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     1	#!/usr/bin/env bash
     2	# Copyright 2009 The Go Authors. All rights reserved.
     3	# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style
     4	# license that can be found in the LICENSE file.
     5	
     6	set -e
     7	
     8	eval $(go env)
     9	export GOROOT   # the api test requires GOROOT to be set.
    10	
    11	# We disallow local import for non-local packages, if $GOROOT happens
    12	# to be under $GOPATH, then some tests below will fail.  $GOPATH needs
    13	# to be set to a non-empty string, else Go will set a default value
    14	# that may also conflict with $GOROOT.  The $GOPATH value doesn't need
    15	# to point to an actual directory, it just needs to pass the semantic
    16	# checks performed by Go.  Use $GOROOT to define $GOPATH so that we
    17	# don't blunder into a user-defined symbolic link.
    18	GOPATH=$GOROOT/nonexistentpath
    19	export GOPATH
    20	
    21	unset CDPATH	# in case user has it set
    22	unset GOBIN     # Issue 14340
    23	
    24	export GOHOSTOS
    25	export CC
    26	
    27	# no core files, please
    28	ulimit -c 0
    29	
    30	# Raise soft limits to hard limits for NetBSD/OpenBSD.
    31	# We need at least 256 files and ~300 MB of bss.
    32	# On OS X ulimit -S -n rejects 'unlimited'.
    33	#
    34	# Note that ulimit -S -n may fail if ulimit -H -n is set higher than a
    35	# non-root process is allowed to set the high limit.
    36	# This is a system misconfiguration and should be fixed on the
    37	# broken system, not "fixed" by ignoring the failure here.
    38	# See longer discussion on golang.org/issue/7381. 
    39	[ "$(ulimit -H -n)" = "unlimited" ] || ulimit -S -n $(ulimit -H -n)
    40	[ "$(ulimit -H -d)" = "unlimited" ] || ulimit -S -d $(ulimit -H -d)
    41	
    42	# Thread count limit on NetBSD 7.
    43	if ulimit -T &> /dev/null; then
    44		[ "$(ulimit -H -T)" = "unlimited" ] || ulimit -S -T $(ulimit -H -T)
    45	fi
    46	
    47	exec go tool dist test -rebuild "$@"

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