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ultimate-vim/sources_non_forked/vim-go/scripts/install-vim
2018-12-17 12:28:27 +01:00

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#!/bin/sh
#
# Install and setup a Vim or Neovim for running tests.
# This should work on both Travis and people's desktop computers, and be 100%
# independent from any system installed Vim.
#
# It will echo the full path to a Vim binary, e.g.:
# /some/path/src/vim
set -euC
vimgodir=$(cd -P "$(dirname "$0")/.." > /dev/null && pwd)
cd "$vimgodir"
vim=${1:-}
case "$vim" in
"vim-7.4")
tag="v7.4.2009"
giturl="https://github.com/vim/vim"
;;
"vim-8.0")
# This follows the version in Arch Linux. Vim's master branch isn't always
# stable, and we don't want to have the build fail because Vim introduced a
# bug.
tag="v8.0.1542"
giturl="https://github.com/vim/vim"
;;
"nvim")
# Use latest stable version.
tag="v0.3.1"
giturl="https://github.com/neovim/neovim"
;;
*)
echo "unknown version: '${1:-}'"
echo "First argument must be 'vim-7.4', 'vim-8.0', or 'nvim'."
exit 1
;;
esac
srcdir="/tmp/vim-go-test/$1-src"
installdir="/tmp/vim-go-test/$1-install"
# Use cached installdir.
if [ -d "$installdir" ]; then
echo "$installdir exists; skipping build."
# The ./scripts/test script relies on this.
echo "installed to: $installdir"
exit 0
fi
mkdir -p "$srcdir"
cd "$srcdir"
# Neovim build requires more deps than Vim and is annoying, so we use the
# binary.
# 0.2.0 doesn't have a binary build for Linux, so we use 0.2.1-dev for now.
if [ "$1" = "nvim" ]; then
# TODO: Use macOS binaries on macOS
curl -Ls https://github.com/neovim/neovim/releases/download/nightly/nvim-linux64.tar.gz |
tar xzf - -C /tmp/vim-go-test/
mv /tmp/vim-go-test/nvim-linux64 /tmp/vim-go-test/nvim-install
mkdir -p "$installdir/share/nvim/runtime/pack/vim-go/start"
ln -s "$vimgodir" "$installdir/share/nvim/runtime/pack/vim-go/start/vim-go"
# Consistent paths makes calling things easier.
mv "$installdir/bin/nvim" "$installdir/bin/vim"
mkdir -p "$installdir/share/vim/vimgo/pack"
ln -s "$installdir/share/nvim/runtime/pack/vim-go" "$installdir/share/vim/vimgo/pack/vim-go"
# Build Vim from source.
else
if [ -d "$srcdir/.git" ]; then
echo "Skipping clone as $srcdir/.git exists"
else
echo "Cloning $tag from $giturl"
git clone --branch "$tag" --depth 1 "$giturl" "$srcdir"
fi
./configure --prefix="$installdir" --with-features=huge --disable-gui
make install
mkdir -p "$installdir/share/vim/vimgo/pack/vim-go/start"
ln -s "$vimgodir" "$installdir/share/vim/vimgo/pack/vim-go/start/vim-go"
fi
# Make sure all Go tools and other dependencies are installed.
echo "Installing Go binaries"
export GOPATH=$installdir
export GO111MODULE=off
export PATH=${GOPATH}/bin:$PATH
"$vimgodir/scripts/run-vim" $vim +':silent :GoUpdateBinaries' +':qa'
echo "Installing lint tools"
(
mkdir -p "$installdir/share/vim/vimgo/pack/vim-go/start/"
cd "$installdir/share/vim/vimgo/pack/vim-go/start/"
[ -d "vim-vimhelplint" ] || git clone --depth 1 --quiet https://github.com/machakann/vim-vimhelplint
[ -d "vim-vimlparser" ] || git clone --depth 1 --quiet https://github.com/ynkdir/vim-vimlparser
[ -d "vim-vimlint" ] || git clone --depth 1 --quiet https://github.com/syngan/vim-vimlint
)
# Don't really need source after successful install.
rm -rf "$srcdir"
echo "installed to: $installdir"
# vim:ts=2:sts=2:sw=2:et