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git/submodule.h

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#ifndef SUBMODULE_H
#define SUBMODULE_H
argv-array: rename to strvec The name "argv-array" isn't very good, because it describes what the data type can be used for (program argument arrays), not what it actually is (a dynamically-growing string array that maintains a NULL-terminator invariant). This leads to people being hesitant to use it for other cases where it would actually be a good fit. The existing name is also clunky to use. It's overly long, and the name often leads to saying things like "argv.argv" (i.e., the field names overlap with variable names, since they're describing the use, not the type). Let's give it a more neutral name. I settled on "strvec" because "vector" is the name for a dynamic array type in many programming languages. "strarray" would work, too, but it's longer and a bit more awkward to say (and don't we all say these things in our mind as we type them?). A more extreme direction would be a generic data structure which stores a NULL-terminated of _any_ type. That would be easy to do with void pointers, but we'd lose some type safety for the existing cases. Plus it raises questions about memory allocation and ownership. So I limited myself here to changing names only, and not semantics. If we do find a use for that more generic data type, we could perhaps implement it at a lower level and then provide type-safe wrappers around it for strings. But that can come later. This patch does the minimum to convert the struct and function names in the header and implementation, leaving a few things for follow-on patches: - files retain their original names for now - struct field names are retained for now - there's a preprocessor compat layer that lets most users remain the same for now. The exception is headers which made a manual forward declaration of the struct. I've converted them (and their dependent function declarations) here. Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
struct strvec;
struct cache_entry;
struct diff_options;
struct index_state;
struct object_id;
struct oid_array;
struct pathspec;
struct remote;
struct repository;
struct string_list;
struct strbuf;
Add the option "--ignore-submodules" to "git status" In some use cases it is not desirable that "git status" considers submodules that only contain untracked content as dirty. This may happen e.g. when the submodule is not under the developers control and not all build generated files have been added to .gitignore by the upstream developers. Using the "untracked" parameter for the "--ignore-submodules" option disables checking for untracked content and lets git diff report them as changed only when they have new commits or modified content. Sometimes it is not wanted to have submodules show up as changed when they just contain changes to their work tree (this was the behavior before 1.7.0). An example for that are scripts which just want to check for submodule commits while ignoring any changes to the work tree. Also users having large submodules known not to change might want to use this option, as the - sometimes substantial - time it takes to scan the submodule work tree(s) is saved when using the "dirty" parameter. And if you want to ignore any changes to submodules, you can now do that by using this option without parameters or with "all" (when the config option status.submodulesummary is set, using "all" will also suppress the output of the submodule summary). A new function handle_ignore_submodules_arg() is introduced to parse this option new to "git status" in a single location, as "git diff" already knew it. Signed-off-by: Jens Lehmann <Jens.Lehmann@web.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
12 years ago
enum submodule_recurse_mode {
RECURSE_SUBMODULES_ONLY = -5,
RECURSE_SUBMODULES_CHECK = -4,
RECURSE_SUBMODULES_ERROR = -3,
submodule: implement a config API for lookup of .gitmodules values In a superproject some commands need to interact with submodules. They need to query values from the .gitmodules file either from the worktree of from certain revisions. At the moment this is quite hard since a caller would need to read the .gitmodules file from the history and then parse the values. We want to provide an API for this so we have one place to get values from .gitmodules from any revision (including the worktree). The API is realized as a cache which allows us to lazily read .gitmodules configurations by commit into a runtime cache which can then be used to easily lookup values from it. Currently only the values for path or name are stored but it can be extended for any value needed. It is expected that .gitmodules files do not change often between commits. Thats why we lookup the .gitmodules sha1 from a commit and then either lookup an already parsed configuration or parse and cache an unknown one for each sha1. The cache is lazily build on demand for each requested commit. This cache can be used for all purposes which need knowledge about submodule configurations. Example use cases are: * Recursive submodule checkout needs to lookup a submodule name from its path when a submodule first appears. This needs be done before this configuration exists in the worktree. * The implementation of submodule support for 'git archive' needs to lookup the submodule name to generate the archive when given a revision that is not checked out. * 'git fetch' when given the --recurse-submodules=on-demand option (or configuration) needs to lookup submodule names by path from the database rather than reading from the worktree. For new submodule it needs to lookup the name from its path to allow cloning new submodules into the .git folder so they can be checked out without any network interaction when the user does a checkout of that revision. Signed-off-by: Heiko Voigt <hvoigt@hvoigt.net> Signed-off-by: Stefan Beller <sbeller@google.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
7 years ago
RECURSE_SUBMODULES_NONE = -2,
fetch/pull: recurse into submodules when necessary To be able to access all commits of populated submodules referenced by the superproject it is sufficient to only then let "git fetch" recurse into a submodule when the new commits fetched in the superproject record new commits for it. Having these commits present is extremely useful when using the "--submodule" option to "git diff" (which is what "git gui" and "gitk" do since 1.6.6), as all submodule commits needed for creating a descriptive output can be accessed. Also merging submodule commits (added in 1.7.3) depends on the submodule commits in question being present to work. Last but not least this enables disconnected operation when using submodules, as all commits necessary for a successful "git submodule update -N" will have been fetched automatically. So we choose this mode as the default for fetch and pull. Before a new or changed ref from upstream is updated in update_local_ref() "git rev-list <new-sha1> --not --branches --remotes" is used to determine all newly fetched commits. These are then walked and diffed against their parent(s) to see if a submodule has been changed. If that is the case, its path is stored to be fetched after the superproject fetch is completed. Using the "--recurse-submodules" or the "--no-recurse-submodules" option disables the examination of the fetched refs because the result will be ignored anyway. There is currently no infrastructure for storing deleted and new submodules in the .git directory of the superproject. That's why fetch and pull for now only fetch submodules that are already checked out and are not renamed. In t7403 the "--no-recurse-submodules" argument had to be added to "git pull" to avoid failure because of the moved upstream submodule repo. Thanks-to: Jonathan Nieder <jrnieder@gmail.com> Thanks-to: Heiko Voigt <hvoigt@hvoigt.net> Signed-off-by: Jens Lehmann <Jens.Lehmann@web.de> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
12 years ago
RECURSE_SUBMODULES_ON_DEMAND = -1,
RECURSE_SUBMODULES_OFF = 0,
RECURSE_SUBMODULES_DEFAULT = 1,
RECURSE_SUBMODULES_ON = 2
};
enum submodule_update_type {
SM_UPDATE_UNSPECIFIED = 0,
SM_UPDATE_CHECKOUT,
SM_UPDATE_REBASE,
SM_UPDATE_MERGE,
SM_UPDATE_NONE,
SM_UPDATE_COMMAND
};
struct submodule_update_strategy {
enum submodule_update_type type;
const char *command;
};
#define SUBMODULE_UPDATE_STRATEGY_INIT { \
.type = SM_UPDATE_UNSPECIFIED, \
}
int is_gitmodules_unmerged(struct index_state *istate);
int is_writing_gitmodules_ok(void);
int is_staging_gitmodules_ok(struct index_state *istate);
int update_path_in_gitmodules(const char *oldpath, const char *newpath);
int remove_path_from_gitmodules(const char *path);
void stage_updated_gitmodules(struct index_state *istate);
void set_diffopt_flags_from_submodule_config(struct diff_options *,
const char *path);
int git_default_submodule_config(const char *var, const char *value, void *cb);
struct option;
int option_parse_recurse_submodules_worktree_updater(const struct option *opt,
const char *arg, int unset);
branch: add --recurse-submodules option for branch creation To improve the submodules UX, we would like to teach Git to handle branches in submodules. Start this process by teaching "git branch" the --recurse-submodules option so that "git branch --recurse-submodules topic" will create the `topic` branch in the superproject and its submodules. Although this commit does not introduce breaking changes, it does not work well with existing --recurse-submodules commands because "git branch --recurse-submodules" writes to the submodule ref store, but most commands only consider the superproject gitlink and ignore the submodule ref store. For example, "git checkout --recurse-submodules" will check out the commits in the superproject gitlinks (and put the submodules in detached HEAD) instead of checking out the submodule branches. Because of this, this commit introduces a new configuration value, `submodule.propagateBranches`. The plan is for Git commands to prioritize submodule ref store information over superproject gitlinks if this value is true. Because "git branch --recurse-submodules" writes to submodule ref stores, for the sake of clarity, it will not function unless this configuration value is set. This commit also includes changes that support working with submodules from a superproject commit because "branch --recurse-submodules" (and future commands) need to read .gitmodules and gitlinks from the superproject commit, but submodules are typically read from the filesystem's .gitmodules and the index's gitlinks. These changes are: * add a submodules_of_tree() helper that gives the relevant information of an in-tree submodule (e.g. path and oid) and initializes the repository * add is_tree_submodule_active() by adding a treeish_name parameter to is_submodule_active() * add the "submoduleNotUpdated" advice to advise users to update the submodules in their trees Incidentally, fix an incorrect usage string that combined the 'list' usage of git branch (-l) with the 'create' usage; this string has been incorrect since its inception, a8dfd5eac4 (Make builtin-branch.c use parse_options., 2007-10-07). Helped-by: Jonathan Tan <jonathantanmy@google.com> Signed-off-by: Glen Choo <chooglen@google.com> Reviewed-by: Jonathan Tan <jonathantanmy@google.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
8 months ago
int is_tree_submodule_active(struct repository *repo,
const struct object_id *treeish_name,
const char *path);
int is_submodule_active(struct repository *repo, const char *path);
/*
* Determine if a submodule has been populated at a given 'path' by checking if
* the <path>/.git resolves to a valid git repository.
* If return_error_code is NULL, die on error.
* Otherwise the return error code is the same as of resolve_gitdir_gently.
*/
int is_submodule_populated_gently(const char *path, int *return_error_code);
void die_in_unpopulated_submodule(struct index_state *istate,
const char *prefix);
void die_path_inside_submodule(struct index_state *istate,
const struct pathspec *ps);
enum submodule_update_type parse_submodule_update_type(const char *value);
int parse_submodule_update_strategy(const char *value,
struct submodule_update_strategy *dst);
const char *submodule_update_type_to_string(enum submodule_update_type type);
void handle_ignore_submodules_arg(struct diff_options *, const char *);
void show_submodule_diff_summary(struct diff_options *o, const char *path,
struct object_id *one, struct object_id *two,
unsigned dirty_submodule);
void show_submodule_inline_diff(struct diff_options *o, const char *path,
struct object_id *one, struct object_id *two,
unsigned dirty_submodule);
/* Check if we want to update any submodule.*/
int should_update_submodules(void);
/*
* Returns the submodule struct if the given ce entry is a submodule
* and it should be updated. Returns NULL otherwise.
*/
const struct submodule *submodule_from_ce(const struct cache_entry *ce);
void check_for_new_submodule_commits(struct object_id *oid);
int fetch_submodules(struct repository *r,
const struct strvec *options,
const char *prefix,
int command_line_option,
int default_option,
int quiet, int max_parallel_jobs);
unsigned is_submodule_modified(const char *path, int ignore_untracked);
int submodule_uses_gitfile(const char *path);
#define SUBMODULE_REMOVAL_DIE_ON_ERROR (1<<0)
#define SUBMODULE_REMOVAL_IGNORE_UNTRACKED (1<<1)
#define SUBMODULE_REMOVAL_IGNORE_IGNORED_UNTRACKED (1<<2)
int bad_to_remove_submodule(const char *path, unsigned flags);
submodule: lazily add submodule ODBs as alternates Teach Git to add submodule ODBs as alternates to the object store of the_repository only upon the first access of an object not in the_repository, and not when add_submodule_odb() is called. This provides a means of gradually migrating from accessing a submodule's object through alternates to accessing a submodule's object by explicitly passing its repository object. Any Git command can declare that it might access submodule objects by calling add_submodule_odb() (as they do now), but the submodule ODBs themselves will not be added until needed, so individual commands and/or combinations of arguments can be migrated one by one. [The advantage of explicit repository-object passing is code clarity (it is clear which repository an object read is from), performance (there is no need to linearly search through all submodule ODBs whenever an object is accessed from any repository, whether superproject or submodule), and the possibility of future features like partial clone submodules (which right now is not possible because if an object is missing, we do not know which repository to lazy-fetch into).] This commit also introduces an environment variable that a test may set to make the actual registration of alternates fatal, in order to demonstrate that its codepaths do not need this registration. Signed-off-by: Jonathan Tan <jonathantanmy@google.com> Reviewed-by: Emily Shaffer <emilyshaffer@google.com> Reviewed-by: Matheus Tavares <matheus.bernardino@usp.br> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
1 year ago
/*
* Call add_submodule_odb_by_path() to add the submodule at the given
* path to a list. When register_all_submodule_odb_as_alternates() is
* called, the object stores of all submodules in that list will be
* added as alternates in the_repository.
submodule: lazily add submodule ODBs as alternates Teach Git to add submodule ODBs as alternates to the object store of the_repository only upon the first access of an object not in the_repository, and not when add_submodule_odb() is called. This provides a means of gradually migrating from accessing a submodule's object through alternates to accessing a submodule's object by explicitly passing its repository object. Any Git command can declare that it might access submodule objects by calling add_submodule_odb() (as they do now), but the submodule ODBs themselves will not be added until needed, so individual commands and/or combinations of arguments can be migrated one by one. [The advantage of explicit repository-object passing is code clarity (it is clear which repository an object read is from), performance (there is no need to linearly search through all submodule ODBs whenever an object is accessed from any repository, whether superproject or submodule), and the possibility of future features like partial clone submodules (which right now is not possible because if an object is missing, we do not know which repository to lazy-fetch into).] This commit also introduces an environment variable that a test may set to make the actual registration of alternates fatal, in order to demonstrate that its codepaths do not need this registration. Signed-off-by: Jonathan Tan <jonathantanmy@google.com> Reviewed-by: Emily Shaffer <emilyshaffer@google.com> Reviewed-by: Matheus Tavares <matheus.bernardino@usp.br> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
1 year ago
*/
void add_submodule_odb_by_path(const char *path);
submodule: lazily add submodule ODBs as alternates Teach Git to add submodule ODBs as alternates to the object store of the_repository only upon the first access of an object not in the_repository, and not when add_submodule_odb() is called. This provides a means of gradually migrating from accessing a submodule's object through alternates to accessing a submodule's object by explicitly passing its repository object. Any Git command can declare that it might access submodule objects by calling add_submodule_odb() (as they do now), but the submodule ODBs themselves will not be added until needed, so individual commands and/or combinations of arguments can be migrated one by one. [The advantage of explicit repository-object passing is code clarity (it is clear which repository an object read is from), performance (there is no need to linearly search through all submodule ODBs whenever an object is accessed from any repository, whether superproject or submodule), and the possibility of future features like partial clone submodules (which right now is not possible because if an object is missing, we do not know which repository to lazy-fetch into).] This commit also introduces an environment variable that a test may set to make the actual registration of alternates fatal, in order to demonstrate that its codepaths do not need this registration. Signed-off-by: Jonathan Tan <jonathantanmy@google.com> Reviewed-by: Emily Shaffer <emilyshaffer@google.com> Reviewed-by: Matheus Tavares <matheus.bernardino@usp.br> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
1 year ago
int register_all_submodule_odb_as_alternates(void);
pull: optionally rebase submodules (remote submodule changes only) Teach pull to optionally update submodules when '--recurse-submodules' is provided. This will teach pull to run 'submodule update --rebase' when the '--recurse-submodules' and '--rebase' flags are given under specific circumstances. On a rebase workflow: ===================== 1. Both sides change the submodule ------------------------------ Let's assume the following history in a submodule: H---I---J---K---L local branch \ M---N---O---P remote branch and the following in the superproject (recorded submodule in parens): A(H)---B(I)---F(K)---G(L) local branch \ C(N)---D(N)---E(P) remote branch In an ideal world this would rebase the submodule and rewrite the submodule pointers that the superproject points at such that the superproject looks like A(H)---B(I) F(K')---G(L') rebased branch \ / C(N)---D(N)---E(P) remote branch and the submodule as: J---K---L (old dangeling tip) / H---I J'---K'---L' rebased branch \ / M---N---O---P remote branch And if a conflict arises in the submodule the superproject rebase would stop at that commit at which the submodule conflict occurs. Currently a "pull --rebase" in the superproject produces a merge conflict as the submodule pointer changes are conflicting and cannot be resolved. 2. Local submodule changes only ----------------------- Assuming histories as above, except that the remote branch would not contain submodule changes, then a result as A(H)---B(I) F(K)---G(L) rebased branch \ / C(I)---D(I)---E(I) remote branch is desire-able. This is what currently happens in rebase. If the recursive flag is given, the ideal git would produce a superproject as: A(H)---B(I) F(K')---G(L') rebased branch (incl. sub rebase!) \ / C(I)---D(I)---E(I) remote branch and the submodule as: J---K---L (old dangeling tip) / H---I J'---K'---L' locally rebased branch \ / M---N---O---P advanced branch This patch doesn't address this issue, however a test is added that this fails up front. 3. Remote submodule changes only ---------------------- Assuming histories as in (1) except that the local superproject branch would not have touched the submodule the rebase already works out in the superproject with no conflicts: A(H)---B(I) F(P)---G(P) rebased branch (no sub changes) \ / C(N)---D(N)---E(P) remote branch The recurse flag as presented in this patch would additionally update the submodule as: H---I J'---K'---L' rebased branch \ / M---N---O---P remote branch As neither J, K, L nor J', K', L' are referred to from the superproject, no rewriting of the superproject commits is required. Conclusion for 'pull --rebase --recursive' ----------------------------------------- If there are no local superproject changes it is sufficient to call "submodule update --rebase" as this produces the desired results. In case of conflicts, the behavior is the same as in 'submodule update --recursive' which is assumed to be sane. This patch implements (3) only. On a merge workflow: ==================== We'll start off with the same underlying DAG as in (1) in the rebase workflow. So in an ideal world a 'pull --merge --recursive' would produce this: H---I---J---K---L----X \ / M---N---O---P with X as the new merge-commit in the submodule and the superproject as: A(H)---B(I)---F(K)---G(L)---Y(X) \ / C(N)---D(N)---E(P) However modifying the submodules on the fly is not supported in git-merge such that Y(X) is not easy to produce in a single patch. In fact git-merge doesn't know about submodules at all. However when at least one side does not contain commits touching the submodule at all, then we do not need to perform the merge for the submodule but a fast-forward can be done via checking out either L or P in the submodule. This strategy is implemented in 68d03e4a6e (Implement automatic fast-forward merge for submodules, 2010-07-07) already, so to align with the rebase behavior we need to also update the worktree of the submodule. Signed-off-by: Brandon Williams <bmwill@google.com> Signed-off-by: Stefan Beller <sbeller@google.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
5 years ago
/*
* Checks if there are submodule changes in a..b. If a is the null OID,
* checks b and all its ancestors instead.
*/
int submodule_touches_in_range(struct repository *r,
struct object_id *a,
struct object_id *b);
int find_unpushed_submodules(struct repository *r,
struct oid_array *commits,
const char *remotes_name,
struct string_list *needs_pushing);
struct refspec;
int push_unpushed_submodules(struct repository *r,
struct oid_array *commits,
const struct remote *remote,
const struct refspec *rs,
const struct string_list *push_options,
int dry_run);
/*
* Given a submodule path (as in the index), return the repository
* path of that submodule in 'buf'. Return -1 on error or when the
* submodule is not initialized.
*/
int submodule_to_gitdir(struct strbuf *buf, const char *submodule);
/*
* Given a submodule name, create a path to where the submodule's gitdir lives
* inside of the provided repository's 'modules' directory.
*/
void submodule_name_to_gitdir(struct strbuf *buf, struct repository *r,
const char *submodule_name);
/*
* Make sure that no submodule's git dir is nested in a sibling submodule's.
*/
int validate_submodule_git_dir(char *git_dir, const char *submodule_name);
#define SUBMODULE_MOVE_HEAD_DRY_RUN (1<<0)
#define SUBMODULE_MOVE_HEAD_FORCE (1<<1)
int submodule_move_head(const char *path,
const char *old,
const char *new_head,
unsigned flags);
submodule: unset core.worktree if no working tree is present When a submodules work tree is removed, we should unset its core.worktree setting as the worktree is no longer present. This is not just in line with the conceptual view of submodules, but it fixes an inconvenience for looking at submodules that are not checked out: git clone --recurse-submodules git://github.com/git/git && cd git && git checkout --recurse-submodules v2.13.0 git -C .git/modules/sha1collisiondetection log fatal: cannot chdir to '../../../sha1collisiondetection': \ No such file or directory With this patch applied, the final call to git log works instead of dying in its setup, as the checkout will unset the core.worktree setting such that following log will be run in a bare repository. This patch covers all commands that are in the unpack machinery, i.e. checkout, read-tree, reset. A follow up patch will address "git submodule deinit", which will also make use of the new function submodule_unset_core_worktree(), which is why we expose it in this patch. This patch was authored as 4fa4f90ccd (submodule: unset core.worktree if no working tree is present, 2018-06-12), which was reverted as part of f178c13fda (Revert "Merge branch 'sb/submodule-core-worktree'", 2018-09-07). The revert was needed as the nearby commit e98317508c (submodule: ensure core.worktree is set after update, 2018-06-18) is faulty and at the time of 7e25437d35 (Merge branch 'sb/submodule-core-worktree', 2018-07-18) we could not revert the faulty commit only, as they were depending on each other: If core.worktree is unset, we have to have ways to ensure that it is set again once the working tree reappears again. Now that 4d6d6ef1fc (Merge branch 'sb/submodule-update-in-c', 2018-09-17), specifically 74d4731da1 (submodule--helper: replace connect-gitdir-workingtree by ensure-core-worktree, 2018-08-13) is present, we already check and ensure core.worktree is set when populating a new work tree, such that we can re-introduce the commits that unset core.worktree when removing the worktree. Signed-off-by: Stefan Beller <sbeller@google.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com> Signed-off-by: Stefan Beller <sbeller@google.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
4 years ago
void submodule_unset_core_worktree(const struct submodule *sub);
/*
* Prepare the "env" parameter of a "struct child_process" for executing
* a submodule by clearing any repo-specific environment variables, but
* retaining any config in the environment.
*/
void prepare_submodule_repo_env(struct strvec *env);
#define ABSORB_GITDIR_RECURSE_SUBMODULES (1<<0)
void absorb_git_dir_into_superproject(const char *path,
unsigned flags);
/*
* Return the absolute path of the working tree of the superproject, which this
* project is a submodule of. If this repository is not a submodule of
* another repository, return 0.
*/
int get_superproject_working_tree(struct strbuf *buf);
#endif