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set -ex
function get_source_version() {
grep "__version__ = '.*'" python/google/protobuf/ | sed -r "s/__version__ = '(.*)'/\1/"
function run_install_test() {
local VERSION=$1
local PYTHON=$2
local PYPI=$3
virtualenv --no-site-packages -p `which $PYTHON` test-venv
# Intentionally put a broken protoc in the path to make sure installation
# doesn't require protoc installed.
touch test-venv/bin/protoc
chmod +x test-venv/bin/protoc
source test-venv/bin/activate
pip install -i ${PYPI} protobuf==${VERSION} --no-cache-dir
rm -fr test-venv
[ $# -lt 1 ] && {
echo "Usage: $0 VERSION ["
echo ""
echo "Examples:"
echo " Test 3.3.0 release using version number 3.3.0.dev1:"
echo " $0 3.0.0 dev1"
echo " Actually release 3.3.0 to PyPI:"
echo " $0 3.3.0"
exit 1
# Make sure we are in a protobuf source tree.
[ -f "python/google/protobuf/" ] || {
echo "This script must be ran under root of protobuf source tree."
exit 1
# Make sure all files are world-readable.
find python -type d -exec chmod a+r,a+x {} +
find python -type f -exec chmod a+r {} +
umask 0022
# Check that the supplied version number matches what's inside the source code.
[ "${VERSION}" == "${SOURCE_VERSION}" -o "${VERSION}.${DEV}" == "${SOURCE_VERSION}" ] || {
echo "Version number specified on the command line ${VERSION} doesn't match"
echo "the actual version number in the source code: ${SOURCE_VERSION}"
exit 1
if [ -z "${DEV}" ]; then
read -p "You are releasing ${VERSION} to PyPI. Are you sure? [y/n]" -r
if [[ ! $REPLY =~ ^[Yy]$ ]]; then
exit 1
# Use dev version number for testing.
sed -i -r "s/__version__ = '.*'/__version__ = '${VERSION}.${DEV}'/" python/google/protobuf/
cd python
# Run tests locally.
python build
python test
# Deploy source package to testing PyPI
python sdist upload -r
# Test locally with different python versions.
run_install_test ${TESTING_VERSION} python2.7
run_install_test ${TESTING_VERSION} python3.4
# Deploy egg/wheel packages to testing PyPI and test again.
python bdist_egg bdist_wheel upload -r
run_install_test ${TESTING_VERSION} python2.7
run_install_test ${TESTING_VERSION} python3.4
echo "All install tests have passed using testing PyPI."
if [ $TESTING_ONLY -eq 0 ]; then
read -p "Publish to PyPI? [y/n]" -r
if [[ ! $REPLY =~ ^[Yy]$ ]]; then
exit 1
echo "Publishing to PyPI..."
# Be sure to run build before sdist, because otherwise sdist will not include
# well-known types.
python clean build sdist upload
# Be sure to run clean before bdist_xxx, because otherwise bdist_xxx will
# include files you may not want in the package. E.g., if you have built
# and tested with --cpp_implemenation, bdist_xxx will include the
# file even when you no longer pass the --cpp_implemenation flag. See:
python clean build bdist_egg bdist_wheel upload
# Set the version number back (i.e., remove dev suffix).
sed -i -r "s/__version__ = '.*'/__version__ = '${VERSION}'/" google/protobuf/