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#!/bin/sh

#############################################################################
##
## Copyright (C) 2019 The Qt Company Ltd.
## Contact: http://www.qt.io/licensing/
##
## This file is part of the provisioning scripts of the Qt Toolkit.
##
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#############################################################################


# A helper script used for downloading a file from a URL or an alternative
# URL. Also the SHA is checked for the file (SHA algorithm is autodetected
# based on the SHA length). Target filename should also be given.

############################ BOILERPLATE ###############################
command -v sha1sum >/dev/null   ||  alias   sha1sum='shasum -a 1'
command -v sha256sum >/dev/null ||  alias sha256sum='shasum -a 256'
command -v sha384sum >/dev/null ||  alias sha384sum='shasum -a 384'
command -v sha512sum >/dev/null ||  alias sha512sum='shasum -a 512'
########################################################################


Download () {
    url="$1"
    targetFile="$2"

    command -v curl >/dev/null  \
        && curl --fail -L --retry 5 --retry-delay 5 -o "$targetFile" "$url"  \
        || wget --tries 5 -O "$targetFile" "$url"
}

VerifyHash () {
    file=$1
    expectedHash=$2

    if [ ! -f "$file" ]
    then  return 2              # file does not exist
    fi


    hashLength="$(echo "$expectedHash" | wc -c | sed 's/ *//g')"
    # Use backticks because of bug with bash-3 (default on macOS),
    # caused when there are unbalanced parentheses inside $()
    # shellcheck disable=SC2006
    hash=`case "$hashLength" in
            41)  sha1sum    "$file"  ;;
            65)  sha256sum  "$file"  ;;
            97)  sha384sum  "$file"  ;;
            129) sha512sum  "$file"  ;;
            *) echo "FATAL! Unknown hash length:  $hashLength" 1>&2  &&  exit 1  ;;
        esac | cut -d ' ' -f 1`

    if [ ! "$expectedHash" = "$hash" ]
    then
        echo "FAIL! wrong file hash:  $file  $hash"  1>&2
        return 1
    fi
    echo "OK verified integrity of:  $file"
}

# Check if file already exists and is good, otherwise download it
DownloadURL () {
    url=$1
    url2=$2
    expectedHash=$3
    targetFile=$4

    if VerifyHash "$targetFile" "$expectedHash"
    then
        echo "Skipping download, found and validated existing file:  $targetFile"
    else
        echo "Downloading from primary URL:  $url"
        if  ! Download "$url" "$targetFile"
        then
            echo "FAIL! to download, trying alternative URL:  $url2"  1>&2
            if  ! Download "$url2" "$targetFile"
            then
                echo 'FAIL! to download even from alternative URL'  1>&2
                return 1
            fi
        fi
        VerifyHash "$targetFile" "$expectedHash"
    fi
}