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# If we are building from within the nanoarrow repo, bootstrap.R will (1)
# exist and (2) perform the necessary vendoring steps
if [ -f bootstrap.R ]; then
$R_HOME/bin/Rscript bootstrap.R
if [ -f "src/nanoarrow.h" ] && [ -f "src/nanoarrow.c" ]; then
echo "Found vendored nanoarrow"
exit 0
# We have a situation where the package has been built via R CMD build
# but there is no vendored nanoarrow. This occurs with
# remotes::install_github() with the default arguments. In this case, pull
# the latest bundled version from GitHub. To ensure commit-level consistency,
# use remotes::install_github(build = FALSE) (which will run cmake to get
# a fresh bundle with a specific commit).
curl -L \
--output src/nanoarrow.h --silent
curl -L \
--output src/nanoarrow.c --silent
if [ -f "src/nanoarrow.h" ] && [ -f "src/nanoarrow.c" ]; then
echo "Fetched bundled nanoarrow from"
exit 0
echo "Vendored src/nanoarrow.h and/or src/nanoarrow.c are missing"
echo "This source tarball was built incorrectly."
exit 1