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#!/usr/bin/perl
eval 'exec /usr/bin/perl -S $0 ${1+"$@"}'
if 0; # not running under some shell
use strict;
use warnings;
# $Id: release,v 1.1 2007/09/04 17:59:38 dsaff Exp $
=head1 NAME
release - upload files to the CPAN and SourceForge.net
=head1 SYNOPSIS
release [ LOCAL_FILE [ REMOTE_FILE ] ]
# try a dry run without uploading anything
release -t
# print a help message
release -h
# print debugging information
release -d
=head1 DESCRIPTION
This is the prototype program for using Module::Release. You should
modify it to fit your needs.
This program automates Perl module releases. It makes the
distribution, tests it, checks that source control is up to date, tags
source control, uploads it to the PAUSE anonymous FTP directory and to
the incoming directory for SourceForge.net, claims it on PAUSE for
your CPAN account, and releases it on SourceForge.net.
By default this script assumes that you use CVS, but recognizes SVN
and switches when appropriate.
=head2 Process
The release script checks many things before it actually releases the
file. Some of these are annoying, but they are also the last line of
defense against releasing bad distributions.
=over 4
=item Read the configuration data
Look in the current working directory for C<.releaserc>. See the
Configuration section. If release cannot find the configuration file,
it dies.
=item Test and make the distribution
Run make realclean, perl Makefile.PL, make test, make dist, make
disttest. If testing fails, release dies. make dist provides the
name of the distribution if LOCAL_FILE is not provided on the command
line.
=item Check that source control is up-to-date
If there are modified files, added files, or extra files so that
source control complains, fail.
=item Upload to PAUSE and SourceForge.net
Simply drop the distribution in the incoming/ directory of these
servers.
=item Claim the file on PAUSE
Connect to the PAUSE web thingy and claim the uploaded file for your
CPAN account.
=item Tag the repository
Use the version number (in the distribution name) to tag the
repository. You should be able to checkout the code from any release.
=item Release to SourceForge.net
The release name is the distribution name without the .tar.gz. The
file name is the distribution name. SourceForge.net divides things
into projects (with project IDs) and packages within the project (with
package IDs). Specify these in the configuration file.
=back
=head2 Configuration
The release script uses a configuration file in the current working
directory. The file name is F<.releaserc>. Although most of the
information is the same for all of your projects, the C<sf_package_id>
is probably different. You can get the C<sf_package_id> from the data
in the Quick Release Form.
release's own F<.releaserc> looks like this:
sf_user comdog
sf_group_id 36221
sf_package_id 56559
cpan_user BDFOY
=over 4
=item cpan_user
=item sf_user
If C<cpan_user> or C<sf_user> is set to C<< <none> >>, the program will
skip releasing for that system. You must release for at least one system.
=item sf_group_id
=item sf_package_id
=item sf_processor_id
=item sf_type_id
=item sf_release_match
=item sf_release_replace
To find C<sf_package_id> and C<sf_group_id>, go to the Add/Edit
Release page for your project. The link for "[Add Release]" might
look something like this (this is the link for the F<release> package
itself):
https://sourceforge.net/project/admin/newrelease.php?package_id=56559&group_id=36221
so C<sf_package_id> is 56559 and C<sf_group_id> is 36221.
C<sf_processor_id> and C<sf_type_id> are optional, and default to "Any"
and "Source .gz". See the HTML in a file release form on SourceForge.net
for other options.
C<sf_release_match> and C<sf_release_replace> are for defining the release
name, if you don't like the default. For example, the default would
set the name for this program to something like "release-0.10".
But if you want the name to be only the version number, set
C<sf_release_match=^.+-([\d.]+)$> and C<sf_release_replace=$1>.
=item passive_ftp
Set C<passive_ftp> to "y" or "yes" for passive FTP transfers. Usually
this is to get around a firewall issue.
=item release_subclass
Specify the name of a subclass to use instead of Module::Release. The
subclass can override any of the Module::Release methods. This makes
it possible to maintain your own local releasing procedures. For
instance, one such subclass might look like this:
package Module::Release::KWILLIAMS;
use base qw(Module::Release);
sub make_cvs_tag {
my $self = shift;
(my $version) = $self->{remote} =~ / - (\d[\w.]*) \.tar \.gz $/x;
$version =~ s/[^a-z0-9_]/_/gi;
return "release-$version";
}
1;
To use this subclass, you'd put it in your C<@INC> somewhere, then set
C<release_subclass> to C<Module::Release::KWILLIAMS>.
=back
=head2 Environment
=over 4
=item * CPAN_PASS
=item * SF_PASS
release reads the C<CPAN_PASS> and C<SF_PASS> environment variables to
set the passwords for PAUSE and SourceForge.net, respectively. Of course,
you don't need to set the password for a system you're not uploading to.
=item * RELEASE_DEBUG
The C<RELEASE_DEBUG> environment variable sets the debugging value,
which is 0 by default. Set C<RELEASE_DEBUG> to a true value to get
debugging output.
=item * PERL
The C<PERL> environment variable sets the path to perl for use in the
make; otherwise, the perl used to run release will be used.
=back
=head1 TO DO
=over 4
=item * check make disttest (to catch MANIFEST errors) -- needs error catching and reporting
=back
=head1 SOURCE AVAILABILITY
This source is part of a SourceForge.net project which always has the
latest sources in CVS, as well as all of the previous releases.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/brian-d-foy/
If, for some reason, I disappear from the world, one of the other
members of the project can shepherd this software appropriately.
=head1 AUTHOR
brian d foy, C<< <bdfoy@cpan.org> >>
=head1 COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2002-2007, brian d foy, All rights reserved.
You may use this software under the same terms as Perl itself.
=head1 CREDITS
Ken Williams turned the original release(1) script into a module.
Andy Lester contributed to the module and script.
=cut
use Getopt::Std;
use Module::Release;
my $class = "Module::Release";
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
my %opts;
getopts('hdt', \%opts) or $opts{h} = 1;
if( $opts{h} )
{
print <<"USE";
Use: release -hdt [ LOCAL_FILE [ REMOTE_FILE ] ]
Will upload current release LOCAL_FILE, naming it REMOTE_FILE. Will
get LOCAL_FILE and REMOTE_FILE automatically (using same name for
both) if not supplied.
-h This help
-d Print extra debugging information
-t Just make and test distribution, don't tag/upload
The program works in the current directory, and looks for a .releaserc
or releaserc file and the environment for its preferences. See
`perldoc $0`, for more information.
USE
exit;
}
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
if( -d '.svn' )
{
$class = "Module::Release::Subversion";
print STDERR "I see an .svn directory, so I'm loading $class"
if $opts{d};
eval "use Module::Release::Subversion";
die "Could not load $class: $@\n" if $@;
}
my( $script_version ) =
sprintf "%1.%02d", q$Revision: 1.1 $ =~ m/ (\d+) /xg;
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
my %params;
$params{local} = shift @ARGV if @ARGV;
if( @ARGV )
{
$params{remote} = shift @ARGV;
}
elsif( $params{local} )
{
$params{remote} = $params{local};
}
$params{debug} = 1 if $opts{d};
my $release = $class->new( %params );
print STDERR "release $script_version, using $class " . $class->VERSION . "\n"
if $release->debug;
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
$release->clean;
$release->build_makefile;
$release->test;
$release->dist;
$release->check_kwalitee;
$release->dist_test;
# $release->check_cvs;
my $Version = $release->dist_version;
print STDERR "dist version is $Version\n" if $release->debug;
exit if $opts{t};
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
my $Changes = do {
my $changes = "Changes";
my $bak = $changes . ".bak";
die "Changes file does not exist!\n" unless -e $changes;
print "\n", "-" x 73, "\n", "Enter Changes section\n\n> ";
my $str = $Version . " - " . localtime() . "\n";
while( <STDIN> )
{
$_ =~ s/^(\S)/\t$1/; # always indent
$str .= $_;
print "> ";
}
$str .= "\n";
rename $changes, $bak or die "Could not backup $changes. $!\n";
open my $in, $bak or die "Could not read old $changes file! $!\n";
open my $out, ">", $changes;
while( <$in> )
{
print $out $_;
last unless m/\S/;
}
print $out $str;
print $out $_ while( <$in> );
close $in;
close $out;
my $command = do {
if( -d 'CVS' ) { 'cvs' }
elsif( -d '.svn' ) { 'svn' }
};
my $cvs_commit = `$command commit -m "* for version $Version" 2>&1`;
print $cvs_commit;
$str;
};
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
$release->clean;
$release->build_makefile;
$release->dist;
$release->check_for_passwords;
$release->ftp_upload;
$release->pause_claim;
$release->cvs_tag;
$release->sf_login;
$release->sf_qrs;
$release->sf_release;
print "Done.\n";
__END__
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