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git/builtin/clean.c

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/*
* "git clean" builtin command
*
* Copyright (C) 2007 Shawn Bohrer
*
* Based on git-clean.sh by Pavel Roskin
*/
#define USE_THE_INDEX_COMPATIBILITY_MACROS
#include "builtin.h"
#include "cache.h"
#include "config.h"
#include "dir.h"
#include "parse-options.h"
#include "string-list.h"
#include "quote.h"
#include "column.h"
#include "color.h"
#include "pathspec.h"
#include "help.h"
#include "prompt.h"
static int force = -1; /* unset */
static int interactive;
static struct string_list del_list = STRING_LIST_INIT_DUP;
static unsigned int colopts;
static const char *const builtin_clean_usage[] = {
N_("git clean [-d] [-f] [-i] [-n] [-q] [-e <pattern>] [-x | -X] [--] <paths>..."),
NULL
};
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
static const char *msg_remove = N_("Removing %s\n");
static const char *msg_would_remove = N_("Would remove %s\n");
static const char *msg_skip_git_dir = N_("Skipping repository %s\n");
static const char *msg_would_skip_git_dir = N_("Would skip repository %s\n");
static const char *msg_warn_remove_failed = N_("failed to remove %s");
static const char *msg_warn_lstat_failed = N_("could not lstat %s\n");
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
enum color_clean {
CLEAN_COLOR_RESET = 0,
CLEAN_COLOR_PLAIN = 1,
CLEAN_COLOR_PROMPT = 2,
CLEAN_COLOR_HEADER = 3,
CLEAN_COLOR_HELP = 4,
CLEAN_COLOR_ERROR = 5
};
static const char *color_interactive_slots[] = {
[CLEAN_COLOR_ERROR] = "error",
[CLEAN_COLOR_HEADER] = "header",
[CLEAN_COLOR_HELP] = "help",
[CLEAN_COLOR_PLAIN] = "plain",
[CLEAN_COLOR_PROMPT] = "prompt",
[CLEAN_COLOR_RESET] = "reset",
};
static int clean_use_color = -1;
static char clean_colors[][COLOR_MAXLEN] = {
[CLEAN_COLOR_ERROR] = GIT_COLOR_BOLD_RED,
[CLEAN_COLOR_HEADER] = GIT_COLOR_BOLD,
[CLEAN_COLOR_HELP] = GIT_COLOR_BOLD_RED,
[CLEAN_COLOR_PLAIN] = GIT_COLOR_NORMAL,
[CLEAN_COLOR_PROMPT] = GIT_COLOR_BOLD_BLUE,
[CLEAN_COLOR_RESET] = GIT_COLOR_RESET,
};
#define MENU_OPTS_SINGLETON 01
#define MENU_OPTS_IMMEDIATE 02
#define MENU_OPTS_LIST_ONLY 04
struct menu_opts {
const char *header;
const char *prompt;
int flags;
};
#define MENU_RETURN_NO_LOOP 10
struct menu_item {
char hotkey;
const char *title;
int selected;
int (*fn)(void);
};
enum menu_stuff_type {
MENU_STUFF_TYPE_STRING_LIST = 1,
MENU_STUFF_TYPE_MENU_ITEM
};
struct menu_stuff {
enum menu_stuff_type type;
int nr;
void *stuff;
};
define_list_config_array(color_interactive_slots);
static int git_clean_config(const char *var, const char *value, void *cb)
{
const char *slot_name;
if (starts_with(var, "column."))
return git_column_config(var, value, "clean", &colopts);
/* honors the color.interactive* config variables which also
applied in git-add--interactive and git-stash */
if (!strcmp(var, "color.interactive")) {
clean_use_color = git_config_colorbool(var, value);
return 0;
}
if (skip_prefix(var, "color.interactive.", &slot_name)) {
int slot = LOOKUP_CONFIG(color_interactive_slots, slot_name);
if (slot < 0)
return 0;
if (!value)
return config_error_nonbool(var);
return color_parse(value, clean_colors[slot]);
}
if (!strcmp(var, "clean.requireforce")) {
force = !git_config_bool(var, value);
return 0;
}
/* inspect the color.ui config variable and others */
return git_color_default_config(var, value, cb);
}
static const char *clean_get_color(enum color_clean ix)
{
if (want_color(clean_use_color))
return clean_colors[ix];
return "";
}
static void clean_print_color(enum color_clean ix)
{
printf("%s", clean_get_color(ix));
}
static int exclude_cb(const struct option *opt, const char *arg, int unset)
{
struct string_list *exclude_list = opt->value;
assert NOARG/NONEG behavior of parse-options callbacks When we define a parse-options callback, the flags we put in the option struct must match what the callback expects. For example, a callback which does not handle the "unset" parameter should only be used with PARSE_OPT_NONEG. But since the callback and the option struct are not defined next to each other, it's easy to get this wrong (as earlier patches in this series show). Fortunately, the compiler can help us here: compiling with -Wunused-parameters can show us which callbacks ignore their "unset" parameters (and likewise, ones that ignore "arg" expect to be triggered with PARSE_OPT_NOARG). But after we've inspected a callback and determined that all of its callers use the right flags, what do we do next? We'd like to silence the compiler warning, but do so in a way that will catch any wrong calls in the future. We can do that by actually checking those variables and asserting that they match our expectations. Because this is such a common pattern, we'll introduce some helper macros. The resulting messages aren't as descriptive as we could make them, but the file/line information from BUG() is enough to identify the problem (and anyway, the point is that these should never be seen). Each of the annotated callbacks in this patch triggers -Wunused-parameters, and was manually inspected to make sure all callers use the correct options (so none of these BUGs should be triggerable). Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
4 years ago
BUG_ON_OPT_NEG(unset);
string_list_append(exclude_list, arg);
return 0;
}
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
static int remove_dirs(struct strbuf *path, const char *prefix, int force_flag,
int dry_run, int quiet, int *dir_gone)
{
DIR *dir;
struct strbuf quoted = STRBUF_INIT;
struct dirent *e;
int res = 0, ret = 0, gone = 1, original_len = path->len, len;
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
struct string_list dels = STRING_LIST_INIT_DUP;
*dir_gone = 1;
if ((force_flag & REMOVE_DIR_KEEP_NESTED_GIT) &&
is_nonbare_repository_dir(path)) {
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
if (!quiet) {
quote_path(path->buf, prefix, &quoted, 0);
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
printf(dry_run ? _(msg_would_skip_git_dir) : _(msg_skip_git_dir),
quoted.buf);
}
*dir_gone = 0;
goto out;
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
}
dir = opendir(path->buf);
if (!dir) {
/* an empty dir could be removed even if it is unreadble */
res = dry_run ? 0 : rmdir(path->buf);
if (res) {
int saved_errno = errno;
quote_path(path->buf, prefix, &quoted, 0);
errno = saved_errno;
warning_errno(_(msg_warn_remove_failed), quoted.buf);
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
*dir_gone = 0;
}
ret = res;
goto out;
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
}
7 years ago
strbuf_complete(path, '/');
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
len = path->len;
while ((e = readdir_skip_dot_and_dotdot(dir)) != NULL) {
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
struct stat st;
strbuf_setlen(path, len);
strbuf_addstr(path, e->d_name);
if (lstat(path->buf, &st))
warning_errno(_(msg_warn_lstat_failed), path->buf);
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
else if (S_ISDIR(st.st_mode)) {
if (remove_dirs(path, prefix, force_flag, dry_run, quiet, &gone))
ret = 1;
if (gone) {
quote_path(path->buf, prefix, &quoted, 0);
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
string_list_append(&dels, quoted.buf);
} else
*dir_gone = 0;
continue;
} else {
res = dry_run ? 0 : unlink(path->buf);
if (!res) {
quote_path(path->buf, prefix, &quoted, 0);
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
string_list_append(&dels, quoted.buf);
} else {
int saved_errno = errno;
quote_path(path->buf, prefix, &quoted, 0);
errno = saved_errno;
warning_errno(_(msg_warn_remove_failed), quoted.buf);
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
*dir_gone = 0;
ret = 1;
}
continue;
}
/* path too long, stat fails, or non-directory still exists */
*dir_gone = 0;
ret = 1;
break;
}
closedir(dir);
strbuf_setlen(path, original_len);
if (*dir_gone) {
res = dry_run ? 0 : rmdir(path->buf);
if (!res)
*dir_gone = 1;
else {
int saved_errno = errno;
quote_path(path->buf, prefix, &quoted, 0);
errno = saved_errno;
warning_errno(_(msg_warn_remove_failed), quoted.buf);
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
*dir_gone = 0;
ret = 1;
}
}
if (!*dir_gone && !quiet) {
int i;
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
for (i = 0; i < dels.nr; i++)
printf(dry_run ? _(msg_would_remove) : _(msg_remove), dels.items[i].string);
}
out:
strbuf_release(&quoted);
git-clean: Display more accurate delete messages (1) Only print out the names of the files and directories that got actually deleted. Also do not mention that we are not removing directories when the user did not ask us to do so with '-d'. (2) Show ignore message for skipped untracked git repositories. Consider the following repo layout: test.git/ |-- tracked_dir/ | |-- some_tracked_file | |-- some_untracked_file |-- tracked_file |-- untracked_file |-- untracked_foo/ | |-- bar/ | | |-- bar.txt | |-- emptydir/ | |-- frotz.git/ | |-- frotz.tx |-- untracked_some.git/ |-- some.txt Suppose the user issues 'git clean -fd' from the test.git directory. When -d option is used and untracked directory 'foo' contains a subdirectory 'frotz.git' that is managed by a different git repository therefore it will not be removed. $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Removing untracked_foo/ Removing untracked_some.git/ The message displayed to the user is slightly misleading. The foo/ directory has not been removed because of foo/frotz.git still exists. On the other hand the subdirectories 'bar' and 'emptydir' have been deleted but they're not mentioned anywhere. Also, untracked_some.git has not been removed either. This behaviour is the result of the way the deletion of untracked directories are reported. In the current implementation they are deleted recursively but only the name of the top most directory is printed out. The calling function does not know about any subdirectories that could not be removed during the recursion. Improve the way the deleted directories are reported back to the user: (1) Create a recursive delete function 'remove_dirs' in builtin/clean.c to run in both dry_run and delete modes with the delete logic as follows: (a) Check if the current directory to be deleted is an untracked git repository. If it is and --force --force option is not set do not touch this directory, print ignore message, set dir_gone flag to false for the caller and return. (b) Otherwise for each item in current directory: (i) If current directory cannot be accessed, print warning, set dir_gone flag to false and return. (ii) If the item is a subdirectory recurse into it, check for the returned value of the dir_gone flag. If the subdirectory is gone, add the name of the deleted directory to a list of successfully removed items 'dels'. Else set the dir_gone flag as the current directory cannot be removed because we have at least one subdirectory hanging around. (iii) If it is a file try to remove it. If success add the file name to the 'dels' list, else print error and set dir_gone flag to false. (c) After we finished deleting all items in the current directory and the dir_gone flag is still true, remove the directory itself. If failed set the dir_gone flag to false. (d) If the current directory cannot be deleted because the dir_gone flag has been set to false, print out all the successfully deleted items for this directory from the 'dels' list. (e) We're done with the current directory, return. (2) Modify the cmd_clean() function to: (a) call the recursive delete function 'remove_dirs()' for each topmost directory it wants to remove (b) check for the returned value of dir_gone flag. If it's true print the name of the directory as being removed. Consider the output of the improved version: $ git clean -fd Removing tracked_dir/some_untracked_file Removing untracked_file Skipping repository untracked_foo/frotz.git Removing untracked_foo/bar Removing untracked_foo/emptydir Skipping repository untracked_some.git/ Now it displays only the file and directory names that got actually deleted and shows the name of the untracked git repositories it ignored. Reported-by: Soren Brinkmann <soren.brinkmann@xilinx.com> Signed-off-by: Zoltan Klinger <zoltan.klinger@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
string_list_clear(&dels, 0);
return ret;
}
static void pretty_print_dels(void)
{
struct string_list list = STRING_LIST_INIT_DUP;
struct string_list_item *item;
struct strbuf buf = STRBUF_INIT;
const char *qname;
struct column_options copts;
for_each_string_list_item(item, &del_list) {
qname = quote_path(item->string, NULL, &buf, 0);
string_list_append(&list, qname);
}
/*
* always enable column display, we only consult column.*
* about layout strategy and stuff
*/
colopts = (colopts & ~COL_ENABLE_MASK) | COL_ENABLED;
memset(&copts, 0, sizeof(copts));
copts.indent = " ";
copts.padding = 2;
print_columns(&list, colopts, &copts);
strbuf_release(&buf);
string_list_clear(&list, 0);
}
static void pretty_print_menus(struct string_list *menu_list)
{
unsigned int local_colopts = 0;
struct column_options copts;
local_colopts = COL_ENABLED | COL_ROW;
memset(&copts, 0, sizeof(copts));
copts.indent = " ";
copts.padding = 2;
print_columns(menu_list, local_colopts, &copts);
}
static void prompt_help_cmd(int singleton)
{
clean_print_color(CLEAN_COLOR_HELP);
printf(singleton ?
_("Prompt help:\n"
"1 - select a numbered item\n"
"foo - select item based on unique prefix\n"
" - (empty) select nothing\n") :
_("Prompt help:\n"
"1 - select a single item\n"
"3-5 - select a range of items\n"
"2-3,6-9 - select multiple ranges\n"
"foo - select item based on unique prefix\n"
"-... - unselect specified items\n"
"* - choose all items\n"
" - (empty) finish selecting\n"));
clean_print_color(CLEAN_COLOR_RESET);
}
/*
* display menu stuff with number prefix and hotkey highlight
*/
static void print_highlight_menu_stuff(struct menu_stuff *stuff, int **chosen)
{
struct string_list menu_list = STRING_LIST_INIT_DUP;
struct strbuf menu = STRBUF_INIT;
struct menu_item *menu_item;
struct string_list_item *string_list_item;
int i;
switch (stuff->type) {
default:
die("Bad type of menu_stuff when print menu");
case MENU_STUFF_TYPE_MENU_ITEM:
menu_item = (struct menu_item *)stuff->stuff;
for (i = 0; i < stuff->nr; i++, menu_item++) {
const char *p;
int highlighted = 0;
p = menu_item->title;
if ((*chosen)[i] < 0)
(*chosen)[i] = menu_item->selected ? 1 : 0;
strbuf_addf(&menu, "%s%2d: ", (*chosen)[i] ? "*" : " ", i+1);
for (; *p; p++) {
if (!highlighted && *p == menu_item->hotkey) {
strbuf_addstr(&menu, clean_get_color(CLEAN_COLOR_PROMPT));
strbuf_addch(&menu, *p);
strbuf_addstr(&menu, clean_get_color(CLEAN_COLOR_RESET));
highlighted = 1;
} else {
strbuf_addch(&menu, *p);
}
}
string_list_append(&menu_list, menu.buf);
strbuf_reset(&menu);
}
break;
case MENU_STUFF_TYPE_STRING_LIST:
i = 0;
for_each_string_list_item(string_list_item, (struct string_list *)stuff->stuff) {
if ((*chosen)[i] < 0)
(*chosen)[i] = 0;
strbuf_addf(&menu, "%s%2d: %s",
(*chosen)[i] ? "*" : " ", i+1, string_list_item->string);
string_list_append(&menu_list, menu.buf);
strbuf_reset(&menu);
i++;
}
break;
}
pretty_print_menus(&menu_list);
strbuf_release(&menu);
string_list_clear(&menu_list, 0);
}
static int find_unique(const char *choice, struct menu_stuff *menu_stuff)
{
struct menu_item *menu_item;
struct string_list_item *string_list_item;
int i, len, found = 0;
len = strlen(choice);
switch (menu_stuff->type) {
default:
die("Bad type of menu_stuff when parse choice");
case MENU_STUFF_TYPE_MENU_ITEM:
menu_item = (struct menu_item *)menu_stuff->stuff;
for (i = 0; i < menu_stuff->nr; i++, menu_item++) {
if (len == 1 && *choice == menu_item->hotkey) {
found = i + 1;
break;
}
if (!strncasecmp(choice, menu_item->title, len)) {
if (found) {
if (len == 1) {
/* continue for hotkey matching */
found = -1;
} else {
found = 0;
break;
}
} else {
found = i + 1;
}
}
}
break;
case MENU_STUFF_TYPE_STRING_LIST:
string_list_item = ((struct string_list *)menu_stuff->stuff)->items;
for (i = 0; i < menu_stuff->nr; i++, string_list_item++) {
if (!strncasecmp(choice, string_list_item->string, len)) {
if (found) {
found = 0;
break;
}
found = i + 1;
}
}
break;
}
return found;
}
/*
* Parse user input, and return choice(s) for menu (menu_stuff).
*
* Input
* (for single choice)
* 1 - select a numbered item
* foo - select item based on menu title
* - (empty) select nothing
*
* (for multiple choice)
* 1 - select a single item
* 3-5 - select a range of items
* 2-3,6-9 - select multiple ranges
* foo - select item based on menu title
* -... - unselect specified items
* * - choose all items
* - (empty) finish selecting
*
* The parse result will be saved in array **chosen, and
* return number of total selections.
*/
static int parse_choice(struct menu_stuff *menu_stuff,
int is_single,
struct strbuf input,
int **chosen)
{
struct strbuf **choice_list, **ptr;
int nr = 0;
int i;
if (is_single) {
choice_list = strbuf_split_max(&input, '\n', 0);
} else {
char *p = input.buf;
do {
if (*p == ',')
*p = ' ';
} while (*p++);
choice_list = strbuf_split_max(&input, ' ', 0);
}
for (ptr = choice_list; *ptr; ptr++) {
char *p;
int choose = 1;
int bottom = 0, top = 0;
int is_range, is_number;
strbuf_trim(*ptr);
if (!(*ptr)->len)
continue;
/* Input that begins with '-'; unchoose */
if (*(*ptr)->buf == '-') {
choose = 0;
strbuf_remove((*ptr), 0, 1);
}
is_range = 0;
is_number = 1;
for (p = (*ptr)->buf; *p; p++) {
if ('-' == *p) {
if (!is_range) {
is_range = 1;
is_number = 0;
} else {
is_number = 0;
is_range = 0;
break;
}
} else if (!isdigit(*p)) {
is_number = 0;
is_range = 0;
break;
}
}
if (is_number) {
bottom = atoi((*ptr)->buf);
top = bottom;
} else if (is_range) {
bottom = atoi((*ptr)->buf);
/* a range can be specified like 5-7 or 5- */
if (!*(strchr((*ptr)->buf, '-') + 1))
top = menu_stuff->nr;
else
top = atoi(strchr((*ptr)->buf, '-') + 1);
} else if (!strcmp((*ptr)->buf, "*")) {
bottom = 1;
top = menu_stuff->nr;
} else {
bottom = find_unique((*ptr)->buf, menu_stuff);
top = bottom;
}
if (top <= 0 || bottom <= 0 || top > menu_stuff->nr || bottom > top ||
(is_single && bottom != top)) {
clean_print_color(CLEAN_COLOR_ERROR);
printf(_("Huh (%s)?\n"), (*ptr)->buf);
clean_print_color(CLEAN_COLOR_RESET);
continue;
}
for (i = bottom; i <= top; i++)
(*chosen)[i-1] = choose;
}
strbuf_list_free(choice_list);
for (i = 0; i < menu_stuff->nr; i++)
nr += (*chosen)[i];
return nr;
}
/*
* Implement a git-add-interactive compatible UI, which is borrowed
* from git-add--interactive.perl.
*
* Return value:
*
* - Return an array of integers
* - , and it is up to you to free the allocated memory.
* - The array ends with EOF.
* - If user pressed CTRL-D (i.e. EOF), no selection returned.
*/
static int *list_and_choose(struct menu_opts *opts, struct menu_stuff *stuff)
{
struct strbuf choice = STRBUF_INIT;
int *chosen, *result;
int nr = 0;
int eof = 0;
int i;
ALLOC_ARRAY(chosen, stuff->nr);
/* set chosen as uninitialized */
for (i = 0; i < stuff->nr; i++)
chosen[i] = -1;
for (;;) {
if (opts->header) {
printf_ln("%s%s%s",
clean_get_color(CLEAN_COLOR_HEADER),
_(opts->header),
clean_get_color(CLEAN_COLOR_RESET));
}
/* chosen will be initialized by print_highlight_menu_stuff */
print_highlight_menu_stuff(stuff, &chosen);
if (opts->flags & MENU_OPTS_LIST_ONLY)
break;
if (opts->prompt) {
printf("%s%s%s%s",
clean_get_color(CLEAN_COLOR_PROMPT),
_(opts->prompt),
opts->flags & MENU_OPTS_SINGLETON ? "> " : ">> ",
clean_get_color(CLEAN_COLOR_RESET));
}
if (git_read_line_interactively(&choice) == EOF) {
eof = 1;
break;
}
/* help for prompt */
if (!strcmp(choice.buf, "?")) {
prompt_help_cmd(opts->flags & MENU_OPTS_SINGLETON);
continue;
}
/* for a multiple-choice menu, press ENTER (empty) will return back */