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# --- build all four currently published builds of liblouis (UTF-16 with
# tables, UTF-16 wihout tables, UTF-32 with tables and UTF-32 without
# tables) in a docker image that has all necessary build tools installed.
rm -f ../js-build/build-*.js
echo "[liblouis-js] starting docker image with emscripten installed..."
docker run --rm -v $(pwd):/src dolp/liblouis-js-build-travis:1.37.3-64bit /bin/bash -c "./.travis/script/"
if [ $? != 0 ]; then
echo "[liblouis-js] Build failed. Aborting..."
exit 1
# --- collect all files that are necessary for a publish in package
# managers.
echo "[liblouis-js] bundling files to package for publish..." &&
rm -rf ../js-build/tables/ &&
cp -R ./out-emscripten-install/share/liblouis/tables/ ../js-build/tables/ &&
cp -Rf ./out/* ../js-build/
if [ "$IS_OFFICIAL_RELEASE" = true ]; then
cd ../js-build
npm version --no-git-tag-version $BUILD_VERSION
if [ $? != 0 ]; then
echo "[liblouis-js] Failed to update npm version tag. Aborting."
exit 1
cd -
ls -lah ../js-build
# --- make sure the package we just build is not damaged.
echo "[liblouis-js] testing builds..."
# NOTE: `npm link` exposes the newly build npm package to the
# test runner. The `--production`-flag is necessary as it ensures
# that no publicly published package of the build is downloaded
# and tested instead.
cd liblouis-js &&
npm link ../../js-build --production &&
# NOTE: we only test the build in NodeJS as the browser test environment
# segfaults sometimes for successful builds.
npm run test-node &&
cd ..
if [ $? != 0 ]; then
echo "[liblouis-js] Not publishing as at least one build failed tests."
exit 1