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#!/usr/bin/perl -w # -*- perl -*-
use strict;
use lib qw( ./lib );
use Template;
use ExtUtils::MakeMaker;
use Cwd;
select STDERR;
$| = 1;
select STDOUT;
use vars qw( $TT_VERSION $TT_PREFIX $TT_IMAGES $TT_RUN_DBI
$TT_BUILD_DOCS $TT_SPLASH_DOCS $TT_EXAMPLES
$TT_LATEX_ENABLE $TT_LATEX_PATH $TT_PDFLATEX_PATH $TT_DVIPS_PATH
$TT_XS_ENABLE $TT_XS_DEFAULT
$TT_SPLASH_THEME $TT_QUIET $TT_ACCEPT $TT_YES );
# check O/S to set sensible defaults
my ($WIN32, $FLAVOUR, $PREFIX, $IMAGES, $MAKE);
if ($^O =~ /win/i) {
$WIN32 = 1;
$FLAVOUR = 'Win32';
$PREFIX = 'C:/Program Files/Template Toolkit 2';
$IMAGES = '/tt2/images';
$MAKE = 'nmake';
}
else {
$WIN32 = 0;
$FLAVOUR = 'Unix';
$PREFIX = '/usr/local/tt2';
$IMAGES = '/tt2/images';
$MAKE = 'make';
}
# read command line args putting TT_* into $ttconfig and
# everything else (regular Makefile.PL args, e.g. PREFIX)
# goes into $config
my (%config, %ttconfig);
while ($_ = shift) {
my ($k, $v) = split(/=/);
if ($k =~ /^TT/) {
$ttconfig{ $k } = $v || 0;
}
else {
$config{ $k } = $v || 0;
}
};
# print help if they asked for it
if (exists $ttconfig{ TT_HELP }) {
print <<EOF;
The following options can be specified as command line
arguments to 'perl Makefile.PL'. e.g.
perl Makefile.PL TT_PREFIX=/my/tt2/dir TT_ACCEPT=y
TT_PREFIX installation prefix ($PREFIX)
TT_IMAGES images URL (/tt2/images)
TT_DOCS build HTML docs (y)
TT_SPLASH use Splash! for docs (y)
TT_THEME Splash! theme (default)
TT_EXAMPLES build HTML examples (y)
TT_XS_ENABLE Enable XS Stash (y)
TT_XS_DEFAULT Use XS Stash by default (y)
TT_DBI run DBI tests (y if DBI installed)
TT_LATEX install LaTeX filter (y if LaTeX found)
TT_LATEX_PATH path to latex (system dependant)
TT_PDFLATEX_PATH path to pdflatex ( " " " )
TT_DVIPS_PATH path to dvips ( " " " )
TT_QUIET no messages (n)
TT_ACCEPT accept defaults (n)
By default, the Makefile.PL runs in interactive mode,
prompting for confirmation of the various configuration
options. Setting the TT_ACCEPT option causes the default
value (possibly modified by other command line options)
to be accepted. The TT_QUIET option can also be set to
suppress the prompt messages.
EOF
exit(0);
}
# these global package variables are the main flags used
# in this script, here defaulted to sensible values
$TT_VERSION = $Template::VERSION;
$TT_PREFIX = $PREFIX;
$TT_IMAGES = $IMAGES;
$TT_RUN_DBI = 'y';
$TT_BUILD_DOCS = 'y';
$TT_SPLASH_DOCS = 'y';
$TT_EXAMPLES = 'y';
$TT_SPLASH_THEME = 'default';
$TT_XS_ENABLE = 'y';
$TT_XS_DEFAULT = 'y';
$TT_LATEX_ENABLE = 'y';
$TT_LATEX_PATH = '';
$TT_PDFLATEX_PATH = '';
$TT_DVIPS_PATH = '';
$TT_QUIET = 'n';
$TT_ACCEPT = 'n';
my $TT_SPLASH_FG = '';
my $TT_SPLASH_BG = '';
my $DEFAULTS_FILE = '.defaults.cfg';
my $DBI_CONFIG_FILE = 't/dbi_test.cfg';
my $TT_DOCS_CFG = 'docs/ttree.cfg';
my $TT_EXAMPLE_CFG = 'examples/ttree.cfg';
my $DEFAULTS = '';
if (-f $DEFAULTS_FILE) {
require $DEFAULTS_FILE;
$DEFAULTS = " read from '$DEFAULTS_FILE'";
}
$TT_PREFIX = $ttconfig{ TT_PREFIX } if $ttconfig{ TT_PREFIX };
$TT_IMAGES = $ttconfig{ TT_IMAGES } if $ttconfig{ TT_IMAGES };
$TT_SPLASH_THEME = $ttconfig{ TT_THEME } if $ttconfig{ TT_THEME };
$TT_LATEX_PATH = $ttconfig{ TT_LATEX_PATH } if $ttconfig{ TT_LATEX_PATH };
$TT_PDFLATEX_PATH = $ttconfig{ TT_PDFLATEX_PATH } if $ttconfig{ TT_PDFLATEX_PATH };
$TT_DVIPS_PATH = $ttconfig{ TT_DVIPS_PATH } if $ttconfig{ TT_DVIPS_PATH };
$TT_RUN_DBI = $ttconfig{ TT_DBI } if defined $ttconfig{ TT_DBI };
$TT_BUILD_DOCS = $ttconfig{ TT_DOCS } if defined $ttconfig{ TT_DOCS };
$TT_SPLASH_DOCS = $ttconfig{ TT_SPLASH } if defined $ttconfig{ TT_SPLASH };
$TT_EXAMPLES = $ttconfig{ TT_EXAMPLES } if defined $ttconfig{ TT_EXAMPLES };
$TT_LATEX_ENABLE = $ttconfig{ TT_LATEX } if defined $ttconfig{ TT_LATEX };
$TT_XS_ENABLE = $ttconfig{ TT_XS_ENABLE } if defined $ttconfig{ TT_XS_ENABLE };
$TT_XS_DEFAULT = $ttconfig{ TT_XS_DEFAULT } if defined $ttconfig{ TT_XS_DEFAULT };
$TT_QUIET = $ttconfig{ TT_QUIET } if defined $ttconfig{ TT_QUIET };
$TT_ACCEPT = $ttconfig{ TT_ACCEPT } if defined $ttconfig{ TT_ACCEPT };
foreach ($TT_RUN_DBI, $TT_BUILD_DOCS, $TT_SPLASH_DOCS, $TT_EXAMPLES,
$TT_LATEX_ENABLE, $TT_XS_ENABLE, $TT_XS_DEFAULT ) {
$_ = 'n' if ! $_;
}
$TT_ACCEPT = 0 if $TT_ACCEPT eq 'n';
$TT_QUIET = 0 if $TT_QUIET eq 'n';
$TT_QUIET = 0 unless $TT_ACCEPT;
my $SPLASH_STYLES = {
default => [ 'lilac', 'mauve' ],
aqua => [ 'aqua', 'marine' ],
grey => [ 'grey75', 'grey50' ],
blue => [ 'grey75', 'blue75' ],
red => [ 'grey75', 'red75' ],
green => [ 'grey75', 'green75' ],
};
#========================================================================
welcome_message();
version_check();
mandatory_modules();
optional_modules();
optional_stash_xs();
optional_latex();
optional_extras();
splash_images();
html_docs();
html_docstyle();
html_examples();
write_defaults();
print "\n";
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# build options and write Makefile
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
package MY;
sub postamble {
return '' unless $main::TT_PREFIX;
my $amble =<<'EOF';
tt2_install ::
@$(PERL) bin/tt2inst -v "$(TT_PREFIX)"
tt2_splash ::
@$(PERL) -I lib bin/gifsplash -v
EOF
$amble .=<<EOF if $main::TT_BUILD_DOCS;
tt2_html_docs ::
\@\$(PERL) bin/ttree -v -f "\$(TT_PREFIX)/$TT_DOCS_CFG"
EOF
$amble .=<<EOF if $main::TT_EXAMPLES;
tt2_examples ::
\@\$(PERL) bin/ttree -v -f "\$(TT_PREFIX)/$TT_EXAMPLE_CFG"
EOF
return $amble;
}
sub install {
my $class = shift;
my $basic = $class->SUPER::install(@_);
my $add = 'tt2_install tt2_splash';
$add .= ' tt2_html_docs' if $main::TT_BUILD_DOCS;
$add .= ' tt2_examples' if $main::TT_EXAMPLES;
$basic =~ s/^(install\s+::\s+.*)$/$1 $add/m
if $main::TT_PREFIX;
$basic;
}
sub constants {
my $class = shift;
my $basic = $class->SUPER::constants(@_);
$basic = "TT_PREFIX = $main::TT_PREFIX\n$basic"
if $main::TT_PREFIX;
$basic;
}
package main;
my %opts = (
%config,
'NAME' => 'Template',
'DISTNAME' => 'Template-Toolkit',
'VERSION_FROM' => 'lib/Template.pm',
'EXE_FILES' => [ 'bin/tpage', 'bin/ttree' ],
'PMLIBDIRS' => [ 'lib' ],
'DIR' => [ ],
'PREREQ_PM' => { 'AppConfig' => 1.52 },
'dist' => {
'COMPRESS' => 'gzip',
'SUFFIX' => 'gz',
# 'PREOP' => build_docs(),
},
);
push @{ $opts{'DIR'} }, 'xs' if $TT_XS_ENABLE;
if ($ExtUtils::MakeMaker::VERSION >= 5.43) {
$opts{ AUTHOR } = 'Andy Wardley <abw@kfs.org>';
$opts{ ABSTRACT } =
'a fast, flexible and extensible template processing system',
}
WriteMakefile( %opts );
if ($WIN32) {
print <<EOF;
Configuration complete. You should now run '$MAKE', '$MAKE test' and
then '$MAKE install'. See the README file for further information.
EOF
}
message(<<EOF) if $TT_BUILD_DOCS;
Installation Notes
------------------
Please note that the installation of the optional components and
building of the HTML documentation is performed at the "make install"
stage as the effective user at that time. This implies that this user
must have sufficient permission to install into the specified
directory and that all created directories and files will be owned by
them.
EOF
#========================================================================
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# welcome_message()
#
# Print opening banner.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub welcome_message {
print(<<EOF);
Template Toolkit Version $TT_VERSION
=============================
Using $FLAVOUR defaults$DEFAULTS.
Run 'perl Makefile.PL TT_HELP' for a summary of options.
EOF
print "Messages suppressed (TT_QUIET). " if $TT_QUIET;
print "Accepting defaults automatically (TT_ACCEPT)." if $TT_ACCEPT;
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# version_check()
#
# Check for pre-version 2.00 installation and issue warning
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub version_check {
eval "use Template";
unless ($@ or $Template::VERSION =~ /^2/) {
warn(<<EOF) unless $TT_QUIET;
IMPORTANT NOTE:
You have version $Template::VERSION of the Template Toolkit installed.
There are some minor incompatabilities between version 1 and 2
of the Template Toolkit which you should be aware of. Installing
this version will overwrite your version $Template::VERSION files
unless you take measures to install one or the other version in a
different location (i.e. perl Makefile.PL PREFIX=/other/path).
Please consult the README and Changes file for further details.
Most of the changes are in the more obscure features and
directives so hopefully you will find the upgrade process fairly
painless. If you're feeling brave, then answer 'y', otherwise 'n'.
EOF
exit unless ttprompt("Do you want to continue?", 'y') =~ /y/i;
}
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# mandatory_modules()
#
# Detect mandatory module
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub mandatory_modules {
eval "use AppConfig";
if ($@ or $AppConfig::VERSION < 1.52) {
die(<<EOF);
The Template Toolkit requires that the AppConfig module (version 1.52
or later) first be installed. This is used by the 'ttree' program for
reading command line options and configuration files. It is available
from CPAN:
http://www.cpan.org/authors/Andy_Wardley/
EOF
}
eval "use File::Spec";
if ($@ or $File::Spec::VERSION < 0.6) {
die(<<EOF);
The Template Toolkit requires that the File::Spec module (version 0.6
or later) first be installed. This is used by the File plugin. It is
available from CPAN:
http://search.cpan.org/search?dist=File-Spec
EOF
}
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# optional_modules()
#
# Detect additional modules required by plugins (just for fun)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub optional_modules {
message(<<EOF);
External Modules
----------------
The Template Toolkit includes a number of plugin modules, some of
which interface to external Perl modules available from CPAN. All the
plugins will be installed regardless so that they will automatically
work as and when you install the relevant modules. The tests will be
skipped for plugins that require external modules not currently
available on your system.
EOF
foreach my $mods ( [ 'Text::Autoformat' => \&check_taf ],
[ 'GD' => undef ],
[ 'GD::Text' => undef ],
[ 'GD::Graph' => undef ],
[ 'GD::Graph3d' => undef ],
[ 'Date::Calc' => undef ],
[ 'XML::DOM' => \&check_dom ],
[ 'XML::RSS' => \&check_rss ],
[ 'XML::XPath' => \&check_xpath ],
[ 'DBI' => \&dbi_config ] ) {
my ($module, $code) = ref $mods ? @$mods : ($mods, 0);
printf(" %-16s ", $module) unless $TT_QUIET;
eval "use $module";
if ($@) {
nope("module not installed");
}
elsif ($code) {
&$code;
}
else {
no strict qw( refs );
my $ver = ${"$module\::VERSION"};
yep("version $ver installed");
}
}
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# optional_stash_xs()
#
# Prompt for installation and default use of XS Stash.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub optional_stash_xs {
# return if $TT_ACCEPT && (! $TT_XS_ENABLE || $TT_XS_ENABLE eq 'n');
message(<<EOF);
XS Stash: TT2 now twice as fast!
--------------------------------
We have a new, high speed version of the Template::Stash. It's
a Perl XS module which can evaluate templates about twice as fast as
the pure-Perl version. Although still strictly "experimental", it
has been widely tested and is thought to be stable and reliable.
You may choose to build the XS module, but it won't be enabled by
default. Instead, the recommended usage is something like this:
use Template;
use Template::Stash::XS;
my \$tt = new Template ({ STASH => new Template::Stash::XS, ... });
However, if you are feeling brave, the XS version can be set as the
default stash for all Template objects. (Also see \$STASH in the
Template/Config.pm module, e.g. 'perldoc Template::Config').
EOF
$TT_XS_ENABLE = (ttprompt('Do you want to build the XS Stash module?',
$TT_XS_ENABLE) =~ /^y/i);
if ($TT_XS_ENABLE) {
$TT_XS_DEFAULT = (ttprompt('Do you want to use the XS Stash for all Templates?',
$TT_XS_DEFAULT) =~ /^y/i);
if ($TT_XS_DEFAULT) {
fix_file('lib/Template/Config.pm',
'$STASH',
'Template::Stash::XS');
}
}
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# optional_latex()
#
# Prompt for installation of latex filter
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub optional_latex {
# return if $TT_ACCEPT && (! $TT_LATEX_ENABLE || $TT_LATEX_ENABLE eq 'n');
$TT_LATEX_PATH ||= find_program($ENV{PATH}, "latex") || '';
$TT_PDFLATEX_PATH ||= find_program($ENV{PATH}, "pdflatex") || '';
$TT_DVIPS_PATH ||= find_program($ENV{PATH}, "dvips") || '';
message(<<EOF);
LaTeX Support
-------------
TT2 supports PDF, DVI and PostScript output using the latex filter,
implemented with the programs pdflatex, latex and dvips.
Because the latex filter runs latex and pdflatex, template authors could
use this feature to include any arbitrary file in their latex input, or
also open an arbitrary output file, independent of the ABSOLUTE or
RELATIVE configuration settings. This might create a security concern at
your site. If you don't trust your template authors then don't enable
the latex filter.
I found the following locations for pdflatex, latex and dvips:
+ pdflatex => $TT_PDFLATEX_PATH
+ latex => $TT_LATEX_PATH
+ dvips => $TT_DVIPS_PATH
EOF
if ( $TT_LATEX_PATH eq "" || $TT_PDFLATEX_PATH eq "" || $TT_DVIPS_PATH eq "" ) {
$TT_LATEX_ENABLE = 'n';
}
$TT_LATEX_ENABLE ||= 'y';
$TT_LATEX_ENABLE = (
ttprompt('Do you want to enable the latex filter?',
$TT_LATEX_ENABLE) =~ /^y/i
);
if ( $TT_LATEX_ENABLE ) {
if (ttprompt('Are the pdflatex, latex and dvips paths ok?', 'y') !~ /^y/i) {
$TT_PDFLATEX_PATH = ttprompt('pdflatex path', $TT_PDFLATEX_PATH);
$TT_LATEX_PATH = ttprompt('latex path', $TT_LATEX_PATH);
$TT_DVIPS_PATH = ttprompt('dvips path', $TT_DVIPS_PATH);
}
} else {
#
# Empty paths will cause the latex filter to throw an error
#
$TT_PDFLATEX_PATH = $TT_LATEX_PATH = $TT_DVIPS_PATH = "";
}
fix_file('lib/Template/Config.pm', '$PDFLATEX_PATH', $TT_PDFLATEX_PATH);
fix_file('lib/Template/Config.pm', '$LATEX_PATH', $TT_LATEX_PATH);
fix_file('lib/Template/Config.pm', '$DVIPS_PATH', $TT_DVIPS_PATH);
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# optional_extras()
#
# Prompt for installation of optional libraries and other components
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub optional_extras {
message(<<EOF);
Optional Extras
---------------
In additional to the Perl modules and POD documentation installed in
the usual way, the Template Toolkit distribution also contains a
number of optional components:
* Template libaries for basic HTML, Pod -> HTML, and PostScript
* Splash! - a stylish HTML user interface template library / widget set
* HTML documentation - distributed in template form for customisation
* Stylesheet templates to generate docs as vanilla HTML or using Splash!
* Examples - numerous examples of using the template libraries
If you want to install these optional components then you'll need to
specify a separate directory for them.
EOF
if (ttprompt('Do you want to install these components?', 'y') =~ /^y/i) {
message(<<EOF);
You can chose any directory for the installation of the additional
Template Toolkit components. The proposed default assumes a $FLAVOUR
flavour to your operating system (suggestions for suitable defaults
for other platforms welcome).
EOF
$TT_PREFIX = ttprompt('Installation directory', $TT_PREFIX || $PREFIX);
}
else {
$TT_PREFIX = '';
}
fix_file('lib/Template/Config.pm', '$INSTDIR', $TT_PREFIX);
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# splash_images()
#
# Prompt for Splash! image URL
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub splash_images {
return unless $TT_PREFIX;
message(<<EOF);
Splash!
-------
The Splash! template library uses a number of (very) small images to
build user interface components. These will be installed into the
directory:
$TT_PREFIX/images
EOF
if ($WIN32) {
# default images value for Win32 to browse via file system
$TT_IMAGES = "$TT_PREFIX/images";
message(<<EOF);
If you want to use the Splash! library then you'll need to make sure
you can access these images via your browser. If you want to deliver
pages via a web server then you'll need to specify the URL that can be
use to access these images. In the general case you can accept the
default and access the images via the filesystem.
EOF
}
else {
message(<<EOF);
If you want to use the Splash! library then you'll need to copy these
images, define an alias (e.g. in the httpd.conf) or create a symbolic
link to them so that your web server can find them. Then you'll need
to specify the resulting URL which can be used to retrieve them from
the web server.
Typical values might be '/tt2/images', '/images/tt2', '/~user/tt2/images'
or even something like 'http://www.yourhost.org/images/tt2'.
(NOTE: If this is too much for you to think about right now, then
accept the default below and read the Template::Library::Splash
manpage at your leisure to find out more).
EOF
}
$TT_IMAGES = ttprompt('URL base for TT2 images?', $TT_IMAGES || $IMAGES);
$TT_IMAGES =~ s[/$][]g; # just in case
fix_file('templates/splash/config', 'images', "$TT_IMAGES/splash");
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# html_docs()
#
# Prompt for HTML documentation build
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
sub html_docs {
return unless $TT_PREFIX;
my $style = 'plain';
my $style_cfg = '';
message(<<EOF);
HTML Documentation
------------------
The modules comprising the Template Toolkit contain comprehensive POD
documentation which can be browsed using 'perldoc' or 'man' (if your
system supports it). In additional, the distribution also includes a
set of source templates and style elements for generating the same
documentation in HTML format. These will be installed in the
directory:
$TT_PREFIX/docs
The HTML documentation can be built for you at "make install" time in
a plain and simple HTML format or using the Splash! library. You can
see examples of these different styles and browse the documentation
online at:
http://www.template-toolkit.org/docs/
EOF
$TT_BUILD_DOCS = (
ttprompt('Do you want to build the HTML documentation?',
$TT_BUILD_DOCS) =~ /^y/i
);
}
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# html_docstyle()
#
# prompt for docs style: plain or splash
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
sub html_docstyle {
return unless $TT_PREFIX && $TT_BUILD_DOCS;
my $style = 'plain';
my $style_cfg = '';
message(<<EOF);
If you want to build the HTML documentation using the Splash! library
then you'll need to make sure you correctly defined the URL for the
Splash! images above. Otherwise, answer 'n' to the next question to
use plain HTML.
EOF
$TT_SPLASH_DOCS = (
ttprompt('Do you want to use the Splash! library?', $TT_SPLASH_DOCS) =~ /^y/i
);
if ($TT_SPLASH_DOCS) {
my $splash_style = '';
message(<<EOF);
Which Splash! colour scheme would you like to use to build the
documentation? Acceptable values are:
EOF
unless ($TT_QUIET) {
print " Name Colours\n -------------------------\n";
foreach my $t ('default',
grep { ! /^default$/ } sort keys %$SPLASH_STYLES) {
my $v = $SPLASH_STYLES->{ $t };
local $" = '/';
printf(" %-8s @$v\n", $t);
}
print "\n";
while (! $splash_style) {
$TT_SPLASH_THEME = ttprompt("Enter name of colour scheme: ", $TT_SPLASH_THEME);
message("! No such scheme\n"), $TT_SPLASH_THEME = 'default'
unless ($splash_style = $SPLASH_STYLES->{ $TT_SPLASH_THEME });
}
($TT_SPLASH_BG, $TT_SPLASH_FG) = @$splash_style;
$style = 'splash';
$style_cfg = <<EOF;
pre_process = splash/config
define splash_fg = '$TT_SPLASH_FG'
define splash_bg = '$TT_SPLASH_BG'
EOF
}
}
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# write ttree config file for building docs
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
open(FP, "> $TT_DOCS_CFG") || die "$TT_DOCS_CFG: $!\n";
print FP <<EOF;
# This ttree configuration file is automatically generated by
# the Makefile.PL installation script. Feel free to edit it
# but be warned that re-installing the Template Toolkit will
# overwrite your changes.
src = $TT_PREFIX/docs/src
dest = $TT_PREFIX/docs/html
lib = $TT_PREFIX/docs/style/$style
lib = $TT_PREFIX/docs/lib
lib = $TT_PREFIX/templates
$style_cfg
pre_process = config
pre_process = header
post_process = footer
recurse
verbose
EOF
close(FP);
}
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# html_examples()
#
# Prompt for building examples
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
sub html_examples {
return unless $TT_PREFIX;
message(<<EOF);
HTML Examples
-------------
A number of examples showing use of the HTML, Splash! and PostScript
libraries will be installed into:
$TT_PREFIX/examples
As with the documentation, the examples are provided in template form
and can be automatically built into HTML pages during the "make
install". These pages rely on the Splash! library and expect the
images URL to be correctly defined for correct viewing.
EOF
$TT_EXAMPLES = (
ttprompt('Do you want to build the HTML example pages?',
$TT_EXAMPLES) =~ /^y/i
);
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# write ttree config file for building examples
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
open(FP, "> $TT_EXAMPLE_CFG") || die "$TT_EXAMPLE_CFG: $!\n";
print FP <<EOF;
# This ttree configuration file is automatically generated by
# the Makefile.PL installation script. Feel free to edit it
# but be warned that re-installing the Template Toolkit will
# overwrite your changes.
src = $TT_PREFIX/examples/src
dest = $TT_PREFIX/examples/html
lib = $TT_PREFIX/examples/lib
lib = $TT_PREFIX/templates
define splash_fg = '$TT_SPLASH_FG'
define splash_bg = '$TT_SPLASH_BG'
pre_process = config
recurse
verbose
EOF
close(FP);
}
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
# write_defaults()
#
# write configuration defaults to file
#--------------------------------------------------------------------
sub write_defaults {
open(FP, "> $DEFAULTS_FILE") || die "$DEFAULTS_FILE: $!\n";
my ( $ttdbi, $ttdocs, $ttsplash, $ttex,
$ttlatex, $ttxs_enable, $ttxs_default )
= map { $_ ? 'y' : 'n' }
( $TT_RUN_DBI, $TT_BUILD_DOCS, $TT_SPLASH_DOCS, $TT_EXAMPLES,
$TT_LATEX_ENABLE, $TT_XS_ENABLE, $TT_XS_DEFAULT );
print FP <<EOF;
\$TT_PREFIX = '$TT_PREFIX';
\$TT_IMAGES = '$TT_IMAGES';
\$TT_RUN_DBI = '$ttdbi';
\$TT_BUILD_DOCS = '$ttdocs';
\$TT_SPLASH_DOCS = '$ttsplash';
\$TT_EXAMPLES = '$ttex';
\$TT_SPLASH_THEME = '$TT_SPLASH_THEME';
\$TT_LATEX_ENABLE = '$ttlatex';
\$TT_LATEX_PATH = '$TT_LATEX_PATH';
\$TT_PDFLATEX_PATH = '$TT_PDFLATEX_PATH';
\$TT_DVIPS_PATH = '$TT_DVIPS_PATH';
\$TT_XS_ENABLE = '$ttxs_enable';
\$TT_XS_DEFAULT = '$ttxs_default';
\$TT_ACCEPT = '$TT_ACCEPT';
\$TT_QUIET = '$TT_QUIET';
1;
EOF
close(FP);
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# build_docs()
#
# Echo the relevant incantation so that 'make dist' regenerates the
# documentation from the template sources.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub build_docs {
return <<EOF;
echo "Building documentation for version \$(VERSION)" ; \\
\$(PERL) bin/ttree -f ./docs/ttdist.cfg --define version=\$(VERSION) -a; \\
EOF
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# check_taf()
#
# There are some problems with Text::Autoformat with version of Perl
# prior to 5.6.0 not working properly with locales that use a numerical
# separator other than '.' (e.g. Swedish)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub check_taf {
use POSIX qw( localeconv );
my $loc = localeconv;
my $dec = $loc->{ decimal_point };
yep("version $Text::Autoformat::VERSION installed");
if ($] <= 5.006 && $dec ne '.') {
print ' ' x 6,
"NOTE: tests 23 and 25 may fail under your locale, see TODO file.\n";
}
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# check_dom()
#
# XML::DOM changed from HASH to ARRAY objects somewhere between versions
# 1.25 and 1.27, so the latter version is an absolute necessity.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub check_dom {
if ($XML::DOM::VERSION < 1.27) {
nope("requires version 1.27 or later ($XML::DOM::VERSION installed)");
}
else {
yep("version $XML::DOM::VERSION installed");
}
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# check_rss()
#
# Version 0.8 of XML::RSS gave warnings under Perl 5.6.0 so issue an
# upgrade recommendation
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub check_rss {
if ($] >= 5.006 && $XML::RSS::VERSION < 0.9) {
nope("requires version 0.9 or later ($XML::RSS::VERSION installed)");
}
else {
yep("version $XML::RSS::VERSION installed");
}
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# check_xpath()
#
# Tests fail under some of the earlier versions (e.g. 0.55) so we issue
# an upgrade recommendation.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub check_xpath {
if ($XML::XPath::VERSION < 1.00) {
nope("requires version 1.00 or later ($XML::XPath::VERSION installed)");
}
else {
yep("version $XML::XPath::VERSION installed");
}
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# dbi_config()
#
# Quiz the user for options related to running the DBI tests.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub dbi_config {
my ($dsn, $user, $pass) = ('') x 3;
message("[X] version $DBI::VERSION installed, configuring tests\n\n");
if (ttprompt("Do you want to run the DBI tests?\n" .
"It requires access to an existing test database.",
$TT_RUN_DBI) =~ /y/i) {
$TT_RUN_DBI = 1;
my ($driver, $dbname);
my @drivers = DBI->available_drivers();
local $" = ', ';
my $default = (grep(/m.?sql/i, @drivers))[0];
message(<<EOF);
DBI Test Configuration
----------------------
Please enter the driver name for the test database.
The DBD drivers installed on your system are
@drivers
EOF
while (! $driver) {
$driver = ttprompt("Enter driver name: ", $default);
message("! No such DBD driver\n"), undef $driver
unless grep(/^$driver$/, @drivers);
}
message(<<EOF);
Now enter the data source (DSN) for the test database.
Many DBD drivers require only a database name (e.g. 'test') while
others may require an alternate format or additional parameters
(e.g. 'dbname=test'). Please consult your DBD documentation for
further details.
EOF
my $dbname_eg = $driver eq 'Pg' ? 'dbname=test' : 'test';
while (! $dbname) {
$dbname = ttprompt('Database name: ', $dbname_eg);
}
$dsn = "dbi:$driver:$dbname";
$user = ttprompt('Enter user name : ', '');
$pass = ttprompt('Enter password : ', '');
$user = '' unless defined $user;
$pass = '' unless defined $pass;
}
else {
$TT_RUN_DBI = 0;
}
message("\nwriting $DBI_CONFIG_FILE\n");
open(CFGFILE, ">$DBI_CONFIG_FILE") || die "$DBI_CONFIG_FILE: $!\n";
print CFGFILE <<EOF;
\$run = $TT_RUN_DBI;
\$dsn = '$dsn';
\$user = '$user';
\$pass = '$pass';
1;
EOF
close(CFGFILE);
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# fix_file($file, $find, $fix)
#
# Fixes a variable definition in a file. e.g.
# fix_file('lib/Template/Config.pm', '$INSTDIR', '/usr/local/tt2')
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub fix_file {
my ($file, $find, $fix) = @_;
local *FP;
local $/ = undef;
$find = quotemeta($find);
open(FP, "< $file") || die "$file: $!\n";
my $text = <FP>;
close(FP);
($text =~ s/^(\s*${find}\s*=\s*)'.*?'/$1'$fix'/m)
|| die "$find not found in $file\n";
open(FP, "> $file") || die "$file: $!\n";
print FP $text;
close(FP);
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# find_program($path, $prog)
#
# Find a program, $prog, by traversing the given directory path, $path.
# Returns full path if the program is found.
#
# Written by Craig Barratt, Richard Tietjen add fixes for Win32.
#
# abw changed name from studly caps findProgram() to find_program() :-)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub find_program {
my($path, $prog) = @_;
my $sep = $WIN32 ? qr/;/ : qr/:/;
foreach my $dir ( split($sep, $path) ) {
my $file = File::Spec->catfile($dir, $prog);
if ( !$WIN32 ) {
return $file if ( -x $file );
} else {
# Windows executables end in .xxx, exe precedes .bat and .cmd
foreach my $dx ( qw/exe bat cmd/ ) {
return "$file.$dx" if ( -x "$file.$dx" );
}
}
}
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# message($text)
#
# Print message unless quiet mode.
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub message {
return if $TT_QUIET;
print @_;
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# ttprompt($message, $default)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub ttprompt {
my ($msg, $def)=@_;
my $ISA_TTY = -t STDIN && (-t STDOUT || !(-f STDOUT || -c STDOUT)) ; # Pipe?
my $dispdef = defined $def ? "[$def] " : " ";
$def = defined $def ? $def : "";
my $ans = '';
local $|=1;
print "$msg $dispdef" unless $TT_QUIET;
if ($TT_ACCEPT || ! $ISA_TTY) {
print "$def\n" unless $TT_QUIET;
}
else {
chomp($ans = <STDIN>);
}
return ($ans ne '') ? $ans : $def;
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# yep($text)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub yep {
return if $TT_QUIET;
print '[X] ', shift, "\n";
}
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
# nope($text)
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
sub nope {
return if $TT_QUIET;
print '[ ] ', shift, "\n";
}
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