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Atlassian CLI Homebrew Formula
require 'formula'
# Homebrew formula to install atlassian CLI tools
class I4nAppsAtlassianCli < Formula
version "3.9.0"
def release() "1" end # custom release field
def java_version() ENV["JAVA_VERSION"] || "1.6" end # java version to set JAVA_HOME
homepage 'https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/org.swift.atlassian.cli'
url "https://marketplace.atlassian.com/download/plugins/org.swift.atlassian.cli/version/#{version.to_s.delete('.')}"
sha1 'c18174f5dee921f69fedd663bd4a9e330565a7d3'
# nested i4nApps environment class
class I4nAppsEnv
# Patch the shell script above
# @param [String] filename name of shell script to patch
def patch(filename)
# username and password
%x[ sed -i -e \"s/\\(.*user=\\)'.*'/\\1'#{username}'/g\" #{filename} ]
%x[ sed -i -e \"s/\\(.*password=\\)'.*'/\\1'#{password}'/g\" #{filename} ]
# server urls for products, use internal knowledge that atlassian.sh has links like https://<product>.example.com
products.each do |product|
%x[ sed -i -e \"s,\\(.*\\)https://#{product.to_s}.example.com\\(.*\\),\\1#{server(product)}\\2,g\" #{filename} ]
end
end
# Get list of products for enumeration
# @return [Array<Symbol>] array of product types
def products
[ :jira, :bamboo, :stash, :confluence, :fisheye, :crucible ]
end
# Atlassian Product servers
@@servers = {
:jira => "http://jira.i4napps.com.au",
:bamboo => "http://bamboo.i4napps.com.au",
:stash => "http://stash.i4napps.com.au",
:confluence => "http://wiki.i4napps.com.au",
:fisheye => "http://fisheye.i4napps.com.au",
:crucible => "https://crucible.i4napps.com",
}
# Get server url for product
# @param [Symbol] product +:jira+, +:bamboo+, +:stash+, +:confluence+, +:fisheye+, +:crucible+
# @return [String] server url
def server(product)
@@servers[product.to_sym]
end
# Username for Atlassian servers
# @note Optionally use ATLASSAIN_USERNAME environment variable when installing
# @return [String] username
def username
ENV["ATLAS_USERNAME"]
end
# Username for Atlassian servers
# @note Optionally use ATLASSAIN_PASSWORD environment variable when installing
# @return [String] password
def password
ENV["ATLAS_PASSWORD"]
end
end
# dependencies (if any)
# Install
def install
# this is garbage
puts "Cleaning up windows stuff..."
rm Dir["*.bat"]
# TODO: consider removing examples and all the other stuff
# patch before moving to bin
puts "Patching shell scripts and moving them to bin..."
Dir['*.sh'].each do |f|
# patch by updating path to lib folder
%x[ sed -i -e 's,/lib,/../lib,g' #{f} ]
# patch by inserting and setting JAVA_HOME
%x[ awk 'NR==2 {print "export JAVA_HOME=$(/usr/libexec/java_home -v #{java_version})"} {print}' #{f} > #{f}.bak && mv #{f}.bak #{f} ]
end
# customize bin/atlassian (renamed from atlassian.sh) with username, password and server urls
# !!!: must patch before install command
puts "Customizing product endpoints, username and password...."
I4nAppsEnv.new.patch("atlassian.sh")
# move all shell executables to bin, that's the way homebrew understands it
# also drop the .sh part
Dir.mkdir "bin"
Dir['*.sh'].each { |f| mv f, "bin/#{f.gsub('.sh', '')}" }
# all.sh, really? how about atlassian-all?
mv "bin/all", "bin/atlassian-all"
prefix.install_metafiles
prefix.install Dir['*']
end
test do
puts "version: #{version}-#{release}"
%x[ jira ]
end
end
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