Commit 144e37c6 authored by Jacob Vosmaer's avatar Jacob Vosmaer

Remove Gitlab::Git::Repository#find_all

parent eacce60b
......@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ module Network
opts[:ref] = @commit.id if @filter_ref
@repo.find_commits(opts)
Gitlab::Git::Commit.find_all(@repo.raw_repository, opts)
end
def commits_sort_by_ref
......
......@@ -104,9 +104,68 @@ module Gitlab
[]
end
# Delegate Repository#find_commits
# Returns commits collection
#
# Ex.
# Commit.find_all(
# repo,
# ref: 'master',
# max_count: 10,
# skip: 5,
# order: :date
# )
#
# +options+ is a Hash of optional arguments to git
# :ref is the ref from which to begin (SHA1 or name)
# :contains is the commit contained by the refs from which to begin (SHA1 or name)
# :max_count is the maximum number of commits to fetch
# :skip is the number of commits to skip
# :order is the commits order and allowed value is :none (default), :date,
# :topo, or any combination of them (in an array). Commit ordering types
# are documented here:
# http://www.rubydoc.info/github/libgit2/rugged/Rugged#SORT_NONE-constant)
#
def find_all(repo, options = {})
repo.find_commits(options)
actual_options = options.dup
allowed_options = [:ref, :max_count, :skip, :contains, :order]
actual_options.keep_if do |key|
allowed_options.include?(key)
end
default_options = { skip: 0 }
actual_options = default_options.merge(actual_options)
rugged = repo.rugged
walker = Rugged::Walker.new(rugged)
if actual_options[:ref]
walker.push(rugged.rev_parse_oid(actual_options[:ref]))
elsif actual_options[:contains]
repo.branches_contains(actual_options[:contains]).each do |branch|
walker.push(branch.target_id)
end
else
rugged.references.each("refs/heads/*") do |ref|
walker.push(ref.target_id)
end
end
walker.sorting(rugged_sort_type(actual_options[:order]))
commits = []
offset = actual_options[:skip]
limit = actual_options[:max_count]
walker.each(offset: offset, limit: limit) do |commit|
commits.push(decorate(commit))
end
walker.reset
commits
rescue Rugged::OdbError
[]
end
def decorate(commit, ref = nil)
......@@ -131,6 +190,20 @@ module Gitlab
diff.find_similar!(break_rewrites: break_rewrites)
diff
end
# Returns the `Rugged` sorting type constant for one or more given
# sort types. Valid keys are `:none`, `:topo`, and `:date`, or an array
# containing more than one of them. `:date` uses a combination of date and
# topological sorting to closer mimic git's native ordering.
def rugged_sort_type(sort_type)
@rugged_sort_types ||= {
none: Rugged::SORT_NONE,
topo: Rugged::SORT_TOPO,
date: Rugged::SORT_DATE | Rugged::SORT_TOPO
}
@rugged_sort_types.fetch(sort_type, Rugged::SORT_NONE)
end
end
def initialize(raw_commit, head = nil)
......
......@@ -494,70 +494,6 @@ module Gitlab
end
end
# Returns commits collection
#
# Ex.
# repo.find_commits(
# ref: 'master',
# max_count: 10,
# skip: 5,
# order: :date
# )
#
# +options+ is a Hash of optional arguments to git
# :ref is the ref from which to begin (SHA1 or name)
# :contains is the commit contained by the refs from which to begin (SHA1 or name)
# :max_count is the maximum number of commits to fetch
# :skip is the number of commits to skip
# :order is the commits order and allowed value is :none (default), :date,
# :topo, or any combination of them (in an array). Commit ordering types
# are documented here:
# http://www.rubydoc.info/github/libgit2/rugged/Rugged#SORT_NONE-constant)
#
def find_commits(options = {})
actual_options = options.dup
allowed_options = [:ref, :max_count, :skip, :contains, :order]
actual_options.keep_if do |key|
allowed_options.include?(key)
end
default_options = { skip: 0 }
actual_options = default_options.merge(actual_options)
walker = Rugged::Walker.new(rugged)
if actual_options[:ref]
walker.push(rugged.rev_parse_oid(actual_options[:ref]))
elsif actual_options[:contains]
branches_contains(actual_options[:contains]).each do |branch|
walker.push(branch.target_id)
end
else
rugged.references.each("refs/heads/*") do |ref|
walker.push(ref.target_id)
end
end
sort_type = rugged_sort_type(actual_options[:order])
walker.sorting(sort_type)
commits = []
offset = actual_options[:skip]
limit = actual_options[:max_count]
walker.each(offset: offset, limit: limit) do |commit|
gitlab_commit = Gitlab::Git::Commit.decorate(commit)
commits.push(gitlab_commit)
end
walker.reset
commits
rescue Rugged::OdbError
[]
end
# Returns branch names collection that contains the special commit(SHA1
# or name)
#
......@@ -1228,20 +1164,6 @@ module Gitlab
rescue GRPC::BadStatus => e
raise CommandError.new(e)
end
# Returns the `Rugged` sorting type constant for one or more given
# sort types. Valid keys are `:none`, `:topo`, and `:date`, or an array
# containing more than one of them. `:date` uses a combination of date and
# topological sorting to closer mimic git's native ordering.
def rugged_sort_type(sort_type)
@rugged_sort_types ||= {
none: Rugged::SORT_NONE,
topo: Rugged::SORT_TOPO,
date: Rugged::SORT_DATE | Rugged::SORT_TOPO
}
@rugged_sort_types.fetch(sort_type, Rugged::SORT_NONE)
end
end
end
end
......@@ -244,6 +244,33 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Commit, seed_helper: true do
end
describe '.find_all' do
it 'should return a return a collection of commits' do
commits = described_class.find_all(repository)
expect(commits).not_to be_empty
expect(commits).to all( be_a_kind_of(Gitlab::Git::Commit) )
end
context 'while applying a sort order based on the `order` option' do
it "allows ordering topologically (no parents shown before their children)" do
expect_any_instance_of(Rugged::Walker).to receive(:sorting).with(Rugged::SORT_TOPO)
described_class.find_all(repository, order: :topo)
end
it "allows ordering by date" do
expect_any_instance_of(Rugged::Walker).to receive(:sorting).with(Rugged::SORT_DATE | Rugged::SORT_TOPO)
described_class.find_all(repository, order: :date)
end
it "applies no sorting by default" do
expect_any_instance_of(Rugged::Walker).to receive(:sorting).with(Rugged::SORT_NONE)
described_class.find_all(repository)
end
end
context 'max_count' do
subject do
commits = Gitlab::Git::Commit.find_all(
......
......@@ -1101,35 +1101,6 @@ describe Gitlab::Git::Repository, seed_helper: true do
end
end
describe '#find_commits' do
it 'should return a return a collection of commits' do
commits = repository.find_commits
expect(commits).not_to be_empty
expect(commits).to all( be_a_kind_of(Gitlab::Git::Commit) )
end
context 'while applying a sort order based on the `order` option' do
it "allows ordering topologically (no parents shown before their children)" do
expect_any_instance_of(Rugged::Walker).to receive(:sorting).with(Rugged::SORT_TOPO)
repository.find_commits(order: :topo)
end
it "allows ordering by date" do
expect_any_instance_of(Rugged::Walker).to receive(:sorting).with(Rugged::SORT_DATE | Rugged::SORT_TOPO)
repository.find_commits(order: :date)
end
it "applies no sorting by default" do
expect_any_instance_of(Rugged::Walker).to receive(:sorting).with(Rugged::SORT_NONE)
repository.find_commits
end
end
end
describe '#branches with deleted branch' do
before(:each) do
ref = double()
......
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