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# This script can be run in two different contexts:
#
# - From git, when the user invokes the "vimdiff" merge tool. In this context
# this script expects the following environment variables (among others) to
# be defined (which is something "git" takes care of):
#
# - $BASE
# - $LOCAL
# - $REMOTE
# - $MERGED
#
# In this mode, all this script does is to run the next command:
#
# vim -f -c ... $LOCAL $BASE $REMOTE $MERGED
#
# ...where the "..." string depends on the value of the
# "mergetool.vimdiff.layout" configuration variable and is used to open vim
# with a certain layout of buffers, windows and tabs.
#
# - From a script inside the unit tests framework folder ("t" folder) by
# sourcing this script and then manually calling "run_unit_tests", which
# will run a battery of unit tests to make sure nothing breaks.
# In this context this script does not expect any particular environment
# variable to be set.
################################################################################
## Internal functions (not meant to be used outside this script)
################################################################################
debug_print () {
# Send message to stderr if global variable GIT_MERGETOOL_VIMDIFF is set
# to "true"
if test -n "$GIT_MERGETOOL_VIMDIFF_DEBUG"
then
>&2 echo "$@"
fi
}
substring () {
# Return a substring of $1 containing $3 characters starting at
# zero-based offset $2.
#
# Examples:
#
# substring "Hello world" 0 4 --> "Hell"
# substring "Hello world" 3 4 --> "lo w"
# substring "Hello world" 3 10 --> "lo world"
STRING=$1
START=$2
LEN=$3
echo "$STRING" | cut -c$(( START + 1 ))-$(( START + $LEN ))
}
gen_cmd_aux () {
# Auxiliary function used from "gen_cmd()".
# Read that other function documentation for more details.
LAYOUT=$1
CMD=$2 # This is a second (hidden) argument used for recursion
debug_print
debug_print "LAYOUT : $LAYOUT"
debug_print "CMD : $CMD"
if test -z "$CMD"
then
CMD="echo" # vim "nop" operator
fi
start=0
end=${#LAYOUT}
nested=0
nested_min=100
# Step 1:
#
# Increase/decrease "start"/"end" indices respectively to get rid of
# outer parenthesis.
#
# Example:
#
# - BEFORE: (( LOCAL , BASE ) / MERGED )
# - AFTER : ( LOCAL , BASE ) / MERGED
oldIFS=$IFS
IFS=#
for c in $(echo "$LAYOUT" | sed 's:.:&#:g')
do
if test "$c" = " "
then
continue
fi
if test "$c" = "("
then
nested=$(( nested + 1 ))
continue
fi
if test "$c" = ")"
then
nested=$(( nested - 1 ))
continue
fi
if test "$nested" -lt "$nested_min"
then
nested_min=$nested
fi
done
IFS=$oldIFS
debug_print "NESTED MIN: $nested_min"
while test "$nested_min" -gt "0"
do
start=$(( start + 1 ))
end=$(( end - 1 ))
start_minus_one=$(( start - 1 ))
while ! test "$(substring "$LAYOUT" "$start_minus_one" 1)" = "("
do
start=$(( start + 1 ))
start_minus_one=$(( start_minus_one + 1 ))
done
while ! test "$(substring "$LAYOUT" "$end" 1)" = ")"
do
end=$(( end - 1 ))
done
nested_min=$(( nested_min - 1 ))
done
debug_print "CLEAN : $(substring "$LAYOUT" "$start" "$(( end - start ))")"
# Step 2:
#
# Search for all valid separators ("+", "/" or ",") which are *not*
# inside parenthesis. Save the index at which each of them makes the
# first appearance.
index_new_tab=""
index_horizontal_split=""
index_vertical_split=""
nested=0
i=$(( start - 1 ))
oldIFS=$IFS
IFS=#
for c in $(substring "$LAYOUT" "$start" "$(( end - start ))" | sed 's:.:&#:g');
do
i=$(( i + 1 ))
if test "$c" = " "
then
continue
fi
if test "$c" = "("
then
nested=$(( nested + 1 ))
continue
fi
if test "$c" = ")"
then
nested=$(( nested - 1 ))
continue
fi
if test "$nested" = 0
then
current=$c
if test "$current" = "+"
then
if test -z "$index_new_tab"
then
index_new_tab=$i
fi
elif test "$current" = "/"
then
if test -z "$index_horizontal_split"
then
index_horizontal_split=$i
fi
elif test "$current" = ","
then
if test -z "$index_vertical_split"
then
index_vertical_split=$i
fi
fi
fi
done
IFS=$oldIFS
# Step 3:
#
# Process the separator with the highest order of precedence
# (";" has the highest precedence and "|" the lowest one).
#
# By "process" I mean recursively call this function twice: the first
# one with the substring at the left of the separator and the second one
# with the one at its right.
terminate="false"
if ! test -z "$index_new_tab"
then
before="-tabnew"
after="tabnext"
index=$index_new_tab
terminate="true"
elif ! test -z "$index_horizontal_split"
then
before="split"
after="wincmd j"
index=$index_horizontal_split
terminate="true"
elif ! test -z "$index_vertical_split"
then
before="vertical split"
after="wincmd l"
index=$index_vertical_split
terminate="true"
fi
if test "$terminate" = "true"
then
CMD="$CMD | $before"
CMD=$(gen_cmd_aux "$(substring "$LAYOUT" "$start" "$(( index - start ))")" "$CMD")
CMD="$CMD | $after"
CMD=$(gen_cmd_aux "$(substring "$LAYOUT" "$(( index + 1 ))" "$(( ${#LAYOUT} - index ))")" "$CMD")
echo "$CMD"
return
fi
# Step 4:
#
# If we reach this point, it means there are no separators and we just
# need to print the command to display the specified buffer
target=$(substring "$LAYOUT" "$start" "$(( end - start ))" | sed 's:[ @();|-]::g')
if test "$target" = "LOCAL"
then
CMD="$CMD | 1b"
elif test "$target" = "BASE"
then
CMD="$CMD | 2b"
elif test "$target" = "REMOTE"
then
CMD="$CMD | 3b"
elif test "$target" = "MERGED"
then
CMD="$CMD | 4b"
else
CMD="$CMD | ERROR: >$target<"
fi
echo "$CMD"
return
}
gen_cmd () {
# This function returns (in global variable FINAL_CMD) the string that
# you can use when invoking "vim" (as shown next) to obtain a given
# layout:
#
# $ vim -f $FINAL_CMD "$LOCAL" "$BASE" "$REMOTE" "$MERGED"
#
# It takes one single argument: a string containing the desired layout
# definition.
#
# The syntax of the "layout definitions" is explained in "Documentation/
# mergetools/vimdiff.txt" but you can already intuitively understand how
# it works by knowing that...
#
# * "+" means "a new vim tab"
# * "/" means "a new vim horizontal split"
# * "," means "a new vim vertical split"
#
# It also returns (in global variable FINAL_TARGET) the name ("LOCAL",
# "BASE", "REMOTE" or "MERGED") of the file that is marked with an "@",
# or "MERGED" if none of them is.
#
# Example:
#
# gen_cmd "@LOCAL , REMOTE"
# |
# `-> FINAL_CMD == "-c \"echo | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | 3b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
# FINAL_TARGET == "LOCAL"
LAYOUT=$1
# Search for a "@" in one of the files identifiers ("LOCAL", "BASE",
# "REMOTE", "MERGED"). If not found, use "MERGE" as the default file
# where changes will be saved.
if echo "$LAYOUT" | grep @LOCAL >/dev/null
then
FINAL_TARGET="LOCAL"
elif echo "$LAYOUT" | grep @BASE >/dev/null
then
FINAL_TARGET="BASE"
else
FINAL_TARGET="MERGED"
fi
# Obtain the first part of vim "-c" option to obtain the desired layout
CMD=$(gen_cmd_aux "$LAYOUT")
# Adjust the just obtained script depending on whether more than one
# windows are visible or not
if echo "$LAYOUT" | grep ",\|/" >/dev/null
then
CMD="$CMD | tabdo windo diffthis"
else
CMD="$CMD | bufdo diffthis"
fi
# Add an extra "-c" option to move to the first tab (notice that we
# can't simply append the command to the previous "-c" string as
# explained here: https://github.com/vim/vim/issues/9076
FINAL_CMD="-c \"$CMD\" -c \"tabfirst\""
}
################################################################################
## API functions (called from "git-mergetool--lib.sh")
################################################################################
diff_cmd () {
"$merge_tool_path" -R -f -d \
-c 'wincmd l' -c 'cd $GIT_PREFIX' "$LOCAL" "$REMOTE"
}
diff_cmd_help () {
TOOL=$1
case "$TOOL" in
nvimdiff*)
printf "Use Neovim"
;;
gvimdiff*)
printf "Use gVim (requires a graphical session)"
;;
vimdiff*)
printf "Use Vim"
;;
esac
return 0
}
merge_cmd () {
layout=$(git config mergetool.vimdiff.layout)
case "$1" in
*vimdiff)
if test -z "$layout"
then
# Default layout when none is specified
layout="(LOCAL,BASE,REMOTE)/MERGED"
fi
;;
*vimdiff1)
layout="@LOCAL,REMOTE"
;;
*vimdiff2)
layout="LOCAL,MERGED,REMOTE"
;;
*vimdiff3)
layout="MERGED"
;;
esac
gen_cmd "$layout"
debug_print ""
debug_print "FINAL CMD : $FINAL_CMD"
debug_print "FINAL TAR : $FINAL_TARGET"
if $base_present
then
eval "$merge_tool_path" \
-f "$FINAL_CMD" "$LOCAL" "$BASE" "$REMOTE" "$MERGED"
else
# If there is no BASE (example: a merge conflict in a new file
# with the same name created in both braches which didn't exist
# before), close all BASE windows using vim's "quit" command
FINAL_CMD=$(echo "$FINAL_CMD" | \
sed -e 's:2b:quit:g' -e 's:3b:2b:g' -e 's:4b:3b:g')
eval "$merge_tool_path" \
-f "$FINAL_CMD" "$LOCAL" "$REMOTE" "$MERGED"
fi
ret="$?"
if test "$ret" -eq 0
then
case "$FINAL_TARGET" in
LOCAL)
source_path="$LOCAL"
;;
REMOTE)
source_path="$REMOTE"
;;
MERGED|*)
# Do nothing
source_path=
;;
esac
if test -n "$source_path"
then
cp "$source_path" "$MERGED"
fi
fi
return "$ret"
}
merge_cmd_help () {
TOOL=$1
case "$TOOL" in
nvimdiff*)
printf "Use Neovim "
;;
gvimdiff*)
printf "Use gVim (requires a graphical session) "
;;
vimdiff*)
printf "Use Vim "
;;
esac
case "$TOOL" in
*1)
echo "with a 2 panes layout (LOCAL and REMOTE)"
;;
*2)
echo "with a 3 panes layout (LOCAL, MERGED and REMOTE)"
;;
*3)
echo "where only the MERGED file is shown"
;;
*)
echo "with a custom layout (see \`git help mergetool\`'s \`BACKEND SPECIFIC HINTS\` section)"
;;
esac
return 0
}
translate_merge_tool_path () {
case "$1" in
nvimdiff*)
echo nvim
;;
gvimdiff*)
echo gvim
;;
vimdiff*)
echo vim
;;
esac
}
exit_code_trustable () {
true
}
list_tool_variants () {
if test "$TOOL_MODE" = "diff"
then
for prefix in '' g n
do
echo "${prefix}vimdiff"
done
else
for prefix in '' g n
do
for suffix in '' 1 2 3
do
echo "${prefix}vimdiff${suffix}"
done
done
fi
}
################################################################################
## Unit tests (called from scripts inside the "t" folder)
################################################################################
run_unit_tests () {
# Function to make sure that we don't break anything when modifying this
# script.
NUMBER_OF_TEST_CASES=16
TEST_CASE_01="(LOCAL,BASE,REMOTE)/MERGED" # default behaviour
TEST_CASE_02="@LOCAL,REMOTE" # when using vimdiff1
TEST_CASE_03="LOCAL,MERGED,REMOTE" # when using vimdiff2
TEST_CASE_04="MERGED" # when using vimdiff3
TEST_CASE_05="LOCAL/MERGED/REMOTE"
TEST_CASE_06="(LOCAL/REMOTE),MERGED"
TEST_CASE_07="MERGED,(LOCAL/REMOTE)"
TEST_CASE_08="(LOCAL,REMOTE)/MERGED"
TEST_CASE_09="MERGED/(LOCAL,REMOTE)"
TEST_CASE_10="(LOCAL/BASE/REMOTE),MERGED"
TEST_CASE_11="(LOCAL,BASE,REMOTE)/MERGED+BASE,LOCAL+BASE,REMOTE+(LOCAL/BASE/REMOTE),MERGED"
TEST_CASE_12="((LOCAL,REMOTE)/BASE),MERGED"
TEST_CASE_13="((LOCAL,REMOTE)/BASE),((LOCAL/REMOTE),MERGED)"
TEST_CASE_14="BASE,REMOTE+BASE,LOCAL"
TEST_CASE_15=" (( (LOCAL , BASE , REMOTE) / MERGED)) +(BASE) , LOCAL+ BASE , REMOTE+ (((LOCAL / BASE / REMOTE)) , MERGED ) "
TEST_CASE_16="LOCAL,BASE,REMOTE / MERGED + BASE,LOCAL + BASE,REMOTE + (LOCAL / BASE / REMOTE),MERGED"
EXPECTED_CMD_01="-c \"echo | split | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 3b | wincmd j | 4b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_02="-c \"echo | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | 3b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_03="-c \"echo | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | vertical split | 4b | wincmd l | 3b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_04="-c \"echo | 4b | bufdo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_05="-c \"echo | split | 1b | wincmd j | split | 4b | wincmd j | 3b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_06="-c \"echo | vertical split | split | 1b | wincmd j | 3b | wincmd l | 4b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_07="-c \"echo | vertical split | 4b | wincmd l | split | 1b | wincmd j | 3b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_08="-c \"echo | split | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | 3b | wincmd j | 4b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_09="-c \"echo | split | 4b | wincmd j | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | 3b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_10="-c \"echo | vertical split | split | 1b | wincmd j | split | 2b | wincmd j | 3b | wincmd l | 4b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_11="-c \"echo | -tabnew | split | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 3b | wincmd j | 4b | tabnext | -tabnew | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 1b | tabnext | -tabnew | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 3b | tabnext | vertical split | split | 1b | wincmd j | split | 2b | wincmd j | 3b | wincmd l | 4b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_12="-c \"echo | vertical split | split | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | 3b | wincmd j | 2b | wincmd l | 4b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_13="-c \"echo | vertical split | split | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | 3b | wincmd j | 2b | wincmd l | vertical split | split | 1b | wincmd j | 3b | wincmd l | 4b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_14="-c \"echo | -tabnew | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 3b | tabnext | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 1b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_15="-c \"echo | -tabnew | split | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 3b | wincmd j | 4b | tabnext | -tabnew | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 1b | tabnext | -tabnew | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 3b | tabnext | vertical split | split | 1b | wincmd j | split | 2b | wincmd j | 3b | wincmd l | 4b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_CMD_16="-c \"echo | -tabnew | split | vertical split | 1b | wincmd l | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 3b | wincmd j | 4b | tabnext | -tabnew | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 1b | tabnext | -tabnew | vertical split | 2b | wincmd l | 3b | tabnext | vertical split | split | 1b | wincmd j | split | 2b | wincmd j | 3b | wincmd l | 4b | tabdo windo diffthis\" -c \"tabfirst\""
EXPECTED_TARGET_01="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_02="LOCAL"
EXPECTED_TARGET_03="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_04="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_05="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_06="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_07="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_08="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_09="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_10="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_11="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_12="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_13="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_14="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_15="MERGED"
EXPECTED_TARGET_16="MERGED"
at_least_one_ko="false"
for i in $(seq -w 1 99)
do
if test "$i" -gt $NUMBER_OF_TEST_CASES
then
break
fi
gen_cmd "$(eval echo \${TEST_CASE_"$i"})"
if test "$FINAL_CMD" = "$(eval echo \${EXPECTED_CMD_"$i"})" \
&& test "$FINAL_TARGET" = "$(eval echo \${EXPECTED_TARGET_"$i"})"
then
printf "Test Case #%02d: OK\n" "$(echo "$i" | sed 's/^0*//')"
else
printf "Test Case #%02d: KO !!!!\n" "$(echo "$i" | sed 's/^0*//')"
echo " FINAL_CMD : $FINAL_CMD"
echo " FINAL_CMD (expected) : $(eval echo \${EXPECTED_CMD_"$i"})"
echo " FINAL_TARGET : $FINAL_TARGET"
echo " FINAL_TARGET (expected): $(eval echo \${EXPECTED_TARGET_"$i"})"
at_least_one_ko="true"
fi
done
if test "$at_least_one_ko" = "true"
then
return 255
else
return 0
fi
}