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git/git-mergetool--lib.sh

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remove #!interpreter line from shell libraries In a shell snippet meant to be sourced by other shell scripts, an opening #! line does more harm than good. The harm: - When the shell library is sourced, the interpreter and options from the #! line are not used. Specifying a particular shell can confuse the reader into thinking it is safe for the shell library to rely on idiosyncrasies of that shell. - Using #! instead of a plain comment drops a helpful visual clue that this is a shell library and not a self-contained script. - Tools such as lintian can use a #! line to tell when an installation script has failed by forgetting to set a script executable. This check does not work if shell libraries also start with a #! line. The good: - Text editors notice the #! line and use it for syntax highlighting if you try to edit the installed scripts (without ".sh" suffix) in place. The use of the #! for file type detection is not needed because Git's shell libraries are meant to be edited in source form (with ".sh" suffix). Replace the opening #! lines with comments. This involves tweaking the test harness's valgrind support to find shell libraries by looking for "# " in the first line instead of "#!" (see v1.7.6-rc3~7, 2011-06-17). Suggested by Russ Allbery through lintian. Thanks to Jeff King and Clemens Buchacher for further analysis. Tested by searching for non-executable scripts with #! line: find . -name .git -prune -o -type f -not -executable | while read file do read line <"$file" case $line in '#!'*) echo "$file" ;; esac done The only remaining scripts found are templates for shell scripts (unimplemented.sh, wrap-for-bin.sh) and sample input used in tests (t/t4034/perl/{pre,post}). Signed-off-by: Jonathan Nieder <jrnieder@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
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# git-mergetool--lib is a shell library for common merge tool functions
: ${MERGE_TOOLS_DIR=$(git --exec-path)/mergetools}
IFS='
'
mode_ok () {
if diff_mode
then
can_diff
elif merge_mode
then
can_merge
else
false
fi
}
is_available () {
merge_tool_path=$(translate_merge_tool_path "$1") &&
type "$merge_tool_path" >/dev/null 2>&1
}
list_config_tools () {
section=$1
line_prefix=${2:-}
git config --get-regexp $section'\..*\.cmd' |
while read -r key value
do
toolname=${key#$section.}
toolname=${toolname%.cmd}
printf "%s%s\n" "$line_prefix" "$toolname"
done
}
show_tool_names () {
condition=${1:-true} per_line_prefix=${2:-} preamble=${3:-}
not_found_msg=${4:-}
extra_content=${5:-}
shown_any=
( cd "$MERGE_TOOLS_DIR" && ls ) | {
while read scriptname
do
setup_tool "$scriptname" 2>/dev/null
variants="$variants$(list_tool_variants)\n"
done
variants="$(echo "$variants" | sort | uniq)"
for toolname in $variants
do
if setup_tool "$toolname" 2>/dev/null &&
(eval "$condition" "$toolname")
then
if test -n "$preamble"
then
printf "%s\n" "$preamble"
preamble=
fi
shown_any=yes
printf "%s%s\n" "$per_line_prefix" "$toolname"
fi
done
if test -n "$extra_content"
then
if test -n "$preamble"
then
# Note: no '\n' here since we don't want a
# blank line if there is no initial content.
printf "%s" "$preamble"
preamble=
fi
shown_any=yes
printf "\n%s\n" "$extra_content"
fi
if test -n "$preamble" && test -n "$not_found_msg"
then
printf "%s\n" "$not_found_msg"
fi
test -n "$shown_any"
}
}
diff_mode () {
test "$TOOL_MODE" = diff
}
merge_mode () {
test "$TOOL_MODE" = merge
}
gui_mode () {
test "$GIT_MERGETOOL_GUI" = true
}
translate_merge_tool_path () {
echo "$1"
}
check_unchanged () {
if test "$MERGED" -nt "$BACKUP"
then
return 0
else
while true
do
echo "$MERGED seems unchanged."
printf "Was the merge successful [y/n]? "
read answer || return 1
case "$answer" in
y*|Y*) return 0 ;;
n*|N*) return 1 ;;
esac
done
fi
}
valid_tool () {
setup_tool "$1" && return 0
cmd=$(get_merge_tool_cmd "$1")
test -n "$cmd"
}
setup_user_tool () {
merge_tool_cmd=$(get_merge_tool_cmd "$tool")
test -n "$merge_tool_cmd" || return 1
diff_cmd () {
( eval $merge_tool_cmd )
}
merge_cmd () {
( eval $merge_tool_cmd )
}
list_tool_variants () {
echo "$tool"
}
}
setup_tool () {
tool="$1"
# Fallback definitions, to be overridden by tools.
can_merge () {
return 0
}
can_diff () {
return 0
}
diff_cmd () {
return 1
}
merge_cmd () {
return 1
}
translate_merge_tool_path () {
echo "$1"
}
list_tool_variants () {
echo "$tool"
}
# Most tools' exit codes cannot be trusted, so By default we ignore
# their exit code and check the merged file's modification time in
# check_unchanged() to determine whether or not the merge was
# successful. The return value from run_merge_cmd, by default, is
# determined by check_unchanged().
#
# When a tool's exit code can be trusted then the return value from
# run_merge_cmd is simply the tool's exit code, and check_unchanged()
# is not called.
#
# The return value of exit_code_trustable() tells us whether or not we
# can trust the tool's exit code.
#
# User-defined and built-in tools default to false.
# Built-in tools advertise that their exit code is trustable by
# redefining exit_code_trustable() to true.
exit_code_trustable () {
false
}
if test -f "$MERGE_TOOLS_DIR/$tool"
then
. "$MERGE_TOOLS_DIR/$tool"
elif test -f "$MERGE_TOOLS_DIR/${tool%[0-9]}"
then
. "$MERGE_TOOLS_DIR/${tool%[0-9]}"
else
setup_user_tool
return $?
fi
# Now let the user override the default command for the tool. If
# they have not done so then this will return 1 which we ignore.
setup_user_tool
if ! list_tool_variants | grep -q "^$tool$"
then
return 1
fi
if merge_mode && ! can_merge
then
echo "error: '$tool' can not be used to resolve merges" >&2
return 1
elif diff_mode && ! can_diff
then
echo "error: '$tool' can only be used to resolve merges" >&2
return 1
fi
return 0
}
get_merge_tool_cmd () {
merge_tool="$1"
if diff_mode
then
git config "difftool.$merge_tool.cmd" ||
git config "mergetool.$merge_tool.cmd"
else
git config "mergetool.$merge_tool.cmd"
fi
}
trust_exit_code () {
if git config --bool "mergetool.$1.trustExitCode"
then
:; # OK
elif exit_code_trustable
then
echo true
else
echo false
fi
}
initialize_merge_tool () {
# Bring tool-specific functions into scope
setup_tool "$1" || return 1
}
# Entry point for running tools
run_merge_tool () {
# If GIT_PREFIX is empty then we cannot use it in tools
# that expect to be able to chdir() to its value.
GIT_PREFIX=${GIT_PREFIX:-.}
export GIT_PREFIX
merge_tool_path=$(get_merge_tool_path "$1") || exit
base_present="$2"
if merge_mode
then
run_merge_cmd "$1"
else
run_diff_cmd "$1"
fi
}
# Run a either a configured or built-in diff tool
run_diff_cmd () {
diff_cmd "$1"
}
# Run a either a configured or built-in merge tool
run_merge_cmd () {
mergetool_trust_exit_code=$(trust_exit_code "$1")
if test "$mergetool_trust_exit_code" = "true"
then
merge_cmd "$1"
else
touch "$BACKUP"
merge_cmd "$1"
check_unchanged
fi
}
list_merge_tool_candidates () {
if merge_mode
then
tools="tortoisemerge"
else
tools="kompare"
fi
if test -n "$DISPLAY"
then
if test -n "$GNOME_DESKTOP_SESSION_ID"
then
tools="meld opendiff kdiff3 tkdiff xxdiff $tools"
else
tools="opendiff kdiff3 tkdiff xxdiff meld $tools"
fi
tools="$tools gvimdiff diffuse diffmerge ecmerge"
tools="$tools p4merge araxis bc codecompare"
tools="$tools smerge"
fi
case "${VISUAL:-$EDITOR}" in
*nvim*)
tools="$tools nvimdiff vimdiff emerge"
;;
*vim*)
tools="$tools vimdiff nvimdiff emerge"
;;
*)
tools="$tools emerge vimdiff nvimdiff"
;;
esac
}
show_tool_help () {
tool_opt="'git ${TOOL_MODE}tool --tool=<tool>'"
tab=' '
LF='
'
any_shown=no
cmd_name=${TOOL_MODE}tool
config_tools=$({
diff_mode && list_config_tools difftool "$tab$tab"
list_config_tools mergetool "$tab$tab"
} | sort)
extra_content=
if test -n "$config_tools"
then
extra_content="${tab}user-defined:${LF}$config_tools"
fi
show_tool_names 'mode_ok && is_available' "$tab$tab" \
"$tool_opt may be set to one of the following:" \
"No suitable tool for 'git $cmd_name --tool=<tool>' found." \
"$extra_content" &&
any_shown=yes
show_tool_names 'mode_ok && ! is_available' "$tab$tab" \
"${LF}The following tools are valid, but not currently available:" &&
any_shown=yes
if test "$any_shown" = yes
then
echo
echo "Some of the tools listed above only work in a windowed"
echo "environment. If run in a terminal-only session, they will fail."
fi
exit 0
}
guess_merge_tool () {
list_merge_tool_candidates
cat >&2 <<-EOF
This message is displayed because '$TOOL_MODE.tool' is not configured.
See 'git ${TOOL_MODE}tool --tool-help' or 'git help config' for more details.
'git ${TOOL_MODE}tool' will now attempt to use one of the following tools:
$tools
EOF
# Loop over each candidate and stop when a valid merge tool is found.
IFS=' '
for tool in $tools
do
is_available "$tool" && echo "$tool" && return 0
done
echo >&2 "No known ${TOOL_MODE} tool is available."
return 1
}
get_configured_merge_tool () {
keys=
if diff_mode
then
if gui_mode
then
keys="diff.guitool merge.guitool diff.tool merge.tool"
else
keys="diff.tool merge.tool"
fi
else
if gui_mode
then
keys="merge.guitool merge.tool"
else
keys="merge.tool"
fi
fi
merge_tool=$(
IFS=' '
for key in $keys
do
selected=$(git config $key)
if test -n "$selected"
then
echo "$selected"
return
fi
done)
if test -n "$merge_tool" && ! valid_tool "$merge_tool"
then
echo >&2 "git config option $TOOL_MODE.${gui_prefix}tool set to unknown tool: $merge_tool"
echo >&2 "Resetting to default..."
return 1
fi
echo "$merge_tool"
}
get_merge_tool_path () {
# A merge tool has been set, so verify that it's valid.
merge_tool="$1"
if ! valid_tool "$merge_tool"
then
echo >&2 "Unknown merge tool $merge_tool"
exit 1
fi
if diff_mode
then
merge_tool_path=$(git config difftool."$merge_tool".path ||
git config mergetool."$merge_tool".path)
else
merge_tool_path=$(git config mergetool."$merge_tool".path)
fi
if test -z "$merge_tool_path"
then
merge_tool_path=$(translate_merge_tool_path "$merge_tool")
fi
if test -z "$(get_merge_tool_cmd "$merge_tool")" &&
! type "$merge_tool_path" >/dev/null 2>&1
then
echo >&2 "The $TOOL_MODE tool $merge_tool is not available as"\
"'$merge_tool_path'"
exit 1
fi
echo "$merge_tool_path"
}
get_merge_tool () {
is_guessed=false
# Check if a merge tool has been configured
merge_tool=$(get_configured_merge_tool)
# Try to guess an appropriate merge tool if no tool has been set.
if test -z "$merge_tool"
then
merge_tool=$(guess_merge_tool) || exit
is_guessed=true
fi
echo "$merge_tool"
test "$is_guessed" = false
}
mergetool_find_win32_cmd () {
executable=$1
sub_directory=$2
# Use $executable if it exists in $PATH
if type -p "$executable" >/dev/null 2>&1
then
printf '%s' "$executable"
return
fi
# Look for executable in the typical locations
for directory in $(env | grep -Ei '^PROGRAM(FILES(\(X86\))?|W6432)=' |
cut -d '=' -f 2- | sort -u)
do
if test -n "$directory" && test -x "$directory/$sub_directory/$executable"
then
printf '%s' "$directory/$sub_directory/$executable"
return
fi
done
printf '%s' "$executable"
}