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#!/usr/bin/perl
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
use 5.008;
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
use strict;
use warnings;
use Git qw(unquote_path);
use Git::I18N;
binmode(STDOUT, ":raw");
my $repo = Git->repository();
my $menu_use_color = $repo->get_colorbool('color.interactive');
my ($prompt_color, $header_color, $help_color) =
$menu_use_color ? (
$repo->get_color('color.interactive.prompt', 'bold blue'),
$repo->get_color('color.interactive.header', 'bold'),
$repo->get_color('color.interactive.help', 'red bold'),
) : ();
my $error_color = ();
if ($menu_use_color) {
my $help_color_spec = ($repo->config('color.interactive.help') or
'red bold');
$error_color = $repo->get_color('color.interactive.error',
$help_color_spec);
}
my $diff_use_color = $repo->get_colorbool('color.diff');
my ($fraginfo_color) =
$diff_use_color ? (
$repo->get_color('color.diff.frag', 'cyan'),
) : ();
add -p: prefer color.diff.context over color.diff.plain Git's diff machinery allows users to override the colors to use in diffs, even the plain-colored context lines. As of 8dbf3eb6850 (diff.h: rename DIFF_PLAIN color slot to DIFF_CONTEXT, 2015-05-27), the preferred name of the config setting is `color.diff.context`, although Git still allows `color.diff.plain`. In the context of `git add -p`, this logic is a bit hard to replicate: `git_diff_basic_config()` reads all config values sequentially and if it sees _any_ `color.diff.context` or `color.diff.plain`, it accepts the new color. The Perl version of `git add -p` needs to go through `git config --get-color`, though, which allows only one key to be specified. The same goes for the built-in version of `git add -p`, which has to go through `repo_config_get_value()`. The best we can do here is to look for `.context` and if none is found, fall back to looking for `.plain`, and if still not found, fall back to the hard-coded default (which in this case is simply the empty string, as context lines are typically rendered without colored). This still leads to inconsistencies when both config names are used: the initial diff will be colored by the diff machinery. Once edited by a user, a hunk has to be re-colored by `git add -p`, though, which would then use the other setting to color the context lines. In practice, this is not _all_ that bad. The `git config` manual says this in the `color.diff.<slot>`: `context` (context text - `plain` is a historical synonym) We should therefore assume that users use either one or the other, but not both names. Besides, it is relatively uncommon to look at a hunk after editing it because it is immediately staged by default. Signed-off-by: Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schindelin@gmx.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
my ($diff_context_color) =
$diff_use_color ? (
add -p: prefer color.diff.context over color.diff.plain Git's diff machinery allows users to override the colors to use in diffs, even the plain-colored context lines. As of 8dbf3eb6850 (diff.h: rename DIFF_PLAIN color slot to DIFF_CONTEXT, 2015-05-27), the preferred name of the config setting is `color.diff.context`, although Git still allows `color.diff.plain`. In the context of `git add -p`, this logic is a bit hard to replicate: `git_diff_basic_config()` reads all config values sequentially and if it sees _any_ `color.diff.context` or `color.diff.plain`, it accepts the new color. The Perl version of `git add -p` needs to go through `git config --get-color`, though, which allows only one key to be specified. The same goes for the built-in version of `git add -p`, which has to go through `repo_config_get_value()`. The best we can do here is to look for `.context` and if none is found, fall back to looking for `.plain`, and if still not found, fall back to the hard-coded default (which in this case is simply the empty string, as context lines are typically rendered without colored). This still leads to inconsistencies when both config names are used: the initial diff will be colored by the diff machinery. Once edited by a user, a hunk has to be re-colored by `git add -p`, though, which would then use the other setting to color the context lines. In practice, this is not _all_ that bad. The `git config` manual says this in the `color.diff.<slot>`: `context` (context text - `plain` is a historical synonym) We should therefore assume that users use either one or the other, but not both names. Besides, it is relatively uncommon to look at a hunk after editing it because it is immediately staged by default. Signed-off-by: Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schindelin@gmx.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
$repo->get_color($repo->config('color.diff.context') ? 'color.diff.context' : 'color.diff.plain', ''),
) : ();
my ($diff_old_color) =
$diff_use_color ? (
$repo->get_color('color.diff.old', 'red'),
) : ();
my ($diff_new_color) =
$diff_use_color ? (
$repo->get_color('color.diff.new', 'green'),
) : ();
my $normal_color = $repo->get_color("", "reset");
my $diff_algorithm = $repo->config('diff.algorithm');
add--interactive: allow custom diff highlighting programs The patch hunk selector of add--interactive knows how ask git for colorized diffs, and correlate them with the uncolored diffs we apply. But there's not any way for somebody who uses a diff-filter tool like contrib's diff-highlight to see their normal highlighting. This patch lets users define an arbitrary shell command to pipe the colorized diff through. The exact output shouldn't matter (since we just show the result to humans) as long as it is line-compatible with the original diff (so that hunk-splitting can split the colorized version, too). I left two minor issues with the new system that I don't think are worth fixing right now, but could be done later: 1. We only filter colorized diffs. Theoretically a user could want to filter a non-colorized diff, but I find it unlikely in practice. Users who are doing things like diff-highlighting are likely to want color, too. 2. add--interactive will re-colorize a diff which has been hand-edited, but it won't have run through the filter. Fixing this is conceptually easy (just pipe the diff through the filter), but practically hard to do without using tempfiles (it would need to feed data to and read the result from the filter without deadlocking; this raises portability questions with respect to Windows). I've punted on both issues for now, and if somebody really cares later, they can do a patch on top. Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
7 years ago
my $diff_filter = $repo->config('interactive.difffilter');
my $use_readkey = 0;
my $use_termcap = 0;
my %term_escapes;
sub ReadMode;
sub ReadKey;
if ($repo->config_bool("interactive.singlekey")) {
eval {
require Term::ReadKey;
Term::ReadKey->import;
$use_readkey = 1;
};
if (!$use_readkey) {
print STDERR "missing Term::ReadKey, disabling interactive.singlekey\n";
}
eval {
require Term::Cap;
my $termcap = Term::Cap->Tgetent;
foreach (values %$termcap) {
$term_escapes{$_} = 1 if /^\e/;
}
$use_termcap = 1;
};
}
sub colored {
my $color = shift;
my $string = join("", @_);
if (defined $color) {
# Put a color code at the beginning of each line, a reset at the end
# color after newlines that are not at the end of the string
$string =~ s/(\n+)(.)/$1$color$2/g;
# reset before newlines
$string =~ s/(\n+)/$normal_color$1/g;
# codes at beginning and end (if necessary):
$string =~ s/^/$color/;
$string =~ s/$/$normal_color/ unless $string =~ /\n$/;
}
return $string;
}
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
# command line options
my $patch_mode_only;
my $patch_mode;
my $patch_mode_revision;
sub apply_patch;
sub apply_patch_for_checkout_commit;
sub apply_patch_for_stash;
my %patch_modes = (
'stage' => {
DIFF => 'diff-files -p',
APPLY => sub { apply_patch 'apply --cached', @_; },
APPLY_CHECK => 'apply --cached',
FILTER => 'file-only',
IS_REVERSE => 0,
},
'stash' => {
DIFF => 'diff-index -p HEAD',
APPLY => sub { apply_patch 'apply --cached', @_; },
APPLY_CHECK => 'apply --cached',
FILTER => undef,
IS_REVERSE => 0,
},
'reset_head' => {
DIFF => 'diff-index -p --cached',
APPLY => sub { apply_patch 'apply -R --cached', @_; },
APPLY_CHECK => 'apply -R --cached',
FILTER => 'index-only',
IS_REVERSE => 1,
},
'reset_nothead' => {
DIFF => 'diff-index -R -p --cached',
APPLY => sub { apply_patch 'apply --cached', @_; },
APPLY_CHECK => 'apply --cached',
FILTER => 'index-only',
IS_REVERSE => 0,
},
'checkout_index' => {
DIFF => 'diff-files -p',
APPLY => sub { apply_patch 'apply -R', @_; },
APPLY_CHECK => 'apply -R',
FILTER => 'file-only',
IS_REVERSE => 1,
},
'checkout_head' => {
DIFF => 'diff-index -p',
APPLY => sub { apply_patch_for_checkout_commit '-R', @_ },
APPLY_CHECK => 'apply -R',
FILTER => undef,
IS_REVERSE => 1,
},
'checkout_nothead' => {
DIFF => 'diff-index -R -p',
APPLY => sub { apply_patch_for_checkout_commit '', @_ },
APPLY_CHECK => 'apply',
FILTER => undef,
IS_REVERSE => 0,
},
'worktree_head' => {
DIFF => 'diff-index -p',
APPLY => sub { apply_patch 'apply -R', @_ },
APPLY_CHECK => 'apply -R',
FILTER => undef,
IS_REVERSE => 1,
},
'worktree_nothead' => {
DIFF => 'diff-index -R -p',
APPLY => sub { apply_patch 'apply', @_ },
APPLY_CHECK => 'apply',
FILTER => undef,
IS_REVERSE => 0,
},
);
$patch_mode = 'stage';
my %patch_mode_flavour = %{$patch_modes{$patch_mode}};
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
sub run_cmd_pipe {
if ($^O eq 'MSWin32') {
my @invalid = grep {m/[":*]/} @_;
die "$^O does not support: @invalid\n" if @invalid;
my @args = map { m/ /o ? "\"$_\"": $_ } @_;
return qx{@args};
} else {
my $fh = undef;
open($fh, '-|', @_) or die;
my @out = <$fh>;
close $fh || die "Cannot close @_ ($!)";
return @out;
}
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
}
my ($GIT_DIR) = run_cmd_pipe(qw(git rev-parse --git-dir));
if (!defined $GIT_DIR) {
exit(1); # rev-parse would have already said "not a git repo"
}
chomp($GIT_DIR);
sub refresh {
my $fh;
open $fh, 'git update-index --refresh |'
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
or die;
while (<$fh>) {
;# ignore 'needs update'
}
close $fh;
}
sub list_untracked {
map {
chomp $_;
unquote_path($_);
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
}
run_cmd_pipe(qw(git ls-files --others --exclude-standard --), @ARGV);
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
}
# TRANSLATORS: you can adjust this to align "git add -i" status menu
my $status_fmt = __('%12s %12s %s');
my $status_head = sprintf($status_fmt, __('staged'), __('unstaged'), __('path'));
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
{
my $initial;
sub is_initial_commit {
$initial = system('git rev-parse HEAD -- >/dev/null 2>&1') != 0
unless defined $initial;
return $initial;
}
}
{
my $empty_tree;
sub get_empty_tree {
return $empty_tree if defined $empty_tree;
($empty_tree) = run_cmd_pipe(qw(git hash-object -t tree /dev/null));
chomp $empty_tree;
return $empty_tree;
}
}
sub get_diff_reference {
my $ref = shift;
if (defined $ref and $ref ne 'HEAD') {
return $ref;
} elsif (is_initial_commit()) {
return get_empty_tree();
} else {
return 'HEAD';
}
}
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
# Returns list of hashes, contents of each of which are:
# VALUE: pathname
# BINARY: is a binary path
# INDEX: is index different from HEAD?
# FILE: is file different from index?
# INDEX_ADDDEL: is it add/delete between HEAD and index?
# FILE_ADDDEL: is it add/delete between index and file?
# UNMERGED: is the path unmerged
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
sub list_modified {
my ($only) = @_;
my (%data, @return);
my ($add, $del, $adddel, $file);
my $reference = get_diff_reference($patch_mode_revision);
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
for (run_cmd_pipe(qw(git diff-index --cached
--numstat --summary), $reference,
add--interactive: do not expand pathspecs with ls-files When we want to get the list of modified files, we first expand any user-provided pathspecs with "ls-files", and then feed the resulting list of paths as arguments to "diff-index" and "diff-files". If your pathspec expands into a large number of paths, you may run into one of two problems: 1. The OS may complain about the size of the argument list, and refuse to run. For example: $ (ulimit -s 128 && git add -p drivers) Can't exec "git": Argument list too long at .../git-add--interactive line 177. Died at .../git-add--interactive line 177. That's on the linux.git repository, which has about 20K files in the "drivers" directory (none of them modified in this case). The "ulimit -s" trick is necessary to show the problem on Linux even for such a gigantic set of paths. Other operating systems have much smaller limits (e.g., a real-world case was seen with only 5K files on OS X). 2. Even when it does work, it's really slow. The pathspec code is not optimized for huge numbers of paths. Here's the same case without the ulimit: $ time git add -p drivers No changes. real 0m16.559s user 0m53.140s sys 0m0.220s We can improve this by skipping "ls-files" completely, and just feeding the original pathspecs to the diff commands. This solution was discussed in 2010: http://public-inbox.org/git/20100105041438.GB12574@coredump.intra.peff.net/ but at the time the diff code's pathspecs were more primitive than those used by ls-files (e.g., they did not support globs). Making the change would have caused a user-visible regression, so we didn't. Since then, the pathspec code has been unified, and the diff commands natively understand pathspecs like '*.c'. This patch implements that solution. That skips the argument-list limits, and the result runs much faster: $ time git add -p drivers No changes. real 0m0.149s user 0m0.116s sys 0m0.080s There are two new tests. The first just exercises the globbing behavior to confirm that we are not causing a regression there. The second checks the actual argument behavior using GIT_TRACE. We _could_ do it with the "ulimit -s" trick, as above. But that would mean the test could only run where "ulimit -s" works. And tests of that sort are expensive, because we have to come up with enough files to actually bust the limit (we can't just shrink the "128" down infinitely, since it is also the in-program stack size). Finally, two caveats and possibilities for future work: a. This fixes one argument-list expansion, but there may be others. In fact, it's very likely that if you run "git add -i" and select a large number of modified files that the script would try to feed them all to a single git command. In practice this is probably fine. The real issue here is that the argument list was growing with the _total_ number of files, not the number of modified or selected files. b. If the repository contains filenames with literal wildcard characters (e.g., "foo*"), the original code expanded them via "ls-files" and then fed those wildcard names to "diff-index", which would have treated them as wildcards. This was a bug, which is now fixed (though unless you really go through some contortions with ":(literal)", it's likely that your original pathspec would match whatever the accidentally-expanded wildcard would anyway). So this takes us one step closer to working correctly with files whose names contain wildcard characters, but it's likely that others remain (e.g., if "git add -i" feeds the selected paths to "git add"). Reported-by: Wincent Colaiuta <win@wincent.com> Reported-by: Mislav Marohnić <mislav.marohnic@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
6 years ago
'--', @ARGV)) {
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
if (($add, $del, $file) =
/^([-\d]+) ([-\d]+) (.*)/) {
my ($change, $bin);
$file = unquote_path($file);
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
if ($add eq '-' && $del eq '-') {
$change = __('binary');
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
$bin = 1;
}
else {
$change = "+$add/-$del";
}
$data{$file} = {
INDEX => $change,
BINARY => $bin,
FILE => __('nothing'),
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
}
}
elsif (($adddel, $file) =
/^ (create|delete) mode [0-7]+ (.*)$/) {
$file = unquote_path($file);
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
$data{$file}{INDEX_ADDDEL} = $adddel;
}
}
for (run_cmd_pipe(qw(git diff-files --ignore-submodules=dirty --numstat --summary --raw --), @ARGV)) {
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
if (($add, $del, $file) =
/^([-\d]+) ([-\d]+) (.*)/) {
$file = unquote_path($file);
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
my ($change, $bin);
if ($add eq '-' && $del eq '-') {
$change = __('binary');
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
$bin = 1;
}
else {
$change = "+$add/-$del";
}
$data{$file}{FILE} = $change;
if ($bin) {
$data{$file}{BINARY} = 1;
}
}
elsif (($adddel, $file) =
/^ (create|delete) mode [0-7]+ (.*)$/) {
$file = unquote_path($file);
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
$data{$file}{FILE_ADDDEL} = $adddel;
}
elsif (/^:[0-7]+ [0-7]+ [0-9a-f]+ [0-9a-f]+ (.) (.*)$/) {
$file = unquote_path($2);
if (!exists $data{$file}) {
$data{$file} = +{
INDEX => __('unchanged'),
BINARY => 0,
};
}
if ($1 eq 'U') {
$data{$file}{UNMERGED} = 1;
}
}
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
}
for (sort keys %data) {
my $it = $data{$_};
if ($only) {
if ($only eq 'index-only') {
next if ($it->{INDEX} eq __('unchanged'));
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
}
if ($only eq 'file-only') {
next if ($it->{FILE} eq __('nothing'));
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
}
}
push @return, +{
VALUE => $_,
%$it,
};
}
return @return;
}
sub find_unique {
my ($string, @stuff) = @_;
my $found = undef;
for (my $i = 0; $i < @stuff; $i++) {
my $it = $stuff[$i];
my $hit = undef;
if (ref $it) {
if ((ref $it) eq 'ARRAY') {
$it = $it->[0];
}
else {
$it = $it->{VALUE};
}
}
eval {
if ($it =~ /^$string/) {
$hit = 1;
};
};
if (defined $hit && defined $found) {
return undef;
}
if ($hit) {
$found = $i + 1;
}
}
return $found;
}
# inserts string into trie and updates count for each character
sub update_trie {
my ($trie, $string) = @_;
foreach (split //, $string) {
$trie = $trie->{$_} ||= {COUNT => 0};
$trie->{COUNT}++;
}
}
# returns an array of tuples (prefix, remainder)
sub find_unique_prefixes {
my @stuff = @_;
my @return = ();
# any single prefix exceeding the soft limit is omitted
# if any prefix exceeds the hard limit all are omitted
# 0 indicates no limit
my $soft_limit = 0;
my $hard_limit = 3;
# build a trie modelling all possible options
my %trie;
foreach my $print (@stuff) {
if ((ref $print) eq 'ARRAY') {
$print = $print->[0];
}
elsif ((ref $print) eq 'HASH') {
$print = $print->{VALUE};
}
update_trie(\%trie, $print);
push @return, $print;
}
# use the trie to find the unique prefixes
for (my $i = 0; $i < @return; $i++) {
my $ret = $return[$i];
my @letters = split //, $ret;
my %search = %trie;
my ($prefix, $remainder);
my $j;
for ($j = 0; $j < @letters; $j++) {
my $letter = $letters[$j];
if ($search{$letter}{COUNT} == 1) {
$prefix = substr $ret, 0, $j + 1;
$remainder = substr $ret, $j + 1;
last;
}
else {
my $prefix = substr $ret, 0, $j;
return ()
if ($hard_limit && $j + 1 > $hard_limit);
}
%search = %{$search{$letter}};
}
if (ord($letters[0]) > 127 ||
($soft_limit && $j + 1 > $soft_limit)) {
$prefix = undef;
$remainder = $ret;
}
$return[$i] = [$prefix, $remainder];
}
return @return;
}
# filters out prefixes which have special meaning to list_and_choose()
sub is_valid_prefix {
my $prefix = shift;
return (defined $prefix) &&
!($prefix =~ /[\s,]/) && # separators
!($prefix =~ /^-/) && # deselection
!($prefix =~ /^\d+/) && # selection
($prefix ne '*') && # "all" wildcard
($prefix ne '?'); # prompt help
}
# given a prefix/remainder tuple return a string with the prefix highlighted
# for now use square brackets; later might use ANSI colors (underline, bold)
sub highlight_prefix {
my $prefix = shift;
my $remainder = shift;
if (!defined $prefix) {
return $remainder;
}
if (!is_valid_prefix($prefix)) {
return "$prefix$remainder";
}
if (!$menu_use_color) {
return "[$prefix]$remainder";
}
return "$prompt_color$prefix$normal_color$remainder";
}
sub error_msg {
print STDERR colored $error_color, @_;
}
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
sub list_and_choose {
my ($opts, @stuff) = @_;
my (@chosen, @return);
if (!@stuff) {
return @return;
}
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
my $i;
my @prefixes = find_unique_prefixes(@stuff) unless $opts->{LIST_ONLY};
git-add --interactive A script to be driven when the user says "git add --interactive" is introduced. When it is run, first it runs its internal 'status' command to show the current status, and then goes into its internactive command loop. The command loop shows the list of subcommands available, and gives a prompt "What now> ". In general, when the prompt ends with a single '>', you can pick only one of the choices given and type return, like this: *** Commands *** 1: status 2: update 3: revert 4: add untracked 5: patch 6: diff 7: quit 8: help What now> 1 You also could say "s" or "sta" or "status" above as long as the choice is unique. The main command loop has 6 subcommands (plus help and quit). * 'status' shows the change between HEAD and index (i.e. what will be committed if you say "git commit"), and between index and working tree files (i.e. what you could stage further before "git commit" using "git-add") for each path. A sample output looks like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl It shows that foo.png has differences from HEAD (but that is binary so line count cannot be shown) and there is no difference between indexed copy and the working tree version (if the working tree version were also different, 'binary' would have been shown in place of 'nothing'). The other file, git-add--interactive.perl, has 403 lines added and 35 lines deleted if you commit what is in the index, but working tree file has further modifications (one addition and one deletion). * 'update' shows the status information and gives prompt "Update>>". When the prompt ends with double '>>', you can make more than one selection, concatenated with whitespace or comma. Also you can say ranges. E.g. "2-5 7,9" to choose 2,3,4,5,7,9 from the list. You can say '*' to choose everything. What you chose are then highlighted with '*', like this: staged unstaged path 1: binary nothing foo.png * 2: +403/-35 +1/-1 git-add--interactive.perl To remove selection, prefix the input with - like this: Update>> -2 After making the selection, answer with an empty line to stage the contents of working tree files for selected paths in the index. * 'revert' has a very similar UI to 'update', and the staged information for selected paths are reverted to that of the HEAD version. Reverting new paths makes them untracked. * 'add untracked' has a very similar UI to 'update' and 'revert', and lets you add untracked paths to the index. * 'patch' lets you choose one path out of 'status' like selection. After choosing the path, it presents diff between the index and the working tree file and asks you if you want to stage the change of each hunk. You can say: y - add the change from that hunk to index n - do not add the change from that hunk to index a - add the change from that hunk and all the rest to index d - do not the change from that hunk nor any of the rest to index j - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next undecided hunk J - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the next hunk k - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous undecided hunk K - do not decide on this hunk now, and view the previous hunk After deciding the fate for all hunks, if there is any hunk that was chosen, the index is updated with the selected hunks. * 'diff' lets you review what will be committed (i.e. between HEAD and index). This is still rough, but does everything except a few things I think are needed. * 'patch' should be able to allow splitting a hunk into multiple hunks. * 'patch' does not adjust the line offsets @@ -k,l +m,n @@ in the hunk header. This does not have major problem in practice, but it _should_ do the adjustment. * It does not have any explicit support for a merge in progress; it may not work at all. Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <junkio@cox.net>
16 years ago
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