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+#!/usr/bin/perl
+#
+# Performs an initial import of a directory. This is the equivalent
+# of doing 'git init; git add .; git commit'. It's a little slower,
+# but is meant to be a simple fast-import example.
+
+use strict;
+use File::Find;
+
+my $USAGE = 'Usage: git-import branch import-message';
+my $branch = shift or die "$USAGE\n";
+my $message = shift or die "$USAGE\n";
+
+chomp(my $username = `git config user.name`);
+chomp(my $email = `git config user.email`);
+die 'You need to set user name and email'
+ unless $username && $email;
+
+system('git init');
+open(my $fi, '|-', qw(git fast-import --date-format=now))
+ or die "unable to spawn fast-import: $!";
+
+print $fi <<EOF;
+commit refs/heads/$branch
+committer $username <$email> now
+data <<MSGEOF
+$message
+MSGEOF
+
+EOF
+
+find(
+ sub {
+ if($File::Find::name eq './.git') {
+ $File::Find::prune = 1;
+ return;
+ }
+ return unless -f $_;
+
+ my $fn = $File::Find::name;
+ $fn =~ s#^.\/##;
+
+ open(my $in, '<', $_)
+ or die "unable to open $fn: $!";
+ my @st = stat($in)
+ or die "unable to stat $fn: $!";
+ my $len = $st[7];
+
+ print $fi "M 644 inline $fn\n";
+ print $fi "data $len\n";
+ while($len > 0) {
+ my $r = read($in, my $buf, $len < 4096 ? $len : 4096);
+ defined($r) or die "read error from $fn: $!";
+ $r > 0 or die "premature EOF from $fn: $!";
+ print $fi $buf;
+ $len -= $r;
+ }
+ print $fi "\n";
+
+ }, '.'
+);
+
+close($fi);
+exit $?;