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tests: Add kitkat sync test

* Create a simple script to test fetching of a repo.
* Very useful for testing local git mirrors.
4.4-kitkat
Kyle Manna 7 years ago
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      tests/sync-kitkat.sh

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#!/bin/bash
#
# Test script file that maps itself into a docker container and runs
#
# Example invocation:
#
# $ AOSP_VOL=$PWD/build ./sync-kitkat.sh
#
set -ex
if [ "$1" = "docker" ]; then
TEST_BRANCH=${TEST_BRANCH:-android-4.4.4_r2.0.1}
TEST_URL=${TEST_URL:-https://android.googlesource.com/platform/manifest}
repo init --depth 1 -u "$TEST_URL" -b "$TEST_BRANCH"
# Use default sync '-j' value embedded in manifest file to be polite
repo sync
retval=$?
echo "repo sync returned: $retval"
exit $retval
else
aosp_url="https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kylemanna/docker-aosp/master/utils/aosp"
args="run.sh docker"
export AOSP_EXTRA_ARGS="-v $(cd $(dirname $0) && pwd -P)/$(basename $0):/usr/local/bin/run.sh:ro"
export AOSP_VOL=/vol1
export AOSP_IMAGE=aosp
[ -n "$TEST_URL" ] && AOSP_EXTRA_ARGS+=" -e TEST_URL=$TEST_URL"
[ -n "$TEST_BRANCH" ] && AOSP_EXTRA_ARGS+=" -e TEST_BRANCH=$TEST_BRANCHcY"
#
# Try to invoke the aosp wrapper with the following priority:
#
# 1. If AOSP_BIN is set, use that
# 2. If aosp is found in the shell $PATH
# 3. Grab it from the web
#
if [ -n "$AOSP_BIN" ]; then
$AOSP_BIN $args
elif [ -x "../utils/aosp" ]; then
../utils/aosp $args
elif [ -n "$(type -P aosp)" ]; then
aosp $args
else
if [ -n "$(type -P curl)" ]; then
bash <(curl -s $aosp_url) $args
elif [ -n "$(type -P wget)" ]; then
bash <(wget -q $aosp_url -O -) $args
else
echo "Unable to run the aosp binary"
fi
fi
fi
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