Use npm to fetch react-sdk and js-sdk

After some discussion, we've agreed it's less evil to have package.json point
to git develop, even if you then have to do a manual build step. That avoids
any future problems where (for example) js-sdk develop gains experimental
changes which would break for users using a build process which involves a
manual git checkout.
Richard van der Hoff 7 years ago
parent 8fa059fc4b
commit 928915873b
  1. 17

@ -8,20 +8,23 @@ nvm use 4
set -x
# install the versions of js-sdk and react-sdk provided to us by jenkins
npm install ./node_modules/matrix-js-sdk-*.tgz
npm install ./node_modules/matrix-react-sdk-*.tgz
# install the other dependencies
npm install
# we may be using a dev branch of react-sdk, in which case we need to build it
(cd node_modules/matrix-react-sdk && npm run build)
# build our artifacts; dumps them in ./vector
npm run build
# gzip up ./vector
rm vector-*.tar.gz || true # rm previous artifacts without failing if it doesn't exist
REACT_SHA=$(head -c 12 node_modules/matrix-react-sdk/git-revision.txt)
JSSDK_SHA=$(head -c 12 node_modules/matrix-js-sdk/git-revision.txt)
# node_modules deps from 'npm install' don't have a .git dir so can't
# rev-parse; but they do set the commit in package.json under 'gitHead' which
# we're grabbing here.
REACT_SHA=$(grep 'gitHead' node_modules/matrix-react-sdk/package.json | cut -d \" -f 4 | head -c 12)
JSSDK_SHA=$(grep 'gitHead' node_modules/matrix-js-sdk/package.json | cut -d \" -f 4 | head -c 12)
VECTOR_SHA=$(git rev-parse --short=12 HEAD) # use the ACTUAL SHA rather than assume develop
tar -zcvhf vector-$VECTOR_SHA-react-$REACT_SHA-js-$JSSDK_SHA.tar.gz vector #g[z]ip, [c]reate archive, [v]erbose, [f]ilename, [h]ard-dereference (do not archive symlinks)