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#!/usr/bin/env sh
#
# This script is a simple launcher that will run Drush with the most appropriate
# php executable it can find. In most cases, the 'drush' script should be
# called first; it will in turn launch this script.
#
# Solaris users: Add /usr/xpg4/bin to the head of your PATH
#
# Get the absolute path of this executable
SELF_DIRNAME="`dirname -- "$0"`"
SELF_PATH="`cd -P -- "$SELF_DIRNAME" && pwd -P`/`basename -- "$0"`"
# Decide if we are running a Unix shell on Windows
if `which uname > /dev/null 2>&1`; then
case "`uname -a`" in
CYGWIN*)
CYGWIN=1 ;;
MINGW*)
MINGW=1 ;;
esac
fi
# Resolve symlinks - this is the equivalent of "readlink -f", but also works with non-standard OS X readlink.
while [ -h "$SELF_PATH" ]; do
# 1) cd to directory of the symlink
# 2) cd to the directory of where the symlink points
# 3) Get the pwd
# 4) Append the basename
DIR="`dirname -- "$SELF_PATH"`"
SYM="`readlink "$SELF_PATH"`"
SYM_DIRNAME="`dirname -- "$SYM"`"
SELF_PATH="`cd "$DIR" && cd "$SYM_DIRNAME" && pwd`/`basename -- "$SYM"`"
done
# If not exported, try to determine and export the number of columns.
# We do not want to run `tput cols` if $TERM is empty, "unknown", or "dumb", because
# if we do, tput will output an undesirable error message to stderr. If
# we redirect stderr in any way, e.g. `tput cols 2>/dev/null`, then the
# error message is suppressed, but tput cols becomes confused about the
# terminal and prints out the default value (80).
if [ -z $COLUMNS ] && [ -n "$TERM" ] && [ "$TERM" != dumb ] && [ "$TERM" != unknown ] && [ -n "`which tput`" ] ; then
# Note to cygwin/mingw/msys users: install the ncurses package to get tput command.
# Note to mingw/msys users: there is no precompiled ncurses package.
if COLUMNS="`tput cols`"; then
export COLUMNS
fi
fi
if [ -n "$DRUSH_PHP" ] ; then
# Use the DRUSH_PHP environment variable if it is available.
php="$DRUSH_PHP"
else
# On MSYSGIT, we need to use "php", not the full path to php
if [ -n "$MINGW" ] ; then
php="php"
else
# Default to using the php that we find on the PATH.
# We check for a command line (cli) version of php, and if found use that.
# Note that we need the full path to php here for Dreamhost, which behaves oddly. See http://drupal.org/node/662926
php="`which php-cli 2>/dev/null`"
if [ ! -x "$php" ]; then
php="`which php 2>/dev/null`"
fi
if [ ! -x "$php" ]; then
echo "ERROR: can't find php."; exit 1
fi
fi
fi
# Build the path to drush.php.
SCRIPT_PATH="`dirname "$SELF_PATH"`/drush.php"
if [ -n "$CYGWIN" ] ; then
# try to determine if we are running cygwin port php or Windows native php:
if [ -n "`"$php" -i | grep -E '^System => Windows'`" ]; then
SCRIPT_PATH="`cygpath -w -a -- "$SCRIPT_PATH"`"
else
SCRIPT_PATH="`cygpath -u -a -- "$SCRIPT_PATH"`"
fi
fi
# Check to see if the user has provided a php.ini file or drush.ini file in any conf dir
# Last found wins, so search in reverse priority order
for conf_dir in "`dirname "$SELF_PATH"`" /etc/drush "$HOME/.drush" ; do
if [ ! -d "$conf_dir" ] ; then
continue
fi
# Handle paths that don't start with a drive letter on MinGW shell. Equivalent to cygpath on Cygwin.
if [ -n "$MINGW" ] ; then
conf_dir=`sh -c "cd \"$conf_dir\"; pwd -W"`
fi
if [ -f "$conf_dir/php.ini" ] ; then
drush_php_ini="$conf_dir/php.ini"
fi
if [ -f "$conf_dir/drush.ini" ] ; then
drush_php_override="$conf_dir/drush.ini"
fi
done
# If the PHP_INI environment variable is specified, then tell
# php to use the php.ini file that it specifies.
if [ -n "$PHP_INI" ] ; then
drush_php_ini="$PHP_INI"
fi
# If the DRUSH_INI environment variable is specified, then
# extract all ini variable assignments from it and convert
# them into php '-d' options. These will override similarly-named
# options in the php.ini file
if [ -n "$DRUSH_INI" ] ; then
drush_php_override="$DRUSH_INI"
fi
# Add in the php file location and/or the php override variables as appropriate
if [ -n "$drush_php_ini" ] ; then
php_options="--php-ini $drush_php_ini"
fi
if [ -n "$drush_php_override" ] ; then
php_options=`grep '^[a-z_A-Z0-9.]\+ *=' $drush_php_override | sed -e 's|\([^ =]*\) *= *\(.*\)|\1="\2"|' -e 's| ||g' -e 's|^|-d |' | tr '\n\r' ' '`
fi
# If the PHP_OPTIONS environment variable is specified, then
# its contents will be passed to php on the command line as
# additional options to use.
if [ -n "$PHP_OPTIONS" ] ; then
php_options="$php_options $PHP_OPTIONS"
fi
# Pass in the path to php so that drush knows which one to use if it
# re-launches itself to run subcommands. We will also pass in the php options.
# Important note: Any options added here must be removed when Drush processes
# a #! (shebang) script. @see drush_adjust_args_if_shebang_script()
exec "$php" $php_options "$SCRIPT_PATH" --php="$php" --php-options="$php_options" "$@"