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%global npm_name topojson-simplify

Name:           %{npm_name}
Version:        3.0.3
Release:        %autorelease -b 2
Summary:        Topology-preserving simplification and filtering for TopoJSON

# License of topojson-simplify is ISC; others come from bundled dependencies.
# See the license file %%{npm_name}-%%{version}-bundled-licenses.txt for a list
# of licenses in NPM format. Each bundled dependency has the license specified
# in the "license" key of its package.json file.
License:        ISC and MIT
%global forgeurl{npm_name}
URL:            %{forgeurl}
# The test files are not included in the NPM tarball. Instead of using a
# script source, we add the corresponding GitHub tarball as a
# second source. This results in some duplication in the source RPM, but it is
# a lot simpler!
# Note says,
# “The canonical method for shipping most node modules is tarballs from the npm
# registry. […] This method should be preferred to using checkouts from git or
# automatically generated tarballs from GitHub.” (Otherwise, we might just use
# the GitHub tarball as the primary source.)
Source1:        %{forgesource}
# Created with (from nodejs-packaging RPM):
# nodejs-packaging-bundler %%{npm_name} %%{version}
Source2:        %{npm_name}-%{version}-nm-prod.tgz
Source3:        %{npm_name}-%{version}-nm-dev.tgz
Source4:        %{npm_name}-%{version}-bundled-licenses.txt
# Hand-written man page
Source5:        toposimplify.1
Source6:        check-null-licenses
Source7:        audited-null-licenses.toml

ExclusiveArch:  %{nodejs_arches} noarch
BuildArch:      noarch

BuildRequires:  nodejs-devel
BuildRequires:  /usr/bin/esbuild
BuildRequires:  symlinks

# For check-null-licenses
BuildRequires:  python3
BuildRequires:  python3dist(toml)

Requires:       nodejs

Topology-preserving simplification and filtering for TopoJSON. Smaller files,
faster rendering!

For an introduction to line simplification:



  Given an input topology, assigns a z-value to every arc coordinate according
  to a configurable weight function, and then generates an output topology
  where every arc coordinate whose z-value is lower than a configurable minimum
  weight is removed. Only the x and y dimensions of the coordinates are
  preserved in the returned topology.

See also topojson-client and topojson-server.

%setup -q -n package
# Copy in the tests from the GitHub tarball.
%setup -q -T -D -b 1 -n package
cp -rp '../%{npm_name}-%{version}/test' './'

# Remove pre-compiled bundled JavaScript that was built with rollup. Fedora
# guidelines prevent us from using it.
rm -rf dist

cp -p '%{SOURCE4}' .
# Set up bundled runtime (prod) node modules.
tar -xzf '%{SOURCE2}'
mkdir -p node_modules
pushd node_modules
ln -s ../node_modules_prod/* .
if [ -e ../node_modules_prod/.bin ]
  ln -s ../node_modules_prod/.bin .

# Fix shebang lines in executables. For some reason, brp-mangle-shebangs does
# not seem to do this under %%nodejs_sitelib.
find . -type f -perm /0111 |
  while read -r fn
    if head -n 1 "${fn}" | grep -E '^#!%{_bindir}/env[[:blank:]]+' >/dev/null
      sed -r -i '1s/env +//' "${fn}"

# Under Fedora guidelines, we had to remove the pre-compiled bundled JavaScript
# sources. We have two options under the guidelines:
# 1. Patch everything to use ES6 modules directly. This is conceptually clean
#    but messy in practice.
# 2. Rebuild it ourselves. This is easy, and stays closest to upstream. Since
#    the rollup configuration is pretty trivial, and rollup is not in the prod
#    tarball, we choose to use esbuild instead of rollup. We also do not build
#    a minified bundle; that would be useful only for browsers.
# We choose to rebuild the bundle. We add a source map for better debugging,
# and we use CommonJS format instead of UMD since we do not need to support
# browsers. (Note that the tests would fail if we used iife format, for unknown
# reasons.)
mkdir -p dist
esbuild --bundle --platform=node --sourcemap \
    --outfile='dist/%{name}.js' 'src/index.js'

install -d '%{buildroot}%{nodejs_sitelib}/%{npm_name}'
# Note that, per Fedora guidelines, we MUST install the original sources
# whether they are used or not.
cp -rp \
    package.json \
    bin \
    dist \
    src \
    node_modules node_modules_prod \

install -d '%{buildroot}%{_bindir}'
# Create an absolute symlink in the buildroot, then convert it to a relative
# one that will still resolve after installation. Otherwise, to create a
# relative symlink, we would have to know how deeply nested %%nodejs_sitelib
# is, which breaks the abstraction of using a macro.
find '%{buildroot}%{nodejs_sitelib}/%{npm_name}/bin/' -type f |
  while read -r target
    link="%{buildroot}%{_bindir}/$(basename "${target}")"
    ln -sf "${target}" "${link}"
symlinks -c -o %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/*

install -t '%{buildroot}%{_mandir}/man1' -p -m 0644 -D '%{SOURCE5}'

%{python3} '%{SOURCE6}' --exceptions '%{SOURCE7}' --with prod node_modules_prod
%{__nodejs} -e 'require("./")'

# Set up bundled dev node_modules for testing. We must do this here, not in
# prep, so that they are not pulled into the installed RPM.
tar -xzf '%{SOURCE3}'
%{python3} '%{SOURCE6}' --exceptions '%{SOURCE7}' --with dev node_modules_dev
pushd node_modules
ln -s ../node_modules_dev/* .
if [ -e node_modules_dev/.bin ]
  if [ ! -e node_modules/.bin ]
    mkdir node_modules/.bin
  pushd node_modules/.bin
  ln -s ../../node_modules_dev/.bin/* .
# See scripts.test in package.json. Note that we do not use rollup at all; we
# want to test the same bundle we use in production.
NODE_ENV=test find test -type f -name '*-test.js' \
    -exec './node_modules/.bin/tape' '{}' '+'

%license LICENSE %{npm_name}-%{version}-bundled-licenses.txt