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#!/bin/csh -f # Copyright (c) 2011 FFLAS-FFPACK # written by Brice Boyer (briceboyer) <email@example.com> # adapted from LinBox configuration # # ========LICENCE======== # This file is part of the library FFLAS-FFPACK. # # FFLAS-FFPACK is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify # it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public # License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either # version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU # Lesser General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public # License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software # Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA # ========LICENCE======== #/ set conf = configure.ac set ver = Makefile.am #verbatim second argument of AC_INIT set verb = `grep ^AC_INIT $conf | cut -d',' -f2` #removes spaces and brackets set vern = `echo "$verb" | sed 's/ //g;s/\[//;s/\]//'` echo "Current version is $vern." echo -n "Increment library version ? (y/n)" set answ = $< if ("$answ" == "y") then set line = `fgrep -n ^AC_INIT $conf | cut -d':' -f1` #gets the line set macro = `echo "$vern" | cut -d'.' -f1` #a version number is macro.minor.micro set minor = `echo "$vern" | cut -d'.' -f2` set micro = `echo "$vern" | cut -d'.' -f3` set tmpfile = `mktemp` #tempfile set sedfile = `mktemp` #temp sed file set pmicro = `echo $micro` @ pmicro ++ set pminor = `echo $minor` @ pminor ++ set pmacro = `echo $macro` @ pmacro ++ echo "Increment micro revision number ($vern -> $macro.$minor.$pmicro) ? press '0' " echo "Increment minor revision number ($vern -> $macro.$pminor.0) ? press '1' " echo -n "Increment macro revision number ($vern -> $pmacro.0.0) ? press '2' " set increm = $< switch ($increm) case 0: set newv = "[$macro.$minor.$pmicro]" breaksw case 1: set newv = "[$macro.$pminor.0]" breaksw case 2: set newv = "[$pmacro.0.0]" breaksw default: set newv = "$verb" echo "'$increm' read. Not incrementing anything." breaksw endsw #replacing [ ] and . with escaped version for sed would understand them as 'operators' echo "$line s/$verb/$newv/" | sed 's/\./\\\./g;s/\[/\\\[/g;s/\]/\\\]/g' > $sedfile sed -f $sedfile $conf > $tmpfile #clean up \rm -f $sedfile #diff for changes diff -u0 $conf $tmpfile #if something was changed, confirm incrementation : if ("$newv" != "$verb") then echo -n "Confirmation of incrementation ? (yes/no)" set answ = $< set backupconf = $conf.back$$ if ("$answ" == "yes") then \cp -p $conf $backupconf echo "Back-up of $conf made in $backupconf. Now overwriting $conf." \mv -f $tmpfile $conf else echo "'$answ' read. Not incrementing anything." \rm -f $tmpfile exit 0 ; endif #now change Makefile accordingly echo -n "Incrementing Makefile revision accordingly" set tmpfile = `mktemp` #tempfile set sedfile = `mktemp` #tempfile switch ($increm) case 0: echo -n "s/VERSION.*/VERSION=$macro.$minor.$pmicro/" >> $sedfile breaksw case 1: echo "s/VERSION.*/VERSION=$macro.$pminor.0/" > $sedfile breaksw case 2: echo "s/VERSION.*/VERSION=$pmacro.0.0/" > $sedfile breaksw default: echo "Something abnormal happened" exit 1 breaksw endsw sed -f $sedfile $ver > $tmpfile \rm -f $sedfile diff -u0 $ver $tmpfile echo -n "Confirmation of incrementation ? (yes/no) " set answ = $< if ("$answ" == "yes") then \mv -f $tmpfile $ver echo " your old $conf is destroyed..." \rm -f $backupconf else echo "'$answ' read. Not incrementing anything." echo " your old $conf is restored..." \rm -f $tmpfile \mv -f $backupconf $conf exit 0 endif endif else echo "'$answ' read. Not doing anything." endif exit 0