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#!/bin/sh
#
# %CopyrightBegin%
#
# Copyright Ericsson AB 2010. All Rights Reserved.
#
# The contents of this file are subject to the Erlang Public License,
# Version 1.1, (the "License"); you may not use this file except in
# compliance with the License. You should have received a copy of the
# Erlang Public License along with this software. If not, it can be
# retrieved online at http://www.erlang.org/.
#
# Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS"
# basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See
# the License for the specific language governing rights and limitations
# under the License.
#
# %CopyrightEnd%
#
# Author: Rickard Green
#
#
# NOTE! This script needs to be portable since it is run on all platforms
# (besides win32). Keep this in mind when updating it.
#
## set `INST_BIN_DEBUG=true' in environment when debugging the script to
## avoid removing, and creating stuff etc...
##
## We do not reset these variables, since values may be passed either via
## environment, or command line arguments.
##
#bindir=
#exec_prefix=
#erlang_bindir=
#DESTDIR=
#EXTRA_PREFIX=
#BINDIR_SYMLINKS=
#LN_S=
tst=
#
# When this script communicates with the user it talks of the parameters
# as they are given to configure if such exist (currently --bindir, and
# --exec-prefix); otherwise, as the variable names used in the top
# Makefile (which calls this script).
#
path_variables="DESTDIR EXTRA_PREFIX exec_prefix bindir erlang_bindir"
DQ=
dbg=
test "$INST_BIN_DEBUG" != "true" || dbg=true
while [ $# -gt 1 ]; do
case "$1" in
--bindir) bindir="$2";;
--exec-prefix) exec_prefix="$2";;
--erlang-bindir) erlang_bindir="$2";;
--destdir) DESTDIR="$2";;
--extra-prefix) EXTRA_PREFIX="$2";;
--bindir-symlinks) BINDIR_SYMLINKS="$2";;
--ln_s) LN_S="$2";;
--test-file) tst="$2";;
*) break;;
esac
shift
shift
done
test $# -gt 0 || {
echo " ERROR: Missing files to install" 1>&2
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,{arg,missing_files}}." > $tst
exit 1;
}
test "$bindir" != "" || {
echo " ERROR: Missing --bindir" 1>&2
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,{arg,missing_bindir}}." > $tst
exit 1
}
test "$exec_prefix" != "" || {
echo " ERROR: Missing --exec-prefix" 1>&2
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,{arg,missing_exec_prefix}}." > $tst
exit 1
}
test "$erlang_bindir" != "" || {
echo " ERROR: Missing erlang_bindir" 1>&2
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,{arg,missing_erlang_bindir}}." > $tst
exit 1
}
# Make sure all paths are absolute
for dir_var in $path_variables; do
eval "dir_path=\"\$$dir_var\""
case "$dir_path" in
/*) ;;
"")
# Empty DESTDIR or EXTRA_PREFIX which is ok
case $dir_var in
DESTDIR|EXTRA_PREFIX) ;;
*)
echo " ERROR: Internal error: \$$dir_var is empty" 1>&2
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,{empty,$dir_var}}." > $tst
exit 1;;
esac
continue;;
*)
case $dir_var in
bindir) flag="--bindir=";;
exec_prefix) flag="--exec-prefix=";;
erlang_bindir) flag="erlang_bindir=";;
DESTDIR) flag="DESTDIR=";;
EXTRA_PREFIX) flag="EXTRA_PREFIX=";;
*) flag="";; # Need to update the script...
esac
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Found path to a directory which was not absolute. All paths needs to
be absolute.
$flag"$dir_path"
EOF
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,{not_abs,'$dir_var'}}." > $tst
exit 1;;
esac
case "$dir_path" in
*[!A-Za-z0-9/=_.-]*) DQ="\"";;
*) ;;
esac
done
# We place temporary check files in the source dir and the target dir. These
# can later be used to verify that our modifications of the paths are
# successful.
test "$dbg" = "true" || {
bchk_file="tmp-erlang-install-bin.$$"
ebchk_file="tmp-erlang-install-erl-bin.$$"
bchk="$DESTDIR$EXTRA_PREFIX$bindir/$bchk_file"
ebchk="$DESTDIR$EXTRA_PREFIX$erlang_bindir/$ebchk_file"
chk_txt="Temporary Erlang/OTP install file."
chk_err=no
# Make sure we haven't got any old ones...
rm -f "$bchk" "$ebchk"
{ { echo "$chk_txt" > "$ebchk"; } 2>/dev/null && test -r "$ebchk"; } || {
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Cannot create files in 'erlang_bindir'.
EOF
chk_err=no_create_erlang_bindir
}
{ { echo "$chk_txt" > "$bchk"; } 2>/dev/null && test -r "$bchk"; } || {
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Cannot create files in '--bindir'.
EOF
chk_err=no_create_bindir
}
{ test $chk_err != no ||
test ! -f "$DESTDIR$EXTRA_PREFIX$bindir/$ebchk_file"; } || {
# Refuse to install in the same directory as the source...
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: '--bindir' and 'erlang_bindir' both points to the same directory. This
can be due to symbolic directory links.
EOF
chk_err=target_and_source_same_dir
}
test $chk_err = no || {
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
--bindir="$bindir"
erlang_bindir="$erlang_bindir"
EXTRA_PREFIX="$EXTRA_PREFIX"
DESTDIR="$DESTDIR"
Note that all absolute directory paths are prefixed by
\$DESTDIR\$EXTRA_PREFIX when accessed.
EOF
rm -f "$bchk" "$ebchk"
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,$chk_err}." > $tst
exit 1
}
}
dirty=no
# Make all paths look good (remove all `.' dirs, `//', and trailing `/').
for dir_var in $path_variables; do
eval "dir_path=\"\$$dir_var\""
test "$dir_path" != "" || continue
ndp=
save_IFS=$IFS
IFS=/
for dir in $dir_path; do
case "$dir" in
"" | ".") continue;;
"..")
case $dir_var in
bindir|erlang_bindir|exec_prefix) dirty=yes;;
*) ;;
esac;;
*) ;;
esac
ndp="$ndp/$dir"
done
IFS=$save_IFS
test "$ndp" != "" || ndp="/"
eval "$dir_var=\"$ndp\""
done
iprfx="$DESTDIR$EXTRA_PREFIX"
# Make sure we didn't mess up
{ $dbg test -f "$iprfx$bindir/$bchk_file" &&
$dbg test -f "$iprfx$erlang_bindir/$ebchk_file"; } || {
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Internal error: Unsuccessfully trimmed the paths
--bindir="$bindir"
erlang_bindir="$erlang_bindir"
--exec-prefix="$exec_prefix"
EXTRA_PREFIX="$EXTRA_PREFIX"
DESTDIR="$DESTDIR"
EOF
$dbg rm -f "$bchk" "$ebchk"
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,bad_trim}." > $tst
exit 1
}
# Now all paths look good...
# $ln_s should be either 'ln -s', 'ln', or 'cp -p'. We don't want to
# maks hard links, so make sure we got 'ln -s'; otherwise, use 'cp -p'
# This is the fallback if we haven't got 'ln -s'
ln_s="cp -p"
type=copy
paths=absolute
abspath_reason=no_ln_s
src_dir="$iprfx$erlang_bindir"
case "X${LN_S}X" in
Xln[\ \ ]*X|X*[\ \ ]ln[\ \ ]*X)
# Got `ln'; check that we also got `-s' flag
case "X${LN_S}X" in
X*[\ \ ]-sX|X*[\ \ ]-s[\ \ ]*X)
# Ok; seems like we got `ln -s'
ln_s="ln -s"
type=link
paths="$BINDIR_SYMLINKS"
test "$BINDIR_SYMLINKS" = "absolute" && abspath_reason=request
# $DESTDIR should *not* be part of src_dir when linking
src_dir="$EXTRA_PREFIX$erlang_bindir"
;;
*) ;;
esac;;
*) ;;
esac
case "$paths" in
absolute|relative) ;;
*) paths=undetermined;;
esac
# Determine if we should use absolute or relative paths for links
test $paths != absolute && {
# If $paths is undetermined, use absolute paths unless both $bindir
# and $erlang_bindir are prefixed by $exec_prefix (which is the normal
# case)
test $paths = relative || paths=absolute
abspath_reason=not_prefix
resolved_bindir="$bindir"
resolved_erlang_bindir="$erlang_bindir"
resolved_exec_prefix="$exec_prefix"
case "$bindir" in
"$exec_prefix"*)
case "$erlang_bindir" in
"$exec_prefix"*) paths=relative;;
*) ;;
esac;;
*);;
esac
# Now paths=absolute|relative
# If we got dirty paths (contains ..) and are going for relative links,
# we need to resolve the paths
test $dirty-$paths = yes-relative && {
# Need to resolve $bindir and $erlang_bindir paths
for dir_var in bindir erlang_bindir exec_prefix; do
eval "dir_path=\"\$$dir_var\""
ndp="/"
save_IFS=$IFS
IFS=/
for dir in $dir_path; do
case "$dir" in
"") ;;
"..")
test "$ndp" != "/" || {
IFS=$save_IFS
paths=absolute
abspath_reason=unreasonable_path
break 2
}
ndp=`dirname "$ndp" 2>/dev/null` || {
IFS=$save_IFS
paths=absolute
abspath_reason=dirname_failed
break 2
};;
*)
if test "$ndp" = "/"; then
ndp="/$dir"
else
ndp="$ndp/$dir"
fi;;
esac
done
IFS=$save_IFS
test "$ndp" != "" || ndp="/"
eval "resolved_$dir_var=\"$ndp\""
done
}
# If we still are going for relative and relative symbolic links have
# not been explicitly requested check that the resolved paths still
# are prefixed by exec_prefix
test $paths = relative && test "$BINDIR_SYMLINKS" != "relative" && {
paths=absolute
abspath_reason=not_prefix
case "$resolved_bindir" in
"$resolved_exec_prefix"*)
case "$resolved_erlang_bindir" in
"$resolved_exec_prefix"*)
paths=relative;;
*) ;;
esac;;
*) ;;
esac
}
# If we still are going for relative check that resolved paths are
# reachable (might not be if the directory structure contains symbolic
# directory links).
test $paths = relative && {
($dbg test -r "$iprfx$resolved_bindir/$bchk_file" &&
$dbg test -r "$iprfx$resolved_erlang_bindir/$ebchk_file" &&
$dbg cd "$iprfx$resolved_bindir" &&
$dbg test -r "./$bchk_file" &&
$dbg cd "$iprfx$resolved_erlang_bindir" &&
$dbg test -r "./$ebchk_file") || {
paths=absolute
abspath_reason=unreachable_absolute
}
}
# If we still are going for relative, calculate the relative path from
# $resolved_bindir to $resolved_erlang_bindir and verify that we
# can reach $erlang_bindir from $bindir via calculated relative path
test $paths = relative && {
relpath=
common=
save_IFS=$IFS
IFS=/
build=false
for dir in $resolved_erlang_bindir; do
test "$dir" != "" || continue
test $build = false || { relpath="$relpath/$dir"; continue; }
cand="${common}/$dir"
case "$resolved_bindir" in
"$cand"*) common="$cand";;
*) relpath="$dir"; build=true;;
esac
done
check=
build=false
test "$common" != "" || build=true
for dir in $resolved_bindir; do
test "$dir" != "" || continue
test $build = true || {
check="${check}/$dir"
test "$check" != "$common" || build=true
continue
}
if test "$relpath" = ""; then
relpath=".."
else
relpath="../$relpath"
fi
done
IFS=$save_IFS
test "$relpath" != "" || {
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Internal error: Computed relative path: .
--bindir="$bindir"
erlang_bindir="$erlang_bindir"
--exec-prefix="$exec_prefix"
EXTRA_PREFIX="$EXTRA_PREFIX"
DESTDIR="$DESTDIR"
BINDIR_SYMLINKS="$BINDIR_SYMLINKS"
EOF
$dbg rm -f "$bchk" "$ebchk"
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,empty_relpath}." > $tst
exit 1
}
# Verify that it works otherwise go for absolute links
if ($dbg cd "$iprfx$bindir" 2>/dev/null && \
$dbg test -r "$relpath/$ebchk_file"); then
src_dir="$relpath"
else
abspath_reason=unreachable_relative
paths=absolute
fi
}
}
# Don't need the temporary check files anymore
$dbg rm -f "$bchk" "$ebchk"
# If we reverted to absolute paths we may have to abort or notify the user
# about this...
case "$paths-$BINDIR_SYMLINKS" in
absolute-absolute) # User requested absolute and got it
case "$abspath_reason" in
no_ln_s)
cat <<EOF
ERROR: Cannot install absolute symbolic links in the '--bindir' directory,
since 'ln -s' does not work. If you want to install using 'cp -p'
invoke 'make install' without setting BINDIR_SYMLINKS.
--bindir="$bindir"
erlang_bindir="$erlang_bindir"
--exec-prefix="$exec_prefix"
EXTRA_PREFIX="$EXTRA_PREFIX"
DESTDIR="$DESTDIR"
BINDIR_SYMLINKS="$BINDIR_SYMLINKS"
Note that all absolute directory paths are prefixed by
\$DESTDIR\$EXTRA_PREFIX when accessed.
EOF
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,$abspath_reason}." > $tst
exit 1;; # Abort...
*)
;;
esac;;
absolute-relative) # User forced relative symbolic links, but we need
# to revert to absolute symbolic links. Print error
# message and abort.
case "$abspath_reason" in
no_ln_s)
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Cannot install relative symbolic links in the '--bindir' directory,
since 'ln -s' does not work. If you want to install using 'cp -p' do
not set BINDIR_SYMLINKS, and invoke 'make install' again.
EOF
;;
not_prefix)
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Internal error: Should not have reverted to absolute paths just
because '--exec-prefix' was not a prefix of '--bindir' and/or
'erlang_bindir' since relative symbolic links were forced.
EOF
;;
unreasonable_path)
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Refusing to install relative symbolic links, since the relative path
potentially could go via \$DESTDIR\$EXTRA_PREFIX/. Make your install
paths a bit more reasonable (preferably) or, do not invoke
'make install' with 'BINDIR_SYMLINKS=relative'.
EOF
;;
unreachable_absolute)
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Could not find '--bindir' and/or 'erlang_bindir' after resolving paths.
The directory structure probably consists of symbolic directory links.
Refusing to install obviously incorrect relative symbolic links. In
order to install absolute symbolic links, invoke 'make install' without
'BINDIR_SYMLINKS=relative'.
EOF
;;
unreachable_relative)
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Could not find 'erlang_bindir' from '--bindir' via computed relative
path. This probably due to symbolic directory links. Refusing to install
obviously incorrect relative symbolic links. In order to install
absolute symbolic links, invoke 'make install' without
'BINDIR_SYMLINKS=relative'.
Computed relative path="$relpath"
EOF
;;
dirname_failed)
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Cannot install relative symbolic links since the 'dirname' command
failed while computing the relative path. The 'dirname' command is only
needed when '--bindir', 'erlang_bindir', and/or '--exec-prefix' contain
relative parts, i.e., '..' parts. If you modify your install paths, it
may be possible to install relative symbolic links. In order to install
absolute symbolic links, invoke 'make install' without
'BINDIR_SYMLINKS=relative'.
EOF
;;
*)
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Refusing to install relative symbolic links. The error description for
\"$abspath_reason\" is however missing.
EOF
;;
esac
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
--bindir="$bindir"
erlang_bindir="$erlang_bindir"
--exec-prefix="$exec_prefix"
EXTRA_PREFIX="$EXTRA_PREFIX"
DESTDIR="$DESTDIR"
BINDIR_SYMLINKS="$BINDIR_SYMLINKS"
Note that all absolute directory paths are prefixed by
\$DESTDIR\$EXTRA_PREFIX when accessed.
EOF
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,$abspath_reason}." > $tst
exit 1;; # Abort...
absolute-*) # Notify the user that we reverted to absolute symbolic links
cat <<EOF
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
EOF
case "$abspath_reason" in
no_ln_s)
cat <<EOF
NOTE: Cannot install symbolic links in the '--bindir' directory, since
'ln -s' does not work. Will create copies using 'cp -p' instead.
EOF
;;
not_prefix)
cat <<EOF
NOTE: Installing absolute symbolic links in the '--bindir' directory to the
'erlang_bindir' directory instead of relative ones. This since at least
one of these directories is not prefixed by '--exec-prefix'. It is
possible to force relative symbolic links if you want that by invoking
the install as 'make BINDIR_SYMLINKS=relative install'.
EOF
;;
unreasonable_path)
cat <<EOF
NOTE: Installing absolute symbolic links in the '--bindir' directory to the
'erlang_bindir' directory instead of relative ones. This since it
potentially would pass outside of '\$DESTDIR\$EXTRA_PREFIX/'.
EOF
;;
unreachable_absolute)
cat <<EOF
NOTE: Installing absolute symbolic links in the '--bindir' directory to the
'erlang_bindir' instead of relative ones. This since at least one of
these directory could not be found after resolving paths. This is
probably due to symbolic directory links.
EOF
;;
unreachable_relative)
cat <<EOF
NOTE: Installing absolute symbolic links in the '--bindir' directory to the
'erlang_bindir' directory instead of relative ones. This since the
'erlang_bindir' directory could not be found from the '--bindir'
directory using the computed relative path. This is probably due
to symbolic directory links.
Computed relative path="$relpath"
EOF
;;
dirname_failed)
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
NOTE: Installing absolute symbolic links in the '--bindir' directory to the
'erlang_bindir' directory instead of relative ones. This since the
'dirname' command failed while computing the relative path. The
'dirname' command is only needed when '--bindir', 'erlang_bindir',
and/or '--exec-prefix' contain relative parts, i.e., '..' parts. If
you modify your install paths, it may be possible to install relative
symbolic links.
EOF
;;
*)
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
NOTE: Installing absolute symbolic links in the '--bindir' directory
to the 'erlang_bindir' instead of relative ones. The notification
description for "$abspath_reason" is however missing.
EOF
;;
esac
cat <<EOF
--bindir="$bindir"
erlang_bindir="$erlang_bindir"
--exec-prefix="$exec_prefix"
EXTRA_PREFIX="$EXTRA_PREFIX"
DESTDIR="$DESTDIR"
BINDIR_SYMLINKS="$BINDIR_SYMLINKS"
Note that all absolute directory paths are prefixed by
\$DESTDIR\$EXTRA_PREFIX when accessed.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
EOF
;;
*) # relative links
;;
esac
# Now paths=absolute|relative and src_dir is correct (relative bindir)
# cd into "$iprfx$bindir" and do it from there...
echo cd "$DQ$iprfx$bindir$DQ"
$dbg cd "$iprfx$bindir" || {
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,cd_bin_failed}." > $tst
exit 1
}
# Verify that the source files actually exist (done in a separate pass
# before we modify anything, so we leave it untouched if it should fail).
# Note that we will not find them under $src_dir if we use absolute symbolic
# links and $DESTDIR != "". In this case (actually all cases) they can then
# be found under $iprfx$erlang_bindir
test_src_dir="$src_dir"
test "$paths-$type" != "absolute-link" || test_src_dir="$iprfx$erlang_bindir"
for file in "$@"; do
test "$file" != "" || continue
src_file="$test_src_dir/$file"
$dbg test -f "$src_file" || {
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
ERROR: Missing source file: $src_file
--bindir="$bindir"
erlang_bindir="$erlang_bindir"
--exec-prefix="$exec_prefix"
EXTRA_PREFIX="$EXTRA_PREFIX"
DESTDIR="$DESTDIR"
BINDIR_SYMLINKS="$BINDIR_SYMLINKS"
Note that all absolute directory paths are prefixed by
\$DESTDIR\$EXTRA_PREFIX when accessed.
EOF
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,{no_srcfile,\"$src_file\"}}." > $tst
exit 1
}
done
# Remove after possible old install (done in a separate pass since I think
# the output looks nicer than if mixed). Note that we cannot test for existance
# in a portable way, so force remove.
for file in "$@"; do
test "$file" != "" || continue
echo rm -f "$file"
$dbg rm -f "$file"
done
# do it
for file in "$@"; do
echo $ln_s "$DQ$src_dir/$file$DQ" "$file"
$dbg $ln_s "$src_dir/$file" "$file" || {
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{error,{$type,\"$file\",failed}}." > $tst
exit 1
}
done
test "$tst" = "" || echo "{ok,{$paths,\"$iprfx$bindir\",\"$src_dir\"}}." > $tst
exit 0 # Done
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