root/main/trunk/greenstone2/makegs2.sh @ 32222

Revision 32014, 6.7 KB (checked in by ak19, 2 years ago)

Remove the imagemagick.tar.gz from ext after it's been unpacked and the necessary contents moved into bin/OS.

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1#!/bin/bash
2
3# run as: ./makegs2.sh [gnome-lib] [imagemagick]
4# If gnome-lib passed in, will compile GS2 using gnome-lib
5# which checks out gnome-lib src from svn if possible and if needed (if no ext/gnome-lib-minimal)
6# If you pass in imagemagick, it will grab the appropriate linux/darwin binary, untar
7# this and put its OS subfolder renamed as imagemagick into the bin/os folder.
8
9# Note, Mac (darwin) machines don't always display all env vars on doing env/printenv,
10# e.g. DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH and DYLD_FALLBACK_LIBRARY_PATH are hidden
11# To display hidden vars follow:
12# http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/6899/print-all-environment-variables-including-hidden-ones
13# but remove capital T from command, making: for _a in {A..Z} {a..z};do _z=\${!${_a}*};for _i in `eval echo "${_z}"`;do echo -e "$_i: ${!_i}";done;done|cat -Tsv
14# into: for _a in {A..Z} {a..z};do _z=\${!${_a}*};for _i in `eval echo "${_z}"`;do echo -e "$_i: ${!_i}";done;done|cat -sv
15# Can redirect the output of the command into files and do a diff to see difference in environment.
16
17getgnomelib=
18getimagick=
19
20# https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20449680/unix-boolean-operators-a-o
21if [[ "x$1" == "xgnome-lib" ]]; then
22    getgnomelib=$1
23elif [[ "x$1" == "ximagemagick" ]]; then
24    getimagick=$1
25fi
26
27if [[ "x$2" == "xgnome-lib" ]]; then
28    getgnomelib=$2
29elif [[ "x$2" == "ximagemagick" ]]; then
30    getimagick=$2
31fi
32
33if [ "x$getgnomelib" != "x" ]; then
34    echo "Will be getting gnomelib"
35fi
36if [ "x$getimagick" != "x" ]; then
37    echo "Will be getting imagemagick"
38fi
39
40if [[ "x$getgnomelib" == "x" && "x$getimagick" == "x" ]]; then
41    echo "Launching with no args"
42fi
43
44gsdlhome=`pwd`
45echo "**** GSDLHOME: $gsdlhome"
46
47bitness=`uname -m`
48# if we're 64 bit, add -fPIC to CFLAGS. Check if bitness contains substring "64"
49if [[ $bitness == *"64"* ]]; then
50  export CFLAGS="-fPIC $CFLAGS"
51  echo "64 bit unix system, incl -fPIC in CFLAGS so it is now: $CFLAGS"
52fi
53
54# Compile by chaining the commands with && so it stops at that stage after an error
55cd $gsdlhome
56if [ "x$getgnomelib" = "xgnome-lib" ]; then
57    ./configure --enable-gnome-lib-ext --enable-apache-httpd \
58    && make \
59    && make install
60else
61    ./configure --enable-apache-httpd \
62    && make \
63    && make install
64fi
65
66status=$?
67echo "****************************************"
68if [ $status = 0 ] ; then
69    # 5. Message to warn user that the env of this x-term uses gnome-lib
70    # and GUIs may not work from this console
71    if [ "x$getgnomelib" = "xgnome-lib" ]; then
72    echo "*** The environment for this console has been set to compile Greenstone with gnome-lib."
73    echo "*** As a result, graphical applications may not work well."
74    echo "*** In such a case, open a new console."
75    else
76    echo "Finished compiling Greenstone2. (Compiled without gnome-lib)"
77    fi
78else
79    echo "@@@ Error compiling up Greenstone. Return status: $status"
80fi
81if [[ $bitness == *"64"* ]]; then
82    echo ""
83    echo "This unix is 64 bit. So added -fPIC to CFLAGS, which is now: $CFLAGS"
84fi
85echo "****************************************"   
86
87# Get the imagemagick precompiled binary for the OS system if compilation was successful
88if [[ "$status" == "0" && "x$getimagick" == "ximagemagick" ]]; then   
89
90    imgpkg=
91   
92    os=`uname`
93
94   if [ "x$os" = "xDarwin" ]; then
95       # The imagemagick binary built on El Capitan (10.11) was made backwards compatible up to and including Mountain Lion (10.8) using the mmacosx-version-min flag.
96       # The kernel version of Mountain Lion is 12.6.0. For El Capitan it's 15.6.0
97       # So any kernel version less than 12, we'll use the Leopard (10.5) imagemagick binary, and for greater, we'll use the El Capitan imgmagick binary
98   
99       # by default on Macs, will resort to the MountainLion-and-later compatible ElCapitan binary
100       imgpkg=http://trac.greenstone.org/export/head/gs2-extensions/imagemagick/trunk/imagemagick-darwin-10.11.tar.gz
101
102       kernelVersion=`uname -r`
103       
104       # kernel version is something like 15.6.0, need the major version number to do integer (not float) comparisons
105
106       # https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20348097/bash-extract-string-before-a-colon
107       # doesn't work, even when put into backticks:
108       # majorKernelVersion=sed 's/\..*//'
109       
110       # Using pure bash solution to substring before first period mark
111       # NOTE: two percent signs gets chars up to the first occurrence of period mark. Single percent sign gets chars up to last period mark.
112       majorKernelVersion=${kernelVersion%%\.*}
113       echo "MacOS major kernel version: $majorKernelVersion"
114
115       # bash evaluates string as integer/vice-versa depending on context
116       # https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/232384/argument-string-to-integer-in-bash
117       # http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/comparison-ops.html
118
119       # El Capitan is MacOS version 10.11 but its kernelVersion is 15.6.0
120       # For MacOS versions older than Mountain Lion/10.8 (kernel 12.6.0) use the Mac Leopard (10.5) imagemagick binary
121       if [ "$majorKernelVersion" -lt "12" ]; then
122       echo "Getting imagemagick built on Mac Leopard"
123       imgpkg=http://trac.greenstone.org/export/head/gs2-extensions/imagemagick/trunk/imagemagick-darwin-10.5.tar.gz
124       else
125       echo "Getting imagemagick built for El Capitan 10.11 (15.6.0) that's compatible with Mountain Lion 10.8 (kernel v 12.6.0) and onwards"
126       fi
127
128       pushd ext
129       curl $imgpkg > imagemagick.tar.gz
130       tar -xzf imagemagick.tar.gz
131       rm -rf ../bin/darwin/imagemagick
132       mv imagemagick/darwin ../bin/darwin/imagemagick
133       popd
134
135   else
136       # linux
137       pushd ext
138       if [[ $bitness == *"64"* ]]; then
139       echo "Getting 64 bit imagemagick precompiled binary"
140       wget http://trac.greenstone.org/export/head/gs2-extensions/imagemagick/trunk/imagemagick-linux-x64.tar.gz
141       tar -xzf imagemagick-linux-x64.tar.gz
142       else
143       echo "Getting 32 bit imagemagick precompiled binary"
144       wget http://trac.greenstone.org/export/head/gs2-extensions/imagemagick/trunk/imagemagick-linux.tar.gz
145       tar -xzf imagemagick-linux.tar.gz
146       fi
147 
148       rm -rf ../bin/linux/imagemagick
149       mv imagemagick/linux ../bin/linux/imagemagick
150       popd
151   fi
152
153   # the setup script in the ext/imagemagick folder clashes with wget because it sets DYLD(_FALLBACK)_LIBRARY_PATH
154   # on sourcing GS2's setup.bash. Since we're not using the imagemagick in the ext folder for GS2, as the
155   # precompiled imagemagick binary is moved into GS2/bin/OS, in a GS2 bin release and now here too (in a compiled GS2),
156   # we can remove ext/imagemagick. The env vars it sets refer to the ext/imagemagick folder anyway, which we don't use
157   # for our GS2 binaries, or for GS2 compiled versions using the precompiled imagemagick binary, as imagemagick will
158   # live in GS2/bin/OS in such cases..
159   rm -rf ext/imagemagick
160   rm -rf ext/imagemagick.tar.gz   
161fi
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