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#!/bin/sh
# NOTE: this script is largely inspired by Meteor install script,
# which can be found here: https://install.meteor.com
## NOTE sh NOT bash. This script should be POSIX sh only, since we don't
## know what shell the user has. Debian uses 'dash' for 'sh', for
## example.
# Is RESTX already installed (in /usr/local/bin (engine) or /usr/bin
# (pre-engine)? If so, just ask the user to run the upgrade command
PREFIX="${RESTX_BIN:-/usr/local}"
if [ -x /usr/local/bin/restx ] || [ -x /usr/bin/restx ] || [ -x $PREFIX/bin/restx ]; then
cat <<"EOF"
RESTX is already installed, to update it:
(1) run the 'restx' command
(2) run 'shell upgrade' command inside restx shell
If you want to reinstall it from scratch:
(1) run 'rm `which restx`'
(2) relaunch this script
You can also check the docs at
http://restx.io/docs/
EOF
exit 0
fi
set -e
set -u
# Let's display everything on stderr.
exec 1>&2
UNAME=`uname`
if [ "$UNAME" != "Linux" -a "$UNAME" != "Darwin" ] ; then
echo "Sorry, this OS is not supported yet."
exit 1
fi
trap "echo Installation failed." EXIT
# If you already have an existing installation (but don't have restx in PATH), we do a clean
# install here:
[ -e "$HOME/.restx" ] && rm -rf "$HOME/.restx"
if [ "${1:-unset}" = "unset" ] ; then
# get current version from web site
VERSION=`curl -Ls http://restx.io/version | head -n 1`
# get current tarball URL from web site
TARBALL_URL=`curl -Ls http://restx.io/version | tail -n 1`
# the url has no extension on web site, because it's used for updates where choosing between zip and tar.gz
# depends on platform
TARBALL_URL="$TARBALL_URL.tar.gz"
else
VERSION=$1
if [ "${2:-unset}" = "unset" ] ; then
TARBALL_URL="http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/io/restx/restx-package/${VERSION}/restx-package-${VERSION}.tar.gz"
else
TARBALL_URL=$2
fi
fi
INSTALL_TMPDIR="$HOME/.restx-install-tmp"
rm -rf "$INSTALL_TMPDIR"
mkdir "$INSTALL_TMPDIR"
echo "Downloading RESTX $VERSION distribution"
curl --progress-bar --fail "$TARBALL_URL" | tar -xzf - -C "$INSTALL_TMPDIR"
# bomb out if it didn't work, eg no net
test -x "${INSTALL_TMPDIR}/restx"
mv "${INSTALL_TMPDIR}" "$HOME/.restx"
# just double-checking :)
test -x "$HOME/.restx/restx"
echo
echo "RESTX $VERSION has been installed in your home directory (~/.restx)."
LAUNCHER="$HOME/.restx/restx"
if ln -s "$LAUNCHER" "$PREFIX/bin/restx" >/dev/null 2>&1; then
echo "Writing a launcher script to $PREFIX/bin/restx for your convenience."
cat <<"EOF"
RESTX is now properly installed, you can launch it using the restx command.
To get started, see the docs at:
http://restx.io/docs/
EOF
elif type sudo >/dev/null 2>&1; then
echo "Writing a launcher script to $PREFIX/bin/restx for your convenience."
echo "This may prompt for your password."
if sudo ln -s "$LAUNCHER" "$PREFIX/bin/restx"; then
cat <<"EOF"
RESTX is now properly installed, you can launch it using the restx command.
To get started, see the docs at:
http://restx.io/docs/
EOF
else
cat <<"EOF"
Couldn't write the launcher script. Please either:
(1) Add ~/.restx to your path, or
(2) Rerun this command to try again.
Then to get started, see the docs at
http://restx.io/docs/
EOF
fi
else
cat <<"EOF"
Now you need to do one of the following:
(1) Add ~/.restx to your path, or
(2) Run this command as root:
ln -s ~/.restx/restx /usr/bin/restx
Then to get started, see the docs at
http://restx.io/docs/
EOF
fi
trap - EXIT