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authorGerrit Pape <pape@smarden.org>2007-11-06 13:48:34 (GMT)
committerJunio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>2007-11-08 00:45:31 (GMT)
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contrib/hooks/post-receive-email: reformat to wrap comments at 76 chars
Signed-off-by: Gerrit Pape <pape@smarden.org> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
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diff --git a/contrib/hooks/post-receive-email b/contrib/hooks/post-receive-email
index 379cedc..9b9a977 100644
--- a/contrib/hooks/post-receive-email
+++ b/contrib/hooks/post-receive-email
@@ -2,24 +2,26 @@
#
# Copyright (c) 2007 Andy Parkins
#
-# An example hook script to mail out commit update information. This hook sends emails
-# listing new revisions to the repository introduced by the change being reported. The
-# rule is that (for branch updates) each commit will appear on one email and one email
-# only.
+# An example hook script to mail out commit update information. This hook
+# sends emails listing new revisions to the repository introduced by the
+# change being reported. The rule is that (for branch updates) each commit
+# will appear on one email and one email only.
#
-# This hook is stored in the contrib/hooks directory. Your distribution will have put
-# this somewhere standard. You should make this script executable then link to it in
-# the repository you would like to use it in. For example, on debian the hook is stored
-# in /usr/share/doc/git-core/contrib/hooks/post-receive-email:
+# This hook is stored in the contrib/hooks directory. Your distribution
+# will have put this somewhere standard. You should make this script
+# executable then link to it in the repository you would like to use it in.
+# For example, on debian the hook is stored in
+# /usr/share/doc/git-core/contrib/hooks/post-receive-email:
#
# chmod a+x post-receive-email
# cd /path/to/your/repository.git
# ln -sf /usr/share/doc/git-core/contrib/hooks/post-receive-email hooks/post-receive
#
-# This hook script assumes it is enabled on the central repository of a project, with
-# all users pushing only to it and not between each other. It will still work if you
-# don't operate in that style, but it would become possible for the email to be from
-# someone other than the person doing the push.
+# This hook script assumes it is enabled on the central repository of a
+# project, with all users pushing only to it and not between each other. It
+# will still work if you don't operate in that style, but it would become
+# possible for the email to be from someone other than the person doing the
+# push.
#
# Config
# ------
@@ -28,11 +30,11 @@
# emails for every ref update.
# hooks.announcelist
# This is the list that all pushes of annotated tags will go to. Leave it
-# blank to default to the mailinglist field. The announce emails lists the
-# short log summary of the changes since the last annotated tag.
+# blank to default to the mailinglist field. The announce emails lists
+# the short log summary of the changes since the last annotated tag.
# hooks.envelopesender
-# If set then the -f option is passed to sendmail to allow the envelope sender
-# address to be set
+# If set then the -f option is passed to sendmail to allow the envelope
+# sender address to be set
#
# Notes
# -----
@@ -49,8 +51,8 @@
# this is and calls the appropriate body-generation routine after outputting
# the common header
#
-# Note this function doesn't actually generate any email output, that is taken
-# care of by the functions it calls:
+# Note this function doesn't actually generate any email output, that is
+# taken care of by the functions it calls:
# - generate_email_header
# - generate_create_XXXX_email
# - generate_update_XXXX_email
@@ -225,8 +227,9 @@ generate_create_branch_email()
echo $LOGBEGIN
# This shows all log entries that are not already covered by
# another ref - i.e. commits that are now accessible from this
- # ref that were previously not accessible (see generate_update_branch_email
- # for the explanation of this command)
+ # ref that were previously not accessible
+ # (see generate_update_branch_email for the explanation of this
+ # command)
git rev-parse --not --branches | grep -v $(git rev-parse $refname) |
git rev-list --pretty --stdin $newrev
echo $LOGEND
@@ -254,9 +257,10 @@ generate_update_branch_email()
#
# git-rev-list N ^O ^X ^N
#
- # So, we need to build up the list more carefully. git-rev-parse will
- # generate a list of revs that may be fed into git-rev-list. We can get
- # it to make the "--not --all" part and then filter out the "^N" with:
+ # So, we need to build up the list more carefully. git-rev-parse
+ # will generate a list of revs that may be fed into git-rev-list.
+ # We can get it to make the "--not --all" part and then filter out
+ # the "^N" with:
#
# git-rev-parse --not --all | grep -v N
#
@@ -266,16 +270,17 @@ generate_update_branch_email()
# git-rev-list N ^O ^X
#
# This leaves a problem when someone else updates the repository
- # while this script is running. Their new value of the ref we're working
- # on would be included in the "--not --all" output; and as our $newrev
- # would be an ancestor of that commit, it would exclude all of our
- # commits. What we really want is to exclude the current value of
- # $refname from the --not list, rather than N itself. So:
+ # while this script is running. Their new value of the ref we're
+ # working on would be included in the "--not --all" output; and as
+ # our $newrev would be an ancestor of that commit, it would exclude
+ # all of our commits. What we really want is to exclude the current
+ # value of $refname from the --not list, rather than N itself. So:
#
# git-rev-parse --not --all | grep -v $(git-rev-parse $refname)
#
- # Get's us to something pretty safe (apart from the small time between
- # refname being read, and git-rev-parse running - for that, I give up)
+ # Get's us to something pretty safe (apart from the small time
+ # between refname being read, and git-rev-parse running - for that,
+ # I give up)
#
#
# Next problem, consider this:
@@ -283,18 +288,18 @@ generate_update_branch_email()
# \
# * --- X --- * --- N ($newrev)
#
- # That is to say, there is no guarantee that oldrev is a strict subset of
- # newrev (it would have required a --force, but that's allowed). So, we
- # can't simply say rev-list $oldrev..$newrev. Instead we find the common
- # base of the two revs and list from there.
+ # That is to say, there is no guarantee that oldrev is a strict
+ # subset of newrev (it would have required a --force, but that's
+ # allowed). So, we can't simply say rev-list $oldrev..$newrev.
+ # Instead we find the common base of the two revs and list from
+ # there.
#
- # As above, we need to take into account the presence of X; if another
- # branch is already in the repository and points at some of the revisions
- # that we are about to output - we don't want them. The solution is as
- # before: git-rev-parse output filtered.
+ # As above, we need to take into account the presence of X; if
+ # another branch is already in the repository and points at some of
+ # the revisions that we are about to output - we don't want them.
+ # The solution is as before: git-rev-parse output filtered.
#
- # Finally, tags:
- # 1 --- 2 --- O --- T --- 3 --- 4 --- N
+ # Finally, tags: 1 --- 2 --- O --- T --- 3 --- 4 --- N
#
# Tags pushed into the repository generate nice shortlog emails that
# summarise the commits between them and the previous tag. However,
@@ -302,13 +307,14 @@ generate_update_branch_email()
# for a branch update. Therefore we still want to output revisions
# that have been output on a tag email.
#
- # Luckily, git-rev-parse includes just the tool. Instead of using "--all"
- # we use "--branches"; this has the added benefit that "remotes/" will
- # be ignored as well.
-
- # List all of the revisions that were removed by this update, in a fast forward
- # update, this list will be empty, because rev-list O ^N is empty. For a non
- # fast forward, O ^N is the list of removed revisions
+ # Luckily, git-rev-parse includes just the tool. Instead of using
+ # "--all" we use "--branches"; this has the added benefit that
+ # "remotes/" will be ignored as well.
+
+ # List all of the revisions that were removed by this update, in a
+ # fast forward update, this list will be empty, because rev-list O
+ # ^N is empty. For a non fast forward, O ^N is the list of removed
+ # revisions
fast_forward=""
rev=""
for rev in $(git rev-list $newrev..$oldrev)
@@ -321,10 +327,10 @@ generate_update_branch_email()
fi
# List all the revisions from baserev to newrev in a kind of
- # "table-of-contents"; note this list can include revisions that have
- # already had notification emails and is present to show the full detail
- # of the change from rolling back the old revision to the base revision and
- # then forward to the new revision
+ # "table-of-contents"; note this list can include revisions that
+ # have already had notification emails and is present to show the
+ # full detail of the change from rolling back the old revision to
+ # the base revision and then forward to the new revision
for rev in $(git rev-list $oldrev..$newrev)
do
revtype=$(git cat-file -t "$rev")
@@ -334,19 +340,20 @@ generate_update_branch_email()
if [ "$fast_forward" ]; then
echo " from $oldrev ($oldrev_type)"
else
- # 1. Existing revisions were removed. In this case newrev is a
- # subset of oldrev - this is the reverse of a fast-forward,
- # a rewind
- # 2. New revisions were added on top of an old revision, this is
- # a rewind and addition.
+ # 1. Existing revisions were removed. In this case newrev
+ # is a subset of oldrev - this is the reverse of a
+ # fast-forward, a rewind
+ # 2. New revisions were added on top of an old revision,
+ # this is a rewind and addition.
- # (1) certainly happened, (2) possibly. When (2) hasn't happened,
- # we set a flag to indicate that no log printout is required.
+ # (1) certainly happened, (2) possibly. When (2) hasn't
+ # happened, we set a flag to indicate that no log printout
+ # is required.
echo ""
- # Find the common ancestor of the old and new revisions and compare
- # it with newrev
+ # Find the common ancestor of the old and new revisions and
+ # compare it with newrev
baserev=$(git merge-base $oldrev $newrev)
rewind_only=""
if [ "$baserev" = "$newrev" ]; then
@@ -387,21 +394,22 @@ generate_update_branch_email()
git rev-parse --not --branches | grep -v $(git rev-parse $refname) |
git rev-list --pretty --stdin $oldrev..$newrev
- # XXX: Need a way of detecting whether git rev-list actually outputted
- # anything, so that we can issue a "no new revisions added by this
- # update" message
+ # XXX: Need a way of detecting whether git rev-list actually
+ # outputted anything, so that we can issue a "no new
+ # revisions added by this update" message
echo $LOGEND
else
echo "No new revisions were added by this update."
fi
- # The diffstat is shown from the old revision to the new revision. This
- # is to show the truth of what happened in this change. There's no point
- # showing the stat from the base to the new revision because the base
- # is effectively a random revision at this point - the user will be
- # interested in what this revision changed - including the undoing of
- # previous revisions in the case of non-fast forward updates.
+ # The diffstat is shown from the old revision to the new revision.
+ # This is to show the truth of what happened in this change.
+ # There's no point showing the stat from the base to the new
+ # revision because the base is effectively a random revision at this
+ # point - the user will be interested in what this revision changed
+ # - including the undoing of previous revisions in the case of
+ # non-fast forward updates.
echo ""
echo "Summary of changes:"
git diff-tree --stat --summary --find-copies-harder $oldrev..$newrev
@@ -448,7 +456,8 @@ generate_update_atag_email()
#
generate_atag_email()
{
- # Use git-for-each-ref to pull out the individual fields from the tag
+ # Use git-for-each-ref to pull out the individual fields from the
+ # tag
eval $(git for-each-ref --shell --format='
tagobject=%(*objectname)
tagtype=%(*objecttype)
@@ -459,8 +468,10 @@ generate_atag_email()
echo " tagging $tagobject ($tagtype)"
case "$tagtype" in
commit)
+
# If the tagged object is a commit, then we assume this is a
- # release, and so we calculate which tag this tag is replacing
+ # release, and so we calculate which tag this tag is
+ # replacing
prevtag=$(git describe --abbrev=0 $newrev^ 2>/dev/null)
if [ -n "$prevtag" ]; then
@@ -477,25 +488,27 @@ generate_atag_email()
echo ""
echo $LOGBEGIN
- # Show the content of the tag message; this might contain a change log
- # or release notes so is worth displaying.
+ # Show the content of the tag message; this might contain a change
+ # log or release notes so is worth displaying.
git cat-file tag $newrev | sed -e '1,/^$/d'
echo ""
case "$tagtype" in
commit)
- # Only commit tags make sense to have rev-list operations performed
- # on them
+ # Only commit tags make sense to have rev-list operations
+ # performed on them
if [ -n "$prevtag" ]; then
# Show changes since the previous release
git rev-list --pretty=short "$prevtag..$newrev" | git shortlog
else
- # No previous tag, show all the changes since time began
+ # No previous tag, show all the changes since time
+ # began
git rev-list --pretty=short $newrev | git shortlog
fi
;;
*)
- # XXX: Is there anything useful we can do for non-commit objects?
+ # XXX: Is there anything useful we can do for non-commit
+ # objects?
;;
esac
@@ -544,13 +557,14 @@ generate_update_general_email()
#
generate_general_email()
{
- # Unannotated tags are more about marking a point than releasing a version;
- # therefore we don't do the shortlog summary that we do for annotated tags
- # above - we simply show that the point has been marked, and print the log
- # message for the marked point for reference purposes
+ # Unannotated tags are more about marking a point than releasing a
+ # version; therefore we don't do the shortlog summary that we do for
+ # annotated tags above - we simply show that the point has been
+ # marked, and print the log message for the marked point for
+ # reference purposes
#
- # Note this section also catches any other reference type (although there
- # aren't any) and deals with them in the same way.
+ # Note this section also catches any other reference type (although
+ # there aren't any) and deals with them in the same way.
echo ""
if [ "$newrev_type" = "commit" ]; then
@@ -558,10 +572,10 @@ generate_general_email()
git show --no-color --root -s $newrev
echo $LOGEND
else
- # What can we do here? The tag marks an object that is not a commit,
- # so there is no log for us to display. It's probably not wise to
- # output git-cat-file as it could be a binary blob. We'll just say how
- # big it is
+ # What can we do here? The tag marks an object that is not
+ # a commit, so there is no log for us to display. It's
+ # probably not wise to output git-cat-file as it could be a
+ # binary blob. We'll just say how big it is
echo "$newrev is a $newrev_type, and is $(git cat-file -s $newrev) bytes long."
fi
}
@@ -604,8 +618,8 @@ if [ -z "$GIT_DIR" ]; then
fi
projectdesc=$(sed -ne '1p' "$GIT_DIR/description")
-# Check if the description is unchanged from it's default, and shorten it to a
-# more manageable length if it is
+# Check if the description is unchanged from it's default, and shorten it to
+# a more manageable length if it is
if expr "$projectdesc" : "Unnamed repository.*$" >/dev/null
then
projectdesc="UNNAMED PROJECT"
@@ -616,11 +630,12 @@ announcerecipients=$(git repo-config hooks.announcelist)
envelopesender=$(git-repo-config hooks.envelopesender)
# --- Main loop
-# Allow dual mode: run from the command line just like the update hook, or if
-# no arguments are given then run as a hook script
+# Allow dual mode: run from the command line just like the update hook, or
+# if no arguments are given then run as a hook script
if [ -n "$1" -a -n "$2" -a -n "$3" ]; then
# Output to the terminal in command line mode - if someone wanted to
- # resend an email; they could redirect the output to sendmail themselves
+ # resend an email; they could redirect the output to sendmail
+ # themselves
PAGER= generate_email $2 $3 $1
else
while read oldrev newrev refname