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GROOVYON
THESHELL
SHELLSCRIPTINGWITHGROOVY
Alexander Klein /http://codecentric.de alexander.klein@codecentric.de
0
WHY?
GROOVY
IS
COOL
BECAUSE
I
CAN
TODOCOMPLEXSTUFF
TESTINGYOURSCRIPTS
IFYOUKNOWGROOVY
BETTERTHANBASH
ALEXANDER(SASCHA)KLEIN
 
Principal Consultant
codecentric AG
Stuttgart
 
Groovy, JavaFX, UI / UX
 
Griffon committer
 
ale...
EXECUTING
GROOVY
SCRIPTS$ groovy Test.groovy
SHE-BANG-COMMENT(#!)
#!/usr/local/bin/groovy
USINGTHEDEFAULT
ENVIRONMENT
#!/usr/bin/env groovy
DEFININGTHECLASSPATH
#!/usr/bin/env groovy -cp myjar.jar
USINGSYSTEMVARI...
BUT
DOESNOTWORKONLINUX
Alternative script for /usr/bin/env
Without defining system variables
#!/bin/bash
ARGS=( $1 ) # sep...
GROOVYSERV
FASTERSTARTUP
JVM process running in the background
Scriptstart ~10-20 times faster
INSTALLATION
WINDOWS
GroovyServ is part of the Groovy Windows-Installer
LINUX
gvm install groovyserv
MACOSX
brew install g...
USAGE
groovyclient MyScript.groovy
#!/usr/bin/env groovyclient
WRITING
SCRIPTS
RESTRICTIONS
Classname == Filename
to be found from other script
EXECUTING
SHELLCOMMANDS
"mkdir foo".execute()
["mkdir", "my directory"].execute()
WORKINGDIR&
ENVIRONMENT
"ls".execute([], new File("/tmp"))
"env".execute(["VAR1=Test", "VAR2=Something"], new File("."))
"...
RESULTACCESS
println "ls".execute().text
println "cmd /c dir".execute().text
"ls".execute().inputStream.eachLine { println...
PROCESSCONTROL
Process process = "mkdir foo".execute()
process.waitFor()
int exitValue = process.exitValue()
if(!exitValue...
PROCESSOUTPUT
Process process = "myCommand".execute()
def out = new StringBuffer()
def err = new StringBuffer()
process.wa...
PIPING
"less temp.sh".execute().pipeTo("grep Detected".execute()).text
def proc1 = "less temp.sh".execute()
def proc2 = "g...
WILDCARDS
"ls *.java".execute() // won't work
"sh -c ls *.java".execute() // Shell resolves the wildcard
SHELLHELPERI
class Shell {
final Map env = System.env
File dir = new File('.')
boolean redirectErrorStream = false
long ti...
SHELLHELPERII
Process execute(String command) {
new ProcessBuilder(['sh', '-c', command])
.directory(dir)
.redirectErrorSt...
SHELLHELPERIII
def shell = new Shell()
shell.call("mkdir /tmp/groovy")
shell.call("echo 123 >> /tmp/groovy/test")
shell.di...
HELPFULLSTUFF
ACCESSINGSYSTEM-VARIABLES
println System.env.PWD
ACCESSINGSYSTEM-PROPERTIES
println System.properties.'user....
CLIBUILDER
PARSINGCOMMANDLINE
ARGUMENTS
DSL ontop of Apache Commons CLI
!#/usr/bin/env groovy
def cli = new CliBuilder(usage: 'MyScri...
ASAMPLE
usage: MyScript [options] [args]
-?,--help usage information
--config <arg> A script for tweaking the configuratio...
THECODEI
#!/usr/bin/env groovy
def cli = new CliBuilder(usage: 'MyScript [options] [args]')
cli.with {
source (args:1, arg...
THECODEII
def opt = cli.parse(args)
if (!opt) // usage already displayed by cli.parse()
System.exit(2)
if(opt.'?')
cli.usa...
DEPENDENCY
MANAGEMENT
GRAPE
GROOVYADAPTABLEPACKAGINGENGINE
@Grab(group='org.springframework', module='spring-orm',
version='3.2.5.RELEASE')
impo...
@GRABANNOTATIONI
Annotatable everywhere
often seen at import statements
group (String)
Maven groupId or Ivy organization
m...
MULTIPLEDEPENDENCIES
@Grapes([
@Grab(group='commons-primitives', module='commons-primitives',
version='1.0'),
@Grab(group=...
REPOSITORIES
Configuration in ~/.groovy/grapeConfig.xml
Grape cache -> ~/.groovy/grapes
Maven Local -> ~/.m2/repository
JC...
EXCLUDETRANSITIVEDEPENDENCIES
@Grab('net.sourceforge.htmlunit:htmlunit:2.8')
@GrabExclude('xml-apis:xml-apis')
GRABCONFIG
@GrabConfig(systemClassLoader=true)
@Grab(group='mysql', module='mysql-connector-java', version='5.1.6')
GrabCo...
PROXY-CONFIGURATION
$ groovy -Dhttp.proxyHost=<host> -Dhttp.proxyPort=<port>
-Dhttp.proxyUser=<user> -Dhttp.proxyPassword=...
QUESTIONS?
Alexander (Sascha) Klein
 
codecentric AG
Curiestr. 2
70563 Stuttgart
 
tel +49.711.67400-328
mobile +49.172.52...
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Groovy is a powerfull development language with a lot of features and almost all we need.
As we all are familiar with Java, Groovy and many libraries, why don't we use it to write scripts for system-automation?
This session will show the best practices and how to overcome some obstacles when writing shell-scripts using Groovy.

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Groovy on the Shell

  1. 1. GROOVYON THESHELL SHELLSCRIPTINGWITHGROOVY Alexander Klein /http://codecentric.de alexander.klein@codecentric.de 0
  2. 2. WHY?
  3. 3. GROOVY IS COOL
  4. 4. BECAUSE I CAN
  5. 5. TODOCOMPLEXSTUFF
  6. 6. TESTINGYOURSCRIPTS
  7. 7. IFYOUKNOWGROOVY BETTERTHANBASH
  8. 8. ALEXANDER(SASCHA)KLEIN   Principal Consultant codecentric AG Stuttgart   Groovy, JavaFX, UI / UX   Griffon committer   alexander.klein@codecentric.de @saschaklein http://gplus.to/karfunkel
  9. 9. EXECUTING GROOVY SCRIPTS$ groovy Test.groovy
  10. 10. SHE-BANG-COMMENT(#!) #!/usr/local/bin/groovy
  11. 11. USINGTHEDEFAULT ENVIRONMENT #!/usr/bin/env groovy DEFININGTHECLASSPATH #!/usr/bin/env groovy -cp myjar.jar USINGSYSTEMVARIABLES #!/usr/bin/env groovy -cp ${HOME}/bin DEFININGSYSTEMVARIABLES #!/usr/bin/env VAR1=value1 VAR2=value2 groovy
  12. 12. BUT DOESNOTWORKONLINUX Alternative script for /usr/bin/env Without defining system variables #!/bin/bash ARGS=( $1 ) # separate $1 into multiple space-delimited arguments. shift # consume $1 PROG=`which ${ARGS[0]}` # find path for executable unset ARGS[0] # discard executable name ARGS+=( "$@" ) # remainder of arguments preserved "as-is". # iterate array and expand variables declare -a PARAMS for i in "${ARGS[@]}" do PARAMS=("${PARAMS[@]}" "`eval "echo $i"`") done exec $PROG "${PARAMS[@]}" # execute the command
  13. 13. GROOVYSERV
  14. 14. FASTERSTARTUP JVM process running in the background Scriptstart ~10-20 times faster
  15. 15. INSTALLATION WINDOWS GroovyServ is part of the Groovy Windows-Installer LINUX gvm install groovyserv MACOSX brew install groovyserv BINARYPACKAGE $ cd /tmp $ unzip groovyserv-1.0.0-bin.zip $ groovyserv-1.0.0-bin/bin/setup.sh export PATH=/tmp/groovyserv-1.0.0/bin:$PATH
  16. 16. USAGE groovyclient MyScript.groovy #!/usr/bin/env groovyclient
  17. 17. WRITING SCRIPTS
  18. 18. RESTRICTIONS Classname == Filename to be found from other script
  19. 19. EXECUTING SHELLCOMMANDS "mkdir foo".execute() ["mkdir", "my directory"].execute()
  20. 20. WORKINGDIR& ENVIRONMENT "ls".execute([], new File("/tmp")) "env".execute(["VAR1=Test", "VAR2=Something"], new File(".")) "env".execute([*:System.env, VAR1: 'Test'].collect{ k,v -> "$k=$v" }, new File("."))
  21. 21. RESULTACCESS println "ls".execute().text println "cmd /c dir".execute().text "ls".execute().inputStream.eachLine { println it } "ls".execute().in.eachLine { println it } "myCommand".execute().err.eachLine { println it } def proc = new ProcessBuilder("myCommand").redirectErrorStream(true).start() proc.in.eachLine { println it }
  22. 22. PROCESSCONTROL Process process = "mkdir foo".execute() process.waitFor() int exitValue = process.exitValue() if(!exitValue) { //do your error-handling } if(!"mkdir foo".execute().waitFor()) { //do your error-handling } "grep pattern".execute().waitForOrKill(1000) def process = "myLongRunningCommand".execute() ... process.destroy()
  23. 23. PROCESSOUTPUT Process process = "myCommand".execute() def out = new StringBuffer() def err = new StringBuffer() process.waitForProcessOutput( out, err ) if( out.size() > 0 ) println out if( err.size() > 0 ) println err def p = "rm -f foo.tmp".execute([], tmpDir) p.consumeProcessOutput() // Prevent blocking by small buffer p.waitFor()
  24. 24. PIPING "less temp.sh".execute().pipeTo("grep Detected".execute()).text def proc1 = "less temp.sh".execute() def proc2 = "grep Detected".execute() proc1 | proc2 println proc2.text
  25. 25. WILDCARDS "ls *.java".execute() // won't work "sh -c ls *.java".execute() // Shell resolves the wildcard
  26. 26. SHELLHELPERI class Shell { final Map env = System.env File dir = new File('.') boolean redirectErrorStream = false long timeout = 5000 Shell env(Map env) { this.env.putAll(env); return this } Shell dir(File dir) { this.dir = dir; return this } Shell dir(String dir) { this.dir = new File(dir); return this } Shell redirectErrorStream(boolean redirectErrorStream = true) { this.redirectErrorStream = redirectErrorStream; return this } Shell timeout(int timeout = 5000) { this.timeout = timeout; return this }
  27. 27. SHELLHELPERII Process execute(String command) { new ProcessBuilder(['sh', '-c', command]) .directory(dir) .redirectErrorStream(redirectErrorStream) .environment(env.collect{k,v -> "$k=$v"} as String[]) .start() } int call(String command, boolean consumeOutput = true) { Process proc = execute(command) if(consumeOutput) proc.consumeProcessOutput() if(timeout) proc.waitForOrKill(timeout) else proc.waitFor() return proc.exitValue() } def eachLine(String command, Closure action) { execute(command).in.eachLine(action) } }
  28. 28. SHELLHELPERIII def shell = new Shell() shell.call("mkdir /tmp/groovy") shell.call("echo 123 >> /tmp/groovy/test") shell.dir("/tmp/groovy").call("echo $HOME >> test2") shell.eachLine("ls ."){ println "- $it -" } shell.eachLine("cat test2"){ println "- $it -" }
  29. 29. HELPFULLSTUFF ACCESSINGSYSTEM-VARIABLES println System.env.PWD ACCESSINGSYSTEM-PROPERTIES println System.properties.'user.dir' GETYOURPID import java.lang.management.* println ManagementFactory.runtimeMXBean.name.split('@').first().toInteger()
  30. 30. CLIBUILDER
  31. 31. PARSINGCOMMANDLINE ARGUMENTS DSL ontop of Apache Commons CLI !#/usr/bin/env groovy def cli = new CliBuilder(usage: 'MyScript') cli.with { v(longOpt: 'version', 'show version information') } def opt = cli.parse(args) if (!opt) System.exit(2) if (opt.v) { println "Version: 1.0.0" }
  32. 32. ASAMPLE usage: MyScript [options] [args] -?,--help usage information --config <arg> A script for tweaking the configuration -D <property=value> use value for given property -s,--source <path> Aliases for '-source' -source <path> Specify where to find the files -v,--version version information
  33. 33. THECODEI #!/usr/bin/env groovy def cli = new CliBuilder(usage: 'MyScript [options] [args]') cli.with { source (args:1, argName: 'path', optionalArg: false, 'Specify where to find the files') _ (longOpt: 'config', args:1, argName: 'arg', optionalArg: false, 'A script for tweaking the configuration') s (longOpt: 'source', args:1, argName:'path', optionalArg: false, "Aliases for '-source'") '?' (longOpt: 'help', 'usage information') v (longOpt: 'version', 'version information') D (args: 2, valueSeparator: '=', argName: 'property=value', 'use value for given property') }
  34. 34. THECODEII def opt = cli.parse(args) if (!opt) // usage already displayed by cli.parse() System.exit(2) if(opt.'?') cli.usage() else if (opt.v) println "Version: 1.0.0" else { if (opt.config) println "Configuration: $opt.config" if(opt.D) { println "Custom properties:" println opt.Ds.collate(2).collect{ it.join('=') }.join('n') } def home = System.properties.'user.dir' if (opt.s || opt.source) home = opt.s ?: opt.source println "Working on files:" opt.arguments().each println "$home/$it" }
  35. 35. DEPENDENCY MANAGEMENT
  36. 36. GRAPE GROOVYADAPTABLEPACKAGINGENGINE @Grab(group='org.springframework', module='spring-orm', version='3.2.5.RELEASE') import org.springframework.jdbc.core.JdbcTemplate @Grab('org.springframework:spring-orm:3.2.5.RELEASE') import org.springframework.jdbc.core.JdbcTemplate Cachedirectory ~/.groovy/grape
  37. 37. @GRABANNOTATIONI Annotatable everywhere often seen at import statements group (String) Maven groupId or Ivy organization module (String) Maven artifactId or Ivy artifact version (String) literal '1.1-RC3' Ivy range '[1.0, 2,0]' -> 1.0 or 2.0 '[2.1,)' -> 2.1 or greater classifier (String) 'jdk15' optional
  38. 38. MULTIPLEDEPENDENCIES @Grapes([ @Grab(group='commons-primitives', module='commons-primitives', version='1.0'), @Grab(group='org.ccil.cowan.tagsoup', module='tagsoup', version='0.9.7') ]) class Example { ... }
  39. 39. REPOSITORIES Configuration in ~/.groovy/grapeConfig.xml Grape cache -> ~/.groovy/grapes Maven Local -> ~/.m2/repository JCenter (includes Maven Central) Codehaus.org IBiblio Java.net http://jcenter.bintray.com http://repository.codehaus.org http://www.ibiblio.org http://download.java.net/maven/2 @GrabResolver(name='restlet', root='http://maven.restlet.org/') @Grab(group='org.restlet', module='org.restlet', version='1.1.6')
  40. 40. EXCLUDETRANSITIVEDEPENDENCIES @Grab('net.sourceforge.htmlunit:htmlunit:2.8') @GrabExclude('xml-apis:xml-apis')
  41. 41. GRABCONFIG @GrabConfig(systemClassLoader=true) @Grab(group='mysql', module='mysql-connector-java', version='5.1.6') GrabConfig systemClassLoader (boolean) using the System-ClassLoader initContextClassLoader (boolean) ContextClassLoader = CL of the current thread autoDownload (boolean) automatic downloading disableChecksums (boolean) checking checksums
  42. 42. PROXY-CONFIGURATION $ groovy -Dhttp.proxyHost=<host> -Dhttp.proxyPort=<port> -Dhttp.proxyUser=<user> -Dhttp.proxyPassword=<user> yourscript.groovy JAVA_OPTS = -Dhttp.proxyHost=<host> -Dhttp.proxyPort=<port> -Dhttp.proxyUser=<user> -Dhttp.proxyPassword=<user>
  43. 43. QUESTIONS? Alexander (Sascha) Klein   codecentric AG Curiestr. 2 70563 Stuttgart   tel +49.711.67400-328 mobile +49.172.5294020 alexander.klein@codecentric.de @saschaklein   http://www.codecentric.de http://blog.codecentric.de

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