File: readproperties.awk

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# Adapted from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1682442/reading-java-properties-file-from-bash/2318840#2318840
BEGIN {
    FS="=";
    n="";
    v="";
    c=0; # Not a line continuation.
}
/^\#/ { # The line is a comment.  Breaks line continuation.
    c=0;
    next;
}
/\\$/ && (c==0) && (NF>=2) { # Name value pair with a line continuation...
    e=index($0,"=");
    n=substr($0,1,e-1);
    v=substr($0,e+1,length($0) - e - 1);    # Trim off the backslash.
    c=1;                                    # Line continuation mode.
    next;
}
/^[^\\]+\\$/ && (c==1) { # Line continuation.  Accumulate the value.
    v= "" v substr($0,1,length($0)-1);
    next;
}
((c==1) || (NF>=2)) && !/^[^\\]+\\$/ { # End of line continuation, or a single line name/value pair
    if (c==0) {  # Single line name/value pair
        e=index($0,"=");
        n=substr($0,1,e-1);
        v=substr($0,e+1,length($0) - e);
    } else { # Line continuation mode - last line of the value.
        c=0; # Turn off line continuation mode.
        v= "" v $0;
    }
    # Make sure the name is a legal shell variable name
    gsub(/[^A-Za-z0-9_]/,"_",n);
    # Silently drop everything that might confuse bash.
    gsub(/[\n\r\\\t'"\$!]/,"",v);
    print "export " n "=\"" v "\" || echo \"Failed to set " n "\""; # don't make bash crap out when a property could not be parsed
    n = "";
    v = "";
}