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#!/usr/bin/env bash
echo "test the standard workflow (as close as possible to how a user would do it, in the shell)"
echo "machine: $(uname -m)"
echo "kernel: $(uname -s)"
set -x
set -e
# Test that arbitrary (non-released) versions can be installed and
# activated.
# This test cannot run on linux-arm64 because only certain binaries
# get uploaded for this architecture.
if [[ !($(uname -s) == "Linux" && $(uname -m) == "aarch64") ]]; then
./emsdk install sdk-upstream-1b7f7bc6002a3ca73647f41fc10e1fac7f06f804
./emsdk activate sdk-upstream-1b7f7bc6002a3ca73647f41fc10e1fac7f06f804
source ./
which emcc
emcc -v
# Install an older version of the SDK that requires EM_CACHE to be
# set in the environment, so that we can test it is later removed
# This test only runs on x64 because we didn't build arm binaries
# when this older version of the SDK was built.
if [[ $(uname -m) == "x86_64" ]]; then
./emsdk install sdk-1.39.15
./emsdk activate sdk-1.39.15
source ./
which emcc
emcc -v
test -n "$EM_CACHE"
# Install the latest version of the SDK which is the expected precondition
# of
./emsdk install latest
./emsdk activate latest
source ./ --build=Release
# Test that EM_CACHE was unset
test -z "$EM_CACHE"
# On mac and windows python3 should be in the path and point to the
# bundled version.
which python3
which emcc
emcc -v