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version: 1.0.{build}

clone_depth: 50

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# Appveyor images are named after the Visual Studio version they contain.
# But we compile using MinGW, not Visual Studio.
# We use these images because they have different Windows versions.
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image:
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  # Windows Server 2019
  - Visual Studio 2019
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  # Windows Server 2012 R2
  - Visual Studio 2015
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environment:
  compiler: mingw

  matrix:
  - target: i686-w64-mingw32
    compiler_path: mingw32
    mingw_prefix: mingw-w64-i686
    hardening:
  - target: x86_64-w64-mingw32
    compiler_path: mingw64
    mingw_prefix: mingw-w64-x86_64
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    # hardening doesn't work with mingw-w64-x86_64-gcc, because it's gcc 8
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    hardening: --disable-gcc-hardening

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matrix:
  # Don't keep building failing jobs
  fast_finish: true
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  # Skip the 32-bit Windows Server 2019 job, and the 64-bit Windows Server
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  # 2012 R2 job, to speed up the build.
  # The environment variables must be listed without the 'environment' tag.
  exclude:
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    - image: Visual Studio 2019
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      target: i686-w64-mingw32
      compiler_path: mingw32
      mingw_prefix: mingw-w64-i686
      hardening:
    - image: Visual Studio 2015
      target: x86_64-w64-mingw32
      compiler_path: mingw64
      mingw_prefix: mingw-w64-x86_64
      # hardening doesn't work with mingw-w64-x86_64-gcc, because it's gcc 8
      hardening: --disable-gcc-hardening

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install:
- ps: >-
    Function Execute-Command ($commandPath)
    {
        & $commandPath $args 2>&1
        if ( $LastExitCode -ne 0 ) {
            $host.SetShouldExit( $LastExitCode )
        }
    }
    Function Execute-Bash ()
    {
        Execute-Command 'c:\msys64\usr\bin\bash' '-e' '-c' $args
    }
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    <# mingw packages start with ${env:mingw_prefix}
     # unprefixed packages are from MSYS2, which is like Cygwin. Avoid them.
     #
     # Use pacman --debug to show package downloads and install locations
     #>
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    Execute-Command "C:\msys64\usr\bin\pacman" -Sy --verbose --needed --noconfirm ${env:mingw_prefix}-libevent ${env:mingw_prefix}-openssl ${env:mingw_prefix}-pkg-config ${env:mingw_prefix}-xz ${env:mingw_prefix}-zstd ;
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build_script:
- ps: >-
    if ($env:compiler -eq "mingw") {
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            <# use the MSYS2 compiler and user binaries to build and install #>
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            $oldpath = ${env:Path} -split ';'
            $buildpath = @("C:\msys64\${env:compiler_path}\bin", "C:\msys64\usr\bin") + $oldpath
            $env:Path = @($buildpath) -join ';'
            $env:build = @("${env:APPVEYOR_BUILD_FOLDER}", $env:target) -join '\'
            Set-Location "${env:APPVEYOR_BUILD_FOLDER}"
            Execute-Bash 'autoreconf -i'
            mkdir "${env:build}"
            Set-Location "${env:build}"
            Execute-Bash "which ${env:target}-gcc"
            Execute-Bash "${env:target}-gcc --version"
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            <# compile for mingw
             # mingw zstd doesn't come with a pkg-config file, so we manually
             # configure its flags. liblzma just works.
             #>
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            Execute-Bash "ZSTD_CFLAGS='-L/${env:compiler_path}/include' ZSTD_LIBS='-L/${env:compiler_path}/lib -lzstd' ../configure --prefix=/${env:compiler_path} --build=${env:target} --host=${env:target} --with-openssl-dir=/${env:compiler_path} --disable-asciidoc --enable-fatal-warnings ${env:hardening}"
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            Execute-Bash "V=1 make -k -j2"
            Execute-Bash "V=1 make -k -j2 install"
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     }

test_script:
- ps: >-
    if ($env:compiler -eq "mingw") {
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            <# use the MSYS2 compiler binaries to make check #>
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            $oldpath = ${env:Path} -split ';'
            $buildpath = @("C:\msys64\${env:compiler_path}\bin") + $oldpath
            $env:Path = $buildpath -join ';'
            Set-Location "${env:build}"
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            Copy-Item "C:/msys64/${env:compiler_path}/bin/libssp-0.dll" -Destination "${env:build}/src/test"
            Copy-Item "C:/msys64/${env:compiler_path}/bin/zlib1.dll" -Destination "${env:build}/src/test"
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            Execute-Bash "VERBOSE=1 TOR_SKIP_TESTCASES=crypto/openssl_version make -k -j2 check"
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    }

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on_finish:
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- ps: >-
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    <# if we failed before install:, these functions won't be defined #>
    Function Execute-Command ($commandPath)
    {
        & $commandPath $args 2>&1
        if ( $LastExitCode -ne 0 ) {
            $host.SetShouldExit( $LastExitCode )
        }
    }
    Function Execute-Bash ()
    {
        Execute-Command 'c:\msys64\usr\bin\bash' '-e' '-c' $args
    }
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    if ($env:compiler -eq "mingw") {
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            <# use the MSYS2 user binaries to archive failures #>
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            $oldpath = ${env:Path} -split ';'
            $buildpath = @("C:\msys64\usr\bin") + $oldpath
            $env:Path = @($buildpath) -join ';'
            Set-Location "${env:build}"
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            <# store logs as appveyor artifacts: see the artifacts tab #>
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            Execute-Bash "7z a logs.zip config.log || true"
            Execute-Bash "7z a logs.zip test-suite.log || true"
            Execute-Bash "appveyor PushArtifact logs.zip || true"
            Execute-Bash "tail -1000 config.log || true"
            Execute-Bash "cat test-suite.log || true"
    }
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# notify the IRC channel of any failures
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on_failure:
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- cmd: C:\Python27\python.exe %APPVEYOR_BUILD_FOLDER%\scripts\test\appveyor-irc-notify.py irc.oftc.net:6697 tor-ci failure