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# Recursively replace @@include@@ template variables with the referenced file,
# and write the resulting text to stdout.
process_template_includes() {
INCSTACK+="$1->"
# Includes are relative to the file that does the include.
INCDIR=$(dirname $1)
# Clear IFS so 'read' doesn't trim whitespace
local OLDIFS="$IFS"
IFS=''
while read -r LINE
do
INCLINE=$(sed -e '/^[[:space:]]*@@include@@/!d' <<<$LINE)
if [ -n "$INCLINE" ]; then
INCFILE=$(echo $INCLINE | sed -e "s#@@include@@\(.*\)#\1#")
# Simple filename match to detect cyclic includes.
CYCLE=$(sed -e "\#$INCFILE#"'!d' <<<$INCSTACK)
if [ "$CYCLE" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Possible cyclic include detected." 1>&2
echo "$INCSTACK$INCFILE" 1>&2
exit 1
fi
if [ ! -r "$INCDIR/$INCFILE" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Couldn't read include file: $INCDIR/$INCFILE" 1>&2
exit 1
fi
process_template_includes "$INCDIR/$INCFILE"
else
echo "$LINE"
fi
done < "$1"
IFS="$OLDIFS"
INCSTACK=${INCSTACK%"$1->"}
}
# Replace template variables (@@VARNAME@@) in the given template file. If a
# second argument is given, save the processed text to that filename, otherwise
# modify the template file in place.
process_template() (
# Don't worry if some of these substitution variables aren't set.
# Note that this function is run in a sub-shell so we don't leak this
# setting, since we still want unbound variables to be an error elsewhere.
set +u
local TMPLIN="$1"
if [ -z "$2" ]; then
local TMPLOUT="$TMPLIN"
else
local TMPLOUT="$2"
fi
# Process includes first so included text also gets substitutions.
TMPLINCL="$(process_template_includes "$TMPLIN")"
sed \
-e "s#@@PACKAGE@@#${PACKAGE}#g" \
-e "s#@@PACKAGE_FILENAME@@#${PACKAGE_FILENAME}#g" \
-e "s#@@PROGNAME@@#${PROGNAME}#g" \
-e "s#@@CHANNEL@@#${CHANNEL}#g" \
-e "s#@@COMPANY_FULLNAME@@#${COMPANY_FULLNAME}#g" \
-e "s#@@VERSION@@#${VERSION}#g" \
-e "s#@@PACKAGE_RELEASE@@#${PACKAGE_RELEASE}#g" \
-e "s#@@VERSIONFULL@@#${VERSIONFULL}#g" \
-e "s#@@INSTALLDIR@@#${INSTALLDIR}#g" \
-e "s#@@BUILDDIR@@#${BUILDDIR}#g" \
-e "s#@@STAGEDIR@@#${STAGEDIR}#g" \
-e "s#@@SCRIPTDIR@@#${SCRIPTDIR}#g" \
-e "s#@@MENUNAME@@#${MENUNAME}#g" \
-e "s#@@PRODUCTURL@@#${PRODUCTURL}#g" \
-e "s#@@PREDEPENDS@@#${PREDEPENDS}#g" \
-e "s#@@DEPENDS@@#${DEPENDS}#g" \
-e "s#@@PROVIDES@@#${PROVIDES}#g" \
-e "s#@@REPLACES@@#${REPLACES}#g" \
-e "s#@@CONFLICTS@@#${CONFLICTS}#g" \
-e "s#@@ARCHITECTURE@@#${ARCHITECTURE}#g" \
-e "s#@@MAINTNAME@@#${MAINTNAME}#g" \
-e "s#@@MAINTMAIL@@#${MAINTMAIL}#g" \
-e "s#@@REPOCONFIG@@#${REPOCONFIG}#g" \
-e "s#@@SSLREPOCONFIG@@#${SSLREPOCONFIG}#g" \
-e "s#@@SHORTDESC@@#${SHORTDESC}#g" \
-e "s#@@FULLDESC@@#${FULLDESC}#g" \
-e "s#@@DEFAULT_FLAGS@@#${DEFAULT_FLAGS:-}#g" \
-e "s#@@SXS_USER_DATA_DIR@@#${SXS_USER_DATA_DIR:-}#g" \
-e "s#@@USR_BIN_SYMLINK_NAME@@#${USR_BIN_SYMLINK_NAME:-}#g" \
> "$TMPLOUT" <<< "$TMPLINCL"
)
# Setup the installation directory hierachy in the package staging area.
prep_staging_common() {
install -m 755 -d "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}" \
"${STAGEDIR}/usr/bin" \
"${STAGEDIR}/usr/share/applications" \
"${STAGEDIR}/usr/share/gnome-control-center/default-apps" \
"${STAGEDIR}/usr/share/man/man1"
}
get_version_info() {
source "${BUILDDIR}/installer/version.txt"
VERSION="${MAJOR}.${MINOR}.${BUILD}.${PATCH}"
# TODO(phajdan.jr): Provide a mechanism to pass a different package
# release number if needed. The meaning of it is to bump it for
# packaging-only changes while the underlying software has the same version.
# This corresponds to the Release field in RPM spec files and debian_revision
# component of the Version field for DEB control file.
# Generally with Chrome's fast release cycle it'd be more hassle to try
# to bump this number between releases.
PACKAGE_RELEASE="1"
}
stage_install_common() {
echo "Staging common install files in '${STAGEDIR}'..."
# TODO(mmoss) This assumes we built the static binaries. To support shared
# builds, we probably want an install target in scons so it can give us all
# the right files. See also:
# http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=4451
#
# app
# We need to add the debug link so gdb knows to look for the symbols.
DEBUGFILE="${BUILDDIR}/${PROGNAME}.debug"
STRIPPEDFILE="${BUILDDIR}/${PROGNAME}.stripped"
"${BUILDDIR}/installer/common/eu-strip" -o "${STRIPPEDFILE}" -f "${DEBUGFILE}" "${BUILDDIR}/${PROGNAME}"
install -m 755 "${STRIPPEDFILE}" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/${PROGNAME}"
rm "${DEBUGFILE}" "${STRIPPEDFILE}"
# resources
install -m 644 "${BUILDDIR}/resources.pak" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
# TODO(mmoss): This has broken a couple times on adding new .pak files. Maybe
# we should flag all installer files in FILES.cfg and get them from there, so
# there's only one place people need to keep track of such things (and in
# only the public repository).
if [ -r "${BUILDDIR}/chrome_100_percent.pak" ]; then
install -m 644 "${BUILDDIR}/chrome_100_percent.pak" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
install -m 644 "${BUILDDIR}/chrome_200_percent.pak" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
else
install -m 644 "${BUILDDIR}/theme_resources_100_percent.pak" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
install -m 644 "${BUILDDIR}/ui_resources_100_percent.pak" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
fi
# ICU data file; only necessary when icu_use_data_file_flag is set to 1
# in build/common.gypi.
install -m 644 "${BUILDDIR}/icudtl.dat" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
# V8 snapshot files; only necessary when v8_use_external_startup_data is
# set to 1 in build/common.gypi.
if [ -f "${BUILDDIR}/natives_blob.bin" ]; then
install -m 644 "${BUILDDIR}/natives_blob.bin" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
install -m 644 "${BUILDDIR}/snapshot_blob.bin" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
fi
# sandbox
# Rename sandbox binary with hyphen instead of underscore because that's what
# the code looks for, but the build targets can't use hyphens (scons bug?)
install -m 4755 -s "${BUILDDIR}/${PROGNAME}_sandbox" \
"${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/${PROGNAME}-sandbox"
# l10n paks
cp -a "${BUILDDIR}/locales" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
find "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/locales" -type f -exec chmod 644 '{}' \;
find "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/locales" -type d -exec chmod 755 '{}' \;
# Widevine CDM.
if [ -f "${BUILDDIR}/libwidevinecdmadapter.so" ]; then
install -m 644 -s "${BUILDDIR}/libwidevinecdmadapter.so" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
install -m 644 "${BUILDDIR}/libwidevinecdm.so" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
fi
# Pepper Flash.
PEPPERFLASH_SRCDIR="${BUILDDIR}/PepperFlash"
PEPPERFLASH_DESTDIR="${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/PepperFlash"
install -m 755 -d "${PEPPERFLASH_DESTDIR}"
install -m 644 -s "${PEPPERFLASH_SRCDIR}/libpepflashplayer.so" \
"${PEPPERFLASH_DESTDIR}/"
install -m 644 "${PEPPERFLASH_SRCDIR}/manifest.json" \
"${PEPPERFLASH_DESTDIR}/"
# peerconnection shared library
if [ -f "${BUILDDIR}/lib/libpeerconnection.so" ]; then
install -m 755 -d "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/lib/"
install -m 644 -s "${BUILDDIR}/lib/libpeerconnection.so" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/lib/"
fi
# libc++
if [ -f "${BUILDDIR}/lib/libc++.so" ]; then
install -m 755 -d "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/lib/"
install -m 644 -s "${BUILDDIR}/lib/libc++.so" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/lib/"
fi
# nacl_helper and nacl_helper_bootstrap
# Don't use "-s" (strip) because this runs binutils "strip", which
# mangles the special ELF program headers of nacl_helper_bootstrap.
# Explicitly use eu-strip instead, because it doesn't have that problem.
for file in nacl_helper nacl_helper_bootstrap; do
buildfile="${BUILDDIR}/${file}"
if [ -f "${buildfile}" ]; then
strippedfile="${buildfile}.stripped"
debugfile="${buildfile}.debug"
"${BUILDDIR}/installer/common/eu-strip" -o "${strippedfile}" -f "${debugfile}" "${buildfile}"
install -m 755 "${strippedfile}" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/${file}"
fi
done
# Don't use "-s" (strip) because this would use the Linux toolchain to
# strip the NaCl binary, which has the potential to break it. It
# certainly resets the OSABI and ABIVERSION fields to non-NaCl values,
# although the NaCl IRT loader doesn't care about these fields. In any
# case, the IRT binaries are already stripped by NaCl's build process.
for filename in ${BUILDDIR}/nacl_irt_*.nexe; do
# Re-check the filename in case globbing matched nothing.
if [ -f "$filename" ]; then
install -m 644 "$filename" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/`basename "$filename"`"
fi
done
# default apps
if [ -d "${BUILDDIR}/default_apps" ]; then
cp -a "${BUILDDIR}/default_apps" "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
find "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/default_apps" -type d -exec chmod 755 '{}' \;
find "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/default_apps" -type f -exec chmod 644 '{}' \;
fi
# launcher script and symlink
process_template "${BUILDDIR}/installer/common/wrapper" \
"${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/${PACKAGE}"
chmod 755 "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/${PACKAGE}"
if [ ! -f "${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/google-chrome" ]; then
ln -sn "${INSTALLDIR}/${PACKAGE}" \
"${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/google-chrome"
fi
ln -snf "${INSTALLDIR}/${PACKAGE}" \
"${STAGEDIR}/usr/bin/${USR_BIN_SYMLINK_NAME}"
# app icons
install -m 644 \
"${BUILDDIR}/installer/theme/product_logo_"*.png \
"${BUILDDIR}/installer/theme/product_logo_32.xpm" \
"${STAGEDIR}/${INSTALLDIR}/"
# desktop integration
install -m 755 "${BUILDDIR}/xdg-mime" "${STAGEDIR}${INSTALLDIR}/"
install -m 755 "${BUILDDIR}/xdg-settings" "${STAGEDIR}${INSTALLDIR}/"
process_template "${BUILDDIR}/installer/common/desktop.template" \
"${STAGEDIR}/usr/share/applications/${PACKAGE}.desktop"
chmod 644 "${STAGEDIR}/usr/share/applications/${PACKAGE}.desktop"
process_template "${BUILDDIR}/installer/common/default-app.template" \
"${STAGEDIR}/usr/share/gnome-control-center/default-apps/${PACKAGE}.xml"
chmod 644 "${STAGEDIR}/usr/share/gnome-control-center/default-apps/${PACKAGE}.xml"
process_template "${BUILDDIR}/installer/common/default-app-block.template" \
"${STAGEDIR}${INSTALLDIR}/default-app-block"
chmod 644 "${STAGEDIR}${INSTALLDIR}/default-app-block"
# documentation
install -m 755 "${BUILDDIR}/${PROGNAME}.1" \
"${STAGEDIR}/usr/share/man/man1/${PACKAGE}.1"
}