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bitwarden-update.sh
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Update (or install) the latest Bitwarden
# Optimized for Debian + GNOME
# ffflorian 2019
set -e
SCRIPT_NAME='${0##*/}'
INSTALL_DIR='/opt/Bitwarden'
EXEC_BIN='${INSTALL_DIR}/bitwarden'
TEMP_DIR='$(mktemp -d)'
DEB_FILE='${TEMP_DIR}/bitwarden.deb'
CONFIG_FILE='${HOME}/.config/Bitwarden/data.json'
RELEASE_URL='https://api.github.com/repos/bitwarden/desktop/releases/latest'
USE_CURL='yes'
FORCE='no'
_cleanup() {
rm -rf '${TEMP_DIR}'
}
trap _cleanup EXIT
_compare_version() {
printf'%03d%03d%03d%03d'$(echo '${1}' tr '.''')
}
get_latest_release() {
if [ '${USE_CURL}'='yes' ];then
curl -sL '${RELEASE_URL}' grep ''tag_name':' sed -E 's/.*'v?([^']+)'.*/1/'
else
wget -qO- '${RELEASE_URL}' grep ''tag_name':' sed -E 's/.*'v?([^']+)'.*/1/'
fi
}
_print_usage() {
cat <<EOF
Usage: ${SCRIPT_NAME} [option]
Options:
--force (-f) Reinstall Bitwarden if it is already installed.
Commands:
--help (-h) Display this help message
EOF
}
while:
do
case'${1}'in
-f --force )
FORCE='force'
shift
;;
-h --help )
_print_usage
exit 0
;;
* )
break
;;
esac
done
if [ -d'${INSTALL_DIR}' ];then
if [ -r'${EXEC_BIN}' ] && [ -r'${CONFIG_FILE}' ];then
CURRENT_VERSION='$(sed -n 's/.*'installedVersion': '(.*)',/1/p''${CONFIG_FILE}')'
else
read -r -p 'The current Bitwarden installation seems to be broken. Would you like to reinstall the latest version? [y/N] ' RESPONSE
case'${RESPONSE}'in
[nN][oO] [nN] '' ) exit 0 ;;
esac
FORCE='force'
fi
else
read -r -p 'Bitwarden is not installed yet. Would you like to install it? [y/N] ' RESPONSE
case'${RESPONSE}'in
[nN][oO] [nN] '' ) exit 0 ;;
esac
FORCE='force'
fi
if!command -v 'curl'> /dev/null;then
USE_CURL='no'
fi
LATEST_VERSION='$(get_latest_release)'
if [ '${FORCE}'!='force' ];then
if [ '$(_compare_version '${LATEST_VERSION}')'-le'$(_compare_version '${CURRENT_VERSION}')' ];then
echo'No update needed, ${CURRENT_VERSION} is the latest Bitwarden version available.'
echo'Run this script with --force to reinstall this Bitwarden version.'
exit 0
fi
fi
DOWNLOAD_URL='https://github.com/bitwarden/desktop/releases/download/v${LATEST_VERSION}/Bitwarden-${LATEST_VERSION}-amd64.deb'
echo'Downloading Bitwarden ${LATEST_VERSION} from ${DOWNLOAD_URL} .. '
if [ '${USE_CURL}'='yes' ];then
curl -o '${DEB_FILE}' -L '${DOWNLOAD_URL}'
else
wget -O '${DEB_FILE}''${DOWNLOAD_URL}'
fi
printf'OKnn'
if [ !-r'${DEB_FILE}' ];then
echo'Error: could not find downloaded file '${DEB_FILE}''.
exit 1
fi
echo'Installing Bitwarden .. '
sudo dpkg -i '${DEB_FILE}'
echo'All done!'
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