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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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import datetime
import mock
import os
import sys
import shutil
import pytest
from rhodecode.lib.utils import make_db_config
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends.base import Reference
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends.git import (
GitRepository, GitCommit, discover_git_version)
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.exceptions import (
RepositoryError, VCSError, NodeDoesNotExistError)
from rhodecode.lib.vcs.nodes import (
NodeKind, FileNode, DirNode, NodeState, SubModuleNode)
from rhodecode.tests import TEST_GIT_REPO, TEST_GIT_REPO_CLONE, get_new_dir
from rhodecode.tests.vcs.conftest import BackendTestMixin
pytestmark = pytest.mark.backends("git")
def repo_path_generator():
"""
Return a different path to be used for cloning repos.
"""
i = 0
while True:
i += 1
yield '%s-%d' % (TEST_GIT_REPO_CLONE, i)
REPO_PATH_GENERATOR = repo_path_generator()
class TestGitRepository:
# pylint: disable=protected-access
def __check_for_existing_repo(self):
if os.path.exists(TEST_GIT_REPO_CLONE):
self.fail('Cannot test git clone repo as location %s already '
'exists. You should manually remove it first.'
% TEST_GIT_REPO_CLONE)
@pytest.fixture(autouse=True)
def prepare(self, request, baseapp):
self.repo = GitRepository(TEST_GIT_REPO, bare=True)
def get_clone_repo(self):
"""
Return a non bare clone of the base repo.
"""
clone_path = next(REPO_PATH_GENERATOR)
repo_clone = GitRepository(
clone_path, create=True, src_url=self.repo.path, bare=False)
return repo_clone
def get_empty_repo(self, bare=False):
"""
Return a non bare empty repo.
"""
return GitRepository(next(REPO_PATH_GENERATOR), create=True, bare=bare)
def test_wrong_repo_path(self):
wrong_repo_path = '/tmp/errorrepo_git'
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
GitRepository(wrong_repo_path)
def test_repo_clone(self):
self.__check_for_existing_repo()
repo = GitRepository(TEST_GIT_REPO)
repo_clone = GitRepository(
TEST_GIT_REPO_CLONE,
src_url=TEST_GIT_REPO, create=True, do_workspace_checkout=True)
assert len(repo.commit_ids) == len(repo_clone.commit_ids)
# Checking hashes of commits should be enough
for commit in repo.get_commits():
raw_id = commit.raw_id
assert raw_id == repo_clone.get_commit(raw_id).raw_id
def test_repo_clone_without_create(self):
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
GitRepository(
TEST_GIT_REPO_CLONE + '_wo_create', src_url=TEST_GIT_REPO)
def test_repo_clone_with_update(self):
repo = GitRepository(TEST_GIT_REPO)
clone_path = TEST_GIT_REPO_CLONE + '_with_update'
repo_clone = GitRepository(
clone_path,
create=True, src_url=TEST_GIT_REPO, do_workspace_checkout=True)
assert len(repo.commit_ids) == len(repo_clone.commit_ids)
# check if current workdir was updated
fpath = os.path.join(clone_path, 'MANIFEST.in')
assert os.path.isfile(fpath)
def test_repo_clone_without_update(self):
repo = GitRepository(TEST_GIT_REPO)
clone_path = TEST_GIT_REPO_CLONE + '_without_update'
repo_clone = GitRepository(
clone_path,
create=True, src_url=TEST_GIT_REPO, do_workspace_checkout=False)
assert len(repo.commit_ids) == len(repo_clone.commit_ids)
# check if current workdir was *NOT* updated
fpath = os.path.join(clone_path, 'MANIFEST.in')
# Make sure it's not bare repo
assert not repo_clone.bare
assert not os.path.isfile(fpath)
def test_repo_clone_into_bare_repo(self):
repo = GitRepository(TEST_GIT_REPO)
clone_path = TEST_GIT_REPO_CLONE + '_bare.git'
repo_clone = GitRepository(
clone_path, create=True, src_url=repo.path, bare=True)
assert repo_clone.bare
def test_create_repo_is_not_bare_by_default(self):
repo = GitRepository(get_new_dir('not-bare-by-default'), create=True)
assert not repo.bare
def test_create_bare_repo(self):
repo = GitRepository(get_new_dir('bare-repo'), create=True, bare=True)
assert repo.bare
def test_update_server_info(self):
self.repo._update_server_info()
def test_fetch(self, vcsbackend_git):
# Note: This is a git specific part of the API, it's only implemented
# by the git backend.
source_repo = vcsbackend_git.repo
target_repo = vcsbackend_git.create_repo(bare=True)
target_repo.fetch(source_repo.path)
# Note: Get a fresh instance, avoids caching trouble
target_repo = vcsbackend_git.backend(target_repo.path)
assert len(source_repo.commit_ids) == len(target_repo.commit_ids)
def test_commit_ids(self):
# there are 112 commits (by now)
# so we can assume they would be available from now on
subset = {'c1214f7e79e02fc37156ff215cd71275450cffc3',
'38b5fe81f109cb111f549bfe9bb6b267e10bc557',
'fa6600f6848800641328adbf7811fd2372c02ab2',
'102607b09cdd60e2793929c4f90478be29f85a17',
'49d3fd156b6f7db46313fac355dca1a0b94a0017',
'2d1028c054665b962fa3d307adfc923ddd528038',
'd7e0d30fbcae12c90680eb095a4f5f02505ce501',
'ff7ca51e58c505fec0dd2491de52c622bb7a806b',
'dd80b0f6cf5052f17cc738c2951c4f2070200d7f',
'8430a588b43b5d6da365400117c89400326e7992',
'd955cd312c17b02143c04fa1099a352b04368118',
'f67b87e5c629c2ee0ba58f85197e423ff28d735b',
'add63e382e4aabc9e1afdc4bdc24506c269b7618',
'f298fe1189f1b69779a4423f40b48edf92a703fc',
'bd9b619eb41994cac43d67cf4ccc8399c1125808',
'6e125e7c890379446e98980d8ed60fba87d0f6d1',
'd4a54db9f745dfeba6933bf5b1e79e15d0af20bd',
'0b05e4ed56c802098dfc813cbe779b2f49e92500',
'191caa5b2c81ed17c0794bf7bb9958f4dcb0b87e',
'45223f8f114c64bf4d6f853e3c35a369a6305520',
'ca1eb7957a54bce53b12d1a51b13452f95bc7c7e',
'f5ea29fc42ef67a2a5a7aecff10e1566699acd68',
'27d48942240f5b91dfda77accd2caac94708cc7d',
'622f0eb0bafd619d2560c26f80f09e3b0b0d78af',
'e686b958768ee96af8029fe19c6050b1a8dd3b2b'}
assert subset.issubset(set(self.repo.commit_ids))
def test_slicing(self):
# 4 1 5 10 95
for sfrom, sto, size in [(0, 4, 4), (1, 2, 1), (10, 15, 5),
(10, 20, 10), (5, 100, 95)]:
commit_ids = list(self.repo[sfrom:sto])
assert len(commit_ids) == size
assert commit_ids[0] == self.repo.get_commit(commit_idx=sfrom)
assert commit_ids[-1] == self.repo.get_commit(commit_idx=sto - 1)
def test_branches(self):
# TODO: Need more tests here
# Removed (those are 'remotes' branches for cloned repo)
# assert 'master' in self.repo.branches
# assert 'gittree' in self.repo.branches
# assert 'web-branch' in self.repo.branches
for __, commit_id in self.repo.branches.items():
assert isinstance(self.repo.get_commit(commit_id), GitCommit)
def test_tags(self):
# TODO: Need more tests here
assert 'v0.1.1' in self.repo.tags
assert 'v0.1.2' in self.repo.tags
for __, commit_id in self.repo.tags.items():
assert isinstance(self.repo.get_commit(commit_id), GitCommit)
def _test_single_commit_cache(self, commit_id):
commit = self.repo.get_commit(commit_id)
assert commit_id in self.repo.commits
assert commit is self.repo.commits[commit_id]
def test_initial_commit(self):
commit_id = self.repo.commit_ids[0]
init_commit = self.repo.get_commit(commit_id)
init_author = init_commit.author
assert init_commit.message == 'initial import\n'
assert init_author == 'Marcin Kuzminski <marcin@python-blog.com>'
assert init_author == init_commit.committer
for path in ('vcs/__init__.py',
'vcs/backends/BaseRepository.py',
'vcs/backends/__init__.py'):
assert isinstance(init_commit.get_node(path), FileNode)
for path in ('', 'vcs', 'vcs/backends'):
assert isinstance(init_commit.get_node(path), DirNode)
with pytest.raises(NodeDoesNotExistError):
init_commit.get_node(path='foobar')
node = init_commit.get_node('vcs/')
assert hasattr(node, 'kind')
assert node.kind == NodeKind.DIR
node = init_commit.get_node('vcs')
assert hasattr(node, 'kind')
assert node.kind == NodeKind.DIR
node = init_commit.get_node('vcs/__init__.py')
assert hasattr(node, 'kind')
assert node.kind == NodeKind.FILE
def test_not_existing_commit(self):
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
self.repo.get_commit('f' * 40)
def test_commit10(self):
commit10 = self.repo.get_commit(self.repo.commit_ids[9])
README = """===
VCS
===
Various Version Control System management abstraction layer for Python.
Introduction
------------
TODO: To be written...
"""
node = commit10.get_node('README.rst')
assert node.kind == NodeKind.FILE
assert node.content == README
def test_head(self):
assert self.repo.head == self.repo.get_commit().raw_id
def test_checkout_with_create(self):
repo_clone = self.get_clone_repo()
new_branch = 'new_branch'
assert repo_clone._current_branch() == 'master'
assert set(repo_clone.branches) == {'master'}
repo_clone._checkout(new_branch, create=True)
# Branches is a lazy property so we need to recrete the Repo object.
repo_clone = GitRepository(repo_clone.path)
assert set(repo_clone.branches) == {'master', new_branch}
assert repo_clone._current_branch() == new_branch
def test_checkout(self):
repo_clone = self.get_clone_repo()
repo_clone._checkout('new_branch', create=True)
repo_clone._checkout('master')
assert repo_clone._current_branch() == 'master'
def test_checkout_same_branch(self):
repo_clone = self.get_clone_repo()
repo_clone._checkout('master')
assert repo_clone._current_branch() == 'master'
def test_checkout_branch_already_exists(self):
repo_clone = self.get_clone_repo()
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
repo_clone._checkout('master', create=True)
def test_checkout_bare_repo(self):
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
self.repo._checkout('master')
def test_current_branch_bare_repo(self):
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
self.repo._current_branch()
def test_current_branch_empty_repo(self):
repo = self.get_empty_repo()
assert repo._current_branch() is None
def test_local_clone(self):
clone_path = next(REPO_PATH_GENERATOR)
self.repo._local_clone(clone_path, 'master')
repo_clone = GitRepository(clone_path)
assert self.repo.commit_ids == repo_clone.commit_ids
def test_local_clone_with_specific_branch(self):
source_repo = self.get_clone_repo()
# Create a new branch in source repo
new_branch_commit = source_repo.commit_ids[-3]
source_repo._checkout(new_branch_commit)
source_repo._checkout('new_branch', create=True)
clone_path = next(REPO_PATH_GENERATOR)
source_repo._local_clone(clone_path, 'new_branch')
repo_clone = GitRepository(clone_path)
assert source_repo.commit_ids[:-3 + 1] == repo_clone.commit_ids
clone_path = next(REPO_PATH_GENERATOR)
source_repo._local_clone(clone_path, 'master')
repo_clone = GitRepository(clone_path)
assert source_repo.commit_ids == repo_clone.commit_ids
def test_local_clone_fails_if_target_exists(self):
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
self.repo._local_clone(self.repo.path, 'master')
def test_local_fetch(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo()
source_repo = self.get_clone_repo()
# Create a new branch in source repo
master_commit = source_repo.commit_ids[-1]
new_branch_commit = source_repo.commit_ids[-3]
source_repo._checkout(new_branch_commit)
source_repo._checkout('new_branch', create=True)
target_repo._local_fetch(source_repo.path, 'new_branch')
assert target_repo._last_fetch_heads() == [new_branch_commit]
target_repo._local_fetch(source_repo.path, 'master')
assert target_repo._last_fetch_heads() == [master_commit]
def test_local_fetch_from_bare_repo(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo()
target_repo._local_fetch(self.repo.path, 'master')
master_commit = self.repo.commit_ids[-1]
assert target_repo._last_fetch_heads() == [master_commit]
def test_local_fetch_from_same_repo(self):
with pytest.raises(ValueError):
self.repo._local_fetch(self.repo.path, 'master')
def test_local_fetch_branch_does_not_exist(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo()
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
target_repo._local_fetch(self.repo.path, 'new_branch')
def test_local_pull(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo()
source_repo = self.get_clone_repo()
# Create a new branch in source repo
master_commit = source_repo.commit_ids[-1]
new_branch_commit = source_repo.commit_ids[-3]
source_repo._checkout(new_branch_commit)
source_repo._checkout('new_branch', create=True)
target_repo._local_pull(source_repo.path, 'new_branch')
target_repo = GitRepository(target_repo.path)
assert target_repo.head == new_branch_commit
target_repo._local_pull(source_repo.path, 'master')
target_repo = GitRepository(target_repo.path)
assert target_repo.head == master_commit
def test_local_pull_in_bare_repo(self):
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
self.repo._local_pull(self.repo.path, 'master')
def test_local_merge(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo()
source_repo = self.get_clone_repo()
# Create a new branch in source repo
master_commit = source_repo.commit_ids[-1]
new_branch_commit = source_repo.commit_ids[-3]
source_repo._checkout(new_branch_commit)
source_repo._checkout('new_branch', create=True)
# This is required as one cannot do a -ff-only merge in an empty repo.
target_repo._local_pull(source_repo.path, 'new_branch')
target_repo._local_fetch(source_repo.path, 'master')
merge_message = 'Merge message\n\nDescription:...'
user_name = 'Albert Einstein'
user_email = 'albert@einstein.com'
target_repo._local_merge(merge_message, user_name, user_email,
target_repo._last_fetch_heads())
target_repo = GitRepository(target_repo.path)
assert target_repo.commit_ids[-2] == master_commit
last_commit = target_repo.get_commit(target_repo.head)
assert last_commit.message.strip() == merge_message
assert last_commit.author == '%s <%s>' % (user_name, user_email)
assert not os.path.exists(
os.path.join(target_repo.path, '.git', 'MERGE_HEAD'))
def test_local_merge_raises_exception_on_conflict(self, vcsbackend_git):
target_repo = vcsbackend_git.create_repo(number_of_commits=1)
vcsbackend_git.ensure_file('README', 'I will conflict with you!!!')
target_repo._local_fetch(self.repo.path, 'master')
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
target_repo._local_merge(
'merge_message', 'user name', 'user@name.com',
target_repo._last_fetch_heads())
# Check we are not left in an intermediate merge state
assert not os.path.exists(
os.path.join(target_repo.path, '.git', 'MERGE_HEAD'))
def test_local_merge_into_empty_repo(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo()
# This is required as one cannot do a -ff-only merge in an empty repo.
target_repo._local_fetch(self.repo.path, 'master')
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
target_repo._local_merge(
'merge_message', 'user name', 'user@name.com',
target_repo._last_fetch_heads())
def test_local_merge_in_bare_repo(self):
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
self.repo._local_merge(
'merge_message', 'user name', 'user@name.com', None)
def test_local_push_non_bare(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo()
pushed_branch = 'pushed_branch'
self.repo._local_push('master', target_repo.path, pushed_branch)
# Fix the HEAD of the target repo, or otherwise GitRepository won't
# report any branches.
with open(os.path.join(target_repo.path, '.git', 'HEAD'), 'w') as f:
f.write('ref: refs/heads/%s' % pushed_branch)
target_repo = GitRepository(target_repo.path)
assert (target_repo.branches[pushed_branch] ==
self.repo.branches['master'])
def test_local_push_bare(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo(bare=True)
pushed_branch = 'pushed_branch'
self.repo._local_push('master', target_repo.path, pushed_branch)
# Fix the HEAD of the target repo, or otherwise GitRepository won't
# report any branches.
with open(os.path.join(target_repo.path, 'HEAD'), 'w') as f:
f.write('ref: refs/heads/%s' % pushed_branch)
target_repo = GitRepository(target_repo.path)
assert (target_repo.branches[pushed_branch] ==
self.repo.branches['master'])
def test_local_push_non_bare_target_branch_is_checked_out(self):
target_repo = self.get_clone_repo()
pushed_branch = 'pushed_branch'
# Create a new branch in source repo
new_branch_commit = target_repo.commit_ids[-3]
target_repo._checkout(new_branch_commit)
target_repo._checkout(pushed_branch, create=True)
self.repo._local_push('master', target_repo.path, pushed_branch)
target_repo = GitRepository(target_repo.path)
assert (target_repo.branches[pushed_branch] ==
self.repo.branches['master'])
def test_local_push_raises_exception_on_conflict(self, vcsbackend_git):
target_repo = vcsbackend_git.create_repo(number_of_commits=1)
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
self.repo._local_push('master', target_repo.path, 'master')
def test_hooks_can_be_enabled_via_env_variable_for_local_push(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo(bare=True)
with mock.patch.object(self.repo, 'run_git_command') as run_mock:
self.repo._local_push(
'master', target_repo.path, 'master', enable_hooks=True)
env = run_mock.call_args[1]['extra_env']
assert 'RC_SKIP_HOOKS' not in env
def _add_failing_hook(self, repo_path, hook_name, bare=False):
path_components = (
['hooks', hook_name] if bare else ['.git', 'hooks', hook_name])
hook_path = os.path.join(repo_path, *path_components)
with open(hook_path, 'w') as f:
script_lines = [
'#!%s' % sys.executable,
'import os',
'import sys',
'if os.environ.get("RC_SKIP_HOOKS"):',
' sys.exit(0)',
'sys.exit(1)',
]
f.write('\n'.join(script_lines))
os.chmod(hook_path, 0o755)
def test_local_push_does_not_execute_hook(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo()
pushed_branch = 'pushed_branch'
self._add_failing_hook(target_repo.path, 'pre-receive')
self.repo._local_push('master', target_repo.path, pushed_branch)
# Fix the HEAD of the target repo, or otherwise GitRepository won't
# report any branches.
with open(os.path.join(target_repo.path, '.git', 'HEAD'), 'w') as f:
f.write('ref: refs/heads/%s' % pushed_branch)
target_repo = GitRepository(target_repo.path)
assert (target_repo.branches[pushed_branch] ==
self.repo.branches['master'])
def test_local_push_executes_hook(self):
target_repo = self.get_empty_repo(bare=True)
self._add_failing_hook(target_repo.path, 'pre-receive', bare=True)
with pytest.raises(RepositoryError):
self.repo._local_push(
'master', target_repo.path, 'master', enable_hooks=True)
def test_maybe_prepare_merge_workspace(self):
workspace = self.repo._maybe_prepare_merge_workspace(
2, 'pr2', Reference('branch', 'master', 'unused'),
Reference('branch', 'master', 'unused'))
assert os.path.isdir(workspace)
workspace_repo = GitRepository(workspace)
assert workspace_repo.branches == self.repo.branches
# Calling it a second time should also succeed
workspace = self.repo._maybe_prepare_merge_workspace(
2, 'pr2', Reference('branch', 'master', 'unused'),
Reference('branch', 'master', 'unused'))
assert os.path.isdir(workspace)
def test_maybe_prepare_merge_workspace_different_refs(self):
workspace = self.repo._maybe_prepare_merge_workspace(
2, 'pr2', Reference('branch', 'master', 'unused'),
Reference('branch', 'develop', 'unused'))
assert os.path.isdir(workspace)
workspace_repo = GitRepository(workspace)
assert workspace_repo.branches == self.repo.branches
# Calling it a second time should also succeed
workspace = self.repo._maybe_prepare_merge_workspace(
2, 'pr2', Reference('branch', 'master', 'unused'),
Reference('branch', 'develop', 'unused'))
assert os.path.isdir(workspace)
def test_cleanup_merge_workspace(self):
workspace = self.repo._maybe_prepare_merge_workspace(
2, 'pr3', Reference('branch', 'master', 'unused'),
Reference('branch', 'master', 'unused'))
self.repo.cleanup_merge_workspace(2, 'pr3')
assert not os.path.exists(workspace)
def test_cleanup_merge_workspace_invalid_workspace_id(self):
# No assert: because in case of an inexistent workspace this function
# should still succeed.
self.repo.cleanup_merge_workspace(1, 'pr4')
def test_set_refs(self):
test_ref = 'refs/test-refs/abcde'
test_commit_id = 'ecb86e1f424f2608262b130db174a7dfd25a6623'
self.repo.set_refs(test_ref, test_commit_id)
stdout, _ = self.repo.run_git_command(['show-ref'])
assert test_ref in stdout
assert test_commit_id in stdout
def test_remove_ref(self):
test_ref = 'refs/test-refs/abcde'
test_commit_id = 'ecb86e1f424f2608262b130db174a7dfd25a6623'
self.repo.set_refs(test_ref, test_commit_id)
stdout, _ = self.repo.run_git_command(['show-ref'])
assert test_ref in stdout
assert test_commit_id in stdout
self.repo.remove_ref(test_ref)
stdout, _ = self.repo.run_git_command(['show-ref'])
assert test_ref not in stdout
assert test_commit_id not in stdout
class TestGitCommit(object):
@pytest.fixture(autouse=True)
def prepare(self):
self.repo = GitRepository(TEST_GIT_REPO)
def test_default_commit(self):
tip = self.repo.get_commit()
assert tip == self.repo.get_commit(None)
assert tip == self.repo.get_commit('tip')
def test_root_node(self):
tip = self.repo.get_commit()
assert tip.root is tip.get_node('')
def test_lazy_fetch(self):
"""
Test if commit's nodes expands and are cached as we walk through
the commit. This test is somewhat hard to write as order of tests
is a key here. Written by running command after command in a shell.
"""
commit_id = '2a13f185e4525f9d4b59882791a2d397b90d5ddc'
assert commit_id in self.repo.commit_ids
commit = self.repo.get_commit(commit_id)
assert len(commit.nodes) == 0
root = commit.root
assert len(commit.nodes) == 1
assert len(root.nodes) == 8
# accessing root.nodes updates commit.nodes
assert len(commit.nodes) == 9
docs = root.get_node('docs')
# we haven't yet accessed anything new as docs dir was already cached
assert len(commit.nodes) == 9
assert len(docs.nodes) == 8
# accessing docs.nodes updates commit.nodes
assert len(commit.nodes) == 17
assert docs is commit.get_node('docs')
assert docs is root.nodes[0]
assert docs is root.dirs[0]
assert docs is commit.get_node('docs')
def test_nodes_with_commit(self):
commit_id = '2a13f185e4525f9d4b59882791a2d397b90d5ddc'
commit = self.repo.get_commit(commit_id)
root = commit.root
docs = root.get_node('docs')
assert docs is commit.get_node('docs')
api = docs.get_node('api')
assert api is commit.get_node('docs/api')
index = api.get_node('index.rst')
assert index is commit.get_node('docs/api/index.rst')
assert index is commit.get_node('docs')\
.get_node('api')\
.get_node('index.rst')
def test_branch_and_tags(self):
"""
rev0 = self.repo.commit_ids[0]
commit0 = self.repo.get_commit(rev0)
assert commit0.branch == 'master'
assert commit0.tags == []
rev10 = self.repo.commit_ids[10]
commit10 = self.repo.get_commit(rev10)
assert commit10.branch == 'master'
assert commit10.tags == []
rev44 = self.repo.commit_ids[44]
commit44 = self.repo.get_commit(rev44)
assert commit44.branch == 'web-branch'
tip = self.repo.get_commit('tip')
assert 'tip' in tip.tags
"""
# Those tests would fail - branches are now going
# to be changed at main API in order to support git backend
pass
def test_file_size(self):
to_check = (
('c1214f7e79e02fc37156ff215cd71275450cffc3',
'vcs/backends/BaseRepository.py', 502),
('d7e0d30fbcae12c90680eb095a4f5f02505ce501',
'vcs/backends/hg.py', 854),
('6e125e7c890379446e98980d8ed60fba87d0f6d1',
'setup.py', 1068),
('d955cd312c17b02143c04fa1099a352b04368118',
'vcs/backends/base.py', 2921),
('ca1eb7957a54bce53b12d1a51b13452f95bc7c7e',
'vcs/backends/base.py', 3936),
('f50f42baeed5af6518ef4b0cb2f1423f3851a941',
'vcs/backends/base.py', 6189),
)
for commit_id, path, size in to_check:
node = self.repo.get_commit(commit_id).get_node(path)
assert node.is_file()
assert node.size == size
def test_file_history_from_commits(self):
node = self.repo[10].get_node('setup.py')
commit_ids = [commit.raw_id for commit in node.history]
assert ['ff7ca51e58c505fec0dd2491de52c622bb7a806b'] == commit_ids
node = self.repo[20].get_node('setup.py')
node_ids = [commit.raw_id for commit in node.history]
assert ['191caa5b2c81ed17c0794bf7bb9958f4dcb0b87e',
'ff7ca51e58c505fec0dd2491de52c622bb7a806b'] == node_ids
# special case we check history from commit that has this particular
# file changed this means we check if it's included as well
node = self.repo.get_commit('191caa5b2c81ed17c0794bf7bb9958f4dcb0b87e') \
.get_node('setup.py')
node_ids = [commit.raw_id for commit in node.history]
assert ['191caa5b2c81ed17c0794bf7bb9958f4dcb0b87e',
'ff7ca51e58c505fec0dd2491de52c622bb7a806b'] == node_ids
def test_file_history(self):
# we can only check if those commits are present in the history
# as we cannot update this test every time file is changed
files = {
'setup.py': [
'54386793436c938cff89326944d4c2702340037d',
'51d254f0ecf5df2ce50c0b115741f4cf13985dab',
'998ed409c795fec2012b1c0ca054d99888b22090',
'5e0eb4c47f56564395f76333f319d26c79e2fb09',
'0115510b70c7229dbc5dc49036b32e7d91d23acd',
'7cb3fd1b6d8c20ba89e2264f1c8baebc8a52d36e',
'2a13f185e4525f9d4b59882791a2d397b90d5ddc',
'191caa5b2c81ed17c0794bf7bb9958f4dcb0b87e',
'ff7ca51e58c505fec0dd2491de52c622bb7a806b',
],
'vcs/nodes.py': [
'33fa3223355104431402a888fa77a4e9956feb3e',
'fa014c12c26d10ba682fadb78f2a11c24c8118e1',
'e686b958768ee96af8029fe19c6050b1a8dd3b2b',
'ab5721ca0a081f26bf43d9051e615af2cc99952f',
'c877b68d18e792a66b7f4c529ea02c8f80801542',
'4313566d2e417cb382948f8d9d7c765330356054',
'6c2303a793671e807d1cfc70134c9ca0767d98c2',
'54386793436c938cff89326944d4c2702340037d',
'54000345d2e78b03a99d561399e8e548de3f3203',
'1c6b3677b37ea064cb4b51714d8f7498f93f4b2b',
'2d03ca750a44440fb5ea8b751176d1f36f8e8f46',
'2a08b128c206db48c2f0b8f70df060e6db0ae4f8',
'30c26513ff1eb8e5ce0e1c6b477ee5dc50e2f34b',
'ac71e9503c2ca95542839af0ce7b64011b72ea7c',
'12669288fd13adba2a9b7dd5b870cc23ffab92d2',
'5a0c84f3e6fe3473e4c8427199d5a6fc71a9b382',
'12f2f5e2b38e6ff3fbdb5d722efed9aa72ecb0d5',
'5eab1222a7cd4bfcbabc218ca6d04276d4e27378',
'f50f42baeed5af6518ef4b0cb2f1423f3851a941',
'd7e390a45f6aa96f04f5e7f583ad4f867431aa25',
'f15c21f97864b4f071cddfbf2750ec2e23859414',
'e906ef056cf539a4e4e5fc8003eaf7cf14dd8ade',
'ea2b108b48aa8f8c9c4a941f66c1a03315ca1c3b',
'84dec09632a4458f79f50ddbbd155506c460b4f9',
'0115510b70c7229dbc5dc49036b32e7d91d23acd',
'2a13f185e4525f9d4b59882791a2d397b90d5ddc',
'3bf1c5868e570e39569d094f922d33ced2fa3b2b',
'b8d04012574729d2c29886e53b1a43ef16dd00a1',
'6970b057cffe4aab0a792aa634c89f4bebf01441',
'dd80b0f6cf5052f17cc738c2951c4f2070200d7f',
'ff7ca51e58c505fec0dd2491de52c622bb7a806b',
],
'vcs/backends/git.py': [
'4cf116ad5a457530381135e2f4c453e68a1b0105',
'9a751d84d8e9408e736329767387f41b36935153',
'cb681fb539c3faaedbcdf5ca71ca413425c18f01',
'428f81bb652bcba8d631bce926e8834ff49bdcc6',
'180ab15aebf26f98f714d8c68715e0f05fa6e1c7',
'2b8e07312a2e89e92b90426ab97f349f4bce2a3a',
'50e08c506174d8645a4bb517dd122ac946a0f3bf',
'54000345d2e78b03a99d561399e8e548de3f3203',
],
}
for path, commit_ids in files.items():
node = self.repo.get_commit(commit_ids[0]).get_node(path)
node_ids = [commit.raw_id for commit in node.history]
assert set(commit_ids).issubset(set(node_ids)), (
"We assumed that %s is subset of commit_ids for which file %s "
"has been changed, and history of that node returned: %s"
% (commit_ids, path, node_ids))
def test_file_annotate(self):
files = {
'vcs/backends/__init__.py': {
'c1214f7e79e02fc37156ff215cd71275450cffc3': {
'lines_no': 1,
'commits': [
'c1214f7e79e02fc37156ff215cd71275450cffc3',
],
},
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647': {
'lines_no': 21,
'commits': [
'49d3fd156b6f7db46313fac355dca1a0b94a0017',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
],
},
'e29b67bd158580fc90fc5e9111240b90e6e86064': {
'lines_no': 32,
'commits': [
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'5eab1222a7cd4bfcbabc218ca6d04276d4e27378',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'54000345d2e78b03a99d561399e8e548de3f3203',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'78c3f0c23b7ee935ec276acb8b8212444c33c396',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'2a13f185e4525f9d4b59882791a2d397b90d5ddc',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'78c3f0c23b7ee935ec276acb8b8212444c33c396',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'992f38217b979d0b0987d0bae3cc26dac85d9b19',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
'16fba1ae9334d79b66d7afed2c2dfbfa2ae53647',
],
},
},
}
for fname, commit_dict in files.items():
for commit_id, __ in commit_dict.items():
commit = self.repo.get_commit(commit_id)
l1_1 = [x[1] for x in commit.get_file_annotate(fname)]
l1_2 = [x[2]().raw_id for x in commit.get_file_annotate(fname)]
assert l1_1 == l1_2
l1 = l1_1
l2 = files[fname][commit_id]['commits']
assert l1 == l2, (
"The lists of commit_ids for %s@commit_id %s"
"from annotation list should match each other, "
"got \n%s \nvs \n%s " % (fname, commit_id, l1, l2))
def test_files_state(self):
"""
Tests state of FileNodes.
"""
node = self.repo\
.get_commit('e6ea6d16e2f26250124a1f4b4fe37a912f9d86a0')\
.get_node('vcs/utils/diffs.py')
assert node.state, NodeState.ADDED
assert node.added
assert not node.changed
assert not node.not_changed
assert not node.removed
node = self.repo\
.get_commit('33fa3223355104431402a888fa77a4e9956feb3e')\
.get_node('.hgignore')
assert node.state, NodeState.CHANGED
assert not node.added
assert node.changed
assert not node.not_changed
assert not node.removed
node = self.repo\
.get_commit('e29b67bd158580fc90fc5e9111240b90e6e86064')\
.get_node('setup.py')
assert node.state, NodeState.NOT_CHANGED
assert not node.added
assert not node.changed
assert node.not_changed
assert not node.removed
# If node has REMOVED state then trying to fetch it would raise
# CommitError exception
commit = self.repo.get_commit(
'fa6600f6848800641328adbf7811fd2372c02ab2')
path = 'vcs/backends/BaseRepository.py'
with pytest.raises(NodeDoesNotExistError):
commit.get_node(path)
# but it would be one of ``removed`` (commit's attribute)
assert path in [rf.path for rf in commit.removed]
commit = self.repo.get_commit(
'54386793436c938cff89326944d4c2702340037d')
changed = [
'setup.py', 'tests/test_nodes.py', 'vcs/backends/hg.py',
'vcs/nodes.py']
assert set(changed) == set([f.path for f in commit.changed])
def test_unicode_branch_refs(self):
unicode_branches = {
'refs/heads/unicode': '6c0ce52b229aa978889e91b38777f800e85f330b',
u'refs/heads/uniçö∂e': 'ürl',
}
with mock.patch(
("rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends.git.repository"
".GitRepository._refs"),
unicode_branches):
branches = self.repo.branches
assert 'unicode' in branches
assert u'uniçö∂e' in branches
def test_unicode_tag_refs(self):
unicode_tags = {
'refs/tags/unicode': '6c0ce52b229aa978889e91b38777f800e85f330b',
u'refs/tags/uniçö∂e': '6c0ce52b229aa978889e91b38777f800e85f330b',
}
with mock.patch(
("rhodecode.lib.vcs.backends.git.repository"
".GitRepository._refs"),
unicode_tags):
tags = self.repo.tags
assert 'unicode' in tags
assert u'uniçö∂e' in tags
def test_commit_message_is_unicode(self):
for commit in self.repo:
assert type(commit.message) == unicode
def test_commit_author_is_unicode(self):
for commit in self.repo:
assert type(commit.author) == unicode
def test_repo_files_content_is_unicode(self):
commit = self.repo.get_commit()
for node in commit.get_node('/'):
if node.is_file():
assert type(node.content) == unicode
def test_wrong_path(self):
# There is 'setup.py' in the root dir but not there:
path = 'foo/bar/setup.py'
tip = self.repo.get_commit()
with pytest.raises(VCSError):
tip.get_node(path)
@pytest.mark.parametrize("author_email, commit_id", [
('marcin@python-blog.com', 'c1214f7e79e02fc37156ff215cd71275450cffc3'),
('lukasz.balcerzak@python-center.pl',
'ff7ca51e58c505fec0dd2491de52c622bb7a806b'),
('none@none', '8430a588b43b5d6da365400117c89400326e7992'),
])
def test_author_email(self, author_email, commit_id):
commit = self.repo.get_commit(commit_id)
assert author_email == commit.author_email
@pytest.mark.parametrize("author, commit_id", [
('Marcin Kuzminski', 'c1214f7e79e02fc37156ff215cd71275450cffc3'),
('Lukasz Balcerzak', 'ff7ca51e58c505fec0dd2491de52c622bb7a806b'),
('marcink', '8430a588b43b5d6da365400117c89400326e7992'),
])
def test_author_username(self, author, commit_id):
commit = self.repo.get_commit(commit_id)
assert author == commit.author_name
class TestLargeFileRepo(object):
def test_large_file(self, backend_git):
conf = make_db_config()
repo = backend_git.create_test_repo('largefiles', conf)
tip = repo.scm_instance().get_commit()
# extract stored LF node into the origin cache
lfs_store = os.path.join(repo.repo_path, repo.repo_name, 'lfs_store')
oid = '7b331c02e313c7599d5a90212e17e6d3cb729bd2e1c9b873c302a63c95a2f9bf'
oid_path = os.path.join(lfs_store, oid)
oid_destination = os.path.join(
conf.get('vcs_git_lfs', 'store_location'), oid)
shutil.copy(oid_path, oid_destination)
node = tip.get_node('1MB.zip')
lf_node = node.get_largefile_node()
assert lf_node.is_largefile() is True
assert lf_node.size == 1024000
assert lf_node.name == '1MB.zip'
@pytest.mark.usefixtures("vcs_repository_support")
class TestGitSpecificWithRepo(BackendTestMixin):
@classmethod
def _get_commits(cls):
return [
{
'message': 'Initial',
'author': 'Joe Doe <joe.doe@example.com>',
'date': datetime.datetime(2010, 1, 1, 20),
'added': [
FileNode('foobar/static/js/admin/base.js', content='base'),
FileNode(
'foobar/static/admin', content='admin',
mode=0o120000), # this is a link
FileNode('foo', content='foo'),
],
},
{
'message': 'Second',
'author': 'Joe Doe <joe.doe@example.com>',
'date': datetime.datetime(2010, 1, 1, 22),
'added': [
FileNode('foo2', content='foo2'),
],
},
]
def test_paths_slow_traversing(self):
commit = self.repo.get_commit()
assert commit.get_node('foobar').get_node('static').get_node('js')\
.get_node('admin').get_node('base.js').content == 'base'
def test_paths_fast_traversing(self):
commit = self.repo.get_commit()
assert (
commit.get_node('foobar/static/js/admin/base.js').content ==
'base')
def test_get_diff_runs_git_command_with_hashes(self):
self.repo.run_git_command = mock.Mock(return_value=['', ''])
self.repo.get_diff(self.repo[0], self.repo[1])
self.repo.run_git_command.assert_called_once_with(
['diff', '-U3', '--full-index', '--binary', '-p', '-M',
'--abbrev=40', self.repo._get_commit_id(0),
self.repo._get_commit_id(1)])
def test_get_diff_runs_git_command_with_str_hashes(self):
self.repo.run_git_command = mock.Mock(return_value=['', ''])
self.repo.get_diff(self.repo.EMPTY_COMMIT, self.repo[1])
self.repo.run_git_command.assert_called_once_with(
['show', '-U3', '--full-index', '--binary', '-p', '-M',
'--abbrev=40', self.repo._get_commit_id(1)])
def test_get_diff_runs_git_command_with_path_if_its_given(self):
self.repo.run_git_command = mock.Mock(return_value=['', ''])
self.repo.get_diff(self.repo[0], self.repo[1], 'foo')
self.repo.run_git_command.assert_called_once_with(
['diff', '-U3', '--full-index', '--binary', '-p', '-M',
'--abbrev=40', self.repo._get_commit_id(0),
self.repo._get_commit_id(1), '--', 'foo'])
@pytest.mark.usefixtures("vcs_repository_support")
class TestGitRegression(BackendTestMixin):
@classmethod
def _get_commits(cls):
return [
{
'message': 'Initial',
'author': 'Joe Doe <joe.doe@example.com>',
'date': datetime.datetime(2010, 1, 1, 20),
'added': [
FileNode('bot/__init__.py', content='base'),
FileNode('bot/templates/404.html', content='base'),
FileNode('bot/templates/500.html', content='base'),
],
},
{
'message': 'Second',
'author': 'Joe Doe <joe.doe@example.com>',
'date': datetime.datetime(2010, 1, 1, 22),
'added': [
FileNode('bot/build/migrations/1.py', content='foo2'),
FileNode('bot/build/migrations/2.py', content='foo2'),
FileNode(
'bot/build/static/templates/f.html', content='foo2'),
FileNode(
'bot/build/static/templates/f1.html', content='foo2'),
FileNode('bot/build/templates/err.html', content='foo2'),
FileNode('bot/build/templates/err2.html', content='foo2'),
],
},
]
@pytest.mark.parametrize("path, expected_paths", [
('bot', [
'bot/build',
'bot/templates',
'bot/__init__.py']),
('bot/build', [
'bot/build/migrations',
'bot/build/static',
'bot/build/templates']),
('bot/build/static', [
'bot/build/static/templates']),
('bot/build/static/templates', [
'bot/build/static/templates/f.html',
'bot/build/static/templates/f1.html']),
('bot/build/templates', [
'bot/build/templates/err.html',
'bot/build/templates/err2.html']),
('bot/templates/', [
'bot/templates/404.html',
'bot/templates/500.html']),
])
def test_similar_paths(self, path, expected_paths):
commit = self.repo.get_commit()
paths = [n.path for n in commit.get_nodes(path)]
assert paths == expected_paths
class TestDiscoverGitVersion(object):
def test_returns_git_version(self, baseapp):
version = discover_git_version()
assert version
def test_returns_empty_string_without_vcsserver(self):
mock_connection = mock.Mock()
mock_connection.discover_git_version = mock.Mock(
side_effect=Exception)
with mock.patch('rhodecode.lib.vcs.connection.Git', mock_connection):
version = discover_git_version()
assert version == ''
class TestGetSubmoduleUrl(object):
def test_submodules_file_found(self):
commit = GitCommit(repository=mock.Mock(), raw_id='abcdef12', idx=1)
node = mock.Mock()
with mock.patch.object(
commit, 'get_node', return_value=node) as get_node_mock:
node.content = (
'[submodule "subrepo1"]\n'
'\tpath = subrepo1\n'
'\turl = https://code.rhodecode.com/dulwich\n'
)
result = commit._get_submodule_url('subrepo1')
get_node_mock.assert_called_once_with('.gitmodules')
assert result == 'https://code.rhodecode.com/dulwich'
def test_complex_submodule_path(self):
commit = GitCommit(repository=mock.Mock(), raw_id='abcdef12', idx=1)
node = mock.Mock()
with mock.patch.object(
commit, 'get_node', return_value=node) as get_node_mock:
node.content = (
'[submodule "complex/subrepo/path"]\n'
'\tpath = complex/subrepo/path\n'
'\turl = https://code.rhodecode.com/dulwich\n'
)
result = commit._get_submodule_url('complex/subrepo/path')
get_node_mock.assert_called_once_with('.gitmodules')
assert result == 'https://code.rhodecode.com/dulwich'
def test_submodules_file_not_found(self):
commit = GitCommit(repository=mock.Mock(), raw_id='abcdef12', idx=1)
with mock.patch.object(
commit, 'get_node', side_effect=NodeDoesNotExistError):
result = commit._get_submodule_url('complex/subrepo/path')
assert result is None
def test_path_not_found(self):
commit = GitCommit(repository=mock.Mock(), raw_id='abcdef12', idx=1)
node = mock.Mock()
with mock.patch.object(
commit, 'get_node', return_value=node) as get_node_mock:
node.content = (
'[submodule "subrepo1"]\n'
'\tpath = subrepo1\n'
'\turl = https://code.rhodecode.com/dulwich\n'
)
result = commit._get_submodule_url('subrepo2')
get_node_mock.assert_called_once_with('.gitmodules')
assert result is None
def test_returns_cached_values(self):
commit = GitCommit(repository=mock.Mock(), raw_id='abcdef12', idx=1)
node = mock.Mock()
with mock.patch.object(
commit, 'get_node', return_value=node) as get_node_mock:
node.content = (
'[submodule "subrepo1"]\n'
'\tpath = subrepo1\n'
'\turl = https://code.rhodecode.com/dulwich\n'
)
for _ in range(3):
commit._get_submodule_url('subrepo1')
get_node_mock.assert_called_once_with('.gitmodules')
def test_get_node_returns_a_link(self):
repository = mock.Mock()
repository.alias = 'git'
commit = GitCommit(repository=repository, raw_id='abcdef12', idx=1)
submodule_url = 'https://code.rhodecode.com/dulwich'
get_id_patch = mock.patch.object(
commit, '_get_id_for_path', return_value=(1, 'link'))
get_submodule_patch = mock.patch.object(
commit, '_get_submodule_url', return_value=submodule_url)
with get_id_patch, get_submodule_patch as submodule_mock:
node = commit.get_node('/abcde')
submodule_mock.assert_called_once_with('/abcde')
assert type(node) == SubModuleNode
assert node.url == submodule_url
def test_get_nodes_returns_links(self):
repository = mock.MagicMock()
repository.alias = 'git'
repository._remote.tree_items.return_value = [
('subrepo', 'stat', 1, 'link')
]
commit = GitCommit(repository=repository, raw_id='abcdef12', idx=1)
submodule_url = 'https://code.rhodecode.com/dulwich'
get_id_patch = mock.patch.object(
commit, '_get_id_for_path', return_value=(1, 'tree'))
get_submodule_patch = mock.patch.object(
commit, '_get_submodule_url', return_value=submodule_url)
with get_id_patch, get_submodule_patch as submodule_mock:
nodes = commit.get_nodes('/abcde')
submodule_mock.assert_called_once_with('/abcde/subrepo')
assert len(nodes) == 1
assert type(nodes[0]) == SubModuleNode
assert nodes[0].url == submodule_url