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# NOTE! When updating this file, also update INSTALL, if necessary.
# NOTE! Please keep your tasks grouped together.
if ENV["RUBYLIB"]
STDERR.puts "ERROR: Please unset RUBYLIB to build Rubinius"
exit 1
end
# Wipe out CDPATH, it interferes with building in some cases,
# see http://github.com/rubinius/rubinius/issues#issue/555
if ENV["CDPATH"]
ENV.delete("CDPATH")
end
$trace ||= false
$VERBOSE = true
$verbose = Rake.application.options.trace || ARGV.delete("-v")
if !$verbose and respond_to?(:verbose)
verbose(false) if verbose() == :default
end
$:.unshift File.expand_path("../", __FILE__)
config_rb = File.expand_path "../config.rb", __FILE__
config_h = File.expand_path "../vm/gen/config.h", __FILE__
unless File.exists?(config_rb) and File.exists?(config_h)
STDERR.puts "Please run ./configure first"
exit 1
end
require config_rb
BUILD_CONFIG = Rubinius::BUILD_CONFIG
unless BUILD_CONFIG[:config_version] == 38
STDERR.puts "Your configuration is outdated, please run ./configure first"
exit 1
end
# Yes, this is duplicated from the configure script for now.
unless BUILD_CONFIG[:which_ruby] == :ruby or BUILD_CONFIG[:which_ruby] == :rbx
STDERR.puts "Sorry, building Rubinius requires MRI or Rubinius"
exit 1
end
# Records the full path to the ruby executable that runs this configure
# script. That path will be made available to the rest of the build system
# so the same version of ruby is invoked as needed.
#
# This is duplicated from the configure script for now.
@build_ruby = nil
def build_ruby
unless @build_ruby
bin = RbConfig::CONFIG["RUBY_INSTALL_NAME"] || RbConfig::CONFIG["ruby_install_name"]
bin += (RbConfig::CONFIG['EXEEXT'] || RbConfig::CONFIG['exeext'] || '')
@build_ruby = File.join(RbConfig::CONFIG['bindir'], bin)
end
@build_ruby
end
unless BUILD_CONFIG[:build_ruby] == build_ruby
STDERR.puts "\nUnable to build using the running Ruby executable.\n\n"
STDERR.puts "To resolve this issue:"
if ENV['PATH'] =~ /#{BUILD_CONFIG[:bindir]}/
STDERR.puts " * Remove '#{BUILD_CONFIG[:bindir]}' from your PATH."
elsif build_ruby == File.join(BUILD_CONFIG[:bindir], BUILD_CONFIG[:program_name])
# This may occur using rbx from the build directory to build a version
# of rbx to install. The rbx in the build directory will pick up the
# lib/rubinius/build_config.rb that was just written by configure.
# Obviously, this chewing gum, duct tape, bailing wire, and toilet paper
# system needs fixing.
STDERR.puts " * Configure using a Ruby executable other than the one in your build directory."
else
STDERR.puts " * Use '#{BUILD_CONFIG[:build_ruby]}' to build."
end
exit 1
end
# Set the build compiler to the configured compiler unless
# the compiler is set via CC environment variable.
ENV['CC'] = BUILD_CONFIG[:cc] unless ENV['CC']
ENV['CXX'] = BUILD_CONFIG[:cxx] unless ENV['CXX']
$dlext = RbConfig::CONFIG["DLEXT"]
$CC = ENV['CC']
task :default => %w[build vm:test] do
unless File.directory? BUILD_CONFIG[:runtime]
# Setting these enables the specs to run when rbx has been configured
# to be installed, but rake install has not been run yet.
ENV["RBX_RUNTIME"] = File.expand_path "../runtime", __FILE__
ENV["RBX_LIB"] = File.expand_path "../lib", __FILE__
ENV["CFLAGS"] = "-Ivm/capi"
end
sh "bin/mspec ci --background --agent"
end
task :github do
cur = `git config remote.origin.url`.strip
if cur == "git://github.com/evanphx/rubinius.git"
sh "git config remote.origin.url git://github.com/rubinius/rubinius.git"
puts "\nSwitch to git://github.com/rubinius/rubinius.git"
else
sh "git config remote.origin.url git@github.com:rubinius/rubinius.git"
puts "\nSwitch to github.com:rubinius/rubinius.git"
end
end
# See vm.rake for more information
desc "Build everything that needs to be built at default level."
task :build => ["build:build", "gem_bootstrap"]
desc "Recompile all ruby system files"
task :rebuild => %w[clean build]
desc "Use to run Rubinius in CI"
task :ci do
unless system("rake -q")
puts "<< ERROR IN CI, CLEANING AND RERUNNING >>"
system "rake -q clean"
system "find . -name *.rbc -delete"
sh "rake -q"
end
end
desc 'Remove rubinius build files'
task :clean => %w[
vm:clean
kernel:clean
clean:crap
extensions:clean
]
desc 'Remove rubinius build files and external library build files'
task :distclean => %w[
clean
vm:distclean
]
namespace :clean do
desc "Cleans up editor files and other misc crap"
task :crap do
files = (Dir["*~"] + Dir["**/*~"]).uniq
rm_f files, :verbose => $verbose unless files.empty?
end
end
desc 'Move the preinstalled gem setup into place'
task :gem_bootstrap do
unless File.directory?("gems/rubinius")
sh "mkdir -p gems/rubinius"
sh "cp -r preinstalled-gems/bin gems/bin"
sh "cp -r preinstalled-gems/data gems/rubinius/preinstalled"
end
end
desc "Run the Rubinius documentation website"
task :docs do
require 'kernel/delta/options'
require 'rbconfig'
require 'webrick'
require 'lib/rubinius/documentation'
Rubinius::Documentation.main
end
desc "Documents why no spec tasks exist"
task :spec do
puts <<-EOM
The spec and spec:xxx commands are deprecated (and removed).
Use bin/mspec directly. MSpec provides 'pseudo-directories',
which are labels that refer to sets of specs to run. Refer
to spec/default.mspec and the MSpec docs for full details.
The following are likely scenarios for running the specs.
Unless -t <target> is passed to mspec, bin/rbx is run.
Run the CI specs that are run with the default 'rake' command
bin/mspec ci
Run all the RubySpec specs but not Rubinius-specific ones:
bin/mspec
Run all the RubySpec Array specs:
bin/mspec core/array
OR
bin/mspec spec/ruby/core/array
Run spec/ruby/core/array/append_spec.rb:
bin/mspec core/array/append
OR
bin/mspec spec/ruby/core/array/append_spec.rb
Run all the compiler specs:
bin/mspec :compiler
Run all the [language, core, library, capi] specs:
bin/mspec :language
bin/mspec :core
...
Run all the spec/ruby specs using the 'ruby' executable on your path
bin/mspec -tr :ruby
EOM
end
desc "Print list of items marked to-do in kernel/ (@todo|TODO)"
task :todos do
# create array with files to be checked
filesA = Dir['kernel/**/*.*']
# search for @todo or TODO
filesA.sort!.each do |filename|
File.open(filename) do |file|
file.each do |line|
puts "#{filename} #{file.lineno.to_s}:\t#{line.strip}" if line.include?("@todo") or line.include?("TODO")
end
end
end
end
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