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Commit 37eca765 authored by Jacob Vosmaer (GitLab)'s avatar Jacob Vosmaer (GitLab) Committed by Sean McGivern

Remove Repository#lookup and unreachable rugged code

parent 01ad732f
......@@ -280,12 +280,6 @@ module Gitlab
end.map(&:name)
end
def rugged_head
rugged.head
rescue Rugged::ReferenceError
nil
end
def archive_metadata(ref, storage_path, project_path, format = "tar.gz", append_sha:)
ref ||= root_ref
commit = Gitlab::Git::Commit.find(self, ref)
......@@ -515,11 +509,6 @@ module Gitlab
@refs_hash
end
# Lookup for rugged object by oid or ref name
def lookup(oid_or_ref_name)
rugged.rev_parse(oid_or_ref_name)
end
# Returns url for submodule
#
# Ex.
......@@ -916,20 +905,6 @@ module Gitlab
Gitlab::Git::Blob.batch(self, items, blob_size_limit: blob_size_limit)
end
def commit_index(user, branch_name, index, options)
committer = user_to_committer(user)
OperationService.new(user, self).with_branch(branch_name) do
commit_params = options.merge(
tree: index.write_tree(rugged),
author: committer,
committer: committer
)
create_commit(commit_params)
end
end
def fsck
msg, status = gitaly_repository_client.fsck
......@@ -1356,23 +1331,6 @@ module Gitlab
end
end
# We are trying to deprecate this method because it does a lot of work
# but it seems to be used only to look up submodule URL's.
# https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitaly/issues/329
def submodules(ref)
commit = rev_parse_target(ref)
return {} unless commit
begin
content = blob_content(commit, ".gitmodules")
rescue InvalidBlobName
return {}
end
parser = GitmodulesParser.new(content)
fill_submodule_ids(commit, parser.parse)
end
def gitaly_submodule_url_for(ref, path)
# We don't care about the contents so 1 byte is enough. Can't request 0 bytes, 0 means unlimited.
commit_object = gitaly_commit_client.tree_entry(ref, path, 1)
......@@ -1395,68 +1353,6 @@ module Gitlab
Gitlab::Git::HookEnv.all(gl_repository).values_at(*ALLOWED_OBJECT_RELATIVE_DIRECTORIES_VARIABLES).flatten.compact
end
# Get the content of a blob for a given commit. If the blob is a commit
# (for submodules) then return the blob's OID.
def blob_content(commit, blob_name)
blob_entry = tree_entry(commit, blob_name)
unless blob_entry
raise InvalidBlobName.new("Invalid blob name: #{blob_name}")
end
case blob_entry[:type]
when :commit
blob_entry[:oid]
when :tree
raise InvalidBlobName.new("#{blob_name} is a tree, not a blob")
when :blob
rugged.lookup(blob_entry[:oid]).content
end
end
# Fill in the 'id' field of a submodule hash from its values
# as-of +commit+. Return a Hash consisting only of entries
# from the submodule hash for which the 'id' field is filled.
def fill_submodule_ids(commit, submodule_data)
submodule_data.each do |path, data|
id = begin
blob_content(commit, path)
rescue InvalidBlobName
nil
end
data['id'] = id
end
submodule_data.select { |path, data| data['id'] }
end
# Find the entry for +path+ in the tree for +commit+
def tree_entry(commit, path)
pathname = Pathname.new(path)
first = true
tmp_entry = nil
pathname.each_filename do |dir|
if first
tmp_entry = commit.tree[dir]
first = false
elsif tmp_entry.nil?
return nil
else
begin
tmp_entry = rugged.lookup(tmp_entry[:oid])
rescue Rugged::OdbError, Rugged::InvalidError, Rugged::ReferenceError
return nil
end
return nil unless tmp_entry.type == :tree
tmp_entry = tmp_entry[dir]
end
end
tmp_entry
end
# Return the Rugged patches for the diff between +from+ and +to+.
def diff_patches(from, to, options = {}, *paths)
options ||= {}
......@@ -1496,75 +1392,6 @@ module Gitlab
gitaly_repository_client.apply_gitattributes(revision)
end
def rugged_copy_gitattributes(ref)
begin
commit = lookup(ref)
rescue Rugged::ReferenceError
raise InvalidRef.new("Ref #{ref} is invalid")
end
# Create the paths
info_dir_path = File.join(path, 'info')
info_attributes_path = File.join(info_dir_path, 'attributes')
begin
# Retrieve the contents of the blob
gitattributes_content = blob_content(commit, '.gitattributes')
rescue InvalidBlobName
# No .gitattributes found. Should now remove any info/attributes and return
File.delete(info_attributes_path) if File.exist?(info_attributes_path)
return
end
# Create the info directory if needed
Dir.mkdir(info_dir_path) unless File.directory?(info_dir_path)
# Write the contents of the .gitattributes file to info/attributes
# Use binary mode to prevent Rails from converting ASCII-8BIT to UTF-8
File.open(info_attributes_path, "wb") do |file|
file.write(gitattributes_content)
end
end
def rugged_cherry_pick(user:, commit:, branch_name:, message:, start_branch_name:, start_repository:)
OperationService.new(user, self).with_branch(
branch_name,
start_branch_name: start_branch_name,
start_repository: start_repository
) do |start_commit|
Gitlab::Git.check_namespace!(commit, start_repository)
cherry_pick_tree_id = check_cherry_pick_content(commit, start_commit.sha)
raise CreateTreeError unless cherry_pick_tree_id
committer = user_to_committer(user)
create_commit(message: message,
author: {
email: commit.author_email,
name: commit.author_name,
time: commit.authored_date
},
committer: committer,
tree: cherry_pick_tree_id,
parents: [start_commit.sha])
end
end
def check_cherry_pick_content(target_commit, source_sha)
args = [target_commit.sha, source_sha]
args << 1 if target_commit.merge_commit?
cherry_pick_index = rugged.cherrypick_commit(*args)
return false if cherry_pick_index.conflicts?
tree_id = cherry_pick_index.write_tree(rugged)
return false unless diff_exists?(source_sha, tree_id)
tree_id
end
def local_fetch_ref(source_path, source_ref:, target_ref:)
args = %W(fetch --no-tags -f #{source_path} #{source_ref}:#{target_ref})
run_git(args)
......@@ -1634,12 +1461,6 @@ module Gitlab
def sha_from_ref(ref)
rev_parse_target(ref).oid
end
def create_commit(params = {})
params[:message].delete!("\r")
Rugged::Commit.create(rugged, params)
end
end
end
end
......@@ -269,7 +269,7 @@ EOT
before do
# TODO use a Gitaly diff object instead
rugged_commit = Gitlab::GitalyClient::StorageSettings.allow_disk_access do
repository.lookup('5937ac0a7beb003549fc5fd26fc247adbce4a52e')
repository.rugged.rev_parse('5937ac0a7beb003549fc5fd26fc247adbce4a52e')
end
@diffs = rugged_commit.parents[0].diff(rugged_commit).patches
......
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Index, seed_helper: true do
let(:index) { described_class.new(repository) }
before do
index.read_tree(repository.lookup('master').tree)
index.read_tree(lookup('master').tree)
end
around do |example|
......@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Index, seed_helper: true do
entry = index.get(options[:file_path])
expect(entry).not_to be_nil
expect(repository.lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq(options[:content])
expect(lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq(options[:content])
end
end
......@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Index, seed_helper: true do
index.create(options)
entry = index.get(options[:file_path])
expect(repository.lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq(Base64.decode64(options[:content]))
expect(lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq(Base64.decode64(options[:content]))
end
end
......@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Index, seed_helper: true do
index.create(options)
entry = index.get(options[:file_path])
expect(repository.lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq("Hello,\nWorld")
expect(lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq("Hello,\nWorld")
end
end
end
......@@ -135,7 +135,7 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Index, seed_helper: true do
entry = index.get(options[:file_path])
expect(repository.lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq(options[:content])
expect(lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq(options[:content])
end
it 'preserves file mode' do
......@@ -190,7 +190,7 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Index, seed_helper: true do
entry = index.get(options[:file_path])
expect(entry).not_to be_nil
expect(repository.lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq(options[:content])
expect(lookup(entry[:oid]).content).to eq(options[:content])
end
it 'preserves file mode' do
......@@ -232,4 +232,8 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Index, seed_helper: true do
end
end
end
def lookup(revision)
repository.rugged.rev_parse(revision)
end
end
......@@ -321,90 +321,6 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Repository, seed_helper: true do
end
end
context '#submodules' do
around do |example|
# TODO #submodules will be removed, has been migrated to gitaly
Gitlab::GitalyClient::StorageSettings.allow_disk_access do
example.run
end
end
let(:repository) { Gitlab::Git::Repository.new('default', TEST_REPO_PATH, '') }
context 'where repo has submodules' do
let(:submodules) { repository.send(:submodules, 'master') }
let(:submodule) { submodules.first }
it { expect(submodules).to be_kind_of Hash }
it { expect(submodules.empty?).to be_falsey }
it 'should have valid data' do
expect(submodule).to eq([
"six", {
"id" => "409f37c4f05865e4fb208c771485f211a22c4c2d",
"name" => "six",
"url" => "git://github.com/randx/six.git"
}
])
end
it 'should handle nested submodules correctly' do
nested = submodules['nested/six']
expect(nested['name']).to eq('nested/six')
expect(nested['url']).to eq('git://github.com/randx/six.git')
expect(nested['id']).to eq('24fb71c79fcabc63dfd8832b12ee3bf2bf06b196')
end
it 'should handle deeply nested submodules correctly' do
nested = submodules['deeper/nested/six']
expect(nested['name']).to eq('deeper/nested/six')
expect(nested['url']).to eq('git://github.com/randx/six.git')
expect(nested['id']).to eq('24fb71c79fcabc63dfd8832b12ee3bf2bf06b196')
end
it 'should not have an entry for an invalid submodule' do
expect(submodules).not_to have_key('invalid/path')
end
it 'should not have an entry for an uncommited submodule dir' do
submodules = repository.send(:submodules, 'fix-existing-submodule-dir')
expect(submodules).not_to have_key('submodule-existing-dir')
end
it 'should handle tags correctly' do
submodules = repository.send(:submodules, 'v1.2.1')
expect(submodules.first).to eq([
"six", {
"id" => "409f37c4f05865e4fb208c771485f211a22c4c2d",
"name" => "six",
"url" => "git://github.com/randx/six.git"
}
])
end
it 'should not break on invalid syntax' do
allow(repository).to receive(:blob_content).and_return(<<-GITMODULES.strip_heredoc)
[submodule "six"]
path = six
url = git://github.com/randx/six.git
[submodule]
foo = bar
GITMODULES
expect(submodules).to have_key('six')
end
end
context 'where repo doesn\'t have submodules' do
let(:submodules) { repository.send(:submodules, '6d39438') }
it 'should return an empty hash' do
expect(submodules).to be_empty
end
end
end
describe '#commit_count' do
shared_examples 'simple commit counting' do
it { expect(repository.commit_count("master")).to eq(25) }
......
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