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git/builtin/mktag.c

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Fix sparse warnings Fix warnings from 'make check'. - These files don't include 'builtin.h' causing sparse to complain that cmd_* isn't declared: builtin/clone.c:364, builtin/fetch-pack.c:797, builtin/fmt-merge-msg.c:34, builtin/hash-object.c:78, builtin/merge-index.c:69, builtin/merge-recursive.c:22 builtin/merge-tree.c:341, builtin/mktag.c:156, builtin/notes.c:426 builtin/notes.c:822, builtin/pack-redundant.c:596, builtin/pack-refs.c:10, builtin/patch-id.c:60, builtin/patch-id.c:149, builtin/remote.c:1512, builtin/remote-ext.c:240, builtin/remote-fd.c:53, builtin/reset.c:236, builtin/send-pack.c:384, builtin/unpack-file.c:25, builtin/var.c:75 - These files have symbols which should be marked static since they're only file scope: submodule.c:12, diff.c:631, replace_object.c:92, submodule.c:13, submodule.c:14, trace.c:78, transport.c:195, transport-helper.c:79, unpack-trees.c:19, url.c:3, url.c:18, url.c:104, url.c:117, url.c:123, url.c:129, url.c:136, thread-utils.c:21, thread-utils.c:48 - These files redeclare symbols to be different types: builtin/index-pack.c:210, parse-options.c:564, parse-options.c:571, usage.c:49, usage.c:58, usage.c:63, usage.c:72 - These files use a literal integer 0 when they really should use a NULL pointer: daemon.c:663, fast-import.c:2942, imap-send.c:1072, notes-merge.c:362 While we're in the area, clean up some unused #includes in builtin files (mostly exec_cmd.h). Signed-off-by: Stephen Boyd <bebarino@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
12 years ago
#include "builtin.h"
#include "parse-options.h"
#include "tag.h"
#include "replace-object.h"
#include "object-store.h"
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
#include "fsck.h"
#include "config.h"
static char const * const builtin_mktag_usage[] = {
N_("git mktag"),
NULL
};
static int option_strict = 1;
static struct fsck_options fsck_options = FSCK_OPTIONS_STRICT;
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
static int mktag_fsck_error_func(struct fsck_options *o,
const struct object_id *oid,
enum object_type object_type,
enum fsck_msg_type msg_type,
enum fsck_msg_id msg_id,
const char *message)
{
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
switch (msg_type) {
case FSCK_WARN:
if (!option_strict) {
fprintf_ln(stderr, _("warning: tag input does not pass fsck: %s"), message);
return 0;
}
/* fallthrough */
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
case FSCK_ERROR:
/*
* We treat both warnings and errors as errors, things
* like missing "tagger" lines are "only" warnings
* under fsck, we've always considered them an error.
*/
fprintf_ln(stderr, _("error: tag input does not pass fsck: %s"), message);
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
return 1;
default:
BUG(_("%d (FSCK_IGNORE?) should never trigger this callback"),
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
msg_type);
}
}
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
static int verify_object_in_tag(struct object_id *tagged_oid, int *tagged_type)
{
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
int ret;
enum object_type type;
unsigned long size;
void *buffer;
const struct object_id *repl;
buffer = read_object_file(tagged_oid, &type, &size);
if (!buffer)
die(_("could not read tagged object '%s'"),
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
oid_to_hex(tagged_oid));
if (type != *tagged_type)
die(_("object '%s' tagged as '%s', but is a '%s' type"),
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
oid_to_hex(tagged_oid),
type_name(*tagged_type), type_name(type));
repl = lookup_replace_object(the_repository, tagged_oid);
ret = check_object_signature(the_repository, repl,
fsck: report invalid object type-path combinations Improve the error that's emitted in cases where we find a loose object we parse, but which isn't at the location we expect it to be. Before this change we'd prefix the error with a not-a-OID derived from the path at which the object was found, due to an emergent behavior in how we'd end up with an "OID" in these codepaths. Now we'll instead say what object we hashed, and what path it was found at. Before this patch series e.g.: $ git hash-object --stdin -w -t blob </dev/null e69de29bb2d1d6434b8b29ae775ad8c2e48c5391 $ mv objects/e6/ objects/e7 Would emit ("[...]" used to abbreviate the OIDs): git fsck error: hash mismatch for ./objects/e7/9d[...] (expected e79d[...]) error: e79d[...]: object corrupt or missing: ./objects/e7/9d[...] Now we'll instead emit: error: e69d[...]: hash-path mismatch, found at: ./objects/e7/9d[...] Furthermore, we'll do the right thing when the object type and its location are bad. I.e. this case: $ git hash-object --stdin -w -t garbage --literally </dev/null 8315a83d2acc4c174aed59430f9a9c4ed926440f $ mv objects/83 objects/84 As noted in an earlier commits we'd simply die early in those cases, until preceding commits fixed the hard die on invalid object type: $ git fsck fatal: invalid object type Now we'll instead emit sensible error messages: $ git fsck error: 8315[...]: hash-path mismatch, found at: ./objects/84/15[...] error: 8315[...]: object is of unknown type 'garbage': ./objects/84/15[...] In both fsck.c and object-file.c we're using null_oid as a sentinel value for checking whether we got far enough to be certain that the issue was indeed this OID mismatch. We need to add the "object corrupt or missing" special-case to deal with cases where read_loose_object() will return an error before completing check_object_signature(), e.g. if we have an error in unpack_loose_rest() because we find garbage after the valid gzip content: $ git hash-object --stdin -w -t blob </dev/null e69de29bb2d1d6434b8b29ae775ad8c2e48c5391 $ chmod 755 objects/e6/9de29bb2d1d6434b8b29ae775ad8c2e48c5391 $ echo garbage >>objects/e6/9de29bb2d1d6434b8b29ae775ad8c2e48c5391 $ git fsck error: garbage at end of loose object 'e69d[...]' error: unable to unpack contents of ./objects/e6/9d[...] error: e69d[...]: object corrupt or missing: ./objects/e6/9d[...] There is currently some weird messaging in the edge case when the two are combined, i.e. because we're not explicitly passing along an error state about this specific scenario from check_stream_oid() via read_loose_object() we'll end up printing the null OID if an object is of an unknown type *and* it can't be unpacked by zlib, e.g.: $ git hash-object --stdin -w -t garbage --literally </dev/null 8315a83d2acc4c174aed59430f9a9c4ed926440f $ chmod 755 objects/83/15a83d2acc4c174aed59430f9a9c4ed926440f $ echo garbage >>objects/83/15a83d2acc4c174aed59430f9a9c4ed926440f $ /usr/bin/git fsck fatal: invalid object type $ ~/g/git/git fsck error: garbage at end of loose object '8315a83d2acc4c174aed59430f9a9c4ed926440f' error: unable to unpack contents of ./objects/83/15a83d2acc4c174aed59430f9a9c4ed926440f error: 8315a83d2acc4c174aed59430f9a9c4ed926440f: object corrupt or missing: ./objects/83/15a83d2acc4c174aed59430f9a9c4ed926440f error: 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000: object is of unknown type 'garbage': ./objects/83/15a83d2acc4c174aed59430f9a9c4ed926440f [...] I think it's OK to leave that for future improvements, which would involve enum-ifying more error state as we've done with "enum unpack_loose_header_result" in preceding commits. In these increasingly more obscure cases the worst that can happen is that we'll get slightly nonsensical or inapplicable error messages. There's other such potential edge cases, all of which might produce some confusing messaging, but still be handled correctly as far as passing along errors goes. E.g. if check_object_signature() returns and oideq(real_oid, null_oid()) is true, which could happen if it returns -1 due to the read_istream() call having failed. Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
1 year ago
buffer, size, type_name(*tagged_type),
NULL);
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
free(buffer);
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
return ret;
}
int cmd_mktag(int argc, const char **argv, const char *prefix)
{
static struct option builtin_mktag_options[] = {
OPT_BOOL(0, "strict", &option_strict,
N_("enable more strict checking")),
OPT_END(),
};
struct strbuf buf = STRBUF_INIT;
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
struct object_id tagged_oid;
int tagged_type;
struct object_id result;
argc = parse_options(argc, argv, NULL,
builtin_mktag_options,
builtin_mktag_usage, 0);
if (strbuf_read(&buf, 0, 0) < 0)
die_errno(_("could not read from stdin"));
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
fsck_options.error_func = mktag_fsck_error_func;
fsck_set_msg_type_from_ids(&fsck_options, FSCK_MSG_EXTRA_HEADER_ENTRY,
FSCK_WARN);
/* config might set fsck.extraHeaderEntry=* again */
git_config(git_fsck_config, &fsck_options);
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
if (fsck_tag_standalone(NULL, buf.buf, buf.len, &fsck_options,
&tagged_oid, &tagged_type))
die(_("tag on stdin did not pass our strict fsck check"));
mktag: use fsck instead of custom verify_tag() Change the validation logic in "mktag" to use fsck's fsck_tag() instead of its own custom parser. Curiously the logic for both dates back to the same commit[1]. Let's unify them so we're not maintaining two sets functions to verify that a tag is OK. The behavior of fsck_tag() and the old "mktag" code being removed here is different in few aspects. I think it makes sense to remove some of those checks, namely: A. fsck only cares that the timezone matches [-+][0-9]{4}. The mktag code disallowed values larger than 1400. Yes there's currently no timezone with a greater offset[2], but since we allow any number of non-offical timezones (e.g. +1234) passing this through seems fine. Git also won't break in the future if e.g. French Polynesia decides it needs to outdo the Line Islands when it comes to timezone extravagance. B. fsck allows missing author names such as "tagger <email>", mktag wouldn't, but would allow e.g. "tagger [2 spaces] <email>" (but not "tagger [1 space] <email>"). Now we allow all of these. C. Like B, but "mktag" disallowed spaces in the <email> part, fsck allows it. In some ways fsck_tag() is stricter than "mktag" was, namely: D. fsck disallows zero-padded dates, but mktag didn't care. So e.g. the timestamp "0000000000 +0000" produces an error now. A test in "t1006-cat-file.sh" relied on this, it's been changed to use "hash-object" (without fsck) instead. There was one check I deemed worth keeping by porting it over to fsck_tag(): E. "mktag" did not allow any custom headers, and by extension (as an empty commit is allowed) also forbade an extra stray trailing newline after the headers it knew about. Add a new check in the "ignore" category to fsck and use it. This somewhat abuses the facility added in efaba7cc77f (fsck: optionally ignore specific fsck issues completely, 2015-06-22). This is somewhat of hack, but probably the least invasive change we can make here. The fsck command will shuffle these categories around, e.g. under --strict the "info" becomes a "warn" and "warn" becomes "error". Existing users of fsck's (and others, e.g. index-pack) --strict option rely on this. So we need to put something into a category that'll be ignored by all existing users of the API. Pretending that fsck.extraHeaderEntry=error ("ignore" by default) was set serves to do this for us. 1. ec4465adb38 (Add "tag" objects that can be used to sign other objects., 2005-04-25) 2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_UTC_time_offsets Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
2 years ago
if (verify_object_in_tag(&tagged_oid, &tagged_type))
die(_("tag on stdin did not refer to a valid object"));
if (write_object_file(buf.buf, buf.len, OBJ_TAG, &result) < 0)
die(_("unable to write tag file"));
strbuf_release(&buf);
puts(oid_to_hex(&result));
return 0;
}