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RabbitMQ server releases

This repository provides scripts and Makefiles we use to create RabbitMQ server releases. It is organized in the following way:

  • The top-level Makefile manages the source archive.
  • There is a subdirectory inside packaging for each type of package we support.

TL;DR

  • To create a source archive and all supported packages:

    make packages
    
  • To create a source archive and all supported packages, with a given version:

    make packages PROJECT_VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1
    
  • To create all suported packages from an existing source archive:

    make -C packaging SOURCE_DIST_FILE=/path/to/rabbitmq-server-3.8.1-rc.1.tar.xz
    

The standalone package is different because it embeds the build platform's Erlang copy. Thus on Linux for instance, only the linux-x86_64 standalone package will be built. To build the OS X standalone package, you need to run the following command on an OS X build host:

make package-standalone-macosx
# or
make -C packaging package-standalone-macosx SOURCE_DIST_FILE=/path/to/rabbitmq-server-3.8.1-rc.1.tar.xz

Source archive

How to create it

The source archive is created with the following command:

make source-dist

It uses Erlang.mk's PROJECT_VERSION variable to set the version of the source archive. If the variable is unset, Erlang.mk computes a value based on the last tag and the current HEAD.

Here is an example with an explicit version:

make source-dist PROJECT_VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1

The version is automatically propagated to the broker and plugins so they all advertise the same version.

The result is then available in the PACKAGES subdirectory. You can override the output directory with the PACKAGES_DIR variable:

make source-dist PROJDCT_VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1 \
  PACKAGES_DIR=/tmp

By default, two archives are produced:

  • a tar.xz file;
  • a zip file.

You can ask for more/different types by specifying the SOURCE_DIST_SUFFIXES variable:

make source-dist PROJECT_VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1 \
  SOURCE_DIST_SUFFIXES='tar.xz tar.gz'

Supported archive types are:

  • tar.bz2;
  • tar.gz;
  • tar.xz;
  • zip.

What is included

The source archive includes the broker and a set of plugins. The default list of plugins is in the plugins.mk file.

You can override this list by setting the PLUGINS variable to the list you want:

make source-dist PROJECT_VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1 \
  PLUGINS='rabbitmq_shovel rabbitmq_rabbitmq_shovel_management'

Dependencies are automatically included.

Packages

Packages can be built with an existing source archive or create the source archive automatically.

If you want to use an existing archive, use packaging/Makefile:

make -C packaging package-$type \
  SOURCE_DIST_FILE=/path/to/rabbitmq-server-$version.tar.xz \
  ...

This has the following rules:

  • The archive must be a tar.xz file.
  • It can automatically take the only archive available under PACKAGES. However, if there is none or multiple archive, you must specify the SOURCE_DIST_FILE variable.

If you want the source archive to be created automatically, use the top-level Makefile:

make package-$type PROJECT_VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1 ...

Packages are written to PACKAGES_DIR, like the source archive.

Each package type is further described separately because most of them have versioning specificities.

generic-unix package

To create it:

make package-generic-unix

There is no package revision, only the project version and no restriction on it.

packaging/generic-unix/Makefile tries to determine the version based on the source archive filename. If it fails, you can specify the version with the VERSION variable:

make -C packaging package-generic-unix \
  SOURCE_DIST_FILE=rabbitmq-server.tar.xz \
  VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1

Debian package

To create it:

make package-deb

The package may have a different versioning than the project and may include an additional package revision. In particular, the package version can't have any - characters.

packaging/debs/Debian/Makefile tries to determine the version based on the source archive filename. If it fails, you can specify the version with the VERSION variable:

make -C packaging package-deb \
  SOURCE_DIST_FILE=rabbitmq-server.tar.xz \
  VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1

By default, the package version is converted from VERSION with all - characters replaced by ~ (eg. 3.8.1~rc.1 in the example above). If you want to override that conversion, you can specify the DEBIAN_VERSION variable:

make -C packaging package-deb \
  SOURCE_DIST_FILE=rabbitmq-server.tar.xz \
  VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1
  DEBIAN_VERSION=3.8.1~rc.1

RPM package

We support RedHat and OpenSUSE RPM packages and both are created by default:

To create them:

make package-rpm

You can create a single one with:

make package-rpm-fedora
make package-rpm-suse

RPM packages have the same restrictions as Debian packages and use the same default version conversion. To override the converted version, use the RPM_VERSION variable. See the "Debian package" section above for more details.

packaging/RPMS/Fedora/Makefile, which handles both RedHar and OpenSUSE flavors, accepts the RPM_OS variable to set the flavor. It can be:

  • fedora;
  • suse.

Windows package

We create two artefacts:

  • a Zip archive, resembling the generic-unix package;
  • an installer.

To create them:

make package-windows

To create them separately:

make -C packaging/windows     # the Zip archive
make -C packaging/windows-exe # the installer

The Zip archive has no package revision, only the project version and no restriction on it. It supports the same VERSION as the generic-unix package.

The installer requires a product version which must be 4 integers separated by . characters. Furthermore, unlike other packages, this one requires the Zip archive as its input, not the source archive.

So you need to built the Zip archive first, then the installer. You can specify the path to the Zip archive using the ZIP variable:

make -C packaging/windows-exe ZIP=/path/to/rabbitmq-server-windows.zip

By default, the product version is the project version where everything following the third integer was replaced by .0. Thus it's only fine if the version is a semver-based version (eg. 3.8.1-pre.3 or 3.8.2). If the version doesn't conform to that, you need to set the PRODUCT_VERSION variable:

make package-windows PROJECT_VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1 PRODUCT_VERSION=3.8.1.0

Standalone package

This is the equivalent of the generic-unix package with Erlang embbeded.

To create it:

make -C packaging/standalone SOURCE_DIST_FILE=... VERSION=...

There is no package revision, only the project version and no restriction on it.

Unlike other packages, the top-level Makefile and packaging/Makefile provide targets to build the standalone package for specific platforms:

make package-standalone-macosx
make package-standalone-linux-x86_64
make package-standalone-freebsd-x86_64

Cross-build isn't supported so using those targets on incompatible platforms is a no-op.

If you want to build a standalone package for your platform, you can use packaging/standalone/Makefile as described at the beginning of this section.

Building all packages in one go

If you want to build all packages in one command, you can use the following helpers:

# Automatically creates the source archive.
make packages

# Use an existing archive.
make -C packaging package SOURCE_DIST_FILE=...

However, be careful with the versioning! Because all package have incompatible requirements, you can only use a version with 3 integers (like a final semver-based version):

make packages PROJECT_VERSION=3.8.1
make -C packaging packages SOURCE_DIST_FILE=rabbitmq-server-3.8.1.tar.xz

If you do not follow that rule, the build will fail one way or another; probably in the Windows package because of the product version restrictions.

Another possibility is to specify the Windows product version and rely on automatic conversion for Debian and RPM packages (or use the DEBIAN_VERSION and RPM_VERSION variables), but this is untested:

make packages PROJECT_VERSION=3.8.1-rc.1 PRODUCT_VERSION=3.8.1.0