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#!/usr/bin/env bash
### ------------------------------- ###
### Helper methods for BASH scripts ###
### ------------------------------- ###
die() {
echo "$@" 1>&2
exit 1
}
realpath () {
(
TARGET_FILE="$1"
CHECK_CYGWIN="$2"
cd "$(dirname "$TARGET_FILE")"
TARGET_FILE=$(basename "$TARGET_FILE")
COUNT=0
while [ -L "$TARGET_FILE" -a $COUNT -lt 100 ]
do
TARGET_FILE=$(readlink "$TARGET_FILE")
cd "$(dirname "$TARGET_FILE")"
TARGET_FILE=$(basename "$TARGET_FILE")
COUNT=$(($COUNT + 1))
done
if [ "$TARGET_FILE" == "." -o "$TARGET_FILE" == ".." ]; then
cd "$TARGET_FILE"
TARGET_FILEPATH=
else
TARGET_FILEPATH=/$TARGET_FILE
fi
# make sure we grab the actual windows path, instead of cygwin's path.
if [[ "x$CHECK_CYGWIN" == "x" ]]; then
echo "$(pwd -P)/$TARGET_FILE"
else
echo $(cygwinpath "$(pwd -P)/$TARGET_FILE")
fi
)
}
# TODO - Do we need to detect msys?
# Uses uname to detect if we're in the odd cygwin environment.
is_cygwin() {
local os=$(uname -s)
case "$os" in
CYGWIN*) return 0 ;;
*) return 1 ;;
esac
}
# This can fix cygwin style /cygdrive paths so we get the
# windows style paths.
cygwinpath() {
local file="$1"
if is_cygwin; then
echo $(cygpath -w $file)
else
echo $file
fi
}
# Make something URI friendly
make_url() {
url="$1"
local nospaces=${url// /%20}
if is_cygwin; then
echo "/${nospaces//\\//}"
else
echo "$nospaces"
fi
}
# This crazy function reads in a vanilla "linux" classpath string (only : are separators, and all /),
# and returns a classpath with windows style paths, and ; separators.
fixCygwinClasspath() {
OLDIFS=$IFS
IFS=":"
read -a classpath_members <<< "$1"
declare -a fixed_members
IFS=$OLDIFS
for i in "${!classpath_members[@]}"
do
fixed_members[i]=$(realpath "${classpath_members[i]}" "fix")
done
IFS=";"
echo "${fixed_members[*]}"
IFS=$OLDIFS
}
# Fix the classpath we use for cygwin.
fix_classpath() {
cp="$1"
if is_cygwin; then
echo "$(fixCygwinClasspath "$cp")"
else
echo "$cp"
fi
}
# Detect if we should use JAVA_HOME or just try PATH.
get_java_cmd() {
# High-priority override for Jlink images
if [[ -n "$bundled_jvm" ]]; then
echo "$bundled_jvm/bin/java"
elif [[ -n "$JAVA_HOME" ]] && [[ -x "$JAVA_HOME/bin/java" ]]; then
echo "$JAVA_HOME/bin/java"
else
echo "java"
fi
}
echoerr () {
echo 1>&2 "$@"
}
vlog () {
[[ $verbose || $debug ]] && echoerr "$@"
}
dlog () {
[[ $debug ]] && echoerr "$@"
}
execRunner () {
# print the arguments one to a line, quoting any containing spaces
[[ $verbose || $debug ]] && echo "# Executing command line:" && {
for arg; do
if printf "%s\n" "$arg" | grep -q ' '; then
printf "\"%s\"\n" "$arg"
else
printf "%s\n" "$arg"
fi
done
echo ""
}
# we use "exec" here for our pids to be accurate.
exec "$@"
}
addJava () {
dlog "[addJava] arg = '$1'"
java_args+=( "$1" )
}
addApp () {
dlog "[addApp] arg = '$1'"
app_commands+=( "$1" )
}
addResidual () {
dlog "[residual] arg = '$1'"
residual_args+=( "$1" )
}
addDebugger () {
addJava "-agentlib:jdwp=transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=n,address=$1"
}
require_arg () {
local type="$1"
local opt="$2"
local arg="$3"
if [[ -z "$arg" ]] || [[ "${arg:0:1}" == "-" ]]; then
die "$opt requires <$type> argument"
fi
}
is_function_defined() {
declare -f "$1" > /dev/null
}
# Attempt to detect if the script is running via a GUI or not
# TODO - Determine where/how we use this generically
detect_terminal_for_ui() {
[[ ! -t 0 ]] && [[ "${#residual_args}" == "0" ]] && {
echo "true"
}
# SPECIAL TEST FOR MAC
[[ "$(uname)" == "Darwin" ]] && [[ "$HOME" == "$PWD" ]] && [[ "${#residual_args}" == "0" ]] && {
echo "true"
}
}
# Processes incoming arguments and places them in appropriate global variables. called by the run method.
process_args () {
local no_more_snp_opts=0
while [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; do
case "$1" in
--) shift && no_more_snp_opts=1 && break ;;
-h|-help) usage; exit 1 ;;
-v|-verbose) verbose=1 && shift ;;
-d|-debug) debug=1 && shift ;;
-no-version-check) no_version_check=1 && shift ;;
-mem) echo "!! WARNING !! -mem option is ignored. Please use -J-Xmx and -J-Xms" && shift 2 ;;
-jvm-debug) require_arg port "$1" "$2" && addDebugger $2 && shift 2 ;;
-main) custom_mainclass="$2" && shift 2 ;;
-java-home) require_arg path "$1" "$2" && jre=`eval echo $2` && java_cmd="$jre/bin/java" && shift 2 ;;
-D*|-agentlib*|-XX*) addJava "$1" && shift ;;
-J*) addJava "${1:2}" && shift ;;
*) addResidual "$1" && shift ;;
esac
done
if [[ no_more_snp_opts ]]; then
while [[ $# -gt 0 ]]; do
addResidual "$1" && shift
done
fi
is_function_defined process_my_args && {
myargs=("${residual_args[@]}")
residual_args=()
process_my_args "${myargs[@]}"
}
}
# Actually runs the script.
run() {
# TODO - check for sane environment
# process the combined args, then reset "$@" to the residuals
process_args "$@"
set -- "${residual_args[@]}"
argumentCount=$#
#check for jline terminal fixes on cygwin
if is_cygwin; then
stty -icanon min 1 -echo > /dev/null 2>&1
addJava "-Djline.terminal=jline.UnixTerminal"
addJava "-Dsbt.cygwin=true"
fi
# check java version
if [[ ! $no_version_check ]]; then
java_version_check
fi
if [ -n "$custom_mainclass" ]; then
mainclass=("$custom_mainclass")
else
mainclass=("${app_mainclass[@]}")
fi
# Now we check to see if there are any java opts on the environment. These get listed first, with the script able to override them.
if [[ "$JAVA_OPTS" != "" ]]; then
java_opts="${JAVA_OPTS}"
fi
# run sbt
execRunner "$java_cmd" \
${java_opts[@]} \
"${java_args[@]}" \
-cp "$(fix_classpath "$app_classpath")" \
"${mainclass[@]}" \
"${app_commands[@]}" \
"${residual_args[@]}"
local exit_code=$?
if is_cygwin; then
stty icanon echo > /dev/null 2>&1
fi
exit $exit_code
}
# Loads a configuration file full of default command line options for this script.
loadConfigFile() {
cat "$1" | sed $'/^\#/d;s/\r$//'
}
# Now check to see if it's a good enough version
# TODO - Check to see if we have a configured default java version, otherwise use 1.6
java_version_check() {
readonly java_version=$("$java_cmd" -version 2>&1 | awk -F '"' '/version/ {print $2}')
if [[ "$java_version" == "" ]]; then
echo
echo No java installations was detected.
echo Please go to http://www.java.com/getjava/ and download
echo
exit 1
else
local major=$(echo "$java_version" | cut -d'.' -f1)
if [[ "$major" -eq "1" ]]; then
local major=$(echo "$java_version" | cut -d'.' -f2)
fi
if [[ "$major" -lt "6" ]]; then
echo
echo The java installation you have is not up to date
echo $app_name requires at least version 1.6+, you have
echo version $java_version
echo
echo Please go to http://www.java.com/getjava/ and download
echo a valid Java Runtime and install before running $app_name.
echo
exit 1
fi
fi
}
### ------------------------------- ###
### Start of customized settings ###
### ------------------------------- ###
usage() {
cat <<EOM
Usage: $script_name [options]
-h | -help print this message
-v | -verbose this runner is chattier
-d | -debug set sbt log level to debug
-no-version-check Don't run the java version check.
-main <classname> Define a custom main class
-jvm-debug <port> Turn on JVM debugging, open at the given port.
# java version (default: java from PATH, currently $(java -version 2>&1 | grep version))
-java-home <path> alternate JAVA_HOME
# jvm options and output control
JAVA_OPTS environment variable, if unset uses "$java_opts"
-Dkey=val pass -Dkey=val directly to the java runtime
-J-X pass option -X directly to the java runtime
(-J is stripped)
# special option
-- To stop parsing built-in commands from the rest of the command-line.
e.g.) enabling debug and sending -d as app argument
\$ ./start-script -d -- -d
In the case of duplicated or conflicting options, basically the order above
shows precedence: JAVA_OPTS lowest, command line options highest except "--".
${{available_main_classes}}
EOM
}
### ------------------------------- ###
### Main script ###
### ------------------------------- ###
declare -a residual_args
declare -a java_args
declare -a app_commands
declare -r real_script_path="$(realpath "$0")"
declare -r app_home="$(realpath "$(dirname "$real_script_path")")"
# TODO - Check whether this is ok in cygwin...
declare -r lib_dir="$(realpath "${app_home}/../lib")"
declare -a app_mainclass=(${{app_mainclass}})
${{template_declares}}
# java_cmd is overrode in process_args when -java-home is used
declare java_cmd=$(get_java_cmd)
# if configuration files exist, prepend their contents to $@ so it can be processed by this runner
[[ -f "$script_conf_file" ]] && set -- $(loadConfigFile "$script_conf_file") "$@"
run "$@"
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