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## Copyright 2015-2016 CarnĂŤ Draug
## Copyright 2015-2016 Oliver Heimlich
## Copyright 2017 Julien Bect <jbect@users.sf.net>
## Copyright 2017 Olaf Till <i7tiol@t-online.de>
##
## Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification,
## are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright
## notice and this notice are preserved. This file is offered as-is,
## without any warranty.
## Some basic tools (can be overriden using environment variables)
SED ?= sed
TAR ?= tar
GREP ?= grep
CUT ?= cut
TR ?= tr
## Note the use of ':=' (immediate set) and not just '=' (lazy set).
## http://stackoverflow.com/a/448939/1609556
package := $(shell $(GREP) "^Name: " DESCRIPTION | $(CUT) -f2 -d" " | \
$(TR) '[:upper:]' '[:lower:]')
version := $(shell $(GREP) "^Version: " DESCRIPTION | $(CUT) -f2 -d" ")
## This are the paths that will be created for the releases. Using
## $(realpath ...) avoids problems with symlinks.
target_dir := $(realpath .)/target
release_dir := $(target_dir)/$(package)-$(version)
release_tarball := $(target_dir)/$(package)-$(version).tar.gz
html_dir := $(target_dir)/$(package)-html
html_tarball := $(target_dir)/$(package)-html.tar.gz
installation_dir := $(target_dir)/.installation
package_list := $(installation_dir)/.octave_packages
install_stamp := $(installation_dir)/.install_stamp
## These can be set by environment variables which allow to easily
## test with different Octave versions.
ifndef OCTAVE
OCTAVE := octave
endif
OCTAVE := $(OCTAVE) --no-gui --silent --no-history --norc
MKOCTFILE ?= mkoctfile
## Command used to set permissions before creating tarballs
FIX_PERMISSIONS ?= chmod -R a+rX,u+w,go-w,ug-s
## Detect which VCS is used
vcs := $(if $(wildcard .hg),hg,$(if $(wildcard .git),git,unknown))
ifeq ($(vcs),hg)
release_dir_dep := .hg/dirstate
endif
ifeq ($(vcs),git)
release_dir_dep := .git/index
endif
## .PHONY indicates targets that are not filenames
## (https://www.gnu.org/software/make/manual/html_node/Phony-Targets.html)
.PHONY: help
## make will display the command before runnning them. Use @command
## to not display it (makes specially sense for echo).
help:
@echo "Targets:"
@echo " dist - Create $(release_tarball) for release."
@echo " html - Create $(html_tarball) for release."
@echo " release - Create both of the above and show md5sums."
@echo " install - Install the package in $(installation_dir), where it is not visible in a normal Octave session."
@echo " check - Execute package tests."
@echo " doctest - Test the help texts with the doctest package."
@echo " run - Run Octave with the package installed in $(installation_dir) in the path."
@echo " clean - Remove everything made with this Makefile."
##
## Recipes for release tarballs (package + html)
##
.PHONY: release dist html clean-tarballs clean-unpacked-release
## To make a release, build the distribution and html tarballs.
release: dist html
md5sum $(release_tarball) $(html_tarball)
@echo "Upload @ https://sourceforge.net/p/octave/package-releases/new/"
@echo " and note the changeset the release corresponds to"
## dist and html targets are only PHONY/alias targets to the release
## and html tarballs.
dist: $(release_tarball)
html: $(html_tarball)
## An implicit rule with a recipe to build the tarballs correctly.
%.tar.gz: %
$(TAR) -c -f - --posix -C "$(target_dir)/" "$(notdir $<)" | gzip -9n > "$@"
clean-tarballs:
@echo "## Cleaning release tarballs (package + html)..."
-$(RM) $(release_tarball) $(html_tarball)
@echo
## Create the unpacked package.
##
## Notes:
## * having ".hg/dirstate" (or ".git/index") as a prerequesite means it is
## only rebuilt if we are at a different commit.
## * the variable RM usually defaults to "rm -f"
## * having this recipe separate from the one that makes the tarball
## makes it easy to have packages in alternative formats (such as zip)
## * note that if a commands needs to be run in a specific directory,
## the command to "cd" needs to be on the same line. Each line restores
## the original working directory.
$(release_dir): $(release_dir_dep)
-$(RM) -r "$@"
ifeq (${vcs},hg)
hg archive --exclude ".hg*" --type files "$@"
endif
ifeq (${vcs},git)
git archive --format=tar --prefix="$@/" HEAD | $(TAR) -x
$(RM) "$@/.gitignore"
endif
## Don't fall back to run the supposed necessary contents of
## 'bootstrap' here. Users are better off if they provide
## 'bootstrap'. Administrators, checking build reproducibility, can
## put in the missing 'bootstrap' file if they feel they know its
## necessary contents.
ifneq (,$(wildcard src/bootstrap))
cd "$@/src" && ./bootstrap && $(RM) -r "autom4te.cache"
endif
## Uncomment this if your src/Makefile.in has these targets for
## pre-building something for the release (e.g. documentation).
# cd "$@/src" && ./configure && $(MAKE) prebuild && \
# $(MAKE) distclean && $(RM) Makefile
##
${FIX_PERMISSIONS} "$@"
run_in_place = $(OCTAVE) --eval ' pkg ("local_list", "$(package_list)"); ' \
--eval ' pkg ("load", "$(package)"); '
html_options = --eval 'options = get_html_options ("octave-forge");'
## Uncomment this for package documentation.
# html_options = --eval 'options = get_html_options ("octave-forge");' \
# --eval 'options.package_doc = "$(package).texi";'
$(html_dir): $(install_stamp)
$(RM) -r "$@";
$(run_in_place) \
--eval ' pkg load generate_html; ' \
$(html_options) \
--eval ' generate_package_html ("$(package)", "$@", options); ';
$(FIX_PERMISSIONS) "$@";
clean-unpacked-release:
@echo "## Cleaning unpacked release tarballs (package + html)..."
-$(RM) -r $(release_dir) $(html_dir)
@echo
##
## Recipes for installing the package.
##
.PHONY: install clean-install
octave_install_commands = \
' llist_path = pkg ("local_list"); \
mkdir ("$(installation_dir)"); \
load (llist_path); \
local_packages(cellfun (@ (x) strcmp ("$(package)", x.name), local_packages)) = []; \
save ("$(package_list)", "local_packages"); \
pkg ("local_list", "$(package_list)"); \
pkg ("prefix", "$(installation_dir)", "$(installation_dir)"); \
pkg ("install", "-local", "-verbose", "$(release_tarball)"); '
## Install unconditionally. Maybe useful for testing installation with
## different versions of Octave.
install: $(release_tarball)
@echo "Installing package under $(installation_dir) ..."
$(OCTAVE) --eval $(octave_install_commands)
touch $(install_stamp)
## Install only if installation (under target/...) is not current.
$(install_stamp): $(release_tarball)
@echo "Installing package under $(installation_dir) ..."
$(OCTAVE) --eval $(octave_install_commands)
touch $(install_stamp)
clean-install:
@echo "## Cleaning installation under $(installation_dir) ..."
-$(RM) -r $(installation_dir)
@echo
##
## Recipes for testing purposes
##
.PHONY: run doctest check
## Start an Octave session with the package directories on the path for
## interactice test of development sources.
run: $(install_stamp)
$(run_in_place) --persist
## Test example blocks in the documentation. Needs doctest package
## https://octave.sourceforge.io/doctest/index.html
doctest: $(install_stamp)
$(run_in_place) --eval 'pkg load doctest;' \
--eval "targets = '$(shell (ls inst; ls src | $(GREP) .oct) | $(CUT) -f2 -d@ | $(CUT) -f1 -d.)';" \
--eval "targets = strsplit (targets, ' '); doctest (targets);"
## Test package.
octave_test_commands = \
' dirs = {"inst", "src"}; \
dirs(cellfun (@ (x) ! isdir (x), dirs)) = []; \
if (isempty (dirs)) error ("no \"inst\" or \"src\" directory"); exit (1); \
else __run_test_suite__ (dirs, {}); endif '
## the following works, too, but provides no overall summary output as
## __run_test_suite__ does:
##
## else cellfun (@runtests, horzcat (cellfun (@ (dir) ostrsplit (([~, dirs] = system (sprintf ("find %s -type d", dir))), "\n\r", true), dirs, "UniformOutput", false){:})); endif '
check: $(install_stamp)
$(run_in_place) --eval $(octave_test_commands)
##
## CLEAN
##
.PHONY: clean
clean: clean-tarballs clean-unpacked-release clean-install
@echo "## Removing target directory (if empty)..."
-rmdir $(target_dir)
@echo
@echo "## Cleaning done"
@echo