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#!/bin/bash
#
# apt-fast v1.9.11
# Use this just like aptitude or apt-get for faster package downloading.
#
# Copyright: 2008-2012 Matt Parnell, http://www.mattparnell.com
# Improvements, maintenance, revisions - 2012, 2017-2019 Dominique Lasserre
#
# You may distribute this file under the terms of the GNU General
# Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
# version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
#
[ -n "$DEBUG" ] && set -xv

# Print colored messages.
# Usage: msg "message text" "message type" "optional: err"
# Message types are 'normal', 'hint' or 'warning'. Warnings and messages with a
# third argument are piped to stderr.
msg(){
  msg_options=()
  case "$2" in
    normal) beginColor="$cGreen";;
    hint) beginColor="$cBlue";;
    warning) beginColor="$cRed";;
    question) beginColor="$cRed"; msg_options=(-n);;
    *) beginColor= ;;
  esac

  if [ -z "$3" ] && [ "$2" != "warning" ]; then
    echo -e "${msg_options[@]}" "${aptfast_prefix}${beginColor}$1${endColor}"
  else
    echo -e "${msg_options[@]}" "${aptfast_prefix}${beginColor}$1${endColor}" >&2
  fi
}

# Search for known options and decide if root privileges are needed.
root=1  # default value: we need root privileges
option=
for argument in "$@"; do
  case "$argument" in
    upgrade | full-upgrade | install | dist-upgrade | build-dep)
      option="install"
      ;;
    clean | autoclean)
      option="clean"
      ;;
    download)
      option="download"
      root=0
      ;;
    source)
      option="source"
      root=0
      ;;
    changelog | show)
      root=0
      ;;
  esac
done

# To handle priority of options correctly (environment over config file vars)
# we need to preserve all interesting env variables. As this wouldn't be
# difficult enough we have to preserve complete env vars (especially if value
# ist set (even empty) or not) when changing context (sudo)...
# Set a 'random' string to all unset variables.
TMP_RANDOM="13979853562951413"
TMP_LCK_FILE="${LCK_FILE-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_DOWNLOADBEFORE="${DOWNLOADBEFORE-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP__APTMGR="${_APTMGR-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_APTCACHE="${APTCACHE-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_DLDIR="${DLDIR-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_DLLIST="${DLLIST-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_LISTDIR="${LISTDIR-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP__MAXNUM="${MAXNUM-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP__MAXCONPERSRV="${MAXCONPERSRV-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP__SPLITCON="${SPLITCON-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP__MINSPLITSZ=${MINSPLITSZ-${TMP_RANDOM}}
TMP__PIECEALGO=${PIECEALGO-${TMP_RANDOM}}
TMP_aptfast_prefix="${aptfast_prefix-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_APT_FAST_TIMEOUT="${APT_FAST_TIMEOUT-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_VERBOSE_OUTPUT="${VERBOSE_OUTPUT-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_ftp_proxy="${ftp_proxy-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_http_proxy="${http_proxy-${TMP_RANDOM}}"
TMP_https_proxy="${https_proxy-${TMP_RANDOM}}"

# Check for proper privileges.
# Call explicitly with environment variables to get them into root conext.
if [ "$root" = 1 ] && [ "$UID" != 0 ]; then
  exec sudo DEBUG="$DEBUG" \
            LCK_FILE="$TMP_LCK_FILE" \
            DOWNLOADBEFORE="$TMP_DOWNLOADBEFORE" \
            _APTMGR="$TMP__APTMGR" \
            APTCACHE="$TMP_APTCACHE" \
            DLDIR="$TMP_DLDIR" \
            DLLIST="$TMP_DLLIST" \
            LISTDIR="$TMP_LISTDIR" \
            _MAXNUM="$TMP__MAXNUM" \
            _MAXCONPERSRV="$TMP__MAXCONPERSRV" \
            _SPLITCON="$TMP__SPLITCON" \
            _MINSPLITSZ="$TMP__MINSPLITSZ" \
            _PIECEALGO="$TMP__PIECEALGO" \
            aptfast_prefix="$TMP_aptfast_prefix" \
            APT_FAST_TIMEOUT="$TMP_APT_FAST_TIMEOUT" \
            VERBOSE_OUTPUT="$TMP_VERBOSE_OUTPUT" \
            ftp_proxy="$TMP_ftp_proxy" \
            http_proxy="$TMP_http_proxy" \
            https_proxy="$TMP_https_proxy" \
            "$0" "$@"
fi

# Define lockfile.
# Use /tmp as directory because everybody (not only root) has to have write
# permissions.
# We need lock for non-root commands too, because we only have one download
# list file.
LCK_FILE="/tmp/apt-fast"
LCK_FD=99

# Set default package manager, APT cache, temporary download dir,
# temporary download list file, and maximal parallel downloads
_APTMGR='apt-get'
eval "$(apt-config shell APTCACHE Dir::Cache::archives/d)"
# Check if APT config option Dir::Cache::archives::apt-fast-partial is set.
eval "$(apt-config shell apt_fast_partial Dir::Cache::archives::apt-fast-partial/d)"
if [ -z "$apt_fast_partial" ]; then
  DLDIR="$(realpath "${APTCACHE}/../apt-fast")"
else
  DLDIR="${apt_fast_partial}"
fi
# Currently not needed.
eval "$(apt-config shell LISTDIR Dir::State::lists/d)"
DLLIST="/tmp/apt-fast.list"
_MAXNUM=5
_MAXCONPERSRV=10
_SPLITCON=8
_MINSPLITSZ="1M"
_PIECEALGO="default"

# Prefix in front of apt-fast output:
aptfast_prefix=
# aptfast_prefix="$(date '+%b %_d %T.%N') apt-fast: "

# Set color variables.
cGreen='\e[0;32m'
cRed='\e[0;31m'
cBlue='\e[0;34m'
endColor='\e[0m'

# Set timout value for apt-fast download confirmation dialog.
# Value is in seconds.
APT_FAST_TIMEOUT=60

# Ask for download confirmation if unset
DOWNLOADBEFORE=

# Formatted package list in download confirmation if unset
VERBOSE_OUTPUT=

# Download command.
_DOWNLOADER='aria2c --no-conf -c -j ${_MAXNUM} -x ${_MAXCONPERSRV} -s ${_SPLITCON} -i ${DLLIST} --min-split-size=${_MINSPLITSZ} --stream-piece-selector=${_PIECEALGO} --connect-timeout=600 --timeout=600 -m0 --header "Accept: */*"'

# Load config file.
for Prefix in /usr/local/etc /etc; do
    CONFFILE=${Prefix}/apt-fast.conf
    if [ -e "$CONFFILE" ]; then
        source "$CONFFILE"
        break
    fi
done

# no proxy as default
ftp_proxy=
http_proxy=
https_proxy=

# Now overwrite with preserved values if values were set before (compare with
# 'random' string).
[ "$TMP_LCK_FILE" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || LCK_FILE="$TMP_LCK_FILE"
[ "$TMP_DOWNLOADBEFORE" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || DOWNLOADBEFORE="$TMP_DOWNLOADBEFORE"
[ "$TMP__APTMGR" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || _APTMGR="$TMP__APTMGR"
[ "$TMP_APTCACHE" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || APTCACHE="$TMP_APTCACHE"
[ "$TMP_DLDIR" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || DLDIR="$TMP_DLDIR"
[ "$TMP_DLLIST" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || DLLIST="$TMP_DLLIST"
[ "$TMP_LISTDIR" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || LISTDIR="$TMP_LISTDIR"
[ "$TMP__MAXNUM" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || _MAXNUM="$TMP__MAXNUM"
[ "$TMP__MAXCONPERSRV" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || _MAXCONPERSRV="$TMP__MAXCONPERSRV"
[ "$TMP__SPLITCON" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || _SPLITCON="$TMP__SPLITCON"
[ "$TMP__MINSPLITSZ" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || _MINSPLITSZ="$TMP__MINSPLITSZ"
[ "$TMP__PIECEALGO" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || _PIECEALGO="$TMP__PIECEALGO"
[ "$TMP_aptfast_prefix" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || aptfast_prefix="$TMP_aptfast_prefix"
[ "$TMP_APT_FAST_TIMEOUT" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || APT_FAST_TIMEOUT="$TMP_APT_FAST_TIMEOUT"
[ "$TMP_VERBOSE_OUTPUT" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || VERBOSE_OUTPUT="$TMP_VERBOSE_OUTPUT"
[ "$TMP_ftp_proxy" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || ftp_proxy="$TMP_ftp_proxy"
[ "$TMP_http_proxy" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || http_proxy="$TMP_http_proxy"
[ "$TMP_https_proxy" = "$TMP_RANDOM" ] || https_proxy="$TMP_https_proxy"


# Disable colors if not executed in terminal.
if [ ! -t 1 ]; then
  cGreen=
  cRed=
  cBlue=
  endColor=
  #FIXME: Time not updated.
  [ -z "$aptfast_prefix" ] && aptfast_prefix="[apt-fast $(date +"%T")]"
fi


msg_already_running()
{
  msg "apt-fast already running!" "warning"
  msg "Verify that all apt-fast processes are finished then remove $LCK_FILE.lock and try again." "hint"
}

# Check if a lock file exists.
if [ -f "$LCK_FILE.lock" ]; then
  msg_already_running
  exit 1
fi


# create the lock file and lock it, die on failure
_create_lock()
{
    eval "exec $LCK_FD>\"$LCK_FILE.lock\""
    flock -n $LCK_FD || { msg_already_running; exit 1; }

    trap "cleanup_aptfast; exit_cleanup_state" EXIT
    trap "cleanup_aptfast; exit 1" INT TERM
}

# unlock and remove the lock file
_remove_lock()
{
    flock -u "$LCK_FD" 2>/dev/null
    rm -f "$LCK_FILE.lock"
}

# Move download file away so missing permissions won't stop usage.
CLEANUP_STATE=0
cleanup_dllist()
{
  if [ -f "$DLLIST" ]
  then
    if ! mv -- "$DLLIST{,.old}" 2>/dev/null
    then
      if ! rm -f -- "$DLLIST" 2>/dev/null
      then
        msg "Could not clean up download list file." "warning"
        CLEANUP_STATE=1
      fi
    fi
  fi
}

cleanup_aptfast()
{
  local last_exit_code=$?
  [ "$CLEANUP_STATE" -eq 0 ] && CLEANUP_STATE=$last_exit_code
  cleanup_dllist
  _remove_lock
}

exit_cleanup_state()
{
  exit $CLEANUP_STATE
}

# decode url string
# translates %xx but must not convert '+' in spaces
urldecode()
{
    printf '%b' "${1//%/\\x}"
}

# Check if mirrors are available. And if so add all mirrors to download list.
get_mirrors(){
  # Check all mirror lists.
  for mirrorstr in "${MIRRORS[@]}"; do
    # Build mirrors array from comma separated string.
    IFS=", " read -r -a mirrors <<< "$mirrorstr"
    # Check for all mirrors if URI of $1 is from mirror. If so add all other
    # mirrors to (resmirror) list and break all loops.
    for mirror in "${mirrors[@]}"; do
      # Real expension.
      if [[ "$1" == "$mirror"* ]]; then
        filepath=${1#${mirror}}
        # Build list for aria download list.
        list="${mirrors[*]}"
        echo -e "${list// /${filepath}\\t}$filepath\n"
        return 0
      fi
    done
  done
  # No other mirrors found.
  echo "$1"
}

# Globals to save package name, version, size and overall size.
DOWNLOAD_DISPLAY=
DOWNLOAD_SIZE=0
# Get the package URLs.
get_uris(){
  if [ ! -d "$(dirname "$DLLIST")" ]
  then
    if ! mkdir -p -- "$(dirname "$DLLIST")"
    then
      msg "Could not create download file directory." "warning"
      CLEANUP_STATE=1
      exit
    fi
  elif [ -f "$DLLIST" ]; then
    if ! rm -f -- "$DLLIST" 2>/dev/null && ! touch -- "$DLLIST" 2>/dev/null
    then
      msg "Unable to write to download file. Try restarting with root permissions or run 'apt-fast clean' first." "warning"
      CLEANUP_STATE=1
      exit
    fi
  fi

  # Add header to overwrite file.
  echo "# apt-fast mirror list: $(date)" > "$DLLIST"
  # NOTE: "aptitude" doesn't have this functionality
  # so we use "${_APTMGR}" to get package URI's
  case "$(basename "${_APTMGR}")" in
    'apt'|'apt-get') uri_mgr="${_APTMGR}";;
    *) uri_mgr='apt-get';;
  esac
  uris_full="$("$uri_mgr" "${APT_SCRIPT_WARNING[@]}" -y --print-uris "$@")"
  CLEANUP_STATE="$?"
  if [ "$CLEANUP_STATE" -ne 0 ]
  then
    msg "Package manager quit with exit code." "warning"
    exit
  fi
  while read -r pkg_uri_info
  do
    [ -z "$pkg_uri_info" ] && continue
    ## --print-uris format is:
    # 'fileurl' filename filesize checksum_hint:filechecksum
    uri="$(echo "$pkg_uri_info" | cut -d' ' -f1 | tr -d "'")"
    filename="$(echo "$pkg_uri_info" | cut -d' ' -f2)"
    filesize="$(echo "$pkg_uri_info" | cut -d' ' -f3)"
    checksum_string="$(echo "$pkg_uri_info" | cut -d' ' -f4)"
    hash_algo="$(echo "$checksum_string" | cut -d':' -f1)"
    checksum="$(echo "$checksum_string" | cut -d':' -f2)"

    filename_decoded="$(urldecode "$filename")"
    DOWNLOAD_DISPLAY="${DOWNLOAD_DISPLAY}$(echo "$filename_decoded" | cut -d'_' -f1)"
    DOWNLOAD_DISPLAY="${DOWNLOAD_DISPLAY} $(echo "$filename_decoded" | cut -d'_' -f2)"
    DOWNLOAD_DISPLAY="${DOWNLOAD_DISPLAY} $(echo "$filesize" | numfmt --to=iec-i --suffix=B)\n"
    DOWNLOAD_SIZE=$((DOWNLOAD_SIZE + filesize))

    ## whole uri comes encoded (urlencoded). Filename must NOT be decoded because
    # plain aptitude do not decode it when download and install it. Therefore, we
    # will have ugly named packages at /var/cache/apt/archives but is the standard
    # behavior.
    # But package version must be decoded, otherways package=version calls will
    # not work.

    if [ -n "$HASH_SUPPORTED" ]; then
      case "$hash_algo" in
        SHA512) [ -z "$SHA512_SUPPORTED" ] && hash_algo= || hash_algo=sha-512 ;;
        SHA256) [ -z "$SHA256_SUPPORTED" ] && hash_algo= || hash_algo=sha-256 ;;
        SHA1)   [ -z "$SHA1_SUPPORTED" ]   && hash_algo= || hash_algo=sha-1 ;;
        MD5Sum) [ -z "$MD5sum_SUPPORTED" ] && hash_algo= || hash_algo=md5 ;;
        *) hash_algo=
      esac

      # Using apt-cache show package=version to ensure recover single and
      # correct package version.
      # Warning: assuming that package naming uses '_' as field separator.
      # Therefore, this code expects package-name_version_arch.deb Otherways
      # below code will fail resoundingly
      if [ -z "$hash_algo" ]; then
        pkg_name="$(echo "$filename" | cut -d'_' -f1)"
        pkg_version="$(echo "$filename" | cut -d'_' -f2)"
        pkg_version="$(urldecode "$pkg_version")"
        package_info="$(apt-cache show "$pkg_name=$pkg_version")"

        patch_checksum=
        if [ -n "$SHA512_SUPPORTED" ]; then
          patch_checksum="$(echo "$package_info" | grep SHA512 | head -n 1)"
          [ -n "$patch_checksum" ] && hash_algo="sha-512"
        fi
        if [ -z "$patch_checksum" ] && [ -n "$SHA256_SUPPORTED" ]; then
          patch_checksum="$(echo "$package_info" | grep SHA256 | head -n 1)"
          [ -n "$patch_checksum" ] && hash_algo="sha-256"
        fi
        if [ -z "$patch_checksum" ] && [ -n "$SHA1_SUPPORTED" ]; then
          patch_checksum="$(echo "$package_info" | grep SHA1 | head -n 1)"
          [ -n "$patch_checksum" ] && hash_algo="sha-1"
        fi
        if [ -z "$patch_checksum" ] && [ -n "$MD5sum_SUPPORTED" ]; then
          patch_checksum="$(echo "$package_info" | grep MD5sum | head -n 1)"
          [ -n "$patch_checksum" ] && hash_algo="md5"
        fi

        if [ -n "$patch_checksum" ]; then
          checksum="$(echo "$patch_checksum" | cut -d' ' -f2)"
        else
          msg "Couldn't get supported checksum for $pkg_name ($pkg_version)." "warning"
          REMOVE_WORKING_MESSAGE=
        fi
      fi
    else
      hash_algo=
    fi

    {
      get_mirrors "$uri"
      #echo " dir=$DLDIR"
      if [ -n "$hash_algo" ]; then
        echo " checksum=$hash_algo=$checksum"
      fi
      echo " out=$filename"
    } >> "$DLLIST"
  done <<<"$(echo "$uris_full" | grep -E "^'(http(s|)|(s|)ftp)://")"

  #cat "$DLLIST"
  #LCK_RM
  #exit
}

display_downloadfile(){
  if [ -n "$VERBOSE_OUTPUT" ]; then
    cat "$DLLIST"
  else
    DISPLAY_SORT_OPTIONS=(-k 1,1)
    # Sort output after package download size (decreasing):
    #DISPLAY_SORT_OPTIONS=(-k 3,3 -hr)
    while read -r line; do
        [ -z "$line" ] && continue
        pkg="$(echo "$line" | cut -d' ' -f1)"
        ver="$(echo "$line" | cut -d' ' -f2)"
        size="$(echo "$line" | cut -d' ' -f3)"
        printf '%s%-40s %-20s %10s\n' "$aptfast_prefix" "$pkg" "$ver" "$size"
    done <<<"$(echo -e "$DOWNLOAD_DISPLAY" | sort "${DISPLAY_SORT_OPTIONS[@]}")"
  fi
  msg "Download size: $(echo "$DOWNLOAD_SIZE" | numfmt --to=iec-i --suffix=B)" "normal"
}

# Create and insert a PID number to lockfile.
_create_lock

# Make sure aria2c (in general first parameter from _DOWNLOADER) is available.
CMD="$(echo "$_DOWNLOADER" | sed 's/^\s*\([^ ]\+\).*$/\1/')"
if [ ! "$(command -v "$CMD")" ]; then
  msg "Command not found: $CMD" "normal" "err"
  msg "You must configure $CONFFILE to use aria2c or another supported download manager" "normal" "err"
  CLEANUP_STATE=1
  exit
fi

# Make sure package manager is available.
if [ ! "$(command -v "$_APTMGR")" ]; then
  msg "\`$_APTMGR\` command not available." "warning"
  msg "You must configure $CONFFILE to use either apt-get or aptitude." "normal" "err"
  CLEANUP_STATE=1
  exit
fi

# Disable script warning if apt is used.
APT_SCRIPT_WARNING=()
if [ "$(basename "${_APTMGR}")" == 'apt' ]; then
    APT_SCRIPT_WARNING=(-o "Apt::Cmd::Disable-Script-Warning=true")
fi

# Set supported hash algorithms by aria2c (and also by Debian repository).
SHA512_SUPPORTED=
SHA256_SUPPORTED=
SHA1_SUPPORTED=
MD5sum_SUPPORTED=
HASH_SUPPORTED=
if [ "$CMD" == "aria2c" ]; then
  for supported_hash in $(LC_ALL=C aria2c -v | sed '/^Hash Algorithms:/!d; s/\(^Hash Algorithms: \|,\)\+//g'); do
    case "$supported_hash" in
      sha-512) SHA512_SUPPORTED=y; HASH_SUPPORTED=y ;;
      sha-256) SHA256_SUPPORTED=y; HASH_SUPPORTED=y ;;
      sha-1)   SHA1_SUPPORTED=y;   HASH_SUPPORTED=y ;;
      md5)     MD5sum_SUPPORTED=y; HASH_SUPPORTED=y ;;
    esac
  done
  if [ -z "$HASH_SUPPORTED" ]; then
    msg "Couldn't find supported checksum algorithm from aria2c. Checksums disabled." "warning"
  fi
fi

# Check if "assume yes" switch is enabled and if yes enable $DOWNLOADBEFORE.
# Also check if "download only" switch is enabled.
#TODO: Get real value over APT items APT::Get::Assume-Yes and
#      APT::Get::Assume-No .
#      Respectively Aptitude::CmdLine::Download-Only and APT::Get::Download-Only.
DOWNLOAD_ONLY=
while true; do
  while getopts ":dy-:" optchar; do
    case "${optchar}" in
      -)
        case "${OPTARG}" in
          yes | assume-yes)  DOWNLOADBEFORE=true ;;
          assume-no)         DOWNLOADBEFORE=     ;;
          download-only)     DOWNLOAD_ONLY=true  ;;
        esac
        ;;
      y)
        DOWNLOADBEFORE=true
        ;;
      d)
        DOWNLOAD_ONLY=true
        ;;
    esac
  done
  ((OPTIND++))
  [ $OPTIND -gt $# ] && break
done

# Configure proxies. Use apt values over environment variables.
# Note: If proxy setting is not set, there is no apt-config output.
#       Therefore variable doesn't get overriden, which is intended.
# Export the variables to make them available in subshells (aka the
# downloader command).
eval "$(apt-config shell ftp_proxy Acquire::ftp::proxy)"
export ftp_proxy
eval "$(apt-config shell http_proxy Acquire::http::proxy)"
export http_proxy
eval "$(apt-config shell https_proxy Acquire::https::proxy)"
export https_proxy

# aria2 has no socks support (see https://github.com/aria2/aria2/issues/153)
if echo "$http_proxy" | grep -q "^socks5h://" || echo "$https_proxy" | grep -q "^socks5h://"; then
  msg "Socks proxy detected. Falling back to ${_APTMGR}" "hint"
  "${_APTMGR}" "${APT_SCRIPT_WARNING[@]}" "$@"
  exit
fi

# Run actions.
if [ "$option" == "install" ]; then
  msg
  msg "Working... this may take a while." "normal"
  REMOVE_WORKING_MESSAGE=y

  get_uris "$@"

  [ -t 1 ] && [ -n "$REMOVE_WORKING_MESSAGE" ] && tput cuu 1 && tput el && tput cuu 1
  # Test /tmp/apt-fast.list file exists and not just the apt-fast comment line.
  # Then download all files from the list.
  if [ -f "$DLLIST" ] && [ "$(wc -l "$DLLIST" | cut -d' ' -f1)" -gt 1 ] && [ ! "$DOWNLOADBEFORE" ]; then
    display_downloadfile
    msg
    msg "Do you want to download the packages? [Y/n] " "question"

    while ((!updsys)); do
      read -r -sn1 -t "$APT_FAST_TIMEOUT" answer || { msg; msg "Timed out." "warning"; CLEANUP_STATE=1; exit; }
      case "$answer" in
        [JjYy])    result=1; updsys=1 ;;
        [Nn])      result=0; updsys=1 ;;
        "")        result=1; updsys=1 ;;
        *)         updsys=0 ;;
      esac
    done
  else
    result=1
  fi

  if ((DOWNLOAD_SIZE)); then
    msg
    # Continue if answer was right or DOWNLOADBEFORE is enabled.
    if ((result)); then
      if [ -s "$DLLIST" ]; then
        # Test if apt-fast directory is present where we put packages.
        if [ ! -d "$DLDIR" ]; then
          mkdir -p -- "$DLDIR"
        fi

        cd "$DLDIR" &>/dev/null || { msg; msg "Not able to change into download directory." "warning"; CLEANUP_STATE=1; exit; }

        eval "${_DOWNLOADER}"  # execute downloadhelper command
        if [ "$(find "$DLDIR" -printf . | wc -c)" -gt 1 ]; then

          # Delete incomplete/corrupted downloaded files, if any: Not recursive, as we don't expect any dirs to exist within $DLDIR.

          # When Aria2c downloads a file and detects it is corrupted, its filename won't be renamed back to its actual name,
          # preserving .aria2 file extension, which also indicates when a file hasn't been completely downloaded.
          for x in *.aria2; do
            rm -f "$x" "${x%.aria2}"
          done

          # Move all packages to the apt install directory by force to ensure
          # already existing debs which may be incomplete are replaced
          find . -type f \( -name '*.deb' -o -name '*.ddeb' \) -execdir mv -ft "$APTCACHE" {} \+
        fi
        cd - &>/dev/null || msg "Failed to change back directory" "warning"
      fi
    else
      CLEANUP_STATE=1
      exit
    fi
  else
    [ -t 1 ] && tput el
  fi

  # different problem resolving for aptitude
  if [ -z "$DOWNLOAD_ONLY" ] || [ "$(basename "${_APTMGR}")" == 'aptitude' ]; then
    "${_APTMGR}" "${APT_SCRIPT_WARNING[@]}" "$@"
  fi


elif [ "$option" == "clean" ]; then
  "${_APTMGR}" "${APT_SCRIPT_WARNING[@]}" "$@" && {
    if [ -d "$DLDIR" ]; then
      find "$DLDIR" -maxdepth 1 -type f -delete
      CLEANUP_STATE="$?"
      [ -f "$DLLIST" ] && rm -f -- "$DLLIST"* || true
    fi
  }

elif [ "$option" == "download" ]; then
  msg
  msg "Working... this may take a while." "normal"
  REMOVE_WORKING_MESSAGE=y

  get_uris "$@"

  [ -t 1 ] && [ -n "$REMOVE_WORKING_MESSAGE" ] && tput cuu 1 && tput el && tput cuu 1

  if [ -f "$DLLIST" ] && [ "$(wc -l "$DLLIST" | cut -d' ' -f1)" -gt 1 ]; then
    display_downloadfile
    eval "${_DOWNLOADER}"
  fi

  # different problem resolving for aptitude
  if [ "$(basename "${_APTMGR}")" == 'aptitude' ]; then
    "${_APTMGR}" "$@"
  fi

elif [ "$option" == "source" ]; then
  msg
  msg "Working... this may take a while." "normal"
  REMOVE_WORKING_MESSAGE=y

  get_uris "$@"

  [ -t 1 ] && [ -n "$REMOVE_WORKING_MESSAGE" ] && tput cuu 1 && tput el && tput cuu 1

  if [ -f "$DLLIST" ] && [ "$(wc -l "$DLLIST" | cut -d' ' -f1)" -gt 1 ]; then
    display_downloadfile
    eval "${_DOWNLOADER}"
  fi
  # We use APT manager here to provide more verbose output. This method is
  # slightly slower then extractiong packages manually after download but also
  # more hardened (e.g. some options like --compile are available).
  "${_APTMGR}" "${APT_SCRIPT_WARNING[@]}" "$@"
  # Uncomment following snippet to extract source directly and comment
  # both lines before.
  #while read srcfile; do
  #  # extract only .dsc files
  #  echo "$srcfile" | grep -q '\.dsc$' || continue
  #  dpkg-source -x "$(basename "$srcfile")"
  #done < "$DLLIST"

# Execute package manager directly if unknown options are passed.
else
  "${_APTMGR}" "${APT_SCRIPT_WARNING[@]}" "$@"
fi

# After error or all done remove our lockfile (done with EXIT trap)