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#!/usr/bin/env python
'''get repository information for use in a shell prompt
Take a string, parse any special variables inside, and output the result.
Useful mostly for putting information about the current repository into
a shell prompt.
'''
from __future__ import with_statement
import re
import os
import subprocess
from datetime import datetime, timedelta
from os import path
from mercurial import extensions, commands, cmdutil, help
from mercurial.node import hex, short
# `revrange' has been moved into module `scmutil' since v1.9.
try :
from mercurial import scmutil
revrange = scmutil.revrange
except :
revrange = cmdutil.revrange
CACHE_PATH = ".hg/prompt/cache"
CACHE_TIMEOUT = timedelta(minutes=15)
FILTER_ARG = re.compile(r'\|.+\((.*)\)')
def _cache_remote(repo, kind):
cache = path.join(repo.root, CACHE_PATH, kind)
c_tmp = cache + '.temp'
# This is kind of a hack and I feel a little bit dirty for doing it.
IGNORE = open('NUL:','w') if subprocess.mswindows else open('/dev/null','w')
subprocess.call(['hg', kind, '--quiet'], stdout=file(c_tmp, 'w'), stderr=IGNORE)
os.rename(c_tmp, cache)
return
def _with_groups(groups, out):
out_groups = [groups[0]] + [groups[-1]]
if any(out_groups) and not all(out_groups):
print 'Error parsing prompt string. Mismatched braces?'
out = out.replace('%', '%%')
return ("%s" + out + "%s") % (out_groups[0][:-1] if out_groups[0] else '',
out_groups[1][1:] if out_groups[1] else '')
def _get_filter(name, g):
'''Return the filter with the given name, or None if it was not used.'''
matching_filters = filter(lambda s: s and s.startswith('|%s' % name), g)
if not matching_filters:
return None
# Later filters will override earlier ones, for now.
f = matching_filters[-1]
return f
def _get_filter_arg(f):
if not f:
return None
args = FILTER_ARG.match(f).groups()
if args:
return args[0]
else:
return None
def prompt(ui, repo, fs='', **opts):
'''get repository information for use in a shell prompt
Take a string and output it for use in a shell prompt. You can use
keywords in curly braces::
$ hg prompt "currently on {branch}"
currently on default
You can also use an extended form of any keyword::
{optional text here{keyword}more optional text}
This will expand the inner {keyword} and output it along with the extra
text only if the {keyword} expands successfully. This is useful if you
have a keyword that may not always apply to the current state and you
have some text that you would like to see only if it is appropriate::
$ hg prompt "currently at {bookmark}"
currently at
$ hg prompt "{currently at {bookmark}}"
$ hg bookmark my-bookmark
$ hg prompt "{currently at {bookmark}}"
currently at my-bookmark
See 'hg help prompt-keywords' for a list of available keywords.
'''
def _basename(m):
return _with_groups(m.groups(), path.basename(repo.root)) if repo.root else ''
def _bookmark(m):
try:
book = extensions.find('bookmarks').current(repo)
except AttributeError:
book = getattr(repo, '_bookmarkcurrent', None)
except KeyError:
book = getattr(repo, '_bookmarkcurrent', None)
if book:
cur = repo['.'].node()
if repo._bookmarks[book] == cur:
return _with_groups(m.groups(), book)
else:
return ''
def _branch(m):
g = m.groups()
branch = repo.dirstate.branch()
quiet = _get_filter('quiet', g)
out = branch if (not quiet) or (branch != 'default') else ''
return _with_groups(g, out) if out else ''
def _closed(m):
g = m.groups()
quiet = _get_filter('quiet', g)
p = repo[None].parents()[0]
pn = p.node()
branch = repo.dirstate.branch()
closed = (p.extra().get('close')
and pn in repo.branchheads(branch, closed=True))
out = 'X' if (not quiet) and closed else ''
return _with_groups(g, out) if out else ''
def _count(m):
g = m.groups()
query = [g[1][1:]] if g[1] else ['all()']
return _with_groups(g, str(len(revrange(repo, query))))
def _node(m):
g = m.groups()
parents = repo[None].parents()
p = 0 if '|merge' not in g else 1
p = p if len(parents) > p else None
format = short if '|short' in g else hex
node = format(parents[p].node()) if p is not None else None
return _with_groups(g, str(node)) if node else ''
def _patch(m):
g = m.groups()
try:
extensions.find('mq')
except KeyError:
return ''
q = repo.mq
if _get_filter('quiet', g) and not len(q.series):
return ''
if _get_filter('topindex', g):
if len(q.applied):
out = str(len(q.applied) - 1)
else:
out = ''
elif _get_filter('applied', g):
out = str(len(q.applied))
elif _get_filter('unapplied', g):
out = str(len(q.unapplied(repo)))
elif _get_filter('count', g):
out = str(len(q.series))
else:
out = q.applied[-1].name if q.applied else ''
return _with_groups(g, out) if out else ''
def _patches(m):
g = m.groups()
try:
extensions.find('mq')
except KeyError:
return ''
join_filter = _get_filter('join', g)
join_filter_arg = _get_filter_arg(join_filter)
sep = join_filter_arg if join_filter else ' -> '
patches = repo.mq.series
applied = [p.name for p in repo.mq.applied]
unapplied = filter(lambda p: p not in applied, patches)
if _get_filter('hide_applied', g):
patches = filter(lambda p: p not in applied, patches)
if _get_filter('hide_unapplied', g):
patches = filter(lambda p: p not in unapplied, patches)
if _get_filter('reverse', g):
patches = reversed(patches)
pre_applied_filter = _get_filter('pre_applied', g)
pre_applied_filter_arg = _get_filter_arg(pre_applied_filter)
post_applied_filter = _get_filter('post_applied', g)
post_applied_filter_arg = _get_filter_arg(post_applied_filter)
pre_unapplied_filter = _get_filter('pre_unapplied', g)
pre_unapplied_filter_arg = _get_filter_arg(pre_unapplied_filter)
post_unapplied_filter = _get_filter('post_unapplied', g)
post_unapplied_filter_arg = _get_filter_arg(post_unapplied_filter)
for n, patch in enumerate(patches):
if patch in applied:
if pre_applied_filter:
patches[n] = pre_applied_filter_arg + patches[n]
if post_applied_filter:
patches[n] = patches[n] + post_applied_filter_arg
elif patch in unapplied:
if pre_unapplied_filter:
patches[n] = pre_unapplied_filter_arg + patches[n]
if post_unapplied_filter:
patches[n] = patches[n] + post_unapplied_filter_arg
return _with_groups(g, sep.join(patches)) if patches else ''
def _queue(m):
g = m.groups()
try:
extensions.find('mq')
except KeyError:
return ''
q = repo.mq
out = os.path.basename(q.path)
if out == 'patches' and not os.path.isdir(q.path):
out = ''
elif out.startswith('patches-'):
out = out[8:]
return _with_groups(g, out) if out else ''
def _remote(kind):
def _r(m):
g = m.groups()
cache_dir = path.join(repo.root, CACHE_PATH)
cache = path.join(cache_dir, kind)
if not path.isdir(cache_dir):
os.makedirs(cache_dir)
cache_exists = path.isfile(cache)
cache_time = (datetime.fromtimestamp(os.stat(cache).st_mtime)
if cache_exists else None)
if not cache_exists or cache_time < datetime.now() - CACHE_TIMEOUT:
if not cache_exists:
open(cache, 'w').close()
subprocess.Popen(['hg', 'prompt', '--cache-%s' % kind])
if cache_exists:
with open(cache) as c:
count = len(c.readlines())
if g[1]:
return _with_groups(g, str(count)) if count else ''
else:
return _with_groups(g, '') if count else ''
else:
return ''
return _r
def _rev(m):
g = m.groups()
parents = repo[None].parents()
parent = 0 if '|merge' not in g else 1
parent = parent if len(parents) > parent else None
rev = parents[parent].rev() if parent is not None else -1
return _with_groups(g, str(rev)) if rev >= 0 else ''
def _root(m):
return _with_groups(m.groups(), repo.root) if repo.root else ''
def _status(m):
g = m.groups()
st = repo.status(unknown=True)[:5]
modified = any(st[:4])
unknown = len(st[-1]) > 0
flag = ''
if '|modified' not in g and '|unknown' not in g:
flag = '[modified]' if modified else '[new]' if unknown else ''
else:
if '|modified' in g:
flag += '[modified]' if modified else ''
if '|unknown' in g:
flag += '[untracked]' if unknown else ''
return _with_groups(g, flag) if flag else ''
def _shelf(m):
try:
shelves_path = repo.join('shelves')
if os.path.exists(shelves_path) and os.listdir(shelves_path):
return _with_groups(m.groups(), '[shelved]')
else:
return ''
except KeyError:
return ''
def _tags(m):
g = m.groups()
sep = g[2][1:] if g[2] else ' '
tags = repo[None].tags()
quiet = _get_filter('quiet', g)
if quiet:
tags = filter(lambda tag: tag != 'tip', tags)
return _with_groups(g, sep.join(tags)) if tags else ''
def _task(m):
try:
task = extensions.find('tasks').current(repo)
return _with_groups(m.groups(), task) if task else ''
except KeyError:
return ''
def _tip(m):
g = m.groups()
format = short if '|short' in g else hex
tip = repo[len(repo) - 1]
rev = tip.rev()
tip = format(tip.node()) if '|node' in g else tip.rev()
return _with_groups(g, str(tip)) if rev >= 0 else ''
def _update(m):
if not repo.branchtags():
# We are in an empty repository.
return ''
current_rev = repo[None].parents()[0]
to = repo[repo.branchtags()[current_rev.branch()]]
return _with_groups(m.groups(), '^') if current_rev != to else ''
if opts.get("angle_brackets"):
tag_start = r'\<([^><]*?\<)?'
tag_end = r'(\>[^><]*?)?>'
brackets = '<>'
else:
tag_start = r'\{([^{}]*?\{)?'
tag_end = r'(\}[^{}]*?)?\}'
brackets = '{}'
patterns = {
'bookmark': _bookmark,
'branch(\|quiet)?': _branch,
'closed(\|quiet)?': _closed,
'count(\|[^%s]*?)?' % brackets[-1]: _count,
'node(?:'
'(\|short)'
'|(\|merge)'
')*': _node,
'patch(?:'
'(\|topindex)'
'|(\|applied)'
'|(\|unapplied)'
'|(\|count)'
'|(\|quiet)'
')*': _patch,
'patches(?:' +
'(\|join\([^%s]*?\))' % brackets[-1] +
'|(\|reverse)' +
'|(\|hide_applied)' +
'|(\|hide_unapplied)' +
'|(\|pre_applied\([^%s]*?\))' % brackets[-1] +
'|(\|post_applied\([^%s]*?\))' % brackets[-1] +
'|(\|pre_unapplied\([^%s]*?\))' % brackets[-1] +
'|(\|post_unapplied\([^%s]*?\))' % brackets[-1] +
')*': _patches,
'queue': _queue,
'rev(\|merge)?': _rev,
'root': _root,
'root\|basename': _basename,
'shelf':_shelf,
'status(?:'
'(\|modified)'
'|(\|unknown)'
')*': _status,
'tags(?:' +
'(\|quiet)' +
'|(\|[^%s]*?)' % brackets[-1] +
')*': _tags,
'task': _task,
'tip(?:'
'(\|node)'
'|(\|short)'
')*': _tip,
'update': _update,
'incoming(\|count)?': _remote('incoming'),
'outgoing(\|count)?': _remote('outgoing'),
}
if opts.get("cache_incoming"):
_cache_remote(repo, 'incoming')
if opts.get("cache_outgoing"):
_cache_remote(repo, 'outgoing')
for tag, repl in patterns.items():
fs = re.sub(tag_start + tag + tag_end, repl, fs)
ui.status(fs)
def _pull_with_cache(orig, ui, repo, *args, **opts):
"""Wrap the pull command to delete the incoming cache as well."""
res = orig(ui, repo, *args, **opts)
cache = path.join(repo.root, CACHE_PATH, 'incoming')
if path.isfile(cache):
os.remove(cache)
return res
def _push_with_cache(orig, ui, repo, *args, **opts):
"""Wrap the push command to delete the outgoing cache as well."""
res = orig(ui, repo, *args, **opts)
cache = path.join(repo.root, CACHE_PATH, 'outgoing')
if path.isfile(cache):
os.remove(cache)
return res
def uisetup(ui):
extensions.wrapcommand(commands.table, 'pull', _pull_with_cache)
extensions.wrapcommand(commands.table, 'push', _push_with_cache)
try:
extensions.wrapcommand(extensions.find("fetch").cmdtable, 'fetch', _pull_with_cache)
except KeyError:
pass
cmdtable = {
"prompt":
(prompt, [
('', 'angle-brackets', None, 'use angle brackets (<>) for keywords'),
('', 'cache-incoming', None, 'used internally by hg-prompt'),
('', 'cache-outgoing', None, 'used internally by hg-prompt'),
],
'hg prompt STRING')
}
help.helptable += (
(['prompt-keywords', 'prompt-keywords'], ('Keywords supported by hg-prompt'),
(r'''hg-prompt currently supports a number of keywords.
Some keywords support filters. Filters can be chained when it makes
sense to do so. When in doubt, try it!
bookmark
Display the current bookmark (requires the bookmarks extension).
branch
Display the current branch.
|quiet
Display the current branch only if it is not the default branch.
closed
Display `X` if working on a closed branch (i.e. committing now would reopen
the branch).
count
Display the number of revisions in the given revset (the revset `all()`
will be used if none is given).
See `hg help revsets` for more information.
|REVSET
The revset to count.
incoming
Display nothing, but if the default path contains incoming changesets the
extra text will be expanded.
For example: `{incoming changes{incoming}}` will expand to
`incoming changes` if there are changes, otherwise nothing.
Checking for incoming changesets is an expensive operation, so `hg-prompt`
will cache the results in `.hg/prompt/cache/` and refresh them every 15
minutes.
|count
Display the number of incoming changesets (if greater than 0).
node
Display the (full) changeset hash of the current parent.
|short
Display the hash as the short, 12-character form.
|merge
Display the hash of the changeset you're merging with.
outgoing
Display nothing, but if the current repository contains outgoing
changesets (to default) the extra text will be expanded.
For example: `{outgoing changes{outgoing}}` will expand to
`outgoing changes` if there are changes, otherwise nothing.
Checking for outgoing changesets is an expensive operation, so `hg-prompt`
will cache the results in `.hg/prompt/cache/` and refresh them every 15
minutes.
|count
Display the number of outgoing changesets (if greater than 0).
patch
Display the topmost currently-applied patch (requires the mq
extension).
|count
Display the number of patches in the queue.
|topindex
Display (zero-based) index of the topmost applied patch in the series
list (as displayed by :hg:`qtop -v`), or the empty string if no patch
is applied.
|applied
Display the number of currently applied patches in the queue.
|unapplied
Display the number of currently unapplied patches in the queue.
|quiet
Display a number only if there are any patches in the queue.
patches
Display a list of the current patches in the queue. It will look like
this:
:::console
$ hg prompt '{patches}'
bottom-patch -> middle-patch -> top-patch
|reverse
Display the patches in reverse order (i.e. topmost first).
|hide_applied
Do not display applied patches.
|hide_unapplied
Do not display unapplied patches.
|join(SEP)
Display SEP between each patch, instead of the default ` -> `.
|pre_applied(STRING)
Display STRING immediately before each applied patch. Useful for
adding color codes.
|post_applied(STRING)
Display STRING immediately after each applied patch. Useful for
resetting color codes.
|pre_unapplied(STRING)
Display STRING immediately before each unapplied patch. Useful for
adding color codes.
|post_unapplied(STRING)
Display STRING immediately after each unapplied patch. Useful for
resetting color codes.
queue
Display the name of the current MQ queue.
rev
Display the repository-local changeset number of the current parent.
|merge
Display the repository-local changeset number of the changeset you're
merging with.
root
Display the full path to the root of the current repository, without a
trailing slash.
|basename
Display the directory name of the root of the current repository. For
example, if the repository is in `/home/u/myrepo` then this keyword
would expand to `myrepo`.
status
Display `!` if the repository has any changed/added/removed files,
otherwise `?` if it has any untracked (but not ignored) files, otherwise
nothing.
|modified
Display `!` if the current repository contains files that have been
modified, added, removed, or deleted, otherwise nothing.
|unknown
Display `?` if the current repository contains untracked files,
otherwise nothing.
tags
Display the tags of the current parent, separated by a space.
|quiet
Display the tags of the current parent, excluding the tag "tip".
|SEP
Display the tags of the current parent, separated by `SEP`.
task
Display the current task (requires the tasks extension).
tip
Display the repository-local changeset number of the current tip.
|node
Display the (full) changeset hash of the current tip.
|short
Display a short form of the changeset hash of the current tip (must be
used with the **|node** filter)
update
Display `^` if the current parent is not the tip of the current branch,
otherwise nothing. In effect, this lets you see if running `hg update`
would do something.
''')),
)
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