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#!/usr/bin/env stack
{- stack script --resolver lts-16.25 --compile
--package base-prelude
--package directory
--package extra
--package process
--package regex
--package safe
--package shake
--package time
-}
{-
-- add this to see packages being installed instead of a long silence:
--verbosity=info
This is one of two collections of maintainer/developer scripts; Makefile is the other.
This one, based on shake, provides a stronger programming language and
more platform independence. It requires stack and will auto-install
the haskell packages above when needed.
Some of the commands below require additional command-line tools, including:
- GNU date (on mac: brew install coreutils)
- groff
- m4
- makeinfo
- pandoc
- sed
Some things that may be useful when working on this:
- https://docs.haskellstack.org/en/stable/GUIDE/#script-interpreter
- watch Shake.hs for compile errors: make ghcid-shake
- load Shake.hs in GHCI: make ghci-shake
- rebuild things when files change with entr (file watcher), eg:
find hledger-lib hledger | entr ./Shake manuals
- view rule dependency graph:
./Shake --report, open report.html?mode=rule-graph&query=!name(/(doc%7Cimages%7Cjs%7Ccss%7Cfonts%7Ctime%7Capi%7Cui%7Ccsv)/)
-}
{-# LANGUAGE MultiWayIf #-}
{-# LANGUAGE NamedFieldPuns #-}
{-# LANGUAGE PackageImports #-}
{-# LANGUAGE QuasiQuotes #-}
{-# LANGUAGE ScopedTypeVariables #-}
import Prelude ()
import "base-prelude" BasePrelude
import "base" Control.Exception as C
-- required packages, keep synced with Makefile -> SHAKEDEPS:
import "directory" System.Directory as S (getDirectoryContents)
import "extra" Data.List.Extra hiding (headDef, lastDef)
import "process" System.Process
import "regex" Text.RE.TDFA.String
import "regex" Text.RE.Replace
import "safe" Safe
import "shake" Development.Shake
import "shake" Development.Shake.FilePath
import "time" Data.Time
-- import "hledger-lib" Hledger.Utils.Debug
usage =
let scriptname = "Shake" in replaceRe [re|/Shake|] ('/':scriptname) $
unlines
---------------------------------------79--------------------------------------
["hledger developer scripts. See also: make help"
,"Usage:"
,"./Shake.hs [CMD [ARGS]] run CMD, compiling this script first if needed"
,"./Shake [CMD [ARGS]] run CMD, using the compiled version of this script"
,"./Shake [help] show this help"
,"./Shake cabalfiles [-c] update */*.cabal files from */package.yaml"
,"./Shake setversion [VER] [PKGS] [-c]"
," update versions in source files to */.version or VER"
," and update */*.cabal files"
,"./Shake cmdhelp [-c] update hledger CLI commands' help texts"
,"./Shake manuals [-c] update all packages' txt/man/info/web manuals"
-- ,"./Shake webmanuals update just the web manuals"
,"./Shake changelogs [-c] [-n/--dry-run]"
," update CHANGES.md files, adding new commits & headings"
,"./Shake docs [-c] update all program docs (CLI help, manuals, changelogs)"
,"./Shake build [PKGS] build hledger packages and their embedded docs"
,"./Shake clean remove generated texts, manuals"
,"./Shake Clean also remove object files, Shake's cache"
,"./Shake FILE build any individual file"
,"./Shake --help list shake build options (--color, --rebuild, etc."
," Keep shake option arguments adjacent to their flag.)"
,""
,"See comments in Shake.hs for more detailed descriptions."
,"Add -c/--commit to have commands commit their changes."
,"Add -V/-VV/-VVV to see more verbose output."
,"Add -B, with nothing immediately after it, to force rebuilding."
]
-- TODO
-- ,"./Shake releasebranch create a new release branch, bump master to next dev version (.99)"
-- ,"./Shake majorversion bump to the next major version project-wide, update affected files"
-- ,"./Shake minorversion PKGS bump one or more packages to their next minor version project-wide, update affected files"
-- ,"./Shake relnotes create draft release notes"
-- groff = "groff -c" ++ " -Wall" -- see "groff" below
m4 = "m4 -P"
makeinfo = "makeinfo --no-split --force --no-warn --no-validate" -- silence makeinfo warnings, comment these to see them
pandoc = "pandoc --strip-comments"
gitcommit = "git commit --allow-empty"
-- We should work with both BSD and GNU sed. Tips:
-- use [a-z] [0-9] instead of \w \d etc.
-- backslash-escape things like: { &
sed = "sed -E"
-- We should work with both BSD and GNU grep.
grep = "grep -E"
-- The kind of markdown used in our doc source files.
fromsrcmd = "-f markdown-smart-tex_math_dollars"
-- The kind of markdown we like to generate for the website.
-- This will be consumed by sphinx extensions:
-- recommonmark (Commonmark syntax, https://spec.commonmark.org)
-- sphinx-markdown-tables (PHP Markdown Extra table syntax, https://michelf.ca/projects/php-markdown/extra/#table)
-- XXX trying to force the use of pipe_tables here, but sometimes it uses html instead
towebmd = "-t markdown-smart-fenced_divs-fenced_code_attributes-simple_tables-multiline_tables-grid_tables-raw_attribute --atx-headers"
main = do
-- Gather some IO values used by rules.
-- hledger manual also includes the markdown files from here:
let commandsdir = "hledger/Hledger/Cli/Commands"
commandmds <-
filter (not . ("README." `isPrefixOf`) . takeFileName) . filter (".md" `isSuffixOf`) . map (commandsdir </>)
<$> S.getDirectoryContents commandsdir
let commandtxts = map (-<.> "txt") commandmds
let sitedir = "site"
pages <- map takeBaseName . filter (".md" `isSuffixOf`) <$> S.getDirectoryContents sitedir
-- Run the shake rule selected by the first command line argument.
-- Other arguments and some custom flags are set aside for the rule
-- to use if it wants.
-- Option arguments should be kept adjacent to their flag or this will go wrong.
(opts, args) <- partition ("-" `isPrefixOf`) <$> getArgs
let
ruleoptnames = [
"--commit", "-c"
,"--dry-run", "--dry", "-n"
]
(ruleopts, shakeopts) = partition (`elem` ruleoptnames) opts
commit = any (`elem` ruleopts) ["--commit", "-c"]
dryrun = any (`elem` ruleopts) ["--dry-run", "--dry", "-n"]
(shakearg, ruleargs) = splitAt 1 args
shakeargs = shakeopts ++ shakearg
-- print (opts,args,shakeopts,shakearg,shakeargs,ruleopts,ruleargs)
withArgs shakeargs $ shakeArgs shakeOptions{
shakeVerbosity=Quiet
-- ,shakeReport=[".shake.html"]
}
$ do
-- The rules.
want ["help"]
phony "help" $ liftIO $ putStr usage
-- NAMES, FILES, URIS, HELPERS
let
-- main package names, in standard build order
packages = [
"hledger-lib"
,"hledger"
,"hledger-ui"
,"hledger-web"
]
pkgdirs = packages
pkgandprojdirs = "" : pkgdirs
cabalfiles = [p </> p <.> "cabal" | p <- packages]
changelogs = map (</> "CHANGES.md") pkgandprojdirs
packagemanversionm4s = [p </> ".version.m4" | p <- packages]
packagemandatem4s = [p </> ".date.m4" | p <- packages]
-- doc files (or related targets) that should be generated
-- before building hledger packages.
-- [(PKG, [TARGETS])]
embeddedFiles = [
-- hledger embeds the plain text command help files and all packages' text/nroff/info manuals
("hledger", commandtxts ++ ["manuals"])
-- hledger-ui imports the hledger-ui manuals from hledger
,("hledger-ui", ["hledger"])
]
-- man page names (manual names plus a man section number), in suggested reading order
manpageNames = [
"hledger.1"
,"hledger-ui.1"
,"hledger-web.1"
]
-- basic manual names, without numbers
manualNames = map manpageNameToManualName manpageNames
-- main markdown+m4 source files for manuals (hledger/hledger.m4.md)
-- These may include additional files using m4.
m4manuals = [manualDir m </> m <.> "m4.md" | m <- manualNames]
-- manuals as plain text, ready for embedding as CLI help (hledger/hledger.txt)
txtmanuals = [manualDir m </> m <.> "txt" | m <- manualNames]
-- manuals as nroff, ready for man (hledger/hledger.1)
nroffmanuals = [manpageDir m </> m | m <- manpageNames]
-- manuals as info, ready for info (hledger/hledger.info)
infomanuals = [manualDir m </> m <.> "info" | m <- manualNames]
-- manuals as sphinx-ready markdown, to be rendered as part of the website (hledger/hledger.webmanual.md)
webmanuals = [manualDir m </> m <.> "webmanual.md" | m <- manualNames]
-- -- old versions of the manuals rendered to html (site/_site/doc/1.14/hledger.html)
-- oldhtmlmanuals = map (normalise . ("site/_site/doc" </>) . (<.> "html")) $
-- [ v </> manpageNameToWebManualName p | v <- docversions, v>="1.0", p <- manpageNames ++ ["manual"] ] ++
-- [ v </> "manual" | v <- docversions, v <"1.0" ] -- before 1.0 there was only the combined manual
-- The directory in which to find this man page.
-- hledger.1 -> hledger/doc, hledger_journal.5 -> hledger-lib/doc
manpageDir m
| '_' `elem` m = "hledger-lib"
| otherwise = dropExtension m
-- The directory in which to find this manual.
-- hledger -> hledger, hledger_journal -> hledger-lib
manualDir m
| '_' `elem` m = "hledger-lib"
| otherwise = m
-- The web manual name (& URI "slug") corresponding to this man page.
-- hledger.1 -> hledger, hledger_journal.5 -> journal
manpageNameToWebManualName m | "hledger_" `isPrefixOf` m = dropExtension $ drop 8 m
| otherwise = dropExtension m
-- The man page corresponding to this web manual name.
-- hledger -> hledger.1, journal -> hledger_journal.5
webManualNameToManpageName u | "hledger" `isPrefixOf` u = u <.> "1"
| otherwise = "hledger_" ++ u <.> "5"
-- VERSION NUMBERS
-- Regenerate .cabal files from package.yaml files, using stack build --dry-run.
-- (used by "cabalfiles" and "setversion")
let docabalfiles = do
-- stack can fail to update cabal files with zero exit status,
-- so we need to to check stderr, and specifically for the error message
-- since all output goes there
err <- fromStderr <$> (cmd Shell "stack build --dry-run" :: Action (Stderr String))
when ("was generated with a newer version of hpack" `isInfixOf` err) $
liftIO $ putStr err >> exitFailure
when commit $ do
let msg = ";update cabal files"
cmd Shell gitcommit ("-m '"++msg++"' --") cabalfiles
-- Update version strings in most "source" files to match what's in PKG/.version.
-- If a version number is provided as first argument, save that in PKG/.version files first.
-- If one or more subdirectories are provided as arguments, save/update only those.
-- Also regenerates .cabal files from package.yaml files.
-- See also CONTRIBUTING.md > Version numbers.
phony "setversion" $ do
let
(mver, dirargs) = (headMay ver', drop 1 ver' ++ dirs')
where (ver',dirs') = span isVersion ruleargs
(specifieddirs, specifiedpkgs) =
case dirargs of [] -> (pkgandprojdirs, pkgdirs)
ds -> (ds, ds)
-- if a version was provided, update .version files in the specified directories
let specifiedversionfiles = map (</> ".version") specifieddirs
case mver of
Just v -> liftIO $ forM_ specifiedversionfiles $ flip maybeWriteFile (v++"\n")
Nothing -> return ()
-- update "source" files depending on .version in the specified packages
let dependents = concat [
map (</> ".version.m4") specifiedpkgs
,map (</> "package.yaml") specifiedpkgs
]
need dependents
-- and maybe commit them
when commit $ do
let msg = unwords [
";bump"
,case dirargs of
[] -> "version"
ds -> intercalate ", " ds ++ " version"
,case mver of
Nothing -> ""
Just v -> "to " ++ v
]
cmd Shell gitcommit ("-m '"++msg++"' --") specifiedversionfiles dependents
docabalfiles
-- PKG/.version.m4 <- PKG/.version, just updates the _version_ macro
"hledger*/.version.m4" %> \out -> do
let versionfile = takeDirectory out </> ".version"
need [versionfile]
version <- ((head . words) <$>) $ liftIO $ readFile versionfile
cmd_ Shell sed "-i -e" ("'s/(_version_}}, *)\\{\\{[^}]+/\\1{{"++version++"/;'") out
-- PKG/package.yaml <- PKG/.version, just updates version strings
"hledger*/package.yaml" %> \out -> do
let versionfile = takeDirectory out </> ".version"
need [versionfile]
version <- ((head . words) <$>) $ liftIO $ readFile versionfile
let ma:jor:_ = splitOn "." version
nextmajorversion = intercalate "." $ ma : (show $ read jor+1) : []
-- One simple task: update some strings in a small text file.
-- Several ugly solutions:
--
-- 1. use haskell list utils. Tedious.
-- old <- liftIO $ readFileStrictly out
-- let isversionline s = "version" `isPrefixOf` (dropWhile isSpace $ takeWhile (not.(`elem` " :")) s)
-- (before, _:after) = break isversionline $ lines old
-- -- oldversion = words versionline !! 1
-- new = unlines $ before ++ ["version: "++version] ++ after
-- liftIO $ writeFile out new
--
-- 2. use regular expressions in haskell. Haskell has no portable,
-- featureful, replacing, backreference-supporting regex lib yet.
--
-- 3. use sed. Have to assume non-GNU sed, eg on mac.
-- Things to update in package.yaml:
--
-- version: VER
cmd_ Shell sed "-i -e" ("'s/(^version *:).*/\\1 "++version++"/'") out
--
-- -DVERSION="VER"
cmd_ Shell sed "-i -e" ("'s/(-DVERSION=)\"[^\"]+/\\1\""++version++"/'") out
--
-- this package's dependencies on other hledger packages (typically hledger-lib, hledger)
--
-- This one is a bit tricky, and we do it with these limitations:
-- a. We handle bounds in one of these forms (allowing extra whitespace):
-- ==A
-- >A
-- >=A
-- >A && <B
-- >=A && <B
-- b. We set
-- the new lower bound to: this package's new version, V
-- the new upper bound if any, to: the next major version after V
-- both of which may not be what's desired.
-- c. We convert > bounds to >= bounds.
--
-- hledger[-PKG] ==LOWER
let versionre = "([0-9]+\\.)*[0-9]+" -- 2 or 3 part version number regexp
cmd_ Shell sed "-i -e" ("'s/(hledger(-[a-z]+)?) *== *"++versionre++" *$/\\1 == "++version++"/'") out
--
-- hledger[-PKG] >[=]LOWER
cmd_ Shell sed "-i -e" ("'s/(hledger(-[a-z]+)?) *>=? *"++versionre++" *$/\\1 >= "++version++"/'") out
--
-- hledger[-PKG] >[=]LOWER && <UPPER
let
pat = "(hledger(-[a-z]+)?) *>=? *"++versionre++" *&& *< *"++versionre++" *$"
rpl = "\\1 >="++version++" \\&\\& <"++nextmajorversion -- This was a beast. These ampersands must be backslash-escaped.
arg = "'s/"++pat++"/"++rpl++"/'"
cmd_ Shell sed "-i -e" arg out
let pkg = takeDirectory out
when (pkg /= "hledger-lib") $ liftIO $ do
putStrLn $ out++": hledger bounds are (improve if needed):"
cmd_ Shell grep "'^ *- +hledger.*[<>=]'" out
" || [[ $? == 1 ]]" -- ignore no matches, https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/427598
phony "cabalfiles" $ docabalfiles
-- MANUALS
-- Generate the manuals in plain text, nroff, info, and markdown formats.
phony "manuals" $ do
need $ concat [
nroffmanuals
,infomanuals
,txtmanuals
,webmanuals
]
when commit $ do
let msg = ";update manuals"
cmd Shell gitcommit ("-m '"++msg++"' --") packagemandatem4s nroffmanuals infomanuals txtmanuals
-- Generate nroff man pages suitable for man output, from the .m4.md source.
-- Also updates the _monthyear_ macro to current month and year in hledger*/.date.m4.
phony "nroffmanuals" $ need nroffmanuals
nroffmanuals |%> \out -> do -- hledger/hledger.1
let src = manpageNameToManualName out <.> "m4.md"
commonm4 = "doc/common.m4"
commandsm4 = "hledger/Hledger/Cli/Commands/commands.m4"
dir = takeDirectory out
pkg = dir
packagemanversionm4 = dir </> ".version.m4"
packagemandatem4 = dir </> ".date.m4"
tmpl = "doc/manpage.nroff"
pkgversion <- liftIO $ readFile $ dir </> ".version"
-- mandate <- formatTime defaultTimeLocale "%B %Y" <$> liftIO getCurrentDay -- XXX not using this.. compare with .date.m4
-- assume any other .m4.md files in dir are included by this one XXX not true in hledger-lib
subfiles <- liftIO $ filter (/= src) . filter (".m4.md" `isSuffixOf`) . map (dir </>) <$> S.getDirectoryContents dir
need $ [src, commonm4, commandsm4, packagemanversionm4, packagemandatem4, tmpl] ++ subfiles
when (dir=="hledger") $ need commandmds
cmd Shell
m4 "-DMAN -I" dir commonm4 commandsm4 packagemanversionm4 packagemandatem4 src "|"
pandoc fromsrcmd "-s" "--template" tmpl
("-V footer='"++pkg++"-"++pkgversion++"'")
"--lua-filter tools/pandoc-drop-html-blocks.lua"
"--lua-filter tools/pandoc-drop-html-inlines.lua"
"--lua-filter tools/pandoc-drop-links.lua"
"-o" out
-- Generate plain text manuals suitable for embedding in
-- executables and viewing with a pager, from the man pages.
-- (Depends on the nroffmanuals.)
phony "txtmanuals" $ need txtmanuals
txtmanuals |%> \out -> do -- hledger/hledger.txt
let src = manualNameToManpageName $ dropExtension out
need [src]
-- cmd Shell groff "-t -e -mandoc -Tascii" src "| col -b >" out -- http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Man-Page/q10.html
-- Workaround: groff 1.22.4 always calls grotty in a way that adds ANSI/SGR escape codes.
-- (groff -c is supposed to switch those to backspaces, which we could
-- remove with col -b, but it doesn't as can be seen with groff -V.)
-- To get plain text, we run groff's lower-level commands (from -V) and add -cbuo.
-- -Wall silences most troff warnings, remove to see them
cmd Shell "tbl" src "| eqn -Tascii | troff -Wall -mandoc -Tascii | grotty -cbuo >" out
-- Generate Info manuals suitable for viewing with info, from the .m4.md source.
phony "infomanuals" $ need infomanuals
infomanuals |%> \out -> do -- hledger/hledger.info
let src = out -<.> "m4.md"
commonm4 = "doc/common.m4"
commandsm4 = "hledger/Hledger/Cli/Commands/commands.m4"
dir = takeDirectory out
packagemanversionm4 = dir </> ".version.m4"
packagemandatem4 = dir </> ".date.m4"
-- assume any other .m4.md files in dir are included by this one XXX not true in hledger-lib
subfiles <- liftIO $ filter (/= src) . filter (".m4.md" `isSuffixOf`) . map (dir </>) <$> S.getDirectoryContents dir
need $ [src, commonm4, commandsm4, packagemanversionm4, packagemandatem4] ++ subfiles
when (dir=="hledger") $ need commandmds
cmd Shell
m4 "-DINFO -I" dir commonm4 commandsm4 packagemanversionm4 packagemandatem4 src "|"
-- sed "-e 's/^#(#+)/\\1/'" "|"
pandoc fromsrcmd
"--lua-filter tools/pandoc-drop-html-blocks.lua"
"--lua-filter tools/pandoc-drop-html-inlines.lua"
"--lua-filter tools/pandoc-drop-links.lua"
-- add "standalone" headers ? sounds good for setting text encoding,
-- but messes up quotes ('a' becomes ^Xa^Y)
-- "-s"
"-t texinfo |"
makeinfo "-o" out
-- WEBSITE MARKDOWN SOURCE
-- Generate the individual web manuals' markdown source, using m4
-- and pandoc to tweak content.
phony "webmanuals" $ need webmanuals
webmanuals |%> \out -> do -- hledger/hledger.webmanual.md, hledger-lib/journal.webmanual.md
let
dir = takeDirectory out -- hledger, hledger-lib
manpage = webManualNameToManpageName $ dropExtension $ dropExtension $ takeFileName out -- hledger, journal
manual = manpageNameToManualName manpage -- hledger, hledger_journal
src = dir </> manual <.> "m4.md"
commonm4 = "doc/common.m4"
commandsm4 = "hledger/Hledger/Cli/Commands/commands.m4"
packageversionm4 = dir </> ".version.m4"
packagemandatem4 = dir </> ".date.m4"
heading = let h = manual
in if "hledger_" `isPrefixOf` h
then drop 8 h ++ " format"
else h
-- assume any other .m4.md files in dir are included by this one XXX not true in hledger-lib
subfiles <- liftIO $ filter (/= src) . filter (".m4.md" `isSuffixOf`) . map (dir </>) <$> S.getDirectoryContents dir
let deps = [src, commonm4, commandsm4, packageversionm4, packagemandatem4] ++ subfiles
need deps
when (manual=="hledger") $ need commandmds
-- add the web page's heading.
-- XXX Might be nice to do this atomically with the below, so
-- make avoid any double refresh when watch docs with entr/livereload.
-- But cmd Shell doesn't handle arguments containing spaces properly.
liftIO $ writeFile out $ unlines [
"<!-- " ++ "Generated by \"Shake webmanuals\" from " ++ unwords deps ++ " -->"
,""
,"# " ++ heading
,""
]
cmd Shell
m4 "-DWEB -I" dir commonm4 commandsm4 packageversionm4 packagemandatem4 src "|"
pandoc fromsrcmd towebmd
"--lua-filter tools/pandoc-demote-headers.lua"
">>" out
-- This rule, for updating the live hledger.org site, gets called by:
-- 1. github-post-receive (github webhook handler), when something is pushed
-- to the main repo on Github. Config:
-- /etc/supervisord.conf -> [program:github-post-receive]
-- /etc/github-post-receive.conf
-- 2. cron, nightly. Config: /etc/crontab
-- 3. manually (make site).
-- phony "hledgerorg" $ do
-- -- XXX ideally we would ensure here that output is logged in site.log,
-- -- but I don't know how to do that for the Shake rules.
-- -- Instead we'll do the logging in "make site".
-- cmd_ Shell
--
-- -- print timestamp. On mac, use brew-installed GNU date.
-- "PATH=\"/usr/local/opt/coreutils/libexec/gnubin:$PATH\" date --rfc-3339=seconds"
-- -- pull latest code and site repos - sometimes already done by webhook, not always
-- "&& printf 'code repo: ' && git pull"
-- "&& printf 'site repo: ' && git -C site pull"
--
-- -- Shake.hs might have been updated, but we won't execute the
-- -- new one, too insecure. Continue with this one.
--
-- Help:
-- ,"./Shake hledgerorg update the hledger.org website (when run on prod)"
-- HLEDGER PACKAGES/EXECUTABLES
-- build [PKGS]
-- Build some or all hledger packages, after generating any doc
-- files they embed or import.
-- This may also update .cabal files from package.yaml files, and/or install haskell deps.
phony "build" $ do
let
pkgs | null args = packages
| otherwise = args
sequence_ [ do
need $ fromMaybe [] $ lookup pkg embeddedFiles
cmd Shell "stack build " pkg :: Action ()
| pkg <- pkgs
]
-- regenerate Hledger/Cli/Commands/*.txt from the .md source files for CLI help
phony "cmdhelp" $ do
need commandtxts
when commit $ do
let msg = ";update CLI usage texts"
cmd Shell gitcommit ("-m '"++msg++"' --") commandtxts
commandtxts |%> \out -> do
let src = out -<.> "md"
need [src]
cmd Shell
pandoc fromsrcmd src "--lua-filter" "tools/pandoc-dedent-code-blocks.lua" "-t plain" ">" out
-- CHANGELOGS
let
-- git log showing short commit hashes
gitlog = "git log --abbrev-commit"
-- git log formats suitable for changelogs/release notes
-- %s=subject, %an=author name, %n=newline if needed, %w=width/indent1/indent2, %b=body, %h=hash
changelogGitFormat = "--pretty=format:'- %s (%an)%n%w(0,2,2)%b\n'"
-- changelogVerboseGitFormat = "--pretty=format:'- %s (%an)%n%w(0,2,2)%b%h' --stat"
-- Format a git log message, with one of the formats above, as a changelog item
changelogCleanupCmd = unwords [
sed
,"-e 's/^( )*\\* /\1- /'" -- ensure bullet lists in descriptions use hyphens not stars
,"-e 's/ \\(Simon Michael\\)//'" -- strip maintainer's author name
,"-e 's/^- (doc: *)?(updated? *)?changelogs?( *updates?)?$//'" -- strip some variants of "updated changelog"
,"-e 's/^ +\\[ci skip\\] *$//'" -- strip [ci skip] lines
,"-e 's/^ +$//'" -- replace lines containing only spaces with empty lines
-- ,"-e 's/\r//'" -- strip windows carriage returns (XXX \r untested. IDEA doesn't like a real ^M here)
,"-e '/./,/^$/!d'" -- replace consecutive newlines with one
]
-- Things to exclude when doing git log for project-wide changelog.
-- git exclude pathspecs, https://git-scm.com/docs/gitglossary.html#gitglossary-aiddefpathspecapathspec
projectChangelogExcludeDirs = unwords [
":!hledger-lib"
,":!hledger"
,":!hledger-ui"
,":!hledger-web"
,":!tests"
]
-- update all changelogs with latest commits
phony "changelogs" $ do
need changelogs
when commit $ do
let msg = ";update changelogs"
cmd Shell gitcommit ("-m '"++msg++"' --") changelogs
-- [PKG/]CHANGES.md
-- Add any new non-boring commits to the specified changelog, in
-- an idempotent way, minimising manual toil, as follows. We look at:
--
-- - the changelog's topmost markdown heading, which can be a
-- dev heading (first word is a git revision like 4fffe6e7) or
-- a release heading (first word is a release version & tag
-- like 1.18.1, second word is a date like 2020-06-21) or a
-- package release heading (hledger-ui-1.18.1).
--
-- - the package version, in the adjacent .version file, which
-- can be a dev version like 1.18.99 (first two digits of last
-- part are 97, 98 or 99) or a release version like 1.18.1
-- (any other cabal-style version).
--
-- The old changelog heading is removed if it was a dev heading;
-- new commits in PKG not prefixed with semicolon are added;
-- and a suitable new heading is added: a release heading if
-- the package version looks like a release version, otherwise
-- a dev heading with the current HEAD revision.
--
-- With -n/--dry-run, print new content to stdout instead of
-- updating the changelog.
--
phonys (\out -> if
| not $ out `elem` changelogs -> Nothing
| otherwise -> Just $ do
tags <- lines . fromStdout <$> (cmd Shell "git tag" :: Action (Stdout String))
oldlines <- liftIO $ lines <$> readFileStrictly out
let
dir = takeDirectory out
mpkg | dir=="." = Nothing
| otherwise = Just dir
(preamble, oldheading:rest) = span isnotheading oldlines
where isnotheading = not . ("#" `isPrefixOf`)
-- changelog version: a hash or the last release version of this package (or the project)
changelogversion = headDef err $ drop 1 $ words oldheading
where err = error $ "could not parse changelog heading: "++oldheading
-- prepend the package name if we are in a package (not the top-level project directory)
maybePrependPackage s = maybe s (++("-"++s)) mpkg
toTag = maybePrependPackage
isOldRelease rev = isReleaseVersion rev && toTag rev `elem` tags
isNewRelease rev = isReleaseVersion rev && not (toTag rev `elem` tags)
-- git revision corresponding to the changelog version:
-- a hash (a3f19c15), package release tag (hledger-ui-1.20), or project release tag (1.20)
lastrev
| isOldRelease changelogversion = toTag changelogversion -- package release tag
| isNewRelease changelogversion =
trace (out ++ "'s version \""++changelogversion++"\" is not yet tagged, can't list changes")
"HEAD"
| otherwise = changelogversion
-- interesting commit messages between lastrev and HEAD, cleaned up
let
interestingpaths = fromMaybe projectChangelogExcludeDirs mpkg
interestingmessages = "--invert-grep --grep '^;'" -- ignore commits beginning with ;
newitems <- fromStdout <$>
(cmd Shell gitlog changelogGitFormat (lastrev++"..") interestingmessages "--" interestingpaths
"|" changelogCleanupCmd :: Action (Stdout String))
-- git revision of current HEAD
headrev <- unwords . words . fromStdout <$>
(cmd Shell gitlog "-1 --pretty=%h -- " interestingpaths :: Action (Stdout String))
-- package version: the version number currently configured for this package (or the project)
packageversion <-
let versionfile = dir </> ".version"
err = error $ "could not parse a version in "++versionfile
in liftIO $ headDef err . words <$> readFileStrictly versionfile
date <- liftIO getCurrentDay
let
-- the new changelog heading will be a final (dated, versioned) heading if
-- the configured package version is a new release version (non-dev & non-tagged)
(newrev, newheading)
| isNewRelease packageversion = (toTag packageversion, unwords [packageversion, show date])
| otherwise = (headrev, headrev)
newcontent = "# "++newheading++"\n" ++ newitems
newchangelog =
unlines preamble
++ newcontent
++ (if isCommitHash changelogversion then "" else oldheading)
++ unlines rest
liftIO $ if
| lastrev == newrev -> pure () -- putStrLn $ out ++ ": up to date"
| dryrun -> putStr $ out ++ ":\n" ++ newcontent
| otherwise -> do
writeFile out newchangelog
putStrLn $ out ++ ": updated to " ++ newrev
)
-- Update all program-specific docs, eg after setversion.
phony "docs" $ need [
"cmdhelp"
,"manuals"
,"changelogs"
]
-- MISC
-- Generate the web manuals based on the current checkout and save
-- them as the specified versioned snapshot in site/doc/VER/ .
-- .snapshot is a dummy file.
-- "site/doc/*/.snapshot" %> \out -> do
-- need webmanuals
-- let snapshot = takeDirectory out
-- cmd_ Shell "mkdir -p" snapshot
-- forM_ webmanuals $ \f -> -- site/hledger.md, site/journal.md
-- cmd_ Shell "cp" f (snapshot </> takeFileName f)
-- cmd_ Shell "cp -r site/images" snapshot
-- cmd_ Shell "touch" out
-- Help:
-- ,"./Shake site/doc/VERSION/.snapshot save current web manuals as this snapshot"
-- Cleanup.
phony "clean" $ do
putNormal "Cleaning object files in tools"
removeFilesAfter "tools" ["*.o","*.p_o","*.hi"]
phony "Clean" $ do
need ["clean"]
putNormal "Cleaning shake build cache"
removeFilesAfter ".shake" ["//*"]
-- Convert numbered man page names to manual names.
-- hledger.1 -> hledger, hledger_journal.5 -> hledger_journal
manpageNameToManualName = dropNumericSuffix
where
dropNumericSuffix s = reverse $
case reverse s of
c : '.' : cs | isDigit c -> cs
cs -> cs
-- Convert manual names to numbered man page names.
-- hledger -> hledger.1, hledger_journal -> hledger_journal.5
manualNameToManpageName s
| '_' `elem` s = s <.> "5"
| otherwise = s <.> "1"
dropDirectory2 = dropDirectory1 . dropDirectory1
readFileStrictly :: FilePath -> IO String
readFileStrictly f = readFile f >>= \s -> C.evaluate (length s) >> return s
-- Write new content to a file, only if it's different.
maybeWriteFile :: FilePath -> String -> IO ()
maybeWriteFile f new = do
old <- readFileStrictly f
when (old /= new) $ writeFile f new
-- | Get the current local date.
getCurrentDay :: IO Day
getCurrentDay = do
t <- getZonedTime
return $ localDay (zonedTimeToLocalTime t)
-- | Replace each occurrence of a regular expression by this string.
replaceRe :: RE -> String -> String -> String
replaceRe re repl = replaceBy re (\_ _ _ -> Just repl)
-- | Replace each occurrence of a regular expression, by transforming
-- each matched text with the given function.
replaceBy :: RE -> (Match String -> RELocation -> Capture String -> Maybe String) -> String -> String
replaceBy re f src = replaceAllCaptures TOP f $ src *=~ re
-- | Does this string look like a valid cabal package version ?
isVersion s = not (null s) && all (`elem` "0123456789.") s
-- | Does this string look like a hledger development version ?
-- Ie a version where the first two digits of the last part are the
-- special values 97, 98 or 99, indicating alpha/beta/rc or whatever.
isDevVersion s = isVersion s && lastpart >= "97"
where lastpart = lastDef "" $ splitOn "." s
-- | Does this string look like a hledger release version ?
-- Ie a cabal package version that's not a hledger development version.
isReleaseVersion s = isVersion s && not (isDevVersion s)
-- | Does this string look like a git commit hash ?
-- Ie a sequence of 7 or more numbers or letters.
isCommitHash s = length s > 6 && all isAlphaNum s
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