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#!/bin/sh
#
# 2011-2013 Nico Schottelius (nico-cdist at schottelius.org)
#
# This file is part of cdist.
#
# cdist is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# cdist is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with cdist. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
#
#
# This file contains the heavy lifting found usually in the Makefile
#
basedir=${0%/*}/../
# Change to checkout directory
cd "$basedir"
version=$(git describe)
option=$1; shift
case "$option" in
changelog-changes)
if [ "$#" -eq 1 ]; then
start=$1
else
start="[[:digit:]]"
fi
end="[[:digit:]]"
awk -F: "BEGIN { start=0 }
{
if(start == 0) {
if (\$0 ~ /^$start/) {
start = 1
}
} else {
if (\$0 ~ /^$end/) {
exit
} else {
print \$0
}
}
}" "$basedir/docs/changelog"
;;
changelog-version)
# get version from changelog
grep '^[[:digit:]]' "$basedir/docs/changelog" | head -n1 | sed 's/:.*//'
;;
check-date)
# verify date in changelog is today
date_today="$(date +%Y-%m-%d)"
date_changelog=$(grep '^[[:digit:]]' "$basedir/docs/changelog" | head -n1 | sed 's/.*: //')
if [ "$date_today" != "$date_changelog" ]; then
echo "Date in changelog is not today"
echo "Changelog: $date_changelog"
exit 1
fi
;;
check-unittest)
"$0" test
;;
blog)
version=$1; shift
blogfile=$1; shift
dir=${blogfile%/*}
file=${blogfile##*/}
cat << eof > "$blogfile"
[[!meta title="Cdist $version released"]]
Here's a short overview about the changes found in version ${version}:
eof
$0 changelog-changes "$version" >> "$blogfile"
cat << eof >> "$blogfile"
For more information visit the [[cdist homepage|software/cdist]].
[[!tag cdist config unix]]
eof
cd "$dir"
git add "$file"
# Allow git commit to fail if there are no changes
git commit -m "cdist blog update: $version" "$blogfile" || true
;;
ml-release)
version=$1; shift
to_a=cdist
to_d=l.schottelius.org
to=${to_a}@${to_d}
from_a=nico-cdist
from_d=schottelius.org
from=${from_a}@${from_d}
(
cat << eof
From: Nico -telmich- Schottelius <$from>
To: cdist mailing list <$to>
Subject: cdist $version released
Hello .*,
cdist $version has been released with the following changes:
eof
"$0" changelog-changes "$version"
cat << eof
Cheers,
Nico
--
Automatisation at its best level. With cdist.
eof
) | /usr/sbin/sendmail -f "$from" "$to"
;;
freecode-release)
version=$1; shift
api_token=$(awk '/machine freecode login/ { print $8 }' ~/.netrc)
printf "Enter tag list for freecode release %s> " "$version"
read taglist
printf "Enter changelog for freecode release %s> " "$version"
read changelog
echo "Submit preview"
cat << eof
tag_list = $taglist
changelog = $changelog
version = $version
eof
printf "Press enter to submit to freecode> "
read dummy
cat << eof | cfreecode-api release-add cdist
{
"auth_code": "$api_token",
"release": {
"tag_list": "$taglist",
"version": "$version",
"changelog": "$changelog",
"hidden_from_frontpage": false
}
}
eof
;;
release-git-tag)
target_version=$($0 changelog-version)
if git rev-parse --verify refs/tags/$target_version 2>/dev/null; then
echo "Tag for $target_version exists, aborting"
exit 1
fi
printf "Enter tag description for ${target_version}: "
read tagmessage
git tag "$target_version" -m "$$tagmessage"
;;
release)
set -e
target_version=$($0 changelog-version)
target_branch=$($0 version-branch)
echo "Beginning release process for $target_version"
# First check everything is sane
"$0" check-date
"$0" check-unittest
# Generate version file to be included in packaging
"$0" version
# Ensure the git status is clean, else abort
if ! git diff-index --name-only --exit-code HEAD ; then
echo "Unclean tree, see files above, aborting"
exit 1
fi
# Ensure we are on the master branch
masterbranch=yes
if [ "$(git rev-parse --abbrev-ref HEAD)" != "master" ]; then
echo "Releases are happening from the master branch, aborting"
echo "Enter the magic word to release anyway"
read magicword
if [ "$magicword" = "iknowwhatido" ]; then
masterbranch=no
else
exit 1
fi
fi
if [ "$masterbranch" = yes ]; then
# Ensure version branch exists
if ! git rev-parse --verify refs/heads/$target_branch 2>/dev/null; then
git branch "$target_branch"
fi
# Merge master branch into version branch
git checkout "$target_branch"
git merge master
fi
# Verify that after the merge everything works
"$0" check-date
"$0" check-unittest
# Generate man pages (indirect check if they build)
make man
# Generate speeches (indirect check if they build)
make speeches
#############################################################
# Everything green, let's do the release
# Tag the current commit
"$0" release-git-tag
# Also merge back the version branch
if [ "$masterbranch" = yes ]; then
git checkout master
git merge "$target_branch"
fi
# Publish git changes
make pub
# publish man, speeches, website
if [ "$masterbranch" = yes ]; then
make web-release-all
else
make web-release-all-no-latest
fi
# Ensure that pypi release has the right version
"$0" version
# Create and publish package for pypi
make pypi-release
# Archlinux release is based on pypi
make archlinux-release
# Announce change on Freecode
make freecode-release
# Announce change on ML
make ml-release
cat << eof
Manual steps post release:
- linkedin
- hackernews
- reddit
- twitter
eof
;;
test)
export PYTHONPATH="$(pwd -P)"
if [ $# -lt 1 ]; then
python3 -m cdist.test
else
python3 -m unittest "$@"
fi
;;
version-branch)
"$0" changelog-version | cut -d. -f '1,2'
;;
version)
echo "VERSION = \"$(git describe)\"" > cdist/version.py
;;
*)
echo "Unknown helper target $@ - aborting"
exit 1
;;
esac