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#!/bin/bash
# Based on a test script from avsm/ocaml repo https://github.com/avsm/ocaml
CHROOT_DIR=/tmp/arm-chroot
MIRROR=http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian
VERSION=wheezy
CHROOT_ARCH=armhf
# Debian package dependencies for the host
HOST_DEPENDENCIES="debootstrap qemu-user-static binfmt-support sbuild"
# Debian package dependencies for the chrooted environment
GUEST_DEPENDENCIES="build-essential git m4 sudo python"
# Command used to run the tests
TEST_COMMAND="make test"
function setup_arm_chroot {
# Host dependencies
sudo apt-get install -qq -y ${HOST_DEPENDENCIES}
# Create chrooted environment
sudo mkdir ${CHROOT_DIR}
sudo debootstrap --foreign --no-check-gpg --include=fakeroot,build-essential \
--arch=${CHROOT_ARCH} ${VERSION} ${CHROOT_DIR} ${MIRROR}
sudo cp /usr/bin/qemu-arm-static ${CHROOT_DIR}/usr/bin/
if [ -e "${CHROOT_DIR}/etc/ld.so.preload" ]; then
# prevent error "qemu: uncaught target signal 4 (Illegal instruction) - core dumped"
# by commenting out library preload
sudo sed -i -e 's:^/:#/:g' ${CHROOT_DIR}/etc/ld.so.preload
fi
sudo chroot ${CHROOT_DIR} ./debootstrap/debootstrap --second-stage
sudo sbuild-createchroot --arch=${CHROOT_ARCH} --foreign --setup-only \
${VERSION} ${CHROOT_DIR} ${MIRROR}
# Create file with environment variables which will be used inside chrooted
# environment
echo "export ARCH=${ARCH}" > envvars.sh
echo "export TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR=${TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR}" >> envvars.sh
chmod a+x envvars.sh
# Install dependencies inside chroot
sudo chroot ${CHROOT_DIR} apt-get update
sudo chroot ${CHROOT_DIR} apt-get --allow-unauthenticated install \
-qq -y ${GUEST_DEPENDENCIES}
# Create build dir and copy travis build files to our chroot environment
sudo mkdir -p ${CHROOT_DIR}/${TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR}
sudo rsync -av ${TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR}/ ${CHROOT_DIR}/${TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR}/
# Indicate chroot environment has been set up
sudo touch ${CHROOT_DIR}/.chroot_is_done
# Call ourselves again which will cause tests to run
sudo chroot ${CHROOT_DIR} bash -c "cd ${TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR} && ./.travis-ci.sh"
}
if [ -e "/.chroot_is_done" ]; then
# We are inside ARM chroot
echo "Running inside chrooted environment"
. ./envvars.sh
else
if [ "${ARCH}" = "arm" ]; then
# ARM test run, need to set up chrooted environment first
echo "Setting up chrooted ARM environment"
setup_arm_chroot
fi
fi
echo "Running tests"
echo "Environment: $(uname -a)"
${TEST_COMMAND}
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