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Installer script for Jekyll 2 with Ruby 2.2 on ubuntu 14.04
#!/usr/bin/env python
import subprocess
import optparse
import platform
install = []
uninstall = ["sudo apt-get remove ruby* ruby*-dev rubygems"]
PLATFORM = platform.system()
ARCHITECTURE = platform.architecture()[0]
#-------------------------------------Running commands-----------------------------------------------
def run_commands(cmds):
Function which run all commands one by one.
for cmd in cmds:
try:, shell=True)
except Exception as e:
print e
#----------------------------------------Option parsing----------------------------------------------
def controller():
Function to control option parsing.
global install, VERBOSE
#Create instance of OptionParser Module, included in Standard Library
p = optparse.OptionParser(description='For installing jekyll',
version='install_jekyll 0.1',
usage= '%prog [option]')
p.add_option('--install','-i', action="store_true", help='install jekyll along with ruby.')
p.add_option('--uninstall','-u', action="store_true", help='uninstall jekyll along with ruby.')
p.add_option('--verbose', '-v',
action = 'store_true',
help='prints verbosely',
#Option Handling passes correct parameter to runBash
options, arguments = p.parse_args()
if options.verbose:
if options.install:
if PLATFORM == "Linux":
#----------------------------------------setting commands----------------------------
# install build dependencies
install.append("sudo apt-get install gcc g++ make software-properties-common python-software-properties")
#Adding repository
install.append("sudo add-apt-repository ppa:brightbox/ruby-ng")
#Installing ruby and its gems
install.append("sudo apt-get update")
install.append("sudo apt-get install ruby2.2 ruby2.2-dev")
#Installing jekyll
install.append("sudo gem install jekyll")
print "Wrong operating system detected."
value = run_commands(install)
elif options.uninstall:
value = run_commands(uninstall)
#Runs all the functions
def main():
#This idiom means the below code only runs when executed from command line
if __name__ == '__main__':
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