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# Copyright (c) 2012 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""SCM-specific utility classes."""
import glob
import io
import logging
import os
import platform
import re
import sys
import tempfile
import time
from xml.etree import ElementTree
import gclient_utils
import subprocess2
def ValidateEmail(email):
return (
re.match(r"^[a-zA-Z0-9._%\-+]+@[a-zA-Z0-9._%-]+.[a-zA-Z]{2,6}$", email)
is not None)
def GetCasedPath(path):
"""Elcheapos way to get the real path case on Windows."""
if sys.platform.startswith('win') and os.path.exists(path):
# Reconstruct the path.
path = os.path.abspath(path)
paths = path.split('\\')
for i in range(len(paths)):
if i == 0:
# Skip drive letter.
subpath = '\\'.join(paths[:i+1])
prev = len('\\'.join(paths[:i]))
# glob.glob will return the cased path for the last item only. This is why
# we are calling it in a loop. Extract the data we want and put it back
# into the list.
paths[i] = glob.glob(subpath + '*')[0][prev+1:len(subpath)]
path = '\\'.join(paths)
return path
def GenFakeDiff(filename):
"""Generates a fake diff from a file."""
file_content = gclient_utils.FileRead(filename, 'rb').splitlines(True)
filename = filename.replace(os.sep, '/')
nb_lines = len(file_content)
# We need to use / since patch on unix will fail otherwise.
data = io.StringIO()
data.write("Index: %s\n" % filename)
data.write('=' * 67 + '\n')
# Note: Should we use /dev/null instead?
data.write("--- %s\n" % filename)
data.write("+++ %s\n" % filename)
data.write("@@ -0,0 +1,%d @@\n" % nb_lines)
# Prepend '+' to every lines.
for line in file_content:
result = data.getvalue()
return result
def determine_scm(root):
"""Similar to's version but much simpler.
Returns 'git' or None.
if os.path.isdir(os.path.join(root, '.git')):
return 'git'
['git', 'rev-parse', '--show-cdup'],
return 'git'
except (OSError, subprocess2.CalledProcessError):
return None
def only_int(val):
if val.isdigit():
return int(val)
return 0
class GIT(object):
current_version = None
def ApplyEnvVars(kwargs):
env = kwargs.pop('env', None) or os.environ.copy()
# Don't prompt for passwords; just fail quickly and noisily.
# By default, git will use an interactive terminal prompt when a username/
# password is needed. That shouldn't happen in the chromium workflow,
# and if it does, then gclient may hide the prompt in the midst of a flood
# of terminal spew. The only indication that something has gone wrong
# will be when gclient hangs unresponsively. Instead, we disable the
# password prompt and simply allow git to fail noisily. The error
# message produced by git will be copied to gclient's output.
env.setdefault('GIT_ASKPASS', 'true')
env.setdefault('SSH_ASKPASS', 'true')
# 'cat' is a magical git string that disables pagers on all platforms.
env.setdefault('GIT_PAGER', 'cat')
return env
def Capture(args, cwd, strip_out=True, **kwargs):
env = GIT.ApplyEnvVars(kwargs)
output = subprocess2.check_output(
['git'] + args,
cwd=cwd, stderr=subprocess2.PIPE, env=env, **kwargs)
return output.strip() if strip_out else output
def CaptureStatus(files, cwd, upstream_branch):
"""Returns git status.
@files can be a string (one file) or a list of files.
Returns an array of (status, file) tuples."""
if upstream_branch is None:
upstream_branch = GIT.GetUpstreamBranch(cwd)
if upstream_branch is None:
raise gclient_utils.Error('Cannot determine upstream branch')
command = ['-c', 'core.quotePath=false', 'diff',
'--name-status', '--no-renames', '-r', '%s...' % upstream_branch]
if not files:
elif isinstance(files, basestring):
status = GIT.Capture(command, cwd)
results = []
if status:
for statusline in status.splitlines():
# 3-way merges can cause the status can be 'MMM' instead of 'M'. This
# can happen when the user has 2 local branches and he diffs between
# these 2 branches instead diffing to upstream.
m = re.match('^(\w)+\t(.+)$', statusline)
if not m:
raise gclient_utils.Error(
'status currently unsupported: %s' % statusline)
# Only grab the first letter.
results.append(('%s ' %[0],
return results
def IsWorkTreeDirty(cwd):
return GIT.Capture(['status', '-s'], cwd=cwd) != ''
def GetEmail(cwd):
"""Retrieves the user email address if known."""
return GIT.Capture(['config', ''], cwd=cwd)
except subprocess2.CalledProcessError:
return ''
def ShortBranchName(branch):
"""Converts a name like 'refs/heads/foo' to just 'foo'."""
return branch.replace('refs/heads/', '')
def GetBranchRef(cwd):
"""Returns the full branch reference, e.g. 'refs/heads/master'."""
return GIT.Capture(['symbolic-ref', 'HEAD'], cwd=cwd)
def GetBranch(cwd):
"""Returns the short branch name, e.g. 'master'."""
return GIT.ShortBranchName(GIT.GetBranchRef(cwd))
def FetchUpstreamTuple(cwd):
"""Returns a tuple containg remote and remote ref,
e.g. 'origin', 'refs/heads/master'
remote = '.'
branch = GIT.GetBranch(cwd)
upstream_branch = GIT.Capture(
['config', '--local', 'branch.%s.merge' % branch], cwd=cwd)
except subprocess2.CalledProcessError:
upstream_branch = None
if upstream_branch:
remote = GIT.Capture(
['config', '--local', 'branch.%s.remote' % branch], cwd=cwd)
except subprocess2.CalledProcessError:
upstream_branch = GIT.Capture(
['config', '--local', 'rietveld.upstream-branch'], cwd=cwd)
except subprocess2.CalledProcessError:
upstream_branch = None
if upstream_branch:
remote = GIT.Capture(
['config', '--local', 'rietveld.upstream-remote'], cwd=cwd)
except subprocess2.CalledProcessError:
# Else, try to guess the origin remote.
remote_branches = GIT.Capture(['branch', '-r'], cwd=cwd).split()
if 'origin/master' in remote_branches:
# Fall back on origin/master if it exits.
remote = 'origin'
upstream_branch = 'refs/heads/master'
# Give up.
remote = None
upstream_branch = None
return remote, upstream_branch
def RefToRemoteRef(ref, remote):
"""Convert a checkout ref to the equivalent remote ref.
A tuple of the remote ref's (common prefix, unique suffix), or None if it
doesn't appear to refer to a remote ref (e.g. it's a commit hash).
# TODO(mmoss): This is just a brute-force mapping based of the expected git
# config. It's a bit better than the even more brute-force replace('heads',
# ...), but could still be smarter (like maybe actually using values gleaned
# from the git config).
m = re.match('^(refs/(remotes/)?)?branch-heads/', ref or '')
if m:
return ('refs/remotes/branch-heads/', ref.replace(, ''))
m = re.match('^((refs/)?remotes/)?%s/|(refs/)?heads/' % remote, ref or '')
if m:
return ('refs/remotes/%s/' % remote, ref.replace(, ''))
return None
def RemoteRefToRef(ref, remote):
assert remote, 'A remote must be given'
if not ref or not ref.startswith('refs/'):
return None
if not ref.startswith('refs/remotes/'):
return ref
if ref.startswith('refs/remotes/branch-heads/'):
return 'refs' + ref[len('refs/remotes'):]
if ref.startswith('refs/remotes/%s/' % remote):
return 'refs/heads' + ref[len('refs/remotes/%s' % remote):]
return None
def GetUpstreamBranch(cwd):
"""Gets the current branch's upstream branch."""
remote, upstream_branch = GIT.FetchUpstreamTuple(cwd)
if remote != '.' and upstream_branch:
remote_ref = GIT.RefToRemoteRef(upstream_branch, remote)
if remote_ref:
upstream_branch = ''.join(remote_ref)
return upstream_branch
def IsAncestor(cwd, maybe_ancestor, ref):
"""Verifies if |maybe_ancestor| is an ancestor of |ref|."""
GIT.Capture(['merge-base', '--is-ancestor', maybe_ancestor, ref], cwd=cwd)
return True
except subprocess2.CalledProcessError:
return False
def GetOldContents(cwd, filename, branch=None):
if not branch:
branch = GIT.GetUpstreamBranch(cwd)
if platform.system() == 'Windows':
# git show <sha>:<path> wants a posix path.
filename = filename.replace('\\', '/')
command = ['show', '%s:%s' % (branch, filename)]
return GIT.Capture(command, cwd=cwd, strip_out=False)
except subprocess2.CalledProcessError:
return ''
def GenerateDiff(cwd, branch=None, branch_head='HEAD', full_move=False,
"""Diffs against the upstream branch or optionally another branch.
full_move means that move or copy operations should completely recreate the
files, usually in the prospect to apply the patch for a try job."""
if not branch:
branch = GIT.GetUpstreamBranch(cwd)
command = ['-c', 'core.quotePath=false', 'diff',
'-p', '--no-color', '--no-prefix', '--no-ext-diff',
branch + "..." + branch_head]
if full_move:
# TODO(maruel): --binary support.
if files:
diff = GIT.Capture(command, cwd=cwd, strip_out=False).splitlines(True)
for i in range(len(diff)):
# In the case of added files, replace /dev/null with the path to the
# file being added.
if diff[i].startswith('--- /dev/null'):
diff[i] = '--- %s' % diff[i+1][4:]
return ''.join(diff)
def GetDifferentFiles(cwd, branch=None, branch_head='HEAD'):
"""Returns the list of modified files between two branches."""
if not branch:
branch = GIT.GetUpstreamBranch(cwd)
command = ['-c', 'core.quotePath=false', 'diff',
'--name-only', branch + "..." + branch_head]
return GIT.Capture(command, cwd=cwd).splitlines(False)
def GetPatchName(cwd):
"""Constructs a name for this patch."""
short_sha = GIT.Capture(['rev-parse', '--short=4', 'HEAD'], cwd=cwd)
return "%s#%s" % (GIT.GetBranch(cwd), short_sha)
def GetCheckoutRoot(cwd):
"""Returns the top level directory of a git checkout as an absolute path.
root = GIT.Capture(['rev-parse', '--show-cdup'], cwd=cwd)
return os.path.abspath(os.path.join(cwd, root))
def GetGitDir(cwd):
return os.path.abspath(GIT.Capture(['rev-parse', '--git-dir'], cwd=cwd))
def IsInsideWorkTree(cwd):
return GIT.Capture(['rev-parse', '--is-inside-work-tree'], cwd=cwd)
except (OSError, subprocess2.CalledProcessError):
return False
def IsDirectoryVersioned(cwd, relative_dir):
"""Checks whether the given |relative_dir| is part of cwd's repo."""
return bool(GIT.Capture(['ls-tree', 'HEAD', relative_dir], cwd=cwd))
def CleanupDir(cwd, relative_dir):
"""Cleans up untracked file inside |relative_dir|."""
return bool(GIT.Capture(['clean', '-df', relative_dir], cwd=cwd))
def IsValidRevision(cwd, rev, sha_only=False):
"""Verifies the revision is a proper git revision.
sha_only: Fail unless rev is a sha hash.
sha = GIT.Capture(['rev-parse', '--verify', '%s^{commit}' % rev],
if sha_only:
return sha == rev.lower()
return True
except subprocess2.CalledProcessError:
return False
def AssertVersion(cls, min_version):
"""Asserts git's version is at least min_version."""
if cls.current_version is None:
current_version = cls.Capture(['--version'], '.')
matched ='version ([0-9\.]+)', current_version.decode())
cls.current_version =
current_version_list = list(map(only_int, cls.current_version.split('.')))
for min_ver in map(int, min_version.split('.')):
ver = current_version_list.pop(0)
if ver < min_ver:
return (False, cls.current_version)
elif ver > min_ver:
return (True, cls.current_version)
return (True, cls.current_version)