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require license to be agreed before starting hanayo

Morgan Bazalgette 10 months ago
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Signed by: Morgan Bazalgette <the@howl.moe> GPG Key ID: 40D328300D245DA5

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 [[projects]]
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   branch = "master"
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+  name = "zxq.co/ripple/agplwarning"
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+  packages = ["."]
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+  revision = "d3a3d0ee424fcb0bd09a651354c1735285f59f8c"
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+
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+[[projects]]
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+  branch = "master"
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   name = "zxq.co/ripple/go-discord-oauth"
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   packages = ["."]
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   revision = "348e08feccb5ae7c1ea3b237769aeb757e393e0c"
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 [solve-meta]
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   analyzer-name = "dep"
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   analyzer-version = 1
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-  inputs-digest = "31db444f279aef8d091c6b566e3a30ceeaa56213ccf6928523f68174bddb8393"
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+  inputs-digest = "29d578563c9e60434e4a6bcf45adedfc296541960866919aa0029cb849a7111f"
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   solver-name = "gps-cdcl"
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   solver-version = 1

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 [[constraint]]
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   branch = "master"
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   name = "zxq.co/x/rs"
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+
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+[[constraint]]
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+  branch = "master"
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+  name = "zxq.co/ripple/agplwarning"

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 	"github.com/thehowl/qsql"
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 	"gopkg.in/mailgun/mailgun-go.v1"
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 	"gopkg.in/redis.v5"
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+	"zxq.co/ripple/agplwarning"
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 	"zxq.co/ripple/hanayo/modules/btcaddress"
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 	"zxq.co/ripple/hanayo/modules/btcconversions"
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 	"zxq.co/ripple/hanayo/routers/oauth"
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 )
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 func main() {
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+	err := agplwarning.Warn("ripple", "Hanayo")
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+	if err != nil {
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+		fmt.Println(err)
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+	}
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+
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 	fmt.Println("hanayo " + version)
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-	err := conf.Load(&config, "hanayo.conf")
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+	err = conf.Load(&config, "hanayo.conf")
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 	switch err {
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 	case nil:
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 		// carry on

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+# agplwarning
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+
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+Show a warning in your Go programs regarding the use of AGPL software.
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+
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+[![asciicast](https://asciinema.org/a/rUolzFDQebbWMPcaSgRQRTBEC.png)](https://asciinema.org/a/rUolzFDQebbWMPcaSgRQRTBEC)

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+package agplwarning
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+
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+import (
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+	"bufio"
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+	"fmt"
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+	"os"
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+	"os/user"
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+	"strings"
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+)
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+
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+var pages = [...]string{
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+	`This is a friendly reminder that the GNU AGPL adds an additional clause to
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+the standard GNU GPL, which is that you MUST distribute the source code for the
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+software once you publish it on the web.
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+    This is not to be considered professional legal advice. For further
16
+information, refer to the LICENSE file which contains the whole license, or ask
17
+your lawyer. If you did not receive a copy of the LICENSE file with this
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+software, you can refer to the online version:
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+    https://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.html`,
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+	`In order to comply with the license, should you have made any modification
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+to the original copy of the software, which should contain a link to the
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+source code, however minor it is, you are under the legal obligation to provide
23
+the source code once you publish the software on the Web.
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+    Another obligation is that of stating your changes. This is usually done by
25
+cloning the original git repository of the project and stating your changes
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+through the creation of commits, which allow us to determine when a specific
27
+change was done.`,
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+	`Furthermore, all the original clauses of the GNU General Public License
29
+are kept intact, which means you have the obligation to
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+    * Keep the AGPL License, without possibility of sublicensing the software
31
+      or making it available under any other more liberal license.
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+    * Keep the copyright notice of the original authors
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+    Failure to do so will result in a request to follow the License, and
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+repeated violation of the license could result in a legal fight.`,
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+	`For more information on the FSF and software freedom, refer to:
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+    * What is free software? https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html
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+    * Free Software Is Even More Important Now
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+      https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-software-even-more-important.html
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+    * The GNU operating system https://www.gnu.org
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+    * The Free Software Foundation https://www.fsf.org
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+    Thank you for reading this and following our license terms.`,
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+}
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+
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+// Warn shows a warning about the GNU Affero General Public License the first
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+// time the software is run. The state is saved in
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+// ~/.config/[namespace]_license_agreed.
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+func Warn(namespace, projectName string) error {
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+	usr, err := user.Current()
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+	if err != nil {
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+		return fmt.Errorf("initialization of agplwarning failed: %v", err)
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+	}
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+	if err := os.MkdirAll(usr.HomeDir+"/.config", 0755); err != nil {
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+		return fmt.Errorf("can't create config dir: %v", err)
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+	}
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+	agreedFilename := usr.HomeDir + "/.config/" + namespace + "_license_agreed"
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+	if _, err := os.Stat(agreedFilename); !os.IsNotExist(err) {
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+		return err
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+	}
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+	reader := bufio.NewReader(os.Stdin)
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+	// file does not exist. Show warning.
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+	fmt.Printf("    %s, and most/all software related to %s,\n"+
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+		"is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License.\n\n", projectName, namespace)
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+	for _, page := range pages {
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+		fmt.Println("    " + page)
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+		fmt.Println("\nPress Enter to continue")
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+		_, err := reader.ReadString('\n')
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+		if err != nil {
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+			return err
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+		}
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+	}
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+	fmt.Println("Please write 'I agree' to accept the terms of the license.")
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+	res, err := reader.ReadString('\n')
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+	if err != nil || !strings.Contains(strings.ToLower(res), "i agree") {
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+		fmt.Println("License not agreed. Quitting.")
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+		os.Exit(1)
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+	}
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+	f, err := os.Create(agreedFilename)
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+	if err != nil {
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+		return fmt.Errorf("couldn't save read status: %v", err)
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+	}
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+	return f.Close()
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+}

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+package main
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+
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+import (
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+	"fmt"
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+
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+	"zxq.co/ripple/agplwarning"
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+)
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+
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+func main() {
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+	err := agplwarning.Warn("agplwarning", "AGPLWarning")
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+	if err != nil {
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+		fmt.Println(err)
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+	}
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+	fmt.Println("License agreed")
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+}

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