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#!/bin/sh -e
# Helper to bypass AC_ERLANG_CHECK_LIB
#
# Ejabberd releases do not download specific versions of its erlang
# dependencies.  Instead, it clones the master branch of a git
# repository and asks erl to provide the library version.  However,
# the target erl program cannot be called from the host. So, this
# script aims at finding the library version installed on the target,
# without calling erlang.

usage() {
    cat <<EOF
Usage:
        $0 library
Look for Erlang's library in TARGET_DIR/usr/lib/erlang/lib.

If the library is found, it returns the path to the latest version,
relative to TARGET_DIR. Otherwise, it returns "not found".

If there are several versions, it returns an error because it does not
know which one Erlang uses.

EOF
}

die () {
    echo "$@" >&2
    exit 1
}

if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then
    usage
    exit 0
else
    library="$1"
fi

target_dir="${TARGET_DIR:-output/target}"

[ -d "$target_dir" ] || die "TARGET_DIR is not a directory. Please \
specify the TARGET_DIR environment variable."

case "$(ls -1d -- "$target_dir/usr/lib/erlang/lib/$library-"* | wc -l)" in
    0)
        echo "not found"
        ;;
    1)
        echo "$target_dir/usr/lib/erlang/lib/$library-"* \
            | sed -e "s,^$target_dir,,"
        ;;
    *)
        die "Several versions of $library have been found. Please \
        remove the unused ones."
        ;;
esac