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2021-05-17rev-parse: fix segfault with missing --path-format argumentWolfgang Müller
Calling "git rev-parse --path-format" without an argument segfaults instead of giving an error message. Commit fac60b8925 (rev-parse: add option for absolute or relative path formatting, 2020-12-13) added the argument parsing code but forgot to handle NULL. Returning an error makes sense here because there is no default value we could use. Add a test case to verify. Signed-off-by: Wolfgang Müller <wolf@oriole.systems> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2021-02-18Merge branch 'ew/rev-parse-since-test'Junio C Hamano
Test to make sure "git rev-parse one-thing one-thing" gives the same thing twice (when one-thing is --since=X). * ew/rev-parse-since-test: t1500: ensure current --since= behavior remains
2021-02-10t1500: ensure current --since= behavior remainsEric Wong
This behavior of git-rev-parse is observed since git 1.8.3.1 at least(*), and likely earlier versions. At least one git-reliant project in-the-wild relies on this current behavior of git-rev-parse being able to handle multiple --since= arguments without squeezing identical results together. So add a test to prevent the potential for regression in downstream projects. (*) 1.8.3.1 the version packaged for CentOS 7.x Signed-off-by: Eric Wong <e@80x24.org> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2021-01-25Merge branch 'js/default-branch-name-tests-final-stretch'Junio C Hamano
Prepare tests not to be affected by the name of the default branch "git init" creates. * js/default-branch-name-tests-final-stretch: (28 commits) tests: drop prereq `PREPARE_FOR_MAIN_BRANCH` where no longer needed t99*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" tests(git-p4): transition to the default branch name `main` t9[5-7]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t9[0-4]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t8*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t7[5-9]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t7[0-4]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t6[4-9]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t64*: preemptively adjust alignment to prepare for `master` -> `main` t6[0-3]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t5[6-9]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t55[4-9]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t55[23]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t551*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t550*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t5503: prepare aligned comment for replacing `master` with `main` t5[0-4]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" t5323: prepare centered comment for `master` -> `main` t4*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main" ...
2020-12-13rev-parse: add option for absolute or relative path formattingbrian m. carlson
git rev-parse has several options which print various paths. Some of these paths are printed relative to the current working directory, and some are absolute. Normally, this is not a problem, but there are times when one wants paths entirely in one format or another. This can be done trivially if the paths are canonical, but canonicalizing paths is not possible on some shell scripting environments which lack realpath(1) and also in Go, which lacks functions that properly canonicalize paths on Windows. To help out the scripter, let's provide an option which turns most of the paths printed by git rev-parse to be either relative to the current working directory or absolute and canonical. Document which options are affected and which are not so that users are not confused. This approach is cleaner and tidier than providing duplicates of existing options which are either relative or absolute. Note that if the user needs both forms, it is possible to pass an additional option in the middle of the command line which changes the behavior of subsequent operations. Signed-off-by: brian m. carlson <sandals@crustytoothpaste.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2020-11-19t[01]*: adjust the references to the default branch name "main"Johannes Schindelin
Carefully excluding t1309, which sees independent development elsewhere at the time of writing, we transition above-mentioned tests to the default branch name `main`. This trick was performed via $ (cd t && sed -i -e 's/master/main/g' -e 's/MASTER/MAIN/g' \ -e 's/Master/Main/g' -e 's/naster/nain/g' -- t[01]*.sh && git checkout HEAD -- t1309\*) Note that t5533 contains a variation of the name `master` (`naster`) that we rename here, too. This allows us to define `GIT_TEST_DEFAULT_INITIAL_BRANCH_NAME=main` for those tests. Helped-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schindelin@gmx.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2020-11-19tests: mark tests relying on the current default for `init.defaultBranch`Johannes Schindelin
In addition to the manual adjustment to let the `linux-gcc` CI job run the test suite with `master` and then with `main`, this patch makes sure that GIT_TEST_DEFAULT_INITIAL_BRANCH_NAME is set in all test scripts that currently rely on the initial branch name being `master by default. To determine which test scripts to mark up, the first step was to force-set the default branch name to `master` in - all test scripts that contain the keyword `master`, - t4211, which expects `t/t4211/history.export` with a hard-coded ref to initialize the default branch, - t5560 because it sources `t/t556x_common` which uses `master`, - t8002 and t8012 because both source `t/annotate-tests.sh` which also uses `master`) This trick was performed by this command: $ sed -i '/^ *\. \.\/\(test-lib\|lib-\(bash\|cvs\|git-svn\)\|gitweb-lib\)\.sh$/i\ GIT_TEST_DEFAULT_INITIAL_BRANCH_NAME=master\ export GIT_TEST_DEFAULT_INITIAL_BRANCH_NAME\ ' $(git grep -l master t/t[0-9]*.sh) \ t/t4211*.sh t/t5560*.sh t/t8002*.sh t/t8012*.sh After that, careful, manual inspection revealed that some of the test scripts containing the needle `master` do not actually rely on a specific default branch name: either they mention `master` only in a comment, or they initialize that branch specificially, or they do not actually refer to the current default branch. Therefore, the aforementioned modification was undone in those test scripts thusly: $ git checkout HEAD -- \ t/t0027-auto-crlf.sh t/t0060-path-utils.sh \ t/t1011-read-tree-sparse-checkout.sh \ t/t1305-config-include.sh t/t1309-early-config.sh \ t/t1402-check-ref-format.sh t/t1450-fsck.sh \ t/t2024-checkout-dwim.sh \ t/t2106-update-index-assume-unchanged.sh \ t/t3040-subprojects-basic.sh t/t3301-notes.sh \ t/t3308-notes-merge.sh t/t3423-rebase-reword.sh \ t/t3436-rebase-more-options.sh \ t/t4015-diff-whitespace.sh t/t4257-am-interactive.sh \ t/t5323-pack-redundant.sh t/t5401-update-hooks.sh \ t/t5511-refspec.sh t/t5526-fetch-submodules.sh \ t/t5529-push-errors.sh t/t5530-upload-pack-error.sh \ t/t5548-push-porcelain.sh \ t/t5552-skipping-fetch-negotiator.sh \ t/t5572-pull-submodule.sh t/t5608-clone-2gb.sh \ t/t5614-clone-submodules-shallow.sh \ t/t7508-status.sh t/t7606-merge-custom.sh \ t/t9302-fast-import-unpack-limit.sh We excluded one set of test scripts in these commands, though: the range of `git p4` tests. The reason? `git p4` stores the (foreign) remote branch in the branch called `p4/master`, which is obviously not the default branch. Manual analysis revealed that only five of these tests actually require a specific default branch name to pass; They were modified thusly: $ sed -i '/^ *\. \.\/lib-git-p4\.sh$/i\ GIT_TEST_DEFAULT_INITIAL_BRANCH_NAME=master\ export GIT_TEST_DEFAULT_INITIAL_BRANCH_NAME\ ' t/t980[0167]*.sh t/t9811*.sh Signed-off-by: Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schindelin@gmx.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2020-07-30t: remove test_oid_init in testsbrian m. carlson
Now that we call test_oid_init in the setup for all test scripts, there's no point in calling it individually. Remove all of the places where we've done so to help keep tests tidy. Signed-off-by: brian m. carlson <sandals@crustytoothpaste.net> Reviewed-by: Eric Sunshine <sunshine@sunshineco.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2019-11-20rev-parse: make --show-toplevel without a worktree an errorJeff King
Ever since it was introduced in 7cceca5ccc (Add 'git rev-parse --show-toplevel' option., 2010-01-12), the --show-toplevel option has treated a missing working tree as a quiet success: it neither prints a toplevel path, but nor does it report any kind of error. While a caller could distinguish this case by looking for an empty response, the behavior is rather confusing. We're better off complaining that there is no working tree, as other internal commands would do in similar cases (e.g., "git status" or any builtin with NEED_WORK_TREE set would just die()). So let's do the same here. While we're at it, let's clarify the documentation and add some tests, both for the new behavior and for the more mundane case (which was not covered). Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2019-10-28rev-parse: add a --show-object-format optionbrian m. carlson
Add an option to print the object format used for input, output, or storage. This allows shell scripts to discover the hash algorithm in use. Since the transition plan allows for multiple input algorithms, document that we may provide multiple results for input, and the format that the results may take. While we don't support this now, documenting it early means that script authors can future-proof their scripts for when we do. Signed-off-by: brian m. carlson <sandals@crustytoothpaste.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2018-09-28rev-parse: --show-superproject-working-tree should work during a mergeSam McKelvie
Invoking 'git rev-parse --show-superproject-working-tree' exits with "fatal: BUG: returned path string doesn't match cwd?" when the superproject has an unmerged entry for the current submodule, instead of displaying the superproject's working tree. The problem is due to the fact that when a merge of the submodule reference is in progress, "git ls-files --stage —full-name <submodule-relative-path>” returns three seperate entries for the submodule (one for each stage) rather than a single entry; e.g., $ git ls-files --stage --full-name submodule-child-test 160000 dbbd2766fa330fa741ea59bb38689fcc2d283ac5 1 submodule-child-test 160000 f174d1dbfe863a59692c3bdae730a36f2a788c51 2 submodule-child-test 160000 e6178f3a58b958543952e12824aa2106d560f21d 3 submodule-child-test The code in get_superproject_working_tree() expected exactly one entry to be returned; this patch makes it use the first entry if multiple entries are returned. Test t1500-rev-parse is extended to cover this case. Signed-off-by: Sam McKelvie <sammck@gmail.com> Reviewed-by: Stefan Beller <sbeller@google.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2017-09-19rev-parse: rev-parse: add --is-shallow-repositoryØystein Walle
Running `git fetch --unshallow` on a repo that is not in fact shallow produces a fatal error message. Add a helper to rev-parse that scripters can use to determine whether a repo is shallow or not. Signed-off-by: Øystein Walle <oystwa@gmail.com> Reviewed-by: Jonathan Nieder <jrnieder@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2017-03-08rev-parse: add --show-superproject-working-treeStefan Beller
In some situations it is useful to know if the given repository is a submodule of another repository. Add the flag --show-superproject-working-tree to git-rev-parse to make it easy to find out if there is a superproject. When no superproject exists, the output will be empty. Signed-off-by: Stefan Beller <sbeller@google.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2017-02-27Merge branch 'js/git-path-in-subdir'Junio C Hamano
The "--git-path", "--git-common-dir", and "--shared-index-path" options of "git rev-parse" did not produce usable output. They are now updated to show the path to the correct file, relative to where the caller is. * js/git-path-in-subdir: rev-parse: fix several options when running in a subdirectory rev-parse tests: add tests executed from a subdirectory
2017-02-17rev-parse: fix several options when running in a subdirectoryJohannes Schindelin
In addition to making git_path() aware of certain file names that need to be handled differently e.g. when running in worktrees, the commit 557bd833bb (git_path(): be aware of file relocation in $GIT_DIR, 2014-11-30) also snuck in a new option for `git rev-parse`: `--git-path`. On the face of it, there is no obvious bug in that commit's diff: it faithfully calls git_path() on the argument and prints it out, i.e. `git rev-parse --git-path <filename>` has the same precise behavior as calling `git_path("<filename>")` in C. The problem lies deeper, much deeper. In hindsight (which is always unfair), implementing the .git/ directory discovery in `setup_git_directory()` by changing the working directory may have allowed us to avoid passing around a struct that contains information about the current repository, but it bought us many, many problems. In this case, when being called in a subdirectory, `git rev-parse` changes the working directory to the top-level directory before calling `git_path()`. In the new working directory, the result is correct. But in the working directory of the calling script, it is incorrect. Example: when calling `git rev-parse --git-path HEAD` in, say, the Documentation/ subdirectory of Git's own source code, the string `.git/HEAD` is printed. Side note: that bug is hidden when running in a subdirectory of a worktree that was added by the `git worktree` command: in that case, the (correct) absolute path of the `HEAD` file is printed. In the interest of time, this patch does not go the "correct" route to introduce a struct with repository information (and removing global state in the process), instead this patch chooses to detect when the command was called in a subdirectory and forces the result to be an absolute path. While at it, we are also fixing the output of --git-common-dir and --shared-index-path. Lastly, please note that we reuse the same strbuf for all of the relative_path() calls; this avoids frequent allocation (and duplicated code), and it does not risk memory leaks, for two reasons: 1) the cmd_rev_parse() function does not return anywhere between the use of the new strbuf instance and its final release, and 2) git-rev-parse is one of these "one-shot" programs in Git, i.e. it exits after running for a very short time, meaning that all allocated memory is released with the exit() call anyway. Signed-off-by: Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schindelin@gmx.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2017-02-17rev-parse tests: add tests executed from a subdirectoryMichael Rappazzo
t2027-worktree-list has an incorrect expectation for --git-common-dir which has been adjusted and marked to expect failure. Some of the tests added have been marked to expect failure. These demonstrate a problem with the way that some options to git rev-parse behave when executed from a subdirectory of the main worktree. [jes: fixed incorrect assumption that objects/ lives in the worktree-specific git-dir (it lives in the common dir instead). Also adjusted t1700 so that the test case does not *need* to be the last one in that script.] Signed-off-by: Michael Rappazzo <rappazzo@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schindelin@gmx.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2017-02-04rev-parse: add '--absolute-git-dir' optionSZEDER Gábor
The output of 'git rev-parse --git-dir' can be either a relative or an absolute path, depending on whether the current working directory is at the top of the worktree or the .git directory or not, or how the path to the repository is specified via the '--git-dir=<path>' option or the $GIT_DIR environment variable. And if that output is a relative path, then it is relative to the directory where any 'git -C <path>' options might have led us. This doesn't matter at all for regular scripts, because the git wrapper automatically takes care of changing directories according to the '-C <path>' options, and the scripts can then simply follow any path returned by 'git rev-parse --git-dir', even if it's a relative path. Our Bash completion script, however, is unique in that it must run directly in the user's interactive shell environment. This means that it's not executed through the git wrapper and would have to take care of any '-C <path> options on its own, and it can't just change directories as it pleases. Consequently, adding support for taking any '-C <path>' options on the command line into account during completion turned out to be considerably more difficult, error prone and required more subshells and git processes when it had to cope with a relative path to the .git directory. Help this rather special use case and teach 'git rev-parse' a new '--absolute-git-dir' option which always outputs a canonicalized absolute path to the .git directory, regardless of whether the path is discovered automatically or is specified via $GIT_DIR or 'git --git-dir=<path>'. Signed-off-by: SZEDER Gábor <szeder.dev@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2016-05-18t1500: avoid setting environment variables outside of testsEric Sunshine
Ideally, each test should be responsible for setting up state it needs rather than relying upon transient global state. Toward this end, teach test_rev_parse() to accept a "-g <dir>" option to allow callers to specify the value of the GIT_DIR environment variable explicitly. Take advantage of this new option to avoid polluting the global scope with GIT_DIR assignments. Implementation note: Typically, tests avoid polluting the global state by wrapping transient environment variable assignments within a subshell, however, this technique doesn't work here since test_config() and test_unconfig() need to know GIT_DIR, as well, but neither function can be used within a subshell. Consequently, GIT_DIR is instead cleared manually via test_when_finished(). Signed-off-by: Eric Sunshine <sunshine@sunshineco.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2016-05-18t1500: avoid setting configuration options outside of testsEric Sunshine
Ideally, each test should be responsible for setting up state it needs rather than relying upon transient global state. Toward this end, teach test_rev_parse() to accept a "-b <value>" option to allow callers to set "core.bare" explicitly or undefine it. Take advantage of this new option to avoid setting "core.bare" outside of tests. Under the hood, "-b <value>" invokes "test_config -C <dir>" (or "test_unconfig -C <dir>"), thus git-config knows explicitly where to find its configuration file. Consequently, the global GIT_CONFIG environment variable required by the manual git-config invocations outside of tests is no longer needed, and is thus dropped. Signed-off-by: Eric Sunshine <sunshine@sunshineco.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2016-05-18t1500: avoid changing working directory outside of testsEric Sunshine
Ideally, each test should be responsible for setting up state it needs rather than relying upon transient global state. Toward this end, teach test_rev_parse() to accept a "-C <dir>" option to allow callers to instruct it explicitly in which directory its tests should be run. Take advantage of this new option to avoid changing the working directory outside of tests. Implementation note: test_rev_parse() passes "-C <dir>" along to git-rev-parse with <dir> properly quoted. The natural and POSIX way to do so is via ${dir:+-C "$dir"}, however, with some older broken shells, this expression evaluates incorrectly to a single argument ("-C <dir>") rather than the expected two (-C and "<dir>"). Work around this problem with the slightly ungainly expression: ${dir:+-C} ${dir:+"$dir"} Signed-off-by: Eric Sunshine <sunshine@sunshineco.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2016-05-18t1500: test_rev_parse: facilitate future test enhancementsEric Sunshine
Tests run by test_rev_parse() are nearly identical; each invokes git-rev-parse with a single option and compares the result against an expected value. Such duplication makes it onerous to extend the tests since any change needs to be repeated in each test. Avoid the duplication by parameterizing the test and driving it via a for-loop. Signed-off-by: Eric Sunshine <sunshine@sunshineco.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2016-05-17t1500: be considerate to future potential testsEric Sunshine
The final batch of git-rev-parse tests work against a non-local object database named repo.git. This is done by renaming .git to repo.git and pointing GIT_DIR at it, but the name is never restored to .git at the end of the script, which can be problematic for tests added in the future. Be more friendly by instead making repo.git a copy of .git. Furthermore, make it clear that tests in repo.git will be independent from the results of earlier tests done in .git by initializing repo.git earlier in the test sequence. Likewise, bundle remaining preparation (such as directory creation) into a common setup test consistent with modern practice. Signed-off-by: Eric Sunshine <sunshine@sunshineco.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2009-02-15t1500: more 'git rev-parse --git-dir' testsSZEDER Gábor
Extend t1500 with tests of 'git rev-parse --git-dir' when invoked from other directories of the repository or the work tree. Signed-off-by: SZEDER Gábor <szeder@ira.uka.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2009-02-15Move 'rev-parse --git-dir' test to t1500SZEDER Gábor
Commit 72183cb2 (Fix gitdir detection when in subdir of gitdir, 2009-01-16) added a test to 't1501-worktree' to check the behaviour of 'git rev-parse --git-dir' in a special case. However, t1501 is about testing separate work tree setups, and not about basic 'rev-parse' functionality, which is tested in t1500-rev-parse. Therefore, this patch moves that test to t1500. Signed-off-by: SZEDER Gábor <szeder@ira.uka.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2008-05-05Don't use the 'export NAME=value' in the test scripts.Bryan Donlan
This form is not portable across all shells, so replace instances of: export FOO=bar with: FOO=bar export FOO Signed-off-by: Bryan Donlan <bdonlan@fushizen.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2008-02-06fix config reading in testsJeff King
Previously, we set the GIT_CONFIG environment variable in our tests so that only that file was read. However, setting it to a static value is not correct, since we are not necessarily always in the same directory; instead, we want the usual git config file lookup to happen. To do this, we stop setting GIT_CONFIG, which means that we must now suppress the reading of the system-wide and user configs. This exposes an incorrect test in t1500, which is also fixed (the incorrect test worked because we were failing to read the core.bare value from the config file, since the GIT_CONFIG variable was pointing us to the wrong file). Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2007-08-10Reinstate the old behaviour when GIT_DIR is set and GIT_WORK_TREE is unsetJohannes Schindelin
The old behaviour was to unilaterally default to the cwd is the work tree when GIT_DIR was set, but GIT_WORK_TREE wasn't, no matter if we are inside the GIT_DIR, or if GIT_DIR is actually something like ../../../.git. Signed-off-by: Johannes Schindelin <Johannes.Schindelin@gmx.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2007-08-01Clean up work-tree handlingJohannes Schindelin
The old version of work-tree support was an unholy mess, barely readable, and not to the point. For example, why do you have to provide a worktree, when it is not used? As in "git status". Now it works. Another riddle was: if you can have work trees inside the git dir, why are some programs complaining that they need a work tree? IOW it is allowed to call $ git --git-dir=../ --work-tree=. bla when you really want to. In this case, you are both in the git directory and in the working tree. So, programs have to actually test for the right thing, namely if they are inside a working tree, and not if they are inside a git directory. Also, GIT_DIR=../.git should behave the same as if no GIT_DIR was specified, unless there is a repository in the current working directory. It does now. The logic to determine if a repository is bare, or has a work tree (tertium non datur), is this: --work-tree=bla overrides GIT_WORK_TREE, which overrides core.bare = true, which overrides core.worktree, which overrides GIT_DIR/.. when GIT_DIR ends in /.git, which overrides the directory in which .git/ was found. In related news, a long standing bug was fixed: when in .git/bla/x.git/, which is a bare repository, git formerly assumed ../.. to be the appropriate git dir. This problem was reported by Shawn Pearce to have caused much pain, where a colleague mistakenly ran "git init" in "/" a long time ago, and bare repositories just would not work. Signed-off-by: Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schindelin@gmx.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2007-06-06extend rev-parse test for --is-inside-work-treeMatthias Lederhofer
Signed-off-by: Matthias Lederhofer <matled@gmx.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2007-06-06test git rev-parseMatthias Lederhofer
Signed-off-by: Matthias Lederhofer <matled@gmx.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>