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#ifndef REMOTE_H
#define REMOTE_H
#include "cache.h"
#include "parse-options.h"
#include "hashmap.h"
#include "refspec.h"
struct transport_ls_refs_options;
* The API gives access to the configuration related to remotes. It handles
* all three configuration mechanisms historically and currently used by Git,
* and presents the information in a uniform fashion. Note that the code also
* handles plain URLs without any configuration, giving them just the default
* information.
enum {
struct remote {
struct hashmap_entry ent;
/* The user's nickname for the remote */
const char *name;
int origin, configured_in_repo;
const char *foreign_vcs;
/* An array of all of the url_nr URLs configured for the remote */
const char **url;
int url_nr;
int url_alloc;
/* An array of all of the pushurl_nr push URLs configured for the remote */
const char **pushurl;
int pushurl_nr;
int pushurl_alloc;
struct refspec push;
struct refspec fetch;
* The setting for whether to fetch tags (as a separate rule from the
* configured refspecs);
* -1 to never fetch tags
* 0 to auto-follow tags on heuristic (default)
* 1 to always auto-follow tags
* 2 to always fetch tags
int fetch_tags;
int skip_default_update;
int mirror;
int prune;
int prune_tags;
* The configured helper programs to run on the remote side, for
* Git-native protocols.
const char *receivepack;
const char *uploadpack;
/* The proxy to use for curl (http, https, ftp, etc.) URLs. */
char *http_proxy;
/* The method used for authenticating against `http_proxy`. */
char *http_proxy_authmethod;
* struct remotes can be found by name with remote_get().
* remote_get(NULL) will return the default remote, given the current branch
* and configuration.
struct remote *remote_get(const char *name);
struct remote *pushremote_get(const char *name);
int remote_is_configured(struct remote *remote, int in_repo);
typedef int each_remote_fn(struct remote *remote, void *priv);
/* iterate through struct remotes */
int for_each_remote(each_remote_fn fn, void *priv);
int remote_has_url(struct remote *remote, const char *url);
struct ref_push_report {
const char *ref_name;
struct object_id *old_oid;
struct object_id *new_oid;
unsigned int forced_update:1;
struct ref_push_report *next;
struct ref {
struct ref *next;
struct object_id old_oid;
struct object_id new_oid;
struct object_id old_oid_expect; /* used by expect-old */
char *symref;
char *tracking_ref;
unsigned int
/* Need to check if local reflog reaches the remote tip. */
* Store the result of the check enabled by "check_reachable";
* implies the local reflog does not reach the remote tip.
enum {
REF_NOT_MATCHED = 0, /* initial value */
} match_status;
* Order is important here, as we write to FETCH_HEAD
* in numeric order. And the default NOT_FOR_MERGE
* should be 0, so that xcalloc'd structures get it
* by default.
enum fetch_head_status {
} fetch_head_status;
enum {
} status;
char *remote_status;
struct ref_push_report *report;
struct ref *peer_ref; /* when renaming */
char name[FLEX_ARRAY]; /* more */
#define REF_NORMAL (1u << 0)
#define REF_HEADS (1u << 1)
#define REF_TAGS (1u << 2)
struct ref *find_ref_by_name(const struct ref *list, const char *name);
struct ref *alloc_ref(const char *name);
struct ref *copy_ref(const struct ref *ref);
struct ref *copy_ref_list(const struct ref *ref);
void sort_ref_list(struct ref **, int (*cmp)(const void *, const void *));
int count_refspec_match(const char *, struct ref *refs, struct ref **matched_ref);
int ref_compare_name(const void *, const void *);
int check_ref_type(const struct ref *ref, int flags);
* Free a single ref and its peer, or an entire list of refs and their peers,
* respectively.
void free_one_ref(struct ref *ref);
void free_refs(struct ref *ref);
struct oid_array;
struct packet_reader;
struct strvec;
struct string_list;
struct ref **get_remote_heads(struct packet_reader *reader,
struct ref **list, unsigned int flags,
struct oid_array *extra_have,
struct oid_array *shallow_points);
/* Used for protocol v2 in order to retrieve refs from a remote */
struct ref **get_remote_refs(int fd_out, struct packet_reader *reader,
struct ref **list, int for_push,
struct transport_ls_refs_options *transport_options,
const struct string_list *server_options,
int stateless_rpc);
int resolve_remote_symref(struct ref *ref, struct ref *list);
* Remove and free all but the first of any entries in the input list
* that map the same remote reference to the same local reference. If
* there are two entries that map different remote references to the
* same local reference, emit an error message and die. Return a
* pointer to the head of the resulting list.
struct ref *ref_remove_duplicates(struct ref *ref_map);
* Remove all entries in the input list which match any negative refspec in
* the refspec list.
struct ref *apply_negative_refspecs(struct ref *ref_map, struct refspec *rs);
int query_refspecs(struct refspec *rs, struct refspec_item *query);
char *apply_refspecs(struct refspec *rs, const char *name);
int check_push_refs(struct ref *src, struct refspec *rs);
int match_push_refs(struct ref *src, struct ref **dst,
struct refspec *rs, int flags);
void set_ref_status_for_push(struct ref *remote_refs, int send_mirror,
int force_update);
* Given a list of the remote refs and the specification of things to
* fetch, makes a (separate) list of the refs to fetch and the local
* refs to store into. Note that negative refspecs are ignored here, and
* should be handled separately.
* *tail is the pointer to the tail pointer of the list of results
* beforehand, and will be set to the tail pointer of the list of
* results afterward.
* missing_ok is usually false, but when we are adding branch.$name.merge
* it is Ok if the branch is not at the remote anymore.
int get_fetch_map(const struct ref *remote_refs, const struct refspec_item *refspec,
struct ref ***tail, int missing_ok);
struct ref *get_remote_ref(const struct ref *remote_refs, const char *name);
* For the given remote, reads the refspec's src and sets the other fields.
int remote_find_tracking(struct remote *remote, struct refspec_item *refspec);
* struct branch holds the configuration for a branch. It can be looked up with
* branch_get(name) for "refs/heads/{name}", or with branch_get(NULL) for HEAD.
struct branch {
/* The short name of the branch. */
const char *name;
/* The full path for the branch ref. */
const char *refname;
/* The name of the remote listed in the configuration. */
const char *remote_name;
const char *pushremote_name;
/* An array of the "merge" lines in the configuration. */
const char **merge_name;
* An array of the struct refspecs used for the merge lines. That is,
* merge[i]->dst is a local tracking ref which should be merged into this
* branch by default.
struct refspec_item **merge;
/* The number of merge configurations */
int merge_nr;
int merge_alloc;
const char *push_tracking_ref;
struct branch *branch_get(const char *name);
const char *remote_for_branch(struct branch *branch, int *explicit);
const char *pushremote_for_branch(struct branch *branch, int *explicit);
const char *remote_ref_for_branch(struct branch *branch, int for_push);
/* returns true if the given branch has merge configuration given. */
int branch_has_merge_config(struct branch *branch);
int branch_merge_matches(struct branch *, int n, const char *);
* Return the fully-qualified refname of the tracking branch for `branch`.
* I.e., what "branch@{upstream}" would give you. Returns NULL if no
* upstream is defined.
* If `err` is not NULL and no upstream is defined, a more specific error
* message is recorded there (if the function does not return NULL, then
* `err` is not touched).
const char *branch_get_upstream(struct branch *branch, struct strbuf *err);
* Return the tracking branch that corresponds to the ref we would push to
* given a bare `git push` while `branch` is checked out.
* The return value and `err` conventions match those of `branch_get_upstream`.
const char *branch_get_push(struct branch *branch, struct strbuf *err);
/* Flags to match_refs. */
enum match_refs_flags {
MATCH_REFS_ALL = (1 << 0),
MATCH_REFS_PRUNE = (1 << 2),
/* Flags for --ahead-behind option. */
enum ahead_behind_flags {
AHEAD_BEHIND_QUICK = 0, /* just eq/neq reporting */
AHEAD_BEHIND_FULL = 1, /* traditional a/b reporting */
/* Reporting of tracking info */
int stat_tracking_info(struct branch *branch, int *num_ours, int *num_theirs,
const char **upstream_name, int for_push,
enum ahead_behind_flags abf);
int format_tracking_info(struct branch *branch, struct strbuf *sb,
enum ahead_behind_flags abf);
struct ref *get_local_heads(void);
* Find refs from a list which are likely to be pointed to by the given HEAD
* ref. If 'all' is false, returns the most likely ref; otherwise, returns a
* list of all candidate refs. If no match is found (or 'head' is NULL),
* returns NULL. All returns are newly allocated and should be freed.
struct ref *guess_remote_head(const struct ref *head,
const struct ref *refs,
int all);
/* Return refs which no longer exist on remote */
struct ref *get_stale_heads(struct refspec *rs, struct ref *fetch_map);
* Compare-and-swap
#define CAS_OPT_NAME "force-with-lease"
struct push_cas_option {
unsigned use_tracking_for_rest:1;
unsigned use_force_if_includes:1;
struct push_cas {
struct object_id expect;
unsigned use_tracking:1;
char *refname;
} *entry;
int nr;
int alloc;
int parseopt_push_cas_option(const struct option *, const char *arg, int unset);
int is_empty_cas(const struct push_cas_option *);
void apply_push_cas(struct push_cas_option *, struct remote *, struct ref *);