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#!/bin/bash
# Copyright 2016 The Rust Project Developers. See the COPYRIGHT
# file at the top-level directory of this distribution and at
# http://rust-lang.org/COPYRIGHT.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 <LICENSE-APACHE or
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0> or the MIT license
# <LICENSE-MIT or http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT>, at your
# option. This file may not be copied, modified, or distributed
# except according to those terms.
# This is just a little script that can be downloaded from the internet to
# install rustup. It just does platform detection, downloads the installer
# and runs it.
set -u
if [ -z "$RUSTUP_UPDATE_ROOT" ]; then
RUSTUP_UPDATE_ROOT="https://static.rust-lang.org/rustup"
fi
#XXX: If you change anything here, please make the same changes in setup_mode.rs
usage() {
cat 1>&2 <<EOF
rustup-init 1.0.0 (408ed84 2017-02-11)
The installer for rustup
USAGE:
rustup-init [FLAGS] [OPTIONS]
FLAGS:
-v, --verbose Enable verbose output
-y Disable confirmation prompt.
--no-modify-path Don't configure the PATH environment variable
-h, --help Prints help information
-V, --version Prints version information
OPTIONS:
--default-host <default-host> Choose a default host triple
--default-toolchain <default-toolchain> Choose a default toolchain to install
--default-toolchain none Do not install any toolchains
EOF
}
main() {
downloader --check
need_cmd uname
need_cmd mktemp
need_cmd chmod
need_cmd mkdir
need_cmd rm
need_cmd rmdir
get_architecture || return 1
local _arch="$RETVAL"
assert_nz "$_arch" "arch"
local _ext=""
case "$_arch" in
*windows*)
_ext=".exe"
;;
esac
local _url="${RUSTUP_UPDATE_ROOT}/dist/${_arch}/rustup-init${_ext}"
local _dir
_dir="$(mktemp -d 2>/dev/null || ensure mktemp -d -t rustup)"
local _file="${_dir}/rustup-init${_ext}"
local _ansi_escapes_are_valid=false
if [ -t 2 ]; then
if [ "${TERM+set}" = 'set' ]; then
case "$TERM" in
xterm*|rxvt*|urxvt*|linux*|vt*)
_ansi_escapes_are_valid=true
;;
esac
fi
fi
# check if we have to use /dev/tty to prompt the user
local need_tty=yes
for arg in "$@"; do
case "$arg" in
-h|--help)
usage
exit 0
;;
-y)
# user wants to skip the prompt -- we don't need /dev/tty
need_tty=no
;;
*)
;;
esac
done
if $_ansi_escapes_are_valid; then
printf "\33[1minfo:\33[0m downloading installer\n" 1>&2
else
printf '%s\n' 'info: downloading installer' 1>&2
fi
ensure mkdir -p "$_dir"
ensure downloader "$_url" "$_file"
ensure chmod u+x "$_file"
if [ ! -x "$_file" ]; then
printf '%s\n' "Cannot execute $_file (likely because of mounting /tmp as noexec)." 1>&2
printf '%s\n' "Please copy the file to a location where you can execute binaries and run ./rustup-init${_ext}." 1>&2
exit 1
fi
if [ "$need_tty" = "yes" ]; then
# The installer is going to want to ask for confirmation by
# reading stdin. This script was piped into `sh` though and
# doesn't have stdin to pass to its children. Instead we're going
# to explicitly connect /dev/tty to the installer's stdin.
if [ ! -t 1 ]; then
err "Unable to run interactively. Run with -y to accept defaults, --help for additional options"
fi
ignore "$_file" "$@" < /dev/tty
else
ignore "$_file" "$@"
fi
local _retval=$?
ignore rm "$_file"
ignore rmdir "$_dir"
return "$_retval"
}
get_bitness() {
need_cmd head
# Architecture detection without dependencies beyond coreutils.
# ELF files start out "\x7fELF", and the following byte is
# 0x01 for 32-bit and
# 0x02 for 64-bit.
# The printf builtin on some shells like dash only supports octal
# escape sequences, so we use those.
local _current_exe_head
_current_exe_head=$(head -c 5 /proc/self/exe )
if [ "$_current_exe_head" = "$(printf '\177ELF\001')" ]; then
echo 32
elif [ "$_current_exe_head" = "$(printf '\177ELF\002')" ]; then
echo 64
else
err "unknown platform bitness"
fi
}
get_endianness() {
local cputype=$1
local suffix_eb=$2
local suffix_el=$3
# detect endianness without od/hexdump, like get_bitness() does.
need_cmd head
need_cmd tail
local _current_exe_endianness
_current_exe_endianness="$(head -c 6 /proc/self/exe | tail -c 1)"
if [ "$_current_exe_endianness" = "$(printf '\001')" ]; then
echo "${cputype}${suffix_el}"
elif [ "$_current_exe_endianness" = "$(printf '\002')" ]; then
echo "${cputype}${suffix_eb}"
else
err "unknown platform endianness"
fi
}
get_architecture() {
local _ostype _cputype
_ostype="$(uname -s)"
_cputype="$(uname -m)"
if [ "$_ostype" = Linux ]; then
if [ "$(uname -o)" = Android ]; then
_ostype=Android
fi
fi
if [ "$_ostype" = Darwin ] && [ "$_cputype" = i386 ]; then
# Darwin `uname -s` lies
if sysctl hw.optional.x86_64 | grep -q ': 1'; then
_cputype=x86_64
fi
fi
case "$_ostype" in
Android)
_ostype=linux-android
;;
Linux)
_ostype=unknown-linux-gnu
;;
FreeBSD)
_ostype=unknown-freebsd
;;
NetBSD)
_ostype=unknown-netbsd
;;
DragonFly)
_ostype=unknown-dragonfly
;;
Darwin)
_ostype=apple-darwin
;;
MINGW* | MSYS* | CYGWIN*)
_ostype=pc-windows-gnu
;;
*)
err "unrecognized OS type: $_ostype"
;;
esac
case "$_cputype" in
i386 | i486 | i686 | i786 | x86)
_cputype=i686
;;
xscale | arm)
_cputype=arm
if [ "$_ostype" = "linux-android" ]; then
_ostype=linux-androideabi
fi
;;
armv6l)
_cputype=arm
if [ "$_ostype" = "linux-android" ]; then
_ostype=linux-androideabi
else
_ostype="${_ostype}eabihf"
fi
;;
armv7l | armv8l)
_cputype=armv7
if [ "$_ostype" = "linux-android" ]; then
_ostype=linux-androideabi
else
_ostype="${_ostype}eabihf"
fi
;;
aarch64)
_cputype=aarch64
;;
x86_64 | x86-64 | x64 | amd64)
_cputype=x86_64
;;
mips)
_cputype="$(get_endianness $_cputype "" 'el')"
;;
mips64)
_bitness="$(get_bitness)"
if [ "$_bitness" -eq 32 ]; then
if [ "$_ostype" = "unknown-linux-gnu" ]; then
# 64-bit kernel with 32-bit userland
# endianness suffix is appended later
_cputype=mips
fi
else
# only n64 ABI is supported for now
_ostype="${_ostype}abi64"
fi
_cputype="$(get_endianness "$_cputype" "" 'el')"
;;
ppc)
_cputype=powerpc
;;
ppc64)
_cputype=powerpc64
;;
ppc64le)
_cputype=powerpc64le
;;
*)
err "unknown CPU type: $_cputype"
esac
# Detect 64-bit linux with 32-bit userland for x86
if [ "$_ostype" = unknown-linux-gnu ] && [ "$_cputype" = x86_64 ]; then
if [ "$(get_bitness)" = "32" ]; then
_cputype=i686
fi
fi
# Detect 64-bit linux with 32-bit userland for powerpc
if [ $_ostype = unknown-linux-gnu ] && [ $_cputype = powerpc64 ]; then
if [ "$(get_bitness)" = "32" ]; then
local _cputype=powerpc
fi
fi
# Detect armv7 but without the CPU features Rust needs in that build,
# and fall back to arm.
# See https://github.com/rust-lang/rustup.rs/issues/587.
if [ "$_ostype" = "unknown-linux-gnueabihf" ] && [ "$_cputype" = armv7 ]; then
if ensure grep '^Features' /proc/cpuinfo | grep -q -v neon; then
# At least one processor does not have NEON.
_cputype=arm
fi
fi
_arch="${_cputype}-${_ostype}"
RETVAL="$_arch"
}
say() {
printf 'rustup: %s\n' "$1"
}
err() {
say "$1" >&2
exit 1
}
need_cmd() {
if ! check_cmd "$1"; then
err "need '$1' (command not found)"
fi
}
check_cmd() {
command -v "$1" > /dev/null 2>&1
}
need_ok() {
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then err "$1"; fi
}
assert_nz() {
if [ -z "$1" ]; then err "assert_nz $2"; fi
}
# Run a command that should never fail. If the command fails execution
# will immediately terminate with an error showing the failing
# command.
ensure() {
"$@"
need_ok "command failed: $*"
}
# This is just for indicating that commands' results are being
# intentionally ignored. Usually, because it's being executed
# as part of error handling.
ignore() {
"$@"
}
# This wraps curl or wget. Try curl first, if not installed,
# use wget instead.
downloader() {
if check_cmd curl; then
_dld=curl
elif check_cmd wget; then
_dld=wget
else
_dld='curl or wget' # to be used in error message of need_cmd
fi
if [ "$1" = --check ]; then
need_cmd "$_dld"
elif [ "$_dld" = curl ]; then
curl -sSfL "$1" -o "$2"
elif [ "$_dld" = wget ]; then
wget "$1" -O "$2"
else
err "Unknown downloader" # should not reach here
fi
}
main "$@" || exit 1