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# Since we rely on paths relative to the makefile location, abort if make isn't being run from there.
$(if $(findstring /,$(MAKEFILE_LIST)),$(error Please only invoke this makefile from the directory it resides in))
# Note: With Travis CI:
# - the path to urchin is passed via the command line.
# - the other utilities are NOT needed, so we skip the test for their existence.
URCHIN := urchin
ifeq ($(findstring /,$(URCHIN)),) # urchin path was NOT passed in.
# Add the local npm packages' bin folder to the PATH, so that `make` can find them, when invoked directly.
# Note that rather than using `$(npm bin)` the 'node_modules/.bin' path component is hard-coded, so that invocation works even from an environment
# where npm is (temporarily) unavailable due to having deactivated an nvm instance loaded into the calling shell in order to avoid interference with tests.
export PATH := $(shell printf '%s' "$$PWD/node_modules/.bin:$$PATH")
# The list of all supporting utilities, installed with `npm install`.
UTILS := $(URCHIN) replace semver
# Make sure that all required utilities can be located.
UTIL_CHECK := $(or $(shell PATH="$(PATH)" which $(UTILS) >/dev/null && echo 'ok'),$(error Did you forget to run `npm install` after cloning the repo? At least one of the required supporting utilities not found: $(UTILS)))
# The files that need updating when incrementing the version number.
VERSIONED_FILES := package.json
# Define all shells to test with. Can be overridden with `make SHELLS=... <target>`.
SHELLS := sh bash dash zsh # ksh (#574)
# Generate 'test-<shell>' target names from specified shells.
# The embedded shell names are extracted on demand inside the recipes.
SHELL_TARGETS := $(addprefix test-,$(SHELLS))
# Define the default test suite(s). This can be overridden with `make TEST_SUITE=<...> <target>`.
# Test suites are the names of subfolders of './test'.
TEST_SUITE := $(shell find ./test/* -type d -prune -exec basename {} \;)
# Default target (by virtue of being the first non '.'-prefixed in the file).
.PHONY: _no-target-specified
$(error Please specify the target to make - `make list` shows targets. Alternatively, use `npm test` to run the default tests; `npm run` shows all tests)
# Lists all targets defined in this makefile.
.PHONY: list
@$(MAKE) -pRrn : -f $(MAKEFILE_LIST) 2>/dev/null | awk -v RS= -F: '/^# File/,/^# Finished Make data base/ {if ($$1 !~ "^[#.]") {print $$1}}' | egrep -v -e '^[^[:alnum:]]' -e '^$@$$' | sort
# Set of test-<shell> targets; each runs the specified test suites for a single shell.
# Note that preexisting NVM_* variables are unset to avoid interfering with tests, except when running the Travis tests (where NVM_DIR must be passed in and the env. is assumed to be pristine).
@shell='$@'; shell=$${shell##*-}; which "$$shell" >/dev/null || { printf '\033[0;31m%s\033[0m\n' "WARNING: Cannot test with shell '$$shell': not found." >&2; exit 0; } && \
printf '\n\033[0;34m%s\033[0m\n' "Running tests in $$shell"; \
[ -z "$$TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR" ] && for v in $$(set | awk -F'=' '$$1 ~ "^NVM_" { print $$1 }'); do unset $$v; done && unset v; \
for suite in $(TEST_SUITE); do $(URCHIN) -f -s $$shell test/$$suite || exit; done
# All-tests target: invokes the specified test suites for ALL shells defined in $(SHELLS).
.PHONY: test
.PHONY: _ensure-tag
ifndef TAG
$(error Please invoke with `make TAG=<new-version> release`, where <new-version> is either an increment specifier (patch, minor, major, prepatch, preminor, premajor, prerelease), or an explicit major.minor.patch version number)
# Ensures there are version tags in repository
.PHONY: _ensure-current-version
ifeq ($(shell git tag),$(printf ''))
@git fetch --tags
# Ensures that the git workspace is clean.
.PHONY: _ensure-clean
@[ -z "$$(git status --porcelain --untracked-files=no || echo err)" ] || { echo "Workspace is not clean; please commit changes first." >&2; exit 2; }
# Makes a release; invoke with `make TAG=<versionOrIncrementSpec> release`.
.PHONY: release
release: _ensure-tag _ensure-clean _ensure-current-version
@old_ver=`git describe --abbrev=0 --tags --match 'v[0-9]*.[0-9]*.[0-9]*'` || { echo "Failed to determine current version." >&2; exit 1; }; old_ver=$${old_ver#v}; \
new_ver=`echo "$(TAG)" | sed 's/^v//'`; new_ver=$${new_ver:-patch}; \
if printf "$$new_ver" | grep -q '^[0-9]'; then \
semver "$$new_ver" >/dev/null || { echo 'Invalid version number specified: $(TAG) - must be major.minor.patch' >&2; exit 2; }; \
semver -r "> $$old_ver" "$$new_ver" >/dev/null || { echo 'Invalid version number specified: $(TAG) - must be HIGHER than current one.' >&2; exit 2; } \
else \
new_ver=`semver -i "$$new_ver" "$$old_ver"` || { echo 'Invalid version-increment specifier: $(TAG)' >&2; exit 2; } \
fi; \
printf "=== Bumping version **$$old_ver** to **$$new_ver** before committing and tagging:\n=== TYPE 'proceed' TO PROCEED, anything else to abort: " && read response && [ "$$response" = 'proceed' ] || { echo 'Aborted.' >&2; exit 2; }; \
replace "$$old_ver" "$$new_ver" $(VERSIONED_FILES) && \
git commit -m "v$$new_ver" $(VERSIONED_FILES) && \
git tag -a "v$$new_ver"