Commit 2b739a6b authored by Thiago Macieira's avatar Thiago Macieira
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Fix running the qtcreator script with traditional Bourne shell.

First, there's no $( ) for subshells. You have to use backticks.

Second problem, "VAR=value exec command" doesn't work. Split into
variable setting, exporting and then exec'ing the program.

Third, Solaris doesn't come with readlink, so parse the output of ls -l.
parent 0814beae
#!/bin/sh
bindir=$(dirname "$(readlink -nf $0)")
libdir=$(cd "${bindir}/../lib" ; pwd)
LD_LIBRARY_PATH="${libdir}/qtcreator:${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}" exec "${bindir}/qtcreator.bin" ${1+"$@"}
function makeAbsolute() {
case "$1" in
/*)
# already absolute, return it
echo "$1"
;;
*)
# relative, prepend $2 made absolute
echo `makeAbsolute "$2" "$PWD"`/"$1" | sed 's,/\.$,,'
;;
esac
}
if test -L "$0"; then
# Try readlink(1)
readlink=`type readlink 2>/dev/null` || readlink=
if test -n "$readlink"; then
# We have readlink(1), so we can use it
me=`readlink -nf "$0"`
else
# No readlink(1), so let's try ls -l
me=`ls -l "$0" | sed 's/^.*-> //'`
base=`dirname "$0"`
me=`makeAbsolute "$me" "$base"`
fi
else
me="$0"
fi
bindir=`dirname "$me"`
libdir=`cd "${bindir}/../lib" ; pwd`
LD_LIBRARY_PATH="${libdir}/qtcreator:${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}"
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH
exec "${bindir}/qtcreator.bin" ${1+"$@"}
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