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npm_install.sh a sampe shell script
#!/bin/sh
# A word about this shell script:
#
# It must work everywhere, including on systems that lack
# a /bin/bash, map 'sh' to ksh, ksh97, bash, ash, or zsh,
# and potentially have either a posix shell or bourne
# shell living at /bin/sh.
#
# See this helpful document on writing portable shell scripts:
# http://www.gnu.org/s/hello/manual/autoconf/Portable-Shell.html
#
# The only shell it won't ever work on is cmd.exe.
if [ "x$0" = "xsh" ]; then
# run as curl | sh
# on some systems, you can just do cat>npm-install.sh
# which is a bit cuter. But on others, &1 is already closed,
# so catting to another script file won't do anything.
curl -s https://www.npmjs.org/install.sh > npm-install-$$.sh
sh npm-install-$$.sh
ret=$?
rm npm-install-$$.sh
exit $ret
fi
# See what "npm_config_*" things there are in the env,
# and make them permanent.
# If this fails, it's not such a big deal.
configures="`env | grep 'npm_config_' | sed -e 's|^npm_config_||g'`"
npm_config_loglevel="error"
if [ "x$npm_debug" = "x" ]; then
(exit 0)
else
echo "Running in debug mode."
echo "Note that this requires bash or zsh."
set -o xtrace
set -o pipefail
npm_config_loglevel="verbose"
fi
export npm_config_loglevel
# make sure that node exists
node=`which node 2>&1`
ret=$?
if [ $ret -eq 0 ] && [ -x "$node" ]; then
(exit 0)
else
echo "npm cannot be installed without nodejs." >&2
echo "Install node first, and then try again." >&2
echo "" >&2
echo "Maybe node is installed, but not in the PATH?" >&2
echo "Note that running as sudo can change envs." >&2
echo ""
echo "PATH=$PATH" >&2
exit $ret
fi
# set the temp dir
TMP="${TMPDIR}"
if [ "x$TMP" = "x" ]; then
TMP="/tmp"
fi
TMP="${TMP}/npm.$$"
rm -rf "$TMP" || true
mkdir "$TMP"
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
echo "failed to mkdir $TMP" >&2
exit 1
fi
BACK="$PWD"
ret=0
tar="${TAR}"
if [ -z "$tar" ]; then
tar="${npm_config_tar}"
fi
if [ -z "$tar" ]; then
tar=`which tar 2>&1`
ret=$?
fi
if [ $ret -eq 0 ] && [ -x "$tar" ]; then
echo "tar=$tar"
echo "version:"
$tar --version
ret=$?
fi
if [ $ret -eq 0 ]; then
(exit 0)
else
echo "No suitable tar program found."
exit 1
fi
# Try to find a suitable make
# If the MAKE environment var is set, use that.
# otherwise, try to find gmake, and then make.
# If no make is found, then just execute the necessary commands.
# XXX For some reason, make is building all the docs every time. This
# is an annoying source of bugs. Figure out why this happens.
MAKE=NOMAKE
if [ "x$MAKE" = "x" ]; then
make=`which gmake 2>&1`
if [ $? -eq 0 ] && [ -x $make ]; then
(exit 0)
else
make=`which make 2>&1`
if [ $? -eq 0 ] && [ -x $make ]; then
(exit 0)
else
make=NOMAKE
fi
fi
else
make="$MAKE"
fi
if [ -x "$make" ]; then
(exit 0)
else
# echo "Installing without make. This may fail." >&2
make=NOMAKE
fi
# If there's no bash, then don't even try to clean
if [ -x "/bin/bash" ]; then
(exit 0)
else
clean="no"
fi
node_version=`"$node" --version 2>&1`
ret=$?
if [ $ret -ne 0 ]; then
echo "You need node to run this program." >&2
echo "node --version reports: $node_version" >&2
echo "with exit code = $ret" >&2
echo "Please install node before continuing." >&2
exit $ret
fi
t="${npm_install}"
if [ -z "$t" ]; then
# switch based on node version.
# note that we can only use strict sh-compatible patterns here.
case $node_version in
0.[012345].* | v0.[012345].*)
echo "You are using an outdated and unsupported version of" >&2
echo "node ($node_version). Please update node and try again." >&2
exit 99
;;
v0.[678].* | 0.[678].*)
echo "install npm@1.1"
t=1.1
;;
*)
echo "install npm@latest"
t="latest"
;;
esac
fi
# need to echo "" after, because Posix sed doesn't treat EOF
# as an implied end of line.
url=`(curl -SsL https://registry.npmjs.org/npm/$t; echo "") \
| sed -e 's/^.*tarball":"//' \
| sed -e 's/".*$//'`
ret=$?
if [ "x$url" = "x" ]; then
ret=125
# try without the -e arg to sed.
url=`(curl -SsL https://registry.npmjs.org/npm/$t; echo "") \
| sed 's/^.*tarball":"//' \
| sed 's/".*$//'`
ret=$?
if [ "x$url" = "x" ]; then
ret=125
fi
fi
if [ $ret -ne 0 ]; then
echo "Failed to get tarball url for npm/$t" >&2
exit $ret
fi
echo "fetching: $url" >&2
cd "$TMP" \
&& curl -SsL "$url" \
| $tar -xzf - \
&& cd "$TMP"/* \
&& (req=`"$node" bin/read-package-json.js package.json engines.node`
if [ -d node_modules ]; then
"$node" node_modules/semver/bin/semver -v "$node_version" -r "$req"
ret=$?
else
"$node" bin/semver.js -v "$node_version" -r "$req"
ret=$?
fi
if [ $ret -ne 0 ]; then
echo "You need node $req to run this program." >&2
echo "node --version reports: $node_version" >&2
echo "Please upgrade node before continuing." >&2
exit $ret
fi) \
&& (ver=`"$node" bin/read-package-json.js package.json version`
isnpm10=0
if [ $ret -eq 0 ]; then
req=`"$node" bin/read-package-json.js package.json engines.node`
if [ -d node_modules ]; then
if "$node" node_modules/semver/bin/semver -v "$ver" -r "1"
then
isnpm10=1
fi
else
if "$node" bin/semver -v "$ver" -r ">=1.0"; then
isnpm10=1
fi
fi
fi
ret=0
if [ $isnpm10 -eq 1 ] && [ -f "scripts/clean-old.sh" ]; then
if [ "x$skipclean" = "x" ]; then
(exit 0)
else
clean=no
fi
if [ "x$clean" = "xno" ] \
|| [ "x$clean" = "xn" ]; then
echo "Skipping 0.x cruft clean" >&2
ret=0
elif [ "x$clean" = "xy" ] || [ "x$clean" = "xyes" ]; then
NODE="$node" /bin/bash "scripts/clean-old.sh" "-y"
ret=$?
else
NODE="$node" /bin/bash "scripts/clean-old.sh" </dev/tty
ret=$?
fi
fi
if [ $ret -ne 0 ]; then
echo "Aborted 0.x cleanup. Exiting." >&2
exit $ret
fi) \
&& (if [ "x$configures" = "x" ]; then
(exit 0)
else
echo "./configure "$configures
echo "$configures" > npmrc
fi) \
&& (if [ "$make" = "NOMAKE" ]; then
(exit 0)
elif "$make" uninstall install; then
(exit 0)
else
make="NOMAKE"
fi
if [ "$make" = "NOMAKE" ]; then
"$node" cli.js rm npm -gf
"$node" cli.js install -gf
fi) \
&& cd "$BACK" \
&& rm -rf "$TMP" \
&& echo "It worked"
ret=$?
if [ $ret -ne 0 ]; then
echo "It failed" >&2
fi
exit $ret
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commented Mar 18, 2014

It's ok now.

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