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# Copyright 2003, 2004, 2005 Dominic Mazzoni and Matt Brubeck
# Distributed under the GNU General Public License 2.0.
# See the file LICENSE.txt for details.
# Re-written in Bash by Richard Ash 2006 - 2013
function myrmrvf {
# a replacement for rm -rvf that has it's output controlled
# by the value of the first argument
# setting it to 1 makes it verbose, to anything else makes it quiet
if [ $1 -eq 1 ] ; then #verbose mode
echo "rm -rf $*"
rm -rf $*
# quietly
rm -rf $*
function myrmvf {
# a replacement for rm -vf that has it's output controlled
# by the value of the first argument
# setting it to 1 makes it verbose, to anything else makes it quiet
if [ $1 -eq 1 ] ; then #verbose mode
echo "rm -f $*"
rm -f $*
# quietly
rm -f $*
function myfindrm {
# search the file tree removing files that match the specified pattern in
# the second argument, with output controlled by the value of the first
# argument.
# setting it to 1 makes it verbose, to anything else makes it quiet
if [ $1 -eq 1 ] ; then
find . -name "$2" -print -delete
find . -name "$2" -delete
function cleanfulltree {
# does the clean-up op on the full source tree prior to building the full
# tarball
printf "making distclean ... "
if [ $1 -eq 1 ] ; then
make distclean
make distclean 2>/dev/null > /dev/null
if [ ${status} -eq 0 ] ; then
printf "Done\n"
echo "Failed to make distclean: exit status was ${status}"
exit ${status}
printf "removing GIT directories ... "
myrmrvf $1 .git .gitignore
myrmrvf $1 .gitignore
myrmrvf $1 .gitattributes
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing vim / emacs temp files ... "
myfindrm $1 "*~"
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing Python droppings ... "
myfindrm $1 "*.pyc"
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing executable and other intermediate files ... "
myrmvf $1 src/tenacity src/.depend src/.gchdepend
myfindrm $1 config.status
myfindrm $1 config.log
myfindrm $1 config.cache
find . -depth -name 'autom4te.cache' -execdir rm -rf '{}' ';'
find . -depth -name '.deps' -execdir rm -rf '{}' ';'
myfindrm $1 aclocal.m4
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing orphaned symlinks in lib-src/ ... "
myrmvf $1 lib-src/*.a
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing doxygen output files ... "
myrmrvf $1 dox
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing unused libraries from GIT tree ..."
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/libscorealign
printf "Done\n"
# remove all the things we have in GIT for convenience rather than being
# necessary
function slimtree {
printf "removing todo lists ... "
myrmvf $1 todo.txt
printf "Done\n"
# we cannot remove tests/ because subsequent builds fail ...
printf "removing scripts and tests ... "
myrmrvf $1 scripts tests/ProjectCheckTests/
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing libraries that should be installed locally ... "
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/expat lib-src/libid3tag
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/libmad lib-src/libogg
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/libvorbis lib-src/soundtouch
# these bindings aren't built by default, we don't need them
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portaudio-v19/bindings/
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing qa ... "
myrmrvf $1 qa
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing unused portaudio-v19 directories ... "
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portaudio-v19/docs
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portaudio-v19/pa_asio
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portaudio-v19/pa_sgi
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portaudio-v19/pa_mac_sm
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portaudio-v19/testcvs
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing unused portmidi directories ... "
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portmidi/pm_cl
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portmidi/pm_csharp
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portmidi/pm_dylib
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portmidi/pm_java
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portmidi/pm_mingw
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portmidi/pm_python
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portmidi/pm_qt
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portmidi/pm_test
myrmrvf $1 lib-src/portmidi/
printf "Done\n"
printf "removing Nyquist plug-ins that are just for show ... "
myrmvf $1 plug-ins/analyze.ny plug-ins/fadein.ny plug-ins/fadeout.ny
myrmvf $1 plug-ins/undcbias.ny
printf "Done\n"
printf "Removing developer scripts not needed to build tenacity ... "
myrmrvf $1 scripts/mw2html_audacity
printf "Done\n"
printf "Removing Mac and Windows build files ... "
myrmrvf $1 mac
myrmrvf $1 win
printf "Done\n"
echo "Maketarball 2.1.0 -- make an Tenacity distribution tarball"
# check number of arguments, if not one then print a usage message
if [ $# -ne 1 ] ; then
echo "Script to make directory trees for tenacity source tarballs"
echo "Usage: $0 <mode>"
echo "Where mode is either \"quiet\" or \"verbose\""
exit 1
if [ "$1" = "quiet" ] ; then
elif [ "$1" = "verbose" ] ; then
echo "The argument to $0 must be either \"quiet\" or \"verbose\""
exit 1
if [ ! -f "src/Audacity.h" ] ; then
echo "$0 must be run from top-level tenacity directory"
exit 1
# capture some directory information, we'll want it later
sourcedir="$(pwd)" # where the sources are
cd ..
topdir="$(pwd)" # one level up where the tarballs come out
tmpsrc="${topdir}/$(mktemp -d tenacity-src-XXXXXX)" # where initial modifications are done
printf "making copy of source directory ... "
cp -pr "${sourcedir}/." "${tmpsrc}"
cd "${tmpsrc}"
printf "Done\n"
# The script relies on make working, so Makefiles need to be present. This
# means that configure must have been run on the sources. In general, it doesn't
# matter what options, but the generation of a Makefile in lib-src/ in
# particular is important. Check that lib-src/Makefile is present and newer than
# lib-src/ before continuing
# Mac OS X also has problems if libsndfile isn't configured with automake
# dependency turned off, so we should check that libsndfile is clean, and ask
# for reconfiguration if not.
if [ -f "lib-src/Makefile" ] ; then
# we have a Makefile - is it new enough?
t2=$(date +%s -r "lib-src/Makefile")
t1=$(date +%s -r "lib-src/")
if [ $t1 -gt $t2 ] ; then
# not new enough, reconfigure
# if no Makefile, definitely need to configure
# these are the arguments we will pass to configure when it is run
if [ $reconf -eq 1 ] ; then
echo "Your Makefiles are out of date or missing. (Re)running configure to"
echo "create up-to-date Makefiles before building tarballs..."
echo " ./configure ${configargs}"
# if we are in silent mode, then redirect the output of configure
if [ $mode -eq 1 ] ; then
$SHELL -c "./configure ${configargs}"
$SHELL -c "./configure ${configargs}" > /dev/null 2>&1
if [ ${?} -ne 0 ] ; then
echo "Error - configure exited with non-zero status!"
exit 1
# The version number is stored in a C++ header as a set of #defines. Trying to
# parse this with another language (as was done first with Perl and then with
# awk) is always going to be fragile, so we use a C++ pre-processor (which
# strangely enough we are pretty much guaranteed to have) to do it. Essentially
# we have a trivial bit of C++ code stored in-line in this script which is fed
# through the pre-processor to get the version string components where we can
# find them.
if [ ! -x "config.status" ] ; then
echo "config.status is not present or executable - cannot proceed"
exit 1
echo -n "Getting program version ... "
# first off, find out what C++ pre-processor configure has found for us to use
# (because we want the same one that will be used to build Audacity). This is a
# neat trick using the config.status script left behind after configure has
# been run
cppprog="$(echo '@CXX@' | ./config.status --file=-)"
# run the preprocessor, convert output to shell variables, and evaluate to
# define them
eval $(cpp -E <<CPPEOF | sed -e 's/wxT("//g' \
-e 's/")//g' \
-e 's/ //g' \
-e "s/__TDATE__/$(date +%Y%m%d)/" \
-e 's/=/="/' \
-e 's/$/"/' \
-e '/^v_/p' \
-e 'd'
#include "src/Audacity.h"
printf "${version}\n"
# now clean out the directory of all the things we don't need in the
# tarball, prior to building the source tarball
cleanfulltree $mode
# now we have the full source tree, lets slim it down to the bits that
# you actually need to build audacity on a shared library system with the
# relevant libraries installed on the system (e.g. Linux distros)
slimtree $mode
# Rename the source tree to the versioned name
cd "${topdir}"
printf "Renaming source tree ... "
tarname="audacity-minsrc-${version}" # the directory we will find inside tarballs
mv "${tmpsrc}" "${tarname}"
printf "Done\n"
# Tar up that lot as the source tarball
printf "Creating source tarball ... "
tar cf "${tarname}.tar" "${tarname}"
printf "Done\n"
printf "Compressing source tarball ... "
xz "${tarname}.tar"
cd "${tarname}"
printf "Done\n"