build.bash: respect SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH

SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH seems to be the standard env variable
for faking a build date for reproducible builds.
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Jakob Unterwurzacher 2018-12-16 20:16:12 +01:00
parent 9daa205c10
commit d32c149266
1 changed files with 9 additions and 1 deletions

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@ -52,12 +52,20 @@ else
cd "$MYDIR"
# Build date, something like "2017-09-06"
# Build date, something like "2017-09-06". Don't override BUILDDATE
# if it is already set. This may be done for reproducible builds.
if [[ -z ${BUILDDATE:-} ]] ; then
BUILDDATE=$(date +%Y-%m-%d)
# If SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH is set, it overrides BUILDDATE. This is the
# standard environment variable for faking the date in reproducible builds.
if [[ -n ${SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH:-} ]] ; then
BUILDDATE=$(date --utc --date="@${SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH}" +%Y-%m-%d)
LDFLAGS="-X main.GitVersion=$GITVERSION -X main.GitVersionFuse=$GITVERSIONFUSE -X main.BuildDate=$BUILDDATE"
go build "-ldflags=$LDFLAGS" "$@"
(cd gocryptfs-xray; go build "$@")