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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Time-stamp: <2018-06-23 22:16:08 kmodi>
# Usage: ./mybuild.sh # Installs using upstream/devel
# ./mybuild.sh --rev v0.18.0
# ./mybuild.sh --rev upstream/master
set -euo pipefail # http://redsymbol.net/articles/unofficial-bash-strict-mode
IFS=$'\n\t'
nim_rev="origin/devel"
while [ $# -gt 0 ]
do
case "$1" in
"-r"|"--rev" ) shift
nim_rev="$1";;
* ) echo >&2 "Error: Invalid option: $1"
esac
shift # expose next argument
done
# If ${nim_rev} is upstream/master, ${nim_rev_basename} = master
# If ${nim_rev} is v0.18.0, ${nim_rev_basename} = v0.18.0
nim_rev_basename=$(basename "${nim_rev}")
git fetch --all # fetch new branch names if any
git checkout "${nim_rev_basename}"
git fetch --all
git reset --hard "${nim_rev}"
echo ""
wait_time=5 # seconds
temp_cnt=${wait_time}
# https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/csh-shell-scripting-loop-example/
while [[ ${temp_cnt} -gt 0 ]];
do
printf "\\rWaiting for %2d second(s) .. Press Ctrl+C to cancel this installation." ${temp_cnt}
sleep 1
((temp_cnt--))
done
echo ""
# https://github.com/nim-lang/Nim#compiling
if [[ ! -e ./csources ]]
then
git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/nim-lang/csources.git
cd csources
else
cd csources
git pull
fi
# We are now in the Nim/csources/ directory
echo "Inside $(pwd)"
sh build.sh
# We are now in the Nim/ directory
cd ../
echo "Inside $(pwd)"
./bin/nim c koch
./koch boot -d:release
echo "Version check:"
./bin/nim -v
# echo "Building nimble .."
# ./koch nimble
echo "Building nimsuggest, nimgrep and nimble .."
./koch tools
if [[ ${nim_rev} == "origin/devel" ]]
then
echo "Building nimpretty.."
./bin/nim c -d:release -o:./bin/nimpretty ./nimpretty/nimpretty.nim
fi
echo "Building doc site .."
./koch web
# Create a wrapper script that calls nim with few default options
# c is an alias for compile, which compiles the Nim sources into C and then
# invokes the C compiler on them
# -r is an alias for --run, which runs the program
# --verbosity:0 makes the compiler only output essential messages, since by
# default it also outputs some debugging messages.
echo '#!/usr/bin/env bash
nim c -r --verbosity:0 --nep1:on "$@"' > ./bin/nimm
chmod 744 ./bin/nimm
rm -rf ./doc/nimcache/
rm -rf ./tools/nimcache/
if [[ -d ./dist1 ]]
then
rm -rf ./dist1
fi
mkdir -p ./dist1
cp -rf ./bin ./dist1/.
cp -rf ./config ./dist1/.
cp -rf ./lib ./dist1/.
cp -rf ./doc ./dist1/.
cp -rf ./examples ./dist1/.
cp -rf ./compiler ./dist1/.
nim_install_dir="${STOW_PKGS_ROOT}/nim/${nim_rev_basename}"
echo "Copying the distribution to ${nim_install_dir} .."
if [[ -d "${nim_install_dir}" ]]
then
rm -rf "${nim_install_dir}"
fi
cp -r ./dist1 "${nim_install_dir}"
echo "Done!"
echo ""
# https://github.com/nim-lang/nimble#nimble-refresh
"${nim_install_dir}"/bin/nimble refresh # First time update of nimble package cache
echo "If 'nimble refresh' above failed, do '~/scripts/bash/stow_it.sh', followed by 'resourcef', and try again."
echo ""
echo "Now update the '~/scripts/bash/stow_it.sh' script and rerun that script if needed."
echo " That would be needed if you are installing 'nim' for the first time, or changing the version."
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