Commit c3229760 authored by Duana Saskia's avatar Duana Saskia

Refactor ProtectedRefMatcher to be more generic

parent ece6a1ea
......@@ -50,14 +50,20 @@ module ProtectedRef
.map(&:"#{action}_access_levels").flatten
end
# Returns all protected refs that match the given ref name.
# This checks all records from the scope built up so far, and does
# _not_ return a relation.
#
# This method optionally takes in a list of `protected_refs` to search
# through, to avoid calling out to the database.
def matching(ref_name, protected_refs: nil)
ProtectedRefMatcher.matching(self, ref_name, protected_refs: protected_refs)
(protected_refs || self.all).select { |protected_ref| protected_ref.matches?(ref_name) }
end
end
private
def ref_matcher
@ref_matcher ||= ProtectedRefMatcher.new(self)
@ref_matcher ||= RefMatcher.new(self.name)
end
end
class ActiveHookFilter
def initialize(hook)
@hook = hook
@push_events_filter_matcher = RefMatcher.new(@hook.push_events_branch_filter)
end
def matches?(hooks_scope, data)
......@@ -8,31 +9,6 @@ class ActiveHookFilter
return true if @hook.push_events_branch_filter.blank?
branch_name = Gitlab::Git.branch_name(data[:ref])
exact_match?(branch_name) || wildcard_match?(branch_name)
end
private
def exact_match?(branch_name)
@hook.push_events_branch_filter == branch_name
end
def wildcard_match?(branch_name)
return false unless wildcard?
wildcard_regex === branch_name
end
def wildcard_regex
@wildcard_regex ||= begin
name = @hook.push_events_branch_filter.gsub('*', 'STAR_DONT_ESCAPE')
quoted_name = Regexp.quote(name)
regex_string = quoted_name.gsub('STAR_DONT_ESCAPE', '.*?')
/\A#{regex_string}\z/
end
end
def wildcard?
@hook.push_events_branch_filter && @hook.push_events_branch_filter.include?('*')
@push_events_filter_matcher.matches?(branch_name)
end
end
# frozen_string_literal: true
class ProtectedRefMatcher
def initialize(protected_ref)
@protected_ref = protected_ref
end
# Returns all protected refs that match the given ref name.
# This checks all records from the scope built up so far, and does
# _not_ return a relation.
#
# This method optionally takes in a list of `protected_refs` to search
# through, to avoid calling out to the database.
def self.matching(type, ref_name, protected_refs: nil)
(protected_refs || type.all).select { |protected_ref| protected_ref.matches?(ref_name) }
class RefMatcher
def initialize(ref_name_or_pattern)
@ref_name_or_pattern = ref_name_or_pattern
end
# Returns all branches/tags (among the given list of refs [`Gitlab::Git::Branch`])
# that match the current protected ref.
def matching(refs)
refs.select { |ref| @protected_ref.matches?(ref.name) }
refs.select { |ref| matches?(ref.name) }
end
# Checks if the protected ref matches the given ref name.
def matches?(ref_name)
return false if @protected_ref.name.blank?
return false if @ref_name_or_pattern.blank?
exact_match?(ref_name) || wildcard_match?(ref_name)
end
# Checks if this protected ref contains a wildcard
def wildcard?
@protected_ref.name && @protected_ref.name.include?('*')
@ref_name_or_pattern && @ref_name_or_pattern.include?('*')
end
protected
def exact_match?(ref_name)
@protected_ref.name == ref_name
@ref_name_or_pattern == ref_name
end
def wildcard_match?(ref_name)
......@@ -47,7 +37,7 @@ class ProtectedRefMatcher
def wildcard_regex
@wildcard_regex ||= begin
name = @protected_ref.name.gsub('*', 'STAR_DONT_ESCAPE')
name = @ref_name_or_pattern.gsub('*', 'STAR_DONT_ESCAPE')
quoted_name = Regexp.quote(name)
regex_string = quoted_name.gsub('STAR_DONT_ESCAPE', '.*?')
/\A#{regex_string}\z/
......
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