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#!/bin/bash
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#
#   tcar - The CentOS Artwork Repository automation tool.
#   Copyright © 2014 The CentOS Artwork SIG
#
#   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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#
#   This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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#
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#
#   Alain Reguera Delgado <al@centos.org.cu>
#   39 Street No. 4426 Cienfuegos, Cuba.
#
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# Prepare non-option arguments passed through the command-line for
# further processing.  When the argument provided is not an absolute
# path this function transforms it into an absolute path using the
# current working directory.
function tcar_checkWorkDirSource {

    local LOCATION=${1}

    # Append the current working directory when the location provided
    # isn't absolute.
    if [[ ! ${LOCATION} =~ '^/' ]];then
        LOCATION=${PWD}/${LOCATION}
    fi

    # Remove both consecutive slashes and trailing slashes from final
    # location. Remove dot-slash, as well.
    echo "${LOCATION}" | sed -r -e 's,/+,/,g' -e 's,/+$,,g' -e 's,\./,,g'

    # The single slash form doesn't point to repository's root
    # directory anymore. Instead, when a single slash is passed
    # as argument through the command-line, it preserves its regular
    # meaning which is pointing the workstation's file system.

    # The path verification isn't appropriate here because this
    # function is commonly used inside variable assignments and flow
    # control doesn't take place in such situation. In case path
    # verification fails here, the script wouldn't end its execution
    # which contradicts the expected behaviour.

}