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sudo: false
language: c
stages:
- name: test
- name: build
# Don't run build stage for pull requests to save time and resources.
if: type != pull_request
jobs:
include:
# Build with gcc and run tests on Ubuntu.
- &test-ubuntu
stage: test
os: linux
compiler: gcc
python: 3.6
addons:
apt:
packages:
- valgrind
- bison
- automake
before_install:
- uname -s
- pyenv install -s 3.6.7
- rm src/{lexer,parser}.{c,h}
- sed -i.bak '/^AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(\[-Wno-portability 1\.14\])$/s/14/11/' modules/oniguruma/configure.ac
install:
- pyenv global 3.6.7
- pip3 install pipenv
- pushd docs && pipenv sync && popd
- wget http://ftp.debian.org/debian/pool/main/b/bison/bison_3.0.2.dfsg-2_amd64.deb
- ar p bison_3.0.2.dfsg-2_amd64.deb data.tar.xz | tar xJ
- if [ -n "$COVERAGE" ]; then pip install --user cpp-coveralls; fi
before_script:
# If this is OS X we'll get bison from brew, else we'll get bison
# from the .deb unpacked above in the install section.
- PATH=/usr/local/opt/bison/bin:$PWD/usr/bin:$PATH
- echo SHELL=$SHELL
- echo PATH=$PATH
- which bison
- bison --version
- autoreconf -if
- ./configure --with-oniguruma=builtin YACC="$(which bison) -y" $COVERAGE
script:
# When using the bison from Debian we need to tell that bison where
# to find its data. Yay non-relocatable code. Not.
- echo PATH=$PATH
- which bison
- make BISON_PKGDATADIR=$PWD/usr/share/bison src/parser.c || make src/parser.c
# Make dist!
#
# Make it first to fail the build early, before we test with
# valgrind.
- make dist
# Build and test the dist (without valgrind)
- |
(
tar xvf jq-`scripts/version`.tar.gz &&
cd jq-`scripts/version` &&
pwd &&
./configure --disable-valgrind --with-oniguruma=builtin YACC="$(which bison) -y" $COVERAGE &&
make BISON_PKGDATADIR=$PWD/usr/share/bison src/parser.c || make src/parser.c &&
make -j4 &&
make check -j4 || true
)
# Build and test the HEAD
- make -j4
- make check -j4
after_failure:
- cat test-suite.log
- cat tests/*.log
# Build with clang and run tests on Ubuntu.
- <<: *test-ubuntu
compiler: clang
# Build with gcc and run tests with gcov on Ubuntu.
- <<: *test-ubuntu
env: COVERAGE="--disable-valgrind --enable-gcov"
after_script:
- rm -rf src/.libs # don't care about coverage for libjq
- coveralls --gcov-options '\-lp'
-e src/lexer.c -e src/parser.c -e src/jv_dtoa.c
# Build with gcc and run tests on macOS.
- &test-osx
<<: *test-ubuntu
os: osx
before_install:
- uname -s
- brew update
- brew install flex bison
- brew upgrade pyenv
- pyenv install -s 3.6.7
- rm src/{lexer,parser}.{c,h}
- sed -i.bak '/^AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(\[-Wno-portability 1\.14\])$/s/14/11/' modules/oniguruma/configure.ac
install:
- pyenv global 3.6.7
- pip3 install pipenv
- pushd docs && pipenv sync && popd
- if [ -n "$COVERAGE" ]; then pip install --user cpp-coveralls; fi
# Build with clang and run tests on macOS.
- <<: *test-osx
compiler: clang
# Build with gcc and run tests on Alpine Linux v3.7 (inside chroot).
# Note: Alpine uses musl libc.
- &test-alpine
stage: test
os: linux
language: minimal
compiler: gcc
sudo: true
before_install:
- "wget 'https://raw.githubusercontent.com/alpinelinux/alpine-chroot-install/v0.7.0/alpine-chroot-install' \
&& echo '090d323d887ef3a2fd4e752428553f22a52b87bb alpine-chroot-install' | sha1sum -c || travis_terminate 1"
- alpine() { /alpine/enter-chroot -u "$USER" "$@"; }
install:
- sudo sh alpine-chroot-install -b v3.7 -a "$ARCH"
-p 'build-base automake autoconf bison git libtool oniguruma-dev python3 python3-dev libxml2-dev libxslt-dev'
- /alpine/enter-chroot pip3 install pipenv
- alpine sh -c 'cd docs && pipenv sync'
before_script:
- autoreconf -if
script:
- alpine ./configure --disable-docs
- alpine make
- alpine make check
after_failure:
- cat test-suite.log
- cat tests/*.log
# Build release binary statically linked with musl libc on Alpine Linux
# (inside chroot). If building a tagged commit, then deploy release
# tarball to GitHub Releases.
- &build-alpine
<<: *test-alpine
stage: build
env: ARCH=x86_64
script:
- alpine ./configure --disable-docs --enable-all-static
CFLAGS='-Os -static -no-pie' CXXFLAGS='-Os -static -no-pie'
- alpine make
- alpine strip jq
- jq -V
- ls -lah jq
- file jq
# Ensure that the built executable is really statically linked.
- file jq | grep -Fw 'statically linked'
before_deploy:
- PKGNAME="jq-$TRAVIS_TAG-$ARCH-linux"
- mkdir $PKGNAME && mv jq $PKGNAME/
- tar -czf $PKGNAME.tar.gz $PKGNAME/
- sha256sum $PKGNAME.tar.gz > $PKGNAME.tar.gz.sha256
deploy:
provider: releases
api_key:
secure: # TODO: put encrypted GitHub token here!
file: jq-$TRAVIS_TAG-*.tar.gz*
file_glob: true
skip_cleanup: true
on:
tags: true
# Build binaries for other architectures using QEMU user-mode emulation.
- <<: *build-alpine
env: ARCH=x86
- <<: *build-alpine
env: ARCH=aarch64
- <<: *build-alpine
env: ARCH=armhf
- <<: *build-alpine
env: ARCH=ppc64le
notifications:
email: false