby2util/src/.deps/Digest.Plo: /usr/include/openssl/e_os2.h
/usr/include/openssl/symhacks.h \
liby2util/src/.deps/Digest.Plo:/usr/include/openssl/symhacks.h:
live-installer/src/live-installer.ycp: // FIXME hack because of bootloader -
libzypp does not contain product database
live-installer/configure.in.in:## Nasty hack: xgettext doesn't work for XML
files, so let's symlink it
mail/users-plugin/UsersPluginMail.pm: # UGLY: Access the
Namespace-Structure directly, as the access method lowercase the values
make.log:./../../src/inst_you.ycp: 50: Warning: Function Hack has no comment.
metapackage/COPYING: `Gnomovision' (which makes passes at compilers) written
by James Hacker.
ncurses/src/ncursesw.h:/* The (char*) cast is to hack around missing const's */
ncurses/src/ncursesw.h:/* The (wchar*_t) cast is to hack around missing const's
*/
network/src/dsl/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to CreateWidgets... ugly
network/src/lan/address.ycp: // The combo is a hack to allow changing
misdetected
network/src/modem/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to CreateWidgets... ugly
network/src/installation/inst_do_net_test.ycp: // ugly hack (see bug
#42177)
network/src/installation/network/dsl/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to
CreateWidgets... ugly
network/src/installation/network/lan/address.ycp: // The combo is a
hack to allow changing misdetected
network/src/installation/network/modem/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to
CreateWidgets... ugly
network/src/installation/network/provider/dialogs.ycp: * The SelectionBox
"----" divider hack
network/src/installation/network/provider/dialogs.ycp:define any
dividerHack(list provs, any prev) {
network/src/installation/network/provider/dialogs.ycp: provider =
dividerHack(provs, prev);
network/src/modules/Lan.ycp: // if(!Arch::s390 ()) /* FIXME: Temporary hack
until the detection is functional */
network/src/modules/network/dsl/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to
CreateWidgets... ugly
network/src/modules/network/lan/address.ycp: // The combo is a hack to
allow changing misdetected
network/src/modules/network/modem/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to
CreateWidgets... ugly
network/src/modules/network/installation/inst_do_net_test.ycp: // ugly
hack (see bug #42177)
network/src/modules/network/provider/dialogs.ycp: * The SelectionBox "----"
divider hack
network/src/modules/network/provider/dialogs.ycp:define any dividerHack(list
provs, any prev) {
network/src/modules/network/provider/dialogs.ycp: provider =
dividerHack(provs, prev);
network/src/routines/dsl/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to CreateWidgets...
ugly
network/src/routines/lan/address.ycp: // The combo is a hack to allow
changing misdetected
network/src/routines/modem/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to CreateWidgets...
ugly
network/src/routines/installation/inst_do_net_test.ycp: // ugly hack (see
bug #42177)
network/src/routines/provider/dialogs.ycp: * The SelectionBox "----" divider
hack
network/src/routines/provider/dialogs.ycp:define any dividerHack(list provs,
any prev) {
network/src/routines/provider/dialogs.ycp: provider =
dividerHack(provs, prev);
network/src/provider/dialogs.ycp: * The SelectionBox "----" divider hack
network/src/provider/dialogs.ycp:define any dividerHack(list provs, any prev) {
network/src/provider/dialogs.ycp: provider = dividerHack(provs, prev);
network/src/clients/network/dsl/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to
CreateWidgets... ugly
network/src/clients/network/lan/address.ycp: // The combo is a hack to
allow changing misdetected
network/src/clients/network/modem/dialogs.ycp: // 0 is index to
CreateWidgets... ugly
network/src/clients/network/installation/inst_do_net_test.ycp: // ugly
hack (see bug #42177)
network/src/clients/network/provider/dialogs.ycp: * The SelectionBox "----"
divider hack
network/src/clients/network/provider/dialogs.ycp:define any dividerHack(list
provs, any prev) {
network/src/clients/network/provider/dialogs.ycp: provider =
dividerHack(provs, prev);
nis-client/agents/ag_yp_conf: # a hack to make testing simple
nis-client/agents/ag_yp_conf: # a hack to make testing simple
ntp-client/src/misc.ycp:// FIXME this is quite ugly ... the whole checkinf if
something was changed
online-update/src/inst_you.ycp: // I have a feeling that we may need a lot
of hacks here
online-update/src/inst_you.ycp: boolean Hack (string what) {
online-update/src/inst_you.ycp: boolean hack = (SCR::Read (.target.size,
"/tmp/hack-" + what) != -1);
online-update/src/inst_you.ycp: if (hack)
online-update/src/inst_you.ycp: y2milestone ("HACK: %1", what);
online-update/src/inst_you.ycp: return hack;
online-update/src/inst_you.ycp: if (after_restart || Hack
("init-target-and-sources"))
online-update/src/inst_you.ycp: Hack ("ui"))
online-update/yast2-online-update.spec.in: # remove the.desktop from the
older unhacked package during update
packagemanager/src/inst/rpm/librpmDb.cv3.cc: /* HACK. Source RPM, so just do
things differently */
packagemanager/src/inst/InstSrc.cc:// DESCRIPTION : Hack for adrian to
enforce package
packagemanager/src/inst/InstSrc.cc: rememberPreviouslyDnlPackage( path_r );
// Hack not to keep more than one downloaded package
packagemanager/src/inst/InstSrc.cc:#warning Hack not to keep more than one
downloaded package
packagemanager/src/inst/InstSrcDataUL.cc: // slideshow via ftp/http hack
packagemanager/src/inst/InstSrcManager.cc:#warning be friendly to slideshow hack
packagemanager/src/y2pm/InstTarget.h: * Hack to let InstTarget lookup
required and conflicting file relations.
packagemanager/src/y2pm/RpmDb.h: * Hack to lookup required and conflicting
file relations.
packagemanager/src/y2pm/PMSolvable.h: * Hack to let InstTarget lookup
required and conflicting file relations.
packagemanager/src/PMManager_solver.cc:#warning hack for unknown file
dependencies
packager/src/clients/inst_kickoff.ycp: // hack 'pre-req' cyclic dependency
between bash, aaa_base, and perl
packager/src/clients/inst_kickoff.ycp: // hack 'pre-req' cyclic
dependency between bash, aaa_base, and perl
packager/configure.in.in:## Nasty hack: xgettext doesn't work for XML files, so
let's symlink it
pam/src/PamSettings.ycp: // FIXME temporary hack for backward compatibility
perl-bindings/doc/examples/Makefile.am.common:# this is a hacked up version of
the thing that is in newer devtools
perl-bindings/src/YCP.cc: // this is a hack before the builtin namespaces
get a uniform interface:
perl-bindings/src/YCP.cc: // maybe a special exceptional hack to make Path
for the 1st argument?
perl-bindings/src/YCP.pm: # HACK:
pkg-bindings/src/Source.cc:// hack: zypp/MediaProducts.h cannot be included in
PkgModuleFunctions.h
pkg-bindings/src/Source.cc: * (idempotence hack, broken design: #155459,
#176013, use SourceSaveAll).
printer/agent-ppd/src/PPDdb.cc: /* Add special vendors hacks */
printer/agent-ppd/src/PPDdb.cc: * Preprocess the strings, apply hacks and
update the db.
printer/agent-ppd/src/PPDdb.cc: /* special vendor/printer hacks */
product-creator/src/Kiwi.ycp: string cmd = sformat
("ZYPP_READONLY_HACK=1 kiwi --root %1 --prepare %2 --logfile terminal",
chroot_dir, config_dir);
product-creator/src/Kiwi.ycp: cmd = sformat
("ZYPP_READONLY_HACK=1 kiwi --create %1 -d %2 --logfile terminal", chroot_dir,
out_dir);
profile-manager/src/ProfileManager.ycp: if (position == "first") // hack:
missing newline
qt/src/pkg/YQPkgConflictDialog.cc: // Here comes a real nasty hack.
qt/src/pkg/YQPkgPatternList.h: * be set >0 and rootItemDecorated( true ),
but that would look very ugly
qt/src/YQUI_core.cc: // Ugly hack as a workaround of bug #121872 (Segfault
at program exit
qt/src/YQCheckBoxFrame.h: * This is a nasty hack, but it prevents
oversights from the Qt designers.
qt/src/YQCheckBoxFrame.cc: * This is a nasty hack. But it is necessary
because QGroupBox handles its
qt/src/YQMenuButton.cc: * the 100 delay is a ugly dirty workaround
registration/src/clients/inst_suse_register.ycp:chacl * -x
maptimeout,markkeys,maxwin,meta,monitor,msgminwait,msgwait,multiuser,nethack,next,nonblock
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/misc/wrong_library_path.html:never
heard of this library (have you been hacked?). Do you have it?
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/misc/wrong_library_path.html:&gt;
never heard of this library (have you been hacked?). Do you have it?
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repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/login/all_logins_fail.html:From: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&q=author:jdewitt%40broadcastzone.com+>jdewitt</a>
(<a
href=mailto:jdewitt%40broadcastzone.com>jdewitt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</a>)<br>Subject:
HACKED ? All logins fail <br>Newsgroups: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&group=comp.os.linux.misc>comp.os.linux.misc</a><br>Date:
2000-10-18 10:10:29 PST
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/login/all_logins_fail.html:From: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&q=author:d9910739%40mail.connect.usq.edu.au+>Michael
Westerman</a> (<a
href=mailto:d9910739%40mail.connect.usq.edu.au>d9910739@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</a>)<br>Subject:
Re: HACKED ? All logins fail <br>Newsgroups: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&group=comp.os.linux.misc>comp.os.linux.misc</a><br>Date:
2000-10-18 20:27:40 PST
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/login/all_logins_fail.html:From: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&q=author:ynotssor%40my-deja.com+>ynotssor@xxxxxxxxxxx</a>
(<a href=mailto:ynotssor%40my-deja.com>ynotssor@xxxxxxxxxxx</a>)<br>Subject:
Re: HACKED ? All logins fail <br>Newsgroups: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&group=comp.os.linux.misc>comp.os.linux.misc</a><br>Date:
2000-10-18 23:00:09 PST
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/login/all_logins_fail.html:Possibly
hacked; it sounds symptomatic of
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/login/all_logins_fail.html:From: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&q=author:avflinsch%40att.net+>aflinsch</a> (<a
href=mailto:avflinsch%40att.net>avflinsch@xxxxxxx</a>)<br>Subject: Re: HACKED ?
All logins fail <br>Newsgroups: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&group=comp.os.linux.misc>comp.os.linux.misc</a><br>Date:
2000-10-19 11:39:58 PST
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/login/all_logins_fail.html:From: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&q=author:gregab%40NOS.PAM-gbsoft.org+>Grega
Bremec</a> (<a
href=mailto:gregab%40NOS.PAM-gbsoft.org>gregab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</a>)<br>Subject:
Re: HACKED ? All logins fail <br>Newsgroups: <a
href=/groups?hl=de&lr=&safe=off&group=comp.os.linux.misc>comp.os.linux.misc</a><br>Date:
2000-10-19 13:43:03 PST
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/login/all_logins_fail.html:friends
with hacked versions that send all of the attempted passwords
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/hardware/power_supply_problem.html:I've
replaced this with a 1000uF, 16v from Radio Shack on both rev 1.0
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/hardware/cdrom_problem_2.html:From:
<a
href=/groups?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&q=author:thaal01%40cai.com+>Alan.J.Thackray</a>
(<a href=mailto:thaal01%40cai.com>thaal01@xxxxxxx</a>)<br>Subject: Re: CDROM
Problem <br>Newsgroups: <a
href=/groups?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&group=comp.os.linux.hardware>comp.os.linux.hardware</a><br>Date:
1999/02/24
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/kernel/modprobe_cant_locate_module.html:#
Kernel hacking
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/rescue_disk/password_repair_via_rescue2.html:<pre><font>Help....I
am running redhat 6.2 i386. I was hacked and my root password
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/rescue_disk/password_repair_via_rescue2.html:<font
color="#660066"> &gt;Help....I am running redhat 6.2 i386. I was hacked and
my root password
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/rescue_disk/password_repair_via_rescue2.html:<font
color="#007777">&gt; &gt;Help....I am running redhat 6.2 i386. I was hacked
and my root password
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/rescue_disk/password_repair_via_rescue2.html:<font
color="#990000">&gt; &gt; &gt;Help....I am running redhat 6.2 i386. I was
hacked and my root password
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/rescue_disk/password_repair_via_rescue2.html:<font
color="#000099">&gt; &gt; &gt; &gt;Help....I am running redhat 6.2 i386. I
was hacked and my root password
repair/doc/Research/Rescue/research/results/rescue_disk/password_repair_via_rescue2.html:<font
color="#990000">&gt; &gt; &gt;Help....I am running redhat 6.2 i386. I was
hacked and my root password
ruby-bindings/src/ruby/YCP.cc: // this is a hack before the builtin namespaces
get a uniform interface:
ruby-bindings/src/ruby/YCP.cc: // maybe a special exceptional hack to make
Path for the 1st argument?
ruby-bindings/src/ruby/YCP.rb: # HACK:
samba-server/src/SambaBackendLDAP.pm: $ret =
LdapServerAccess->AddSambaACLHack($admin_dn, 0);
samba-server/src/SambaBackendLDAP.pm: y2error("Samba ACL Hack failed");
scanner/src/Scanner.ycp: { // An ugly workaround for a strange problem
(Suse/Novell Bugzilla bug #75709):
schema/scripts/collect.sh: # HACK: avoid creating a separate desktop file
security/src/Security.ycp: /* Local permissions hack */
sound/data/src/gen_opt_list.ycp: // FIXME this is hack for one current
addon module... FIXME
sound/data/sndcards.ycp: "vaio_hack" : $[
sound/data/alsa-module-syntax:snd-nm256 vaio_hack
enable:(enable),allows:{{0,Disabled},{1,Enabled}},default:0,dialog:check
sound/sound/src/routines.ycp: * (oss is nasty hacked, because it's not
trivial to check this)
sound/sound/src/routines.ycp: define boolean nm256hack (string modname) ``{
sound/sound/src/routines.ycp: string warn_text =
Sound::STRINGS["nm256hackWarning"]:"";
sound/sound/src/routines.ycp: // ppc hack - use snd-aoa instead of
snd-powermac (#217300)
sound/sound/src/routines.ycp: * Hack for Thinkpad 600E notebook - it need
cs4236 module instead of cs4610
sound/sound/src/routines.ycp: define void Thinkpad600E_cs4236_hack (integer
card_id) ``{
sound/sound/src/write_routines.ycp: // this is a hack for snd-aoa
driver, additional modules are needed (#217300)
sound/sound/src/texts.ycp: "nm256hackWarning":
sound/sound/src/texts.ycp:snd_vaio_hack option value to 1 or by
sound/sound/src/card_wizard.ycp: Thinkpad600E_cs4236_hack (card_id);
sound/sound/src/wizards.ycp: boolean nm256out = nm256hack
(Sound::unconfigured_cards[0,"module"]:"");
storage/libstorage/bindings/ycp/LibStorage_wrap.cc:/* Note: SwigMagicFuncHack
is a typedef used to get the C++ compiler to just shut up already */
storage/libstorage/bindings/ycp/LibStorage_wrap.cc:typedef int
(CPerlObj::*SwigMagicFuncHack)(SV *, MAGIC *);
storage/libstorage/bindings/ycp/LibStorage_wrap.cc:typedef int
(*SwigMagicFuncHack)(SV *, MAGIC *);
storage/libstorage/bindings/ycp/LibStorage_wrap.cc:typedef int
(*SwigMagicFuncHack)(struct interpreter *, SV *, MAGIC *);
storage/libstorage/bindings/ycp/LibStorage_wrap.cc: mg->mg_virtual->svt_get =
(SwigMagicFuncHack) get;
storage/libstorage/bindings/ycp/LibStorage_wrap.cc: mg->mg_virtual->svt_set =
(SwigMagicFuncHack) set;
storage/libstorage/bindings/ycp/LibStorage_wrap.xml:
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PTR2IV(module));&#10;}&#10;&#10;#ifdef __cplusplus&#10;}&#10;#endif&#10;"
id="246" addr="fda04b30" />
storage/storage/src/inst_resize_ui.ycp: // Quick hack for now: define global
variables that are
storage/storage/src/inst_resize_ui.ycp: // End quick hack
sysconfig/src/parse_configs.pl: # hack for /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-*
files
tune/idedma/src/hwinfo/SystemSettings.ycp: * I have to admit that this is
very ugly but it is here
tune/idedma/src/hwinfo/routines.ycp: // haha, hack! we need to translate
the 'modules' entry into some more readable form...
tune/idedma/src/hwinfo/system_settings_dialogs.ycp:// FIXME: temporary hack -
disable serial console config
tune/idedma/src/hwinfo/system_settings_dialogs.ycp:// FIXME: temporary hack -
disable serial line configuration
tune/idedma/src/hwinfo/system_settings_ui.ycp: * I have to admit that this is
very ugly but it is here
tune/hwinfo/src/SystemSettings.ycp: * I have to admit that this is very
ugly but it is here
tune/hwinfo/src/routines.ycp: // haha, hack! we need to translate the
'modules' entry into some more readable form...
tune/hwinfo/src/system_settings_dialogs.ycp:// FIXME: temporary hack - disable
serial console config
tune/hwinfo/src/system_settings_dialogs.ycp:// FIXME: temporary hack - disable
serial line configuration
tune/hwinfo/src/system_settings_ui.ycp: * I have to admit that this is very
ugly but it is here
tv/src/Tv.ycp: // this is a hack for detected cards (see bug
#24132)
tv/src/ui.ycp: // hack for ncurses selection (first card is selected as a
default):
update/configure.in.in:## Nasty hack: xgettext doesn't work for XML files, so
let's symlink it
users/src/Users.pm:# this is hacked a bit; there probably could be a case when
more groups have
users/src/Users.pm: # hack: change of default group's gid
vm/configure.in.in:## Nasty hack: xgettext doesn't work for XML files, so let's
symlink it
y2pmsh/src/instsrc.cc:/** this is a hack since y2pm does not allow updating
sources. we remember the
yast2/scripts/yast2:# quick hack: treat gtk like qt
yast2/library/agents/ag_netd:# Testsuite hack:
yast2/library/agents/ag_netd: # A special hack - write known
services/protocols to fd3
yast2/library/network/src/SuSEFirewall.ycp: // "any" for all zones, this is
ugly
yast2/library/wizard/doc/Progress.html:<b>Q: Hey, it is ugly!</b><br>
yast2/library/wizard/doc/Progress.html:<b>Q: This progress bar is ugly and has
terrible API. I will use my
yxmlconv/src/statements.rb:# after <do>, either <block> or a statement follow.
Ugly.
yxmlconv/src/statements.rb:# And even <do> is optional. More ugly.
yxmlconv/src/statements.rb:# after <do>, either <block> or a statement follow.
Ugly.
yxmlconv/src/statements.rb:# after <do>, either <block> or a statement follow.
Ugly.
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