root/main/trunk/release-kits/shared/core/uninstaller/Uninstall.sh @ 23210

Revision 23210, 1.0 KB (checked in by sjm84, 10 years ago)

The uninstaller has been modified so that it no longer will delete files or folders in the top-level directory that do not belong to Greenstone

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1if [ -f "../setup.bash" ]; then
2    #This is Greenstone 2
3    . ../setup.bash > /dev/null
4    SEARCH4J_EXECUTABLE=$GSDLHOME/bin/$GSDLOS/search4j
5
6elif [ -f "../gs2build/setup.bash" ]; then
7    #This is Greenstone 3
8    . ../gs2build/setup.bash > /dev/null
9    SEARCH4J_EXECUTABLE=../bin/search4j
10
11else
12    echo "Couldn't find setup.bash. This copy of Greenstone appears to be corrupt."
13    echo "To manually uninstall, please delete the entire Greenstone home folder."
14    exit
15fi
16
17if [ $GSDLOS = linux ]; then
18    "$SEARCH4J_EXECUTABLE" -p ../packages/jre -l ./uninst.jar
19elif [ $GSDLOS = darwin ]; then
20    "$SEARCH4J_EXECUTABLE" -p /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Home -l ./uninst.jar
21fi
22
23if [ -e "uninst.flag" ]; then
24
25    rm -rf ../packages/jre &> /dev/null
26    rmdir ../packages &> /dev/null
27   
28    rm -rf ../bin &> /dev/null
29       
30    rm uninst.jar &> /dev/null
31    rm uninst.flag &> /dev/null
32    rm Uninstall.* &> /dev/null
33   
34    cd ..
35    CONTENTS=`ls`
36    if [ -z "$CONTENTS" ]; then
37        GSDEL=`pwd`
38        cd ..
39        rmdir $GSDEL &> /dev/null
40    fi
41fi
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