Commit f92f149e authored by David Fifield's avatar David Fifield
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Bug 27827: pass -tmpdir to the linker in snowflake build

The update to go 1.11.1 fixed part of #27827, namely the
/tmp/go-buildRANDOMNUM paths embedded in the binary. However there is
still a single /tmp/go-link-RANDOMNUM/go.o path remaining -- it comes
from here:
The random path affects the Go build ID even if we overwrite the random
digits in the binary.

Luckily there's a -tmpdir flag that lets us override the random path.
parent 6cdefb46
......@@ -30,32 +30,13 @@ cd client
[% IF c("var/osx") -%]
# Without faketime, snowflake-client would contain the timestamp of the
# temporary client.a file created during "go build".
[% c("var/faketime") %] go build -ldflags '-s'
# The -tmpdir flag overrides what would otherwise be a randomly generated
# path, /tmp/go-link-RANDOMNUM/go.o.
mkdir -p /var/tmp/go-link.tmpdir
[% c("var/faketime") %] go build -ldflags '-s -tmpdir /var/tmp/go-link.tmpdir'
[% ELSE -%]
go build -ldflags '-s'
[% END -%]
[% IF c("var/osx") -%]
# Hack: Overwrite variable absolute paths embedded in the binary. clang 3.8.0
# on Darwin embeds such paths and the issue is unsolved in upstream Go as of
# 2016-06-28:
# The two kinds of paths are ("000000000" stands for 9 random digits):
# /tmp/go-build000000000
# /tmp/go-link-000000000
# Such paths are the output of ioutil.TempDir("", "go-build") and
# ioutil.TempDir("", "go-link-").
cp -a client client.stomped
sed -i -E -e 's#(/tmp/go-build|/tmp/go-link-)[0-9]{9}/#\1XXXXXXXXX/#g' client.stomped
# Sanity check: make sure the file actually changed. If it did not, it could
# mean that a change in go or clang has made this step unnecessary.
if cmp client client.stomped
echo "No paths replaced in snowflake-client. Maybe the replacement failed or is no longer needed."
echo "Check projects/snowflake/build"
exit 1
mv -f client.stomped client
[% END -%]
cp -a client[% IF c("var/windows") %].exe[% END %] $PTDIR/snowflake-client[% IF c("var/windows") %].exe[% END %]
cd ..
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