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@echo off
REM Copyright (c) 2013, the Dart project authors. Please see the AUTHORS file
REM for details. All rights reserved. Use of this source code is governed by a
REM BSD-style license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
rem Handle the case where dart-sdk/bin has been symlinked to.
call :follow_links "%DIR_NAME%", RETURNED_BIN_DIR
rem Get rid of surrounding quotes.
for %%i in ("%RETURNED_BIN_DIR%") do set BIN_DIR=%%~fi
set DART=%BIN_DIR%\dart
set SNAPSHOT=%BIN_DIR%\snapshots\dartanalyzer.dart.snapshot
rem Get absolute full name for SDK_DIR.
for %%i in ("%BIN_DIR%\..\") do set SDK_DIR=%%~fi
rem Remove trailing backslash if there is one
if %SDK_DIR:~-1%==\ set SDK_DIR=%SDK_DIR:~0,-1%
set SDK_ARG=--dart-sdk=%SDK_DIR%
"%DART%" "%SNAPSHOT%" "%SDK_ARG%" %*
exit /b %errorlevel%
rem Follow the symbolic links (junctions points) using `dir to determine the
rem canonical path. Output with a link looks something like this
rem 01/03/2013 10:11 PM <JUNCTION> abc def
rem [c:\dart_bleeding\dart-repo.9\dart\out\ReleaseIA32\dart-sdk]
rem So in the output of 'dir /a:l "targetdir"' we are looking for a filename
rem surrounded by right angle bracket and left square bracket. Once we get
rem the filename, which is name of the link, we recursively follow that.
for %%i in (%1) do set result=%%~fi
set current=
for /f "usebackq tokens=2 delims=[]" %%i in (`dir /a:l "%~dp1" 2^>nul ^
^| %SystemRoot%\System32\find.exe "> %~n1 [" 2^>nul`) do (
set current=%%i
if not "%current%"=="" call :follow_links "%current%", result
endlocal & set %~2=%result%
goto :eof