|author||Dave Cottlehuber <email@example.com>||Tue Mar 19 22:16:55 2013 +0100|
|committer||Dave Cottlehuber <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue Mar 19 22:16:55 2013 +0100|
ensure couchdb build shell scripts bail on failure
Glazier is a set of related scripts and toolchains to ease that pain. It's not fully automated but most of the effort is only required once. I hope it simplifies using Erlang and CouchDB for you by giving you a consistent repeatable build environment.
There is a branch of glazier that was used to build each CouchDB release. I'm in the process of migrating a large portion of the setup scripts to use Chocolatey for installing pre-requisites, and then to roll most of the code into the CouchDB autotools scripts.
When I build Erlang/OTP from source, or CouchDB, I typically spend 80% of my time faffing around getting dependencies right. I want to make this as easy as
aptitude install -y <list_of_packages>.
Here's the general approach:
While any 64-bit Windows will likely do, I use specifically:
64-bit Windows 8 Enterprise N (the Euro version without media player etc) from MSDN en-gb_windows_8_enterprise_n_x64_dvd_918053.iso
Install the full Microsoft .Net Framework 4
reboot and run updates
Install Windows SDK 7.1
Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate via the web installer for a nice UI & debugger interface
Install the NuGet Package Manager
@powershell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy unrestricted -Command “iex ((new-object net.webclient).DownloadString(‘https://raw.github.com/chocolatey/chocolatey/master/chocolateyInstall/InstallChocolatey.ps1’))” && SET PATH=%PATH%;%systemdrive%\chocolatey\bin
Apply Windows Updates and Reboot until Done.
Typically here I shutdown & snapshot my VM as past this point its going to evolve a lot over time. Many of the downstream chocolatey packages still prompt you to run their installers, which arguably defeats the purpose, but hey its still marginally easier.
These packages install silently, without intervention. Cut and paste them into a command prompt, leave it running, and open another one for the next section.
cinst git cinst 7zip.commandline cinst sublimetext2 cinst StrawberryPerl cinst nsis cinst MozillaBuild cinst nasm cinst InnoSetup
cinst sysinternals cinst dependencywalker cinst cmake cinst SourceCodePro cinst firefox cinst GoogleChrome.Canary cinst ChocolateyPackageUpdater cinst MicrosoftSecurityEssentials cinst msicuu2
Download and run Cygwin Setup
Confirm you have:
ARCHIVE/ - p7zip DEVEL/ - auto* - binutils - bison - gcc-core - gcc-g++ - gcc4-core - gcc4-g++ - gdb - git - libtool - make - patchutils - pkgconfig - readline EDITORS/ - vim INTERPRETERS/ - M4 - perl - python NET/ - aria2 UTILS/ - file - gnupg - rename - socat - time - tree - util-linux WEB/ - wget Ensure you DON'T have: - help2man - curl
Start a new cygwin shell:
cd /cygdrive/c/relax/bits wget http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/autoconf-archive/autoconf-archive-2012.09.08.tar.gz tar zxf autoconf-archive-2012.09.08.tar.gz cd autoconf-archive-2012.09.08 ./configure --prefix=/usr && make && make install
Still within cygwin:
cd /relax/bits wget http://pypi.python.org/packages/2.6/s/setuptools/setuptools-0.6c11-py2.6.egg sh setuptools-0.6c11-py2.6.egg easy_install sphinx docutils pygments # check its working sphinx-build -h
Make a new shortcut on the desktop, targeted at
cmd.exe /E:ON /V:ON /T:0E /K "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Bin\SetEnv.cmd" /x86 /release and I suggest you pin it to the start menu. We'll use this all the time, referred to as
the SDK prompt. Right-click on the icon, click the
advanced button, and tick the
Run as Administrator button. We do need this so that
cp -P works within autotools on Windows8.
When you launch one, the text will be an unreadable green. Type
color to fix it. Color takes parameters if you hate yellow. Borland users will like
color 1f. Let's confirm we have the right bits with
echo %RELAX% && where cl mc mt link lc rc nmake:
c:\relax C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC\bin\cl.exe C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Bin\MC.Exe C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Bin\mt.exe C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC\bin\link.exe C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Bin\NETFX 4.0 Tools\lc.exe C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Bin\lc.exe C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Bin\RC.Exe C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC\bin\nmake.exe
Stop here if it's not identical. Not Visual Studio 11.0. Not SDK v8.0a, or 7.0, or 7.0a, or any other satanic god-forsaken combination not listed here. Seriously. Identical.
mkdir c:\relax\bits pushd c:\relax && rd SDK VC nasm inno5 nsis strawberry mklink /j c:\relax\SDK "C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1" mklink /j c:\relax\VC "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0" mklink /j nasm "c:\Program Files (x86)\nasm" mklink /j c:\relax\inno5 "c:\Program Files (x86)\Inno Setup 5" mklink /j c:\relax\nsis "c:\Program Files\NSIS" :: these ones are for the picky software packagers mklink /j c:\cygwin\relax c:\relax mklink /j c:\openssl c:\relax\openssl
setx RELAX c:\relax set RELAX=c:\relax
Close all open command prompts. Now!!
git clone git://github.com/dch/glazier.git c:\relax pushd c:\relax && path=c:\relax\bin;%PATH%; aria2c.exe --force-sequential=false --max-connection-per-server=5 --check-certificate=false --auto-file-renaming=false --input-file=downloads.md --max-concurrent-downloads=5 --dir=bits --save-session=bits/a2session.txt
Open a new SDK prompt. Check that it has
/x86 /Release Build in the title bar.
pushd %RELAX%\bin && build_wx.cmd
pushd %RELAX%\bin && build_openssl.cmd
pushd %RELAX%\bin && build_icu.cmd
Our goal is to get the path set up in this order:
It seems this is a challenge for most environments, so
glazier just assumes you're using chocolatey and takes care of the rest.
SDK promptas above
Alternatively, you can launch your own cmd prompt, and ensure that your system path is correct first in the win32 side before starting cygwin. Once in cygwin go to the root of where you installed erlang, and run the Erlang/OTP script:
eval `./otp_build env_win32` echo $PATH | /bin/sed 's/:/\n/g' which cl link mc lc mt nmake rc
Confirm that output of
which returns only MS versions from VC++ or the SDK. This is critical and if not correct will cause confusing errors much later on. Overall, the desired order for your $PATH is:
More details are at erlang INSTALL-Win32.md on github
cd .. && tar xzf /relax/bits/otp_src_R14B04.tar.gz cd $ERL_TOP cp /relax/SDK/Redist/VC/vcredist_x86.exe /cygdrive/c/werl/ cp /relax/SDK/Redist/VC/vcredist_x86.exe /cygdrive/c/relax/
echo "skipping gs" > lib/gs/SKIP echo "skipping ic" > lib/ic/SKIP echo "skipping jinterface" > lib/jinterface/SKIP erl_config.sh && erl_build.sh
Spidermonkey needs to be compiled with the Mozilla Build chain. This requires special and careful incantations. Launch your
SDK prompt again.
color call c:\mozilla-build\start-msvc10.bat which cl link # /c/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0/VC/Bin/cl.exe # /c/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0/VC/Bin/link.exe export INCLUDE='c:\relax\SDK\include;c:\relax\VC\VC\Include;c:\relax\VC\VC\Include\Sys;' export LIB='c:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.1\Lib;c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\VC\lib;c:\mozilla-build\atlthunk_compat' export PATH=/c/relax/SDK/Bin:/c/relax/VC/VC/bin:$PATH which cl lc link mt rc make # /c/relax/VC/VC/bin/cl.exe # /c/relax/SDK/Bin/lc.exe # /c/relax/VC/VC/bin/link.exe # /c/relax/SDK/Bin/mt.exe # /c/relax/SDK/Bin/rc.exe # /usr/local/bin/make cd /c/relax tar xzf bits/js185-1.0.0.tar.gz cd /c/relax/js-1.8.5/js/src autoconf-2.13 ./configure --enable-static --enable-shared-js --enable-debug-symbols make make check # optional, takes a while, check-date-format-tofte.js fails exit
Note: the above PATH and LIB hacks are a workaround for having both VS2012 + SDK7.1 installed side by side. It seems that having both of these installed breaks compilation of js-185. If you're building with the SDK 7.1 alone this is not required.
SDK prompt, shell (4) for R14B04.
cd /relax && git clone http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/couchdb.git git checkout --track origin/1.3.x ## or suitable tag here git clean -fdx && git reset --hard ./bootstrap && couchdb_config.sh && couchdb_build.sh
This will produce a working CouchDB installation inside
$ERL_TOP/release/win32 that you can run directly, and also a full installer inside
$COUCH_TOP/etc/windows/ to transfer to other systems, without the build chain dependencies.
Glazier prints out minimal instructions to transfer the logs and other files to a release directory of your choice. I typically use this when building from git to keep track of snapshots, and different erlang or couch build configurations.