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# Rakefile for Puppet -*- ruby -*-
$: << File.expand_path(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), 'lib'))
begin
require 'rake/reductive'
rescue LoadError
$stderr.puts "You must have the Reductive build library in your RUBYLIB; see http://github.com/lak/reductive-build/tree/master."
exit(14)
end
TESTHOSTS = %w{rh3a fedora1 centos1 freebsd1 culain}
project = Rake::RedLabProject.new("puppet") do |p|
p.summary = "System Automation and Configuration Management Software"
p.description = "Puppet is a declarative language for expressing system
configuration, a client and server for distributing it, and a library
for realizing the configuration."
p.filelist = [
'install.rb',
'[A-Z]*',
'lib/puppet.rb',
'lib/puppet/**/*.rb',
'lib/puppet/**/*.py',
'test/**/*',
'bin/**/*',
'ext/**/*',
'examples/**/*',
'conf/**/*',
'man/**/*'
]
p.filelist.exclude("bin/pi")
p.add_dependency('facter', '1.1.0')
#p.epmhosts = %w{culain}
#p.sunpkghost = "sol10b"
#p.rpmhost = "fedora1"
end
if project.has?(:gem)
# Make our gem task. This actually just fills out the spec.
project.mkgemtask do |task|
task.require_path = 'lib' # Use these for libraries.
task.bindir = "bin" # Use these for applications.
task.executables = ["puppet", "puppetd", "puppetmasterd", "puppetdoc",
"puppetca", "puppetrun", "ralsh"]
task.default_executable = "puppet"
task.autorequire = 'puppet'
#### Documentation and testing.
task.has_rdoc = true
#s.extra_rdoc_files = rd.rdoc_files.reject { |fn| fn =~ /\.rb$/ }.to_a
task.rdoc_options <<
'--title' << 'Puppet - Configuration Management' <<
'--main' << 'README' <<
'--line-numbers'
task.test_file = "test/Rakefile"
end
end
if project.has?(:epm)
project.mkepmtask do |task|
task.bins = FileList.new("bin/puppet", "bin/puppetca")
task.sbins = FileList.new("bin/puppetmasterd", "bin/puppetd")
task.rubylibs = FileList.new('lib/**/*')
end
end
rule(/_is_runnable$/) do |t|
available = false
executable = t.name.sub(/_is_runnable$/, '')
ENV['PATH'].split(':').each do |elem|
available = true if File.executable? File.join(elem, executable)
end
unless available
puts "You do not have #{executable} available in your path"
exit 1
end
end
task :check_build_deps => 'dpkg-checkbuilddeps_is_runnable' do
system("dpkg-checkbuilddeps") || exit(1)
end
task :debian_packages => [ "debian", :check_build_deps, :fakeroot_is_runnable ] do
system("fakeroot debian/rules clean") || exit(1)
system("fakeroot debian/rules binary") || exit(1)
end
def dailyfile(package)
"#{downdir}/#{package}/#{package}-daily-#{stamp}.tgz"
end
def daily(package)
edir = "/tmp/daily-export"
Dir.mkdir edir
Dir.chdir(edir) do
sh %{git clone git://reductivelabs.com/#{package} #{package} >/dev/null}
sh %{tar cf - #{package} | gzip -c > #{dailyfile(package)}}
end
FileUtils.rm_rf(edir)
end
def downdir
ENV['DOWNLOAD_DIR'] || "/opt/rl/docroots/reductivelabs.com/htdocs/downloads"
end
def stamp
[Time.now.year, Time.now.month, Time.now.day].collect { |i| i.to_s}.join
end
pdaily = dailyfile("puppet")
fdaily = dailyfile("facter")
file pdaily do
daily("puppet")
end
file fdaily do
daily("facter")
end
task :daily => [pdaily, fdaily]
task :dailyclean do
Dir.glob("#{downdir}/*/*daily*.tgz").each do |file|
puts "Removing %s" % file
File.unlink(file)
end
end
task :tracdocs do
require 'puppet'
require 'puppet/util/reference'
Puppet::Util::Reference.references.each do |ref|
sh "puppetdoc -m trac -r #{ref.to_s}"
end
end
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