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#!/usr/bin/env fuchsia-vendored-python
# Copyright 2022 The Fuchsia Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""Utilities for working with firmware prebuilts in CIPD.
Firmware is often built out-of-tree in a standalone repo, then uploaded to CIPD
as prebuilt artifacts, then pulled into the Fuchsia tree via jiri manifest.
The exact workflows may differ for various targets, but this script exposes
some common target-agnostic utilities for working with these CIPD packages.
import argparse
import json
import tempfile
import os
import re
import subprocess
import sys
from typing import Dict, Iterable, Optional
_MY_DIR = os.path.dirname(__file__)
_FUCHSIA_ROOT = os.path.normpath(os.path.join(_MY_DIR, "..", "..", ".."))
# For now assume `git` and `repo` live somewhere on $PATH.
_GIT_TOOL = "git"
_REPO_TOOL = "repo"
# `cipd` is available as a prebuilt in the Fuchsia checkout.
_CIPD_TOOL = os.path.join(_FUCHSIA_ROOT, ".jiri_root", "bin", "cipd")
class Git:
"""Wraps operations on a git repo."""
def __init__(self, repo_path: str):
"""Initializes a Git object.
repo_path: path to git repo root.
self.repo_path = repo_path
def git(
command: Iterable[str],
capture_output=True) -> subprocess.CompletedProcess:
"""Calls `git` in this repo.
command: git command to execute.
check: passed to
capture_output: True to capture output, False to let it through to
the calling terminal.
The resulting subprocess.CompletedProcess object.
[_GIT_TOOL, "-C", self.repo_path] + command,
def changelog(self, start: Optional[str], end: str) -> str:
"""Returns the additive changelog between two revisions.
An additive changelog only contains the commits that exist in |end| but
not |start|. If |start| is not a direct ancestor of |end|, there may
also be commits only in |start|, which can be determined by calling this
function again with the commit versions reversed.
start: the starting revision, or None to return the entire history.
end: the ending revision.
A changelog of commits that exist in |end| but not in |start|.
The changelog is formatted as "oneline" descriptions of each commit
separated by newlines.
subprocess.CalledProcessError: failed to read the git log.
log_target = f"{start}..{end}" if start else end
return self.git(["log", "--oneline", log_target]).stdout.strip()
class Repo:
"""Wraps operations on a `repo` checkout."""
# Repo spec is a {path, alias} mapping for when we need to handle
# more complicated repo checkouts.
# If alias is None, it means to use the project name.
Spec = Dict[str, Optional[str]]
def __init__(self, root: str, spec: Optional[Spec] = None):
"""Initializes the Repo object.
root: path to repo root.
spec: a Spec of gits to track, None to track all.
ValueError if there are multiple git projects mapped to the same
name (provide a spec to disambiguate) or if the spec had items
that were not found in the manifest.
# Use the real path so that we can correlate between the root,
# mount path, and relative spec paths.
self.root = os.path.realpath(root)
self.git_repos = self._list_git_repos(spec)
def _list_git_repos(self, spec: Optional[Spec] = None) -> Dict[str, Git]:
"""Returns a {name: Git} mapping of all repos in this checkout."""
# `repo info` gives us the information we need. Output format is:
# ---------------
# Project: <name>
# Mount path: <absolute_path>
# Current revision: <revision>
# Manifest revision: <revision>
# Local Branches: <#> [names]
# ---------------
repo_info =
[_REPO_TOOL, "info", "--local-only"],
matches = re.findall(
r"Project: (.*?)$\s*Mount path: (.*?)$", repo_info.stdout,
gits = {}
used_specs = set()
for name, path in matches:
relative_path = os.path.relpath(path, self.root)
# If a spec was given, only use the gits listed in the spec and
# apply the alias if provided.
if spec:
if relative_path not in spec:
name = spec[relative_path] or name
# Project names are not guaranteed to be unique, make sure that we
# aren't clobbering any other git.
if name in gits:
raise ValueError(
f"Duplicate git '{name}' at {[gits[name], path]}")
gits[name] = Git(path)
# Make sure we used all the provided specs.
if spec:
unused_specs = set(spec.keys()).difference(used_specs)
if unused_specs:
raise ValueError(f"Unused specs: {unused_specs}")
return gits
def get_cipd_version_manifest(package: str,
version_or_path: str) -> Dict[str, str]:
"""Returns the contents of the manifest.json file in a CIPD package.
We accept a version or a local path here because it's useful to produce
a changelist between an existing CIPD package and a not-yet-submitted
package locally *before* uploading it, to double-check we're uploading
the right thing.
package: CIPD package name.
version: CIPD package version or path.
A {name: version} mapping, or empty dict if manifest.json wasn't found.
def read_manifest(path):
with open(path, "r") as file:
return json.load(file)
except FileNotFoundError:
return {}
if os.path.isdir(version_or_path):
return read_manifest(os.path.join(version_or_path, "manifest.json"))
with tempfile.TemporaryDirectory() as temp_dir:
# Download the package so we can read the manifest file.
[_CIPD_TOOL, "ensure", "-root", temp_dir, "-ensure-file", "-"],
input=f"{package} {version_or_path}")
return read_manifest(os.path.join(temp_dir, "manifest.json"))
def changelog(
repo: Repo, package: str, old_version_or_path: str,
new_version_or_path: str) -> str:
"""Generates a changelog between the two versions.
repo: Repo object.
package: CIPD package name.
old_version_or_path: old CIPD version or path.
new_version_or_path: new CIPD version or path.
A changelog formatted for use in a git commit message.
old_manifest = get_cipd_version_manifest(package, old_version_or_path)
new_manifest = get_cipd_version_manifest(package, new_version_or_path)
# The manifests don't necessarily have the exact same items, repos may be
# added or removed over time, make sure we track them all.
all_manifest_repos = set(old_manifest.keys()).union(new_manifest.keys())
# Track diffs as (repo, revision, added, removed) tuples.
diffs = []
for manifest_repo in sorted(all_manifest_repos):
old_revision = old_manifest.get(manifest_repo, None)
new_revision = new_manifest.get(manifest_repo, None)
added, removed = None, None
if new_revision is None:
# If the repo has been removed, we can't get history since it won't
# exist in a ToT checkout.
removed = "[repo has been removed]"
git_repo = repo.git_repos[manifest_repo]
added = git_repo.changelog(old_revision, new_revision)
if old_revision:
# If the old revision wasn't a direct ancestor but was a
# separate branch, there may be some CLs that do not exist now
# in the new revision.
removed = git_repo.changelog(new_revision, old_revision)
diffs.append([manifest_repo, new_revision, added, removed])
# Format the changelog to be suitable for a commit message.
lines = ["-- Changelist --"]
for name, _, added, removed in diffs:
if not (added or removed):
if added:
if removed:
lines.append("[removed commits:]")
if len(lines) == 1:
lines.append("[no changes]")
lines.append("-- Source Revisions --")
for name, revision, _, _ in diffs:
if name in new_manifest:
lines.append(f"{name}: {revision}")
return "\n".join(lines)
def _parse_args() -> argparse.Namespace:
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
subparsers = parser.add_subparsers(dest="action", required=True)
changelog_parser = subparsers.add_parser(
help="Generate a source changelog between two CIPD packages")
changelog_parser.add_argument("repo", help="Path to the repo root")
changelog_parser.add_argument("package", help="The CIPD package name")
"old_version", help="The old CIPD version (ref/tag/ID) or path")
"new_version", help="The new CIPD version (ref/tag/ID) or path")
help="Repo specification file as a JSON {path, alias} mapping. By"
" default all git repos in the manifest are used, but if a spec is"
" provided only the listed git repos are included. Alias is the name"
" to give the git repo in the changelog, or null to use the project"
" name.")
return parser.parse_args()
def main() -> int:
"""Script entry point.
0 on success, non-zero on failure.
args = _parse_args()
if args.action == "changelog":
if args.spec_file:
with open(args.spec_file, "r") as f:
spec = json.load(f)
spec = None
Repo(args.repo, spec=spec), args.package, args.old_version,
return 0
if __name__ == "__main__":