[Opendnssec-develop] script to aid manual build/testing

Matthijs Mekking matthijs at nlnetlabs.nl
Wed Apr 17 10:05:05 UTC 2013

Hi John,

Script looks good, I would only like to see that the user can set the
workspace (either with an option or just manually). And instead of doing
for example the following in the script:

cd ~/workspace/OpenDNSSEC/testing	
export WORKSPACE=`pwd`


cd $WORKSPACE/OpenDNSSEC/testing	

Perhaps similar for SVN_REVISION. I will try it out next time I do some
local testing.

Best regards,

On 04/17/2013 11:33 AM, John Dickinson wrote:
> Hi developers,
> I have taken the instructions from https://wiki.opendnssec.org/display/OpenDNSSEC/How+To+Develop+tests+locally and create a script to make it easier to build the test environment by hand for manual testing.
> This is the current usage
> Script to aid manual testing using the jenkins test framework and tests
> Taken from https://wiki.opendnssec.org/display/OpenDNSSEC/How+To+Develop+tests+locally#HowToDeveloptestslocally-Runningexistingtestsoptional
> Modifications include:
> 1. run bash in debug mode is mow an option
> 2. Options tp allow rebuilding of a single component even if the framework thinks it is not necessary
> 3. Option to allow sqlite 3 3.7.X to be built and installed in workspace/root/local-test/ and for softHSM and OpenDNSSEC to be built against it
> 4. Create log file for each step of the build
> Usage: ./run_build.sh [options]
> Supported options:
>   -u the URL that you wish to checkout for softHSM (Default: http://svn.opendnssec.org/trunk/softHSM/)
>   -U the URL that you wish to checkout for OpenDNSSEC (Default: http://svn.opendnssec.org/trunk/OpenDNSSEC/)
>   -f force overwriting of the checked out code if the URL changes
>   -p prevent any checkout
>   -7 enable building of sqlite 3.7.X
>   -m build against mysql
>   -l force rebuild of ldns
>   -s force rebuild of sqlite 3.7.X (requires -7)
>   -S force rebuild of softHSM
>   -o force rebuild of OpenDNSSEC
>   -r delete install and reinstall
>   -d run in bash debug mode
>   -h this help
> If people think this would be useful I will check it in to svn.
> regards,
> John
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